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Programming Submode 4: DESCRIPTOR PROGRAMMING.. 653 SECTION 7 SUMMARY OF KEYPAD FUNCTIONS... 71 User Functions..... 71 Installer Modes.... 72 SECTION 8 CENTRAL STATION REPORTING FORMATS.. 81 General Information.... 81 Standard (3x1 or 4x1).... 81 Extended (3x1 Ext. or 4x1 Ext.).... 82 Partial Extended (3x1 Part. Ext. or 4x1 Part. Ext.)... 82 3x2 or 4x2..... 83 FBII Superfast (4x3x1).... 83 ADEMCO 4x1 Express.... 84 ADEMCO 4x2 Express.... 84 ADEMCO Contact ID.... 85 SECTION 9 TROUBLESHOOTING... 91 SECTION 10 REGULATORY/LIMITATIONS STATEMENTS... 101 SECTION 11 CE LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE... 111
Conventions Used in This Manual
Before you begin using this manual, it is important that you understand the meaning of the following symbols (icons) and text note.
These notes include specific information that must be followed if you are installing this system for a UL Listed application.
These notes include information that you should be aware of before continuing with the installation, and which, if not observed, could result in operational difficulties.
This symbol indicates a critical note that could seriously affect the operation of the system, or could cause damage to the system. Please read each warning carefully. This symbol also alerts the user to the possibility of physical harm if instructions are not followed as written.
These text notes are provided throughout the manual to provide informative information and shortcut tips for the installer.
S E C T I O N
The OMNI624 is a state-of-the-art microprocessor-based control/communicator that provides 2 partitions and supports both hardwire and wireless zones. Programming can be performed through any of the compatible keypads, or the system can be uploaded and downloaded remotely using the Compass Downloader Software. Additionally, the software can be programmed to control remote actions, such as arming, disarming, bypassing, etc. Programming options are stored in an Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM). The EEPROM is nonvolatile, meaning that programmed instructions will not be lost in the event of a loss of power. Features of the OMNI624 include: 128 Event History Log (alarms, troubles, low 2 independent partitions battery, bypasses, central station (CS) test, Up to 24 zones that may be comprised of a openings & closings) and keypad events combination of hardwire and wireless or wireless zones 20 programmable relay outputs (using optional 6 hardwire zones (all fully programmable, XL4705 modules) including keyswitch), expandable to built-in programmable trigger outputs (2 additional hardwire zones using optional plugtriggers if relay module is used) in OMNIEXP8 Expansion module Real-time clock (displays time & date via LCD Hardwire zones can be configured as standard keypad) with reminder when clock needs to be or double-balanced, or can be set for zone set doubling (providing up to 24 hardwire zones if CS test timer by event, time or both (1 hour, 1, zone expander is used) 7, 27, 60, 90 Days) Up to 24 wireless protection zones plus up to 8 Customer control of Chime mode and Pager wireless keys mode Cross-zoning capability Quick Arming, Quick Bypass, and Quick Force 32 User Codes (either 4-digit or 6-digit codes Arming can be used) CS reporting by zone Up to 12 keypads (OMNI-LCD, OMNI-LCD-US, False alarm prevention features: Crossed XK7LC, OMNI-KP, OMNI-KP-US) Zones, Exit Error, Recent Close, Swinger OMNI-LCD, OMNI-KP, and XK7LC keypads Shutdown are not for sale in the USA. Cancel Code & System Stabilization during XK108 keypads may also be used; power-up however, the system can only have XK108 Arming by keyswitch in Away or Stay mode type keypads attached and the system must be set up as having one partition. Keypad Tamper/Lockout with optional CS reporting Keypad programming and remote programming Restore transmission options: After Loop or via PC and modem After Bell 3 emergency keypad conditions (Panic, Fire, & Auxiliary)
PC Board and Keypad Mounting
Mounting the OMNI624 PC Board
NOTE: The door of the metal cabinet may be removed to make it easier to install the control panel. Remove the door as follows: 1. With the cabinet laying on a flat surface, swing open the door to its full-open position. 2. Slide the door out of its retaining slots in the cabinet and store in a safe place. BEFORE MOUNTING PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD, BE CERTAIN THAT APPROPRIATE METAL KNOCKOUTS HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE METAL CABINET. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE THE KNOCKOUTS AFTER CIRCUIT BOARD HAS BEEN INSTALLED. 3. Insert top of circuit board into slots at top of cabinet. Make sure that circuit board rests in slots as indicated in the diagram shown below. 4. Swing base of circuit board onto the raised cabinet tabs. 5. Secure the sides of the PC board to the enclosure using the 2 screws provided.
CABINET ANTENNAS (INSERT IN RIGHT-HAND TERMINALS) DETAIL A SIDE VIEW OF BOARD SUPPORTING SLOTS CIRCUIT BOARD
BOARD SUPPORTING SLOTS
CONTROL CIRCUIT BOARD
SCREW (2) GROUNDING LUG (2) CABINET
DETAIL B SIDE VIEW OF MOUNTING SCREW ANTENNA MOUNT (2 PLACES)
DETAIL C ANTENNA AND GROUNDING LUG INSTALLATION pcb_mount-006-V0
Mounting the RF Expander Module
1. Mount the receiver board on top of the control PC board as shown in the diagram at right. 2. Insert grounding lugs (supplied) into the left-hand terminals of the antenna blocks and secure them to the cabinet with the screws provided. 3. Insert the receiver's antennas through the top of the cabinet into the blocks' right-hand terminals. Tighten screws.
ZR401/ZR402EU/OMNI-RF RF RECEIVER
Mounting the Zone Expander Module
1. Mount the zone expander board onto the control PC board pins where shown in the diagram below. 2. Connect zone wiring as shown on the wiring diagram earlier in this manual.
OMNIEXP 8 HARDWIRE ZONE EXPANDER
Keypad Mounting Instructions
The security system is compatible with the following addressable keypads: LCD (alpha) Keypad: OMNI-LCD, OMNI-LCD-US, and XK7LC Fixed-Word Keypad: OMNI-KP and OMNI-KP-US LED Keypad: XK108 See the Installation Instructions provided with the keypads for mounting procedures.
This system provides the ability to arm and disarm 2 different areas, known as partitions, each as if it had its own control. A partitioned system allows the user to disarm certain areas while leaving other areas armed, or to limit access to certain areas to specific individuals. Each user of the system can be assigned to operate either or both partitions, and can be given a different authority level in each. Users with authority levels of 1 and 2 may view or program users in other partitions, using the [#]  or [#]  commands. Partitions are defined when zone information is programmed (submode 2 Questions 124). Once the enabled zones have been established, the system will read each zone definition and, if the zone is enabled, will use the partition information from each of these zones to enable the systems partitioning. Partitioning must start with partition 1; you cannot have partition 2 without using partition 1. Keypads: Each keypad must be given an address that is unique (from other keypads of the same type) and assigned to one partition (Installer Mode 1, Questions 4445).
XL4705 RELAY MODULE
REFER TO DIP SWITCH ADDRESSING TABLE FOR SETTINGS
CONNECT TO EARTH GROUND
(4) TO AUX POWER TERMINALS (7)
NC Relay 2 C NO NC Relay 3 C NO NC Relay 4 C NO NC Relay 5 C
GND DATA CLK +12V NO NC
* Modules may have to be powered from a separate
12V power source if the total current drawn by the relay modules exceeds the current available from the control panels Auxiliary Power output.
CONNECT TO TRIGGER 4 CONNECT TO TRIGGER 3
USE TWISTED PAIR FOR THESE WIRES
DIP SWITCH 1: In the ON position, inverts Relays 2 and 4, e.g., if wired for normally closed (N.C.), relay will change to normally open (N.O.), and vice versa.
DIP SWITCH ADDRESSING
Trigger Address Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 1620 OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF
DIP SWITCHES SHOWN IN OFF POSITION
XL4705 Current Advisory:
Standby = 16mA Each active relay = 40mA Total current drain with all five relays active = 200mA If a separate power supply is used to power the module, you must connect the power supply ground to the control panel ground terminal.
Summary: A 16-digit phone number to dial for paging by each partition (#58 user function), which the end user or installer can reprogram, is entered in Submode 1, Question 4 (partition 1) and Question 5 (partition 2). The number of times the pager number is dialed is installer-programmable from 13 times. The installer also selects which events may cause a page. Four conditions may be selected: (1) zone alarms, (2) 24-hour zone troubles, (3) openings, and (4) closings. The conditions are programmed in Submode 1, Question 23, Location 1 for partition 1 and Location 2 for partition 2. Each user code may also be enabled/disabled from sending pages on opens and closes. Additionally, paging may be turned on or off for opening and closing. NOTE: Only one event is paged-based on the priority described next.
Section 4. System Configuration Paging Alarms, Troubles, Open, and Close: Alarms will take priority over troubles, troubles take priority over Open, and Open takes priority over Close. For pager opening or closing to occur, the following conditions must exist: The system must not have an alarm or trouble condition. The system must have the open or close enabled (Submode 1, Question 23, L1 for partition 1 and/or L2 for partition 2). The system must have the open/close enable set by using the #8 command (see below). The phone number for the partition must be enabled (Submode 1, Question 04 for partition 1 and Question 5 for partition 2). The page attempts option must be set (Submode 1, Question 13, L3). User Enables and Options: [#] +  + Code + User Number +  This quick command allows a user with an authority level of 1 or 2 to enable users in multiple partitions and also enables a users open/close reporting to the pager number. The  toggles open/close reporting to the pager on and off. #8 Allows the end user to turn on or off open and close pages for his partition. This will not affect alarm and trouble pages if enabled. Also, the installer must have enabled opens and/or closes to page. LCD Displays if open/close pages are on/off. Press [#] to toggle, press  to exit. LED/Fixed Word Toggles if open/closes will send a page. #58 [code] End user function to change the pager number. This mode times out in 10 seconds without saving the phone number if no key is pressed, or exists without saving if the  key is pressed. Entry of the user code is optional. Key functions:  Key Exits mode without saving [#] Key Saves new phone number and blanks digits from last digit entered to end [Code] key Enters a C in the string, which gives an additional 2-second pause. LCD Displays 16-digit phone number. Enter new phone number and press [#] to save, or press  to exit. For LCD pads, press another key after saving the number, and the #8 user pages enable is displayed. LED/Fixed Word ACK sound heard. Enter the phone number using digits 09 and press [#] to save, or press  to exit. Installer Pager Options: Submode 1, Question 23, L4: Contains the pager options and the open/close enable that may be overwritten by the #8 command. Paging Sequence: The paging will not begin until the dialer is off and dialer delay is not active. The system checks if any event needs to be dialed. The pages are dialed 1, 2, or 3 times. If pager attempts are 0, paging is disabled. The pager format is as follows: 45
2) ARM/DISARM LED (ALL KEYPADS)
This LED/display indicates that the system is currently armed (ON) or disarmed (OFF). Fast Blink Alarm mode (alarms have occurred) Slow Blink Unable to communicate with central station
3) STAY LED
This LED/display indicates that the system has been armed in the STAY, STAY/INSTANT, or AUTO/STAY mode. STAY/INSTANT is enabled in programming Question 14, Location 1. The STAY LED indicates the following: ON Stay/AutoStay zones are bypassed OFF Stay/AutoStay zones are normal
4) INSTANT LED
This LED/display indicates that the system has been armed in the INSTANT or STAY/INSTANT mode, meaning that the system is currently armed, all delay zones are instant (no delay time). See programming Question 14, Location 1. ON Delay zones are currently instant OFF Delay zones are normal
5) AC/LOW BATTERY LED
This LED/display indicates the current power status of the panel as follows: ON AC is present OFF No AC, running on battery backup Slow Blink Low-battery condition detected
6) READY LED
This LED/display indicates that the system is ready for arming. The READY LED is common to all BURGLARY ZONES with the following indications: ON System ready to be armed OFF System not ready to be armed
Section 5. System Operation Slow Blink Fast Blink Indicates Installer programming mode Alarm Memory mode
7) SUPER LED
This LED/display indicates the status of supervised devices as follows: Slow Blink Bell supervision Fast Blink Zone tamper
[STAY] BUTTON The [STAY] button arms the system, excluding zones programmed as Stay/AutoStay zones. This provides exterior protection of the premises while allowing full access throughout the interior. The [BYPASS] button is used to temporarily exclude protection to a specific zone(s).
9) [BYPASS] BUTTON 10) [INSTANT] BUTTON
If pressed, the [INSTANT] button allows arming the system in the INSTANT mode; with the [STAY] button, it enables arming the system in the STAY/INSTANT mode. NOTE: INSTANT mode is enabled in Question 14, Location 1.
11) [CODE] BUTTON
The [CODE] button is used to allow entry into the Installer programming mode and permits the entry of user codes.
12) KEYPAD AUXILIARY KEYS
Pressing the auxiliary keys (XK108: two keys labeled P, A, or F at the same time; OMNI-LCD/ OMNI-LCD-US/XK7LC/OMNI-KP/OMNI-KP-US: 1/3, 7/9, /#) initiates a CS transmission, if programmed, of programmed functions (e.g., PANIC, AUXILIARY, or FIRE), and causes annunciation of the keypad sounder and turns on the bell output. The programmed functions are defined in Programming Submode 1, Questions 26 and 27. See Keypad Emergency Conditions in this section for alternate auxiliary keys.
Section 5. System Operation two-digit month of year (01 - 12); e.g., Feb = 02; Oct = 10 two-digit day of month (01-31) two-digit year 00-99; e.g., 1998 = 98; 2000 = 00 One-digit entry that is requested if using the Crystal RTC (enabled in Submode 1, Question 13, Location 2). If the clock is keeping the correct time, enter 1 followed by 00 for the adjust value. If the clock is not keeping the correct time, enter 1 (Adjust up - Clock slow) or 2 (Adjust down - Clock fast). For example, if the clock is showing 5:02 and the actual time is 5:00, enter 2. ADJUST VALUE = The number of seconds to be added to or subtracted from the RTC on a daily basis. Note that the system only displays this prompt if the Crystal RTC has been enabled (Submode 1, Question 13, Location 2). Valid entries are 00 for no change, 129 for seconds to add (per day), or 129 for seconds to subtract (per day). To calculate the amount of change: 1. Determine how far off the clock is (in seconds) from the correct time. For example, under Crystal Adjust above, the example was that the clock was showing 5:02 and the actual time was 5:00. Therefore, the clock is 2 minutes or 120 seconds (2 X 60 = 120) fast. 2. Determine the number of days since the last time the clock was set. For example, assume that it is now May 1 and the clock was last set on April 1. Therefore, it has been 30 days since the last time the clock was set. 3. Divide the number of seconds that the clock is off by the number of days since the last time the clock was set. For example, in the steps above we found that the clock was off by 120 seconds and the number of days since it was last set was 30. Therefore, 120 divided by 30 is 4 seconds as the Adjust Value. 4. Enter the result of step 3 as the adjust value. If the value entered is valid, an acknowledgement is sounded. If the value entered is not within the valid range, an error is sounded. If a user code is not required to set the time, then enter: [#] +  + HOUR + MINUTE + MONTH + DAY + YEAR+ CRYSTAL ADJUST (optional) ADJUSTMENT VALUE (optional) In either case, the LCD keypads display a prompt for each entry. On LED keypads, the sounder beeps after each entry. The system exits this mode either automatically (no keys are pressed), after the last entry (YEAR), or after the  key is pressed. NOTE: The system time clock is used for the system test transmission as well as the auto arming function and log. DISPLAY ZONE DIRECTORY (LCD KEYPAD ONLY): # 4 Pressing [#]  will scroll through the zone number and zone descriptors on the LCD keypad. The keypad will display: DIRECTORY ZN # ZONE # DESCRIPTOR MONTH = DAY = = YEAR CRYSTAL ADJUST =
The system will exit this mode either automatically (no keys pressed), or when the star  key is pressed. DISPLAY DIRECTORY OF QUICK COMMANDS: # 50 (LCD Keypads Only) Pressing [#]   displays the Quick Command Directory on the LCD keypads. 513
Section 6. System Programming INSTALLER MODE 4 (SYSTEM LOG VIEW) The system retains history of the past 128 events (alarms, troubles, openings, closings, bypasses, etc.). Upon entry to the system log view, LCD-based keypads show the events for the entire system, based on the options programmed in Question 17, Locations 13. Additionally, the programmed time and date display options are followed. This means the time may be 24-hour or AM/PM format, and the date may have either the day or month displayed first. When the log is viewed through the quick command, the clear log function is blocked. This mode is available only on LCD keypads. Pressing either the [STAY] or the  key exits this mode. Pressing the [#] key advances to the next valid entry. Pressing the [CODE] key backs up to the previous entry. Pressing the [BYPASS] key clears the system log. LCD keypads display events as: L 001 ALARM ZN APR, 10:38 P1
where: Line 1: event number (L001L128), event display, zone no. (0124), or user no. (0132) Line 2: date, time, partition (14) if a partitioned system Event Displays Event System Troubles System AC Loss System Low Batt Comm. Fail CS Test System Download Phone Fail Special Alarms Keypad & # Keypad 7 & 9 Keypad 1 & 3 Keypad Duress Keypad Tamper Display Lnnn AC Loss Lnnn Batt. Fail Lnnn Comm. Fail Lnnn CS Test Lnnn Downloaded Lnnn Phone Fail Lnnn Keypad & # Lnnn Keypad 7 & 9 Lnnn Keypad 1 & 3 Lnnn Duress Lnnn Key Tamper Event Special Arming Quick Arm Quick Force Arm Stay Key Arm Remote Arm Auto-arm Instant Arms Away Other Events Alarms Troubles Zone Low Battery Zone Supervision Zone Bypass Zone Tamper Opening Closing Display Lnnn Quick Armed Lnnn Forced Arm Lnnn Quick Armed Lnnn Remote Arm Lnnn Auto-armed Lnnn Quick Armed Lnnn Alarm Zn xx Lnnn Troub Zn xx Lnnn Lo Bat Zn xx Lnnn Super Zn xx Lnnn Bypas Zn xx Lnnn Tampr Zn xx Lnnn Opn User xx Lnnn Clo User xx
INSTALLER MODE 5 (SYSTEM DEFAULT) This mode can initiate a system default. The system will then revert to factory-programmed values and go through the reset sequence and the warm-up time sequence. INSTALLER MODE 6 (CLEAR TAMPER FAULTS) This mode clears all tamper displays in all partitions for double balanced and RF zones that have restored, and is an Installer reset function. 67
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide INSTALLER MODE 8 (INSTALLER UNATTENDED DOWNLOAD) For UL installations, Installer Unattended Download may NOT be used. The control panel dials (up to 8 times) the telephone number of the CS Downloading Computer without the need to have the operator present. The CS Downloading computer telephone number (Question 01) and an unattended identification number (Question 02) in the Downloader Software will be programmed into dedicated memory locations. Unattended download requires the following sequence: NOTE: Prior to entering this mode, the PC operator must know the unattended identification number for each panel to be downloaded and modem phone number for the CS Downloading computer. 1. The PC operator must select UNATTENDED DOWNLOAD in the Downloader Software Main Menu. 2. Enter unattended download mode: [CODE] +  + Installer Code + . 3. The system will now enter keypad programming, Question 01. Enter the telephone number of the central station downloading computer (each digit followed by the [#] key; e.g.,  [#]  [#]  [#] etc.) into this question (20 digits max). This phone number should be the same as the CS callback number (Question 03 from keypad programming if the panel is programmed for callback). 4. Press the [INSTANT] key to proceed to Question 02. Next, enter the desired unattended identification number (each digit followed by the [#] key). This will be used by the Compass software in the CS downloading computer to determine the proper account information to download to this subscriber. The unattended identification number must be 12 digits in length. It is the unattended identification number (not the account number) that will be communicated to the Compass software in the CS downloading computer. For unattended identification numbers fewer than 12 digits, you must enter leading 0's to make the number 12 digits long. Example: for unattended identification number 345, enter 0 # 0 # 0 # 0 # 0 # 0 # 0 # 0 # 0 # 3 # 4 # 5 # 5. Press the [STAY] key to exit programming mode. The control panel will now dial the telephone number entered into the callback number. The downloading computer must be placed into the Unattended Communications option from the main menu. Upon connection with the computer, the system will obtain the unattended identification number programmed in step 4 and perform the desired download operation. NOTE: The CS downloading computer must be waiting in the Unattended Communications mode and preprogrammed with the account information in order for the unattended download to be functional.
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide 4 = Zone Descriptor Programming What You See on the LCD Keypad Upon entering the installer keypad programming mode, LCD keypads display: The display shows: Q# = the current question number M1 = the submode number L: = the location within the question DATA: = the current value within that location System: = the submode title Movement Between and Within Questions Random jumps to a specific question: Press the  (star) button followed by the desired 2-digit question number. Example: To jump to question 07, press  +  + Sequential to next question: Press the [INSTANT] button Accept data entry and move to next data location in question: Press [#] Switch Submode: Press  + [BYPASS], then select submode from prompt Data Entry To alter the value in any location, enter the desired digit and press the [#] key. The [#] key must be pressed after the entry of the desired digit. The system will not accept the digit until the pound [#] key is pressed so that if a mistake was made, it can be changed. Numeric values of 09 can be entered by pressing the respective keypad button. Entries of AF require 2 keystrokes as follows: Press the [CODE] button followed by 16 for values AF. VALUE A B C KEYSTROKES CODE 1 CODE 2 CODE 3 VALUE D E F KEYSTROKES CODE 4 CODE 5 CODE 6 Q#: 01 M1 Edit L:01 DATA: 1234 System
Example: To enter an A, press [CODE] followed by . Exit System Program Mode After all programming has been completed, press the [STAY] button to exit the system program mode.
Section 6. System Programming Question Acknowledgment The keypad will beep between keystrokes. In addition, a beep will be generated confirming advancement between question numbers. Four beeps will be generated if an invalid input is entered. Upon entry of an invalid input, you remain at the same question number and location as prior to the input error. To Enter Programming: [CODE] +  + 4- or 6-digit Installer Code +  +submode 14 To Skip a Question:  + 2-digit Question Number To Move Within a Question: Press the [#] until the desired location is reached To Enter Data: single digit: 09, AF + [#] Hexadecimal Entries: A = [CODE]  B = [CODE]  C = [CODE]  D = [CODE]  E = [CODE]  F = [CODE] 
L2 Entry Supervision Restore Tamper Restore RF Low Bat. Restore
Q 11, L3 CS Dialer Attempts This option selects the number of times the communicator will attempt to dial both CS receivers. If CS #2 is not programmed, then this option determines the dialer attempts to CS #1. Enter the number of attempts, 115. NOTE: This is valid for all CS receiver formats. Enter a digit from the table that follows.
L3 Entry Dialer Attempts L3 Entry A B C D E F Dialer Attempts 14 15
For UL installations you must select a value between 5 and 10.
Section 6. System Programming Q 11, L4 Restore Reporting Enter the digit for the type of Restore reports to be sent. Program the actual trouble Restore report code in Submode 2, Question 44, Location 4. Program the actual zone Restore report code in Submode 2, Question 44, Location 2.
L4 Entry C D E F Send AC Restore Send Low Bat. Restore Send Zone Restore Restore Follows Loop
Send Zone Restore & Restore Follows Loop: Normally, zone restores are sent at bell cutoff, when the panel is disarmed, and when the panel is reset. If you select Restore Follows Loop, zone Restore reports will be sent as soon as the zone restores.
QUESTION 12 SYSTEM OPTIONS
This question defines various system-wide options. Q 12, L1 Enter the L1 digit for the desired options from the table that follows.
L1 Entry A B C D E F No Bell if Dial Delay Fast Zones 5/6 DoubleBalanced Zones
No Bell if Dial Delay: If selected, bell sounding will not occur until the dialer is activated (bell is delayed by the same amount of time as the dial delay setting). See Question 19, Location 4 for setting the dial delay (15255 seconds) and Submode 2, Questions 124, Location 4 to enable the dial delay for each zone. Fast Zones 5/6: Sets zones 5 and 6 to fast response (10mS). If set, these zones must be wired as NC loops (cannot be double-balanced zones or part of zone doubling). Double-Balanced Zones: Select if using double-balanced zones. This option allows hardwired zones to be wired such that a tamper will be detected on an open or a shorted loop.
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 12, L2 Enter the digit for the desired options from the table below.
L2 Entry A B C D E F XL4705 Relay Enable RF Receiver Used
4705 Relay Enable: Enables the Relay Module. If used, the systems built-in triggers 3 and 4 will no longer be available as triggers. Instead, they will serve as clock and data lines, respectively, for the relay module. RF Receiver Used: Enables the RF receiver, if used.
Q 12, L3 Enter the digit for the desired options from the table below.
L3 Entry A C D E Euro Pulse Dialing (66:33) TouchTone (DTMF) Dialing U.S. Pulse Dialing (60:40) User Codes 4-Digit 6-Digit Bell/Siren Supervision
Dialing Method: Select the type of dialing desired. User Codes 4/6 digits: The system supports either 4-digit or 6-digit user codes. If this option is selected, the system is set to use 6-digit codes. Existing 4-digit user codes will be automatically changed to include 00 before the existing code (e.g., 1234 becomes 001234). If the system is set to 6-digit codes and is changed to 4-digit codes, the first two digits of existing 6-digit user codes will be automatically deleted (e.g., 123456 becomes 3456).
Section 6. System Programming Bell/Siren Supervision Select this option to comply with NFPA 72 requirements. If selected, the bell/siren will be supervised for an open circuit across the alarm sounder output terminals. If a fault is detected, the keypad will display a bell supervision condition. Q 12, L4 Enter the digit for the desired options from the table below.
L4 Entry Test Interval Reset by Event 9 A B C D E Test Interval by Time Disable Every Hour 1 Day 7 Days 27 Days 60 Days 90 Days 180 Days
Test Interval by Time: Test reports will be sent at the time interval selected. The time of day that the report is sent is defined in Question 22, Locations 14. Test Interval Reset by Event: Test reports will be sent at the time interval selected unless an event that caused a dialer report occurred before the time interval expired. In this case, no test report is sent. This cuts down the communication traffic to the central station.
Must be programmed as 3 for UL installations.
QUESTION 13 OTHER SYSTEM OPTIONS
This question defines other system options. Enter the digits as follows:
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 13, L1 Enter the L1 digit for the desired user options from the table below.
L1 Entry A B C D E F User On-line Users 31, 32 Duress No Code for Door Users User On-line: Allows Quick Command Door Strike 2030 downloading (#9) while on the telephone with the
central station. Users 31, 32 Duress: Allows up to 2 duress codes to be assigned. A duress code must be programmed in Submode 2, Question 37, L1L2. If duress is not selected, then users 31 and 32 may be used as standard user codes. No Code for Door Strike: Allows Quick Command for door strike as #57 only. Door Users 2030: Allows up to 11 codes to be assigned that, when used, will activate the door strike trigger (trigger/relay type 1E). See Programming Submode 1, Questions 42, 43 for programming the trigger types and Questions for programming relay types. If this option is not selected, then users 2030 may be used as standard user codes.
L2 Entry A B C D E F
Door Strikes have not been evaluated for UL installations.
Q 13, L2 Enter the L2 digit for the tamper, RTC, or tone burst options from the table below.
Q 20 ENTRY DELAY 1 Q 21 ENTRY DELAY 2
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide Q 22 TEST REPORT TIME
Hours (00-23) Minutes (00-59)
This question sets the central station test time.
L1/L2: Enter hour 0023 by entering the first digit of the hour (02) in L1 and the second digit (09) of the hour in L2. (00 = 12 midnight) L3/L4: Enter minute 0059 by entering the first digit of the minute (0-5) in L3 and the second digit (09) of the minute in L4. For example, to set a central station test time of 11:35pm, enter 2 in L1 and 3 in L2, then enter 3 in L3 and 5 in L4.
Q 23 PAGER OPTIONS
This question defines the events that will cause reports to be sent to a pager (L1L2) by partition, and enables pager open/close reporting for each partition (L4). Q 23, L1L2 Enter the L1L2 digits as follows:
L1-L2 Entry A B C D E F Zone Alarm Zone Trouble User Open User Close
Zone Alarm/Zone Trouble: Upon an alarm or trouble, a message is sent to the partitions pager number. Only one event is reported at a time. When a zone alarm or trouble occurs, the pager will report the account number, 9 (for the event), and the zone number. User Open/User Close: This enables system-wide open and/or close pager reports. See L4 to enable each partitions open/close pager report. Use the #7 command to enable/disable a particular users open/close pager report. For openings the pager will report the account number, 0 (for the open event), and the user number. For closings the pager will report the account number, 1 (for the close event), and the user number.
Section 6. System Programming Q 23, L4 Pager Enables for Partitions and Follow Me
L4 Entry A B Enable User Page Part. 1 Enable User Page Part. 2 Enable #58 Follow Me Enable User Page Part. 12: If selected, the open
and/or close events selected in L1L2 above will be reported to a pager for users in a particular partition. This setting can be toggled by using the #8 command.
Enable #58 Follow Me: If selected, enables the #58 Quick Command. The #58 Quick command is used to modify the pager telephone number from the keypad.
(exit error - L1, recent close - L2)
L3 and L4 AC LOSS LOW BAT RF JAM KEYPAD 1 & 3 PANIC CS TEST FALSE ALARM
(lockout - L3, cancel - L4)
BELL/SIREN SUPERVISION BYPASS
(bypass - L1, restore - L2)
KEYPAD TAMPER TROUBLE
(fire trouble - L3, zone trouble -L4)
DOWNLOAD EVENT LOG 90% FULL RF SUPERVISION
(supervision - L1, tamper - L2)
WALK TEST EVENT LOG 100% FULL RF SUPERVISION
(low battery - L3, trouble restore - L4)
(must be DD if disable arming is set in Q 14, L3)
* These questions have single-digit report code entries for each location. See Programming Form for details.
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide QUESTION 50 FIRST RF ZONE/FIRST DOUBLED ZONE
First RF Zone First Doubled Zone
This question sets the first RF zone and the first hardwire doubled zone (doubled zone has not been evaluated by UL). Enter digits as follows: L1: Enter the first digit of first RF zone number (wireless zone numbers must start after the last hardwire zone). All zones starting with this number and higher will respond only to inputs from the RF receiver. The RF receiver is enabled in Submode 1, Question 12, L2. L2: Enter the second digit of first RF zone number. L3: Enter the first digit of first doubled zone number (use only zones 01, 03, 05, 07, 09, 11, 13, as first doubled zone). This option doubles the number of hardwired zones from the first zone entered here upward. That is, loop 1 becomes zones 1 and 2, loop 2 becomes zones 3 and 4, etc. Zone doubling must begin on an odd numbered zone only. This can provide up to 12 hardwire zones, or 24 if using an OMNIEXP8 hardwire zone expander. If this is selected, the wireless zones available will be limited to a total of 24 maximum zones. L4: Enter the second digit of first doubled zone number. QUESTIONS 5153 CROSSED ZONES These questions assign up to 2 pairs of cross zones (Questions 51/52) and set the cross zone timing (Question 53) for each pair. Q 51 CROSSED ZONES GROUP 1 Q 52 CROSSED ZONES GROUP 2 Enter the digits as follows: Enter the digits as follows:
L1 L2 L3 L4 L1 L2 L3 L4
Two cross-zone timers are programmable (Question 53, L3 [timer 1] and L4 [timer 2] in Programming Submode 2: Zone Programming) in 15-second increments (15 Sec. to 4 min.) Cross-zone processing only occurs when controlled zones are armed or on 24-hour zones. NOTE: Delay zones should not be programmed as crossed zones. Cross zoning functions in either of 2 ways: If the group contains 2 different zones, when the first zone in the group is tripped, the cross-zone timer loads and starts counting. An alarm will occur if: The other zone in the same group trips before the timer reaches 0. This causes an alarm on the second zone to trip. The first zone to trip will only go into alarm if it is still violated at the time the second zone causes an alarm. or The timer expires and the zone that started the timer is still violated and has not restored during the entire timing cycle. The zone is crossed to itself (e.g., Question 51 is programmed as 0101 Zone 1 crossed to itself) and the zone has tripped 3 times within the timing period (Pulse counter).
Crossed Zones option must be disabled for UL installations.
Section 6. System Programming L1/L2: First and second digit, respectively, of first zone of crossed zone group 1 L3/L4: First and second digit, respectively, of second zone of crossed zone group 1 Example: Locations 1, 2 = 11; Locations 3, 4 = 23. This results in a cross between zones 11 and 23. Q 53 CROSSED ZONES TIME This option sets the time period (number of seconds) in which both zones in a cross zone group must be faulted for an alarm to be sent. The timer begins when either of the zones in a cross zone group is faulted. Enter the digits as follows: N/U N/U
L3 L4 Group 1 Group 2
L3: Enter the cross zone time for group 1. L4: Enter the cross zone time for group 2.
L3/L4 Entry A B C D E F Cross Zone Time (secs.) 225 240
L1 L2 not used L3/L4 Entry 6 7
Cross Zone Time (secs.) 105 120
Programming Submode 3: WIRELESS TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING
Press  + [BYPASS] while in Installer Mode 1, then press  to enter Wireless Programming submode.
3x2 or 4x2
The 3x2 or 4x2 Reporting Format: AAA EZ or AAAA EZ, where: AAAA = Three- or four-digit account number (Submode 1, Questions 0609) E = Single-digit event code; it is the first of the 2 programmable reporting code digits Z = Zone or user identifier; it is the second of the 2 programmable reporting code digits This format is also in Pulse and is an alternative to the Extended format; it also transmits a 2-digit reporting code. Its specific meaning is a 3- or 4-digit account number followed by a 2-digit alarm code. It can be transmitted with parity (1 round of data) or without parity (2 rounds of data). There are 15 possible event codes, each of which can have up to 15 different zone identifiers. It is different from the extended format in the way it transmits. This is illustrated in the examples below: 3x2 w/o PARITY (1st round) (2nd round) (resulting data) Burglary Zone 1 4x2 w/o PARITY (1st round) (2nd round) (resulting data) Burglary Zone 1 3x2 w/PARITY 5 (1st round) (resulting data) Burglary Zone 1 4x2 w/PARITY 1 (1st round) (resulting data) Burglary Zone 1
FBII Superfast (4x3x1)
The FBII Superfast Reporting Format: AAAA AZZ S, where: AAAA = A= ZZ = S= Four-digit account number (Submode 1, Questions 0609) Alarm type; it is the first of the 2 programmable reporting code digits Zone or user identifier; it is the second of the 2 programmable reporting code digits Signal Type; it is the first of the 2 programmable reporting code digits
This format is commonly known as 4x3x1. A total of 9 digits (including the parity digit) are sent in DTMF. It enables reporting of up to 256 (00FF) unique zone or user identifiers instead of the 15 possible identifiers of most other pulse formats. In addition, it transmits at a much greater speed than
OMNI624 Installation and Setup Guide the conventional pulse formats, since it uses DTMF (touch-tones) instead of pulses to transmit the data and it always sends a parity digit. For alarms, openings and closings, the Alarm Type digit will be the same as the Signal Type. This indicates the type of activity or condition that has occurred. However, on bypasses, restores and troubles, the Alarm Type will not be the same as the Signal Type. Instead, the Signal Type will change, indicating the current condition of the zone. NOTE: This is a unique feature of this format that allows more intelligent reporting of the activity occurring in the system. For instance, the following unique messages can be transmitted: Fire Zone 001
OMNI624 / OMNI848
Central Station Communications: Dual central station telephone numbers for each partition (OMNI848) Two CS account numbers (3 or 4 digits) for each partition Pulse or DTMF dialing options Pulse formats include 3x1, 4x1, 4x2, Expanded: Speeds 10, 20, 40PPS with or without parity FBII Superfast, Ademco Express 4x1, and 4x2 formats, Ademco CID format Split and Dual reporting option for each partition Sonalert ringback feature Follow me (domestic dialing), paging, beeps audio formats Power Specifications: Watchdog circuitry insures integrity of microprocessor Total Aux. power: 500mA. regulated Transformer: 16.5V 25VA Alarm Power: 1 Amp Listings: CE, TBR21 and Austel Pending UL Ordering: OMNI-624: Six Zone hybrid control/communicator. 16.5V 25VA transformer, keypads and accessories sold separately OMNI-848: Eight zone hybrid control/ communicator. 16.5V 25VA transformer, keypads and accessories sold separately XL4705 OMNI-KP: Fixed word LCD keypad. Available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese, Hebrew and Portuguese OMNI-LCD: Custom language LCD keypad XK-108: 8 zone LED keypad OMNI-EXP8: Eight zone wired expander (16 zones with our unique zone doubling option) ZR401: 48 zone wireless receiver available in 345Mhz XL4705: Relay expansion module XL4612TC: Trigger cable assembly Telecommand: Telephone Access Module
OMNI624 and OMNI848 offer lightning fast installation solutions and complete customer satisfaction. The OMNI Series delivers unsurpassed power and versatility, they are perfect for any home, apartment or business. Standard features include a built-in telephone line monitor, user codes, event logs, on-board programmable trigger outputs, up to 20 relays and much more. Installers can also take advantage of the unique zone doubling option, which expands with ease and at no extra cost. You can decide which zones to double or when to add on wireless, allowing you the flexibility and comfort you deserve to meet the most demanding installation challenges.
OMNI624 Six zones expandable to 24 zones Six fully programmable wired zones (12 zones with zone doubling option) 14 fully programmable wired zones with our OMNI - EXPHardwired Zone Expander (24 zones with zone doubling option) 24 total zones with wireless 2 partitions 32 user codes with four authorization levels OMNIzones expandable to 48 zones Eight Fully programmable wired zones (16 zones with zone doubling option) 16 fully programmable wired zones with our OMNI - EXPhardwired zone expander (32 zones with zone doubling option) 48 total zones with wireless Built-in telephone line monitor 3 partitions plus a common area 64 User Codes with four authorization level OMNI624 and OMNI848 Operates with Honeywell Security wireless devices Supports eight four-button wireless keys without taking up any zones Zones may be configured as wired, wireless, E.O.L., D.E.O.L., N.O., N.C. or zone doubling Follow Me (Beeps audio format), domestic dialing Paging Four totally programmable trigger outputs on Up to 20 fully programmable relay outputs System Log retains the past 128 Events New selectable SmartLog AUTO ARMING Tamper option by zone
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Control Panel Specifications:
Zones: 6 fully programmable EOL or DEOL supervised wired zones on main board, up to 12 N.C. wired zones with zone doubling option (OMNI624) 8 fully programmable EOL or DEOL supervised wired zones on main board, up to 16 N.C. wired zones with zone doubling option (OMNI848) Expansion through plug in modules OPTIONS: Model OMNIEXP8 (Eight Zone Wired Expander), ZR401 (345 MHz) wireless receiver Zones 5,6 (OMNI624) or Zone 7, 8 (OMNI848) may be programmed as fast zones (10 msec) Zone programming selectable as EOL, DEOL, Zone Doubling, NO, NC Four emergency keypad conditions (Fire, Panic, Personal Emergency, Duress) Versatile Zone Types: Controlled zone types include: instant, exit/entry, interior, day, and keyswitch, with options for fast loop response (zones 5 and 6), restore, chime, bypass and dialer delay by zone 24 Hour Zone Types include: Fire, Burglary, Silent, Trouble, and Medical Programmable central station reporting codes per zone Individual reporting codes for Ambush, Panic, AC Loss, 24 Hour Test, Low Battery, Open/ Close, Trouble, Restore Cross zoning Stay Delay Mode provides an additional 40 seconds of dialer and/or siren delay for special interior zones when armed in the stay mode Arm while a zone is faulted option Restore options: after siren time-out or follows loop Keyswitch option per zone Chime option by zone Inactivity option by partition transmits signal to C.S. if zones have not been activated in a preset time Wireless Operation: Wireless receiver attaches directly to PCB Compatible with Honeywell Security wireless peripherals Fully supervised wireless displays complete zone status, low battery and RF trouble by zone on all keypads Dual diversity antenna System supports eight wireless keys with each button individually programmable. Additionally, each button can activate triggers/relays Wireless remote keyfob transmits Open/Close ID's for each remote Separate RF dings for arming and disarming with remote keys Partitions: 2 partitions (OMNI624) , 3 partitions plus a common partition (OMNI848) Zones, User codes, Keypads, and Remote Keyfobs may be assigned to each partition Extensive cross partition support Separate account and pager numbers for each partition Auto arming by partition Inactivity zones programmable by partition View all partitions from a single keypad Partition descriptor uniquely identifies each partition Multi Partition mode allows secure operation of the system through any keypad by authorized users Arm/disarm all partitions through a single keypad by authorized user Partition Status keypad mode Outputs: Supports up to 20 relays per system (5 per XL4705 external relay module) Relays and triggers can be linked to zones, wireless remote keyfobs, keypad emergency and system conditions Select time duration for momentary conditions User Codes: 32 User Codes(OMNI624), 64 User Codes (OMNI848), with four authorization levels 4 or 6 digit user codes Programmable Open/Close ID's for each user Programmable access to partitions for each user Option to transmit O/C signals by user Ambush/Duress and Door Strike codes Arm/Disarm all partitions through any keypad by authorized users Quick arming, Quick forced arming, Quick bypass options Arm only code Paging option by user Additional Features: Cancel Code feature, with siren verify option Dual entry delay timers Installer Walk Test feature Telephone Line Monitor Real time clock with reminder when time needs to be reset Siren Test option, Smoke Detector reset and verification options Separate alarm cutoff times for BURG and FIRE siren Programmable entry/delay times, and siren lockout feature Intermittent sensor shutdown option AC Based Real Time Clock (50/60hz selectable) Siren Supervision Busy Tone Detection End User Chime selection System stabilization mode prevents false alarms during power-up Recent Close and Exit Error options Keypad Tamper function with optional C.S. transmission Keypad Lockout Option Quick Exit Arm while a zone is faulted Option to display zone status upon entry delay P ro g r a m m a b l e D i a l e r A t t e m p t s programmable between 1-16 LED Extinguish option AC/LB sounder disable option Display bypassed zones during armed state Chime on/off option through keypad Single Key Arming Options by pressing either the "Stay" or "Instant" key on all FBII keypads, or wireless remotes Auto stay option Auto-unbypass option Flexible system test timers (1, 7, 27, 60, 90 days) with options for test by time, event or both. additional one hour test time option for high security applications SmartLog: FBII's unique SmartLog option allows you to choose the events to be stored in memory Panel retains past 128 events 90% or 100% full indication of system log transmitted to C.S. System log viewable locally at LCD keypad or uploaded to Alarm Company Date (DD/MM or MM/DD) and time (24hr. or AM/PM) option End User view option Keypads: Supports up to 8 keypads(OMNI624) or 12 keypads(OMNI848) per system (LED, Fixed word LCD, and custom language programmable LCD) LED keypad displays status of each individual zone, with indications of Alarm, Trouble, Tamper, Stay, Bypass, Instant, Power and Not Ready conditions Fixed word LCD keypad displays status of each zone, with indications of Alarm, Fire, Trouble, Tamper, Bypass, Page, RF Supervision, Canceled, Chime, Phone, Test, AC, Battery, and Not Ready conditions Custom language LCD keypads display complete system status, in 2 line by 16 character Supertwist display for easy viewing All keypads available in many languages. Please contact your nearest distributor for details. Programming/Remote Operations: On-site programming directly through keypads Remote programming through Windows Downloader Security features include special CSID and Installer codes, callback number, default lockout feature and option to inhibit keypad programming On-line and unattended downloading Up/Download remotely even in the presence of fax/answering machines Remote operations can be performed through single or a two call method Remote operations include: arm, disarm, bypass zones, change user codes, read system status, view event log and more
Alarm on/off, garage door open/close, gate open/close, turn lights on/off, panic emergency buttons and much more.
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