GE Security NX-148
The NetworX NX-8 is a full-featured security system that uses advanced technology for burglary, fire and environmental detection. The NX-8 is a flexible security system that is both easy to install and simple to use. With eight partitions and up to 48 zones, the NX-8 can handle big or small residential and commercial security needs.Convenient and Flexible Conduct quick and easy on-site programming with alphanumeric keypads and a menu-driven text interface. Off-site programming is also available ... Read more
Part Numbers: CA-NX848KIT, NX-848-KIT, NX-848KIT, NX848KIT
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Product Data Sheet
The NetworX NX-8 is a full-featured security system that used advanced technology for burglary, fire and environmental detection. The NX-8 is a flexible security system that is both easy to install and simple to use. With eight partitions and up to 48 zones, the NX-8 can handle big or small residential and commercial security needs.
The NX-8 panel comes standard with eight hardwire zone inputs. Four programmable outputs can be set up to activate external devices during an alarm or other system event. The modular design allows for complete integration of multiple systems within one enclosure. Adding more zones or expanding capability is fast and easy.
Expand the NX-8 capabilities by adding the optional NX-216 Zone Expander Module. Modular design allows NetworX modules to slide into the enclosure and adds up to 48 additional zones. Add up to eight outputs with the NX-508E to become the director of lights, home automation and industrial process control with X10 or other power outputs. Expand the system even further with a phone interface/voice module for on-site and off-site system control using any touchtone phone.
Expandable to 48 fully programmable hardwire and/or wireless zones Maximum of 24 keypads with up to 8 per partition Up to 8 true partitions with separate account codes, entry/exit delays, and feature selections for each partition Wireless technology with up to 48 supervised zones Hardwire expansion up to 48 zones Supports SIA and contact ID communication formats
Conduct quick and easy on-site programming with alphanumeric keypads and a menu driven text interface. Off-site programming is also available with the DL-900 software for Windows.
Power Operating 16.5V AC 40VA Auxiliary w/40VA or 50VA transformer 1 Amp Auxiliary w/NX-320E power supply 3 Amps* Loop Resistance For standard loop 300 Maximum For 2-wire smokes 30 Maximum Physical and Environmental Operating temperature 32 to 120F (0 to 49C) LCD keypad dimensions 6.4W x 4.0H x 1.1D LED keypad dimensions 6.4W x 5.3H x 1.0D Keypad material white/ABS Enclosure dimensions 11.25W x 11.25H x 3.5D Enclosure color off white Shipping weight 9 lbs Miscellaneous Alarm current available (if above driver is not used) 2.5 Amps Loop response 500ms
* When using the NX-320E (w/50VA transformer) rated at 2 Amps and NX-8 (w/40VA or 50VA transformer) rated at 1 Amp, the combined available power is 3 Amps.
Available Keypad Styles
LCD with Removable Door
Fixed Display with Removable Door
LED with Removable Door
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AC Fail Low Battery Report/Warning AC Power Low Battery Sounder Alert
Arm / Disarm Codes
The NX-8-CF can have 99 four-digit codes or 66 six-digit codes to arm/disarm the control. All codes must have the same number of digits. The factory default for User #1 is 1234 when using a 4digit code, or 123456 for a 6-digit code. This code can then be used to enter the new arm/disarm codes. If programmed, the NX-8-CF will Auto Arm at a specified time. At this time, the keypad will beep for 50 seconds before the panel arms. If the arming process is stopped by typing a code on the keypad, the NX-8-CF will attempt to arm 45 minutes later. This time will be extended if there is activity in the building. The Auto Arming of a partition can be programmed to be silent. If closing reports are sent, the user code will be 97. For UL Commercial Burg installations, this feature shall be DISABLED.
Auto Cancel / Abort
If enabled, the Cancel and/or Abort features will be automatic (pressing CANCEL button is not required). The Cancel and Abort features, in locations 23 and 40 respectively, must be enabled to permit this Auto feature to work. For proper operation of these features, ADialer Delay@ must be enabled in the ACharacteristic Select@ of locations 110-149 Zone Types. Default OFF. Not for Commercial Fire use. Any delay shall not exceed the maximum UL allowable entry delay.
Automatic Bypass Instant Arming Auto Test
When enabled, the control panel can automatically bypass interior follower zones if an exit is not detected during the exit delay time. Entry delay zones can also be made instant. This feature will cause the panel to call the central station to report a communicator test at a specified interval. Default ON.
23 segments 1 &3 51
The NX-8-CF has four programmable outputs that can be used to activate relays, LED=s, etc. The NX-8-CF will display a "Service Required" message on the keypad when too much current is drawn from any device powered by the system. This condition can be reported to the central station.
45-50 Diagram 37
If any zone is programmed as a Fire Zone, that zone will be a Fire Zone in all partitions. (Example: If zone 2 is a Fire Zone in partition 1, then zone 2 will be a Fire Zone in all partitions.)
Wireless Sensor Missing/Low Battery
Zone Bypassed Sounder Alert Zone Types (Configurations)
111-149, 30-32 DEFAULT 19 ZONE TYPES
PROGRAMMING THE CONTROL
ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE
Action Enters the Program Mode.
Result Prompts for the programming code.
[Go To Program Code] Factory Default is
If the "Go To Program Code" is valid, the LCD screen will prompt for the device address to program. You are now in the Program Mode and ready to select the module.
SELECTING THE MODULE TO PROGRAM
Since all modules connected to the NX-8-CF are programmed through the keypad, the module you are programming should be the first entry. Action
Result Programs the NX-8-CF Commercial Fire Panel is the module number of the control and # is the entry key. Other module entry numbers can be found in their corresponding manuals.
PROGRAMMING A LOCATION
Once the number of the module to be programmed has been entered, the LCD screen will prompt you for a location number. Any location can be accessed by directly entering the desired programming location followed by #. If the location entered is a valid location, the top line of the LCD screen will display the location number on the left and the segment number on the right. The bottom line of the display will show the current data. This data will be displayed and entered according to the type of data used (numerical, binary, or character data). 1. NUMERICAL DATA The top line of the display will show the current location number on the left and the segment number on the right. The data will be displayed on the bottom line. The hex equivalent will be shown in parenthesis. To change the data in the current location, enter the number followed by. The data will be entered and the segment will be incremented by 1. The data for this segment will now be displayed. Continue this process until the last segment is programmed. When the last segment is reached, the keypad will prompt you for the next location. If you wish to exit this location before the last segment is reached, press #. This keypress will not save the changes made to current segment, but will exit the location. Shortcut keys: Previous location. Same location. Next sequential location.
LOCATION 4 - EVENTS REPORTED TO PHONE # 1
(2 segments, feature selection data) Segment = Alarms and Alarm Restores. 2 = Opening and Closings. 3 = Zone Bypass and Bypass Restores. 4 = Zone Trouble and Trouble Restores. 5 = Power Fail, Low Battery, Power Restore, and Low Battery Restore. 6 = Bell Cut, Telephone Line Cut, Bell Cut Restore, Telephone Line Restore. 7 = Test Reports. 8 = Start and End programming. Segment = Zone and Box Tamper and Tamper Restore. 2 = Auxiliary Power Overcurrent, Ground Fault, and Restore for both. 3 = Wireless Sensor Missing and Restore. 4 = Wireless Sensor Low Battery and Restore. 5 = Expander Trouble and Restore. 6 = Fail To Communicate. 7 = Reserved. 8 = Reserved.
LOCATION 5 - PARTITIONS REPORTED TO PHONE #1
(1 segment, feature selection data) Location 5 is used when events to be reported to a phone number are based upon the partition regardless of the event. If this location is used, location 4 should be programmed as "0". Segment 1 1= 2= 3= 4=
Partition #1 Partition #2 Partition #3 Partition #4
5= 6= 7= 8=
Partition #5 Partition #6 Partition #7 Partition #8
LOCATION 6 - PROGRAMMING PHONE #2
(20 segments, numerical data) Phone #2 is programmed in location 6. A "14" indicates the end of the phone number. Delays of four seconds can be programmed at any point in the phone number by programming a "13" in the appropriate segment. If tone dialing is desired, program a "15" in the segment where tone dialing should begin. If the entire number should be tone dialing, program a "15" in the first segment. Program an A11" for a Ar@, and a A12" for a A#@.
LOCATION 7 - ACCOUNT CODE FOR THE PHONE #2
(6 segments of numerical data) The account code sent when Phone #2 is dialed is programmed in location 7. Program a A10" in the segment immediately after the last digit of the account code. If the account code is 6 digits long, program all 6 segments. If this location is left unprogrammed, account code 1 will be used when the second phone number is dialed.
LOCATION 8 - COMMUNICATOR FORMAT FOR PHONE # 2
(1 segment, numerical data) Location 8 contains the communicator format used to transmit to the receiver connected to Phone #2. Consult the instruction manual for your central station receiver to determine which format is compatible If this location contains a "0", Phone #3 will use the same format programmed for Phone #1 in Location 2.
LOCATION 9 - DIAL ATTEMPTS/BACKUP CONTROL FOR PHONE #2
(2 segments, numerical data) Segment 1, Dial attempts Segment 1 of Location 9 is used to enter the number of dial attempts ( 1 to 15 attempts) the communicator will make to Phone #2 before ending the notification process. Factory default is "8" and the communicator will make the same number of attempts as those programmed in location 3.
Segment 2, Phone #2 Backup Control Programming a "0" in Segment 2 of this location will cause the NX-8-CF to make the designated number of attempts to Phone #1 before setting the "Fail To Communicate" condition and stop reporting. Programming a "1" in this segment will cause the NX-8-CF to stop trying to communicate after the designated number of attempts have been made to Phone #2. If a "2" is programmed in this segment, it will cause the NX-8-CF to make the dial attempts in increments of two. The first two attempts will be made to Phone #2, the next two attempts to Phone #1, then repeating until the total number of attempts designated in Segment 1 is completed.
REPORTING EVENTS TO PHONE NUMBER 2
Phone #2 can be used to back up Phone #1 or for a second receiver to multi-report or split report events. Phone #2 has two programming locations that are used to select which events are reported to this phone number. Location 10 is used to select which events are reported to Phone #2, and location 11 is used to select which partitions are reported to Phone #2. If dual or split reporting is not desired, location 10 and location 11 should be left at the factory default of "0". If multi-reporting or split reporting is desired, and the split is based on the event type (such as alarm, open close etc.), location 10 should be used to select only those events that should be reported to Phone #2, and location 11 should be left at the factory default of "0". If dual or split reporting is desired, and the split is based on partition, then location 10 should be programmed as "0", and location 11 should be used to select those partitions that should be reported to the Phone #2. If no events should be reported to Phone #2, both locations should be "0".
LOCATION 37 - SIREN AND SYSTEM SUPERVISION
(5 segments, feature selection data) Location 37 is used to enable various system feature and reporting options. (Refer to GLOSSARY on page 6.) Segment = On if siren sounds for "Telephone Line Cut" when armed. 2 = On if siren sounds for "Telephone Line Cut" when disarmed. 3 = On if siren blast at arming. 4 = On if siren blast at exit expiration. 5 = On if siren blast at closing kissoff. 6 = On if siren sounds during a "Cross Zone" verification time. 7 = On if siren sounds for a Zone or Box Tamper. 8 = On if siren blasts 1 time for keyswitch or wireless arming; 2 times for disarming.
Segment = On if siren driver should be a voltage output. Off if on board siren driver enabled. 2 = On if siren sounds for expander trouble (required for UL installations). 3 = On for Immediate Restore by zone. Off for zones to restore only when siren is off. 4 = Reserved. 5 = On if Battery Missing Test is performed every 12 seconds. 6 = On if Manual Bell Test performed during [r]- test function. 7 = On if Manual Communicator Test performed during [r]-  test function. 8 = On if Box Tamper terminals on the control panel are enabled. Segment = On if Box Tamper report enabled. 2 = On if AC Fail reporting enabled. 3 = On if Low Battery reporting enabled. 4 = On if Aux. Power Overcurrent report enabled. 5 = On if Siren Supervision report enabled. 6 = On if Telephone Line Cut report enabled. 7 = On if Ground Fault Detection report enabled. 8 = On if Expander Trouble reporting enabled. Segment = On if Fail To Communicate report enabled. 2 = On if Log Full report enabled. 3 = On if Autotest report enabled. (Required for UL installations.) Default is on (enabled). 4 = On if Start/End programming report enabled. 5 = Reserved. 6 = On if Sensor Low Battery report enabled. 7 = On if Sensor Missing report enabled. 8 = Reserved. Segment = On enables Lost Clock Service Required message. 2 = On enables NX-870E siren output to activate for FIRE ONLY. Default is off (disabled). 3 = On disables On-Board 8 zones. 4 = On will allow two trips on same cross-zone to activate an alarm. 5 = On will not allow zones that are force armed to report bypass. 6 = On enables Silent Exit option. 7 = Use internal crystal for clock. 8 = Disable Temporal Siren on Fire. NOTE: Use only if UL listed Siren device converts steady voltage to temporal.
LOCATION 42 - GO TO PROGRAM CODE
(6 segments, numerical data) Location 42 contains the "Go To Program Code". This location contains either a 4 or 6digit code. If the 6-digit code option is enabled in Location 41, THIS CODE MUST CONTAIN SIX (6) DIGITS. If this option is not enabled in location 41, the last 2 segments (digits) will be ignored. With the NX-8-CF disarmed, the "Go To Program Code" can be used to enter the Program Mode.
LOCATION 43 - GO TO PROGRAM CODE PARTITION AND AUTHORIZATION
(2 segments, feature selection) The "Go To Program Code" can be used as a standard arm/disarm code. When using the code to arm or disarm, the user ID is 255. (This code may not be changed in the Run Mode.) Segment = Reserved. 2 = On enables "Go To Program Code" as an arm only code. 3 = On enables "Go To Program Code" as an arm only after closing. 4 = On enables "Go To Program Code" as a master arm/disarm code (can change user codes) 5 = On enables "Go To Program Code" as an arm/disarm code. 6 = On enables "Go To Program Code" to bypass zones. 7 = On enables "Go To Program Code" opening and closing reports. 8 = Reserved.
Segment = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #1. 2 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #2. 3 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #3. 4 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #4. 5 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #5. 6 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #6. 7 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #7. 8 = On enables the "Go To Program Code" for Partition #8.
LOCATION 44 - DURESS CODE
(6 segments, numerical data) Location 44 contains the Duress code. This Location contains either 4 or 6 digits. If the 6-digit code option is enabled in Location 41, THIS CODE MUST CONTAIN SIX (6) DIGITS. If the 6-digit option is not enabled in location 41, the last 2 digits will be ignored. If programmed, the duress code will work for all partitions.
LOCATION 49- OUTPUT #3, EVENT AND TIME
(2 segments, numerical data) Segment 1: Use Table 9-2on page 25 to select the event that will activate output 3. Segment 2: Program the timing from 0-255 (minutes or seconds, depending on data programmed in Segment 3, Location 46). Programming a "0" makes the output follow the event.
LOCATION 50- OUTPUT #4, EVENT AND TIME
(2 segments, numerical data) Segment 1: Use Table 9-2 on page 25 to select the event that will activate output 4. Segment 2: Program the timing from 0-255 (minutes or seconds, depending on data programmed in Segment 4, Location 46). Programming a "0" makes the output follow the event. Table 9-2 AUXILIARY OUTPUT EVENT SELECTION DATA 0 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 11 / 12 / 13 / 14 / / 25 EVENT Burglary Alarm Fire Alarm 24 Hour Alarm Trouble Alarm Tamper Alarm Yelping Siren (Burglary) Temporal Siren (Fire) Any Siren Any Bypass AC Fail Low Battery Duress Aux 1 Keypad Zone Aux 2 Keypad Zone Panic Keypad Zone Keypad Tamper Autotest Alarm Memory Entry Exit Entry or Exit Armed State Disarmed State Ready Not Ready Fire DATA 28 / / / 49 / 50 / EVENT Fire Trouble Chime Expander Trouble Dynamic Battery Test Time Open Period Closed Period Reserved Line Seizure Ground Start Fail To Communicate Telephone Line Fault Program Mode Reserved Ground Fault Short Circuit (Over-current) Box Tamper Siren Tamper Any Open Any Short Any Fault (Open/ Short on Non-Fire Zone) Any Alarm Beeping Keypad Code Entry (See note below) Key FOB Function 1 Key FOB Function 2
Events 49 & 50 require NX-408, NX-416, or NX-448 wireless receivers to operate. / If set to follow condition, these events will be 1 second. Notes : When Event 48 is programmed, it is possible to program a user code's authorization to select which output(s) a particular code will activate. (Refer to Assigning User Authority in the NX-148ECF installation manual.)
LOCATION 51 - AUTOTEST CONTROL
(4 segments, numerical data) Segment 1: Program a "1" if the interval is to be in hours; Program a "0" if in days. Add a A2" to suppress the daily test or a A3" to suppress the hourly test if any report has been sent. Segment 2: Program the Autotest interval from 1-255 hours/days. Segment 3: Program the Autotest report hour in 24-hour format (if the interval is in hours, this segment is ignored). Segment 4: Program the Autotest report time, number of minutes after the hour.
LOCATIONS 110 - 149 ARE USED TO CHANGE THE ZONE TYPES (Configurations) AS LISTED IN Table 9-1 ON PAGE 19. THESE LOCATIONS ARE CONSIDERED ADVANCED PROGRAMMING AND SHOULD ONLY BE CHANGED WITH A THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING OF THE OPERATION OF EACH BIT.
FIRE ZONE CHARACTERISTICS ARE PRESET AND CANNOT BE CHANGED IN UL LISTED SYSTEMS. (LOCATIONS 110 149)
LOCATION 110 - ZONE TYPE 1 ALARM EVENT CODE
(1 segment, numerical data) Location 110 contains the event code sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired event code should be chosen from the list on page 45. The zone ID will be that zone that is in alarm.
LOCATION 111 - ZONE TYPE 1 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
(3 segments, feature selection data) Segment 1: 1 = Fire (turn on if this is a fire zone). 2 = 24 hour (turn on for non-fire 24 hour zones). 3 = Keyswitch zone. (normally open switch) 4 = Follower (turn on for burglary zones that are Instant during non-entry times). 5 = Delay 1 zone (follows timer 1 entry and exit times). 6 = Delay 2 zone (follows timer 2 entry and exit times). 7 = Interior (turn on if this zone should Automatically Bypass or Bypass for Stay Arming). 8 = Local only (turn on if this zone should not be reported). Segment 2: 1 = On if Zone Type will beep the keypad for alarm. 2 = On if Zone Type will sound the yelping siren for alarm. 3 = On if Zone Type will sound the temporal siren for alarm. 4 = On if Zone Type will chime. 5 = On if Zone Type can be bypassed. 6 = On if Zone Type is included in the group shunt. 7 = On if Zone Type is force armable. 8 = On if Zone Type is entry guard. Segment 3: 1 = On enables Sprinkler Supervisory 2 = On enables Double End Of Line Tamper zone. (Mainly used for tamper on wireless zones) 3 = On enables Trouble Reporting zone. (Day zone and Fire zones) 4 = On if Zone Type is a Cross Zone. 5 = On enables Dialer Delay zone. (Location 40, page 22) 6 = On if Zone Type will swinger shutdown. (Location 38, page 22) 7 = On enables Restore reporting. 8 = Reserved
LOCATION 112 - ZONE TYPE 2 ALARM EVENT CODE
(1 segment, numerical data) Location 112 contains the event code sent for a Contact ID or SIA report. The desired event code should be chosen from the list on page 45. The zone ID will be that zone that is in alarm.
LOCATION 113 - ZONE TYPE 2 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
(3 segments, feature selection data) Use "Zone Type Characteristic Selections" described in Location 111.
LOC PG DESCRIPTION DEFAULT DATA PARTITION 7, ACCOUNT CODE 10-10-10-10-10-10 ______ PARTITION 7, FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTION Segment #1 Segment #2 Segment #= LED Extinguish enable 1 = Open/Close 1 =Quick Arm 2 = Bypass 2 = Re-Exit 2 = Require user code for 3 = Restore 3 = Auto Bypass bypassing zones 4 = Trouble 4 = Silent Panic 3 = Bypass sounder alert 5 = Tamper 5 = Audible Panic 4 = AC Power/Low Battery 6 = Cancel 6 = Auxiliary 1 sounder alert 7 = Recent Closing 7 = Auxiliary = Enable Bypass toggle 8 = Exit Error 8 = Multi Keypress Tamper 6 = Enable Silent Auto Arm 7 = Enable Automatic Instant 8 = Reserved PARTITION 7 ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS Segment #1 (Entry Time #1) 0 ___ Segment #2 (Exit Time #1) 0 ___ Segment #3 (Entry Time #2) 0 ___ Segment #4 (Exit Time #2) 0 ___ PARTITION 8, ACCOUNT CODE 10-10-10-10-10-10 ______ PARTITION 8, FEATURE AND REPORTING SELECTION Segment #1 Segment #2 Segment #= LED Extinguish enable 1 = Open/Close 1 =Quick Arm 2 = Bypass 2 = Re-Exit 2 = Require user code for 3 = Restore 3 = Auto Bypass bypassing zones 4 = Trouble 4 = Silent Panic 3 = Bypass sounder alert 5 = Tamper 5 = Audible Panic 4 = AC Power/Low Battery 6 = Cancel 6 = Auxiliary 1 sounder alert 7 = Recent Closing 7 = Auxiliary = Enable Bypass toggle 8 = Exit Error 8 = Multi Keypress Tamper 6 = Enable Silent Auto Arm 7 = Enable Automatic Instant 8 = Reserved PARTITION 8 ENTRY/EXIT TIMERS Segment #1 (Entry Time #1) 0 ___ Segment #2 (Exit Time #1) 0 ___ Segment #3 (Entry Time #2) 0 ___ Segment #4 (Exit Time #2) 0 ___ ZONE TYPE 1 ALARM EVENT CODE 8 ___ ZONE TYPE 1 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT Segment #= Fire (enable for fire zone) 2 = 24 Hour (enable for non-fire 24 hour zone) 3 = Keyswitch zone 4 = Follower (enable for burg zones that are instant during non-entry times) 5 = Delay 1 zone (enable to follow Timer 1 Entry/Exit times) 6 = Delay 2 zone (enable to follow Timer 2 Entry / Exit times) 7 = Interior (Enable for auto bypass or stay arming) 8 = Local Only (enable if zone is not to be reported) Segment #= Keypad audible on alarm 2 = Yelping siren on alarm 3 = Temporal siren on alarm 4 = Chime 5 = Bypassable 6 = Group Shunt 7 = Force armable 8 = Entry Guard
DESCRIPTION Segment #= Sprinkler Supervisory 2 = Double End of Line Tamper zone 3 = Trouble zone (Day zone) 4 = Cross Zone 5 = Dialer Delay zone 6 = Swinger zone 7 = Restore reporting 8 = Reserved ZONE TYPE 2 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 2 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 3 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 3 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 4 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 4 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 5 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 5 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 6 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 6 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 7 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 7 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 8 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 8 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 9 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 9 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 10 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 10 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 11 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 11 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 12 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 12 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 13 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 13 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 14 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 14 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 15 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 15 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 16 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 16 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 17 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 17 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 18 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 18 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 19 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 19 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT ZONE TYPE 20 ALARM EVENT CODE ZONE TYPE 20 CHARACTERISTIC SELECT
2 2-125-5-1245-45-125-457-125-0-1245-2-0-1-13-6-1245-24-5-3-0-457-125-0-12458-5-12456-457-1256-5678 Not Used 2-15-5-1245-457-125-0-1245-6-1245-25678
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11. APPENDIX 1
REPORTING FIXED CODES IN CONTACT ID AND SIA This table lists the event codes sent for the following reports (if enabled) when using CONTACT ID or SIA formats. REPORT CONTACT ID 570 SIA RX RP RY OP CL OC RS LB LX GF GK CR EE JL RT ET ER LT LR YA YH YP YQ YT YR AT AR TA TR TA PA HA HA FA MA *T *R XT XR SS SR *T *R TA TR *B *U
MANUAL TEST AUTOTEST AUTOTEST OFF NORMAL OPEN (user number) CLOSE (user number) CANCEL (user number) DOWNLOAD COMPLETE START PROGRAM END PROGRAM GROUND FAULT GROUND FAULT RESTORE RECENT CLOSE (user number) EXIT ERROR (user number) EVENT LOG FULL FAIL TO COMMUNICATE EXPANDER TROUBLE (device number) EXPANDER RESTORE (device number) TELEPHONE FAULT TELEPHONE RESTORE SIREN TAMPER (device number) SIREN RESTORE (device number) AUX POWER OVER CURRENT (device number) AUX POWER RESTORE (device number) LOW BATTERY (device number) LOW BATTERY RESTORE (device number) AC FAIL (device number) AC RESTORE (device number) BOX TAMPER (device number) BOX TAMPER RESTORE (device number) KEYPAD TAMPER KEYPAD PANIC (audible) KEYPAD PANIC (silent) DURESS KEYPAD AUXILIARY 1 KEYPAD AUXILIARY 2 RF SENSOR LOST (zone number) RF SENSOR RESTORE (zone number) SENSOR LOW BATTERY (zone number) SENSOR BATTERY RESTORE (zone number) ZONE SPRINKLER SUPERVISORY ZONE SPRINKLER SUPERVISORY RESTORE ZONE TROUBLE (zone number) ZONE TROUBLE RESTORE (zone number) ZONE TAMPER (zone number) ZONE TAMPER RESTORE (zone number) ZONE BYPASS (zone number) BYPASS RESTORE (zone number)
THE NUMBER IN PARENTHESES FOLLOWING THE EVENT IS THE NUMBER THAT WILL BE REPORTED AS THE ZONE NUMBER. IF THERE ARE NO PARENTHESES, THE ZONE WILL BE A0". REFER TO APPENDIX 3 FOR THE DEVICE NUMBERS. * The character transmitted in this slot will be the first character from the event code of the zone that is bypassed or in trouble. (Locations 110 - 141)
OUTPUT MODULE (NX-508E) Address & Dip Switch Setting 24 (Switch 1 & 2 on) 25 (Switch 3 on) 26 (Switch 1 & 3 on) 27 (Switch 2 & 3 on) 28 (Switch 1,2,&3 on) 29 (All switches off) 30 (Switch 1 on) 31 (Switch 2 on)
WIRELESS RECEIVER (NX448-E) Switch Setting All switches off Switch 1 on Switch 2 on Switches 1 & 2 on Switch 3 on Switches 1 & 3 on Switches 2 & 3 on Switch 1, 2 & 3 on Expander # reported 33 34
REMOTE POWER SUPPLY (NX-320E) Address & Dip Switch Setting (All switches off) (Switch 1 on) (Switch 2 on) (Switch 1 & 2 on) (Switch 3 on) (Switch 1 & 3 on) (Switch 2 & 3 on) (Switches 1, 2, & 3 on)
14. BOARD INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
Inside the can, several 2-holed insertion points have been constructed. This allows for either vertical or horizontal placement of the modules. Notice that each insertion point has two sizes of holes B a larger hole and a smaller hole. Diagram 1: The black plastic PCB guides are grooved on one edge where the PC board will be seated. The end with the half-moon protrusion fits into the larger hole. The smaller hole is for the screw. Diagram 2: Place the first black plastic PCB guide in the top insertion point, grooved edge downward. The half-moon protrusion will be in the large hole. It does not require force. Insert one of the provided screw into the smaller hole (from inside the can) to secure it in place. A screwdriver should reach through the notch that runs the length of the guide to tighten the screw. The second PBC guide should be positioned opposite the first (grooved edge up) and placed in the lower insertion point, using the same procedures described above. Once mounted, screw it in securely. Diagram 3: The PC Board should slide freely in the grooves of both guides.
1. If separate power supplies are necessary to accommodate additional devices, safety standards require that each power supply be prominently marked with adequate instructions for removing all power from the unit.
2. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions and/or local government authorities.
3. Installation personnel should thoroughly read and understand the installation instructions and the users manuals for the panel and all the accessories to be included with the system before attempting to install a security system.
WARNING! Replace with Yuasa #NP18-12 or Power Sonic #PS-12180 or equivalent battery. Observe polarity when installing a new battery. Installing the battery backwards may cause damage to the panel. There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type. NOTE Electrical codes will vary depending upon the country and city where the system is installed. It is the installers responsibility to ensure that the electrical installation is safe and conforms to all applicable codes, laws, or regulations. Only qualified persons should connect this device to the mains supply.
15. BATTERY CALCULATION WORKSHEET
Note: The Total Standby or Total Alarm Current cannot exceed 1.2 Amps. Current for the smoke loop must be deducted from the overall available 1.2 Amps.
TOTAL STANDBY CURRENT
System Component NX-8-CF NX-870E NX-148E-CF NX-208E Aux+ NX-208E DCIN NX-216E NX-320E NX-507E NX-1700E NX-2192E OTHER (sensors, etc.) Qty X X X X X X X X X X Standby Current 60mA 20mA 75mA 13mA 31mA 30mA 10mA 10mA 40mA 170mA = = = = = = = = = = TOTAL STANDBY CURRENT 60mA 20mA
TOTAL TOTAL ALARM CURRENT
System Component NX-8-CF NX-870E NX-148E-CF NX-208E Aux+ NX-208E DCIN NX-216E NX-320E NX-507E NX-1700E NX-2192E OTHER (sensors, etc.) Qty X X X X X X X X X X Device Alarm Current 210mA 110mA 110mA 53mA 31mA 60mA 10mA 310mA 110mA 170mA TOTAL
Should not exceed 1.2 Amps each
= = = = = = = = = = =
TOTAL ALARM CURRENT 210mA 110mA
STANDBY AMP HOURS mA
Total Standby Current (Step 1) X
Conversion Factor X
Required Hours in Standby =
Standby Amp Hours
ALARM HOURS mA
Total Alarm Current (Step 2) X
Required Minutes in Alarm X
Conversion Factor =
MINIMUM BATTERY POWER REQUIRED mA
Standby Amp hours (Step 3) + Alarm Amp Hours (Step 4) =
Minimum Battery Power Required
TOTAL STANDBY BATTERY POWER 1.15
Minimum Battery Power (Step 5)
Battery Derating Factor
Total Standby Battery Power
16. WIRING DIAGRAM
17. TERMINAL DESCRIPTION
TERMINAL R1 R T T1 EARTH AC BELL + & BELL DESCRIPTION House Telephone Ring (Gray). Telephone Ring (Red). Telephone Tip (Green). House Telephone Tip (Brown). Earth Ground. Connect to a cold water pipe or a 6 to 10 foot driven rod. AC input. Connect to a 16.5V 50 VA Class ll U.L. approved transformer. If used as a siren output (default), the speaker rating should be 15 watt at 8 or 16 ohm, or 30/40 watt at 4, 8, or 16 ohms. If voltage output is selected in location 37, this output becomes voltage output, 12VDC, 600mA maximum load. NOTE: A 3.3K resistor may be required across the bell terminals when a 12 VDC siren is used. If no resistor is used, you may experience voltage leakage into the siren, which will cause these devices to output a small signal. Connect to the data terminal on the keypads and the expanders. Maximum number of devices (keypads + expanders) is 32. See AMaximum Wire Run@ chart below. Connect to the Common terminal on the keypads and the expanders. Connect to the POS terminal on the keypads and the expanders. This terminal and AUX PWR + are limited to 400mA total current when added together. Smoke detector power 12VDC, 400mA maximum (For those jurisdictions which allow the Priority zone to be used with smoke detectors.) Connect negative wire of powered devices such as motion detectors and smoke detectors. Connect positive wire of all powered devices except smoke detectors and keypads. This terminal and KP POS are limited to 400mAtotal current when added together. Connect to one side of zone 8 loop. Connect the other side to com terminal. Open or short causes alarm. Zone 8 may be used for a two wire smoke detector using a 680 E.O.L. resistor. W3 must be set for two-wire smoke detector loop. For normal zone operation, W4 must be set. Common (-) terminal for zones 7 & 8. (See the wiring diagram for examples.) Connect to one side of zone 7 loop. Connect the other side to COM terminal. Open or short causes alarm. Connect as described for zones 7 & 8. Only zone 8 can be a two-wire zone. (See the wiring diagram for examples.) Refer to Relay 1 shown below. Normally open dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 Volts. Common dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 VDC. Normally closed dry contact rated 1 Amp at 30 Volts. Connect negative lead of low current device [relay, LED (install 1k resistor in series with LED), etc.]. Connect positive lead of device to AUX PWR +. Current is limited to 25mA when output is negative.
IMPORTANCE OF THE RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of this device is 0.1B. This number is a representation of the electrical load that it applies to your telephone line.
MALFUNCTION OF THE EQUIPMENT In the event that the device should fail to operate properly, the customer shall disconnect the equipment from the telephone line to determine if it is the customers equipment that is not functioning properly. If the problem is with the device, the customer shall discontinue use until it is repaired.
EQUIPMENT INFORMATION MANUFACTURER OF CONNECTING EQUIPMENT: CADDX CONTROLS, INC. FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER: GCQUSA-31771-AL-T, RINGER EQUIVALENCE: 0.1 B
19. UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES INFORMATION
The NetworX NX-8-CF control panel holds the following listings from Underwriters Laboratories: (UL864) (UL1023) (UL609) Control Units for Fire-Protective Signaling Systems Household Burglar-Alarm System Units (UL1610) (UL1637) Grade B & C Central Station Burglar Alarm Unit Home Health Care Signaling
Local Grade A Mercantile, Police Station Connect With Basic Line Security (requires #NX-003-C enclosure) Type Service A, M, SS, WF A, M, SS, WF A, M, SS, WF Type Signaling NC NC NC Model NX-8-CF NX-8-CF NX-8-CF
Type L RS CS (protected premise unit)
Section I - All UL installations require the following:
! At least one NetworX NX-8-CF control panel ! At least one compatible keypad ! At least one bell fixture is required for all applications, except Grade C Central Station. For Grade A Local, the AD10-12 bell and Grade A bell housing shall be used. ! Initiating and indicating devices must be rated at 11.5 to 12.4 V DC residential, 12.0 V DC commercial. ! The Siren/Bell Test shall be enabled ! The Entry-Guard feature shall be disabled. ! Swinger Shutdown shall be disabled. ! Group Bypassing shall be disabled. ! Delay before dial seizure shall be set to "0". ! Total current draw from aux power connections at terminal positions POS, AUX PWR, and SMOKE PWR must not exceed 400 mA. ! The keyswitch option shall not be used. ! The telephone line monitor shall be enabled. ! The telephone line cut delay shall not exceed 200 seconds maximum. ! 24-hour communicator test transmission is required. ! For 24 hours of standby power using a 7.0 AH battery, limit auxiliary power load to 140 mA. ! For 24 hours of standby power using a 17.2 AH battery, limit auxiliary power load to 400 mA; Limit bell load to 600mA. ! For 60 hours of standby power using two (2) 17.0 AH batteries in parallel, limit auxiliary power load to 400mA; Limit bell load to 600mA. ! The silent keypad option shall not be enabled. ! UL has only verified compatibility with the following listed DACRs and formats: Sure-Gard SG-MLR2-DG: 2,9,10,12,13,14; Silent Knight 9000 - 2,12; FBI - CP220FBI, 13; and Ademco 685: 2,11,12, and 13. ! Expander trouble must activate the siren (Loc 37, Segment 2, LED 2) ! Use type FPL, FPLR, or FPLR cables as required by Article 760 of the National Electrical Code.
The NetworX NX-8 is a full-featured security system that uses advanced technology for burglary, fire and environmental detection. The NX-8 is a flexible security system that is both easy to install and simple to use. With eight partitions and up to 48 zones, the NX-8 can handle big or small residential and commercial security needs.Convenient and Flexible Conduct quick and easy on-site programming with alphanumeric keypads and a menu-driven text interface. Off-site programming is also available with the DL-900 software for Windows. Outstanding Features The NX-8 panel comes standard with eight hardwire zone inputs. Four programmable outputs can be set up to activate external devices during an alarm or other system event. The modular design allows for complete integration of multiple systems within one enclosure. Adding more zones or expanding capability is fast and easy.
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