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System Programming Guide 1728: V2.4 1738: V2.4

Default Installer Code

0000 / 000000 (see section [281] on page 17)
Default System Master Code
1234 / 123456 (see section [301] on page 17)
How Do I Enter Programming Mode? 1. Press [ENTER]. 2. Enter your [INSTALLER CODE]. 3. Enter 3-digit [SECTION] you wish to program. 4. Enter required [DATA]. Decimal and Hexadecimal Programming Table What Do I See? Value or Action Values 1 to 9 A (hex only) B (hex only) C (hex only) D (hex only) E (hex only) F (hex only) Exit Without Saving Erase Current Digit Save Data (hex only) What Do I Press? 10-Zone LED [1] to [9] [0] [STAY] [BYP] [MEM] [TBL] / [TRBL] [PG] / [FNC1] [CLEAR] [FORCE] [ENTER] [1] to [9] [0 (10)] [STAY] [BYP] [MEM] [TBL] [PG] [ENTER] flashes 16-Zone LED [1] to [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [ARM1] & [STAY1] flash LCD [1] to [9] 0 B C D E F SECTION [ ]
Displays next digit or next section Advances to the next section
Trouble Display Press the [TBL] or [TRBL] key to view the Trouble Display. Please note that the keypad can be programmed to emit a beep every 5 seconds whenever a new trouble condition has occurred. Press the [TBL] or [TRBL] key to stop the beeping. [1] - No Battery or Low Battery [2] - Wireless Transmitter Low Battery [3] - Power Failure [4] - Bell Output Disconnected [5] - Maximum Bell Current [6] - Maximum Auxiliary Current [7] - Communicator Report Failure [8] - Timer Loss** [9] - Tamper or Zone Wiring Failure* [10] - Telephone Line Monitoring Failure [11]/[STAY] - Fire Loop Trouble* [12]/[BYP] - Module Loss [13]/[MEM] - Wireless Transmitter Supervision Loss* [16]/[FORCE] and [TBL]/[TRBL] flashes - Keypad Fault
* press the illuminated key ([9], [STAY] or [MEM]) to view which zones are causing the trouble. Enter the Installer Code to clear Tamper troubles. ** press [8] to re-program the time. Spectra 1728 & 1738 -1Programming Guide

Table of Contents

Default Installer Code..... 1 Default System Master Code..... 1 How Do I Enter Programming Mode?..... 1 Decimal and Hexadecimal Programming Table..... 1 Trouble Display...... 1 Data Display Mode (LED Keypads Only)..... 3 Configuring the 1686H, 1686V and 1689 Keypads (V2.0 or higher).... 3 Zone Programming...... 4 System Timers....... 6 Programmable Outputs...... 7 System Options...... 10 Communication Settings...... 14 Report Codes....... 15 System Settings...... 17 User Code Options...... 17 Reprogram All Modules..... 18 Paradox Memory Key (PMC-3)..... 18 Programming a Wireless Fire Zone..... 18
4-PGM Expansion Module.... 19 Printer Module.... 20 Voice-assisted Arm/Disarm Module.... 22 Wireless Module..... 23 Zone Expansion Modules.... 26 User Operation..... 27 Appendix A - Ademco CID Report Code List (Prog.)... 29 Appendix B - Ademco CID Report Code List (All Codes)... 30 Module Connections..... 32 Hardware Connections.... 36
WARNING: This equipment must be installed and maintained by qualified service personnel only.

Spectra 1728 & 1738

Programming Guide
Data Display Mode (LED Keypads Only) View the sections programming one digit at a time. Does not function with sections using Feature Select Programming. To access the Data Display Mode, press the [ENTER] key after entering a section and before entering any data. The
three LEDs as indicated below will begin to flash indicating that you are in the Data Display Mode.
Each time the [ENTER] key is pressed, the keypad will display the next digit in the current section and will continue through all the following sections one digit at a time without changing the programmed values. Not available for sections using the Multiple Feature Select Method. Press the [CLEAR] key at any time to exit the Data Display Mode.

Configuring the 1686H, 1686V and 1689 Keypads (V2.0 or higher) The keypads zone number, EOL definition and tamper switch are programmed through the keypads programming mode. How Do I Configure The Keypad? 1. Press [ENTER]. 2. Enter your [INSTALLER CODE] (default: 0000 / 000000). 3. Press the [PG] (1686H/V) / [FNC1] (1689) key and hold it for 3 seconds. 4. Press the desired key ([1] to [3]. See below). 5. Press [ENTER] to exit programming mode. After two minutes, the keypad exits programming mode. Key [1] - Keypad Zone Selection (Zone Programming on page 4) Key [1] determines whether the keypads zone is Keypad Zone 1 or Keypad Zone 2. When key [1] is OFF (not illuminated), the keypads zone is Keypad Zone 1. When key [1] is ON (illuminated), the keypads zone is Keypad Zone 2. Key [1] OFF = Keypad Zone 1 (default) Key [1] ON = Keypad Zone 2 Key [2] - EOL Definition Key [2] determines the keypad zones EOL definition. When key [2] is OFF (not illuminated), EOL is disabled and the keypad zone uses the on-board EOL resistor. When key [2] is ON (illuminated), EOL is enabled and the keypad zone requires that an external EOL resistor be connected (refer to Spectra 1728 PCB Layout on page 38 and Spectra 1738 PCB Layout on page 39 for more details). Key [2] OFF = EOL disabled Key [2] ON = EOL enabled (default) Key [3] - On-Board Tamper Key [3] enables or disables the keypads on-board tamper switch. When key [3] is OFF (not illuminated), the tamper switch is disabled. When key [3] is ON (illuminated), the tamper switch is enabled. Key [3] OFF = On-board tamper switch disabled Key [3] ON = On-board tamper switch enabled The keypad can be ordered with or without a tamper switch. If the keypad has no tamper switch, key [3] will be OFF by default. If the keypad has a tamper switch, key [3] will be ON by default.
Zone Programming When programming zones, the zone assignments are dependent on where the detection devices are connected to in the system. In installations that require using mostly the expansion inputs, refer to Reassign Keypad Zone 2 (section [126] option [7] on page 10) and Reassign Zones to Expansion Inputs (section [126] option [8] on page 10). The Expansion zones need to be enabled in order for Zone Programming to work. Refer to Zone Expansion Modules on page 26. Do not assign inputs from different modules to the same expansion input. Zone Recognition Table for 1728
Section [126] Option [7]: OFF Option [8]: OFF
Control Panel Input 1 = Input 2 = Input 3 = Input 4 = Input 5 = Keypad Zone 1 = Zone 2 = Expansion Input 1 = Input 2 = Input 3 = Input 4 = Input 5 = Input 6 = Input 7 = Input 8 = Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 16 N/A N/A N/A N/A Zone 7 Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 16 N/A N/A N/A Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 7 Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 6 Zone 7 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 6 N/A Zone 11 N/A Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 3 N/A Zone 5 N/A No ATZ Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 With ATZ Zones 1 & 6 Zones 2 & 7 Zones 3 & 8 Zones 4 & 9 Zones 5 & 10

Section [126] Option [7]: ON Option [8]: OFF
No ATZ Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 With ATZ Zones 1 & 6 Zones 2 & 7 Zones 3 & 8 Zones 4 & 9 Zones 5 & 10
Section [126] Option [7]: OFF Option [8]: ON
No ATZ Zone 1 Zone 2 N/A N/A N/A With ATZ Zones 1 & 3 Zones 2 & 4 N/A N/A N/A
Section [126] Option [7]: ON Option [8]: ON
No ATZ Zones 1 Zones 2 N/A N/A N/A With ATZ Zones 1 & 6 Zones 2 & 7 N/A N/A N/A
= Not displayed on 10-Zone LED Keypads (1686H & 1686V) Section [126] option [7] = Reassign Keypad Zone 2 (see page 10) Section [126] option [8] = Reassign Zones to Expansion Inputs (see page 10)
Zone Recognition Table for 1738
Section [126] Option [7]: OFF
Control Panel Input 1 = Input 2 = Input 3 = Input 4 = Input 5 = Input 6 = Input 7 = Keypad Zone 1 = Zone 2 = Expansion Input 1 = Input 2 = Input 3 = Input 4 = Input 5 = Input 6 = Input 7 = Input 8 = Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 16 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Zone 9 Zone 10 Zone 11 Zone 12 Zone 13 Zone 14 Zone 15 Zone 16 Zone 16 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Zone 8 Zone 9 Zone 15 Zone 16 Zone 8 N/A Zone 15 N/A No ATZ Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 With ATZ Zone 1 & 8 Zone 2 & 9 Zone 3 & 10 Zone 4 & 11 Zone 5 & 12 Zone 6 & 13 Zone 7 & 14
Section [126] Option [7]: ON
No ATZ Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5 Zone 6 Zone 7 With ATZ Zone 1 & 8 Zone 2 & 9 Zone 3 & 10 Zone 4 & 11 Zone 5 & 12 Zone 6 & 13 Zone 7 & 14
How Do I Program the Zones? 1. Press the [ENTER] key. 2. Enter the [INSTALLER CODE] (Default: 0000 / 000000). 3. Enter 3-digit [SECTION]. 4. Enter one digit from the Zone Definition table. 5. Enter one digit from the Partition Assignment table. 6. Select one or more options from the Zone Options table. 7. Press the [ENTER] key. ZONE DEFINITION Empty - Zone Disabled 1 - Entry Delay - Entry Delay - Follow 4 - Instant 5 - 24 Hr. Burglary 6 - 24 Hr. Buzzer Additional definitions for onboard terminals: 7 - Keyswitch 8 - Fire 24 Hr 9 - Delayed Fire 24 Hr ZONE OPTIONS 1 - Auto Zone Shutdown 2 - Bypassable Zone 3 - Stay Zone 4 - 5 - Zone Alarm Type off off Audible alarm (steady) off on Audible alarm (pulsed) on off Silent alarm on on Generates a report only 6 - Intellizone 7 - Delay alarm transmission 8 - Force Zone KEYSWITCH OPTIONS 1 - off = Maintained on = Momentary 2 - off = Regular arm on = Stay arm Second Digit

PGM1 TIMER PGM2 TIMER GLOBAL PGM TIMER
EXIT DELAY 1* EXIT DELAY 2* BELL CUT-OFF TIMER (PARTITION 1)** BELL CUT-OFF TIMER (PARTITION 2)** NO MOVEMENT TIMER (PARTITION 1) NO MOVEMENT TIMER (PARTITION 2)
ENTRY DELAY ENTRY DELAY ANSWERING MACHINE OVERRIDE DELAY NUMBER OF RINGS TLM FAIL TIMER DELAY ALARM TRANSMISSION MAXIMUM DIALING ATTEMPTS DELAY BETWEEN ATTEMPTS PAGER DELAY INTELLIZONE DELAY RECENT CLOSING DELAY POWER FAILURE REPORT DELAY AUTO TEST REPORT CLOCK ADJUST AUTO ZONE SHUTDOWN COUNTER RECYCLE ALARM DELAY
5 sec. 5 sec. 5 sec. 45 sec. 45 sec. 30 sec. 30 sec. 4 min. 4 min. Disabled Disabled Disabled 8 rings 32 sec. Disabled 8 attempts 20 sec. 5 sec. 48 sec. No delay 15 min. Disabled Disabled
5 Disabled RECYCLE ALARM COUNTER Disabled KEYPAD LOCKOUT Disabled KEYPAD LOCKOUT DELAY Disabled PANIC LOCKOUT TIMER Disabled CLOSING DELINQUENCY TIMER (PARTITION 1) Disabled AUTO TEST REPORT (TIME OF DAY) Disabled AUTO-ARM TIME (PARTITION 1) Disabled AUTO-ARM TIME (PARTITION 2) Disabled
* Maximum 60 seconds for UL listed systems. ** 5 minutes minimum for cUL installations. Spectra 1728 & 1738 -6Programming Guide
Programmable Outputs Each PGM Deactivation event can be used as another start (activation) event if their respective PGM timer (see sections [066] to [068]) is programmed with a value other than 000. Example: section [120] = 02: this means PGM1 will activate whenever partition 2 is Stay armed. Section # [120] [121] PGM 1 PGM Activation Event PGM 1 PGM Deactivation Event Event Group # Sub-Group # ___/___ ___/___ ___/___ ___/___ Partition # ___/___ ___/___

[122] [123] [124] [125]

PGM 2 PGM Activation Event PGM 2 PGM Deactivation Event Global PGM Activation Event Global PGM Deactivation Event Used to activate PGMs on expansion modules & LCD keypads.
___/___ ___/___ ___/___ ___/___
Event Group # 00 = Zone OK 01 = Zone Open 02 = Partition Status
Sub-Group # 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 00 = System not ready (Partition 1 only) 01 = System ready (Partition 1 only) 02 = Steady Alarm in Partition 03 = Pulsed Alarm in Partition 04 = Pulsed or Steady Alarm in Partition 05 = Alarm in Partition Restored 06 = Bell Squawk Activated (Partition 1 only) 07 = Bell Squawk Deactivated (Partition 1 only) 08 = Ground start (Partition 1 only) 09 = Disarm Partition 10 = Arm Partition 11 = Entry Delay (breach when system is armed) 99 = Any Sub-Group 00 = Telephone Line Trouble (Partition 1 only) 01 = [PG] or [FNC1] key was pressed (Partition 1 only).This option can also be used to reset smoke detectors. 02 = Instant Arming 03 = Stay Arming 04 = Force Arming 05 = Fast Exit (Force & Regular Only) 06 = PC Fail to Communicate (Partition 1 only) 07 = Midnight (Partition 1 only) 99 = Any Sub-Group (Partition 1 only, except 02 to 05) 01 to 08 = Remote Controls 1 to = Any Remote Control 01 to 08 = Remote Controls 1 to = Any Remote Control 01 to 08 = Remote Controls 1 to = Any Remote Control -7Programming Guide

05 = Non-Reportable Events
06 = Arm/Disarm with Remote Control 07 = Button Pressed on Remote (see button option B on page 24) 08 = Button Pressed on Remote (see button option C on page 24) Spectra 1728 & 1738
Event Group # 09 = Button Pressed on Remote (see button option D on page 24) 10 = Bypass Programming 11 = User Activated PGM 12 = Zone with Delay Transmission Option Enabled is Breached 13 = Arm with User Code 14 = Special Arm
Sub-Group # 01 to 08 = Remote Controls 1 to = Any Remote Control 01 to 48 = User Code Numbers 001 to = Any User Code 01 to 48 = User Code Numbers 001 to 048 (Partition 1 only) 99 = Any User Code 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 48 = User Code Numbers 001 to = Any User Code 00 = Auto Arming (timed/no movement) 01 = Late to Close (Auto-Arming failed) 02 = No Movement Auto-Arming 03 = Partial Arming (Stay, Force, Instant, Bypass) 04 = One-Touch Arming 05 = Arm with WinLoad Software 07 = Closing Delinquency (Partition 1 only) 99 = Any Sub-Group 01 to 48 = User Code Numbers 001 to = Any User Code 01 to 48 = User Code Numbers 001 to = Any User Code 01 to 48 = User Code Numbers 001 to = Any User Code 00 = Cancel Auto Arm (timed/no movement) 01 = Disarm with WinLoad Software 02 = Disarm after alarm with WinLoad Software 03 = Cancel Alarm with WinLoad Software 99 = Any Sub-Group 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 1728: 01 to 05 = Zones 1 to 5 (on-board inputs) 1738: 01 to 07 = Zones 1 to 7 (on-board inputs) 99 = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 1728: 01 to 05 = Zones 1 to 5 (on-board inputs) 1738: 01 to 07 = Zones 1 to 7 (on-board inputs) 99 = Any Zone 00 = Emergency Panic 01 = Auxiliary Panic 02 = Fire Panic 03 = Recent Closing 04 = Auto Zone Shutdown 05 = Duress Alarm 06 = Keypad Lockout 99 = Any Sub-Group 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone -8Programming Guide
15 = Disarm with User Code 16 = Disarm After Alarm w/ User Code 17 = Cancel Alarm with User Code 18 = Special Disarm
19 = Zone Bypassed on Arming 20 = Zone in Alarm 21 = Fire Alarm
22 = Zone Alarm Restore 23 = Fire Alarm Restore

24 = Special Alarm

25 = Auto Zone Shutdown 26 = Zone Tamper 27 = Zone Tamper Restore
Event Group # 28 = System Trouble
Sub-Group # 01 = AC Loss: only after Power Failure Delay has elapsed (Partition 1 only) 02 = Battery Failure (Partition 1 only) 03 = Auxiliary current overload (Partition 1 only) 04 = Bell current overload (Partition 1 only) 05 = Bell disconnected (Partition 1 only) 06 = Timer Loss (Partition 1 only) 07 = Fire Loop Trouble (Partition 1 only) 08 = Future Use 09 = Module Fault (Partition 1 only) 10 = Printer Fault (Partition 1 only) 11 = Fail to Communicate (Partition 1 only) 99 = Any Sub-Group (Partition 1 only) 00 = TLM restore (Partition 1 only) 01 = AC Loss restore (Partition 1 only) 02 = Battery Failure restore (Partition 1 only) 03 = Auxiliary current overload restore (Partition 1 only) 04 = Bell current overload restore (Partition 1 only) 05 = Bell disconnected restore (Partition 1 only) 06 = Timer Programmed (Partition 1 only) 07 = Fire Loop Trouble restore (Partition 1 only) 08 = Future Use 09 = Module Fault restore (Partition 1 only) 10 = Printer Fault restore (Partition 1 only) 11 = Fail to Communicate restore (Partition 1 only) 99 = Any Trouble Restore (Partition 1 only) 00 = System Power Up (Partition 1 only) 01 = Test Report (Partition 1 only) 02 = WinLoad Software Access (Partition 1 only) 03 = WinLoad Software Access finished (Partition 1 only) 04 = Installer enters programming mode (Partition 1 only) 05 = Installer exits programming mode (Partition 1 only) 99 = Any Sub-Group (Partition 1 only) 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 1728: 01 to 05 = Zones 1 to 5 (on-board inputs) 1738: 01 to 07 = Zones 1 to 7 (on-board inputs) 99 = Any Zone 1728: 01 to 05 = Zones 1 to 5 (on-board inputs) 1738: 01 to 07 = Zones 1 to 7 (on-board inputs) 99 = Any Zone 1728: 01 to 05 = Zones 1 to 5 (on-board inputs) 1738: 01 to 07 = Zones 1 to 7 (on-board inputs) 99 = Any Zone 1728: 01 to 05 = Zones 1 to 5 (on-board inputs) 1738: 01 to 07 = Zones 1 to 7 (on-board inputs) 99 = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone 01 to 16 = Zones 1 to = Any Zone Sub-Group # Partition #

SECTION [138]: Event Call Direction
Option [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Call Telephone #1 for Trouble/Restore Report Codes Call Telephone #2 for Trouble/Restore Report Codes Call Telephone #1 for Special Report Codes Call Telephone #2 for Special Report Codes Future Use Future Use Future Use Future Use OFF l Disabled l Disabled l Disabled l Disabled l N/A l N/A l N/A l N/A ON l Enabled l Enabled l Enabled l Enabled l N/A l N/A l N/A l N/A

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Communication Settings Section # [140]*
REPORTING FORMATS* 1 = ADEMCO SLOW (1400HZ, 1900HZ, 10BPS) 2 = SILENT KNIGHT FAST (1400HZ, 1900HZ, 20BPS) 3 = SESCOA (2300HZ, 1800HZ, 20BPS) 4 = ADEMCO EXPRESS (DTMF 4+2) 5 = ADEMCO CONTACT ID (DEFAULT) ALSO, SEE OPTION [3] IN SECTION [136] 6 = PAGER FORMAT If hexadecimals (0 to FF) are used to program the report codes, verify that the pager also supports hexadecimals. If the pager does not support hexadecimals, use only the digits 0 to 9. TEL1 TEL2

___ / ___

[141] [142] [143] [144]
___/___/___/___ PANEL IDENTIFIER (WINLOAD SOFTWARE) ___/___/___/___ PC PASSWORD (WINLOAD SOFTWARE) ___/___/___/___ PARTITION ACCOUNT NUMBER 1 (For less than 4 digits, use the [FORCE] key to enter blanks.) ___/___/___/___ PARTITION ACCOUNT NUMBER 2 (For less than 4 digits, use the [FORCE] key to enter blanks.)
__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__ PC TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR WINLOAD SOFTWARE (32-digits, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__ CENTRAL STATION TELEPHONE OR PAGER NUMBER 1 (32-digits, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept) __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__ CENTRAL STATION TELEPHONE OR PAGER NUMBER 2 (32-digits, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__ BACK UP TELEPHONE NUMBER (32-digits, if less than 32 press [ENTER] to accept)
Special Keys for Telephone Numbers [STAY] = * [BYP] = # [MEM] = Switch from pulse to tone dialing or vice versa [TBL] or [TRBL] = 4-second pause [FORCE] = Delete current digit [PG] or [FNC1] = Inserts Blank Space
* UL Note: The installer is required to verify the complete compatibility of the DAC Receiver and formats at least once per year.

SECTION [553]: Serial and Parallel Port Setup Options
Option [1] [2]&[3] Serial Port

Baud Rate Settings [2]

APR-PRTbaud (default) 2400 baud 9600 baud 19200 baud
APR3-PRTbaud (default) 9600 baud 19200 baud 57600 baud
OFF l Disabled l see table l see table
ON l Enabled l see table l see table

[4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

Parallel Port Off-line Status Ignored (parallel port only) Paper Empty Status Ignored (parallel port only) Printer Fault Status Ignored (parallel port only) Printer Busy Status Ignored (parallel port only)
l Disabled l Disabled l Disabled l Disabled l Disabled
l Enabled l Enabled l Enabled l Enabled l Enabled
The PGM Deactivation event can be used as another activation event if the PGM Timer (section [554]) is programmed with a value other than 000. The APR3-PRT1 module uses the same PGM events as the Spectra control panel, please refer to Programmable Outputs on page 7 Section # Decimal Value (000-255) [554] ___/___/___ seconds (000 = follow deactivation event) Section # [555] PGM1 Activation Event [556] PGM1 Deactivation Event Description

PGM1 TIMER

Default Value 5 sec. Partition # ___/___ ___/___

Clock Programming

For example, to enter the date March 26, 2000 you would enter 20 (century), 00 (year), 03 (month), and 26 (day). Section # [557] Value Year ___/___/___/___ Month ___/___ Day ___/___

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Voice-assisted Arm/Disarm Module
Due to InTouchs Auto-recognition feature, it can be used with either the Spectra (V2.0 or higher), Digiplex DGP-848 or DGPNE96 control panel. When connected to the bus, InTouch automatically detects which control panel it is connected to and adjusts its internal communication parameters to function accordingly. Only one InTouch can be connected to each Spectra control panel. APR3-ADM2 can also be programmed using the WinLoad Software. Refer to the WinLoad Online Help for more information. Modules with the APR- prefix are compatible with Spectra (versions 2.0 and higher) and DGP-848. Modules with the APR3- prefix are compatible with Spectra (versions 2.0 and higher), DGP-848 and DGP-NE96. Section # [575] ___/___/___ [576] ___/___/___ [577] ___/___/___ Decimal Value (000-255) rings (000 = disabled) seconds (010-255, 000 = disabled) seconds/minutes (000 = disabled) Description
NUMBER OF RINGS ANSWERING MACHINE OVERRIDE PGM TIMER
Default Value 8 rings 000 005
SECTION [578]: General Options
Option [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Stand-alone Code Length Partitioned System PGM Output PGM Time in Future Use Future Use Future Use Future Use OFF l 6-digits l Disabled l Disabled l Seconds l N/A l N/A l N/A l N/A ON l 4-digits l Enabled l Enabled l Minutes l N/A l N/A l N/A l N/A

* Only arming and disarming button functions were investigated by UL. Spectra 1728 & 1738 - 24 Programming Guide
Remote Control Button Programming
RC# Section [711] [712] [713] [714] [715] [716] [717] [718] RC Buttons Default: ( ) ______/_____/_____/_____/______/_____/_____/______

+ + + +

______/_____/_____/_____/______/_____/_____/______
Please note that the User Code assigned to the remote control (sections [701] to [708]) must have the same User Options and Button Options enabled. For example, if you enable the Force Arming button option you must enable the appropriate Force Arming user option. Also, if you enable any of the Panic button options, you must enable the Panic options in the control panel.
Remote Control Assignment
If you have a Spectra control panel that is V2.0 or higher, you can use the Automatic Learning Method to assign your remote control(s). If you have a Spectra control panel that is V1.23 or lower, see the MG-RCV3 Reference & Installation Manual for how to program your remote control(s). Automatic Learning Method Enter the appropriate section and press any button on a Magellan remote control (MG-REM1) once, or until the confirmation beep sounds (Beep-Beep-Beep-Beep-Beep), to assign the remote control. If you hear a rejection beep, an error has occurred or the remote control has already been assigned. To delete a remote control, enter the appropriate section and then press the [FORCE] button. Section # [731] [732] [733] [734] [735] [736] [737] [738] Remote Control #1 #2 REMOTE CONTROL #3 REMOTE CONTROL #4 REMOTE CONTROL #5 REMOTE CONTROL #6 REMOTE CONTROL #7 REMOTE CONTROL #8
REMOTE CONTROL REMOTE CONTROL

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Zone Expansion Modules
Only one SPC/APR3-ZX4 or one SPC/APR3-ZX8 can be connected to each Spectra control panel. The following sections are for SPC-ZX4 version 1.0, APR3-ZX4 version 1.0, SPC-ZX8 version 1.0 and APR3-ZX8 version 2.0. Modules with the APR- prefix are compatible with Spectra (versions 2.0 and higher) and DGP-848. Modules with the APR3- prefix are compatible with Spectra (versions 2.0 and higher), DGP-848 and DGP-NE96. Bold = Default Setting

UL Note: The Zone Expansion Modules are not UL listed. Spectra 1728 & 1738 - 26 Programming Guide

User Operation

Partitioning
The Spectra system is equipped with a partitioning feature which can divide the alarm system into two distinct areas identified as Partition 1 and Partition 2. Partitioning can be used in installations where shared security systems are more practical, such as an office/warehouse building. If the system is not partitioned, all User Codes and features will be recognized as belonging to Partition 1. How does a partitioned system work? Users can only arm or disarm their assigned partitions. Only zones assigned to Partition 1 will arm or disarm when Partition 1 is armed or disarmed. Only zones assigned to Partition 2 will arm or disarm when Partition 2 is armed or disarmed. Zones assigned to both partitions will arm when both partitions are armed and will disarm when at least one disarms. Some of the systems features can be programmed separately for each partition.

Programming Access Codes

User Access Codes are personal identification numbers that allow users to enter certain programming modes, arm or disarm the alarm system as well as activate or deactivate PGMs. Spectra security systems support the following: System Master Code can arm or disarm any partition using any arming method and can create, modify or delete any User Access Code. Only the System Master Code can modify or delete User Access Codes assigned to both partitions. Master Code 1 is permanently assigned to partition 1 and can be used to create, modify or delete User Access Codes that are assigned to partition 1. Master Code 2 is permanently assigned to partition 2 (except when partitioning is disabled, Master Code 2 will be assigned to partition 1) and can be used to create, modify or delete User Access Codes that are assigned to the same partition. 45 User Access Codes (including 1 Duress code) How Do I Program Access Codes? 1. Press [ENTER] 2. Key in the [SYSTEM MASTER CODE] or [MASTER CODE] 3. Key in 3-digit [SECTION] (see User Code Table) 4. Key in new 4- or 6-digit [ACCESS CODE] [ENTER] flashes. Return to step 3 How Do I Delete Access Codes? 1. Repeat steps 1 to 3 (see above) 2. Press the [FORCE] key once for each digit in the access code (4 or 6 times) until the keypad emits a Confirmation Beep. User Code Table Section [001] [002] [003] [004] TO [047] [048] User Codes User Code 001 = System Master Code User Code 002 = Master Code 1 User Code 003 = Master Code 2 User Code 004 to User Code 047 User Code 048 or Duress Code

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Programming Chime Zones
This feature allows users to program which zones will be Chime Enabled. A Chime Enabled zone will cause the keypad to emit a rapid intermittent beep tone (BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP) advising the user every time it is opened. Each keypad must be Chime Programmed separately. Keypad chimes must be re-programmed if the system suffers a total power loss.

10-ZONE LED KEYPAD:

Press and hold any key from [1] to [10] for 3 seconds to activate or deactivate Chiming for zones 1 to 10. For example, press and hold the [1] key to enable chiming on zone 1. If, after pressing and holding a key, the keypad emits a confirmation beep, this means the chime feature has been enabled for that zone. If the keypad emits a Rejection Beep, this means the Chime feature has been disabled for the corresponding zone.

16-ZONE LED KEYPAD:

Press and hold the [9] key. Enter the 2-digit (01 to 16) zone number(s). When the corresponding LED is on, the zone is chimed. When the corresponding LED is off, the zone is unchimed. When the desired zones are chimed, press [ENTER].

LCD KEYPAD:

Press and hold the [9] key. Enter the 2-digit (01 to 16) zone number(s) or use the arrow keys to scroll through the zones. When the appropriate zone is displayed, press the [FNC1] key. When the desired zones are chimed, press [ENTER].

Keypad Muting

Press and hold the [CLEAR] key for 3 seconds to enable or disable keypad muting. When muted, the keypad will only beep when a key is pressed or when the keypad emits a Rejection or Confirmation Beep. All other beep functions are disabled.
Keypad Backlight (1686H and 1686V Only)
The illumination level behind the keys can be modified to suit the users needs. There are four backlight levels. The [MEM] key is used to set the desired level. Each consecutive push of the [MEM] key will increase the backlight level until the maximum level is reached. After reaching the maximum level, the backlight level will return to the lowest level and the whole process is repeated. To change the backlight level: How do I Modify The Backlight? 1. Press and hold the [MEM] key for 3 seconds 2. The [MEM] key will illuminate 3. Press the [MEM] key to set the desired backlight level 4. Press [CLEAR] or [ENTER] to exit
Installer Function Keys INSTALLER TEST MODE
[ENTER] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [TBL] or [TRBL] The Installer Test Mode allows you to perform walk tests where the bell/siren will squawk once to indicate an open zone and twice to indicate a closed zone. To enter this mode, press [ENTER] + [INSTALLER CODE] + [TBL] or [TRBL]. The keypad will emit a Confirmation Beep. To disable this mode, press the [TBL] or [TRBL] key again. The keypad will emit a Rejection Beep.

Remove AC power and battery before adding APR3-PRT1 to the system. Do not connect any modules more than 76m (250 ft) from the control panel. Only one Printer Module can be connected per Spectra control panel.

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4-PGM Expansion Module (APR3-PGM4)
Red Watchdog LED: Status: flashes once per second to indicate proper operation. Flash 1 second on and 1 second off: The module is experiencing a communication failure with the control panel.

Spectra control panel

Not used External Power Supply (Recommended: Paradox PSW817 1.75A Switching Power Supply)

Communication Bus

Any device such as a garage door opener, light or siren
Remove AC and battery from the control panel before adding the 4-PGM Output Module to the system. Do not connect the APR3PGM4 more than 76m (250 ft) from the control panel. Only one APR3-PGM4 can be connected per Spectra control panel.
4-Zone Expansion Module (SPC-ZX4 and APR3-ZX4)

Not used

Red WDG LED: Status: Flashes to indicate proper operation. Toggle 1 sec. on & 1 sec. off = Trouble and/or communication failure. Connecting the Tamper Switch

Spectra Control Panel

Communication Bus Connect the detection devices to the module's input terminals exactly as shown in the Spectra Reference & Installation Manual.
External Tamper Switch (N.C.)
Input terminal Z1 can be used as a tamper switch input Option [2]: Section [650]
Remove AC and battery power from the control panel before connecting the module to the communication bus. Do not connect the APR3-ZX4 or SPC-ZX4 more than 76m (250 ft) from the control panel. Only one APR3-ZX4 or one SPC-ZX4 can be connected per Spectra control panel.

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Voice-Assisted Arm/Disarm Module (APR3-ADM2)
Remove AC and battery power from the control panel before adding the APR3-ADM2 module to the system. Do not connect the APR3ADM2 more than 76m (250 ft) from the control panel. Only one APR3-ADM2 can be connected per Spectra control panel.
Green "PULSE"LED: Monitors the dialer. The LED will illuminate when the dialer is in use. When the dialer is not being used, the LED will remain off. Red WATCHDOG LED: Flashes once every second = normal. Toggle 1 second on & 1 second off = trouble and/or communication failure. Not Used
Ground clamp Cold water pipe grounding

Refer to Inset 1

To Spectra control panel

Household telephone

Partial view of Spectra control panel dialer.
Inset 1: Connecting the APR3-ADM2 PGM Output
To reset the standalone code of the APR3-ADM2 you have to perform a hardware reset of the Spectra control panel.
Partial view of the APR3-ADM2
External Power Supply (Recommended: Paradox PSW817 1.75A Switching Power Supply)

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8-Zone Expansion Modules (SPC-ZX8 and APR3-ZX8)

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Spectra 1728 PCB Layout
Service Keypad Reset Jumper Paradox Memory Key
Four pin connector can be used for quick installation of a Spectra keypad or Expansion Module.
Status LED Flash once every sec. = Normal operation Toggle ON 1sec / OFF 1sec = Trouble in the system Always ON = Panel is using phone line Fast flash 4sec. after power up = Installer Lock enabled
12Vdc 7Ah/4Ah Caution: Disconnect battery before replacing the fuse.
Warning: Disconnect telephone line before servicing.
See Connecting Fire Circuits, Keyswitches and PGMs on page 37.
Refer to Single Zone Inputs on page 36. Cold water pipe grounding
Refer to the Transformer Requirements table below.
AWG#14 single conductor solid copper wire

Ground clamp

Warning: Improper connection may result in damage to the system. BELL OUTPUT Will shut down if current exceeds 3A. Connection for Self-Contained Bell/Siren The sum of the current drawn from the BELL and AUX must be limited to 1.3A. Exceeding this limit will overload the panel power supply and lead to complete system shutdown.
To provide maximum lightning protection we strongly recommend having separate earth connections for the dialer and zone ground terminals.

To metallic enclosure

SPECTRA KEYPADS The maximum number of keypads per installation is dependent on the auxiliary output, which is not to exceed 700mA. For the keypads zone, EOL and tamper configurations, refer to page 3. Warning: Do not connect keypads more than 76m (250 ft) from the control panel.
AUX POWER Refer to transformer requirements below for Aux. Power Output. To connect additional wiring to auxiliary power, use the red (+) and black (-) keypad connectors. Auxiliary power will shut down if current exceeds 1.1A. If the auxiliary output is overloaded and is shut down, you must disconnect all loads from the output for at least 10 seconds before reconnecting any load back to the auxiliary output.
A Door Contact or any other detection device can be connected to the Keypad Zone.

For UL Listed warnings, refer to the UL and cUL Warnings section in the Spectra Reference & Installation Manual.
Transformer Requirements Table Transformer: Spectra DC Power Supply rated at: Auxiliary Supply can provide a maximum of: Acceptable Battery Charge Currents (section [127] option [5]) * Not verified by UL. Spectra 1728 & 1738 - 38 Programming Guide Amseco XP-1620 16VAC 20VA* 1.2A typ: 600mA, max: 700mA 350mA Recommend: 16VAC 40VA UL: Basler BE156240CAA007 1.5A typ: 600mA, max: 700mA 350mA/700mA

Spectra 1738 PCB Layout

Reset Jumper Paradox Memory Key Status LED Flash once every sec: Normal Operation Toggle ON 1 sec /OFF 1 sec: Trouble in the system Always ON: Panel is using phone line Fast flash 4 sec after power up: Installer Lock enabled Warning: Disconnect telephone line before servicing
Caution: Disconnect battery before replacing the fuse.
UL/cUL 12Vdc / 4Ah or 7Ah

Service Keypad

Four pin connector can be used for quick installation of a Spectra keypad or expansion module. Refer to Transformer Requirements Table below. To connect the 5A alarm relay and the PGMs, refer to Alarm Relay (1738 only) on page 37.
Refer to Single Zone Inputs or Double Zone Inputs (with ATZ option only) on page 36
Ground clamp Cold water pipe grounding To metallic enclosure
UL/cUL Wheelock 46T-12 BELL OUTPUT Will shut down if current exceeds 3A. Warning: Improper connection may result in damage to the system.
To provide maximum lightning protection, we strongly recommend having separate earth connections for the dialer and zone ground terminals.
Connection for Self-Contained Bell/Siren The sum of the current drawn from the BELL and AUX must be limited to 2.0A. Exceeding this limit will overload the panel power supply and lead to complete system shutdown.
SPECTRA KEYPADS The maximum number of keypads per installation is dependent on the auxiliary output, which is not to exceed 700 mA. For the keypads zone, EOL and tamper configurations, refer to page 3. Warning: Do not connect keypads more than 76m (250ft) from the control panel.
AUX POWER Refer to transformer requirements in the table below for AUX Power Output. Auxiliary power will shut down if current exceeds 1.1A. If the auxiliary output is overloaded and is shut down, you must disconnect all loads from the output for at least 10 seconds before reconnecting any load back to the auxiliary output.

 

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