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SmartHome Alarm series

Engineers Programming Manual


Table of contents




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1.1
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.2
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
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3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
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4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.1.1
4.2.1.2
4.2.1.3
4.2.2
4.2.2.1

Control panel overview


Pack Contents
Specification
Accessing the Engineer menu
Zone Settings
Zone config
Add Zone
Delete Zone
Edit Zone
Edit Ext. Siren
Edit RSPS/ILPS
Zone Status
Panel Settings
Delay Time
Sound And Tone
Panel Siren
Final Door
KF Entry Option
Mobility Check
PartArm Rename
Lone Occup. Map
Pincode Length
AREA 2 On/Off
RF Interfernce
Supervision
Part arm option
Phone Settings
Phone Number
Messages
Play message
Record message
Retry method
Line Detection
SMS Setup
Engineer Tel
ARC Settings
ARC Off
ARC On
Communication
Tel. Settings
Backup
SMS setting
Settings (ARC)
Auto-Check-in

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4.2.2.2
4.2.2.3
4.2.2.4
4.2.2.5
4.2.2.6
4.2.2.7
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7.1
7.2
7.3
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8.1
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.2.4

Offset period
28
Latch report
28
Verification
28
Retry method
29
Follow on
29
AC report
29
User Settings
30
Engineer Code
31
GSM 31
SMS K-Word
31
SMS Confirm
31
GSM Band
32
Testing
32
Walk Test
32
Device Test
32
External siren
32
Panel siren
33
Panel LED & LCD
33
GSM 33

Appendix
Contact ID Event Code
MP3 sound clips
Reset Procedure

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Control panel Overview

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1. Backlit LCD Screen


2. Up arrow Key
Scroll up the selection list.
Press once to enable the handfree telephone
function.
3. Down arrow Key
Scroll down the selection list.
4. Blue LED
ON: AC Power is ON.
Off: AC Power is Off.
5. Red LED
ON: Fault
OFF: Normal
6. Yellow LED
ON: module inserted
OFF: no module inserted
7. iButton
Press the iButton to playback voice guidance.
8. Numeric Key 0 (Full Arm Key)
Used as a numeric key
Also used to Full Arm the system
9. Engineer/Programming Menu Key

13. OK/Enter/Yes Key


Used to confirm the selection.
14. Return/No Key
Used to delete entered numbers, cancel the

selection and select No.
15. Microphone
16. RJ45 internet cable Connector
17. Line capture, not for use in the UK
18. Phone Line connector for reporting
19. DC Connector terminals
A DC 12V(2A) switching power adaptor is used for

the Control Panel. Be sure only to use an adapter

with the appropriate voltage rating to prevent

component damage. Please observe polarity

when connecting the DC terminal.
20. USB Port for MP3 panel sound bank
21. USB Port for PC Programming
22. Siren
23. Battery On/Off switch (access via
removable cap)

10. Numeric Key 4 (Lone Occupant Key)


Used as a numeric key
The shortcut key used to enable the Lone
Occupant mode.

24. CR2032 battery for Time/Date retention

11. Numeric Key 1, 2 & 3 (Part Arm# 1, 2 & 3)


Used as a numeric keys
Shortcut for Part Arm# 1, 2 & 3 modes.

27. System Backup battery

12. Speaker

29. Micro SD card for Sound files

25. Tamper spring against case opening


26. Tilt tamper switch

28. Connection point for modules (i.e. GSM)

ENA-Panel Pack contents:

Specification:

1x Control panel
1x 12V 2A Power adaptor
1x Phone cable
1x Phone splitter
3x Screw & Wall plugs
2x Cable ties

Environmental conditions:
0c to 40c , relative humidity 85% noncondensing. Indoor use only
Radio
868.35MHz FM
Battery:
7.2V 1600mAh NI-MH Rechargable
Dimension:
238mm x 154mm x 40.6mm
Standard :
EN300-220-1
EN301489-1,3
EN60950
PD6662:2010 Grade 2 Class 2
BS8243:2010
Panel Siren:
>95 dBA@1 meter

Accessing the Engineer Menu

Step 1. Press the Engineer Menu key. The


screen will prompt you to enter the User PIN
code.
(default: 123400)

Engineer menu
u-code ......

zone settings
From the Zone Settings area, the screen will
display its programming menu as following:

.zone config
zone status

Step 2. Key-in your 6 digits Engineer PIN


code within 30 sec. The screen will prompt
you to enter the engineers code.
(default: 798200)

Engineer menu
u-code ......
Step 3. *Only shown if Area option is enabled*
Use the up/down keys to navigate. Select the
Area you would like to program.

.Area 1
Area 2

1.1
zone config
Zone Config allows you to set all available
devices. From the Zone Config, the screen
will display its programming menu as
following:

.add zone
Delete Zone
Edit zone
edit ext. siren
edit RSPS/ILPS

Step 4. Then, the LCD screen will display


the following selections for you to configure
related settings. *GSM option is only shown if
the optional GSM module is present.

.Zone settings
panel settings
Phone settings
ARC settings
User Settings
Engineer Code
GSM
Testing

NOTE
Available devices are listed as follow:










ENA-DC (Door Contact)


ENA-PIR, ENA-PETPIR1 (Std/Pet PIR)
ENA-KP (Remote Keypad)
ENA-BX (External Siren)
ENA-PB (Panic Button)
ENA-ILPS, ENA-RSPS (Power Switch)
ENA-KF (Remote Keyfob)
ENA-RP (Repeater)
ENA-SD (Smoke Detector)
ENA-DB (Door Bell Push button)
ENA-EIR (External PIR Motion Sensor)

ENA-ZE88 (Zone expander)

1.1.1
Add Zone
Overview
In Add Zone menu, it allows you to add
available devices.
Step 1. Select Add Zone and then press OK
to confirm the selection.

*push button on*


device to add

edit name
Step 7. The system will ask you to record a
voice message for the added device. Press ok
to confirm recording or return to exit.

name recording?
(y/n)

Step 2. Press the learn/test button on the


sensor or any button on the Remote Keypad.

Step 8. If you press ok to confirm recording,


the screen will display the follow messages
shortly.

Step 3. If the learning code is received


successfully by the control panel, the screen
will show you the device type. Press ok to
continue the learning process.

Start recording
after the beep

detected (ok?)
BX
*Note that BX is only used as an example
Step 4. Then it requires you to set different
device attributes which vary depending on the
devices you add. See device specific section
for details.
Step 5. The system will automatically assign
a non-occupied zone for an added device and
prompt a confirmation message. Press ok to
confirm.

installed (ok?)
BX
z02
*Note that BX Z02 is only used as an
example
Step 6. The system will require you to edit
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the name for the added device. Press the


down and up arrow key to scroll through a
list of pre-set names. You can enter up to 31
characters followed by ok or just press ok for
no name.

Now recording
end with OK
You have now got 5 seconds to record a
name for this device. Pressing ok can force
the recording to end before the 5 seconds
duration expires.

recording
was over
*push button on*
device to add
Once finished, the system is ready to add
the next device. When there are no more
devices to add, press return to go back to the
previous menu selection.
The following sections will describe the Add
Zone process for each specific device.

Add Zone
ENA-DC (Door Contact)
ENA-PIR (Motion detector)
ENA-PETPIR1 (Pet PIR)
ENA-EIR (External PIR)

knock, when the sensor is triggered twice


(or two different sensors) within an interval
of 5 minutes, the control panel will report to
Central Monitoring Station immediately.
Soak Test: if the action type is set as soak
test, when the device is triggered, the control
panel will only record an event log, but wont
report to Central Monitoring Station nor trigger
any siren. This selection will skip Arm Mode
and Sensor attribute selection.

Arm Mode

*push button on*


device to add

For each mode (Full Arm, Part Arm, Disarm),


the user needs to select the sensor attribute
which dictate its action under that mode. If
any mode is not defined, it will be set as the
default ignore attribute. Please ensure each
modes is defined, and when finish select
Next step to proceed.

Step 2. Press the learn/test button on the


Door Contact.

Sensor attribute

Step 1 Select Add Zone and then press ok to


confirm the selection.

Step 3. If the learning code is received


successfully by the Control panel, the screen
will show you the device type DC, IR
or EIR. Press ok to continue the learning
process.

detected (ok?)
DC
* Note that DC is only used as an example.
Step 4. It then requires you to set the
1) Action type
2) Arm mode
3) Sensor attribute

Action Type
Normal: if the action type is set as
normal, when it is triggered, the control panel
will report to Central Monitoring Station based
on its preset attribute.
Double: if the device is set as double

Instant: if triggered under Full Arm/ Part


Arm#1/ Part Arm#2/Part Arm#3/Exit delay
time/Entry delay time mode, an alarm will be
activated immediately and an event code 130
will be reported.
Delay 1 and Delay 2: If the device is
triggered during the Exit Delay or Entry Delay
period, no action will be taken. If device
triggered under Full Arm/ Part Arm#1/ Part
Arm#2/Part Arm#3 mode, the system will
require you to enter a valid pin code to disarm
the alarm within preset Entry Delay Time 1 (or
Entry Delay Time 2 if Delay 2). Otherwise an
alarm will be activated immediately and an
event code 131 will be reported.
Follow: If the device is triggered during exit/
entry delay period, no action will be taken. if
device triggered under Full Arm/ Part Arm#1/
Part Arm#2/Part Arm#3 mode , an alarm will
be activated immediately , and an event code
132 will be reported.
Chime: Device triggering will cause the
control panel to playback a door chime
sound. It will not alarm, report nor take any
further action.
Ignore: if the device attribute is set as
Ignore, the system will not respond to any
triggers initiated from this device.
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Panic: When triggered, a panic alarm will be


activated immediately and an event code 120
will be reported.
Silent Panic: When triggered, a silent panic
alarm will be activated immediately and an
event code 122 will be reported.
Step 5. The following screens will be shown
only if you failed to define every Arm Mode.
All undefined modes will have the Ignored
attribute assigned. Press No/Return to move
back one step to define, or OK to proceed.

will some items


be disable?(Y/N)
are you sure
to exit? (Y/N)
Step 6. The system will automatically assign
a non-occupied zone for the added device
and prompt a confirmation message. Press
ok to confirm.

installed (ok?)
DC
z02
Step 7. The system will require you to edit
the name for the added device. Press the
down and up arrow key to scroll through a
list of pre-set names. You can enter up to 31
characters followed by ok or just press ok for
no name.

edit name
Step 8. The system will ask you to record a
voice message for the added device. Press ok
to confirm recording or return to give up.

name recording?
(y/n)
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Step 9. If you press ok to confirm recording,

the screen will display the follow messages


shortly.

Start recording
after the beep
Now recording
end with OK
You have now got 5 seconds to record a
name for this device. Pressing ok can force
the recording to end before the 5 seconds
duration expires.

recording
was over
*push button on*
device to add
Once finished, the system is ready to add
the next device. When there are no more
devices to add, press return to go back to the
previous menu selection.

Add Zone

installed (ok?)
kp
z02

ENA-KP (Remote Keypad)


Step 1 Select Add Zone and then press ok to
confirm the selection.

*push button on*


device to add
Step 2. Using the keypad, press and hold the
number 8 and 9 keys together to transmit a
learn signal.
Step 3. If the learning code is received
successfully by the Control panel, the screen
will show you the device type KP. Press ok
to continue the learning process.

detected (ok?)
KP
Step 4. It then requires you to define the
Home button (also known as the Part arm
button) for the Keypad. Once chosen, the
home/part arm button on the keypad will
always arm the selected function when
pressed.

Please assign
home button
.part
part
part
lone

arm #1
arm #2
arm #3
occup.

* Note that part arm 2 and 3 is only shown


if enabled.
Step 5. The system will automatically assign
a non-occupied zone for the added device
and prompt a confirmation message. Press
ok to confirm.

Step 6. The system will require you to edit


the name for the device you added. Press the
down and up arrow key to scroll through a
list of pre-set names. You can enter up to 31
characters followed by ok or just press ok for
no name.

edit name
Step 7. The system will ask you to record a
voice message for the added device. Press ok
to confirm recording or return to give up.

name recording?
(y/n)
Step 8. If you press ok to confirm the
recording, the screen will display the follow
messages shortly.

Start recording
after the beep
Now recording
end with OK
You have now got 5 seconds to record a
name for this device. Pressing ok can force
the recording to end before the 5 seconds
duration expires.

recording
was over
*push button on*
device to add
Once finished, the system is ready to add
the next device. When there are no more
devices to add, press return to go back to the
previous menu selection.
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Add Zone
ENA-KF (Remote KeyFob)
Step 1. Select Add Zone and then press ok to
confirm the selection.

*push button on*


device to add
Step 2. Press any key on the keyfob to
transmit a learn signal.
Step 3. If the learning code is received
successfully by the Control panel, the screen
will show you the device type Remote Ctr.
Press ok to continue the learning process.

detected (ok?)
remote ctr
Step 4. Each keyfob must be assigned to a
unique defined user. Please choose a user to
be associated with this keyfob.

.user 01
user 02
user 03
* Only defined user are shown.
Step 5. Define the functionality for each of the
four buttons, or select next step to accept the
default setting.

.1=full arm
2=Panic
3=part Arm #1
4=Disarm
next step
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A list of attributes for button assignments:

. full arm
part Arm #1
part Arm #2
part Arm #3
lone occup.
disarm
panic
silent panic
medical emg
fire
rsps/ilps
ze88
* RSPS/ILPS and ZE88 are only shown when
present in the system.
Step 6. If RSPS/ILPS is selected, please
define whether the button will be used to
switch On, swith Off or to toggle between the
On and Off state.

.turn on
turn off
toggle
Step 7. Select Next Step when all 4 buttons
are defined.
Step 8. The system will automatically assign
a non-occupied zone for the added device
and prompt a confirmation message. Press
ok to confirm.

installed (ok?)
kF
z02
Step 9. The system will require you to edit
the name for the added device. Press the
down and up arrow key to scroll through a
list of pre-set names. You can enter up to 31
characters followed by ok or just press ok for
no name.

edit name

Add Zone
ENA-BX (External Siren)

Step 10. The system will ask you to record a


voice message for the added device. Press ok
to confirm recording or return to give up.

name recording?
(y/n)
Step 11. If you press ok to confirm recording,
the screen will display the follow messages
shortly.

Start recording
after the beep
Now recording
end with OK
You have now got 5 seconds to record a
name for this device. Pressing ok can force
the recording to end before the 5 seconds
duration expires.

recording
was over
*push button on*
device to add
Once finished, the system is ready to add
the next device. When there are no more
devices to add, press return to go back to the
previous menu selection.

Step 1. Remove the siren cover, switch the


Siren power switch to On. Ensure the dip
switch 4 is in the Off position.
Step 2. Select Add Zone and then press ok to
confirm the selection.

*push button on*


device to add
Step 3. Press the learn button only ONCE on
the siren to transmit a learn signal. The Siren
will beep once and the siren Led 1 & 3 will
flash once.
Step 4. If the learning code is received
successfully by the Control panel, the screen
will show you the device type Bx. Press ok
to continue the learning process.

detected (ok?)
bx
Step 5. ONLY SHOWN IF AREA 2 IS ACTIVE.
If area 2 is active, please define whether
the siren will only trigger when this area is
activated, or it will always trigger when either
area is activate (whole system).

single area
whole system
Step 6. The system will automatically assign
a non-occupied zone for the added device
and prompt a confirmation message. Press
ok to confirm.

installed (ok?)
Bx
z02
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Step 9. The system will require you to edit


the name for the added device. Press the
down and up arrow key to scroll through a
list of pre-set names. You can enter up to 31
characters followed by ok or just press ok for
no name.

edit name
Step 10. The system will ask you to record a
voice message for the added device. Press ok
to confirm recording or return to give up.

name recording?
(y/n)
Step 11. If you press ok to confirm recording,
the screen will display the follow messages
shortly.

Start recording
after the beep
Now recording
end with OK
You have now got 5 seconds to record a
name for this device. Pressing ok can force
the recording to end before the 5 seconds
duration expires.

recording
was over
*push button on*
device to add
Once finished, the system is ready to add
the next device. When there are no more
devices to add, press return to go back to the
previous menu selection.

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Add Zone
ENA-ZE88 (Zone Expander)
Step 1 Select Add Zone and then press ok to
confirm the selection.

*push button on*


device to add
Step 2. Press the learn button on the ZE-88.
Step 3. If the learning code is received
successfully by the Control panel, the screen
will show you the device type. Press ok to
continue the learning process.

detected (ok?)
ze88
Step 4. Define both input and output
attributes.

input config
output config
Input Config
Step 5. Select an input.

.input
input
input
input
input
input
input
input

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Step 6. Set a condition.

.disable
nc
no
Disable: Remains deactivated in all four
states, i.e. (Open) / 0 (Short) / 3.9 k
(Switch On) / 7.8 k (Switch Off)
N.C. & N.O. response table as below:
Input Terminal

Input N.C.

(Open)
0 (Short)
3.9 k (Switch On)
7.8 k (Switch Off)

Input N.O.

Activate
Activate
Activate
Activate
Deactivate
Activate
Activate
Deactivate

Step 7. Please set an input action type and


input attribute.

Action Type
Normal: if the action type is set as normal,
when it is triggered, the control panel will
report to Central Monitoring Station based on
its preset attribute.
Double: if the device is set as double knock,
when the input device is triggered twice (or
two different input devices) within an interval
of 5 minutes, the control panel will report to
Central Monitoring Station immediately.
Soak Test: if the action type is set as soak
test, when the device is triggered, the control
panel will only record an event log, but wont
report to Central Monitoring Station nor
trigger any siren. This selection will skip Arm
Mode and Sensor attribute selection.

time/Entry delay time mode, an alarm will be


activated immediately and an event code 130
will be reported.
Delay 1 and Delay 2: If the device is
triggered during the Exit Delay or Entry Delay
period, no action will be taken. If device
triggered under Full Arm/ Part Arm#1/ Part
Arm#2/Part Arm#3 mode, the system will
require you to enter a valid pin code to disarm
the alarm within preset Entry Delay Time 1 (or
Entry Delay Time 2 if Delay 2). Otherwise an
alarm will be activated immediately and an
event code 131 will be reported.
Follow: If the device is triggered during exit/
entry delay period, no action will be taken. if
device triggered under Full Arm/ Part Arm#1/
Part Arm#2/Part Arm#3 mode , an alarm will
be activated immediately , and an event code
132 will be reported.
Chime: Device triggering will cause the
control panel to playback door chime sound.
It will not alarm, report nor take any further
action.
Ignore: if the device attribute is set as
Ignore, the system will not respond to any
triggers initiated from this device.

Output Config
Step 8. Select an output.

.output
output
output
output
output
output
output
output

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Step 9. Set an attribute for the output.

Input attribute
Instant: if triggered under Full Arm/ Part
Arm#1/ Part Arm#2/Part Arm#3/Exit delay

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.disable
manual control
set/unset(all)
full arm
part arm
burglar
fire
Panic/Emg
Duress
All Alarm
low battery
tamper
ac failed
input follower
Attribute List:
Disable: Under all modes, the Output is
permanently disable/deactivate.
Manual: Under all modes, the output can
only be triggered manually by the user.
Set/Unset: When the system switches to
Full Arm/ Part Arm#1/ Part Arm#2/Part Arm#3
mode/Disarm mode, ZE88 Output activates.
Full Arm : When the system enters Full
Arm mode or Disarm mode, ZE-88 Output
activates.
Part Arm : When the system enters Part
Arm#1/ Part Arm#2/Part Arm#3 or Disarm
mode, ZE-88 Output activates.
Burglar, Fire, Panic/Emg, Duress, All Alarm,
Low battery, Tamper, AC Failed: When the
system experiences these events, the output
will be activated.
Input Follower :When the defined ZE88
Input activates, this ZE88 Output activates.
Step 9. Set the Entry Interval for the output.
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entry interval
... (Sec)
Notes:
If Entry interval value is not entered: The wired
output device is activated until the Control
Panel is disarmed.
If Entry interval value is entered: The wired
output device is activated for the time period
as defined in Entry Interval (max 254 secs), or
until the Control Panel is disarmed within the
time period.
Step 10. The Control Panel will transmit
the RF signal to the ZE88 and shows
Transmitting RF Please wait.
Step 11. Once the ZE88 receives the signal, a
confirmation signal will be transmitted back to
the Control Panel and the number of seconds
will be saved.

Add Zone
ENA-SD (Smoke Detector)
ENA-PB (Panic Button)
ENA-DB (Door Button)
For Smoke Detector, Panic Button, or
Door Button , no further options needs to
be specified. Therefore, after the device is
detected, please proceed to edit name and
confirm the device.

Add Zone
ENA-RSPS/ILPS
*Exception
For RSPS/ILPS, please see the accessoriess
instruction for programming procedures.
it cannot be added using the Add Zone
procedure.

1.1.2
delete zone
Adding a device for a second time is
prohibited unless it is removed from the
system first. To delete a device, choose Delete
Zone in the Zone Config. Menu.
Step 1. Navigate using the up/down keys. All
the used zones with the device names are
listed in order of the zone numbers.
Step 2. Press ok key when the required
device is chosen. The following prompt
message will be displayed. Press ok key to
confirm deleting or return key to return.

remove (ok?)
BX
z01
*NOTE that BX Z01 is only used as an
example.

1.1.3

It allows you to edit the attributes of added


sirens. The settings are applied universally to
all sirens in the system.

.siren length
siren offset
confirm sound
entry sound
siren tamper
comfort LED
Siren Length
Select the desired Length and the control
panel will display Please wait..Transmitting
to indicate the control panel is transmitting.
If the external siren emits a short beep, the
process is completed successfully.
Siren offset
This is to determine how long the control
panel suppresses the audible alarms after
an alarm is reported. This option allows the
control panel to dial-out/report in silence
without alerting the intruder. The siren will ring
after the pre-set time.

edit zone
To edit attributes of devices that have already
been installed, choose Edit Zone in the Zone
Config. menu, all the devices included in the
system will be displayed.
Afterwards you will be prompt to set type
and attributes. Please see 1.1.1 Add Zone
for detailed instruction for setting/editing the
device attributes.

1.1.4
edit ext. Siren
This selection is only available when there is at
least one siren learnt into the system.
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Confirm Sound
This is to set additional confirmation beeps
for notifying users of the system situation.
Please enable or disable this function. See
table:
Arm Mode
-NORMAL:
Arm/Home

Disarm

Step 1 Select and then press ok to confirm


the selection. A list of 8 channels will be
shown.

Siren Audio Strobe light

1 beep

3 LED flashes
at once

2 beeps

Sequentially
flashes for 1
cycle

-UNDER LOW BATTERY:


Arm
5 beeps

3 LED flashes
at once

Disarm

Sequentially
flashes for 1
cycle

5 beeps

-UNDER TAMPER:
Arm
5 beeps

3 LED flashes
for 3 times

Disarm

Sequentially
flashes for 1
cycle

2 beeps

Entry Sound
This is to enable or disable the all sirens entry
delay warning beeps.
Siren Tamper
This is to enable or disable all siren tamper
springs.
Comfort LED
If enabled, the siren LED will flash periodically
according to the set interval. Select disable to
disable this function.

1.1.5
Edit RSPS/ILPS
ENA-RSPS/ILPS (Power Switch)
* Before learning a Power switch into the
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system, at least one accessory (i.e. PIR) must


be learnt into the system first.

*Channel
Channel
Channel
channel
channel
channel
channel
channel

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

* An occupied/defined channel will be


denoted with an asterisk.
Step 2. For each channel, please choose one
of the following attributes

*disable
manual control
set/unset(all)
full arm
part arm
burglar
fire
gas
water
panic
silent panic
medical
Disable (factory default)
Manual Control: the power switch can only
be controlled manually.
Set/Unset (All): When Set/Unset is selected,
Turn On/Turn Off options will be displayed.
When set as Turn On and the system is
disarmed, the power switch will turn off. When
system is armed (full arm/part arm) it will turn
on.

When set as Turn Off and system is disarmed,


power switch will turn on. When system is
armed (full arm/part arm) it will turn off.
Full Arm/Part Arm: When the system is
armed, power switch will turn on/off (depends
on setting); when the system is disarmed later
it will toggle to the opposite state.
Burglar, Fire, Gas, Water, Panic, Silence
Panic, Medical: When these events are
detected, power switch will turn on/off
(depends on setting); when the system is
disarmed later it will toggle to the opposite
state.
Step 3. For the selected attribute (except
manual control), the system will ask you to set
the condition of power switch as Turn On or
Turn Off. That will be the initial action when
the event occurs.

1.2
zone status
Zone Status allows you to view the status of
added devices quickly. From the Zone Status
area, the screen will display the zone info as
following:

start
v
pir
z01
r:7 b:n t:c
Using the example above:
PIR: This will show the added device, i.e. KP,
DC, PIR etc.

.turn on
turn off
toggle

Z01: This is the assigned zone


Step 4. The system will require you to edit the
name for the added device. You can enter up
to 31 characters followed by ok or just press
return for no name.

edit name

Step 5. Editing process completed for RSPS/
ILPS.

R:7 : Receive signal strength indicator (RSSI).


The max signal strength is 9, while 5 is the
minimum recommended.
B:N: This shows the device battery status
N= Normal
L= Low
T:C: This shows the device tamper status
C= Closed
O= Open

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Control Panel Mode and Response table


Action Type

Attribute

Disarm

Full/Part Arm

Exit

Entry

Full/Part Arm

Full/Part Arm

Lone
Occupant

Full/Part Arm

Normal

Delay 1

No response

Start Entry timer No response

No response

Chime + LCD
(bypass)

Normal

Delay 2

No response

Start Entry timer No response

No response

Chime + LCD
(bypass)

Normal

Follow

No response

Instant Burglar
alarm

No response

No response

Chime + LCD
(bypass)

Normal

Instant

No response

Instant Burglar
alarm

Instant Burglar
alarm

Instant Burglar
alarm

Chime + LCD
(bypass)

Normal

Chime

Chime

Chime

No response

No response

Chime + LCD
(bypass)

Normal

Ignore

No response

No response

No response

No response

No response

Double knock

Instant

No response

Instant Burglar
alarm

Instant Burglar
alarm

Instant Burglar
alarm

Chime + LCD
(bypass)

Double knock

Ignore

No response

No response

No response

No response

No response

Soak

No attribute

Log

Log

Log

Log

Log

None

Panic

Instant Panic
alarm

Instant Panic
alarm

Instant Panic
alarm

Instant Panic
alarm

Instant Panic
alarm

None

Silent Panic

Instant Silent
Panic alarm

Instant Silent
Panic alarm

Instant Silent
Panic alarm

Instant Silent
Panic alarm

Instant Silent
Panic alarm

None

Medical Emg

Instant
Medical alarm

Instant Medical
alarm

Instant Medical Instant Medical Instant Medical


alarm
alarm
alarm

None

Fire

Instant Fire
alarm

Instant Fire
alarm

Instant Fire
alarm

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Instant Fire
alarm

Instant Fire
alarm

down period where it allows a user to enter


pincodes before the system starts reporting.

panel settings

Entry Delay 2
Please define the delay time between Disable
to 45 seconds in 5 seconds increments.
When a sensor with Delay 2 attribute is
triggered when armed, it will start a count
down period where it allows a user to enter
pincodes before the system starts reporting.

From the Panel Settings area, the screen will


display its programming menu as following:

.delay time
sound and tone
panel siren
final door
KF entry option
mobility check
partarm rename
Lone occup. map
pincode length
area 2 on/off
rf interference
supervision
part arm option

Exit Timer
When the system enters Full Arm/Part Arm
#1/Part Arm #2/ Part Arm #3 mode from
disarm mode, an exit time delay allows a user
to exit the secured area without triggering the
alarm. An exit time needs to be set for each
arm modes. The maximum time for an exit
delay is 30 seconds.

.full
part
part
part

arm
arm #1
arm #2
arm #3

exit delay
30 sec

2.1
Delay time
This option is for settng the entry and exit
period; i.e. allows a small window where the
user can enter pincode/exit building without
setting off the alarm.

.entry delay 1
entry delay 2
exit timer
Entry Delay 1
Please define the delay time between Disable
to 45 seconds in 5 seconds increments.
When a sensor with Delay 1 attribute is
triggered when armed, it will start a count

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2.2
sound and tone
It allows you to set sound and tone volume.
From the Sound And Tone menu, the
screen will display its programming menu as
following:

.ibutton volume
entry sound 1
entry sound 2
exit sound
door chime
fault beep
ring tone
keypad tone
iButton Volume: Control the volume of the
panel instruction voice (accessible by the i
button on panel). Available options are Low,
Medium and High. (Medium is set as default)
Entry Sound 1/2: It allows to you to decide
whether the control panel should sound
count-down beeps and the volume of beeps
during entry delay 1/2. Available options are
Low, Medium, High and Disable. (Medium is
set as default). You are able to choose the
sound type after setting the volume. Choose
Sound or Beep. If Sound is selected, a list of
10 sounds is displayed for selection. If Beep is
selected, a preset beep tone will sound during
countdown.
Exit Sound: It allows to you to decide whether
the control panel should sound count-down
beeps and the volume of beeps during exit
delay (exit timer). Available options are Low,
Medium, High and Disable. (Medium is set as
default). You are able to choose the sound
type after setting the volume. Choose Sound
or Beep. If Sound is selected, a list of 10
sounds is displayed for selection. If Beep is
selected, a preset beep tone will sound during
countdown.
Door Chime, Fault Beep : Define whether
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the control panel should sound when these


events occur and the volume of beeps.
Available options are Low, Medium, High and
Disable. (Medium is set as default)
Ring Tone
It allows to you to decide whether the control
panel should sound if the control panel
receives an incoming call. Available options
are Enable and Disable. (Enable is set as
default)
Keypad Tone
It allows to you to decide whether the control
panel should sound if the keypad is pressed.
Available options are Enable and Disable.
(Enable is set as default)

2.3
panel siren
It allows you to set the control panels builtin siren to how long it sounds and the delay
period (allowing for silent reporting). From the
Panel Siren menu, the screen will display its
programming menu as following:

. siren length
siren offset
Siren Length
Available options are 90 seconds, 2 minup
to 15 min in 1 minute increment.
Siren Offset
When an alarm occurs, the panel siren offset
will delay the audible panel alarm sounding
allowing for silent reporting. Once this delay
period is over, the panel siren will resume
sounding. Available options are Disable
(sound immediately), 1 min, 2 minup to 10
min in 1 minute increment.
Note:
1. If a reporting cant be made via PSTN
or GSM, the Siren Offset function will be
disabled. The panel will sound immediately.
2. For Panic/Firm alarm, the Offset will be
ignored and the alarm will sound immediately.
Usage example: If you set the panels siren

offset as 3 minutes and BXs siren offset as 5


minutes, when an alarm is triggered, the panel
will delay 3 minutes for silent reporting and
then sound the panel siren. Five minutes later,
the BX siren will sound.
3. If a sensor is set as Delay 1/2, when it is
triggered and no correct pin code is entered
during the delay time 1/2, the offset will be
ignored and the alarm will sound immediately.

2.4
final door
When the system is under full arm mode with
Final Door set to On and a Door Contact set
as Delay 1/2 attribute device, the system
will automatically arm the system once the
Door Contact is detected as closed- even if
the count-down period is not yet completed.
(Final Door On is set as factory default)

2.5
kf entry option
kf entry on
.kf entry off
When KF Entry On (Remote Controller
Entry On) is selected, the keyfob can arm
and disarm the control panel without first
activating an entry point (Delay 1/2 sensor),
i.e. a user can disarm from outside.
When KF Entry Off (Remote Controller Entry
Off) is selected, it is not possible to disarm
the Control panel without first activating an
entry point (Delay 1/2 sensor), i.e. a user
cannot disarm from outside. This is the factory
default.

2.6
mobility check
This function is designed to avoid an accident

(e.g. loss of consciousness) happening to


the home occupant without anyone noticing.
Under all modes, when the system does not
detect any user movement within the pre-set
mobility period, an inactivity (alarm) report will
be sent to the monitoring center. The display
will show a warning message and the siren
will sound.

.Disable
4 hours
8 hours
12 hours
Options available are Disable (no mobility
detecting), 4 Hours, 8 Hours and 12 Hours
(Disable is set as factory default).

2.7
PartArm rename
This is for you to rename Part Arm systems.
The screen will display the selections for you
to change.

.part arm #1
part arm #2
part arm #3
Select a part arm mode and press ok key to
rename. Enter a new name and press ok to
confirm the setting.

2.8
lone occup. map
Choose an arm mode (full arm, part arm
1/2/3) where the lone occupant mode will be
based on.
For example, if Part arm 1 ignored Sensor A,
and Lone occup. map is assigned to Part Arm
1, when user arm with Lone occupant mode
it will automatically ignore Sensor A even
without user triggering/bypassing it.
This should normally be set to Full arm unless
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special requirements arises.

2.9
Pincode length
This is for you to set the length of control
panel pincode. (6 digits is set as factory
default)

.6 digits
4 digits
If a pincode of 4 digits was already set, by
changing this option to 6 digits it will cause
00 to be added to the end of the current
pincode. i.e. 1234 becomes 123400
On the other hand if a pincode of 6 digits was
already set, by selecting the 4 digits options it
will cause the last 2 digits to be deleted the.
i.e. 123456 becomes 1234

2.10
area 2 On/off
.area 2 on
area 2 off
*For Advance user only
This control panel can support two distinct
areas, and it is used when one alarm system
is shared by two distinct households each
with their sensors and unique set-up.
Area 2 Off is set as factory default.

2.11
RF Interference
Define whether the control panel should
detect radio signal interference/jamming.
Detection Off is set as factory default.
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.jam detect on
jam detect off
When selected, whenever it detects a
jamming signal in excess of 30 seconds, this
fault event will be logged, reported to the
Central Monitoring Station and displayed on
the LCD to warn the user.
IMPORTANT NOTE
This feature is only available for Area 1.
Changes made in Area 1 apply to both Areas
1 & 2 (if defined).

2.12
supervision
Security sensors such as PIR, Door Contact
and Siren transmit a periodic supervision
signal at an interval of 20 minutes (approx).
This transmission period is fixed.
If the control panel does not receive such
a signal at a pre-defined amount of time,
a sensor out-of-order fault event will be
detected and reported. The range of possible
time values are:

Disable
20 min
1 hour
.2 hours
......
24 hours
The default setting is 2 hours (required by
Grade 2). i.e. If the panel didnt receive at
least one transmission from a supervisionenabled sensor within the space of 2 hours,
this event will be reported.

2.13

part arm option

phone settings

Choose Part Arm 2 or 3 to be enable. Both


are disabled by default. Please note that Part
Arm#1 is always enabled.

This is for the installer to set phone reporting


requirements. Selections are listed as below.

.part arm #2
part arm #3

.phone number
messages
retry method
line detection
sms setup
engineer tel
3.1
phone number
It allows you to set phone numbers for
reporting purpose. Reporting The maximum
length is 20 digits, including *. Use the * key
if you want to insert 3 seconds gap during
dialing (for switchboard etc). If this length is
reached, the control panel will sound 5 beeps
and no key can be pressed except return and
ok keys.
The system supports up to 6 sets of
telephone numbers for PSTN and 6 sets of
numbers for GSM/GPRS. GSM/GPRS only
shown if present in the system. Press ok to
set the numbers:

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. 1p)....
1g)....
2p)....
2g)....
3p)....
3g)....
4p)....
4g)....
5p)....
5g)....
6p)....
6g)....
* P= PSTN , G= GSM/GPRS
* Note that 1P) will be reported before 1G)
and 2P) etc.

tel number
................
Change/Delete Tel. Numbers:
Select a phone number of which you wish to
change. Enter new numbers to overwrite the
previous ones or press return to eliminate the
telephone number.

3.2
messages
It allows you to play and record voice
messages for address, burglar, fire, panic and
emergency alarms for reporting purpose.

.play message
record message
3.2.1
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play message
It allows you to play recorded voice messages
for burglar, fire, panic and emergency alarms.
The address message will be played at the
start of each of the 4 messages. Select one to
play the voice message. If no voice message
is available, the system will display a warning
message.

.burglar msg
fire msg
panic msg
emergency msg
3.2.2
record message
It allows you to record voice messages for
address, burglar, fire, panic and emergency
alarms.

.address msg
burglar msg
fire msg
panic msg
emergency msg
*The system only allows you to record of a
max of 5 seconds of voice.

Start recording
after the beep
Now recording
end with OK
recording
was over

3.3

3.5

retry method

sms setup


Retry method is used to define the preferred
dial sequence. (Alternative is set as default. )

one by one
.alternative
One-by-One
It will try one set of numbers 5 times, before
moving onto the next set of available number
for 5 times etc. There is an 8 seconds gap
between calls.
Alternative (default)
It will try the first set of numbers once, then
move onto the next set of numbers. It will dial
out for a maximum of 5 cycles. There is an 8
seconds gap between calls.

3.4
line detection
Line Detection is used to detect line faults
whenever a phone line error occurs, i.e.
phone line was cut off. Available options are
Enable and Disable (Disable is set as factory
default).

enable
.disable
If the phone function is not used and the
telephone line is not connected, please set
it as disable to avoid the line detection fault
message.

This option is only available if the ENA-GPRS


module is plugged in. This enables the panel
to send SMS alert to another mobile phone in
the event of Alarm and Fault.

.1)....
2)....
sms number
................
Enter the receiving mobile phone number.

.alarm
fault
.report on
report off
Determine whether to send alert during Alarm
or Fault condition. Both can be set to Report
On at the same time.

.alarm(v)
Fault
mode
*note that Mode is only displayed if Latch
Report (See section: ARC settings) is set to
Latch On.
The option you select to be enabled will
display a check mark as illustrated below.

3.6
engineer tel
The alarm installer can pre-set a telephone
number (shortcut) of which helps the end-user
to get in touch with their installer quickly.
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.1p)....
2g)....

4
ARC settings

Installer needs to set a number for PSTN


Landline (P) and GPRS (G) if applicable.

telephone number
................
Enter a phone number and press ok to save
the setting. The maximum number of digits is
20.
End-user accessing the Engineer Tel
Step 1. Press and hold up for 5 seconds.
The pre-set PSTN phone number or GPRS
phone number will be displayed. Nothing will
be shown if no numbers set. If both PSTN
and GPRS number are set, user will be
required to choose one.

engineer number:
022334455.......

The control panel can send reporting


messages using Contact ID format to Alarm
Receiving center.

4.1
arc off
If the ARC function is disabled (default), the
system will display selections as below.

.arc on/off
4.2
ARC On

Step 2. Press ok to dial out.


If the ARC function is enabled, the system will
display selections as below.

.arc on/off
communication
settings
4.2.1
communication

Please define the communication
method:

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.tel. settings
back-up
sms setting

.1)....
2)....
Set the two account numbers corresponding
with the 2 telephone numbers. i.e. 1P) and
1G) will use the first account number, 2P) and
2G) will use the second account number.

4.2.1.1
tel.settings

Set the telephone number for the Alarm


Receiving center and the Subscription
Account number for that center.

.tel.number
account

enter acc num:


................
Key in a desired account number and press
ok to confirm your setting.

4.2.1.2
back-up

Step 1. Set the telephone number for the


Alarm receiving center. P denotes dialing via
PSTN landline, and G denotes dialing via
GPRS/GSM methods.

.1p)....
1g)....
2p)....
2g)....
For each numbers, you will be ask whether if
the number is given priority or it is a back-up
number.

first priority
.back-up
tel number
................
Under the Account menu, it allows you to set
the 4 or 6-digit Account Number given by the
Alarm Receiving center.

.back-up none
back-up 1
Back-up None: the reporting via a phone
number which is set as back-up will not
proceed.
Back-up 1: the reporting via a phone number
which is set as a back-up will proceed.

4.2.1.3
sms setting

.1)....
2)....
enter new numbe:
................
Enter the telephone number for SMS
reporting.
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4.2.2
settings
In the Settings menu, it contains the following
selections:

.auto-check-in
offset period
latch report
verification
retry method
follow on
ac report
4.2.2.1

.1 hour
2 hours
...
12 hours
4.2.2.3
latch report
Latch report is sent while system mode is
changed (e.g. from full arm mode to disarm
mode). Factory default is Latch off

latch on
.latch off

auto-check-in

4.2.2.4

The panel can be program to automatically


contact the alarm receiving center to ensure
the systems continuous operation

verification

.disable
30 min
...
4 weeks
4.2.2.2
offset period
If Offset Period is set to 2 Hours, and Auto
Check-in Report is set to 3 Days, the control
panel will transmit an event code to the
Alarm Receiving center after 2 hours (after
initial power on), and then report event code
periodically at a regular intervals of 3 days.
Options available are 1 Hour, 2 Hours to 12
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Hours in 1 hour increments. (2 Hours is set as


default)

Verification ON
Panel will report Burglar alarm (event code
130) to the Alarm receiving center when:
1) There are more than one PIR motion sensor
or Door Contact whose attribute is set as
Instant
2) One of these sensor is triggered.
If a second such instant sensor is triggered
within the next 30 minutes, the panel will
report an alarm confirm signal (event code
139) to the Alarm receiving center.
Verification OFF
The Panel will only send the first burglar alarm
report (event code 130) to the Alarm receiving
center. The alarm confirm report will not be
send even if a second instant sensor is

triggered.

.verif. off
verif. on
4.2.2.5
retry method
Retry method is use to define the preferred
dial sequence. (Alternative is set as default. )

one by one
.alternative
One-by-One
It will try one set of numbers for 5 times,
before moving onto the next set of available
number for 5 times etc. There is an 8 seconds
gap between calls.
Alternative (default)
It will try the first set of number once, then
move onto the next set of numbers. It will dial
out for a maximum of 5 cycles. There is an 8
seconds gap between calls.

4.2.2.6
follow on

.follow on
call back timer
Follow On- If enabled, once the system
reported an alarm event, a two way voice
conversation will start between the Alarm
receiving center and the control panels built in
hand-free phone. Default= Disable
Call Back Timer- When enabled, in the
defined time it will wait for incoming calls
(from any external numbers). Once there is
an incoming call (within the set time period),
it will open up a two way voice conversation
automatically. Default= Disable
*Call back timer will only be enabled if
Follow On is disabled. Otherwise this will be
automatically disabled.

4.2.2.7
ac report
This is for you to decide whether the control
panel should report to the Alarm Receiving
center when the mains power source had
failed. (Report On is set as factory default.)

.report on
report off

When an alarm is triggered and reported to


an Alarm receiving center, the control panel
can open up a two way voice conversation
between the Alarm receiving center and the
control panels built in hand-free phone.
It will cut off automatically after 5 minutes. It
will beep once with 30 seconds remaining
and beep a second time when there are 10
seconds left. Press 1 anytime after the first
beep (last 30 seconds) to extend for a further
5 minutes.
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M: representing if the user is set to be the


Master user control. (default =enable)

User settings

1/2 : representing if the user is set to


have access to Area 1, Area 2 or both. (3
selections: 1/2/B, default=B)

It allows you to set up user code, use-once


code and user attributes.

.user code
use-once code
user attribute
User Code
It allows you to set up 32 sets of user codes.

.1)....
2)....
Use-Once Code
This code can be use to arm and then disarm
(or disarm and then arm) the system once.
Once used, the code will be automatically
erased and needs to be reset for a new
temporary users.

enter new code


......
repeat new code
......
User Attribute
It allows you to set different access rights for
each users. Use up and down to navigate
between different users (start from 01). Use 1
and 3 to navigate left and right for adjusting
attributes. Press OK to browse through
attribute options. Press return to exit
1
no m/fa1234tbplg
2
01 vbvvvvvvvvvvv

* V= enable, space= disable.


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F: representing if the user is set to have


access to Fault List. (default=enable)
A: representing if the user is set to have
access to Full/Away arm the system.
(default=enable)
1: representing if the user is set to have
access to Part Arm#1. (default=enable)
2: representing if the user is set to have
access to Part Arm#2. (default=enable)
3: representing if the user is set to have
access to Part Arm#3. (default=enable)
4: representing if the user is set to have
access to the Lone Occupant mode.
(default=enable)
T: representing if the user is set to have
access to Time Setting. (default=enable)
B: representing if the user is set to have
access to Bypass. (default=enable)
P: representing if the user is set to have
access to On/Off access to RSPS/ILPS and
ZE88. (default=enable)
L: representing if the user is set to have
access to Event Log. (default=enable)
G: representing if the user is set to have
access to GPRS/GSM (only appears
when GPRS/GSM module is inserted).
(default=enable)
S: representing if the user is limited to follow
scheduling. i.e. If schedule 3 is Monday to
Friday- 9am to 5pm, by assigning the user to
this schedule means that they cannot access
the system outside of the schedule hours.
(4 selections: 1/2/3/None, default=none)
*This option is only shown if panel is access
through PC USB Program.

7.2

engineer code

sms confirm

Engineer can change their engineer code


here. The default engineer code is 798200.

This feature allows you to modify the dialing


code should the remote command via SMS
message fail to work. Ignore this option
should this function works correctly.

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Gsm
It allows you to set up GSM related functions,
including SMS keyword, SMS confirmation
message and GSM band.

.sms k-word
sms confirm
gsm band
7.1
sms k-word
A password (k-Word) is required for sending
remote commands to the system via SMS
message. If no SMS k-word is set, the remote
commanding feature will NOT be available.
Key-in your desired password for maximum of
14 characters. Press OK to confirm.

Step 1. Remove the SIM card from the control


panel, and insert it into a normal Mobile
phone.
Step 2. Send a SMS message to another
Mobile phone.
Step 3. Once the test message is received,
check the Phone Number Format shown in
the received message. As default, the panel
dial without the country code.
INCLUDE
Country Code: +44987654321
EXCLUDE
Country Code: 0987654321
If the number shown is Exclude country
code, this feature works normally.
If the number shown is Include country
code, please proceed to modify the header
codes.

replace number
................
using the example above, enter 44 (ignore
+)

substitue no.
................
Enter 0 as the number to be replace.
The system will now dial 44987654321
instead of 0987654321 and the remote
command should now work correctly.
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being strongest). Once finished press return


to exit. It will then shown:

7.3

to display
testing records

gsm band
Please check with your Local GSM/GPRS
SIM card provider for the GSM Band info. The
default is set as 900E/1800

.900e/1800
900e/1900

dc
z01
r=09 02:55:20

Press return key to exit. You will be shown:

testing
This is for installer to test the system and
installed devices.

.walk test
device test

8.2
device test

walk test
walk test

It allows you to test GSM, panel/external siren


and LCD/LED.

It allows you to test if the system receives a


signal from installed devices. The following
message is displayed when the device is
triggered:

dc
z01
........r=09
*note DC Z01 is only used as an example.
Device type and Zone number is shown on
the top line. R indicates the signal strength (9
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do you want
to quit?
Press ok key to exit.

8.1

Press OK and use the up & down key to


navigate the test history (with time info shown)
from the current test session.

.External siren
panel siren
panel led & lcd
GSM
* note that External Siren and GSM are only
shown if present.

8.2.1
external siren

It allows you to test siren sounds of all


external siren simultaneously.

Press ok to
sound siren

Press OK to start sounding, and press OK
again to stop.

8.2.2
panel siren
It allows you to test the siren sound of the
Control panel built-in siren.

Press ok to
sound siren
Press OK to start sounding, and press OK
again to stop.

8.2.3
panel led & lcd
It allows you to test the Panel LED and LCD.
Once selected, the both the screen and the
LEDs on the control panel will start flashing.
The panel will also starts beeping.

8.2.4
gsm
It allows you to test whether the GPRS/GSM
module is functioning normally. If SIM is not
inserted or if there are errors, it will show the
message: GSM is not ready.

Appendix
Contact ID event codes
Medical Alarms
100 - Medical
When the Wrist Transmitter (KF, DC or
Panel) is triggered.
Fire Alarms
110 - Fire
When the Panel, KF or Smoke detector (SD)
is triggered.
Panic Alarms
120 - Panic
When the Panic Button of the Remote
keyfob (KF) or the Panic button (PB) with
panic attribute is pressed.
121 - Duress
When the Duress Code is entered to Disarm
or Arm the system.
122 - Silent Panic
When the Panic Button of the Remote
keyfob (KF) or Panic button (PB) with silent
panic attribute is pressed.
Burglar Alarms
130 - Burglary
When any one of the following devices is
triggered:
The Door Contact (DC) set at instant
The PIR set at Instant
Device Tamper Fault under Arm mode
131 - Perimeter / Burglar
When the DC set at Delay 1 or Delay 2 is
triggered.
When the PIR set at Delay 1 or Delay 2 is
triggered.
137 - Burglary Tamper
When the Tamper Switch on the Control
Panel is triggered.
139 - Alarm Confirmation
When the Alarm was verified by the
triggering of a second alarm from a different
Burglar IR or DC within a 30-min period.

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General Alarms
147 - Sensor Supervisor Failure
When Control panel cant receive the signal
transmitted from any one of the following
devices individually for a period of the preset Supervision time.
Door Contact
PIR Sensor
Smoke Detector
External Siren
System/Sensor Troubles
301 - AC Failure
When the AC power fails for more than 5060 min.
302 - Low Battery
When the battery voltage of the Control
Panel is low.
311 - Battery MISS
When the back-up battery is not connected
for more than 30 min.
344 - RF Receiver Jam Detect
When the Control Panels RF signal has
been interfered.
381 - Signal Lost in 20 min (EN)
383 - Sensor Tamper
When the Tamper Switch on any one of the
following devices is triggered .
Door Contact
PIR Sensor
External Siren
384 - Sensor Low battery
When the battery voltage of any one of the
following devices is low.
Door Contact
EIR/PIR Sensor
KP
SD
BX
KF\PB

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Open/Close/Remote Access
400 - Open/Close (For Norway)
When the system is opened (disarmed) or
closed (armed) by using the Remote keyfob.
401 - O/C by user
When the system is opened (disarmed) or
closed (armed) by entering User Pin codes.
406 - Panel Alarm Cancel
407 - Remote Arm/Disarm
454 - Fail Arm (EN)
When the arming process is failed.
456 - Partial Arm
When partially arm the system from Disarm
to Part arm mode.
465 - Device Alarm Cancel (SD/PB)
When the alarm from Panic Button (PB) is
cancelled within 8 seconds
When an alarm is triggered by SD and the
test button on the SD is pressed
Test/Misc.
602 - Periodic Test Report
When the Control panel makes periodic
Check-in reporting.
641 - Mobility
When the Control panel makes Mobility
Check reporting.

Appendix

Appendix

MP3 sound clips

Reset Procedure

MP3 voice/sound clips can be accessed


when connected to a PC. It will show up as
a flash drive and user can replace/download
the files as required. All files are of *.MP3
extension

Reset to Factory Default Setting


The Control Panel can clear all programmed
parameters by the following sequence:

Sound clips bank (for use with Entry delay


sound etc.):
PTUNE000 = Sound 1
PTUNE001 = Sound 2
PTUNE002 = Sound 3
PTUNE003 = Sound 4
PTUNE004 = Sound 5
PTUNE005 = Sound 6
PTUNE006 = Sound 7
PTUNE007 = Sound 8
PTUNE008 = Sound 9
PTUNE009 = Sound 10
Door Chime sound:
PCHIME00
Answer Machine Voice message (20 max):
C00PR000, C00PR001, C00PR002,
C00PR003 ... C00PR018, C00PR019

1. Power down the Control Panel and remove


the battery.
2. Supply power to the Control Panel.
3. Press up key (be sure to press up key
within 3 seconds after supplying power to
Control Panel or right after the welcome
message is playback. Otherwise, the reset
procedures will fail).
4. Then, the screen will display the test mode.

test mode
CLyaleaa2c01a 0
5. Enter the following key sequence:
up, down, up, down, up, down, up, down, ok.
6. Press the ok key and the screen will
display as below. Press return to give up
testing.

lcd test
i/o test
7. The system will ask if you want to give up
testing. Press ok to confirm it.

8. Press ok to clear all programmed
parameters.
9. All programmed parameters are reset to
factory default setting.
10. If incorrect key entered, then the unit
will revert to normal Alarm Off mode.
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User System Reset


The Control Panel can clear all programmed
parameters, except the already learnt-in
accessories:
1. Power down the Control Panel and remove
the battery.
2. Supply power to the Control Panel.
3. Press up key (be sure to press up key
within 3 seconds after supplying power to
Control Panel or right after the welcome
message is playback. Otherwise, the reset
procedures will fail).
4. Then, the screen will display the test
mode.

test mode
CLyaleaa2c01a 0
5. Enter the following key sequence: up,
down, up, down then press ok.
6. Press the ok key to confirm system
resetting.
7. All programmed parameters are reset,
except the already learnt-in accessories.

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2 year Instruction Statement


This product is guaranteed for consumers against faulty
workmanship, materials and function for a period of 2 years
from the date of purchase providing the full installation and
maintenance instructions are followed. Please keep your proof
of purchase safe, this must be submitted when making a claim
under this guarantee.
Please note that it is a condition of this guarantee that your Yale
product:
Has been correctly installed and maintained in accordance
with the Yale installation and maintenance instructions provided to
you at the time of purchase.
Has not been modified or damaged in any way.
Has not been subjected to unauthorized repairs.
Yale are responsible under this guarantee for repairing the product
or replacing the product as we deem necessary. If there is fault
with the product, please contact Customer Services on 01902
364647, who will give you the name of an expert and confirm
what you need to do to make a claim under this guarantee.
Please do not carry out any repairs without our authority or by
using an unauthorised expert. Any repairs or other works carried
out without our authorization or by using an unauthorized expert
will not be covered under this guarantee.

E1 03/11

This guarantee is non transferrable and applies to products


purchased in the United Kingdom only. This guarantee does not
apply to normal wear and tear. This does not affect your statutory
rights. A full copy of the product instructions are available upon
request or by visiting our website www.yale.co.uk.

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