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Cerber C612

12-Zone and 2-Partition Burglary Control Panel


for your home and office

Hook-Up & Programming Book[draft]


25.10.2006/ version 1.9 B

Table of contents
1. INSTALLING AND COMMISSIONING ................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1. Mounting the control panel ......................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2. Mounting the Keypad ................................................................................................................................................................. 5
1.3. Wiring...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.4. Connectors ............................................................................................................................................................................... 6
2. SYSTEM PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING (main programming menu)...................................................................................................... 7
Sections 01 to 12 : Zones definitions ................................................................................................................................................. 8
Section [01] Definitions for zone 1................................................................................................................................................. 14
Section [02] - Definitions for zone 2 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [03] - Definitions for zone 3 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [04] - Definitions for zone 4 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [05] - Definitions for zone 5 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [06] - Definitions for zone 6 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [07] - Definitions for zone 7 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [08] - Definitions for zone 8 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [09] - Definitions for zone 9 ................................................................................................................................................. 15
Section [10] - Definitions for zone 10 ............................................................................................................................................... 15
Section [11] - Definitions for zone 11 ............................................................................................................................................... 15
Section [12] - Definitions for zone 12 ............................................................................................................................................... 15
Section [17]: Zone descriptors programming ..................................................................................................................................... 15
Section [20]: General OPTIONS1 ...................................................................................................................................................... 20
Section [21] Ding options............................................................................................................................................................... 20
Section [22]: Time Measurement Unit for PGM output defined as pulse.................................................................................................. 21
Section [23]:
- not allowed for the moment ................................................................................................................................... 21
Section [24]: Keypads tamper ......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Section [25]: Keypad zones activation .............................................................................................................................................. 22
Section [26]: Keypad options in partitions ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Section [27] Quick arming features in partitions .............................................................................................................................. 23
Section [28] PGM outputs assignment to partitions .......................................................................................................................... 24
Section [29] Keypads assignment to partitions ................................................................................................................................ 25
Section [30] Partitions OPTIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 26
Section [31] Telephone OPTIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 27
Section [32] OPTIONS for Digital Communicator .............................................................................................................................. 28
Section [33] Split Reporting Options for CS1&CS2 ........................................................................................................................... 30
Section [34] OPTIONS for voice/sound dialer................................................................................................................................... 31
Section [35] Report and Download OPTIONS ................................................................................................................................... 32
Section [36]: Entry Delay 1/ Entry Delay 2 Timers.............................................................................................................................. 32
Section [37]: Exit Delay 1/ Exit Delay 2 Timers .................................................................................................................................. 33
Section [38]: Burglary / Fire siren Timers.......................................................................................................................................... 33
Section [39]: Transmission Delay upon AC power loss (00 to 99 minutes) / Number of rings (01 to 99 rings) ........................................... 34

Section [40]: Intellizone Time Window ........................................................................................................................................... 34


Section [41]: Swinger Shutdown Counter / Keypad Lockout Counter ................................................................................................ 35
Section [42]: Number of voice or sound dialing sequences / Time of the Voice or Sound Reporting ............................................................ 35
Section [43]: Activation times for PGM1 to PGM6 defined as pulse types (001 to 255 seconds or minutes).................................................. 36
Section [44]: Installers Programming Code Changing ...................................................................................................................... 36
Section [45]: Programming of the Installers Maintenance Code ......................................................................................................... 37
Section [46]: Master Code Programming Performed by Installer ........................................................................................................... 39
Section [47]: First Panel Account for Identifying at CS ........................................................................................................................ 41
Section [48]: Second Panel Account for Identifying at CS2................................................................................................................... 41
Section [49]: 1st Reporting Format / 2nd Reporting Format ................................................................................................................... 42
Section [50]: Ding Time / Ding Pause .......................................................................................................................................... 43
Section [51]: Types for PGM1 to PGM6 Outputs.................................................................................................................................. 43
Section [52]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Aming by User / Keyswitch Arming / Arming by PC / Timed Autoarming /
Inactivity Autoarming / Away Quick Arming ....................................................................................................................................... 44
Section [53]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Stay Aming by User / Stay Keyswitch Arming / Quick Stay or Instant Stay
Arming / Partial arming / Fail to autoarm .................................................................................................................................... 44
Section [54]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Disaming by User / Keyswitch Disarming / Remote disarming by PC / Timed
Autodisarming / Timed Autoarming Stopping ................................................................................................................................. 45
Section [55]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Swinger-shutdown zone bypassed / Zone Bypassed .................................. 45
Section [56]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Guardian Rounds started / Guardian Rounds finished / Guardian Round
Failed / Ambush on Guardian Round ............................................................................................................................................. 46
Section [57]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Burglary Alarm / Tamper Alarm / Panic Alarm / Fire Alarm / Medical
Emergency Alarm / User under Duress (ambush)............................................................................................................................ 46
Section [58]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Keypad Lockout / Zone Alarm Restore / Tamper Alarm Restore.............. 46
Section [59]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power loss / Low Voltage on Battery / Bell Trouble / AUX overload /
System time and date Not Programmed (Power ON)......................................................................................................................... 47
Section [60]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power Restore / Restore Voltage on Battery / Bell Trouble Restore /
System time and date Reprogrammed............................................................................................................................................ 47
Section [61]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Programing Entry / Programming Exit / PC connected / PC disconnected / LOG
90% full / LOG 100% full ................................................................................................................................................................ 47
Section [62]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Periodical Test / Panel Programming Changed / Maintenance Request / PGM
Activation by User / PGM Deactivation by User / Communication to CS failed.......................................................................................... 48
Section [63] to [73] EVENT Reporting Codes in Contact ID Format:.................................................................................................... 48
Section [63]: Event Reporting Codes in CID Format regarding: Aming by User / Keyswitch Arming / Arming by PC / Timed Autoarming /
Inactivity Autoarming / Away Quick Arming ....................................................................................................................................... 48
Section [64]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Stay Aming by User / Stay Keyswitch Arming / Quick Stay or Instant Stay
Arming / Partial arming / Fail to autoarm .................................................................................................................................... 48
Section [65]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Disaming by User / Keyswitch Disarming / Remote disarming by PC / Timed
autodisarming / Timed Autoarming Stopping.................................................................................................................................. 49
Section [66]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Swinger-shutdown zone bypassed / Zone Bypassed .................................. 49
Section [67]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Guardian Rounds started / Guardian Rounds finished / Guardian Round
Failed / Ambush on Guardian Round .............................................................................................................................................. 49

Section [68]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Burglary Alarm / Tamper Alarm / Panic Alarm / Fire Alarm / Medical
Emergency Alarm / User under Duress (ambush)............................................................................................................................ 49
Section [69]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Keypad Lockout / Zone Alarm Restore / Tamper Alarm Restore.............. 49
Section [70]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power loss / Low Voltage on Battery / Bell Trouble / AUX overload /
System time and date Not Programmed (Power ON)......................................................................................................................... 50
Section [71]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power Restore / Restore Voltage on Battery / Bell Trouble Restore /
System time and date Reprogrammed............................................................................................................................................ 50
Section [72]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Programing Entry / Programming Exit / PC connected / PC disconnected / LOG
90% full / LOG 100% full ................................................................................................................................................................ 50
Section [73]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Periodical Test / Panel Programming Changed / Maintenance Request / PGM
Activation by User / PGM Deactivation by User / Communication to CS failed.......................................................................................... 50
Section [74]: Phone Number of CS1 ................................................................................................................................................. 51
Section [75]: Phone Number of CS2 ................................................................................................................................................. 51
Section [76]: Time between Periodical Tests (in hours or minutes)........................................................................................................ 52
Section [77]: Guardian Round Period / Warning guardian round time ............................................................................................... 52
Section [78]: Autoarming / Autodisarming Moments for Partition A (hour: minute / hour: minute) ............................................................ 53
Section [79]: Autoarming / Autodisarming Moments for Partition B (hour: minute / hour: minute) ............................................................ 53
Section [80]: Moments for Starting / Finishing the Guardian Rounds (hour: minute / hour: minute) .......................................................... 53
Section [81]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM1 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 54
Section [82]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM2 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 54
Section [83]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM3 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 54
Section [84]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM4 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 54
Section [85]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM5 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 55
Section [86]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM6 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 55
Section [87]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM7 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 55
Section [88]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM8 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)................................................... 55
Section [89]: Hour / Minute for First Periodical test............................................................................................................................. 56
Section [90]: Inactivity Time after that the partitions will autoarm (hours & minutes / hours & minutes) ................................................. 56
Section [91]: Panel Identification Code within upload/download............................................................................................................ 56
Section [92]: PC Identification Code within upload/download ............................................................................................................... 56
Section [93]: PC Phone Number for callback.................................................................................................................................... 57
Section [94]: Verifying of the Special Alarm Memory, produced by the under test sensors ..................................................................... 57
Section [95]: Programming session of the system time and date (performed by installer) ........................................................................ 57
Section [97]: Manual Activation of PC callback ................................................................................................................................... 58
Section [98]: Manual Activation of Communication with PC (PC download acceptance)............................................................................ 58
Section [99]: Cancellation of any Phone Line Communication ............................................................................................................... 59
APPENDIX A: C612 control panel response according to the zone wiring types ........................................................................................ 60
APPENDIX B:. Keypad addresses and zone allocation .......................................................................................................................... 65

1. INSTALLING AND COMMISSIONING


1.1. Mounting the control panel
Select a dry location close to an un-switched AC power supply, with a good earth connection. If the system is to be monitored by a central station and/or if it is intended to transmit
voice messages, the location must be close to a telephone line.
Mount the cabinet securely on the wall with 4 screws. Lay all the system cables into the cabinet, through one of the holes especially made for this purpose on the rear side of the
metal case. Prepare the cables for connections.

1.2. Mounting the Keypad


The keypad must be located close to the designated entry/exit door and mounted at a convenient height for all users.
Open the keypad case and mount the back plate on the wall. Insert the keypad wires inside the keypad and prepare them for connection.

1.3. Wiring
Note: Complete all wiring to the control panel before applying battery or AC power.

Wiring should be performed according to the general mounting diagram bellow:

CERBER C612
CONTROL PANEL

Notes:

Important notice: For


more details on how you
can connect detectors to the
zone inputs see appendix A.

1.

In the above drawing is an example of an outdoor self-powered sounder with


flash (model CERBER SA11) connected to a CERBER C612.

2.

If both indoor and outdoor sounders are used simultaneously, the 2K2 resistor
should be connected to the outdoor sounder.

1.4. Connectors
The following connectors can be found on the control panel PCB:
AUX-, AUX+
Connectors for auxiliary power supply
These terminals are the power supply for keypads, PIR detectors and other active devices in the system, which require power from a 13.8Vcc supply).
The maximum load on these terminals cannot exceed 2A. Pay attention to polarity!
Y (yellow), G (green)
Keypad communication connectors
PGM1, PGM2
PGM1 - open collector output 1 with negative trigger (NPN); maximum current capability: 50mA (at +13.8Vcc).
PGM2 - open collector output 2 with negative trigger (NPN); maximum current capability: 50mA (at +13.8Vcc).
BELL +
Siren output BELL+ is a positive trigger output (PNP), with 2K2 EOL supervision resistor.
Z1, COM, Z2, Z3, COM, Z4, Z5, COM, Z6.
Terminals for control panel hardwired zones; see the general mounting diagram and the zones wiring diagrams.
PHONE
Phone set connectors.
LINE
Telephone line connectors

2. SYSTEM PARAMETERS PROGRAMMING (main programming menu)


In order to enter the programming menu of system parameters (main programming menu), the installer should use the command
[*][8][Installers programming code], while the system is partially armed.
Notes:
1.

The default value of the installers programming code is 0269 and it should be changed before or after the system parameters were programmed.

2.

All programming sections are dedicated to the installer and only some of them are accessible to the master user, too.

3.

If the digital communicator will be enabled by programming and the corresponding reporting codes will be programmed, too, then any accessing of main programming menu by the
installer (or by the master user) will be transmitted to CS, as follows:
-

In case of any 4x2 formats will be set by programming, the control panel will transmit to CS the same specific reporting codes regarding programming entry / programming exit /
panel programming changed events, which will be set in [61] and [62] sections, even the respective operations will be performed by the installer or by the master user (whether these
operations are performed by the installer or by the master user, there will be no difference between them in 4x2 formats).

In case of CID format will be set by programming, the control panel will transmit to CS the specific reporting codes regarding programming entry / programming exit / panel
programming changed, which will be set in [72] and [73] sections; after the 4-digit group specific to these reporting events the panel will transmit to CS another 3-digit group which
stands for master user or for installer identifying. In CID format the installer will be identified as user 000 and the master user as user 001.

System programming parameters are explained bellow.


To enter the programming menu of system parameters (main programming menu), follow the next steps:
1. Enter the command: [*][8][Installers programming code];
After entering the installers programming code, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps, confirming the system is being within main programming
menu. Depending on the keypad that you are using for the prorgamming procedure, there are 2 distinct situations for conforming the entrance in the
main programming menu, as follows:
Case A: keypad model KP-126P (LED keypad): While the system is being within main programming menu, the ARMED A LED is ON, SYSTEM LED is OFF and all the
other status LEDs (ARMED B, READY A, READY B and BYPASS) are OFF.
Case B: keypad model KP-612LCD or KP-612LCLD (LCD keypads): While the system is being within
main programming menu, on the screen you will see:

Choice Sect:

Note: The main programming menu can be exited by [#] key pressing. When exiting the main programming menu, the system will go back within disarmed status and the keypad
LEDs will display the system and zone status.

2. In order to program the system parameters, you should select one of the sections from [01] to [99].
While the system is being within main programming menu, in order to enter each section, you should enter 2-digit order number of the respective
section, by entering the 2 digits corresponding to the section number (i.e. for section no. 7 enter [0] and [7] keys).
After entering the 2 digits corresponding to the section number, the keypad buzzer will beep for 3 times, confirming the system is being within respective
section. On the KP-126P keypad, the status LEDs will be ARMED A - ON, SYSTEM - blinking, READY A - ON, READY B OFF, BYPASS OFF and
zone 1 LED ON, OFF or blinking, and zone LEDs 2 to 12 ON or OFF, according to the selected section.

2.1 Each programming section has got one or several programming submenus.
Once any programming section was selected, the system finds itself within 1-st submenu of the programming section (which may be a single one) and
within submenus the system is waiting for some specific data to be entered from the keypad. After a complete data set, specific to each submenu, was
entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the system will pass to the next submenu of the programming section. After a complete
data set, specific to the last submenu was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the system will go back within main
programming menu.
Within some submenus or programming sections, the specific data are as option, attribute or rights types; the status of these options (or
attributes) is displayable on 1 to 8 LEDs (on KP-126P) or in clear message (only for KP-612LCD or KP-612LCDL). In order to turn these options (or
attributes, or rights) activate/deactivate, you should press [1] to [8] keys and the corresponding Zone LEDs will turn ON/OFF (on KP-126P) or you will
see the new value in clear text (only on KP-612LCD or KP-612LCDL). As for the LED keypads, if the corresponding zone LED is ON means the
respective option (or attribute/right) is activated and, if the corresponding zone LED is OFF means the respective option (or attribute/right) is deactivated.
Finally, to confirm the option, attribute or rights data and pass to the next submenu (or go back within main programming menu), the installer must
press [#] key.
Remark: Certain sections may require entries of HEX digits. To enter these HEX-values, press [*] key followed by a number from 0 to 5, according to the table below:
HEX digit

Decimal value

Keys to be pressed

10

[*][0]

11

[*][1]

12

[*][2]

13

[*][3]

14

[*][4]

15

[*][5]

Note: On the LED keypad, after pressing [*] key, the READY A LED will be blinking and after digit was pressed, the LED will stay ON. As for the LCD keypads there is no special confirmation, as
you can see the proper value in clear.

2.2 While the system is being within any submenu of each programming section, modifying of that parameters can be canceled by [#] key
pressing; the system will pass to the next submenu.
3. While the system is being within main programming menu, in order to program/modify another set of parameters within another
programming section, you should start the procedure from step no. 2.
4. Finally, in order to exit the main programming menu, you should press [#] key.
Note: The control panel is programmed to leave any programming menu automatically 2 minutes after the last key pressing. Thus, 2 minutes after the keypad was last worked with,
the system will exit that submenu automatically, passing within next submenu or on the next programming level, as if [#] key is pressed. Each time when the system passes automatically from
one submenu to the next, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps. In case that submenu is the last one within any programming section, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation
beeps and the system will go back within main programming menu. In case the system stays within main programming menu more than 2 minutes since the keypad was last worked with,
then the system will go back within disarmed status.

Sections 01 to 12 : Zones definitions


Zone characteristic programming is performed within [01] to [12] sections.
While the system is being within main programming menu, select the respective section from [01] to [12] for each zone from 1 to 12 and then enter the
following sequence:
[__][__][ATTRIBUTES1][#][ATTRIBUTES2][#][ATTRIBUTES3][#],
where [__][__] is a 2-digit group for type of the selected zone and ATTRIBUTES1, ATTRIBUTES2 and ATTRIBUTES3 are 1, 2 and 3 attribute sets for selected zone.

While the system is being within main programming menu, you should follow the next steps to program the characteristics of each zone from 1 to 12:
1. Select one of the sections from [01] to [12]. Next, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel is waiting for another 2-digit group to
be entered, which stands to the type of the selected zone.
1.1
Zone
type

[00]

Set the type of the selected zone by entering a 2-digit group, according to the table bellow:
KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL)
st

1 line message

Type zone:

Zxx

Description

2nd line message

Not used

Unused zone

These zone types are usually used for entry/exit detections. The zones can be violated during the exit delay without causing an
alarm. Once the system/partition is armed, first violation of these zones will start the appropriate entry-delay timer. The user must
[01]
Type zone: Zxx
Delayed 1
disarm the system/partition before the appropriate entry-delay timer elapses or the system will generate an alarm. If a delayed zone
triggers the alarm, the system or the appropriate partition will switch to an instant working mode which will be signaled by a fast
blinking of the corresponding ARMED LED.
There are 2 entry-delay timers:
the entry delay 1 timer which applies to all zones defined as type of delayed 1 and
[02]
Type zone: Zxx
Delayed 2
The entry delay 2 timer which applies to all zones defined as type of delayed 2.
Entry delay 1, delay 2 and exit delay times may be independently set from 1 to 255 seconds within [36] and [37] sections.
The default settings are 30 seconds for each entry delay time and 60 seconds for each exit delay time.
This zone type is usually used for interior detection devices, such as motion detectors. The zone will not cause an alarm if it is
[03]
Type zone: Zxx
Follower
violated during the entry delay of the respective partition. However, if the zone is violated before the entry delay has started it will
generate an instant alarm. The follower zone can be violated during the exit delay without causing an alarm.
This zone type is used for interior detection devices, such as motion detectors that are not situated within entry/exit area. The
[04]
Type zone: Zxx
Instant
instant zones can be violated during the exit delay without causing an alarm, too, but once the system/partition is armed, the zones
will generate an instant alarm if they are violated (they will trigger the alarm as soon as they are violated).
The 24-hour burglary zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed system/partition status. This zone type is
[05]
Type zone: Zxx
24h
useful for connection of glass-break detectors.
The sabotage (tamper) zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed system/partition status. This type is used
[10]
Type zone: Zxx
Tamper
for connection of tamper contacts in the system to prevent any sabotage attempt after the system installation and commissioning.
The panic zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed system/partition status. This type is used for
[11]
Type zone: Zxx
Panic
connection of panic switchers/pedals for a specific event to occur in emergency situations that can be reported to a CS.
The fire zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed system/partition status. This type is used for smoke
[12]
Type zone: Zxx
Fire
detectors. The acoustic warning in case of this zone type violation will be in pulse mode, having the highest alarm priority.
The medical emergency zones are permanently active irrespective of the armed or disarmed system/partition status. This type is
[13]
Type zone: Zxx
Med.emerg
useed for connection of panic switches/pedals for a specific event to occur in emergency situations that can be reported to a CS.
Each time this zone type is activated, the system will arm/disarm as regards to its previous armed/disarmed status. If this zone type
[14]
Type zone: Zxx
Keysw/panic
is violated more than 4 seconds, it will generate a panic alarm, too.
Each
time this zone type is activated, the system will stay arm or disarm as regards to its previous armed/disarmed status. If this
[15]
Type zone: Zxx
Stay keysw.
zone type is violated more than 4 seconds, then it will generate a panic alarm, too.
If the guardian rounds were started previously, any violation of this zone type will make the siren sound for the ding time defined
[16]
Type zone: Zxx
Round
in section [42].If this zone type is activated more than 30 seconds, then it will generate a special event (ambush on round), too, if
the guardian rounds were started previously. No alarm will occur by violation of this zone type.
Note: any violation of the tamper, panic, fire and medical emergency zone types will produce:
1.

Specific code reporting to the central station, if the digital communicator is enabled by programming and the appropriate reporting codes are programmed, too.

2.

Specific voice messages reporting to the follow me phone numbers which are programmed, if the voice/sound dialer is properly programmed.

Instead of entering a new value for the zone type, by pressing the [#] key, the previous selected type of the zone can be maintained.
After the 2-digit group corresponding to the selected zone type was entered (or after [#] key pressing), the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation
beeps and the panel will pass to the next step, displaying the ATTRIBUTES1 set on 1 to 8 LEDs (on KP-126P) or as described in the following tabel, on the
screen of the KP-612LCD or KP-612LCDL keypads.

By [#] key pressing, ATTRIBUTES1 set can be maintained as it was previously established.
First set of zone attributes are detailed in the table below. In order to establish the ATTRIBUTES1 set, you should press 1 to 8 keys. After each key
pressing the appropriate attribute is enabled or disabled.

1.2

1st set of attributes


Key pressed
to toggle
attribute

KP-126P - LED keypad


Zone
LED

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


1st line message

OFF

* audible alarm

silent alarm

(with siren activating)

(without siren activating)


pulsing siren

[1]

[2]

* steady siren

[3]

[4]

allow auto shutdown

doesnt allow auto shutdown

AutoShutdown Zxx

[5]

enables forced arming

doesnt enable forced arming

[6]

Activate chime

[7]

enabled stay (interior zone)


Fast detection (50ms)

[8]

allow manual bypassing

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Alarm

Zxx

Audible

k1

Silent

k1

Siren

Zxx

Steady

k2

Pulsing

k2

Bypassing

Zxx

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

Force Arming Zxx

Allowed

k5

Not allowed

k5

Dont activate chime

Activ.Chime

Zxx

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

disabled stay (perimeter zone)

Stay

Zxx

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

Slow detection (300ms)

Zone speed

Zxx

Fast

k8

Slow

k8

disable manual bypassing

All the first set of attributes are presented below:


Attribute 1:

The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute established as audible will occur with siren activating for a time lapse set in section [38].
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute established as silent will occur without siren activating.
Note: By default the alarm attribute is set as audible for all 1 to 12 zones.

Attribute 2:

This attribute is referring to the siren-activating mode steady or pulsing and for a same zone the set value of this attribute does mater only if the previous
attribute was set as audible.
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute established as steady siren type will activate the siren in a continuously mode for a time lapse set in section [38].
The alarm triggered by a zone with this attribute established as pulsing siren will activate the siren in a pulsing mode (3 seconds ON alternating with 1 second OFF) for
same time lapse set in section [38].
Note: By default the siren-activating attribute is set as steady for all 1 to 12 zones.

Attribute 3:

Attribute 4:

When a zone allows manually bypassing it will allow to be bypassed by one of the commands: [*][3][User code] or [BYPASS][User Code].
Note: By default this attribute is enabled for all 1 to 12 zones.
During the same armed period (or during the same disarming period for 24h zones) the control panel will automatically bypass (from swinger) any zone which allows autoshutdown and after the zone initiate a number of consecutive alarms equal with swinger shutdown counter. After that the zone will no longer generate an alarm. After the
control panel has bypassed a zone from swinger, it will report an event code to the central station, if it is programmed within 55 and 66 sections.
This feature is a function of the zone restores option (see [32] section). During the same armed period (or during the same disarming period for 24h zones) the zone will be
bypassed from swinger only:

After the siren has cut-off consecutive times, for a number equal with swinger shutdown counter, if zone restore event is set to occur upon bell cut-off;

After the zone has violated and closed back for a number equal with swinger shutdown counter, if zone restore event is set to occur upon zone closure.

10

Thus, during the same armed period (or during the same disarming period for 24h zones), a zone which allows auto shutdown will trigger:

A maximum alarm number equal with swinger shutdown counter established in [41] section, if zone restore event is set to occur upon zone closure;

A maximum number of siren timer triggering equal with swinger shutdown counter established in [41] section, if zone restore event is set to occur upon bell
cut-off; please note that in this case, if the report only first zone alarm option is disabled, too, such a zone may record more alarms than swinger shutdown
counter.

Note: By default this attribute is disabled for all 1 to 12 zones.

Attribute 5:

When a zone allows forced arming, it will allow system/partition arming although the zone is being violated at the very moment of arming (i.e. the system can be armed even
though the PIR detector nearby the keypad detects movement when arming).
Note: By default this attribute is disabled for all 1 to 12 zones.

Attribute 6:

When a zone has the chime attribute enabled, then wile the system is disarmed and the chime feature was activated previously by the command [*][6], any opening of
the zone will make the keypad buzzer to sound for 6 warning beeps.
Note: By default this attribute is enabled only for zone 1.

Attribute 7:

When a zone has the stay attribute enabled, then it is an interior zone and will be automatically bypassed by the system during home arming (stay arming or instant stay
arming modes).
Note: By default this attribute is set such as all 1 to 12 zones to be perimeter type.

Attribute 8:

ZONE SPEED: The zone speed applies to all zones whether the system is armed or disarmed. The zone speed defines how quickly the control panel will respond to an open
zone. The control panel will not display and/or respond to an open zone until the programmed zone speed elapses. All other zone definitions and options do not come into
effect until the zone speed has elapsed. The zone speed can be set either 50ms (fast detection) or 300ms (slow detection). This feature prevents any momentary glitches in
the system from causing an alarm or unnecessary reporting.
Note: By default this attribute is set such as the detection speed to be set as slow for all 1 to 12 zones.

After the ATTRIBUTES1 set for selected zone was established to the required values, press [#] key to confirm.
After [#] key was pressed, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step.
By [#] key pressing, ATTRIBUTES2 set can be maintained as it was previously established.
The second set of zone attributes are detailed in the table below. In order to establish the ATTRIBUTES2 set, you should press 1 to 8 keys.
After each key pressing the appropriate attribute is enabled or disabled

1.3

2nd Set of attributes


KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
attribute

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

ON
*

Enable intellizone
Enable sensor under test
*

Enable NC contacts

Enable tamper recognition


*

Disable intellizone

Disable sensor under test

Enable EOL

Disable EOL
*

Enable ATZ
ATZ parallel wiring
Reserved

Disable ATZ

ATZ series wiring

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

Under test

Zxx

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

NC

k3

NO

k3

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

EOL

Zxx

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

Zdoubling

Zxx

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

ATZ wiring

Zxx

parallel

k7

series

k7

LockAttr-0

11

Disabled

Zxx

TamperRecogn. Zxx

Disable tamper recognition

Enabled

Intellizone

ContactsType Zxx

Enable NO contacts
*

2nd line message

1st line message

OFF

All the second set of attributes are presented below:


Attribute 1:

Attribute 2:

If an alarm condition occurs on a zone identified as intellizone, the control panel will trigger a timer and will not generate an alarm until one of the following conditions occurs
within the Intellizone Time Window:
a) An alarm condition occurs on another zone identified as intellizone during intellizone time delay,
b) The zone that is in alarm has restored and the alarm re-occurred during intellizone time delay or the zone that is in alarm remains in alarm the entire intellizone time delay.
Notes:
1. Intellizone timer will only begin after the zone speed period has elapsed;
2. By default this attribute is disabled for all 1 to 12 zones.
When a zone has the sensor under test attribute enabled, it will no longer trigger the alarm, but each opening/closing of the zone loop will record a special event into the 800event LOG. Each opening of any under test zone will record in the specially alarm memory, too, which is keypad displayable in section [94], if these zones was violated in the
system since the last resetting of the especially alarm memory, performed by installer.
If these zones allow auto shutdown, then during the same arming period (or during the same disarming period for 24h zones), then swinger shutdown will be counting the
restoration numbers of this zone which was violated. In case the number of restorations gets the swinger shutdown counter value, the respective zone will be automatic
bypassed from swinger. Only this event will be transmitted to the central station.

Attribute 3:
Attribute 4:
Attribute 5:
Attribute 6:

Note: By default this attribute is disabled for all 1 to 12 zones.


Chose the contacts type (NC or NO) in accordance with the normally closed or open contacts of your detection devices which are connected on the zone input terminals.
Note: By default this attribute is set such as the contacts type to be set as NC (normally closed) for all 1 to 12 zones.
Enable this feature if your security installation requires tamper recognition on some zone input terminals (see zone connections).
Note: By default this feature is disabled for all 1 to 6 hardware zones.
Enable this feature for zone input terminals which the system requires the use of end of line resistor (see zone connections).
Note: By default this feature is enabled for all 1 to 6 hardware zones (all 1 to 6 hardware zones use EOL resistors).
Advanced technology zone (ATZ) connections allow you to install two detection devices per input terminal, therefore, doubling zone capacity of the control panel.
Advanced technology zoning is a software-oriented feature, there is no need for extra modules, simply install the devices as shown in the sections of zone connections and the
control panel will recognize the installed devices as shown there. The extra zones function exactly like any other zone displaying zone status on the keypad and sending
separate alarm codes for each zone.
Note: By default this feature is disabled for all 1 to 6 hardware zones.

Attribute 7:

ATZ wiring type: series or parallel connection (see instalation manual for details on that)

After the ATTRIBUTES2 set for selected zone was established to the required values, press [#] key to confirm.
After [#] key was pressed, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step, displaying the ATTRIBUTES3 set.

By [#] key pressing, ATTRIBUTES3 set can be maintained as it was previously established.
1.4

Third set of zone attributes are detailed in the table below. In order to establish the ATTRIBUTES3 set, you should press 1 and 2 keys. After
each key pressing the appropriate attribute is enabled or disabled.

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3rd Set of attributes


KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
attribute

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


2nd line message

1st line message

ON

OFF

Zone assigned to partition A

Zone not assigned to partition A

Zone assigned to partition B

Zone not assigned to partition B

Enabled

Disabled

Assig.part.A

Zxx

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

Assig.part.B

Zxx

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

After the ATTRIBUTES3 set for selected zone was established to the required values, press [#] key to confirm.
After [#] key was pressed, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel will go back within main programming menu.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key again.

Activate
chime

Stay
Attribute

Fast/Slow
detection

Intellizone

Sensor under
test

Contacts Type
(NC\NO)

Tamper
Recognition

0
0
0

0
0
0

[10] Tamper

[11] Panic
[12] Fire
[13] Medical Emergency

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

[14] Keyswitch / panic

[15] StayKeyswitch / panic

[16] Gourdian round

Legend:

ATZ=0
ATZ=1

ATZ=0
ATZ=1
ATZ=0
ATZ=1
ATZ=0
ATZ=1

Assigned to
partition B

Forced
Arming

Not used
Delayed1
Delayed2
Follower
Instant
24h burglary

ATZ parallel
wiring

Auto
Shutdown

[00]
[01]
[02]
[03]
[04]
[05]

ATTRIBUTES3 set
Zone Doubling
(ATZ)

Manually
Bypassing

ZONE TYPES

EOL

Steady /
pulsing
siren

ATTRIBUTES2 set

Audible /
silent
alarm

ATTRIBUTES1 set

Assigned to
partition A

As for the possible values accespted for the zone attibutes with respect to the zone type, the panel rules are:

[0] value means that a forced to 0 operation is performed and the attribute cannot be modified;
[1] value means that a forced to 1 operation is performed and the attribute cannot be modified;
[] value means that no forced operation is performed and the attribute can be modified;
[*] value means that the appropriate attribute is forced to same programmed value of the correspondent attribute of 1 to 6 zones and it cannot be modified.

Wiring attributes for high zones number, from 7 to 12, depending of ATZ on corresponding low zones:

13

0
*
*
*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*
*
*

ATZ parallel
wiring

EOL

Tamper
Recognition

0
0
0

Contacts Type
(NC\NO)

Zone Doubling
(ATZ)

Not used
Delayed1
Delayed2
Follower
Instant
24h burglary
Tamper
Panic
Fire
Medical Emergency
Keyswitch / panic
StayKeyswitch / panic
Guardian round

EOL

[00]
[01]
[02]
[03]
[04]
[05]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]

Tamper
Recognition

ZONE TYPES

ATZ dont
care

ATZ=1

Contacts Type
(NC\NO)

ATZ=0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

NOTES:
1.

For some zone types only the default value of some attributes are allowed;

2.

0 = for that zone type the default value for respective attribute is allowed only disabled status (is allowed only the OFF status of corresponding LED - see zone ATTRIBUTE1
and ATTRIBUTE2 sets). That means: once the 2-digit group corresponding to some zone type was entered, if one try to put respective attribute in the enabled status (is pressing the
corresponding key to turn ON the corresponding LED), then the keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep and the panel will reject the command.

3.

1 = for that zone type the default value for respective attribute is allowed only enabled status (is allowed only the ON status of corresponding LED - see zone ATTRIBUTE1
and ATTRIBUTE2 sets). That means: once the 2-digit group standing for some zone type was entered, if one try to put respective attribute in the disabled status (is pressing the
corresponding key to turn OFF the corresponding LED), then the keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep and the panel will reject the command.

4.

= the value set by programming for respective attribute is available for corresponding zone type

Remarks:
1.

A fire zone will trigger only the audible alarm, with pulsing siren.

2.

No attributes could be set as active for an unused zone.

3.

The stay and chime attributes could not be set as active for zone type of: 24h burglary, fire, tamper, panic, medical emergency and keyswitch/panic.

4.

The intellizone could not be set as active for zone type of: entry delayed 1, entry delayed 2 and keyswitch/panic.

Section [01] Definitions for zone 1


While the system is being within main programming menu, select section [01] to program parameters of zone 1, then enter the following sequence:
|__|__|[ATTRIBUTES1][#][ATTRIBUTES2][#][ATTRIBUTES3]|#|
where [__][__] is 2-digit group for type and ATTRIBUTES1, ATTRIBUTES2 and ATTRIBUTES3 are 1, 2 and 3 attribute sets of zone 1.
See defining the 1 to 12 zones described in the previous paragraphs.
After entering the 2 digits for zone 1 type, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and ATTRIBUTES1 set is displayed. Press [1] to [8] keys and the related
attributes will be activated/deactivated.

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After choosing the first set of attributes, press [#] key to confirm and the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps. Then, the ATTRIBUTES2 set is displayed. Press
[1] to [8] keys and the related attributes will be activated/deactivated.
After choosing second attribute set, press [#] key again to confirm and the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps. Then, the ATTRIBUTES3 set is displayed. Press
[1] and [2] keys and the related attributes will be activated/deactivated.
After choosing the third set of attributes, press [#] key to confirm, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting
for a new command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Section [02] - Definitions for zone 2
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [03] - Definitions for zone 3
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [04] - Definitions for zone 4
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [05] - Definitions for zone 5
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [06] - Definitions for zone 6
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [07] - Definitions for zone 7
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [08] - Definitions for zone 8
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [09] - Definitions for zone 9
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [10] - Definitions for zone 10
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [11] - Definitions for zone 11
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [12] - Definitions for zone 12
Follow the same procedure as for zone 1 (section [01]).
Section [17]: Zone descriptors programming

Edit zone:

, type one 2 digit number


for zone (i.e. zone 12)

Edit zone:
_

12

15

For each zone you can enter up to 16 characters descriptor. Some general rules for how to use the keypad and the caracters associated to the keys are the following:

Key
pressed
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[0]
[*]
[#]

Press a number key, [0] to [9], repetedly until the desired character appears.
All the characters available under a number key are printed on the key
(except for the symbols) and are presented in the next table;
if the next letter you want is located on the same key as the present one, wait
until the cursor moves one position to the right, or press the [>] key and then
key in the letter;
if you make a mistake, press the [<] key to remove the character to the left
of the cursor;
if you want to program one descriptor with a length of less than 16
characters, by pressing the key [#] the word is stored in the KPs memory
and on the screen you can see the Edit zone:
message. By pressing once
again the [#] key you can end zone descriptors programming (section 17). By
entering a 2 digit zone number you can continue by editing the zone
descriptor that you indicated.

[CODE]
[<]
[STAY]
[BYPS]
[INST]
[>]

Characters associated to the keys


,
.
:
>
=
<
?
1
A
B
C
2
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
4
J
K
L
5
M
N
O
6
P
Q
R
S
7
T
U
V
8
W
X
Y
Z
9
(space)
!

0
not used for descriptors editing
used to confirm the descriptor and save it into
the keypad memory
change between capital and small letters
used to delete one character (Backspace)
not used for descriptors editing
not used for descriptors editing
not used for descriptors editing
not used for descriptors editing

Section [018]: Playback of voice messages (MPV16/DTMF module must be installed and one speaker connected to SPEAKER terminals)

Play msg ?

, type one 2 digit number


for message number
(i.e. 07)

Play msg

After selecting the programming section [018] KP126P LED are the following: ARMED A ON, READY A ON, SYSTEM flashing, and zone LED 11 ON. Message number that is
played, consisting of 2 the 2 digits are displayed on LED keypads one short flash of zone LEDs for tens, and 2 short flashes for the units.
There are 94 voice messages that can be played using programming section [018]. While the message is played, the red BUSY LED is ON. The English voice message text transcription
and the maximum length of these are presented in the following table:

16

Message
number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

Voice message description


Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice

Default voice message text transcription

descriptor for zone 1


descriptor for zone 2
descriptor for zone 3
descriptor for zone 4
descriptor for zone 5
descriptor for zone 6
descriptor for zone 7
descriptor for zone 8
descriptor for zone 9
descriptor for zone 10
descriptor for zone 11
descriptor for zone 12
descriptor for zone 13 (not used on C612)
descriptor for zone 14 (not used on C612)
descriptor for zone 15 (not used on C612)
descriptor for zone 16 (not used on C612)
descriptor for PGM 1
descriptor for PGM 2
descriptor for PGM 3
descriptor for PGM 4
descriptor for PGM 5
descriptor for PGM 6
descriptor for PGM 7
descriptor for PGM 8
message for FIRE ALARM FROM THE FOLLOWING ZONES
message for KEYPAD FIRE ALARM
message for PANIC ALARM FROM THE FOLLOWING ZONES
message for KEYPAD PANIC ALARM
message for TAMPER ALARM FROM THE FOLLOWING ZONES
message for KEYPAD TAMPER ALARM
message for EMERGENCY ALARM FROM THE FOLLOWING ZONES
message for KEYPAD EMERGENCY ALARM
message for BURGLARY ALARM FROM THE FOLLOWING ZONES
message for AC POWER LOSS
message for VOLTAGE_BATTERY_TO_LOW
message for SYSTEM STATUS IS ARMED
message for FIRST PARTITION STATUS IS ARMED
message for SECOND PARTITION STATUS IS ARMED
message for SYSTEM STATUS IS DISARMED
message for FIRST PARTITION STATUS IS DISARMED

17

Vocal descriptor for zone1


Vocal descriptor for zone2
Vocal descriptor for zone3
Vocal descriptor for zone4
Vocal descriptor for zone5
Vocal descriptor for zone6
Vocal descriptor for zone7
Vocal descriptor for zone8
Vocal descriptor for zone9
Vocal descriptor for zone10
Vocal descriptor for zone11
Vocal descriptor for zone12
Vocal descriptor for zone13
Vocal descriptor for zone14
Vocal descriptor for zone15
Vocal descriptor for zone16
Vocal descriptor for PGM1
Vocal descriptor for PGM2
Vocal descriptor for PGM3
Vocal descriptor for PGM4
Vocal descriptor for PGM5
Vocal descriptor for PGM6
Vocal descriptor for PGM7
Vocal descriptor for PGM8
Fire alarm from the following zones
Keypad fire alarm
Panic alarm from the following zones
Keypad panic alarm
Tamper alarm from the following zones
Keypad tamper alarm
Emergency alarm from the following zones
Keypad emergency alarm
Burglary alarm from the following zones
Ac power loss
Voltage battery too low
System status is armed
1-st partition status is armed
2-nd partition status is armed
System status is disarmed
1-st partition status is disarmed

Message
length
2.6
seconds

41

Voice message for SECOND PARTITION STATUS IS DISARMED

42

Voice message for WELCOME MESSAGE

43

Voice message for HEADER MESSAGE

44

Voice message for CHOOSE PARTITION

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice

message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message

for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for

ALLOWED FUNCTION ONLY WHILE STAY ARMED


MAJOR EVENT OCCURRED AND MUST REPORT
USER WITHOUT ACCESS TO PGMS AND ROUNDS
DANGEROUS COMMAND AND MUST HANG UP
PGMS AND ROUNDS MENU
USER WITHOUT ACCESS TO PARTITIONS
ZONE WITHOUT BYPASS ENABLE
DISARM FIRST PARTITION FOR BYPASS
DISARM SECOND PARTITION FOR BYPASS
ZONE DO NOT BELONG TO FISRT PARTITION
ZONE DO NOT BELONG TO SECOND PARTITION
SWITCH TO BYPASSING LOW ZONES
SWITCH TO BYPASSING HIGH ZONES
ZONE BYPASSING MENU
ZONE BYPASSED SUCCESSFULLY
ZONE UNBYPASSED SUCCESSFULLY
NO LOW ZONES BYPASSED
NO HIGH ZONES BYPASSED
THE FOLLOWING LOW ZONES ARE BYPASSED
THE FOLLOWING HIGH ZONES BYPASSED
PGM TYPE DOESNT ALLOW USER CONTROL
NEITHER PGMS NOR ROUNDS ARE ACTIVATED
THE FOLLOWING PGMS ARE ACTIVATED
PGM ACTIVATED SUCCESSFULLY
PGM DEACTIVATED SUCCESSFULLY
ROUNDS ACTIVATED SUCCESSFULLY
ROUNDS DEACTIVATED SUCCESSFULLY
ROUNDS ARE ENABLED
ROUNDS ARE DISABLED
SYSTEM MESSAGES FOLLOW
FIRST PARTITIN MESSAGES FOLLOW
SECOND PARTITION MESSAGES FOLLOW
USER CANNOT ARM
USER CANNOT DISARM
USER CANNOT STAY ARM
USER CANNOT BYPASS
USER CANNOT ACCESS ANY PGMS

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2-nd partition status is disarmed


Welcome to your C612 panel! Enter your
phone access code, please!
This is your C612 security system calling
Choose partition, press key 1 for partition A,
key 2 for partition B
Function allowed only while stay armed
Major event occurred and must report
User without access to PGMs and rounds
Dangerous command and must hang up
Pgms and rounds menu
User without access to partitions
Zone without bypass enable
Disarm 1-st partition for bypass
Disarm 2-nd partition for bypass
Zone doesnt belong to 1-st partition
Zone doesnt belong to 2-nd partition
Switch to bypassing low zones
Switch to bypassing high zones
Zone bypassing menu
Zone bypassed successfully
Zone un-bypassed successfully
No low zones bypassed
No high zones bypassed
The following low zones are bypassed
The following high zones are bypassed
PGM type doesnt allow user control
Neither PGMs nor rounds are activated
The following PGMs are activated
PGM activated successfully
PGM deactivated successfully
Rounds activated successfully
Rounds deactivated successfully
Rounds are enabled
Rounds are disabled
System messages follow
1-st partition messages follow
2-nd partition messages follow
User cannot arm
User cannot disarm
User cannot stay arm
User cannot bypass
User cannot access any PGMs

5.2
seconds

2.6
seconds

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94

Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice
Voice

message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message
message

for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for

USER CANNOT START ROUNDS


USER CANNOT FINISH ROUNDS
IMPOSSIBLE OPERATION IN BOTH PARTITIONS
FUNCTION NOT ALLOWED ON PHONE LINE
FUNCTION NOT ALLOWED WHILE ARMED
NOT ARMED BY MAINTENANCE
IMPOSSIBLE ARMING
ALARM FROM THE OTHER PARTITION
SUCCESSFUL ARMING
SUCCESSFUL DISARMING
PLEASE STOP SIREN BEFORE ARMING
SIREN STOPPED SUCCESSFULLY
KEY NOT ALLOWED

User cannot start rounds


User cannot finish rounds
Impossible operation in both partitions
Function not allowed on phone line
Function not allowed while armed
Not armed by maintenance
Impossible arming
Alarm from the other partition
Successful arming
Successful disarming
Please stop siren before arming
Siren stopped successfully
Key not allowed

Section [019]: Record of voice messages (MPV16/DTMF module must be installed)

Pec msg ?

, type one 2 digit number


for message number
(i.e. 07)

Rec msg

After selecting the programming section [019] KP126P LED are the following: ARMED A ON, READY A ON, SYSTEM flashing, and zone LED 12 ON. Message number that is
recorded consisting of 2 the 2 digits are displayed on LED keypads, one short flash of zone LEDs for tens, and 2 short flashes for the units.
There are 94 voice messages that can be recorded using programming section [019]. While the message is recorded, the red BUSY LED is ON. Speak clear in front of the MPV16/DTMF
microphone, from 30cm distance. Try to keep the background noise as low as possible for a good voice recording. If BUSY LED turns OFF before you finished your message, repeat
that message recording. Dont change the meaning of the messages from 45 to 94, in order not to be confused when panel use those voice messages.

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Section [20]: General OPTIONS1


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [20] to establish the system OPTIONS1. The 1 to 7 options will be displayed according to the table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

ON

[1]

enabled

[2]

minutes

[3]

enabled

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF
*

4-digit codes

2nd line message

1st line message

Enabled

Disabled

disabled

keypad lockout after too many


wrong codes

Keypad lockout

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

measurement unit for time between


periodical tests

PeriodicalTest

minutes

k2

hours

k2

Partitioning

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

k4

k4

MU prg.D&T

Allowed

k5

Not allowed

k5

hours

disabled

6-digit codes

partitioning
number of digits for access codes

No.digits code

enabled

disabled

system date and hour programming


not allowed to the master

enabled

disabled

reset to default lockout

Lockout ResetDef

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

next trouble beep stopping

Stop kp tr.beeps

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

enabled
disabled
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [7] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter
another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Notes:
a)

If the 3-rd option is enabled in this section, then the system can be divided in 2 complete and independent partitions. By default this option is disabled and all zones are assigned to the first
partition which is identifying with system.

b)

Setting the option of next trouble beep stopping allows users to stop the next trouble beep emitting even a new trouble will occur, just by entering within trouble displaying menu. So, after
user will enter within trouble displaying menu and if keypad buzzer sounds 6 confirmation beeps, the keypad trouble beep warning will not be reactivated until a new entering within trouble
displaying menu.

Section [21] Ding options


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [21] to establish the ding options. The 1 to 6 options will be displayed according to the table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

enabled

disabled

Dings upon keyswitch


arming/disarming

Keyswitch ding

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

[2]

enabled

disabled

Dings upon arming (unless


keyswitch arming)

Ding arming

minutes

k2

hours

k2

[3]

enabled

disabled

Dings upon disarming (unless


keyswitch disarming)

Disarm ding

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

[4]

enabled

disabled

Dings during exit delay

Exit ding

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

disabled

Warning dings during the 3 minutes


before autoarming

Autoarm ding

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

disabled

Dings after the exit delay time

After exit ding

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

ON

OFF

[5]

enabled

[6]

enabled

Description

1st line message

20

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [6] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [24] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Notes:
1.

One ding means the siren will be activated (will sound) for ding time defined in section [50];

2.

More dings means the siren will sound for ding time alternating with ding pause defined in section [50].

Section [22]: Time Measurement Unit for PGM output defined as pulse
While the system is being within main programming menu select section [22] to establish the Time Measurement Unit for PGM outputs defined as pulse. The 1 to 6 options will be
displayed according to the table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

ON

OFF

minutes

minutes

minutes

minutes

minutes

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

2nd line message

1st line message

Enabled

Disabled

PGM1 time measurement unit

TimePGM1

min

k1

sec

k1

seconds

PGM2 time measurement unit

TimePGM2

min

k2

sec

k2

seconds

PGM3 time measurement unit

TimePGM3

min

k3

sec

k3

PGM4 time measurement unit

TimePGM4

min

k4

sec

k4

PGM5 time measurement unit

TimePGM5

min

k5

sec

k5

PGM6 time measurement unit

TimePGM6

min

k6

sec

k6

seconds

seconds
seconds

*
[6]
6
seconds
minutes
Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [6] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [22] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [23]:

- not allowed for the moment

Section [24]: Keypads tamper


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [24] to establish if own tamper of each keypad is enabled. The 1 to 8 options will be displayed according to
the table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]
[2]

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

2nd line message

ON

OFF

enabled

disabled

Keypad1 tamper

Kpd1 Tamper

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

disabled

Keypad2 tamper

Kpd2 Tamper

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

[3]

disabled

Keypad3 tamper

Kpd3 Tamper

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

[4]

disabled

Keypad4 tamper

Kpd4 Tamper

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

[5]

disabled

Keypad5 tamper

Kpd5 Tamper

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

[6]

disabled

Keypad6 tamper

Kpd6 Tamper

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled

21

Enabled

Disabled

[7]

disabled

Keypad7 tamper

Kpd7 Tamper

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

[8]

disabled

Keypad8 tamper

Kpd8 Tamper

Enable

k8

Disable

k8

enabled
enabled

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [24] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [25]: Keypad zones activation


Each keypad connected to the system has 2 zones that can be activated by the use of programming section [25].
While the system is being within main programming menu select section [25] to activate/deactivate keypad zones. The 1 to 8 options will be displayed according to the table bellow:
(first part)
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]
[4]
[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

ON

OFF

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Keypad1 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd1

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

disabled

Keypad2 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd2

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

disabled

Keypad3 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd3

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

disabled

Keypad4 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd4

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

disabled

Keypad5 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd5

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

disabled

Keypad6 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd6

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

disabled

Keypad7 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd7

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

disabled

Keypad8 zone 1

Z1 of Kpd8

Enable

k8

Disable

k8

disabled

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting first set of options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and will display the next 1 to 8 options according to the table bellow:
(second part)
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

ON

[1]

enabled

[2]

enabled

[3]

enabled

[4]

enabled

[5]

enabled

[6]

enabled

[7]

enabled

[8]

enabled

OFF

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Keypad1 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd1

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

disabled

Keypad2 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd2

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

disabled

Keypad3 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd3

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

disabled

Keypad4 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd4

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

disabled

Keypad5 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd5

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

disabled

Keypad6 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd6

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

disabled

Keypad7 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd7

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

disabled

Keypad8 zone 2

Z2 of Kpd8

Enable

k8

Disable

k8

disabled

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.

22

After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [24] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [26]: Keypad options in partitions


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [26] to establish how the system will react in case of keypad alarm. The 1 to 6 options will be displayed
according to the table bellow:
(first part partition A)
KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

KP-126P LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

disabled

Keypad Medical Emergency([1]+[3])

[2]

disabled

Keypad maintenance request([4]+[6])

[3]

disabled

Keypad Fire([7]+[9])

[4]

disabled

Keypad Panic ([*]+[#])

[5]

disabled

Keypad Medical Emergency with siren

[6]

Panic A

ON

OFF

enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled

enabled

disabled

Description

Keypad Panic with siren

1st line message


KpdMedEmerg A

2nd line message


Enabled
Enable

Disabled
k1

Disable

k1

MaintenanceReq A

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

KpdFire A

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

KpdAlarm A

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

MedEmerg A

Enable Siren k5

Silent

k5

Enable Siren k6

Silent

k6

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [6] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting first set of options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and will display next 1 to 6 options according to the table bellow:
(second part partition B)
KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

KP-126P LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

disabled

Keypad Medical Emergency([1]+[3])

[2]

disabled

Keypad maintenance request([4]+[6])

[3]

disabled

Keypad Fire([7]+[9])

[4]

disabled

Keypad Panic ([*]+[#])

[5]

disabled

Keypad Medical Emergency with siren

[6]

Panic B

ON

OFF

enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled
enabled

enabled

disabled

Description

Keypad Panic with siren

1st line message


KpdMedEmerg B

2nd line message


Enabled
Enable

Disabled
k1

Disable

k1

MaintenanceReq B

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

KpdFire B

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

KpdAlarm B

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

MedEmerg B

Enable Siren k5

Silent

k5

Enable Siren k6

Silent

k6

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [6] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [21] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [27] Quick arming features in partitions


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [27] to establish the Quick arming features. The 1 to 4 options will be displayed according to the table
bellow:
(first part partition A)

23

KP-126P LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF

k1

Disable

k1

QuickInstStay A

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

Quick stay arming

StayArming A

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

Force arming without codes

ForceQArm A

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

enabled

disabled

Quick instant stay arming

enabled

disabled

enabled

disabled

Disabled

Enable

Enabled

QuickArming A

enabled

disabled

2nd line message

1st line message

Away quick arming

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [4] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting first set of options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and will display next 1 to 4 options according to the table bellow:

(second part partition B)


KP-126P LED keypad

Key
pressed to
toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF

Enabled

Disabled

QuickArming B

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

QuickInstStay B

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

Quick stay arming

StayArming B

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

Force arming without codes

ForceQArm B

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

enabled

disabled

Away quick arming

enabled

disabled

Quick instant stay arming

enabled

disabled

disabled

enabled

2nd line message

1st line message

After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [27] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [28] PGM outputs assignment to partitions


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [28] to establish how PGM outputs are assigned to partitions. The 1 to 8 options will be displayed according
to the table bellow:
(first part partition A)

KP-126P - LED keypad

Key
pressed to
toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]
[4]
[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

ON

OFF

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

PGM1 assigned to partition A

PGM1 ->A

Yes

k1

Not

k1

disabled

PGM2 assigned to partition A

PGM2 ->A

Yes

k2

Not

k2

disabled

PGM3 assigned to partition A

PGM3 ->A

Yes

k3

Not

k3

disabled

PGM4 assigned to partition A

PGM4 ->A

Yes

k4

Not

k4

disabled

PGM5 assigned to partition A

PGM5 ->A

Yes

k5

Not

k5

disabled

PGM6 assigned to partition A

PGM6 ->A

Yes

k6

Not

k6

disabled

PGM7 assigned to partition A

PGM7 ->A

Yes

k7

Not

k7

disabled

PGM8 assigned to partition A

PGM8 ->A

Yes

k8

Not

k8

disabled

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.

24

After setting first set of options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and will display next 1 to 8 options according to the table bellow:
(second part partition B)
KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]
[4]
[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

ON

OFF

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

PGM1 assigned to partition B

PGM1 ->B

Yes

k1

Not

k1

disabled

PGM2 assigned to partition B

PGM2 ->B

Yes

k2

Not

k2

disabled

PGM3 assigned to partition B

PGM3 ->B

Yes

k3

Not

k3

PGM4 assigned to partition B

PGM4 ->B

Yes

k4

Not

k4

disabled

PGM5 assigned to partition B

PGM5 ->B

Yes

k5

Not

k5

disabled

PGM6 assigned to partition B

PGM6 ->B

Yes

k6

Not

k6

disabled

PGM7 assigned to partition B

PGM7 ->B

Yes

k7

Not

k7

disabled

PGM8 assigned to partition B

PGM8 ->B

Yes

k8

Not

k8

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

disabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

enabled

disabled

After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [28] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [29] Keypads assignment to partitions


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [29] to establish how keypads are assigned to partitions. The 1 to 8 options will be displayed according to
the table bellow:
(first part partition A)
KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

enabled

disabled

[2]

enabled

[3]

enabled

[4]

[5]

[6]

enabled

[7]

[8]

ON

OFF

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Address 1 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD1 ->A

Yes

k1

Not

k1

disabled

Address 2 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD2 ->A

Yes

k2

Not

k2

disabled

Address 3 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD3 ->A

Yes

k3

Not

k3

enabled

disabled

Address 4 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD4 ->A

Yes

k4

Not

k4

enabled

disabled

Address 5 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD5 ->A

Yes

k5

Not

k5

disabled

Address 6 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD6 ->A

Yes

k6

Not

k6

enabled

disabled

Address 7 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD7 ->A

Yes

k7

Not

k7

enabled

disabled

Address 8 keypad assigned to partition A

KPD8 ->A

Yes

k8

Not

k8

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting first set of options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and will display next 1 to 8 options according to the table bellow:

(second part partition B)

25

KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

enabled

[3]

enabled

[4]

enabled

[5]

[6]

[7]

enabled

[8]

enabled

ON

OFF

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Address 1 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD1 ->B

Yes

k1

Not

k1

disabled

Address 2 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD2 ->B

Yes

k2

Not

k2

disabled

Address 3 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD3 ->B

Yes

k3

Not

k3

disabled

Address 4 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD4 ->B

Yes

k4

Not

k4

enabled

disabled

Address 5 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD5 ->B

Yes

k5

Not

k5

enabled

disabled

Address 6 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD6 ->B

Yes

k6

Not

k6

disabled

Address 7 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD7 ->B

Yes

k7

Not

k7

disabled

Address 8 keypad assigned to partition B

KPD8 ->B

Yes

k8

Not

k8

enabled

disabled

After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [29] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.

Section [30] Partitions OPTIONS


While the system is being within main programming menu select section [29] to establish the options for partition A. The 1 to 8 options will be displayed according to the table
bellow:
(first part partition A)
KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

ON

OFF

enabled

enabled

enabled

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Timed Autoarming

TimedAutoarm A

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

disabled

Inactivity Autoarming

InactAutoarm A

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

disabled

Buzzer warnings during exit delays


Switch to stay arming if user doesnt
exit

Beeps on exit A

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

SwitchStayArm A

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

AutoarmType A

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

disabled

enabled

disabled

enabled

disabled

Autoarming will be stay type

enabled

disabled

Force Autoarming

enabled

disabled

No beeps and dings on Stay Arming

enabled

disabled

Timed Autodisarming

ForceAutoarm A

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

NoWarnStayExit A

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

TimedAutoDis A

Enable

k8

Disable

k8

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
Note: If the 4-th option is enabled in this section, then the A partition switches to stay arming mode automatically after any regular arming (by user, by PC or by keyswitch), if the user doesnt
leave the protected area through any entry/exit point during the exit delay.

After setting first set of options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and will display next 1 to 8 options according to the table bellow:

26

(second part partition B)


KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

[7]

[8]

ON

OFF

enabled

enabled

enabled

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Timed Autoarming

TimedAutoarm B

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

disabled

Inactivity Autoarming

InactAutoarm B

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

disabled

Buzzer warnings during exit delays


Switch to stay arming if user doesnt
exit

Beeps on exit B

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

SwitchStayArm B

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

AutoarmType B

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

disabled

enabled

disabled

enabled

disabled

Autoarming will be stay type

enabled

disabled

Force Autoarming

enabled

disabled

No beeps and dings on Stay Arming

enabled

disabled

Timed Autodisarming

ForceAutoarm B

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

NoWarnStayExit B

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

TimedAutoDis B

Enable

k8

Disable

k8

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [30 programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Note: If the 4-th option is enabled in this section, then the B partition switches to stay arming mode automatically after any regular arming (by user, by PC or by keyswitch), if the user doesnt
leave the protected area through any entry/exit point during the exit delay.

Section [31] Telephone OPTIONS


While the system is within main programming menu select section [31] to establish the telephone options. The 1 to 4 options will be displayed according to the table below:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

ON
*

OFF

Pulse dialing
*

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

DTMF dialing

Dialing mode of phone numbers

after number
of rings

Answer method to the remote calls

[2]

after double
call

[3]

enabled

disabled

Telephone line monitoring (TLM)

[4]

enabled

disabled

Silent alarms becomes audible

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Dialing

Pulse

k1

DTMF

k1

C612Answ

2Call

k2

No.of Rings

k2

TLM

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

Silent=>Audib

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [4] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [31] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Remarks:
1.

When the control panel is dialing any phone number, it will dial in pulse or DTMF mode, according to the way the respective option was set (OPT 1 is ON or OFF).

2.

The control panel checks the dialing line tone, waiting 4 seconds for that. If it cannot detect the line tone, will dial blind .. For the next call, the procedure will be repeated.

3.

If voice/sound dialer answers to the remote interrogation calls and/or panel answers to remote PC calls options are enabled, then the second option in this section establish the
way in which the control panel will automatic answer to the remote calls.
3.1 The control panel recognizes if the call is made by a modem for upload/download or is a voice call for current system status interrogation.
3.2 In case double call option is set in this section the numbers of rings programmed in section [39] will no longer be considered.

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3.3 If double call option is set, then for control panel to answer to remote PC calls and/or to the remote interrogation calls, the following conditions should met the following
conditions:

4.

The first remote call of the panel must have at least 2 rings;

The second remote call of the panel should occur after at least 10s since the first call ended, but not later than 60 seconds since the end of the first call, otherwise the second call will be
ignored. On the second call the control panel will automatically answer after the second ring.
TELEPHONE LINE MONITORING (TLM):
a)
When this feature is enabled by programming, the panel will check the existence of telephone line once every 4 seconds, except during any phone line communication and every time
when the panel is detecting an incoming call; during these 2 actions and 30 seconds after them the telephone line monitoring is stopped.
b)
An effective phone line test failure occurs only if for at least 30 seconds the panel doesnt detect the existence of telephone line and this trouble is restored only if the panel will detect
again the telephone line for at least 30 seconds, too.
c)

These events (phone line trouble and phone line trouble restore) are recorded into the 800-event LOG, but they are not reported to the central stations.

d)
Once the phone line trouble (TLT) is recorded, this trouble condition will be displayed on zone 6 LED within system trouble displaying menu - [*][4] command, and the keypads will
signal it by keypad trouble buzzer warnings and by blinking of the SYSTEM LED.
e)
Tow types for PGM1 to PGM6 outputs are included phone line trouble status and pulse on phone line trouble which goes to ON status once the phone line test is failing;
the first type of PGM will turn OFF when this trouble is restored and the second type of PGM will turn OFF after the pulse time established by programming within [22] and [43] sections.
f)

In order to generate one or more actions when the telephone line test fails, two options were included in this section as follows:
TLM OPTIONS
TLM OPTION1

TLM OPTION2

OFF

Silent alarms
become audible
X

ON

OFF

Upon a phone line test failure, the PGMs defined as phone


line trouble type will be activated and the trouble will be
displayed in the keypads trouble display menu, too.

ON

All silent alarms become audible if they are occurring while a


phone line test already failed. In the same time, upon the
phone line test failure, the PGMs defined as phone line
trouble type will be activated and the trouble will be
displayed in the keypads trouble display menu, too.

enabled TLM

ON

Telephone line monitoring = disabled

Section [32] OPTIONS for Digital Communicator


While the system is within main programming menu, to set the OPTIONS for digital communicator select section [32]. The 1 to 8 options will be displayed according to the table
bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

ON

OFF
*

enabled
*

alternate

enabled

[4]

[5]

only while
armed status

disabled

split (or double)


disabled
*

modulo 16

unconditionally

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

2nd line message

1st line message


Digital Comm

Enabled

Disabled

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

reporting mode

Reporting mode

Alternate

k2

Split

k2

Report interior zone bypassing

RepIntZbypass

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

digital communicator

reporting mode for digit which


stands for 15 to 45 user numbers
(in case of reporting in 4x2 formats)

Digits format

k4

modulo 16

k4

periodical test reporting

RepPeriodTst

only armed

k5

uncondit.

k5

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[6]

upon zone
closure

[7]

[8]

enabled

Only after alarm

upon bell cutoff


disabled

Unconditionally

RepZ Rest.

zone restore
Report only first zone alarm

RepOnly 1-stZAl
Disarm Report

Disarming report

close back

k6

sirenTexpired k6

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

Uncondit.

k8

Only Burglary k8

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [6] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [32] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Notes:
1.

There is safe to switch between alternate and split reporting modes, even during the panel transmitting to CS, but switching format types between Contact ID and 4x2 formats is still
recommended to be performed without any active CS transmission.

2.

In case the reporting to CS is programmed in this section as alternate, for control panel to initiate CS reporting, at least one CS phone number must be programmed in [74]
and/or [75] sections. If 1-st CS phone number is programmed in section [74], the control panel will first try to report any event to this phone number. After the control panel takes the
phone line over for CS transmitting, it will wait 25 seconds for handshake receiving from CS (1-st CS phone number dialing is included). In case 1-st CS phone number doesnt answer and, if
the 2-nd CS phone number is programmed in section [75], the control panel will try to report the events to the 2-nd CS phone number. After the control panel takes control of the telephone
line, again, it will wait for another 25 seconds to receive handshake from CS (2-nd CS phone number dialing is included). If neither 1st CS nor the 2-nd CS phone number answer, the panel will
have a 32 seconds rest time and then will repeat the same procedure for up to 8 times on each of both phone numbers. So, in case of alternate reporting, if no CS phone number answers,
the calling sequence is the following:
[25 seconds: 1-st CS phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][25 seconds: 2-nd CS phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32 seconds][25 seconds: 1st
CS phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][25 seconds: 2-nd CS phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32 seconds] and so on for up to 8 times on
each of both phone numbers.

Please note, if any of the CS phone numbers is not programmed, the dialing of the respective phone number will be skipped.
If even after the 8 attempts for both CS phone numbers no central station answers, the control panel will record a CS1 and CS2 communication failed event into the 800-event LOG and a
specific reporting code into the CS 80-event internal buffer, too. In the meantime, while this trouble condition appears, the SYSTEM LED will start blinking and the appropriate within system
trouble displaying menu - [*][4] command information will be displayed. If this trouble condition occurred for the first time, and the warning tones are enabled, the keypad will sound intermittent
beeps, every 8 seconds, until the users will acknowledge the trouble by means of [*][4] command, or until system/partition arming. So, as soon as the users had acknowledged the troubles by
means of [*][4] command, the keypad trouble buzzer warnings will stop, as there are no troubles in the system, but the SYSTEM LED will still remain blinking (and the proper information will be
displayed within system trouble displaying menu) until a successful transmitting to the central station accomplishes. Upon a new reportable event occurring, if the communication with CS is
established, the entire list from CS internal buffer, the old reporting codes, the new reporting codes and the failed communication reporting code, which is already in the list, will be reported all
together to the CS
3.

In case the reporting to CS is programmed in this section as split (or double), the panel will report to the central stations as follows:
If 1-st CS phone number is programmed in section [74], the control panel will first try to report to this phone number any event to be reported to CS1, selected in section
[33]. After the control panel takes the phone line over for CS1 transmitting, it will wait 25 seconds for handshake receiving from CS1 (1-st CS phone number dialing is included).
In case 1-st CS phone number doesnt answer, the panel will make a pause of 32 seconds and then will dial the phone number and wait again for 25 seconds to receive
handshake; if again the phone number doesnt answer, the panel will make again a pause of 32 seconds and the procedure will be repeated up to 8 times.

Please note that even there in section [33] are events selected to be reported to CS1, if in section [74] the 1-st CS phone number isnt programmed, the control panel will not initiate reporting to
CS1 and will not record events into the CS1 80-event internal buffer anymore.
If even after the 8 attempts the 1-st central station doesnt answer (the control panel failed to report the events to CS1), then the control panel will record a CS1 communication failed event into
the 800-event LOG and a specific reporting code into the CS1 80-event internal buffer, too. Upon a new reportable event occurring, if the communication with CS1 is established, the entire list
from CS internal buffer, the old reporting codes, the new reporting codes and the failed communication reporting code, which is already in the list, will be reported together to the CS1. In the
same time, if an event of CS1 communication failed occurred in the system, the specific reporting code will be recorded into the CS2 80-event internal buffer and will be transmitted to CS2, too.
This trouble condition will turn the SYSTEM LED blinking and the zone 3 LED ON, within system trouble displaying menu - [*][4] command. If this trouble condition occurred for first time, then the
keypad trouble buzzer warnings will be activated, too, and the keypad will emit intermittent beeps, at every 8 seconds, until the users will acknowledge the trouble by means of [*][4] command,
or until system/partition arming. So, as soon as the users had acknowledged the troubles by means of [*][4] command, the keypad trouble buzzer warnings will stop, as there are no troubles in
the system, but the SYSTEM LED will still remain blinking (and the zone 3 LED will still remain ON within system trouble displaying menu) until a successful transmitting to both CS1 and CS2.
After a successful or failed reporting to CS1, if 2-nd CS phone number is programmed in section [75], then the control panel will try to report to this phone number any event to be reported
to CS2. After the control panel takes the phone line over for CS2 transmitting, it will wait 25 seconds for handshake receiving from CS2 (2-nd CS phone number dialing is included). In case 2-nd CS
phone number doesnt answer, the panel will make a pause of 32 seconds and then will dial the phone number and wait again for 25 seconds to receive handshake; if again the phone number
doesnt answer, the panel will make again a pause of 32 seconds and the procedure will be repeated up to 8 times.

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Please note that even there in section [33] are events selected to be reported to CS2, if in section [75] the 2-nd CS phone number isnt programmed, the control panel will not initiate reporting to
CS2 and will not record events into the CS2 80-event internal buffer anymore.
If even after the 8 attempts the 2-nd central station doesnt answer (the control panel failed to report the events to CS2), then the control panel will record a CS2 communication failed event into
the 800-event LOG and a specific reporting code into the CS2 80-event internal buffer, too. Upon a new reportable event occurring, if the communication with CS2 is established, the entire list
from CS internal buffer, the old reporting codes, the new reporting codes and the failed communication reporting code, which is already in the list, will be reported together to the CS2. In the
same time, if an event of CS2 communication failed occurred in the system, the specific reporting code will be recorded into the CS1 80-event internal buffer and will be transmitted to CS1, too.
This trouble condition will turn the SYSTEM LED blinking and the zone 3 LED ON, within system trouble displaying menu - [*][4] command. If this trouble condition occurred for first time, then the
keypad trouble buzzer warnings will be activated, too, and the keypad will emit intermittent beeps, at every 8 seconds, until the users will acknowledge the trouble by means of [*][4] command,
or until system/partition arming. So, as soon as the users had acknowledged the troubles by means of [*][4] command, the keypad trouble buzzer warnings will stop, as there are no troubles in
the system, (and the zone 3 LED will still remain ON within system trouble displaying menu) until a successful transmitting to both CS1 and CS2.
So, if both phone numbers are programmed in [74] and [75] sections and none of them answers, then the calling sequence is the following:

4.

[25 seconds: CS1 phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32 seconds][25 seconds: CS1 phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32
seconds]... and so on up to 8 times for 1-st CS phone number and then

[25 seconds: CS2 phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32 seconds][25 seconds: CS2 phone number dialing and waiting for handshake][pause of 32
seconds]... and so on up to 8 times for 2-nd CS phone number.

Within zone restore denomination there is an event which is referring to the recording moment into the 800-event LOG and to the reporting moment to CS, as follows:

For audible zones which triggered the alarm and then their loops closed back, the zone restore event can be set to occur either upon zone closure or upon bell cut-off;

For audible zones which triggered the alarm and their loops remain open even after the bell cut-off, the zone restore event will occur upon zone closure, regardless of zone
restore option programming.

For all silent zones the zone restore event will occur only upon zone closure, regardless of zone restore option programming.

Report only first zone alarm is a function of the zone restores option, too. If the zone restore event is set to occur upon bell cut-off and this option is set as enabled, then, for any
audible zone the control panel will consider only first zone violation, which triggers the siren timer (once the zone made the alarm sound and then its loop closes and opens for several
times, it will no longer record alarms into the 800-event LOG and/or into the first 9 alarm memory while siren is sounding).
Considering that during one siren activation period only first violation of each audible zone will trigger the siren timer, for any zone which allows auto shutdown, during the same
arming period (or during the same disarming period for 24h zones), there are 2 situations regarding the zone restore events and auto shutdown:

4.1

if zone restore event is set to occur upon zone closure, then the maximum alarm number which can be recorded by such a zone, will be equal with swinger shutdown
counter, even though these alarms occur during one siren activation period or that zone itself will trigger the siren timer for more times, when it gets violated.

If zone restore event is set to occur upon bell cut-off, then the maximum number of siren timer triggering which can be performed by such a zone will be equal with
swinger shutdown counter. Please note that if report only first zone alarm is disabled, too, such a zone may record more alarms than swinger shutdown counter; this is
possible because once the zone made the alarm sound and then its loop closes and opens for several times it will keep recording alarms into the 800-event LOG and/or into the first 9
alarm memory while siren is sounding, but zone restore event will occur only upon bell cut-off.

This is happening because the panel is counting the zone restore events for any zone which allows auto shutdown and the zone will bypass from swinger only after the
number of zone restorations gets to the swinger shutdown counter.

Section [33] Split Reporting Options for CS1&CS2


Where CS1 is the first central monitoring station and CS2 is the second central monitoring station to which the control panel transmits the events occurred in the system.
When the panel is being within main programming menu, in order to establish the events to be transmitted to CS1&CS2 in case of split reporting, select section [33]. The
1 to 8 options will be displayed according to the table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key
pressed to
toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

* enabled

[2]

* enabled

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF

1st line message

disabled

Reports alarms, restorations, ambush and panics to CS1

disabled

Reports arming, disarming and bypassing to CS1

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2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

AlResAmbPanCS1

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

ArmDisByssCS1

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

Reports tampers, troubles, restores and periodical test


to CS1

[3]

* enabled

disabled

[4]

* enabled

disabled

Reports fire and emergency to CS1

[5]

disabled

Reports alarms, restorations, ambush and panics to CS2

[6]

disabled

[7]

* enabled

disabled

[8]

* enabled

disabled

* enabled
* enabled

Reports arming, disarming and bypassing to CS2

Reports tampers, troubles, restores and periodical test


to CS2
*

Reports fire and emergency to CS2

TmpTrbTstCS1

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

FireEmCS1

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

AlResAmbPanCS2

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

ArmDisByssCS2

Enable

k6

Disable

k6

TmpTrbTstCS2

Enable

k7

Disable

k7

FireEmCS2

Enable

k8

Disable

k8

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [8] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [33] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Notes:
1.

The options selected in [33] section are operational only if the option of split reporting is selected in section [32] OPTIONS for digital communicator.

2.

Keeping options in [33] section as default (all events are selected in [33] section to be reported to CS1 and to CS2) and programming 2 phone numbers in sections [74] and [75], will
result in a double reporting, to both CS1 and CS2.

Section [34] OPTIONS for voice/sound dialer


While the system is within main programming menu, in order to establish the voice/sound dialer options select [34] section. The 1 to 5 options will be displayed according to the
table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key
pressed to
toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Follow me report

VsRepAlarms

Enable

k1

Disable

k1

AC power loss event initiates voice/sound reporting

VSRepACloss

Enable

k2

Disable

k2

VSRepAnswer

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

disabled

Voice/sound
dialer
answers
to
the
remote
interrogation calls
Ambush event initiates the sound/voice reporting

VSRepAmbush

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

disabled

Voice module

MPV

Enable

k5

Disable

k5

enabled

enabled

disabled

enabled

disabled

enabled

enabled

disabled

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [5] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [34] programming section, waiting for a new
command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Notes:
1.

If first option in this section is set as enabled, then, upon occurring in the system of some alarm events, the control panel will automatic initiate the reporting on the phone line of
these events and the system status, too, by voice messages or by synthesis sounds, specific to these events.

2.

An additional condition should be met for control panel to automatic initiate the voice/sound reporting on the phone line: at least one of the 4 follow me phone numbers should be
programmed (see programming/selective erasure sessions of the 1 to 4 follow me phone numbers, accessible to the master user by means of one of [*][7][Master Code][5X][Phone
number X][#] or [CODE][Master Code][5X][Phone number X][#] commands) .

3.

If second option in this section is set as enabled, then the same condition should be met for AC power loss event to automatic initiate the voice/sound reporting on the phone line:
at least one of the 4 follows me phone numbers should be programmed.

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4.

If third option in this section is set as enabled, then the control panel will answer to the remote interrogation calls (either after double call or after the programmed number of rings)
and it will report the system status by specific voice messages or by specific synthesis sounds.

5.

If the control panel automatic answers to the remote calls for system status interrogation, then it will report on the phone line the voice message or synthesis sounds specific to the AC
power loss event, even if this event hasnt yet initiated the transmission to the central station or the voice/sound dialer hasnt yet start the voice/sound reporting to the follow me phone
numbers.

6.

The control panel can report (upon remote interrogation calls and to the follow me phone numbers, too) up to 8 voice messages only when there it is using the MPV8 voice module; voice
messages are specific to alarms on 1 to 8 1zones.

7.

In case there is no MPV8 voice module on the main board or it was deactivated, the panel will report upon remote interrogation calls or to the follow me phone numbers only by
specific synthesis sounds.

Section [35] Report and Download OPTIONS


When the system is within main programming menu, to establish the download options select section [35]. The 1 to 3 options will be displayed according to the table bellow:
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key
pressed to
toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

[2]

[3]
[4]

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

enabled

disabled

Callback required

CallBackRq

Enable

k1

Disable

enabled

disabled

Panel answers to remote PC calls

C612AnswPC

Enable

k2

Disable

k1
k2

enabled

disabled

Automatic LOG transmission when LOG is 90% full

ARepPC90%

Enable

k3

Disable

k3

enabled

disabled

Report round OK at the end of round period

RepRoundAtEnd

Enable

k4

Disable

k4

Note: The default programmed options are marked with *.

Press the [1] to [4] keys in order to turn the appropriate option enabled/disabled and the keypads will display activate/deactivate status of the
corresponding options.
After setting these options, press [#] key to confirm. The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the [35] programming
section, waiting for a new command to enter another section or [#] key to exit the main programming menu.
Note: In case both callback required and Panel answers to remote PC calls options are selected, the control panel will answer to PC calls either after double call or after the number
of rings programmed in section [39]. Once the control panel answers to PC calls, the control panel and PC will verify each other the passwords (the control panel and PC identification codes within
upload/download, programmed in sections [91] and [92]) and, if the passwords are correct the control panel and PC will close the phone line. Then, the PC modem automatically will pass into
the auto-answer mode for control panel calls and the control panel will start to dial the PC phone number programmed in section [93]. While the control panel is calling back the PC phone
number the PC modem will take the phone line over and try to communicate with panel. The control panel and PC will verify again each other passwords and, if the passwords are correct, the
communication between the control panel and PC will be activated. If the communication between the control panel and PC was successfully activated, then the keypad buzzer of the system will
sound 6 confirmation beeps. After the control panel dialed the last digit of PC phone number it will wait for 20 seconds for the PC modem to answer. If the communication between the control
panel and PC couldnt be activated during this time the keypad buzzer of the system will sound a long error beep. Next, the control panel will call back again the PC phone number for 2 more
times and the keypad buzzer of the system will sound a long error beep each time the communication between the control panel and the PC could not be activated. Please note that if the digital
communicator is enabled by programming and the corresponding reporting codes - PC connecting/disconnecting - were programmed in the [61] and [72] programming sections, after the first
verifying of the passwords, the control panel will first report these codes to the central station and only then will dial back the PC phone number.

Section [36]: Entry Delay 1/ Entry Delay 2 Timers


While system is within main programming menu, to set the entry delay 1 and 2 timers select section [36] and then enter 2 groups of 3 digits each (001 to 255 seconds).

, type one 3 digit number


EntryTime A
or
030
The default entry delay times are both 30 seconds.
[#]

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

EntryTime B
030

Choice Sect:

After the first 3 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 3 digits it will sound 6 beeps; the panel exits the [36] programming section and will wait for a new
command to enter another section.
Press [#] key instead of the 3 corresponding digits if modifying of any timing is no longer desired.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

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Example: If the entry delay 1 is to be set to 10 sec. and the entry delay 2 is to be unchanged, enter: |010||#|. After the first 3 digits the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after pressing
the [#] key, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the main programming menu, press
[#] key gain.
Notes:
1.

The entry delay 1 timer applies to all zones defined as delayed 1 type and the entry delay 2 timer applies to all zones defined as delayed 2 type; if partitions were allowed by
programming in the [20] section, each entry delay time applies to the partition which has assigned the respective delayed zones and if partitioning was not allowed, both entry delay times
apply to the system (because all the zones belong to the system in this case..

2.

The entry delay times set the periods of time permitted between the first violation of any delayed zone and the system/partition disarming. Once the system/partition is armed, first
violation of the delayed zones will start the appropriate entry-delay timer, giving to the user enough time to enter the premise and to disarm the system totally or partially. The user must
disarm the system/partition before the appropriate entry-delay timer elapses or the system will generate an alarm. If a delayed zone triggers the alarm, the system or the appropriate
partition will switch to an instant working mode which will be signaled by a fast blinking of the corresponding ARMED LED (the alarm was once triggered by a delayed zone and all the zones
usually of delayed type will respond as instant type in the respective partition).

3.

For the entry delay 1 and 2 timers any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result
in memory as programmed value. If the result of adjustment is 0 (the entry delay is set at 0), then the zone which is usually of delayed type will respond as instant type and will trigger
the alarm once it is violated. So, when any user enters the protected area through the delayed zone to disarm the system/partition, unexpected alarms will be triggered by this zone!

Section [37]: Exit Delay 1/ Exit Delay 2 Timers


While system is within main programming menu, to set the entry delay 1 and 2 timers select section [37] and then enter 2 groups of 3 digits each (001 to 255 seconds).

ExitTime A
060

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

ExitTime B
060

The default exit delay times are both 60 seconds.

Choice Sect:

After the first 3 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 3 digits it will sound 6 beeps; the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter
another section.
Press [#] key instead of the 3 corresponding digits if modifying of any timing is no longer desired.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
After entering the required arming sequence (i.e. any valid user code entering), the exit delay parameters determine the amount of times a user has to leave the protected area
before the panel arms the partition (or the entire system).
Example: If the exit delay 1 is to be set to 20 sec. and the exit delay 2 is to be unchanged, enter: |020||#|. After the first 3 digits the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after [#] key, the
keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key gain.
Notes:
1.

For the exit delay timers any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory
as programmed value. If the result of adjustment is 0, then the appropriate exit time is 0 and after any valid user code entering for system/partition arming may cause
unexpected alarms!

2.

Each exit delay time applies to all zones in the selected partition as follows:
-

If partitions were allowed by programming in [20] section, then the exit delay 1 applies to all zones in the first partition and the exit delay 2 applies to all zones in the second
partition;

If partitioning were not allowed by programming in [20] section, then the exit delay 1 applies to all zones in the system and the exit delay 2 will be no longer considerate by the
panel.

Section [38]: Burglary / Fire siren Timers


These timings (burglary siren timer and fire siren timer) establish siren activation timings in case of any fire alarms and audible burglary alarms respectively will occur in the
system.
While the system is being within main programming menu, to set the burglary/fire siren timers, select section [38] and enter 2 groups of 2 digits each (01 to 99 minutes
for each timer).
While system is within main programming menu, to set the entry delay 1 and 2 timers select section [36] and then enter 2 groups of 3 digits each (001 to 255 seconds).

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Burg T Siren
04

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

Fire T Siren
15

Choice Sect:

After the first 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the next 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for
a new command to enter another section.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Example 1: One may want to program the burglary siren timer at 3 minutes, without modifying the fire siren timer. In this case enter |03||#|. After the first 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will
sound 3 beeps and after [#] key, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the main
programming menu, press [#] key.
Example 2: One may want to program the burglary siren timer at 2 minutes and the fire siren timer at 10 minutes. In this case enter |02||10|. After the first 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will
sound 3 beeps and after the next 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the
main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

A fire alarm may be triggered by a fire zone type or from the keypad by simultaneously pressing of [7] and [9] keys. Because any fire alarm are only as audible and pulsing type, the
fire siren timer is triggered every time when a fire alarm is triggered;

2.

The burglary siren timer is triggered by any other zone types (differed of fire) or from the keypad (by pressing [*]+[#] or [1]+[3]), only if the alarm triggered by the respective zone
types (or by special commands from keypad [*]+[#] and [1]+[3]) are audible (they activates the siren, too);

3.

Once any audible zone activated the siren and triggered the burglary siren timer (or fire siren timer), then that zone will not retrigger any more this -siren timer each time it will get
violated, but that zone will keep recording alarms in the first 9 alarm memory and into the 800-event LOG as well. At the same time, the control panel will send the respective alarm codes
(and/or voice messages) to the central station (and/or to the programmed follow me phone numbers by voice/sound dialer) each time that zone gets violated. If another audible zone is
violated while the siren was previously started, then the siren timer will be retriggered again, but during one siren activation period only first violation of each audible zone will retrigger
this timings. That means if a zone triggered the siren timer once and then, during the same siren activation period, its loop closes and opens for several times, then that zone will not
trigger again the siren timer, but it will keep recording alarms in the first 9 alarm memory and into the 800-event LOG as well. Then, when the siren stops sounding, another violation of
the same audible zones will make again siren sounding and siren timer triggering.

4.

For the burglary siren timer and fire siren timer you can set even the value 00. Dont program the value 00 for burglary siren timer and fire siren timer because the siren
will no longer activate upon the burglary and fire alarms!

Section [39]: Transmission Delay upon AC power loss (00 to 99 minutes) / Number of rings (01 to 99 rings)
While system is being within main programming menu, in order to establish the transmission delay upon AC power loss (01 to 99 minutes) and the number of rings, you have
to select section [39] and then enter 2 groups of 2 digits.

Delay ACLoss
02

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

No.of Rings
10

Choice Sect:

The transmission delay upon AC power (220Vac) loss is the time lapse after which the control panel will transmit this event to the central station (or the time lapse after which the
control panel starts the voice/sound transmitting of the event). If meanwhile the AC power is restored, the event reporting code and the voice message, too, are no longer
transmitted.
Ring number is the number of rings after that the control panel answers to the remote calls, the remote interrogation calls and/or the remote PC calls.
After the first 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the next 2 digits, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section,
waiting for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If transmission delay upon AC power loss was set at 00, then the panel will transmit this event to the central station once it occurred (or the panel starts the voice/sound transmitting of
the event once it occurred).

2.

The ring number programmed in this section is no longer considered in case double call option is set in section [35].

Section [40]: Intellizone Time Window


Enter 3 digits (001 to 255 seconds) in order to set the Intellizone Time Window.

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Window IntlZ
050

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps after the 3-digit group and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Note: For the Intellizone Time Window any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in
memory as programmed value. If the result of adjustment is 0, then there will be no Intellizone Time Window and all zones in the system will respond as normal, even for some of them
their intellizone attribute were set as enabled!

Section [41]: Swinger Shutdown Counter / Keypad Lockout Counter


In order to establish the swinger shutdown counter and keypad lockout counter, enter 2 groups of 2 digits (0 to 15), the first 2-digit group being the swinger shutdown counter
and the second 2-digit group being the keypad lockout counter.

SwingStDw Cnt
03

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

KpLockout Cnt
10

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If the option of keypad lockout after too many wrong codes was enabled within section [20], then the keypad lockout counter will be counting the successive attempts of entering wrong
access codes. In case the successive attempts of entering wrong access codes gets the value set in this section the keypad will lock for 7 minutes and all the keypad LEDs will fast blink. The
event will be memorized into the 800-event LOG, which can be uploaded and viewed onto PC by EZcom C612 Software and optionally a specific reporting code will be transmitted to CS, too
(if the digital communicator is enabled by programming and the appropriate reporting code is programmed within [58] or [69] section).

2.

For the keypad lockout counter any value from 00 to 99 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 16 and will record the result in memory as
programmed value. If the result of adjustment is 0, then the panel will record the default value of 10.

3.

For any zone which allows auto shutdown the panel is counting the zone restore events and in case the number of zone restores gets the value set in this section, the respective zone will be
automatic bypassed from swinger for that arming period (or for that disarming period for 24h zones) until a new disarming (or arming).

4.

For the swinger shutdown counter any value from 00 to 99 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 16 and will record the result in memory as
programmed value. If the result of adjustment is 0, then the panel will record the default value of 03.

Section [42]: Number of voice or sound dialing sequences / Time of the Voice or Sound Reporting
Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first being the number of times the voice message (or the synthesis sounds) will be repeated for programmed phone numbers (01 to 99 sequences) and
the second 2-digit group being the time (01 to 99 seconds) of the voice reporting (or of the synthesis sounds).

No.of MPVSeq
02

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

TimeMPV
30

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Remark: A voice/sound dialing sequence consists of sending the voice message (or the synthesis sounds) once to each of the programmed phone numbers (up to 4 follow me phone numbers).
After a voice dialing sequence was finished, the control panel will begin the next sequence similarly until the sequence number programmed in this section was over.
Note: For the number of voice/sound dialing sequences and time of the voice/sound reporting you can set even the value 00. Dont program the value 00 for these parameters because
the voice message or the synthesis sounds will no longer be transmitted on the phone line!

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Section [43]: Activation times for PGM1 to PGM6 defined as pulse types (001 to 255 seconds or minutes)
Activation times (001 to 255 seconds or minutes) for PGM1 to PGM6 defined as pulse types stand for number of the seconds or minutes, depending of appropriate option programming
in section [22], during which each pulse PGM type will be activated to GND.

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

TonPGM1
002
TonPGM3
002

TonPGM5
002

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

TOnPGM2
002

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]
, type one 3 digit number
or
[#]

TOnPGM4
002
TOnPGM6
002

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]
, type one 3 digit number
or
[#]

Choice Sect:

After the first 3 digits were entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and 6 beeps after the last 3 digits. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
Press [#] key instead of the corresponding 3-digit group if one of the 6 timings isnt to be modified.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Example: If activation time of PGM1 defined as pulse type is to be set at 10 seconds (or minutes - see section [22]) and activation time of PGM2 defined as pulse type isnt to be modify, enter
|010|[#] keys. After the 3-digit group was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after [#] key was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits
the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section. To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

These pulse durations are individually programmable in [22] and [43] sections for all PGMs, in seconds or minutes for each PGM and they establish the activation time for all following
PGM outputs defined as pulse types: pulse after exit delay, pulse on arming, pulse on disarming, courtesy light, pulse on siren troubles, retriggerable mono-stable and resetable
mono-stable.

2.

Because in section [22] the default appropriate options establish activation times to be in seconds, the default activation time for each PGM1 to PGM6 is 2 seconds.

3.

For each activation time of PGMs defined as pulse type, any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in
memory as programmed value. If any result of adjustment is 0, then the respective PGM defined as any pulse types will activate only for 1 second or for 1 minute!

Section [44]: Installers Programming Code Changing


While the control panel is within main programming menu, to modify the installers programming code select section [44] and then enter the
following sequence:
[x][x][x][x]
where
1.

(or [x][x][x][x][x][x] for 6-digit codes)

Installer Code
0269

[x][x][x][x] and [x][x][x][x][x][x] are the new 4 or 6 digits for installers programming code, by default 0269 or 026900.
[#] key pressing may skip installers programming code changing.

For KP-126P (LED keypad) programming you can have these situations:
2.1. After entering the first digit of a new sequence for installers programming code the zone 2 LED will be blinking. That means the control panel is waiting for second
digit for new value of the installers programming code.
2.2. After entering second digit of the installers programming code the zone 3 LED will be blinking. That means the control panel is waiting for third digit for new value
of the installers programming code and so on, until entering the last digit of the installers programming code (the forth for 4-digit codes and the sixth for 6-digit codes).
2.3. After any digit was pressed, Installers Programming Code Changing may be canceled by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad
buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for installers programming code and the control panel will go back within main programming menu.

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Note: Do not enter [*] key while entering the digits of the installers programming code! The keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep and will reject [*] key.

After entering the last digit of the installers programming code the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within
main programming menu.

3.

Notes:
Erasing of the installers programming code isnt allowed. If, by mistake, installer is trying to erase the installers programming code (by entering of [*] key instead of sequence of 4 or
6 digits while the control panel just entered section [44]), the keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep and will exit the main programming menu. The control panel will keep the old value
for installers programming code.
The default 6 digit codes are 123400 for master code and 026900 for installers programming code.
Attention! If you program a 6-digit code, the control panel will memorize the 5-th and 6-th digits as they were programmed. So, the control panel doesnt reset the 5-th and the 6-th digit of the
codes at successive switches between 4-digit codes and 6-digit codes and the other way round.
Have in mind! After completing the alarm system installation and programming, you should:
1.

Change the value of the installers programming code;

2.

Keep the installers programming code safely for a subsequent use, especially if the reset to default lockout option will be set as enabled within [20] section.

Section [45]: Programming of the Installers Maintenance Code


While the control panel is being within main programming menu, to modify the installers maintenance code select section [45] and then
enter the following sequence:
[x][x][x][x](or [x][x][x][x][x][x] for 6-digit codes)

1.

Maintenance Code
Unprogrammed

Programming/erasing of the maintenance code may be skipped by [#] key pressing.

1.1 After [#] key pressing, if the maintenance code was programmed during a previous programming session, then the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps
and the system will pass to display the first 5 rights of the maintenance code (step no. 3).
1.2 After [#] key pressing, if the maintenance code wasnt programmed during a previous programming session, then the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation
beeps and the control panel will go back within main programming menu.
2.

In order to programm maintenance code enter the above sequence from the keypad. The LED keypad will react as following:

2.1. After entering the first digit of a new sequence for maintenance code the zone 2 LED will be blinking. That means the control panel is waiting for second digit for
new value of the maintenance code.
2.2. After entering second digit of the maintenance code the zone 3 LED will be blinking. That means the control panel is waiting for third digit for new value of the
maintenance code and so on, until entering the last digit of the maintenance code (the forth for 4-digit codes and the sixth for 6-digit codes).
2.3. After any digit was pressed, programming of the maintenance code may be canceled by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad
buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for maintenance code and the control panel will go back within main programming menu.
Note: Do not enter [*] key while entering the digits of the maintenance code! The keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep and will reject [*] key.

3.

After entering the last digit of the maintenance code the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step.

By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS1 set of the maintenance code can be maintained as it was previously established.
3.1 The rights of the maintenance code are displayable on 1 to 8 options; in order to turn the rights activate/deactivate, the installer should press the 1 to 8 keys
and the appropriate right will turn ON/OFF. For LED keypads, if a zone LED is ON, while the user code rights are displayed, means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone
LED is OFF means the right is disabled.

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1st set of rights


KP-126P - LED keypad

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

enabled

disabled

Zone bypassing

[2]

enabled

disabled

[3]

enabled

disabled

[4]

enabled

disabled

Force arming

Force arming

Allowed

k4

Not allowed

k4

[5]

enabled

disabled

Disarming/siren stopping;

Disarm/SirenStop

Allowed

k5

Not allowed

k5

[6]

enabled

disabled

Access to partition A

Access Part A

Allowed

k6

Not allowed

k6

[7]

enabled

disabled

Access to partition B

Access Part B

Allowed

k7

Not allowed

k7

[8]

Access from phone line

AccessFromPhLine

Allowed

k8

Not allowed

k8

ON

enabled

OFF

disabled

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Bypassing Z

Allowed

k1

Not allowed

k1

Regular arming

Arming

Allowed

k2

Not allowed

k2

Stay arming

Stay arming

Allowed

k3

Not allowed

k3

3.2 Finally installer should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS1 set of the maintenance code.
After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step.
By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS2 set of the maintenance code can be maintained as it was previously established.
On KP-126P the user code rights are displayable on 1 to 8 LEDs; in order to turn the rights activate/deactivate, the installer should press the 1 to 8 keys and the
appropriate LED will turn ON/OFF. If the a zone LED is ON that means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF that means the right is disabled.
2nd set of rights
KP-126P - LED keypad

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

ON

OFF

[1]

enabled

disabled

PGM1 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM1

Allowed

k1

Not allowed

k1

[2]

enabled

disabled

PGM2 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM2

Allowed

k2

Not allowed

k2

[3]

enabled

disabled

PGM3 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM3

Allowed

k3

Not allowed

k3

[4]

enabled

disabled

PGM4 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM4

Allowed

k4

Not allowed

k4

[5]

enabled

disabled

PGM5 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM5

Allowed

k5

Not allowed

k5

[6]

enabled

disabled

PGM6 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM6

Allowed

k6

Not allowed

k6

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

4.2 Finally the installer should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS2 set of the maintenance code.
After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step.
By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS3 set of the maintenance code can be maintained as it was previously established
5.1 The user code rights are displayable on 1 to 2 LEDs; in order to turn the rights activate/deactivate, the installer should press the 1 to 2 keys and the appropriate
LED will turn ON/OFF. If the a zone LED is ON that means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF that means the right is disabled.

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3rd set of rights


KP-126P - LED keypad

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

ON

OFF

[1]

enabled

disabled

Start guardian rounds

Start Rounds

Allowed

k1

Not allowed

k1

[2]

enabled

disabled

Stop guardina rounds

Stop Rounds

Allowed

k2

Not allowed

k2

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

5.2 Finally the installer should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS3 set of the maintenance code. After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps
and the control panel will go back within main programming menu.
6.

Entering of the [*] key (instead of sequence of 4 or 6 digits) can perform Erasure of maintenance code while the control panel just entered section [45]. After [*] key was
entered the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within main programming menu.

Notes:
1.

The maintenance code has only the first 5 rights enabled by default and only installer can change them while he is within session of maintenance code programming (section [45]).

2.

In case of arming/stay arming/disarming/ambush by maintenance code, in order to generate the event codes for transmission to CS in 4x2 formats (4 account digits + 2 event
digits), the panel will automatic add the digit [0] to each specific event digit of arming/stay arming/disarming/ambush by user, defined in [52], [53], [54] and [57] sections.

3.

In case of arming/stay arming/disarming/ambush by maintenance code, if transmission to CS is done in CID format (4 account digits + 4 event digits + 3 zone/user digits), the
panel will automatic add another 3 digits of [0] after each specific 4-digit of arming/stay arming/disarming/ambush by user, defined in [63], [64], [65] and [68] sections.

4.

As a conclusion, the installers maintenance code will be identified at the central stations as user 0. So, these messages from central stations - arming/stay
arming/disarming/ambush by user 0 - should be redefined as arming/stay arming/disarming/ambush by installer.

Section [46]: Master Code Programming Performed by Installer


While the control panel is being within main programming menu, in order to program the master code select section [46] and then enter the
following sequence:
[x][x][x][x](or [x][x][x][x][x][x] for 6-digit codes)
and then assign the rights you what this code to have on the system, according to the following tables:

Master Code
1234

1. MASTER USER CODE CHANGING MAY BE SKIPPED BY [#] KEY PRESSING.


After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the system will pass to display the first 5 rights of the master code (step no. 3, because
erasing of the master code is never allowed).
2. IN ORDER TO CHANGE THE MASTER USER CODE KEY IN THE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE FROM THE KEYPAD:
[x][x][x][x] for 4-digit codes (or [x][x][x][x][x][x] for 6-digit codes),
where

[x][x][x][x] and [x][x][x][x][x][x] are the new 4 or 6 digits for master code.

2.1. After entering the first digit of a new sequence for master code the zone 2 LED will be blinking. That means the control panel is waiting for second digit for new
value of the master code.
2.2. After entering second digit of the master code the zone 3 LED will be blinking. That means the control panel is waiting for third digit for new value of the master
code and so on, until entering the last digit of the master code (the forth for 4-digit codes and the sixth for 6-digit codes).
2.3. After any digit was pressed, master code programming may be canceled by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for master code and the control panel will go back within main programming menu.
Note: Do not enter [*] key while entering the digits of the master code! The keypad buzzer will sound a long error beep and will reject [*] key.

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3. After entering the last digit of the master user code the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step:
By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS1 set of the master user code can be maintained as it was previously established.
3.1 The rights of the master code are displayable on 1 to 8 options; in order to turn the rights activate/deactivate, the installer should press the 1 to 8 keys and
the appropriate right will turn ON/OFF. For LED keypads, if a zone LED is ON, while the user code rights are displayed, means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED
is OFF means the right is disabled.
1st set of rights
KP-126P - LED keypad

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

ON

OFF

[1]

*enabled

disabled

Zone bypassing

[2]

*enabled

disabled

[3]

*enabled

disabled

[4]

*enabled

[5]

*enabled

[6]

*enabled

disabled

[7]

*enabled

disabled

Access to partition B

Access Part B

Allowed

k7

Not allowed

k7

[8]

*enabled

disabled

Access from phone line

AccessFromPhLine

Allowed

k8

Not allowed

k8

Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

Bypassing Z

Allowed

k1

Not allowed

k1

Regular arming

Arming

Allowed

k2

Not allowed

k2

Stay arming

Stay arming

Allowed

k3

Not allowed

k3

disabled

Force arming

Force arming

Allowed

k4

Not allowed

k4

disabled

Disarming/siren stopping;

Disarm/SirenStop

Allowed

k5

Not allowed

k5

Access to partition A

Access Part A

Allowed

k6

Not allowed

k6

3.2 Finally installer should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS1 set of the master user code.
After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step.
By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS2 set of the master user code can be maintained as it was previously established.
On KP-126P the user code rights are displayable on 1 to 8 LEDs; in order to turn the rights activate/deactivate, the installer should press the 1 to 8 keys and the
appropriate LED will turn ON/OFF. If the a zone LED is ON that means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF that means the right is disabled.
2nd set of rights
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

*enabled

[2]

[3]

[4]

[5]

[6]

ON

OFF

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

disabled

PGM1 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM1

Allowed

k1

Not allowed

k1

*enabled

disabled

PGM2 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM2

Allowed

k2

Not allowed

k2

*enabled

disabled

PGM3 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM3

Allowed

k3

Not allowed

k3

*enabled

disabled

PGM4 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM4

Allowed

k4

Not allowed

k4

disabled

PGM5 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM5

Allowed

k5

Not allowed

k5

disabled

PGM6 activating/deactivating

En/Dis PGM6

Allowed

k6

Not allowed

k6

*enabled
*enabled

4.2 Finally the installer should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS set of the maister user code.

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After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 3 confirmation beeps and the panel will pass to the next step.
By [#] key pressing, RIGHTS3 set of the master user code can be maintained as it was previously established
5.1 The user code rights are displayable on 1 to 2 LEDs; in order to turn the rights activate/deactivate, the installer should press the 1 to 2 keys and the appropriate
LED will turn ON/OFF. If the a zone LED is ON that means the appropriate right is enabled and if the zone LED is OFF that means the right is disabled.
3rd set of rights
KP-126P - LED keypad

Key pressed
to toggle
option

Zone
LED

[1]

*enabled

[2]

*enabled

ON

KP-612LCD (KP-612LCDL) LCD keypad


Description

OFF

1st line message

2nd line message


Enabled

Disabled

disabled

Start guardian rounds

Start Rounds

Allowed

k1

Not allowed

k1

disabled

Stop guardina rounds

Stop Rounds

Allowed

k2

Not allowed

k2

5.2 Finally installer should press [#] key to confirm the RIGHTS2 set of the master code. After [#] key pressing the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the
control panel will go back within main programming menu.
Notes:
1.

The master code has all the 16 rights enabled by default and they are programmable only by installer (only installer can change the 16 rights of the master code while he is
being within programming session of master code - section [46]).

2.

Erasing of the master code IS NOT allowed. If, by mistake, installer is trying to erase the master code (by entering of [*] key instead of sequence of 4 or 6 digits while the control
panel just entered section [46]), the keypad buzzer will sound a long rejection beep and will exit the main programming menu. The control panel will keep the old value for master code.

Section [47]: First Panel Account for Identifying at CS

Account1
FFFF

Enter 4 digits (HEX digits may be used), which will stand for first control panel account.
[x][x][x][x]

(default value is [FFFF] )

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after any digit entering and 6 beeps after entering of the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
After any digit was pressed, programming of the first panel account may be canceled by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for first panel account and the control panel will go back within main programming menu
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

By default, the first panel account is 0000.

2.

Any time when the control panel is dialing the 1-st CS phone number, in order to identify itself to CS, the control panel will use the first panel account which is set in this section,
irrespective of way the alternate or split reporting option was set.

Section [48]: Second Panel Account for Identifying at CS2

Account2
FFFF

Enter 4 digits (HEX digits may be used), which will stand for first control panel account.
[x][x][x][x]

(default value is [FFFF] )

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after any digit entering and 6 beeps after entering of
will wait for a new command.

the last one. Then the panel exits the section and

After any digit was pressed, programming of the second panel account may be canceled by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps, the system will keep the old value for second panel account and the control panel will go back within main programming menu
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

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Notes:
1.

By default, the second panel account is 0000.

2.

In order to identify itself to CS2, the control panel will use the second panel account, which is set in this section, only if the split (or double) reporting option was set and only while the
control panel is dialing the 2-nd CS phone number.

Section [49]: 1st Reporting Format / 2nd Reporting Format


Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2-digit group being the type of the format for CS1 transmission and the second 2-digit group being the type of the format for CS2 transmission.

1st Rep.Format
DTMF AdemcoCID

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

2nd Rep.Format
DTMF AdemcoCID

Format
code

2nd line message

[00]

10pps4x2p1.4/1.8

10PPS,4x2 with parity,1400Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[01]

10pps4x2p2.3/1.8

10PPS,4x2 with parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[02]

10pps4x2 1.4/1.8

10PPS,4x2 no parity,1400Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[03]

10pps4x2 2.3/1.8

10PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[04]

10pps4x2p1.4/1.9

10PPS,4x2 with parity,1400Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[05]

10pps4x2p2.3/1.9

10PPS,4x2 with parity,2300Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[06]

10pps4x2 1.4/1.9

10PPS,4x2 no parity,1400Hz kisson,1900Hz data

Description

[07]

10pps4x2 2.3/1.9

10PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[20]

20pps4x2p1.4/1.8

20PPS,4x2 with parity,1400Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[21]

20pps4x2p2.3/1.8

20PPS,4x2 with parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[22]

20pps4x2 1.4/1.8

20PPS,4x2 no parity,1400Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[23]

20pps4x2 2.3/1.8

20PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[24]

20pps4x2p1.4/1.9

20PPS,4x2 with parity,1400Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[25]

20pps4x2p2.3/1.9

20PPS,4x2 with parity,2300Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[29]

20pps4x2 1.4/1.9

20PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[30]

20pps4x2 2.3/1.9

20PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[40]

40pps4x2p1.4/1.8

40PPS,4x2 with parity,1400Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[41]

40pps4x2p2.3/1.8

40PPS,4x2 with parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[42]

40pps4x2 1.4/1.8

40PPS,4x2 no parity,1400Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[43]

40pps4x2 2.3/1.8

40PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1800Hz data

[44]

40pps4x2p1.4/1.9

40PPS,4x2 with parity,1400Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[45]

20pps4x2p2.3/1.9

20PPS,4x2 with parity,2300Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[46]

20pps4x2 1.4/1.9

20PPS,4x2 no parity,1400Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[47]

20pps4x2 2.3/1.9

20PPS,4x2 no parity,2300Hz kisson,1900Hz data

[10]

DTMF4x2 AdemcoEx

[90]

DTMF AdemcoCID

DTMF, 4x2 Ademco Express


DTMF Ademco ContactID

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, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

Notes:
1.

Switching format types between Contact ID and 4x2 formats is recommended to be performed without any active CS transmission.

2.

Any time when the control panel is dialing the 1-st CS phone number, the panel will report in the 1-st reporting format which is set in this section, irrespective of way the alternate or split
reporting option was set.

3.

The panel will report in the 2-nd reporting format which is set in this section, only if the split (or double) reporting option was set and only while the control panel is dialing the 2-nd CS phone
number.

Section [50]: Ding Time / Ding Pause


Enter 2 digits (HEX digits may be used) in order to set the ding time and pause, the first digit multiplied by 65ms being ding time and the second digit multiplied by 65ms
being ding pause.

, type one 1 digit number


or
[#]

Ding time
9

, type one 1 digit number


or
[#]

Ding pause
9

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps after the 2-digit group and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [51]: Types for PGM1 to PGM6 Outputs


While system is being within main programming menu, to set the type of programmable PGM1 to PGM6 outputs, select section [51] and then enter 6 groups of 2 digits each:

PGM1 Type
Reset Monost

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

PGM3 Type
Reset Monost

PGM5 Type
Reset Monost

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

PGM2 Type
Reset Monost

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

PGM4 Type
Reset Monost

PGM6 Type
Reset Monost

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

, type one 2 digit number


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The first group is setting the PGM1 type; the second group is setting the PGM2 type and so on.
After the first 2 digits were entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and after the last 2 digits were entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel
exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
Press [#] key instead of the 2 corresponding digits if the type of one of the programmable outputs isnt to be changed.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

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Type
code

2nd line message

[00]

Unuse

[01]

Panic Latch

[02]

Fire Latch

[03]

Description

[42]

on Disrming

[39]

Courtesy Light

Pulse on disarming
Courtesy light

Unused PGM

[46]

SirenTrbl Pulse

Pulse on siren troubles

Panic alarm latch

[47]

Retrigg Monost

Retriggerable mono-stable

Fire alarm latch

[48]

Reset Monost

MedEmLatch

Medical emergency alarm latch

[49]

Bistable

[04]

Tamper Latch

Tamper alarm latch

[4A]

Ph.LineTrb Pulse

[05]

Any AlarmLatch

Any alarm latch

[50]

Burg Z1 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 1

[06]

Pulsatory Siren

Pulsing siren

[51]

Burg Z2 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 2

[07]

Continue Siren

Steady siren

[52]

Burg Z3 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 3

[08]

Silent Alarm

Silent alarm latch (without siren activating)

[53]

Burg Z4 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 4

[10]

StatusOfPart.

System status

[54]

Burg Z5 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 5

[12]

Entry Time

Entry delay time

[55]

Burg Z6 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 6

[13]

Exit Time

Exit delay time

[56]

Burg Z7 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 7

[18]

Ph.Line Trouble

Telephone line trouble

[57]

Burg Z8 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 8

[19]

SystemTrouble

System troubles

[58]

Burg Z9 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 9

[20]

Clock Timer

[30]

Warn/ConfirmPuls

[40]

Exit Time Pulse

[41]

on Arming

Resetable mono-stable
Bi-stable
Pulse on phone line triuble

Clock Timer

[59]

Burg Z10 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 10

Warning and Confirmation pulses

[5A]

Burg Z11 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 11

Pulse after exit delay

[5B]

Burg Z12 Pulse

Pulse on alarm triggered by zone 12

Pulse on arming

Section [52]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Aming by User / Keyswitch Arming / Arming by PC /
Timed Autoarming / Inactivity Autoarming / Away Quick Arming
Enter 1 digit for arming by user code and 5 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.

Ev.codes S
C0000000000

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The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each digit group and 6 beeps after the last digit. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the group (digit) which corresponds to the event will be set as [00] value (or as [0] value).

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group (digit).

First digit specific for arming by user event will be used by the panel to generate the event code for transmission to the central station in 4x2 formats (4 account digits + 2 event digits).
So, in order to get the 2 event digits, the panel will automatic add to this specific digit the corresponding digit of the user number (for all users from 15 to 45 the identifying
digit of user number will be either F or modulo 16, according to the corresponding flag programming from section [32]).

Section [53]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Stay Aming by User / Stay Keyswitch Arming /
Quick Stay or Instant Stay Arming / Partial arming / Fail to autoarm
Enter 1 digit for stay arming by user code and 4 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.

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Ev.codes S
C00000000

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The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each group and 6 beeps after the last digit. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the group (digit) which corresponds to the event will be set as [00] value (or as [0] value).

3.

The digit specific for stay arming by user event will be used by the panel to generate the event code for transmission to the central station in 4x2 formats (4 account digits + 2 event
digits). So, in order to get the 2 event digits, the panel will automatic add to this specific digit the corresponding digit of the user number (for all users from 15 to 45 the
identifying digit of user number will be either F or modulo 16, according to the corresponding flag programming from section [32]).

Section [54]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Disaming by User / Keyswitch Disarming / Remote
disarming by PC / Timed Autodisarming / Timed Autoarming Stopping
Enter 1 digit for disarming by user code and 4 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.

Ev.codes S
B00000000

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The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each digit group and 6 beeps after the last digit. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

Stopped autoarming code will be transmitted to CS by the panel, if during the 3 minutes before autoarming, while the keypad buzzer is warning that the system will auto arm by time,
autoarming is stopped by any valid user code.

2.

The time for audible warnings before autoarming is fixed at 3 minutes.

3.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group (digit).

4.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the group (digit) which corresponds to the event will be set as [00] value (or as [0] value).

5.

The digit specific to "disarming by user event will be used by the panel to generate the event code for transmission to the central station in 4x2 formats (4 account digits + 2 event
digits). So, in order to get the 2 event digits, the panel will automatic add to this specific digit the corresponding digit of the user number (for all users from 15 to 45 the
identifying digit of user number will be either F or modulo 16, according to the corresponding flag programming from section [32]).

Section [55]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Swinger-shutdown zone bypassed / Zone Bypassed
Enter 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one digit for each event.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first digit and 6 beeps after the second one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a
new command.

Ev.codes
00

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To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.


Note:
1.

Second reporting code of zone bypassing will be transmitted to CS only upon arming, if there are in the system:
-

Bypassed zones by the panel in case of partial arming and the respective zones are as interior type and/or
Bypassed zones by the users using [*][3][User Code] or [BYPASS][User Code] commands.

2.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of that corresponding digit.

3.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the digit which corresponds to the event will be set as [0] value.

4.

Each digit specific to zone bypassed from swinger and zone bypassing events will be used by the panel to generate the event codes for 4x2 transmissions to the central station (4
account digits + 2 event digits). So, for zone that generated events of the type: zone bypassing or zone bypassed from swinger, in order to get the 2 event digits, the panel will
automatic add to these specific digits the corresponding digit of the zone number (1 to 12).

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Section [56]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Guardian Rounds started / Guardian Rounds finished / Guardian Round
Failed / Ambush on Guardian Round
Enter 5 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last digit. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a
new command.

Ev.codes S
0000000000

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To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.


Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the 2 digits which correspond to the event will be set as [00] value.

3.

In case of any 4x2 formats were set by programming, the panel will report to CS as follows:
-

For the starting/finishing the guardian rounds by users using [*][9][user code][6 key] command, the control panel will transmit to CS the same specific reporting codes regarding
guardian rounds started and guardian rounds finished, established in this section, indifferently of user number (users cannot be identified to CS in 4x2 formats, when they are
starting/finishing the guardian rounds by means of [*][9][user code][6 key] command).

For guardian round OK, guardian round failed and ambush on guardian round events, the panel will report to CS the same specific reporting codes established in this section,
indifferently of zone number (zones cannot be identified to CS in 4x2 formats in case of these events).

Section [57]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Burglary Alarm / Tamper Alarm / Panic Alarm /
Fire Alarm / Medical Emergency Alarm / User under Duress (ambush)
Enter 6 digits (HEX digits may be used), one digit for each reporting event.

Ev.codes
302140

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The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each digit and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new
command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of that corresponding digit.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the digit which corresponds to the event will be set as [0] value.

3.

Each digit specific to each event will be used by the panel to generate the event code for transmission to the central station in 4x2 formats (4 account digits + 2 event digits). So, in
order to get the 2 event digits, to these specific event digits, the panel will automatic add:
-

The corresponding digit of the user number (for all users from 15 to 45 the identifying digit of user number will be either F or modulo 16, according to the corresponding flag
programming from section [32]), in case of user under duress event;

The corresponding digit of the zone number (1 to 12) for zone that generated events, of the type: burglary alarm/tamper alarm/panic alarm/fire alarm/medical emergency
alarm;

The digit [0] for triggered from keypad events of the type: panic alarm/fire alarm/medical emergency alarm (triggered events by simultaneously pressing the corresponding
key combinations).

Section [58]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Keypad Lockout / Zone Alarm Restore / Tamper
Alarm Restore
Enter 3 groups, first of 2 digits and the last 2 groups of 1 digit (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after the first 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last digit. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for
a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

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Ev.codes
50EE

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Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the 2 digits which correspond to the event will be set as [00] value.

Keypad lockout code will be transmitted to CS when the keypad is locked for 7 minutes after too many wrong codes. The option of keypad lockout has to be also enabled
within section [20].

Section [59]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power loss / Low Voltage on Battery / Bell
Trouble / AUX overload / System time and date Not Programmed (Power ON)
Enter 5 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.

Ev.codes S
F7F8000000

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The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the 2 digits which correspond to the event will be set as [00] value.

Section [60]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power Restore / Restore Voltage on Battery /
Bell Trouble Restore / System time and date Reprogrammed
Enter 5 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a
new command.

Ev.codes S
E7E8000000

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To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.


Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the 2 digits which correspond to the event will be set as [00] value.

Remarks:
1.

Delay for sending to the central stations the AC power loss / AC power Restore event codes (or AC power loss to initiate voice/sound reporting) will be programmed in section [39].

2.

Delay for sending to the central station the Low Voltage on Battery/Restore Voltage on Battery event codes is 2 min. and it isnt programmable.

3.

Event codes for Bell Trouble/Bell Trouble Restore and AUX Overload/AUX overload Restore are sent to the central station at the very moment when they occur.

Section [61]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Programing Entry / Programming Exit / PC connected
/ PC disconnected / LOG 90% full / LOG 100% full
Enter 6 groups of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.
The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a
new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the 2 digits which correspond to the event will be set as [00] value.

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Ev.codes S
000000000000

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Section [62]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Periodical Test / Panel Programming Changed /
Maintenance Request / PGM Activation by User / PGM Deactivation by User / Communication to CS
failed
Enter 3 groups of 2 digits, 2 groups of 1 digit and 1 group of 2 digits (HEX digits may be used), one group for each reporting event.

Ev.codes S
9000000000

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The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each group and 6 beeps after the last digit of the last group. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Notes:
1.

If one event code should keep its value previously set, press [#] key instead of the corresponding group.

2.

If one event code isnt to be reported to CS, the 2 digits (or 1 digit) which correspond to the event will be set as [00] value (or as [0] value).

3.

By default, the periodical test code will be transmitted to CS after 24 hours since the first periodical test.

4.

In case of any 4x2 formats (4 account digits + 2 event digits) were set by programming, in order to get the 2 event digits, then the panel will automatic add to the specific digit for PGM
activation/deactivation by users, which are set in this section, the corresponding digit of the user number. For all users from 15 to 45, the user number will be reported either as F or as
modulo 16, according to the corresponding flag programming from section [32]. In any 4x2 formats the installers maintenance code is identifying as user 0 and PC is identifying as user
F.

Section [63] to [73] EVENT Reporting Codes in Contact ID Format:


Notes:
1.

In case of transmission to CS was set (in section [49]) to be done in CID format (4 account digits + 4 event digits + 3 zone/user digits), after the 4-digit group specific to each
reporting event the panel will transmit to CS another 3-digit group which stands for user/zone number identifying. In CID format:
-

Any action performed by the installer is identifying as user 000,

Any action occurred at a time is identifying as user 999 and

Any action performed by PC is identifying as user 255.

2.

By programming you can change only the last 2 digits of any 4 event digit group.

3.

If one CID code isnt to be reported, enter 2 digits of [0] for last 2 digits of the 4 event digits.

4.

If CID code is still to be reporting as [xx00], enter 2 digits of [A] for last 2 digits of the 4 event digits.

Section [63]: Event Reporting Codes in CID Format regarding: Aming by User / Keyswitch Arming / Arming by PC / Timed Autoarming /
Inactivity Autoarming / Away Quick Arming
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Arming by user code
Keyswitch arming
Arming by PC
Timed autoarming
Inactivity autoarming
Quick arming

3.401
3.409
3.407
3.403
3.404
3.408

Arming by user
Keyswitch arming
Remote arming
Autoarming
Late to arming
Quick arming

Ev.codes S
010907030408

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Section [64]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Stay Aming by User / Stay Keyswitch Arming / Quick Stay or Instant Stay
Arming / Partial arming / Fail to autoarm
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Stay Arming by User
Stay keyswitch arming
Quick stay arming
Partial Arming
Fail to auto arm

3.441
3.442
3.408
3.456
1.455

Ev.codes S
4142085655

Stay Arming
Stay keyswitch arming
Quick Arming
Partial Arming
Fail to auto arm

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64

Section [65]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Disaming by User / Keyswitch Disarming / Remote disarming by PC / Timed
autodisarming / Timed Autoarming Stopping
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Disarming by user code
Keyswitch disarming
Disarming by PC
Timed autodisarming
Stopped autoarming

1.401
1.409
1.407
1.403
3.405

Ev.codes S
0109070305

Disarming by user
Keyswitch disarming
Remote disarming
Automatic disarming
Deferred arming

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Note: The code of "stopped autoarming" will be transmitted to CS by the panel, if during the 3 minutes before autoarming, while the keypad buzzer is warning that the system
will auto arm by time, autoarming is stopped by any valid user code

Section [66]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Swinger-shutdown zone bypassed / Zone Bypassed
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Zone bypassed from swinger
Zone/sensor bypassed

1.575
1.570

- Swinger bypass
- Zone/sensor bypassed

Note: Upon arming the panel will transmit to CS the second reporting code of zone bypassing, if there are in the system:
Bypassed zones by the panel in case of partial arming and the respective zones are as interior type and/or
Bypassed zones by the users using [*] [3] [User Code] or [BYPASS][User Code] commands.

Ev.codes
7570

66

Section [67]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Guardian Rounds started / Guardian Rounds finished / Guardian Round
Failed / Ambush on Guardian Round
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Guardian rounds started
Guardian rounds finished
Guardian round OK
Guardian round failed
Ambush on guardian round

1.429
1.430
1.611
1.612
1.423

Access program mode entry


Access program mode exit
Point tested OK
Point not tested
Forced Access

Ev.codes S
2930111223

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Note: In case of CID format was set by programming, the panel will report to CS as follows:
-

The specific event codes regarding guardian rounds started and guardian rounds finished, which are set in this section; after the 4-digit group specific to these reporting events the
panel will transmit to CS another 3-digit group which stands for user number identifying. In CID format the guardian rounds started/finished by installers maintenance code is
identifying as user 000 and the guardian rounds started/finished by time is identifying as user 999.

The specific event codes regarding guardian round OK, guardian round failed and ambush on guardian round, which are set in this section; after the 4-digit group specific to these
reporting events the panel will transmit to CS another 3-digit group which stands for zone number identifying.

Section [68]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Burglary Alarm / Tamper Alarm / Panic Alarm / Fire Alarm / Medical
Emergency Alarm / User under Duress (ambush)
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Burglary alarm
Tamper alarm
Panic alarm
Fire alarm
Medical emergency alarm
User under duress (ambush)

1.130
1.144
1.120
1.110
1.100
1.121

Burglary alarm
Sensor tamper
Panic alarm
Fire alarm
Medical alarm
Duress

Ev.codes S
304420100021

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Section [69]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Keypad Lockout / Zone Alarm Restore / Tamper Alarm Restore
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Keypad lockout
Zone alarms restore

1.421
3.130

Ev.codes
213044

- Access denied
- Burglary alarm restore

49

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Tamper alarm restore

3.144

- Sensor tamper

Section [70]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power loss / Low Voltage on Battery / Bell Trouble / AUX overload /
System time and date Not Programmed (Power ON)
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
AC power loss
Low Voltage on Battery
BELL trouble
AUX trouble
Time and date inaccurate 1.626

Ev.codes S
0102210026

1.301
- AC power loss
1.302
- Battery test failure
1.321
- Bell 1
1.300
- System troubles
- Time and date inaccurate

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Section [71]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: AC power Restore / Restore Voltage on Battery / Bell Trouble Restore /
System time and date Reprogrammed
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Restore AC power loss
Restore Voltage on Battery
Restore BELL trouble
Restore AUX trouble
Time and date reprogrammed

3.301
3.302
3.321
3.300
3.626

AC power Restore
Battery test failure restore
Bell 1 restore
System troubles restore
Time and date inaccurate restore

Ev.codes S
0102210026

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Section [72]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Programing Entry / Programming Exit / PC connected / PC disconnected / LOG
90% full / LOG 100% full
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.
Programming entry
Programming exit
PC connected
PC disconnected
LOG 90% full
LOG 100% full

1.627
1.628
1.411
1.412
1.623
1.624

Ev.codes S
272811122324

Program mode entry


Program mode exit
Call-back request made
Successful access
Event LOG 90% full
Event LOG overflow

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Section [73]: Event Reporting Codes in 4x2 Format regarding: Periodical Test / Panel Programming Changed / Maintenance Request / PGM
Activation by User / PGM Deactivation by User / Communication to CS failed
Enter the last 2 digits of the ContactID reporting code for each event.

Notes:
1.

Periodical Test
Panel programming changed
Maintenance request
PGM activation by users
PGM deactivation by users
Communication to CS failed

1.602
1.306
1.616
1.422
3.422
1.354

Periodic test report


Panel programming changed
Service Request
Access report by user
Unused
Fail to communicate event

Ev.codes S
020616222254

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In case of CID format was set by programming, then the control panel will transmit to CS the specific reporting codes regarding PGM activation/deactivation by users which are set in this
section; after the 4-digit group specific to these reporting events the panel will transmit to CS another 3-digit group which stands for user number identifying. In CID format the installers
maintenance code is identifying as user 000 and PC is identifying as user 255.

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2.

In case in section [32] the alternate reporting was selected and if even after the 8 attempts for both CS phone numbers no central station answers, then the control panel will record a
CS1 and CS2 communication failed event into the 800-event LOG and a specific reporting code into the CS 80-event internal buffer, too. Upon a new reportable event occurring, if the
communication with CS is established, the entire list from CS internal buffer, the old reporting codes, the new reporting codes and the failed communication reporting code, which is already
in the list, will be reported together to the CS. For CS1 and CS2 communication failed event, the panel will report to CS the 4-digit group which is established in this section, specific to
the Communication to CS failed event, after which the panel will add another 3 digits of [0], to identify at CS the CS1 and CS2 communication failed event as zone 000.

3.

In case in section [32] the split (or double) reporting was selected, the panel will report the events as follows:
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Any event selected in section [33] to be reported to CS1 will be sent to the 1-st CS phone number, programmed in section [74]. If the control panel failed to transmit events to CS1 after
8 attempts (1-st CS phone number will not answer either after the 8-th call), then the control panel will record a CS1 communication failed event into the 800-event LOG and the specific
reporting code into the CS1 80-event internal buffer. In the same time, in case of split (or double) reporting, if an event of CS1 communication failed is occurring in the system, then
the specific reporting code will be recorded into the CS2 80-event internal buffer and will be transmitted to CS2, too. Upon a new reportable event occurring, if the communication with
CS1 is established, the entire list from CS1 internal buffer, the old reporting codes, the new reporting codes and the failed communication reporting code, which is already in the list, will
be reported together to the CS1. For CS1 communication failed event, the panel will report to CS1 the 4-digit group which is established in this section, specific to the Communication
to CS failed event, after which the panel will add another 2 digits of [0] and 1 digit of [1] for zone, to identify at CS1 the CS1 communication failed event as zone 001.

Any event selected in section [33] to be reported to CS2 will be sent to the 2-nd CS phone number, programmed in section [75]. If the control panel failed to transmit events to CS2 after
8 attempts (2-nd CS phone number will not answer either after the 8-th call), then the control panel will record a CS2 communication failed event into the 800-event LOG and the specific
reporting code into the CS2 80-event internal buffer. In the same time, in case of split (or double) reporting, if an event of CS1 communication failed is occurring in the system, then
the specific reporting code will be recorded into the CS1 80-event internal buffer and will be transmitted to CS1, too. Upon a new reportable event occurring, if the communication with
CS2 is established, the entire list from CS2 internal buffer, the old reporting codes, the new reporting codes and the failed communication reporting code, which is already in the list, will
be reported together to the CS2. For CS2 communication failed event, the panel will report to CS2 the 4-digit group which is established in this section, specific to the Communication
to CS failed event, after which the panel will add another 2 digits of [0] and 1 digit of [2] for zone, to identify at CS2 the CS2 communication failed event as zone 002.

Section [74]: Phone Number of CS1


If the digital communicator is enabled by programming, this is the phone number that the control panel will dial first to transmit to the central
station the events occurred in the system.

Phone CS1
Unprogrammed

Enter the phone number in the same way it would be dialed on a touch-tone phone. The maximum number of digits is 15.
To confirm the phone number, press [#] key after the last digit of the phone number was entered.
After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section or [#] key to exit
the main programming menu.
A 2-second pause can be added by entering HEX digit D between the digits of the phone number (enter HEX digit D by pressing [*] and [3] keys).
In order to erase the phone number, press [*] key, once the panel entered this section.
Example: You may want to introduce the phone number 6802054. The following sequence will be entered: |6||8||0||2||0||5||4||#|. After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
Notes:
1.

In case the reporting to CS is programmed in [32] section as alternate, for control panel to initiate CS reporting, at least one CS phone number must be programmed in [74]
or [75] sections. If 1-st CS phone number is programmed in this section, this is the phone number that the control panel will dial for first time in order to transmit to the central station
the events occurred in the system.

2.

In case the reporting to CS is programmed in [32] section as split (or double), for control panel to initiate CS1 reporting, this phone number must be programmed in this
section. Please note that if this phone number isnt programmed, the control panel will not initiate reporting to CS1 and will not record events into the CS1 80-event internal buffer
anymore, even there in section [33] are events selected to be reported to CS1.

3.

Any time when the control panel will dial this phone number, in order to identify itself to CS, the control panel will use the first panel account which was established in section [47] and will
transmit in the 1-st reporting format which was established in section [49].

Section [75]: Phone Number of CS2


If the digital communicator is enabled by programming, this is the phone number that the control panel will dial first to transmit to the central station the events occurred in the
system.
Enter the phone number in the same way it would be dialed on a touch-tone phone. The maximum number of digits is 15.

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Phone CS2
Unprogrammed

To confirm the phone number, press [#] key after the last digit of the phone number was entered.
After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section or [#] key to exit
the main programming menu.
A 2 second pause can be added by entering HEX digit D between the digits of the phone number (enter HEX digit D by pressing [*] and [3] keys).
In order to erase the phone number, press [*] key, once the panel entered this section.
Notes:
1.

In case the reporting to CS is programmed in [32] section as alternate, for control panel to initiate CS reporting, at least one CS phone number must be programmed in [74] or [75]
sections. If 1-st CS phone number doesnt answer and if 2-nd CS phone number is programmed in this section, this is the phone number that the control panel will dial for
second time in order to transmit to the central station the events occurred in the system. If 1-st CS phone number isnt programmed in [74] and if 2-nd CS phone number is
programmed in this section, this is the phone number that the control panel will dial in order to transmit to the central station the events occurred in the system. In order to identify itself
to CS the control panel will use the first panel account which was established in section [47] and will transmit in the 1-st reporting format which was established in section [49].

2.

3.

If the digital communicator is enabled by programming, then:


-

In case the alternate reporting is selected in section [32], in order to transmit to the central station the events occurred in the system, this is the phone number that the control
panel will dial for second time, in case 1-st CS phone number doesnt answer.

In case the split (or double) reporting is selected in section [32], and then the panel will report to CS2 only after reporting to CS1 finished or failed. In order to identify itself to CS2 the
control panel will use the second panel account which was set in section [48] and will transmit in the 2-nd reporting format which was established in section [49]. Please note that if this
phone number isnt programmed, the control panel will not initiate reporting to CS2 and will not record events into the CS2 80-event internal buffer anymore, even there in section [33]
are events selected to be reported to CS2.
Phones numbers in sections [74] and [75] are not programmed by default.

Section [76]: Time between Periodical Tests (in hours or minutes)


Enter 1 group of 3 digits for the time between periodical tests (001 to 255 hours or minutes).

TBetweenPT
024

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps after the 3-digit group and the panel exits the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
Press [#] key instead of the 3-digit group if you want to cancel programming of this time interval.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Note: For this time interval any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as
programmed value. If the result of adjustment is 0, then the periodical tests will be transmitted after every minute or hour!

Section [77]: Guardian Round Period / Warning guardian round time


Enter 2 groups of 3 digits, the first 3 digits for each guardian round period (001 to 255 minutes) and the second 3 digits for the warning time before each guardian round period
expires (001 to 255 minutes).

RoundPeriod
060

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

WarningRoundT
005
52

, type one 3 digit number


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 3-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one.
Note: For each these times any value from 000 to 999 may be entered, but the panel will automatic adjust the introduced value by modulo 256 and will record the result in memory as
programmed value. If any result of adjustment is 0, then the guardian round period and/or the warning guardian round time will be as they were set for 1 minute!

Section [78]: Autoarming / Autodisarming Moments for Partition A (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the partition A is arming/disarming automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for arming moment and the hour (00
to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for disarming moment.

AutoArmTime A
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

AutoDisarmTime A
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [79]: Autoarming / Autodisarming Moments for Partition B (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the partition B is arming/disarming automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for arming moment and the hour (00
to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for disarming moment.

AutoArmTime B
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

AutoDisarmTime B
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [80]: Moments for Starting / Finishing the Guardian Rounds (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the guardian rounds are starting/finishing automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for starting moment and the
hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for finishing moment.

RoundStartTime
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

RoundFinishTime
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

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Section [81]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM1 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM1 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM1
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM1
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [82]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM2 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM2 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM2
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM2
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [83]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM3 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM3 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM3
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM3
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [84]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM4 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM4 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM4
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM4
Unprogrammed

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, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [85]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM5 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM5 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM5
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM5
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [86]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM6 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM6 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM6
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM6
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [87]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM7 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM7 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM7
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM7
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [88]: Activation / Deactivation Moments of PGM8 as clock timer (hour: minute / hour: minute)
In order to establish the daily moments when the PGM8 defined as clock timer type is activating/deactivating automatically, enter the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for
activation moment and the hour (00 to 23) and minute (00 to 59) for deactivation moment.

ActMomPGM8
Unprogrammed

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

DeactMomPGM8
Unprogrammed
55

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [89]: Hour / Minute for First Periodical test


Enter 2 groups of 2 digits, the first 2 digits for hour (00 to 23) and the second 2 digits for minute (00 to 59) when the system will send the first periodical test.

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

1st PerTST
01:00

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [90]: Inactivity Time after that the partitions will autoarm (hours & minutes / hours & minutes)
Enter 4 groups of 2 digits:
-

the first 2 digits for number of hours (00 to 99) and the second 2 digits for number of minutes (00 to 99) after that the partition A will auto arm if no motion will be detected
in the area;

the third 2 digits for number of hours (00 to 99) and the fourth 2 digits for number of minutes (00 to 99) after that the partition B will auto arm if no motion will be detected
in the area;

InactivityTime A
03:00

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

InactivityTime B
03:00

, type two 2 digit numbers


or
[#]

Choice Sect:

The keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps after each 2-digit group and 6 beeps after the last one. Then the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Note: If in this section, one of the 2 groups of 2 digits are set both with value 0, then the corresponding partition will try to auto arm after every second if no activity will be detected in the area.

Section [91]: Panel Identification Code within upload/download


Enter 4 digits (HEX digits are NOT allowed), to identify the control panel within upload/download process.
[x][x][x][x]

(default value is [0000] )

UP/DW C612 psw


0000

After entering the 4 digits, keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and the panel will exit the section, waiting for a
section.

new command to enter another

To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [92]: PC Identification Code within upload/download


Enter 4 digits (HEX digits are NOT allowed), to identify the control panel within upload/download process.
[x][x][x][x]

(default value is [0000] )

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UP/DW PC psw
0000

After entering the 4 digits, keypad buzzer will sound 6 beeps and the panel will exit the section, waiting for a new command to enter another section.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.

Section [93]: PC Phone Number for callback


This is the PC phone number that the control panel will dial for callback process.
Enter the phone number in the same way it would be dialed on a touch-tone phone. The maximum number of digits is 15.

Phone PC
Unprogrammed

To confirm the phone number, press [#] key after the last digit of the phone number was entered.
After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.
A 2-second pause can be added by entering HEX digit D between the digits of the phone number (enter HEX digit D by pressing [*] and [3] keys).
In order to erase the phone number, press [*] key, once the panel entered this section.
To exit the main programming menu, press [#] key.
Example: You may want to introduce the phone number 6802054. The following sequence will be entered: |6||8||0||2||0||5||4||#|. After [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will sound 6
confirmation beeps and the panel exits the section and will wait for a new command to enter another section.

Section [94]: Verifying of the Special Alarm Memory, produced by the under test sensors
In order to verify the especially alarm memory, produced by the under test sensors, you should just enter section [94]. For a short time you will see on the display the following
message:

Switch to
Low zones
02

followed by:

UnderTestVerify
Z01-Not
k1

Using the left arrow - right arrow key you can see if since the last resetting of the special alarm memory, performed by installer, there where in the system violations of the zones
programmed as under test. To reset the alarm memory oof one of these zones, press the numeric key indicated on the display. In order to see the same information but for the
zones from 7 to 12, press the [*] key to switch on the High Zones. On display you will see for a short time the following message:

Switch to
High zones
02

followed by:

UnderTestVerify
Z07-Not
k1

Finally, after verification and resetting the special alarm memory, the installer must press the [#] key.
If you press a numeric key corresponding for a under test zone that wasnt violated since the last reset,
the keypad will reject and on the display you will see the message: LockAttr-0

Choice Sect:

Section [95]: Programming session of the system time and date (performed by installer)
While the system is being within main programming menu, in order to program/modify the system time and date,
select section [95].

DDMMYYhhmmss
010105120034

1. Programming of the system time and date can be canceled by [#] key pressing.
2. In order to enter programming session of the system time and date the installer should introduce the format bellow: [D/D][Mo/Mo][Y/Y][H/H][Mi/Mi][S/S].
Each 2-digit group represents the day [D/D], month [Mo/Mo], year [Y/Y], hour [H/H], minutes [Mi/Mi] and seconds [S/S].
2.1 Once the first 2-digit group corresponding the day [D/D] was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the zone 2 LED is blinking (only on KP-126P). That
means the control panel is waiting for second 2-digit group corresponding the month [Mo/Mo].
2.1 Once second 2-digit group corresponding the month [Mo/Mo] was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the zone 3 LED is blinking (only on KP-126P). That
means the control panel is waiting for third 2-digit group corresponding the year [Y/Y].

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2.1 Once the third 2-digit group corresponding the year [Y/Y] was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the zone 4 LED is blinking (only on KP-126P). That
means the control panel is waiting for fourth 2-digit group corresponding the hour [H/H].
2.1 Once the fourth 2-digit group corresponding the hour [H/H] was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the zone 5 LED is blinking (only on KP-126P). That
means the control panel is waiting for fifth 2-digit group corresponding the minutes [Mi/Mi].
2.1 Once the fifth 2-digit group corresponding the minutes [Mi/Mi] was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 3 beeps and the zone 6 LED is blinking (only on KP-126P).
That means the control panel is waiting for sixth 2-digit group corresponding seconds [S/S].
2.1 Once the sixth (the last) 2-digit group corresponding seconds [S/S] was entered, the keypad buzzer will sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go
back within main programming menu.
2.1 After any digit was pressed, system time and date setting can be canceled by [#] key pressing. After cancellation by [#] key pressing, the keypad buzzer will
sound 6 confirmation beeps and the control panel will go back within main programming menu, keeping the old value for system time and date.
3. Leave the main programming menu by [#] key pressing.
Note: The system time and date programming is allowed to the master user only if the appropriate option does not disabled by programming (see the appropriate option within [20] section).

Section [97]: Manual Activation of PC callback


Entering section [97] allows the installer to manually initiate the PC call to establish the communication between the control
panel and PC. Before entering this section the PC modem must be passed in the waiting status for control panel calls.

Call PC

Once the installer entered this section, the control panel will dial the PC phone number, programmed in section [93]; while the PC modem is called it will take the phone line over
and will start to communicate with the control panel. The control panel and PC will verify each over the passwords (the control panel and PC identification codes within
upload/download, programmed in sections [91] and [92]) and, if the passwords are correctly, the communication between the control panel and PC will be activated upon the control
panel initiating.
Notes:
1.

This function is identical with [*][8][Master Code][97][#] command, which is allowed to the master user, too.

For a successful initiating of the PC callback, the PC phone number needs to be programmed in section [93].

Section [98]: Manual Activation of Communication with PC (PC download acceptance)


This command allows the installer to manually trigger the communication between PC and panel. Before entering this
section the PC modem must be already on the phone line and call the control panel. While PC modem is calling the
control panel, just entering section [98] will manually activate the communication between PC and panel. . While PC modem is calling the control
panel, just entering section [98] will manually activate the communication between PC and panel.

Allow Download

Notes:
1.

This function is identical with [*][8][Master Code][98][#] command, which is allowed to the master user, too.

2.

Manually activation of communication with PC (PC download acceptance) is useful when the Panel answers to remote PC calls option in section [35] isnt enabled by programming and
system parameter programming from PC software is still required.

3.

This command is also useful in a local connection between the control panel and the PC modem (connection between the control panel and the PC modem without a phone line). In this
case, use the connection below:

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Section [99]: Cancellation of any Phone Line Communication


[*][8][Installers programming code][99] Command allows to the installer to cut-off any phone communication when he is carrying out a test.
[*][8][Master Code][99][#] Command allows to the master user to stop the voice/sound reporting and communication between panel and PC,
without stopping communication to the central station.

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Stop Comm

APPENDIX A: C612 control panel response according to the zone wiring types
A.1. SINGLE ZONE INPUT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
The system hardware recognizes the following single zone input terminal connections. For more information on programming the options mentioned in the following sections refer to
the zone definitions within 01 to 12 programming sections.
A.1.1. SINGLE ZONE with N.C. CONTACTS, without EOL RESISTOR, without TAMPER RECOGNITION
If your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault recognition, connect the detection devices as shown in the next figure and ensure the zone wiring
attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This setup will communicate the violated zone to the control panel which will display it on the keypads. Do
not use devices with N.O. contacts in this zone setup, as this will cause the zone to remain in alarm.

ATZ
OFF

ATTRIBUTES2 set:
Tamper
EOL
recognition
OFF

OFF

Contact
type
N.C.

Zone terminal
status
short circuit
open circuit

System
Response
Zone secured
Zone violated

A.1.2. SINGLE ZONE with N.O. CONTACTS, without EOL RESISTOR, without TAMPER RECOGNITION
If some off your detection devices will use normally open contacts and your security installation does not require tamper or wire fault recognition, connect the
detection devices as shown in the next figure and ensure the zone wiring attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This setup will communicate the
violated zone to the control panel which will display it on the keypads. Do not use devices with N.C. contacts in this zone setup, as this will cause the zone to remain
in alarm.
ATTRIBUTES2 set:
Zone terminal
System
Tamper
Contact
ATZ
EOL
recognition
type
status
Response

A.1.3. SINGLE ZONE with N.C. CONTACTS, without EOL RESISTOR, with TAMPER RECOGNITION
If your security installation requires tamper (open circuit) detection, but it does not require wire fault recognition, connect the detection devices as shown in the
next figure and ensure the zone wiring attributes are programmed as shown in the next table. This setup will communicate the violated zone to the control panel
which will display it on the keypads. The control panel will also communicate any open loops (tamper trouble) as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options. Do
not use devices with N.O. contacts in this zone setup, as this will cause the zone to remain in alarm.

A.1.4. SINGLE ZONE with N.O. CONTACTS, without EOL RESISTOR, with TAMPER RECOGNITION
If some off your detection devices will use normally open contacts and your security installation requires tamper (open circuit) detection, but it does not require
wire fault recognition, connect the detection devices as shown in the next figure and ensure the zone wiring attributes are programmed as shown in the next table.
This setup will communicate the violated zone to the control panel which will display it on the keypads. The control panel will also communicate any open loops
(tamper trouble) as per Tamper / Wire Fault Recognition Options. Do not use devices with N.C. contacts in this zone setup, as this will cause the zone to remain in
alarm.

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