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TD8403 / TD8803 TD8412 / TD8812

DIALLER PROGRAMMING MANUAL

LK8803/LK8812

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.....................................................................1..............................2............................................................................................................ 12 3...............6 FTC nn . 15 3..... 15 3.......................1.........................6 Test call .................................. 12 3....5 Voice/Audio Listen-in function ................................... 12 3.............................................1 SIA 1 ...........1 RD5045 Voice module .. 18 3.............................................................................................................................. 19 3...................4 Paging (Semadigit) .................................. 13 3.. INSTALLATION ....................................................................................3 Call interval ss ...............................................1 Pulse / Tone dialling ................................................4 Delayed events ................. 7 1........2 Fast Format ..........................................................................3 Central station 1 attempts ........................ 14 3.............................. 12 3. 13 3..............................4 Hardware features ..........3.................. 12 3............................................. 13 3.2............................4 Retry period mm ...................................................... 13 3............. 10 3.....................................................................................................7.......................................................................................................................................................3......5......5.......................................................................................... 9 2............................................................2 Restore (restore message) .. 14 3.................................................................................................. 14 3...............................1...............................................................2 Dialling options ..................................................................................................................3 Inputs .................. 19 -4- ...1 Test delay hh ...1 Selecting SIA events for the inputs ..............................................7 Options .......6...1 Destination telephone number for reporting ..3...3 Trigger NO / NC ........ 15 3....................................1 Telephone / Account numbers ........................ 12 3................. 14 3........................................................................................................................................................................................ 16 3................. 8 1.....................................................................................................................................7....................................2 RC815 Relay card ( TD8803/TD8812 only) ......................................................... 7 1.............................................................................1..4 Manual test ....... 8 1........................................................3.........................................2 Wait for dialling tone Yes / No .........6.......................1.................................... 7 1.................................... 18 3................................................. 8 1..4 PABX no........................1 Central station 1 to 6 ............................... 19 3.5 Delay ss .................................................................................................................................. 17 3.................. 9 2....................................................................6.......2................ 12 3...............................................1.............................2...................4 Reporting options ....................5 Software features ........................................5 No of attempt nn ............ 8 2........................ 7 1.............. 11 3...................................... 12 3...................................................................3 Always Test ............4............................................................ 11 3.........1 How to install ..............................6 Technical features .............................................................5..5.........................................................................................................................................................3 CID Area ..................................................................................................................................................5.................................................................5 Previous menu .5 Protocol options ...........7...3.............................. 19 3................... 9 2...........................3 Other manuals .............................2 How to use this manual ....................................................................................................................................1...................................................... 7 1........................................... 15 3..................................................................1..............2........ 11 3.......................................1 With Aritech CS350 control panel ................................................................................ 8 1..................................................... 7 1............. 12 3.................................................................................................................................. 19 3............................................... ................ INTRODUCTION ..............................................................2 With other equipment ....................................................3 RD3000AGC Audio listen-in microphone (TD8803/TD8812 only) ............................................................................................................................. DIALLER ENGINEER MENU .................2 Test call time hhh ........2...6...............................................................2 Dual / Alternate reporting ....................................................1 Introduction ................................................................................................

...... 20 3......................1 Line Monitor ON / OFF ........................................................9 Line monitoring (TD8803/TD8812 only) ...................................................................9............................................................................................................................................................................... APPENDIX B.........................................................3 INPUTS (SIA) .....................................................................................................5 Dialler default ..............1 Follow me number ..............................................................1TELEPHONE / ACCOUNT NUMBERS ... 20 3...........................................................................................7.......................9 LINE MONITORING .......... 21 3...............................................................7.............................................................. Programming Map (with default settings) .................................................................4 Dialler engineer code .6 TEST CALLS ........ 27 6.................................................................................................................7...2 Service telephone number ....................................................4 REPORTING OPTIONS ............................................................ 30 6.................................................................................................. 21 3............................................................ APPENDIX A.................................................................................. 21 3................................................9........2 Open collector 2 function .............. 21 3............................................................ USER menu 19 4......................................................... in alarm ........ 27 6.............................2 DIALLING OPTIONS ............. 27 6.................... 23 6...... 20 3........................................................... 30 -5- .................................................. 20 3.......................................................................7.................................................................................... 30 6..................... 30 6.... Programming Map ............................................................4 Leave dialler .7......... 22 5......................................5 PROTOCOL OPTIONS ........................... 21 3.......................... 21 3....................................................................8 REMOTE PROGRAMMING ...................... 28 6.............................................................8 Remote programming ................................ 22 4...............3........................9..............3 Latch output ...................................................................................... 20 3...............................................7 MISCELLANEOUS ..........................8....4 User code ...................................................7 Miscellaneous ........................................................................................................................................................... Tel....... 21 3.............................................................................. ......................3 Stop .................................... 20 3.1 Answering ...............................................................2 Engineer Access no...................................................... 22 4.......................................8........... 27 6..........................8...............1 Open collector 1 function ...............................................3 Start dialling .......................... 21 3...............2 Telephone line options ................................................ 29 6...............3 Answ............. 21 4........................... 22 4........................................9.......................................

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Aritech fast format. -key. other than the CD Advisor ® range or CS350 is used.The dialler user and engineer code must be different from any panel code. In case equal codes are used.1 Introduction The TD8403/TD8412 and TD8803/TD8812 diallers are a series of stand-alone alarm communicators. until the dialler message ‘LEAVE DIALLER’ is terminated by pressing the . Thereafter the keystrokes are no longer sent to the control panel. Read through the manual carefully to obtain the best performance from the dialler.5 Software features • 6 central station telephone numbers • 1 “follow me” number (use with the Voice option) • 1 number for remote programming • Programmable pulse / tone dialling • Six-figure PABX number • 16 digits per number • Multiprotocol: SIA. . The RD-diallers receive alarm messages from the control panel in SIA format. 1. CID. SIA events are assigned to a channel in fast format and to a telephone number. The programming of the TD is therefore based on these events. Attention If a control panel. INTRODUCTION 1. For example: BA01 for an burglar alarm in zone 1 or FA02 for a fire alarm in zone 2. The keypad must always have remote address position no. Semadigit • Programmable test call -7- . 1. the keypad can be removed after programming. delayed and event type) • Bus for control panel and keypad • Plastic housing • Plug-in module for voice and audio listen-in (TD8803/TD8812 only) • Two open collector outputs (TD8803/TD8812 only) • Circuit for line monitoring / incoming call detection (TD8803/TD8812 only) 1. The latest series of TD800 diallers is based on Aritech’s successful RD62 series. Data entered at the keypad is sent to the control panel until the dialler recognises an engineer or user code.4 Hardware features • Input / output telephone line • Eight programmable inputs (no / nc. the keypad will not be accessible from keypad 1.2 How to use this manual This manual describes how the dialler should be installed and programmed. The same keypad may be used to operate the CD-control panel or CS350 which is attached to the control panel bus of the dialler.1. voice. 1. The diallers are programmed via a CD3008 or compatible keypad.3 Other manuals • CS350 Installation manual • Advisor® Programming manual • RD6203 Programming manual 1.

7 V) Quiescent: 33 mA / active: 84 mA 10 °C to +50 °C 126(W) x 32(H) x 87(D) mm 50 mA maximum (TD8803/TD8812/TD8412 only) 14 mA after approx. • Dimensions: 83 (H) x 44 (W) x 24 (D) mm • Order • Product Code: RD3000AGC -8- .1RD5045 Voice module • Features • 4 different alarm messages and 1 common message.6 Technical features • Voltage: • Power consumption: • Operating temperature: • Dimensions: • Open collector current: • Voice module consumption: • FTC: 1. • Input for telephone (RJ11-connector) to record the spoken alarm messages. 40 seconds. • Input for listen-in microphone (TD8803/TD8812 only) • Order • Product Code: RD5045 1.1. attractive design.3 RD3000AGC Audio listen-in microphone (TD8803/TD8812 only) • Features • SMD-module with electret microphone and AGC amplifier (automatic gain control). • Total recording time: approx. 1 minute 1.2 RC815 Relay card (TD8803/TD8812 only) • Features • Two relays with single pole double-throw contact • Screwed onto the dialler terminals • Order • Product Code: RC815 1.7. The common message may • for example be the name and address of the premises where the alarm has been activated.15 V DC (low voltage alarm at 10.7 Options 10 .7.7. • The common message is automatically sent after all alarm message(s).

• Reconnect to the mains and begin programming via keypad 1 (DIP switch set to 0000. Attention 2. all off).1 Aritech CS350 control panel • Place the TD dialler behind the circuit board of the CS350. taking any local or regional regulations into account.4 CD3008 ON DIP .2.1. with the terminals in line with the terminals of • the CS350 PCB. INSTALLATION 2. CS350 32 31 30 29 28 27 BU4 Keypad 1 CD3008 TR1 BU2 M 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 D C B A a b b' a' 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 1 Microphone Input (RD3000AGC) RD5045 (option) DIGI FAULT D C B A + OUTPUT4 OUTPUT3 OUTPUT2 OUTPUT1 2 Telephone Network BU1 A B C D SW1 Reset + Keypad 2 . • Position any optional equipment such as the voice module. • Connect the dialler to the telephone line.1 How to install Completely disconnect the control panel from all power before installing dialler. • Connect the dialler to the CS350 as shown in figure 1.switch Keypad 1: OFF Figure 1 -9- .

switch Keypad1: ON OFF Direct connection to a panel output Figure 2 .2.2 With other equipment BU4 TR1 KEYPAD 1 CD3008 BU2 a b b' a' M 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 D C B A Microphone Input (RD3000AGC) 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 RD5045 (option) SW1 Reset RC815 2 1 OUTPUT 2 OUTPUT 1 Telephone network A B C D BU1 red wire 12V dc + KEYPAD 2 .4 CD3008 With Advisor CD34/72 panels Connecting inputs 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ® I N P U T Using Relays DIP .10 - .1.

. press end x until [LEAVE DIALLER] appears.1 Central station 1 to 6 • Telephone numbers Program up to six separate central station telephone numbers. Sends a message. X Central station 1 Every possibility mentioned above is added after accepting • Account numbers • Program an account number of up to 8 digits. Sends one or more previously recorded messages (maximum 4 messages) to a telephone. The contact ID protocol.SIA: Conforms to the SIA protocol level 1(300Bd / FSK) in accordance with the American SIA standard. . * See Appendix A for Programming map. Aritech 8 or 16 channel DTMF protocol: the handshake frequency can be set up using the "Protocol Options" menu (1400 or 1600 Hz). When the dialer is connected to the CS350 or an Advisor CD34 or CD72 panel.1.3. To exit from the engineer menu.11 - . then 0 . . do not program more than 4 figures. The messages are programmed using the ‘Protocol Options’ menu. An account number MUST be programmed for each Central Station telephone number.1 Telephone / Account numbers 3. to a maximum of 4 figures. OPTIONS Function 5 seconds pause Wait for dialling tone Press Display £ £ + + ¢ ¢. • Protocol • Receiving protocol of the central station and / or other receiving facility. The data is transmitted using DTMF.Voice: . 3. The message is programmed using the "Protocol Options" menu. consisting of a maximum of 14 characters. DIALLER ENGINEER MENU Enter the engineer code 07812 to access the engineer menu. * Some central stations keep their account nos.In this case. the engineer code can be entered when the time or date is displayed. to a Semadigit receiver.Paging: . .. then P £ t Delete Central station 1 number £ + ¢ .Fast Format: .CID: . then press Accept .

it may be necessary to dial a prefix number before an outside line can be obtained.. In this way the telephone number can be extended to 21digits. even if no correct dialling tone has been received. Although this equipment can use either loop disconnect or DTMF signalling. you can opt to have the dialler dial after 5 seconds. It is therefore strongly recommended that the equipment is set to use DTMF signalling for access to public or private emergency services.2. With the “Alternate” option the dialler will call each of the numbers in turn: first number 1. • DUAL: Dual means that alarms are reported to ALL central station numbers programmed for that particular type of alarm.5 Previous menu This menu option returns you to the first column of the menu structure.1.12 - .2 Dual / Alternate reporting You may program “dual” or “alternate” reporting of messages to the central station. Remark for TD8803/TD8403. 3.4 PABX no. .2. The first digit of the PABX number must be set for wait for dialling tone [t].2 Wait for dialling tone Yes / No The dialler can be programmed not to dial until it receives the correct dialling tone. DTMF signalling also provides faster call set up.1 Pulse / Tone dialling Pulse (dial) or DTMF (touch tone) dialling must be selected in accordance with the parameters of the telephone line to be used. 3. • EXAMPLE: Panic alarm is programmed to report to central stations 1. only the performance of the DTMF signalling is subject to regulatory requirements for correct operation. 3. 3.2 Dialling options This part of the program relates to the dialling formats available and the types of dialling tones on the telephone lines. The [WAIT FOR DIALLING TONE] option must be set to [NO] in the dial options menu. This period can be set to between 0 and 90 minutes. The dialler can be programmed to dial a prefix of up to SIX digits.2. then number 1 again. Conversely.4 Retry period mm If the dialler has been unable to send a message after the programmed number of dialling attempts. The Dialler will close down on receipt of the first "Call Successful" Kiss-off. then number 4. 3.3. 3. • ALTERNATE: Alternate means that the alarms are reported to ONLY ONE of the central station numbers programmed for that particular type of alarm.1. * Program [0] if the dialler must stop after the number of programmed 'dialling attemps' or after a new activation. With the “Dual” option all panic alarms are reported to ALL these Central Station numbers. it hangs up and starts again after the set retry period. 3. The PABX number can also be used to supplement telephone numbers with 16 digits. 2 and 4. 3. then number 2.1.2.3 Call interval ss The time interval between individual dialling attempts can be set to 5 or 60 seconds. etc.1. Maximum 100 attempts are possible per activation.3 Central station 1 attempts Number of attempts to dial telephone number 1 before the dialler attempts to call the next number. Where the dialler has to operate via an internal (PABX) switchboard.

the input number is added as an extension. 3.2. A test call generated by the dialler will be reported as RP00.2. In SIA the event is reported with the number of the hardware input as the extension.5 No of attempt nn Enter the number of dialling attempts at connection per telephone number. before the dialler sends the signal for [No forwarding] to the collector output (TD8803/TD8812 only).6 FTC nn Enter the number of dialling attempts at connection per telephone number. Table 1 . the central station will receive HA02. It is therefore possible to generate a test message or low voltage alarm via an external source. even when selected. The number of attempts can be set to between 1 and 12. The table below gives an overview of SIA events. If these events are forwarded to a hardware input. If hardware input 2 reports an HA event.3 Inputs 3. *)2 No restore action. The number of attempts can be set to between 1 and 15. • AVAILABLE EVENTS Restore *)1 BR BU TR HR PR FR MR ZR OP OP *)2 AR YR *)2 BW *)2 Function Burglar Alarm Burglar Inhibit Tamper Alarm Hold up Alarm Panic Alarm Fire Alarm Medical Alarm Technical Alarm Partguard Full Arm Test Call AC Power Trouble Low Battery Communication Trouble Alarm Confirm (ACPO) Disarm after alarm Activation BA BB TA HA PA FA MA ZA CG CL RP AT YT YS BV OR *)1 Only when restore option is programmed. 3.1 Selecting SIA events for the inputs Each hardware input is assigned an SIA event.13 - .3. a low voltage at the power input of the dialler is reported as YT00. This menu option allows you to determine which event should be reported by the input.3.

3.  If the alarm condition is restored before the delay has expired. [12. The restore message is reported when the input re-opens. This option can be reversed by repeating steps 1 and 2. 2. Press ¢ or £ until the cursor is under the input to be altered [12345678]. 3.  It is not possible to delay the restore of events.3. [12. 3.3 Trigger NO / NC The input numbers displayed on the keypad are normally open inputs.2 Restore (restore message) The input numbers are displayed on the keypad which will send a restore. Press £ or ¢ until the cursor is placed below the input to be altered. an activation is reported.14 - . . 1.4 Delayed events The input numbers are displayed on the keypad which must be active for a certain length of time before they can be reported. 1. Next press 0 to make the selected input to operate as normally closed. This option can be reversed by repeating steps 1 and 2.3. 3. These reactions can be reversed by setting an input to be normally closed. This is programmed in [Event delay]. Press 0 to disable a restore for that input. RP and YS do not send a restore [signal]. If an N/O input closes (short-circuiting to negative).3.5 Delay ss This is the delay period (set at between 1 and 99 seconds) during which a signal must be present for a certain delayed event before the activation is reported. the activation is not reported.3. [12345678] 2.45678] 3. 3. 45678]. even if the input is set to restore.

5... if you want an activation of a burglar alarm only to be reported via channel 3... If no telephone number is programmed for a certain event. depending on the way in which the PAC handles alarm messages. and select channel 3. Ack.. One Acknowledge per message You will need to enter YES or NO at this option.. 3. scroll down to BA.5 Protocol options There are a number of parameters that may be set for each central station protocol.Ack Programme option to No Yes 3. • All channels report their status simultaneously. SIA message reporting protocol Account code .. Enter ..BA01..1 SIA 1 This menu enables you to set the SIA options. Options The same type of event can be reported on more than one channel. • The first alarm event for this channel starts a transmission.Ack.5.. Restore is forwarded when all the events associated with this channel are restored. the event is not reported. To select channel 3 move the cursor to the desired position and press 0 to toggle the channel number on or off display.4 Report options 3.Ack. these settings are configured in this menu. Handshake The handshake frequency can be set to 1400 Hz or 1600 Hz. BA01/BA02/BA03.BA02.2 Fast Format The dialler can report to 8 or 16 channel fast format receivers..Ack Account code .Ack.. For example..4....3..1 Destination telephone number for reporting Each event can be reported to any combination of the six central station telephone numbers..NUL.NUL. Channel options This is the part of the program where you select the channels on which the different events should be reported. 3......15 - . Ack.. The dialler automatically switches to 16 if an event is assigned to one of the 9 to 16 channels. .

Internally generated events *1: No restore event for RP.5. NAME OF INPUT BA BR BB BU TA TR HA HR PA PR FA FR MA MR ZA ZR CG OP CL OP RP *1 AT AR YT YR YS *1 BV BW OR *1 RP *1 RX *1 YT CID EVENT QUALIFIER E R E R E R E R E R E R E R E R R E R E E E R E R E E R E E E E CID EVENT CODE 132 132 573 573 383 383 121 121 122 122 110 110 100 100 150 150 441 401 401 401 602 301 301 302 302 354 132 132 406 602 601 302 CID GROUP NUMBER PROGRAMMABLE 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 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 0 0 999 999 999 ZONE OR SENSOR NR.RX .3. .16 - .YS and OR.3 CID Area Assign an area number to input 1 to 8 SIA EVENT.

A counter on the keypad display indicates the number of seconds of recording time left. 3). speak into receiver . As for message 1.. message length .5 Voice / Audio listen-in function Voice or listen-in Select here whether the module operates as a voice/listen-in or listen--in/sound memory module. The fifth message (final text) is always forwarded automatically after one of the 4 other messages.5... As for message 1.14 characters) Enter Enter Enter Enter message message message message 1 2 3 4 The message can be entered in the same way as a telephone number. • Procedure: I.17 - . Start recording Start recording the message. START .. 3). Push button PB1 on the voice module to start to record the first message (see fig.5.. Connect a standard telephone to the RJ11 telephone connector on the voice module (see fig. III. STOP REMAINING TIME (seconds) see display on keypad 1       o o o o o & MESSAGE 1 & MESSAGE 2 & MESSAGE 3 & MESSAGE 4 & MESSAGE 5      o o o o o 40 35 30 24 3 > In total up to 5 messages can be recorded.4 Paging (Semadigit) Select Message / Event The event and the message to be sent must be set in the Message / Event table for the Semadigit (max. Press Enter . > The full recording cycle must always be completed (text 1-5). 3. II.  > TD8403/TD8412: only voice option > TD8803/TD8812: voice/listen-in • Select Message At this prompt select a message number for the event. .3. to start recording the message.. As for message 1.

you must therefore set the DELAY to 10 hours. 2. 3.24 hours) to occur at a particular time in the week. The user can then do the following: 1. the dialler will only send a test call if no other messages have been sent within the test call interval. always at 03:00 hrs)  The time starts as soon as the new parameters are accepted. . In this way the test calls can be programmed a few days in advance (max. The first test is then sent at 03:00 hrs.  For the user.2 Test call time hhh Program the length of time between two test calls in hours (from 0 to 254 hours). The connection is cut off. Enter the 0 button on his telephone keypad.6. 3.3 Always Test If this option is set to [NO]. Entering the 1 button to start a 45 sec Audio-listen-in period 3. 3.Examples of messages: message 1: “Burglar alarm” message 2: “Fire alarm” message 3: “Medical assistance requested” message 4: “Panic alarm” message 5: “Care of Jones.e.6. If you exit the installation at 17:00 hrs.1 Test delay hh Set a “delay” time before the first automatic test call is sent to the central station. and the subsequent tests are continued at 24-hour intervals (i. After receiving an alarm call via the voice module. the dialler will generate a beep tone.6. 5 The High Street in Wolverhampton” Figure 3 Start playback All recorded messages can be played back through the connected telephone device.6 Test call The dialler is equiped with test call functions which can be activated automatically or manually. Example: You program the automatic test call for every 24 hours and you want the test call to be received at the central station at 03:00 hrs.18 - .

All values and options which have been altered return to the default settings.5 Dialler default This menu option returns the dialler to the default settings.4 Manual test This option is used to send a test call manually to one of the programmed Central Station telephone numbers station.19 - . 3. FTC Line monitoring: the output monitors the line status.4 Dialler engineer code If desired a new engineer code can be programmed to provide access to the engineer programming functions. Voice always sends message 5 during a manualtest call.2 Open collector 2 function See table 2 for output types.: the output activates when no connection is possible and is restored at the next successful connection. Attention 3.7.6. Output type [FTC / line fault [Audio Listen-in [Call Central Station Tabel 2 3.3 Latch output This option determines whether the output pulses or latches. • Pulse: • Latch: The output is activated for 4 seconds if triggered by the relevant event. Call progress messages are displayed on the keypad during the test. TD8803/TD8812 Only ALI 3. Attention 3. F.1 Open collector 1 function See table 2 for output types. it is only possible to return to the standard settings in the factory.7.8 Remote Programming .7.C. 3. The output activates at the start of an Audio-listen-in session and restores at the end of the session. 3. ] ] ] Function active in the event of fail to communicatie / line fault active during listen-in session active upon alarm restore (duration 20 sec). to start the transmission.7.T. If the engineer code is lost. Scroll down to the desired number and press . See default settings in appendix B.7 Miscellaneous The TD8412 has one open collector which function as a Call central station output type.3.7.

9. 3. 3. the dialler will not respond to any off-hook status created on the line. LF IN ALARM: If this option is selected.9.3. To end the session go to the Remote program menu and select Stop.8.1 Answering The engineer must enable this function to put the dialler (TD8803/TD8812) into automatic answer mode.20 - . . engaged and incoming call signal.9.9 Line monitoring (TD8803/TD8812 only) The dialler has extensive line monitoring capabilities which can detect the following conditions: lost connection. 3. 3. The dialler answers after about three rings and the Engineer Access Number is verified at both ends of the line. If the site has a TD8803/TD8812 all the programmable options of the dialler. the dialler will not attempt to dialuot and activates the FTC output. and the Aritech control panel.3 Answ. all the telephone numbers can be changed. to exit engineer mode and return the dialler to normal operation. 3. can be altered. (II) to wait until the incoming signal stops before forwarding the message.8.2 Engineer Access No.4 Leave dialler Press Enter . a line fault is only regarded as a fault if present when the dialler attempts to dial. • 3. The code must also be programmed into the remote dialler before remote programming can be carried out. the engineer’s keypad takes control of the site's alarm system. Tel. If the account has a TD8403/TD8412. This function is operated by the remote modem dialler control panel. • IGNORE OFF-HOOK: If this option is selected. the dialler output (programmed for FTC / Line fault) is activated.2 Telephone line options • ALWAYS LINE FAULT: If this option is selected the presence of a telephone line is constantly checked. The engineer log of the control panel can also be read. If it is accepted. When line monitoring is ON and a fault is detected on the line. Program the code to be keyed in by the engineer to safeguard remote programming for the account. if attached.9. When there is a line fault.1 Line monitor ON / OFF Toggles line monitoring on and off. 3.3 Stop To end a remote programming session.8. in alarm If the dialler detects an incoming call on the line which it wants to use to send a message there are two options: (I) to answer the call and then hang up.

4. This number must.4. 4. USER MENU This menu is automatically displayed when the user enters his user code (Standard 4321).1 Follow me number Here the user can change telephone number 1.2 Service telephone number The user may enter the Remote telephone number of the engineer and press Accept.3 Start dialling Automatically dials the Service telephone number of an engineer. 4.21 - . 4. be programmed with Voice protocol. however.4 User code If desired a new user code can be programmed to provide access to the user menu .

Nbrs ® ® UK Ierland Central Station 1 ® ® ® ® ® ® CS1 Teleph Nbr. CS6 Acc Nbr. Protocol CS3 Previous Menu ® Central Station 4 ® ® SIA Fast format CID Pager Voice CS4 Teleph Nbr. APPENDIX A Country Pogramming Map Tel / Account. CS5 Acc Nbr. Protocol CS5 Previous Menu ® Central Station 6 ® ® ® ® ® ® SIA Fast format CID Pager Voice CS6 Teleph Nbr. CS2 Acc Nbr. CS3 Acc Nbr. CS1 Acc Nbr.22 - . CS4 Acc Nbr.5. Protocol CS2 Previous Menu ® Central Station 3 ® ® ® ® ® ® SIA Fast format CID Pager Voice CS3 Teleph Nbr. Protocol CS4 Previous Menu ® Central Station 5 ® ® ® ® ® ® SIA Fast format CID Pager Voice CS5 Teleph Nbr. Protocol CS1 Previous Menu ® Central Station 2 ® ® ® ® ® ® SIA Fast format CID Pager Voice CS2 Teleph Nbr. nnnnnn ® Previous Menu . Protocol CS6 Previous Menu ® SIA Fast format CID Pager Voice Report Dual/Alt CS1 attempts n PABX nbr.

.......................8 Restores Trigger NO or NC Delayed Events Event Delay ® ® ® ® Previous Menu BA *123456 YS *123456 BA BB TA HA PA FA MA ZA CG CL RP AT YT YS BV OR Report Options ® ® Previous Menu Protocol Options ® SIA Fast format ® ® ® ® . . .......Open 1.Programming Map Dial Options ® ® ® ® ® ® Dialling Wait Dial Tone Call Interval Nr.8 N........ of attempts FTC Previous Menu Event Selection ® ® ® ® ® ® Pulse / DTMF Yes / No 60 sec / 5 sec Number: 12 Number: 10 Inputs ® Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Previous Menu Restore 1 .......23 - ® ® ® ® ® ® Seconds: 15 1 Ackn / event Channels Options Handshake Previous Menu ® ® Yes / No 1400 / 1600 Hz ..8 Delayed 1.......

..... Message Start Recording Start Play-back Previous Menu Paging ® Voice / Audio ® ® Previous Menu Test wait time Test Call time Always Test Manual Test Test Call ® ® ® ® ® Previous Menu Function O/P 1 Miscellaneous ® ® ® ® ® ® .... CID-Area ® Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Previous Menu Progr... .. .... 5 test Tel no... 2 test Tel no... 1 test Tel no. 4 test Tel no. 3 test Tel no...Programming Map ... Messages Pager message Pager message Pager message Pager message Progr.......24 - Function O/P 2 Latch O/P Dialler code ****** Dialler default Previous Menu ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® 1 (14 digits) 2 (14 digits) 3 (14 digits) 4 (14 digits) Hours: hhh Hours: hhh Yes / No Tel no... 6 test Previous Menu Output Options Restore Ch.. New Code * * * * * * Are you sure? .. 3 FTC/Line fault Audio Listen-in FTC / Line fault Audio Listen-in Call C' station FTC / Line fault Audio Listen-in Call C' station Latch ...

Programming Map Remote Programme ® ® ® ® ® ® Answer Service Acc Nbr Stop Previous Menu Line Mon On / Off Options ® Enter Key Stop! Line Monitor ® ® ® Accept off-hook Always Linefault LF in alarm Answer Ring Dont Ans Ringing Ans Rng in alrm Leave Dialler User Menu ® Factory Code 4321 ® ® ® ® ® Previous Menu USER MENU Follow -me Nbr Service Tel Nbr Start dialling User Code Leave Dialler ® Enter Key Stop! .25 - .

station) Account code SIA Fast Format 1. 6. (maximum 6. APPENDIX B PROGRAMMING MAP (with default settings) Receiver Protocol Voice 6. 3.26 - . 4.6.1 TELEPHONE / ACCOUNT NUMBERS Telephone no. 5.2 DIALLING OPTIONS Dialling method [PULS / tone] Pulse dial IDK Wait for dialling tone YES Interval between dialling attempts [Call interval] 5 sec Interval between two series of dialling attempts 0-99 minuten [Retry period] Dialling attempts per number (1-12) FTC ((Dialling attempts before message fault (1-15)) 6. Forward to all numbers Dialling attempts to telephone no.3 SIA INPUTS Type of alarm per input [Event selection] Input 1 2 3 4 5 Tone dial TDK NO 60 sec Minutes: 00 Number: 12 Number: 10 TD8412 / TD8812 6 7 8 Type BA: Burglar Alarm BB: Burglar Inhibit TA: Tamper Alarm HA: Hold-up Alarm PA: Panic Alarm FA: Fire Alarm MA: Medical Alarm ZA: Technical Alarm CG: Partguard CL: Full Alarm RP: Test Call AT: AC Power Trouble YT: Low Battery YS: Communication Trouble BV: Alarm confirm OR: Disarm after alarm . 2. inclusive P and t) CID Pager [Dual / Alternate Rep. 1 (1-5) PABX nr.] One number All numbers Number: _1 ______ 6. (Centr.

27 - .Open 12345678] [Delay_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 seconds: 15 6.4 REPORT OPTIONS Type of alarm report to telepho nenumber (Central Station) Telephone Number Type 1 2 3 4 5 6 BA Burglar Alarm BB Burglar Bypass TA Tamper Alarm HA Hold-up Alarm PA Panic Alarm FA Fire Alarm MA Medical Alarm ZA Technical Alarm CG Partial Alarm CL Full Alarm RP Test Call AT AC Power Trouble YT Low Battery YS Communcation Trouble BV Alarm confirm OR Disarm after alarm .Type BA: Burglar Alarm BB: Burglar Inhibit TA: Tamper Alarm HA: Hold-up Alarm PA: Panic Alarm FA: Fire Alarm MA: Medical Alarm ZA: Technical Alarm CG: Partguard CL: Full Alarm RP: Test Call AT: AC Power Trouble YT: Low Battery YS: Communication Trouble BV: OR: Type of alarm per input [Event selection] Input 1 2 3 4 5 TD8403 / TD8803 6 7 8 Restore message for Input Trigger on NO or NC Delayed Input (Event) Delay (1-99 seconds) Input [Restores] [N.

28 - ./ message] Fast Format Channel Options 5 6 7 8 9 YES NO Type 1 2 3 BA BB TA HA PA FA MA ZA CG CL RP AT YT YS BV OR Handshake Fast Format 4 10 11 12 TD8412 / TD8812 13 14 15 16 [Handshake type] Fast Format Channel Options 5 6 7 8 9 10 1400 1600 Type 1 2 3 BA BB TA HA PA FA MA ZA CG CL RP AT YT YS BV OR Handshake Fast Format 4 11 12 13 TD8403 / TD88 03 14 15 16 [Handshake type] 1400 1600 .5 PROTOCOL OPTIONS SIA: one Ackn.6. per message [1 ackn.

Test call repeats every (000 .8 REMOTE PROGRAMMING Service access no.6 TEST CALL Test call wait .29 - .24 hours) Test cal repeat .Delay before first test call (Test delay: 00 .254 hours) Test cal Exclusive .7 MISCELLANEOUS Output 1 function (only TD8803/TD8812) Output 2 function (only TD8803/TD8812) Latch output (Latch 1 and / or 2) Engineer code (default = 7812) 6.SIA type BA BB TA HA PA FA MA ZA CG CL RP AT YT YS BV OR Event type for Pager and Voice Semadigit [Paging] Voice Message number Message number 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Paging message 1 2 3 4 6. number Users code 4321 . 6.Always test YES 6.9 LINE MONITORING Line monitoring (Guard) Telephone line options Answer in alarm 12 024 NO FTC / line fault FTC / line fault __ 7812 Accept Off-Hook OFF Always LF Answer call ON Line fault in alarm Don't answer call USERS MENU Follow me number Service tel.

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