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HARDWIRE WIRELESS
GEM-P3200
CONTROL PANEL/COMMUNICATOR
Programming the GEM-P3200 Control Panel with the
"Classic" GEM-RP1CAe2 Keypad and the "K Series" GEM-K1CA Keypad
WI818G 10/05 © NAPCO 2005
Quick Start (for "Classic" GEM-RP1CAe2)
1. Refer to the wiring diagram, connect Siren, Aux. Power,
PGM Output, Remote Bus, Earth ground, Zone and Tele-
phone wiring. NOTE: See Installation Instructions
(WI817).
2. Connect AC power first and then the battery.
3. Configure the keypad (see page 55).
4. Access the Easy Menu Driven (Dealer Program) Mode:
Press EEEEEEA
Press NO (g) until “ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N” appears on the
keypad display.
Press YES (F) to Enter Dealer Program Mode. Go to page 5.
Master Security Code
(on microshield)
"K Series" GEM-K1CA
GEMINI
SYSTEM READY
01/01/06 12:00 AM
ARMED
COMPUTERIZED SECURITY SYSTEM
STATUS
R 1 2 3
B 4 5 6
C 7 8 9 0
U
NEXT/YES
P
PRIOR/NO
Q
AREA
G
PROGRAMMING
INSTRUCTIONS
R
"Classic" GEM-RP1CAe2
GEMINI
SYSTEM READY
01/01/06 12:00 AM
ARMED
COMPUTERIZED SECURITY SYSTEM
STATUS
A 1 2 3
B 4 5 6
C 7 8 9 0
D
NEXT/YES
E
PRIOR/NO
F
AREA
G
Quick Start (for "K-Series" GEM-K1CA)
1. Refer to the wiring diagram, connect Siren, Aux. Power,
PGM Output, Remote Bus, Earth ground, Zone and Tele-
phone wiring. NOTE: See Installation Instructions
(WI817).
2. Connect AC power first and then the battery.
3. Configure the keypad (see page 55).
4. Access the Easy Menu Driven (Dealer Program) Mode:
Press EEEEEER
Press NO (Q) until “ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N” appears on the
keypad display.
Press YES (P) to Enter Dealer Program Mode. Go to page 5.
Master Security Code
(on microshield)
Publicly traded on NASDAQ Symbol: NSSC
THIS MANUAL INCLUDES FEATURES WHICH ARE ONLY AVAILABLE IN CONTROL PANEL FIRMWARE
VERSION 50 OR LATER.
IMPORTANT NOTE
This manual supports the keypad programming of the GEM-P3200 control panel with the NAPCO "classic" GEM-
RP1CAe2 keypad as well as the GEM-K1CA "K Series" keypad. The new "K Series" GEM-K1CA model offers the new
STAY and AWAY buttons with simplified functionality, along with the new MENU and ENTER buttons. Note: While the
instructions in this manual are depicted using the GEM-K1CA keypad, the manual applies to both the "classic" and the
"K Series" keypads.
Program Mode is the same for both keypads--only the button names have changed, as follows:
The A button and the R button operate identically (in Program Mode) for both keypads.
The D button and the U button operate identically (in Program Mode) for both keypads.
The button and the button operate identically (in Program Mode) for both keypads. The words
"NEXT/YES button" are used in this manual.
The button and the button operate identically (in Program Mode) for both keypads. The words
"PRIOR/NO button" are used in this manual.
For consistency, it is recommended that all keypads either be all "classic" or all "K Series"--both keypad
types should not be used in one alarm system.
NAPCO Security Group, Inc.,
333 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, New York 11701
For Sales and Repairs, call toll free: (800) 645-9445
For direct line to Technical Service, call toll free: (800) 645-9440
Internet: http://www.napcosecurity.com
CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS EDITION
The following changes have been made to this manual (WI818G) since the previous edition (WI818F).
New addresses added to accommodate the GEM-ACM1D / GEM-2D Access Control Accessories, as follows:
Enable ACM Access
ACM Zone Options
ACM Global Flags
ACM Timeouts
ACM Door Area Options
ACM Scheduled Free Access
Enable Panel Options
Emergency Free Access
Keypad Home Area / ACM Door #1 Area (Hex)
Addition to the Easy Program Menu instructions, "Enter Proximity Card Users".
Existing addresses were changed and new addresses were added to accommodate the NAPCO NetLink™ NL-Mod device, as follows:
For each telephone number desired, enable "Report to TCP/IP Receiver or AES" for Telco 1, Telco 2 and Telco 3.
Enable "Callback Telephone No. Select". Enter either "1" for Callback Telephone Number 1 or "2" for Callback Telephone Number 2.
Enable "Handshake for Local Telemetry"
Enable "TCP/IP Communications"
Enable "TCP/IP Panel/Site Initiated Functions"
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IMPORTANT NOTE ...................................................... 2
CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS EDITION ..................... 2
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING OPTIONS ......................... 4
Introduction ............................................................... 4
Downloading from a Computer ................................. 4
EASY MENU DRIVEN PROGRAM MODE .................. 5
Dealer Program - Preliminary Information ................ 5
Accessing Dealer Program Mode ............................. 5
Customizing a Default Program ................................ 5
GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypad Easy Program
Menu ......................................................................... 6
DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE .................... 15
Direct Address Overview ........................................ 15
Address Mode Displays .......................................... 15
Binary (Bit) Format Example .............................. 15
Decimal Format Example ................................... 16
Hexadecimal Format Example ........................... 17
Programming Conventions Used in this Manual .... 18
PROGRAMMING OPTIONS & WORKSHEETS ........ 19
SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 0000-0002, 2402, 2406, 2414 &
3902) ............................................................................................19
SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2407, 2408 & 4088) ......................19
SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2400, 2401, 2403-2405, 4082 &
4083) ............................................................................................20
KEYPAD SYSTEM CODES (ADDRESS 0490-0495 & 0500-0502) .......................20
CS RECEIVER FORMAT OPTIONS (ADDRESS 0520, 0521, 0525, 0526, 0550,
0551, 0575 & 0576) ....................................................................21
CS RECEIVER TELEPHONE NUMBERS (ADDRESS 0527-0546, 0552-0571,
0577-0596) ..................................................................................22
DOWNLOAD/CALLBACK OPTIONS (ADDRESS 4089, 0600-0619, 0625-0647,
1022 & 1023) ..............................................................................22
CS SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS (ADDRESS 0650-0787) ....................................23
CS SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS (ADDRESS 0790-0857) ....................................24
CS REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 0859-0883) .................................................24
CS REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 0870-0904) .................................................25
CS AREA & SYSTEM REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1024-1027) .............25
CS ZONE REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 0910-0957) .....................................26
CS USER REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 1030-1074) .....................................27
GLOBAL SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1082-1116)28
AREA SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1120-1137) ...29
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 1-16 (ADDRESS 1200-1386) .......................................30
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 17-32 (ADDRESS 1402-1586) .....................................31
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 33-48 (ADDRESS 1602-1786) .....................................32
SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2415-2419) ...........................................................34
SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2420-2422, 3874, 3905, 3880-3881) .................35
ALARM/TROUBLE REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 3880-3881) .....................35
SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 3882-3901, 3903-3905 & 4084) .........................36
KEYPAD OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2425-2446) ...........................................................37
ACM ZONE OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2740-2769) .......................................................38
ACM GLOBAL FLAGS (ADDRESS 2780) ................................................................38
ACM TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2782-2783) ................................................................38
ACM DOOR AREA OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2784-2787) ..........................................39
ACM SCHEDULED FREE ACCESS (ADDRESS 4072-4075) ...............................39
KEYPAD HOME AREA / ACM DOOR #1 AREA (HEX) (ADDRESS 2425-2431) 40
SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2423) .....................................................................41
EMERGENCY FREE ACCESS (ADDRESS 4080) ..................................................41
USER AREA OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2455-2502) .....................................................42
EZM GROUP OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2555-2576) ....................................................43
AREA ARMING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2650-2651) ................................................44
REMOTE ACCESS LOGGING (ADDRESS 3184) ..................................................44
AREA OUTPUT CONTROL OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2700-2739) ...........................45
RF RECEIVERS & SUPERVISORY TIMER OPTIONS (ADDRESS 3776 & 3760-
3775) ............................................................................................ 46
EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL / RELAYS 1-24 (ADDRESS 3778-3801 & 2800-
2895) ............................................................................................ 47
NUMBER OF RELAY BOARD MODULES (ADDRESS 3777) ...............................51
SYSTEM RESET OPTIONS (ADDRESS 4091-4093) .............................................52
USER PROGRAM MODE .......................................... 52
Preliminary Information ........................................... 52
Accessing User Program Mode ............................. 53
User Codes ............................................................ 53
Zone Descriptions .................................................. 54
KEYPAD CONFIGURATION MODE ......................... 55
Keypad Installation ................................................. 55
Configuring the Keypads ........................................ 55
ALPHABETICAL INDEX ............................................ 57
ADDRESS NUMBER INDEX ..................................... 61
GEM-P3200 WIRING DIAGRAM ............................... 68
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Refer to accompanying GEM-P3200 Installation Instructions (WI817) for installation information.
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SYSTEM PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
INTRODUCTION
The GEM-P3200 control panel may be programmed by various means, each of which will be covered in detail in the sections
that follow. Keypad displays shown are for a GEM-K1CA (v.8), the recommended keypad for programming.
Downloading From a Computer. This is the preferred method of programming. The panel may be
downloaded from (or uploaded to) an IBM PC-compatible computer, either locally or remotely. Napco's PCD3000
and PCD Windows Quickloader software feature context-sensitive help screens as well as an error-checking utility
that prevents programming of incompatible or conflicting data to ensure proper panel operation. Note: Unattended
downloading from a computer is not allowed for Fire Alarm or UL installations.
Easy Menu-Driven Program (Dealer Program) Mode - Keypad Programming. The Easy Menu-Driven
Program Mode allows keypad programming of number of zones in Area 1 and 2, number of fire zones (both 4-wire
and 2-wire), local or Central Station reporting, number of exit/entry zones, number of interior zones, number of 24
hour zones, number of chime zones, Chime 2 zones, Exit/Entry2 zones, 50ms loop response zones (Note: 750mS is
required for Loop Response time in UL installations), aux output activated on alarm zones, sensor watch zones, key-
pad sounder on alarm zones, auto bypass re-entry zones, EOLR zones, number of keypads in Area 1 and 2, Central
Station telephone number, Central Station account number, Central Station receiver format, User Codes, RF trans-
mitter points, RF keyfob transmitters, zone descriptions, date/time, dealer code, Telco line fault test, Burg output chirp
on keyfob, keypad time/date display, enable CP-01 programming, and clear dealer program/cold start. For new pan-
els, a custom default program may be created at the keypad. A menu-driven utility prompts the installer to configure
the system. Further detailed customization is accomplished in the Direct Address Program Mode.
Direct Address (Dealer Program) Program Mode - Keypad Programming. The Direct Address Pro-
gram Mode is an extension of the Dealer Program Mode wherein data is entered at the keypad by location. This
mode is accessed from the Easy Menu Driven Program Mode by pressing the C button at any time.
User Program Mode - Keypad Programming. The User Program Mode is intended for authorized users
and is limited to keypad programming of User Codes, Time, Date and Zone Descriptions.
DOWNLOADING FROM A COMPUTER
The control-panel program may be downloaded from the computer by any of the following methods.
Local Downloading
(Note: This procedure should be used after installation, after peripheral devices are connected).
For direct high-speed data transfer to the control panel from a desktop computer, connect the download jack (JP2)
on the panel to the LOCAL jack (J3) on the Napco PCI2000/3000 computer interface using the supplied 6-
conductor cable. (Refer to PCI2000/3000 Installation Instructions WI443 for wiring diagram and procedures).
Similarly, a high-speed local download may be made in the field using a notebook or laptop computer. Connect
JP2 on the control panel to a Napco PCI-MINI computer interface using the 6-conductor cable supplied. (Refer to
PCI-MINI Installation Instructions WI767).
Remote Downloading
(Also see PCI2000/3000 Installation Instructions WI443).
Function Mode
Start by establishing a telco connection between the computer operator and the installer. During this procedure,
voice contact will be lost, therefore both the installer and the computer operator should be familiar with the opera-
tion. When a steady high-pitched tone is heard at the site phone, access the “ACTIVATE DOWNLOAD” Function (see
Keypad Programming Modes), then press the J or U button or the NEXT/YES button; the site phone will go dead.
Hang up the phone and wait for a call from the central station confirming a successful download.
Callback Method
An installed, unattended panel may be programmed or reprogrammed remotely using the Callback-Method
Download feature of the PCD-Windows Quickloader software. Remote downloading requires a modem compatible
with the PCI2000/3000. Upon answering the call from the computer, the panel will verify the Download Security
Code and, if confirmed, will establish a connection. If a Callback Number is programmed into the panel, the panel
will automatically disconnect and call the computer at this number before establishing a connection.
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EASY MENU DRIVEN PROGRAM MODE
EASY MENU DRIVEN PROGRAM MODE
DEALER PROGRAM - PRELIMINARY INFORMATION
Only Keypad #1 may be used for both dealer and user programming, however this keypad may be located in any area.
The Master Security Code is printed on the panel’s microprocessor can. Use this code to enter the Dealer Program Mode
to program a custom Dealer Security Code. Record the number, then remove the code label to prevent unauthorized
access to the panel. If you forget your Dealer Security Code, use the Master Security Code to enter programming.
After entering codes or data, press the save U button. Data will not be stored into memory unless it is pressed.
If the keypad is in the Program Mode and no activity is detected for longer than 4 minutes, a steady tone will sound.
Silence the sounder by pressing the G button to continue, or by pressing the C button to exit.
A panel that has been COLD STARTED (Address Location 4093) performs identically to a new panel.
If a GEM-RP2ASe2/GEM-K2AS (Version 6) is used, configure address jumpers as Keypad #1 (see WI1184).
KEYPAD #1: For ease of programming, it is recommended that a GEM-K1CA (Version 8) be used as Keypad #1.
(Regardless of which keypad is selected, all new keypads are configured as Keypad #1 out of the box).
NEW PANELS: The custom default program may be created for new panels only. Once the panel has been programmed by any
means, the number of areas, number of zones, fire zones, entry/exit zones and interior zones will be suppressed and cannot be
changed. Should it be necessary to create a new custom default program, (a) from the Dealer Program Mode, press the C
button to enter the Direct Address Program Mode; (b) access Location 4091 (Clear Program); (c) press the U button and start over.
1. Press EEEEEE R
2. Press Q Until “ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N” appears on the keypad display.
3. Press P To Enter Dealer Program Mode.
4. Press CC To Exit Dealer Program Mode when finished.
Master Security Code
(on microshield)
R
GEM-P3200
CONTROL
COMMUNCIATOR
MASTER SECURITY CODE
# - # - # - # - # - #
ACCESSING DEALER PROGRAM MODE
CUSTOMIZING A DEFAULT PROGRAM
For new panels, you can design a default program that will best suit your application. Using this procedure, you will configure the panel for:
This procedure will automatically set up system keypads, EZMs, wireless transmitters, etc. After your basic default program has been
loaded, you may alter it as necessary in the Direct Address Program Mode.
Total Number of Zones in Area 1
Total Number of Zones in Area 2
Fire Zones in Area 1
2-Wire Fire Zones in Area 1
Report All Zones to Central
Exit/Entry Zones in Area 1
Interior Zones in Area 1
24 Hour Zones in Area 1
Chime Zones in Area 1
Chime 2 Zones in Area 1
Exit/Entry2 Zones in Area 1
50mS Loop Response Zones (Note: 750mS is
required for Loop Response time in UL installations).
Aux Output Activated on Alarm Zones
Sensor Watch Zones
Keypad Sounder on Alarm Zones
Auto Bypass re-entry Zones
Enable no EOLR Zones
Enable Telco Line Fault Test
Enable Burg Output Chirp on Keyfob
Enable SIA CP-01 Features
Number of Keypads in Area 1
Number of Keypads in Area 2
Central Station Receiver 1 Tel. Number
Central Station Receiver 1 Account Number
Central Station Receiver 1 Format
Enter User Codes
RF Transmitter Points
Quick Method (Enroll Method)
KeyFob Transmitters (as Arm/Disarm & Control
Devices)
KeyFob Transmitters (as Zone Input Devices)
Enter Zone Descriptions
Enter Date
Enter Time
Dealer Code
Exit Dealer Program Mode
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GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypad Easy Program Menu
To create a custom program using the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA keypad, simply answer the following questions and re-
cord your information on the Easy Menu Programming Worksheet. In each of the following steps, press R to set cursor,
the NEXT/YES button to go forwards, the PRIOR/NO button to go backwards, U to save and C twice to exit at any time.
Total Number of Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the total number of zones to be programmed for Area 1.
Valid entries are from 08 to 48. Directly enter the total number of zones, including leading zeros.
The system is based on groups of 4 zones each (after the first 8 zones), and will automatically round up to
the next group of 4. For example, if you enter 18, it will automatically convert this to 20 zones. Press U to
save. Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Total Number of Zones in Area 2 (New Program Only)
Enter the total number of zones to be programmed for Area 2.
Valid entries are from 00 to 48. Directly enter the total number of zones, including leading zeros.
The system is based on groups of 4 zones each (after the first 8 zones), and will automatically round up to
the next group of 4. For example, if you enter 18, it will automatically convert this to 20 zones. Press U to
save. Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Fire Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone number of any Fire Zones (including 2-wire, 4-wire or wireless).
Valid entries are from 01 to 48.
Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros, and press U to save, and then repeat for any
additional zone(s). Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
2-Wire Fire Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone number of any Fire Zone (from previous question) to be used with 2-wire smoke detectors.
Valid entries are 07 and 08. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save, and repeat for any additional zone(s); press NEXT to proceed.
NOTE: Only zones which have been designated as Fire Zones can be programmed as 2 Wire Fire zones.
JP3 must be set to “2-WF” position for 2-wire fire for zones 7-8. (refer to Installation Instructions).
Local or Central Station Reporting System (New Program Only)
Press the NEXT/YES button for all zones to report; press the PRIOR/NO button for local system.
Exit/Entry Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to be used as Exit/Entry zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and repeat for any additional zone(s); press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: Entry Delay Time of 30 seconds and Exit Delay Time of 60 seconds will automatically be programmed.
Interior Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers to be used as Interior Zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s).
Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
All Interior zones will also be automatically programmed as “Exit/Entry Follower” and as "Power Up Delay" zones.
24 Hour Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to be used as 24 Hour zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and repeat for any additional zone(s); press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: 24 Hour Zones will automatically be programmed as audible (Burg Output).
Chime Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers which are to be used as Chime Zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: A chime time of 2 seconds will be automatically programmed.
GEM-RP1CAE2/GEM-K1CA KEYPAD EASY PROGRAM MENU
(Direct Entry)
#of Zns in Area1
Enter # Zones XX
(Direct Entry)
#of Zns in Area2
Enter # Zones XX
(Direct Entry)
Fire Zones
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
2-Wire Fire Zns
Enter Zone # °°
(Press YES or NO)
Report All Zones
To Central? Y/N
(Direct Entry)
Exit/Entry Zones
Enter Zone # XX
(Direct Entry)
Interior Zones
Enter Zone # XX
(Direct Entry)
24 Hour Zones
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
Chime Zones
Enter Zone # °°
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Chime 2 Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers which are to be used as Chime 2 Zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: A chime time of 2 seconds will be automatically programmed.
Chime 2 zones give a distinct pulsating tone when zone is faulted.
Exit/Entry2 Zones in Area 1 (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to be used as Exit/Entry zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and repeat for any additional zone(s); press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: An Entry Delay Time of 30 sec. and an Exit Delay Time of 60 sec. will automatically be programmed.
50 mS Loop Response Zones (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to have a 50mS loop response.
Valid entries are from 01 to 08. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed. Note: Only
panel zones 01-08 can be programmed for Quick Loop Response. All other zones can be programmed via their
respective EZM's (hardwire). Note: 750mS is required for Loop Response time in UL installations.
Aux Output Activated on Alarm Zones (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to activate the Aux Output upon alarm.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: An Aux Output Timeout of 15 minutes will automatically be programmed.
Sensor Watch Zones (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to be Sensor Watch zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: A Sensor Watch Time of 24 hours will automatically be programmed.
Keypad Sounder On Alarm Zones (New Program Only)
Enter the zone numbers of all zones to activate the Keypad Sounder upon alarm.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Auto Bypass Re-entry Zones (New Program Only) (Not evaluated by UL)
Enter the zone numbers of zones to be Auto Bypass Re-entry zones.
Valid entries are from 01 to 48. Directly enter each zone number, including leading zeros.
Press U to save and then repeat for any additional zone(s), Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Auto Bypass Re-entry Zones allow the system to be armed with the zone faulted but come back into the system
(armed) when the zone is subsequently closed.
Enable No EOLR Zones (New Program Only)
Press YES to program all zones except 24 Hr & fire zones for No End Of Line Resistor. Press NO to continue.
Do not program this feature for UL Installations.
Enable Telco Line Fault Test?
Press YES to enable Telco Line Fault Test.
Press NO to continue. NOTE: If enabled, a Telco Line Fault Test Delay of 60 sec. will automatically be pro-
grammed.
Enable Burg Output Chirp on KeyFob?
Press the NEXT/YES button to enable Burg Output Chirp on KeyFob Arm / Disarm.
Press the PRIOR/NO button to continue.
NOTE: The Burg Output will chirp once on Keyfob Arm and twice on Keyfob Disarm.
(Direct Entry)
Chime 2 Zones
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
Exit/Entry2 Zones
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
50mS Loop Zones
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
Aux Output Zones
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
Sensor Watch Zns
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
KP Sndr Alrm Zns
Enter Zone # °°
(Direct Entry)
Auto Byp REnt Zn
Enter Zone # °°
(Press YES or NO)
Enable No EOLR
Zones Y/N
(Press YES or NO)
Enable Telco
Line Test? Y/N
(Press YES or NO)
Enable Burg Out
Chirp? Y/N
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Enable SIA CP-01 Features?
Press the NEXT/YES button to enable.
Press the PRIOR/NO button to continue.
The SIA CP-01 Features are designed to reduce the incidence of false alarms. NOTE: Do not enable
unless reporting, otherwise system trouble Fail to Communicate may occur.
Number of Keypads in Area 1
Enter the total number of Keypads to be installed in Area 1.
Valid entries are from 01 to 07. Directly enter the number of keypads, including leading zeros.
Press U to save. Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Number of Keypads in Area 2
Enter the total number of Keypads to be installed in Area 2.
Valid entries are from 00 to 07. Directly enter the number of keypads, including leading zeros.
Press U to save. Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed. NOTE: Area 2 keypads must have zones in
Area 2, otherwise the keypad will indicate "Out Of System".
Central Station Receiver 1 Telephone Number
Enter telephone number of up to 16 digits.
Press 1 through 9 for digits 1–9; G 0 for a zero and 0 for a blank ().
Press G 1 through G 5 for letters B–F, respectively.
Pre-Dial Delay = “D” (G 4); Dial-Tone Detection = “E” (G 5).
Press U to save and press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: Central Station Receiver 2 and 3 Telephone Numbers must be entered in Direct Address Program-
ming. See CS Receiver Options.
(Direct Entry)
Central Phone #
(Direct Entry)
# Area 1 Keypads
Enter # KPs 01
(Press YES or NO)
Enable SIA CP-01?
Y/N
(Direct Entry)
# Area 2 Keypads
Enter # KPs 00
Easy Programming of Auto download ID #'s and PC Preset Callback Numbers (GEM-RP1CAe2 or GEM-K1CA
keypads only) from the Central Station Telephone number.
For unattended PC Preset downloading, it is now possible to set the Auto download ID #’s and PC Preset Callback
from the Keypad Easy Program Mode.
At the field for CENTRAL PHONE #, program an "F" followed by the Auto Download ID # (2 digits) and then the
Callback Telco # (up to 13 digits).
Press D or U to save.
Exit Program Mode (CC)
Enter Master Code
Press A or R
Go to Function "ACTIVATE DOWNLOAD Y/N" and press YES (E or P).
The panel will automatically call the PC Preset computer and download the program on the specified Auto
Download line # of PC Preset. Example: Program an Auto download ID # of 07 and a PC Preset Callback # of
1-516-842-9400
Go to Central Phone # input screen and press: [*] [5] [0] [7] [1] [5] [1] [6] [8] [4] [2] [9] [4] [0] [0] D (or U).
CENTRAL PHONE #
F0715168429400
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Central Station Receiver 1 Account Number
Enter an account number of up to four digits.
Press 0 through 9 for digits 0–9, and G 0 for a blank ().
Press U to save and press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
NOTE: Central Station Receiver 2 and 3 Account Numbers must be entered in Direct Address Pro-
gramming. See CS Reporting Options.
Central Station Receiver 1 Format
From the table at the right enter the receiver format.
Press 0 through 9, and G0 for blank ().
Press G1 through G4 for letters B–E.
Press U to save and press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
(Direct Entry)
Central Station
Account # (____)
(Direct Entry)
See WI for Info
Rcvr Format (0)
DATA
ENTRY
CS RECEIVER 1 FORMAT
blank(•) Ademco Slow, Silent Knight Slow
1 Sescoa, Vertex, DCI, Franklin
Fast
2 Radionics Fast
3 Silent Knight Fast
4 Radionics, DCI, Franklin Slow
5 Universal High Speed
8 Radionics BFSK
DATA
ENTRY
CS RECEIVER 1 FORMAT
9 FBI 4/3/1
0 Radionics Modem 2
B SIA
C Ademco Point ID
D Ademco Express
E Pager
NOTE: Modem IIe is available only in
Direct Address Programming. Central
Station Receiver 2 and 3 Formats can
only be entered in Direct Address
Programming. See CS Receiver
Options.
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Enter User Codes (Press the R button to set cursor.)
Enter up to 48 User Codes with User Options, Authority Level and Access
Control Options (if necessary) for each code. Refer to the tables below and on
the next page for available data entries for User Options, Authority Level and
Access Control Options. Note: All 48 Users must be assigned to areas in “User
Area Options” (Address 2455-2502) in Direct Address Programming. By de-
fault, only User 1 is enabled in Area 1 and Area 2. Users 2 - 8 are enabled in
Area 1 and users 9 - 16 are enabled in Area 2.
Press the R button to set the cursor to the User Code. Use the number buttons 1 through 9 to enter
a code from 3 to 6 digits. Enter up to 6 digits in the first six boxes from left to right for each user code. Valid entries
are: 0-9. Note: Press the 0 button for a zero. No blank spaces in between; leave blank (•) any trailing boxes. If
an “Ambush Code” (Address 0495) is entered, do not program the first two digits of ANY User Code as the same
digits entered for the “Ambush Code”.
If the programmed code is less than 6 digits, press the R button to set the cursor to the OPTION/LEVEL.
Refer to the tables below for the available User Option and User Level data entries. Enter the user options data in
the left digit. Enter the level data (with arming options, if any, added) in the right digit. Note: For entries greater than
9, press the G1 buttons through the G5 buttons for B through F, respectively.
For Keypad Access Control, press the R button once again to program applicable keypads. Refer to the tables
below, use the number buttons to enter the data for Keypad 1–4 in the right digit; and the data for Keypad 5–7 data in
the left digit. (Press the 0 buttons for blank).
Enter user code
001 123 -E3-
User# User Code
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USER OPTIONS
USER CODE
(UP TO 6 DIGITS)
USER
OPTION
USER
LEVEL
ACCESS CONTROL
KEYPADS
DATA
ENTRIES
AUTHORITY
LEVEL
CODE
TYPE
blank (•) NONE ARM/DISARM
1 LEVEL 1 ARM/DISARM
2 LEVEL 2 ARM/DISARM
3 LEVEL 3 ARM/DISARM
4 NONE ARM ONLY
5 LEVEL 1 ARM ONLY
6 LEVEL 2 ARM ONLY
7 LEVEL 3 ARM ONLY
8 NONE SERVICE
9 LEVEL 1 SERVICE
0 LEVEL 2 SERVICE
B LEVEL 3 SERVICE
C* NONE AMBUSH
D* LEVEL 1 AMBUSH
E* LEVEL 2 AMBUSH
F* LEVEL 3 AMBUSH
Note: “Y” indicates option is enabled.
USER OPTIONS
DATA
ENTRIES
BLOCKED
VIEW
USER
PROGRAM
BYPASS OVERVIEW
blank (•)
1 Y
2 Y
3 Y Y
4 Y
5 Y Y
6 Y Y
7 Y Y Y
8 Y
9 Y Y
0 Y Y
B Y Y Y
C Y Y
D Y Y Y
E Y Y Y
F Y Y Y Y
DISABLED
Note: “Y” indicates option is enabled.
ACCESS CONTROL KEYPADS
DATA
ENTRIES
K.P. 1 K.P. 2 K.P. 3 K.P. 4
blank (•)
1 Y
2 Y
3 Y Y
4 Y
5 Y Y
6 Y Y
7 Y Y Y
8 Y
9 Y Y
0 Y Y
B Y Y Y
C Y Y
D Y Y Y
E Y Y Y
F Y Y Y Y
NONE
Example: Enter a code of “123456” as
“123456” (from left to right).
Note: “Y” indicates option is enabled.
ACCESS CONTROL KEYPADS
DATA
ENTRIES
K.P. 5 K.P. 6 K.P. 7
blank (•) NONE
1 Y
2 Y
3 Y Y
4 Y
5 Y Y
6 Y Y
7 Y Y Y
8
9 Y
0 Y
B Y Y
C Y
D Y Y
E Y Y
F Y Y Y
*Note: These entries are only
available when address 3905
option 8 is enabled.
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Press U to save each code.
To proceed to the next User Code, set the cursor to the User Number and change it using the number buttons. Program
a new User Code as previously described. Press NEXT P button to proceed.
Example: Program a code of “2222” for user 02, with User Option of “User Program”, User “Level 3” and Access Control Option
“Keypad No. 1”. Enter “2222” for a user code, “2 3” for user option and “blank(•) 1” for access control option.
CHANGING OR CANCELING A CODE: To change any code, merely program over the existing code as described
above and press U to save. Similarly, to cancel a code, blank out each number of the code and press U to save to
save.
USER AUTHORITY LEVEL
FUNCTION LEVEL*
DISPLAY ZN FAULTS 1
DISPLAY ZN BYPASSED 1
DISPLAY ZN DIRECTORY 1
ACTIVATE BELL TEST 1
DISPLAY PHONE #’S 1
DISPLAY SYS TRBL 1
DISPLAY FIRE ALARM 1
DISPLAY FIRE TRBL 1
DISPLAY OP/CL 3
ACTIVATE OVERVIEW 3**
ACTIVATE CHIME 1
ACTIVATE WATCH 2
RESET SYSTEM TRBL 3
RESET SENSOR MSG 3
START EXIT TIME 1
FAULT FIND ***
ACTIVATE LOCATE ***
EZM ZONE FIND ***
ACTIVATE DIALER TEST 3
DISPLAY ALARM LOG 3
DISPLAY TOTAL LOG 3
DISPLAY FIRE LOG 3
DISPLAY OP/CL LOG 3
DISPLAY SYSTEM LOG 3
AUTOARM IN 1-4HRS 2
DISPLAY AUTOARM SCHD 3
ACTIVATE PROGRAM 3**
ACTIVATE DOWNLOAD 3
DISPLY RF XMITTER STAT 1
RELAY CONTROL 1
KEYPAD DISPLAY FUNCTION MENU NOTES:
* Minimum Level required to access function
** Level-3 Code with appropriate user option
*** Requires Dealer Code
Related User Options: Ambush Code” (Address 0495), “Panel Access Code” (Address
0490), “Dealer Security Code” (Address 0500) & “User Area Options” (Address 2455-2502).
OPTIONS EXPLANATION
Disabled User Code not active in this area.
Blocked View Allows User Code to block another code from being viewed by another user.
An unblocked code cannot view a blocked code, but a blocked code can
view all codes. The master user code and the dealer program code can view
all codes.
User Program User Program Option is enabled for Keypad 1 only, wherever it is connected
(any area). If enabled, Level 3 must also be enabled.
Bypass Allows User Code to bypass zones.
Overview This option, along with Level 3 Authorization, enables selection of
OVERVIEW mode at a keypad. This Mode provides a system status display
of all areas at a glance.
Arm Only Prevents User Code from disarming this area.
Service A Service Code has restricted arm/disarm rights; if an area is armed with a
Service Code, a 5” appears on the GEM-RP1CAe2 keypad and the area can
be disarmed with any valid User Code, including a Service Code. If the area
is armed with OTHER than a Service Code, it CANNOT be disarmed with a
Service Code. This is typically used to allow tradesmen access to premises
under control of the owner.
Access This is normally used to activate a door striker while an area is disarmed. A
code with the access option will not function as an arm/disarm code. When
the code is entered, the keypad will display “ENTER NOW” and the Brown
Wire on the keypad will become Active Low (Ground Potential) for 7
seconds.
USER OPTIONS
Ambush There are two types of Ambush Codes: (1) A 2-digit code (prefix) that is entered
immediately prior to (and as part of) the regular User Code and (2) A separate
and unique User Code. Disarming with an Ambush Code will cause a silent
report to be sent to a central station. Thus, should a user be forced to disarm, he
can silently signal an emergency while appearing to be merely disarming the
system.
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Enter Proximity Card Users (FOR ACM USE ONLY).
(Press the R button to set cursor). See WI1221 for more information.
Enter up to 48 Proximity Cards with User Options, Access Level and ACM
Area (if necessary) for each card. Refer to the tables below and to WI1221 for
more information.
Press the R button to set the cursor to the User Code. Use the
number buttons 1 through 9 to enter a 6 digit code. Enter the digits in the first six boxes from left to right
for each user code. Valid entries are: 0-9. Note: Press the 0 button for a zero. No blank spaces in between;
leave blank (•) any trailing boxes.
Refer to the tables below and WI1221 for the available User Level data entries. Enter the level data in the right
digit. Leave blank (•) in the left digit. Note: For entries greater than 9, press the G1 buttons through the
G5 buttons for B through F, respectively.
For ACM Area, enter data for Areas 1 or 2. See table below.
Enter user code
001 123456- 6-
User# User Code
USER OPTIONS
USER CODE
(UP TO 6 DIGITS)
USER
LEVEL
ACM AREA
DATA
ENTRIES
ACCESS
LEVEL
CODE
TYPE
blank (•) 0 NONE
1 1 NONE
2 2 NONE
4 0 ARM/DISARM
5 1 ARM/DISARM
6 2 ARM/DISARM
8 0 ARM ONLY
9 1 ARM ONLY
0 2 ARM ONLY
Note: “Y” indicates option is enabled.
ACM AREA
DATA
ENTRIES
A1 A2
blank (•) NONE
1 Y
2 Y
3 Y Y
Example: Enter a code of “123456”
as “123456” (from left to right).
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RF Transmitter Points (Press R to set cursor.)
For each transmitter enter: (For wireless systems only. Also see Quick Method, which follows)
The zone number (01–48) to which the transmitter will be mapped.
The 6-digit RF ID # and 1-digit checksum number printed on the transmitter and box,
The point number (1–2); enter “9” for unsupervised (all points).
Press U to save and NEXT/YES button to proceed when all transmitters have been entered.
NOTE: When programming the ID Code number, “0” through ”9” = 0 through 9; A = G0 ; B = G1 ; C =
G2 ; D = G3 ; E = G4 and “F” = G5.
Quick Method (Enroll Method). If a receiver is already installed in the panel, transmitter wireless points can be programmed automatically
(“enrolled”) using the following procedure. NOTE: The transmitter point will be enrolled only if the signal
strength is 3 or greater.
1. Enter the zone number to which the transmitter point will be mapped.
2. Press B to enter the Enroll Mode. The red and green LEDs on the keypad will
flash and the window will display as shown at left.
3. Open the loop of the point that is to be programmed (GEM-TRANS2 only).
4. Install the transmitter battery. The keypad will beep to indicate that the point has been
successfully enrolled. Multi-point transmitters can be mapped to successive zones
simultaneously.
Keyfob Transmitters as Arm/Disarm & Control Devices (Press R to set cursor).
Keyfobs can be programmed as “Arm/Disarm” devices using their On/Off buttons (refer to WI752).
For each Keyfob Transmitter, enter:
The Keyfob Transmitter number (01–08).
The area number to which transmitter is assigned (0 to disable keyfob, 1 or 2).
The 6-digit RF ID # and 1-digit checksum number printed on the transmitter and box,
The Aux 1 Option (see keyfob aux 1 & aux 2 options).
The Aux 2 Option (see keyfob aux 1 & aux 2 options).
NOTE: Keyfobs 1-8 report openings and closings as Users 25-32.
Press U to save and NEXT/YES button to proceed when all keyfobs have been entered.
NOTE: When programming the ID Code number, “0” through ”9” = 0 through 9 ; A = G0 ; B = G1 ;
C = G2 ; D = G3 ; E = G4 and “F” = G5.
ZN# XMIT#+CS P
Zn01- 000000:0-0
Zone # Xmitter Check Point
Mapped to ID Sum #
ZN# XMIT#+CS P
Zn01- 000000:0-0
ZN# XMIT#+CS P
ZN01- ENROLL:A--
Example. A 2-point transmitter has the RF ID number 287613:1. Map point
1 to Zone 6 and point 2 to Zone 9.
1. Enter the Enroll mode as described above.
2. Enter Zone “06”.
3. Open point-1 loop.
4. Install the battery. The keypad will beep once to indicate that one point
has been programmed. (Transmitter 287613:1, point 1 will be mapped
to Zone 6).
5. Enter Zone “09”.
6. Close point-1 loop and open point-2 loop.
7. Remove the transmitter battery, then re-install it. The keypad will beep
once to indicate that one point has been programmed. (Transmitter
287613:1, point 2 is mapped to Zone 9).
KEYFOB ZONE ASSIGNMENT: Keyfobs can also be assigned to zones to allow multiple wireless panic buttons on one alarm sys-
tem, each reporting to a central station, a pager or having a description on the keypad that describes the person holding the keyfob,
the location where the person holding the keyfob is stationed, or the special purpose of the keyfob button being depressed. See the
next page on Keyfob Transmitters as Zone Input Devices .
KF A XMIT#+CS OP
01-0 000000:0 00
KF Area Xmitter Check Aux
# ID Sum 1&2
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KeyFob Transmitters as Zone Input Devices
(Refer to display above: press the PRIOR button to go backwards).
Each of the 4 keyfob buttons can be assigned to a zone. For example, On button = point 1; Off button = point
2; A1 = point 3; A2 = point 4. Up to 48 keyfobs (using 1 button) or 24 keyfobs (using 2 buttons) or 14 keyfobs
(using all 4 buttons) or any combination up to a maximum of 48 controlled zones can be assigned, providing
multiple wireless panic buttons on a system, each reporting to a Central Station or a pager and/or annunciating
on a keypad the keyfob zone number with a description. To assign a keyfob to a zone: program the keyfob as
you would a transmitter, entering the keyfob's ID code, check sum and point number at the appropriate zone.
The “Quick Method” is not allowed. The zone may be hardwired to an electrical sensor as well as assigned to
a keyfob (either one will activate the zone alarm output). NOTE: If assigning a keyfob to a zone, the “ON/OFF”
buttons on the keyfob will no longer arm/disarm the system. The keyfob is converted to a “panic only” device.
Enter Zone Descriptions
Press 1 and 2 to place the cursor and; press
3 and 6 to select the character.
For each zone, enter a description of up to two lines.
Press U to save each description.
To proceed to the next description, place the cursor under the Zone Number (e.g. “01”) and change the Zone
Number using 3 and 6. Program new description as above.
NOTE: Zone Descriptions can only be entered through the GEM-RP1CAe2 Keypad or by using the Napco Quickloader Software. See Easy
Menu Programming Worksheet for available zone description characters.
Enter Date (Press R to set cursor).
Enter the current date in the format MM/DD/YY. (MM = month, DD = day and YY = year.
Press U to save. Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Enter Time (Press R to set cursor.)
Enter the current time in format HH:MMA/P, where HH=hours (01–12); MM=minutes (00–59).
Select AM or PM by pressing any number button to toggle selection.
Press U to save. Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
Dealer Code
Directly enter the Dealer Code (default = 456789), using 0 through 9 buttons.
Press U to save.
Re-enter the Dealer Code to verify the previous code.
Press U to save.
Press the NEXT/YES button to proceed.
(Direct Entry)
Enter Date
( / / )
(Direct Entry)
Enter Time
( : )
Dealer Code
456789
DEALER CODE
RE-ENTER
CLEAR PROGRAM: Should it be necessary to create a new custom default program, (a) from the Dealer Program Mode, press C to enter
the Address Program Mode; (b) access Location 4091 (Clear Program) or 4093 (Cold Start); (c) press U and then (d) press C to exit the
Dealer Program Mode. A “SYSTEM TROUBLE/E09-00 SERVICE” will occur. Press C to silence the keypad.
Clear Dealer Program (Erases Dealer Program)
Use this feature to erase the Panel Program, while maintaining Scheduled Data and Zone Descriptions. Access
address 4091 and press U. Data entry is not allowed. NOTE: Enter Easy Menu Driven Program Mode
to reprogram system.
Cold Start (Erases Entire Program)
This erases all programmed data (Dealer Program, Zone Description Data and Schedules). Access ad-
dress 4093 and press U. Data entry is not allowed. NOTE: Some features (schedules) can only be pro-
grammed again with the Downloading Software.
(Direct Entry)
001-
EXIT DEALER PROGRAM MODE: This completes the custom default program. Press C to enter the Direct Address Program
Mode for further programming or press C once again to end all programming and resume normal keypad operation.
4091 XX H
4093 XX H
DATA
ENTRY
AUX 1/AUX 2 OPTIONS
0 None
1 Relay Group 1 Toggle
2 Relay Group 2 Toggle
9 Panic
A Auxiliary
B Instant
C Aux. Output Toggle
D Access on Aux. Output
E Arm STAY ("K Series"
Keypads Only)
F Interior Bypass
("Classic" RP Series
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DIRECT ADDRESS OVERVIEW
Direct Address Programming allows you to go directly to the address locations (up to 4095) and change the data entries
manually in order to customize your control panel options. Whereas the Easy Menu Program Mode guides you through
limited selections to get you started, Direct Address Program Mode allows you to change all options directly. It con-
sists of up to 4095 address locations each with data entry locations as shown in the following diagram (below left). The
data entry location accepts data in one of three formats: Binary, Decimal and Hexadecimal (explained below in
"Address Mode Displays"). The following diagram (below right) illustrates a Decimal format data entry location (using
a GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA keypad).
ADDRESS MODE DISPLAYS
There are three types of address displays when programming in Direct Entry Program Mode, as follows:
A) Binary (Bit) Format
Settings (such as Zone Features) display and accept data in "number" format. For example, Zone Features are
turned on by the pressing of keypad buttons 1 through 8, with the activated Zone(s) displaying the corresponding
decimal digit (replacing deactivated zones which are signified by dashes).
EXAMPLE: BIT Format with the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA: Program Zones 2, 4, 5 and 7 as Exit/Entry Fol-
lower Zones.
DETERMINE THE DATA ENTRIES
Referring to ZONE FEATURES in the Programming Worksheets that follow, the Exit/Entry Follower for Zones 1
through 8 are located at address 1218.
DATA ENTRY
LOCATION
ADDRESS
LOCATIONS
0000
0000
TO
4095
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
(One of three formats):
Binary (Bit)
Decimal
Hexadecimal
DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE
DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE
GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypad Display
Example
0000 060 D
1 2
= ADDRESS LOCATION
1
2 = DATA ENTRY LOCATION
1218 - - - - - - - - B 1218 - 2 - 4 5 - 7 - B
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
Binary (Bit) Format
Press 2 4 5 and 7 in
order to activate Zones 2, 4, 5, and 7. (The "B"
on the right indicates "Binary" format).
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
Binary (Bit) Format
No zones yet activated
Address
1218
"Exit/Entry
Follower"
Address
1218
"Exit/Entry
Follower"
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PROGRAM THE DATA ENTRIES
1. Enter the panel's Dealer Security Code, then press R.
2. Answer NO to all questions until “ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N” is displayed; then press YES. NOTE: If you pass
ACTIVATE PROGRAM”, scroll backward using B.
3. Press C to enter the Address Program Mode. Address "0000" will display.
4. Press 1218 to access Address 1218. The existing data will display and the cursor will
advance to the data field.
5. Press 6 7 8. The numbers 6,7 and 8 will appear on the keypad display indicating the zones
activated.
6. Press U to save. Address 1218 is now programmed with “6,7,8”.
7. Press R and enter another 4-digit address to continue programming--or--press C to exit and resume
normal keypad operation.
B) Decimal Format
Settings (such as Entry and Exit Delay) display and accept data in decimal format, as a 3 digit number. Data is en-
tered directly, by pressing keys 0 – 9, with the cursor automatically moving to the right upon each key press.
EXAMPLE: DECIMAL Format with the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA: Program Abort Delay to be 15 seconds.
DETERMINE THE DATA ENTRIES
Referring to SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS in the Programming Worksheets that follow, the Abort Delay is lo-
cated at address 2406:
PROGRAM THE DATA ENTRIES
1. Enter the panel's Dealer Security Code, then press R.
2. Answer NO to all questions until “ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N” is displayed; then press YES. NOTE: If you pass
ACTIVATE PROGRAM”, scroll backward using B.
3. Press C to enter the Address Program Mode. Address "0000" will display.
4. Press 2406 to access Address 2406. The existing data will display and the cursor will
DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE
2406 - - - D 2406 015 D
ZONES 1 8 ZONES 9 16
ZONE FEATURES ADDR Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8 ADDR Z9 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z13 Z14 Z15 Z16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Exit/Entry Follower 1218
6 7 8
1318
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
Decimal Format
No time yet entered
Address
2406
"Abort
Delay"
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
Decimal Format
Press 0 1 5 in order to set
"Abort Delay" to 15 seconds. The "D" on the
right indicates "Decimal" format.
ABORT ADDRESS 2406
DELAY
(sec.)
[Default = 000]
Address
2406
"Abort
Delay"
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advance to the data field.
5. Press 015. The numbers 015 will appear on the keypad display indicating the number of
seconds entered.
6. Press U to save. Address 2406 is now programmed with a 15-second Abort Delay.
7. Enter another 4-digit address to continue programming or press C to exit and resume normal keypad
operation.
C) Hexadecimal Format
Data such as Report Codes displays, accepts data by means of a Hexadecimal display. Data is entered directly, by
pressing keys 1 – 9, G0 for zero, and G 1 through G 5 for hex B through F (11-15), with the
cursor automatically moving to the right upon key press. See table below.
EXAMPLE: HEXADECIMAL Format with the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA: Program an Ambush CS Reporting Code to be
"1B".
DETERMINE THE DATA ENTRIES
Referring to CS REPORTING CODES in the Programming Worksheets that follow, Ambush is located at address
0900. In the "Keypad Reporting Codes" table, the data entries needed to assign a code of "1B" are "1"
and "G1".
ENTRY
TOTAL
PRESS
N KEYPAD
DISPLAYS
ENTRY
TOTAL
PRESS
N KEYPAD
DISPLAYS
blank 0 8 8 8
1 1 1 9 9 9
2 2 2 10 G 0 0
3 3 3 11 G 1 B
4 4 4 12 G 2 C
5 5 5 13 G 3 D
6 6 6 14 G 4 E
7 7 7 15 G 5 F
HEXADECIMAL ENTRIES
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
Hex Format
No data yet entered
DATA ENTRY LOCATION:
Hex Format
Press 1G1 in order to set
"Ambush" Reporting code to "1B". The "H"
on the right indicates "Hexadecimal" format.
Address
0900
"Ambush"
0900 - - H 0900 1 B H
Address
0900
"Ambush"
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
1 0900 B
0901
0902
0903
0904
ADDRESS
0900-0904
KEYPAD REPORTING
CODES
Ambush
Panic
Fire
Auxiliary
Tamper
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DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE
PROGRAM THE DATA ENTRIES
1. Enter the panel's Dealer Security Code, then press R.
2. Answer NO to all questions until ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N is displayed; then press YES. NOTE: If you pass “ACTIVATE
PROGRAM”, scroll backward using B.
3. Press C to enter the Address Program Mode. Address "0000" will display.
4. Press 0900 to access Address 0900. The existing data will display and the cursor will ad-
vance to the data field.
5. Since you wish the reporting code to be "1B", press 1 to enter a "1" in the display, and press
G1 to enter a "B" in the display. NOTE: The right address is reported first, therefore, in the ad-
dress table, the right digit is the 1st digit of the reporting code ("1" in this example).
6. Press U to save. Address 0900 is now programmed with an Ambush reporting code of "1B".
7. Press R and enter another 4-digit address to continue programming--or--press C to exit and resume
normal keypad operation.
PROGRAMMING CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL
The Keypad Programming Worksheets that follow are provided as an address-programming reference to help the in-
staller modify his custom default program or to make minor field alterations to an existing panel program. It is recom-
mended that the panel be uploaded to NAPCO's PCD-Windows software following any keypad programming and that
the PCD-Windows's error-check feature be utilized to reduce the possibility of programming omissions or conflicts.
3
Keep the Keypad Programming Worksheets on file for future reference.
General Programming Steps
1. Contact the central station to ascertain receiver format, data format, event codes, subscriber numbers and tele-
phone number(s).
2. Select the desired features by writing in (pencil recommended) the respective “address” boxes. Refer to the
Programming Options and Worksheets for guidance in selecting the “data” to be entered into those boxes.
3. Program the data entered in the boxes on the worksheets into the respective addresses. The display will show
the entry numerically, but if hexadecimal format will display “0” for the number 10, and letters “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, and
“F” for the numbers 11 through 15, respectively. To program a 10, press G 0. To program 11 through
15, press G 1 through G 5, respectively.
The displays will appear after a brief delay.
Use R to toggle the cursor between the 4-digit address field and the data entry locations.
Enter the address directly using the number buttons.
The contents of the address will be read automatically, along with the feature name and programming information.
The cursor will advance to the data field. Enter the required data directly using the number buttons.
IMPORTANT: Press U or D to save the contents of each address.
EXIT DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE: When done, press C to exit and resume normal keypad operation.
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SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 0000-0002, 2402, 2406, 2414 & 3902)
SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2407, 2408 & 4088)
SYSTEM DELAYS/TIMEOUTS
EXIT ADDRESS 0000
DELAY
(sec.)
[Default = 060]
ADDRESS 0001
[Default = 030]
ENTRY
DELAY 1
(sec.)
ADDRESS 0002
[Default = 030]
ENTRY
DELAY 2
(sec.)
ADDRESS 2402
[Default = 000]
Aux.
Output
Access
Control
Timeout
(sec.)
ADDRESS 2406
[Default = 000]
ABORT
DELAY
(sec.)
ADDRESS 2414
[Default = 000]
Telephone
Line Test
Delay
(x15 sec.)
ADDRESS 3902
[Default = 000]
CS Telco 3
Report
Delay
(sec.)
WARNING: Timers have uncertainty of +/-1 sec, so a "time" of 1 second may actually timeout IMMEDIATELY.
Select delay/timeout (0-255 seconds).
EXIT/ENTRY DELAYS: Apply only to zones programmed with the following options “Exit/Entry 1, Exit/Entry
2, Exit/Entry Follower”. For UL Installations, the maximum exit delay is 60 seconds and the maximum entry
delay is 45 seconds. NOTE: Sensor Watch Time Options are similar to above table, except in hours.
Press U or D to save.
1. Enter delay/timeout in corresponding address locations above.
Note: All entries for address 2407 are in quarter seconds (.25 seconds).
Therefore, the default of 008 results in a 2 second timeout.
2. Press U or D to save.
CHIME ADDRESS 2407
TIME
(¼sec.)
[Default = 008 x ¼ sec. = 2 sec.]
AC Fail ADDRESS 2408
Report Delay
(x10 min.)
[Default = 008]
ADDRESS 4088
[Default = 024]
Sensor Watch
Delay (Hr.)
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[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 0490-0492]
SYSTEM DELAYS & TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2400, 2401, 2403-2405, 4082 & 4083)
KEYPAD SYSTEM CODES (ADDRESS 0490-0495 & 0500-0502)
DEALER SECURITY CODE: Enter up to 6 digits to be used by the dealer to enter programming.
1. Enter in both left and right digits of address locations.
2. Valid entries are: 0-9.
Note: If left blank, the Master Security Code must then be used to enter programming.
AMBUSH CODE: Enter a 2-digit code used just prior to disarming and will activate an Ambush Condition, causing a SILENT report to
be sent to the central station.
1. Enter in both left and right digits of address locations.
2. Valid entries are: 0-9.
Note: Also, “Enable Keypad Ambush” (Address 2440-2446), “Report on Ambush Alarm” (Address 1125, 1127, 1135 & 1137) must be
enabled and “Ambush Reporting Code” (Address 0900) must be provided.
Panel Access
Code
ADDRESS 0490-0492
0490 0491
L R L R L R
0492
PANEL ACCESS CODE: Enter up to 6 digits to activate a door strike while the area is disarmed.
1. Enter in both left and right digits of address locations.
2. Valid entries are: 0-9.
Note: Also, “Access Control on Aux. Output” (Address 2418) and “Aux. Output Access Control Timeout” (Address 2402) must both
be enabled.
LEFT RIGHT
ADDRESS 0495
Ambush
Code
[Default = 99]
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 0500-0502]
Dealer Security
Code
ADDRESS 0500-0502
0500 0501
L R L R L R
0502
SYSTEM DELAYS/TIMEOUTS & KEYPAD CODES
ADDRESS 2400
[Default = 000]
Reset Output
Timeout
(min.)
1. Select delay/timeout (0-255 min.).
2. Enter in corresponding address locations above and right.
3. Press U or D to save.
OUTPUT TIMEOUTS: If a timeout of “0 min.” is selected, then the output will
remain active (ON) until the system is reset or disarmed. For UL Residential In-
stallations, the minimum timeout is 4 minutes. For UL Commercial Installations,
the minimum timeout is 15 minutes.
ADDRESS 2401
[Default = 000]
Aux. Output
Timeout
(min.)
ADDRESS 2403
[Default = 015]
Burg. Alarm
Output
Timeout
(min.)
ADDRESS 2404
[Default = 015]
Pulse Alarm
Output
Timeout
(min.)
ADDRESS 2405
[Default = 000]
Fire Output
Timeout
(min.)
ADDRESS 4082
[Default = 000]
V.1 or less = sec.
V.3 or greater = min.
Program for at least 5 minutes
in a CP-01 installation.*
Report
Cancel
Window
(min or sec.)
ADDRESS 4083
[Default = 000]
Auto Disarm
Rearm Delay
(min.)
*Address 4082: When "Enable CP-01 Features" is selected
in the Easy Program menu, this time is set to 7 minutes.
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ADDRESS 0525
CS Receiver 1
Format
ADDRESS 0550
CS Receiver 2
Format
Default for CS Receiver 1 Format depends on Easy Menu Question “RCVR FORMAT”. [Default = •(blank) E] for CS Receivers 1, 2 and 3 Formats.
CS RECEIVER FORMAT OPTIONS (ADDRESS 0520, 0521, 0525, 0526, 0550, 0551, 0575 & 0576)
CS RECEIVER FORMATS: Up to 3 CS Formats may be programmed.
1. Select the desired CS Receiver Format from the table shown.
2. Enter in the corresponding digit address locations for each CS
Receiver.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available.
Default for CS Receiver 1 Format depends on Easy Menu Question “RCVR
FORMAT”. [Default = •(blank) E] for CS Receivers 2 and 3 Formats.
CS RECEIVER FORMATS: Up to 3 CS Formats may be pro-
grammed.
1. Select the desired CS Receiver Format from the table shown.
2. Enter the corresponding digit in the address location for each CS
Receiver. NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not
available. Press [Enter] of [ON/OFF] to save.
NOTES:
* If both are selected, 1400Hz has priority over 2300Hz.
** For NAPCO NetLink™ installations only: For each telephone num-
ber desired, enable to allow the panel to report alarms via the NL-MOD
accessory. See WI1242 for more information.
LEADING DIGITS FOR PAGER FORMAT: In Pager Format reporting, the message typically begins with “00”. However, for some
pager services, this will cause the Pager's Voice Mail feature to activate. This option allows you to program these digits to any
number desired. Typical Pager report is “003 022 1234”, where 3 is the Event, 22 is the zone, and 1234 is the Subscriber ID
number. For example, if the Leading Digits are programmed as “98”, the Pager report will now appear as “983 022 1234”.
1. Enter in 1st and 2nd Leading Digits in right digit only (left digit is not used) as shown.
2. Valid entries are: 0-9. Press U or D to save
CS RECEIVER FORMAT OPTIONS
ADDRESS 0575
CS Receiver 3
Format
ADDRESS 0520
Leading Digits
for Pager
Format
(1st Digit)
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
ADDRESS 0521
Leading Digits
for Pager
Format
(2nd Digit)
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
0526 CS Receiver 1 Options 0551
Default Option Default Option
OFF 1 1400Hz Handshake/Kissoff * OFF 1 1400Hz Handshake/Kissoff *
OFF 2 2300Hz Handshake/Kissoff * OFF 2 2300Hz Handshake/Kissoff *
OFF 3 Enable Zone Number on Pulse Alarm OFF 3 Enable Zone Number on Pulse Alarm
OFF 4 Single Digit Only OFF 4 Single Digit Only
OFF 5 Sum Check OFF 5 Sum Check
OFF 6 3/1 with Extended Restores OFF 6 3/1 with Extended Restores
OFF 7 Report to TCP/IP Receiver or AES (Telco 1)** OFF 7 Report to TCP/IP Receiver or AES (Telco 2)**
OFF 8 RESERVED OFF 8 RESERVED
CS Receiver 2 Options
0576
Default Option
OFF 1 1400Hz Handshake/Kissoff *
OFF 2 2300Hz Handshake/Kissoff *
OFF 3 Enable Zone Number on Pulse Alarm
OFF 4 Single Digit Only
OFF 5 Sum Check
OFF 6 3/1 with Extended Restores
OFF 7 Report to TCP/IP Receiver or AES (Telco 3)**
OFF 8 RESERVED
CS Receiver 3 Options
DATA ENTRIES
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•) blank (•) Ademco Slow, Silent Knight Slow
blank (•) 1 Sescoa, Vertex, DCI, Franklin Fast
blank (•) 2 Radionics Fast
blank (•) 3 Silent Knight Fast
blank (•) 4 Radionics, DCI, Franklin Slow
blank (•) 5 Universal High Speed
blank (•) 8 Radionics BFSK
blank (•) 9 FBI 4/3/1
blank (•) 0 Radionics Modem 2
blank (•) B SIA
blank (•) C Ademco Point ID
blank (•) D Ademco Express
blank (•) E Pager
1 blank (•) Radionics Modem IIe
CS RECEIVER FORMATS
blank (•) F Disabled
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CS Receiver
1 Telephone
Number
(Digits 1-20)
ADDRESS 0527-0546 (DIGITS 1-20)
0527 0528 0529 0530 0531 0532 0533 0534 0535 0536 0537 0538 0539 0540 0541 0542 0543 0544 0545 0546
CS Receiver
2 Telephone
Number
(Digits 1-20)
ADDRESS 0552-0571 (DIGITS 1-20)
0552 0553 0554 0555 0556 0557 0558 0559 0560 0561 0562 0563 0564 0565 0566 0567 0568 0569 0570 0571
CS Receiver
3 Telephone
Number
(Digits 1-20)
ADDRESS 0577-0596 (DIGITS 1-20)
0577 0578 0579 0580 0581 0582 0583 0584 0585 0586 0587 0588 0589 0590 0591 0592 0593 0594 0595 0596
CS RECEIVER TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Enter telephone numbers for any of the three CS Receivers (Telco 1, 2 & 3).
1. Enter up to 20 digits from left to right. NOTE: Leave trailing boxes blank (•).
2. Valid entries are: 1-9, B = *button, C = #button, D = 3 sec. pause, E = Wait for dial tone, F = ignore location
Default for CS
Receiver 1
Telephone Number
depends on Easy
Menu Question
“CENTRAL PHONE
#”.
[Default = blank (•)]
across digits 1-20 for
CS Receiver
Telephone Numbers
2 and 3.
CS RECEIVER TELEPHONE NUMBERS (ADDRESS 0527-0546, 0552-0571, 0577-0596)
DOWNLOAD/CALLBACK OPTIONS (ADDRESS 4089, 0600-0619, 0625-0647, 1022 & 1023)
ANSWER ON RING NUMBER: Enter the number of rings before automatic pickup by the control panel
when downloading from a computer (see Glossary in WI817). Initial value of 000 becomes 15 rings.
1. Enter digits only.
2. Valid entries are: 003-015. NOTE: Default is 15 Rings. Press U or D to save.
CALLBACK TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Enter telephone numbers to be used when downloading from a computer.
1. Enter digits only.
2. Enter up to 20 digits from left to right. NOTE: Leave trailing boxes blank (•).
3. Valid entries are: 0-9, B = *button, C = #button, D = 3 sec. pause, E = Wait for dial tone, F = ignore location. Press U or D to save.
[Default = blank (•) for all digits 1-20]
ADDRESS 0600-0619 (DIGITS 1-20)
0600 0601 0602 0603 0604 0605 0606 0607 0608 0609 0610 0611 0612 0613 0614 0615 0616 0617 0618 0619
Callback
Telephone
Number 1
(Digits 1-20)
[Default = blank (•) for all digits 1-20]
ADDRESS 0625-0644 (DIGITS 1-20)
0625 0626 0627 0628 0629 0630 0631 0632 0633 0634 0635 0636 0637 0638 0639 0640 0641 0642 0643 0644
Callback
Telephone
Number 2
(Digits 1-20)
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
Download
Security Code
ADDRESS 0645-0647
0645 0646 0647
DOWNLOAD SECURITY CODE: Enter up to 6 digits to be used
for remote access when downloading from a computer.
1. Enter digits in address locations above.
2. Valid entries are: 0-9.
Note: Download Security Code must match the code entered in
the PCD-Windows Quickloader Download Software.
ADDRESS 1022
Callback
Telephone
No. Select
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
CALLBACK TELEPHONE NO. SELECT: Enter
either “1” for Callback Telephone Number 1 or
“2” for Callback Telephone Number 2.
1. Valid entries are: 1 or 2.
CS RECEIVER TELEPHONE NUMBERS & DOWNLOAD/CALLBACK OPTIONS
ADDRESS 1023
Auto Download
ID No.
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
Valid entries - 01-99
ADDRESS 4089
[Default = 015]
Answer on
Ring Number
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CS SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS (ADDRESS 0650-0787)
CS SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS (TELCO 1 & 2)
AREA 1
ADDRESS 0650-0653
(DIGITS 1-4)
0650 0651 0652 0653
CS TELCO 1 SUBSCRIBER OPENING/CLOSING ID NUMBERS
AREA 2
ADDRESS 0654-0657
(DIGITS 1-4)
0654 0655 0656 0657
AREA 1
ADDRESS 0682-0685
(DIGITS 1-4)
0682 0683 0684 0685
CS TELCO 1 SUBSCRIBER EVENT ID NUMBERS
AREA 2
ADDRESS 0686-0689
(DIGITS 1-4)
0686 0687 0688 0689
SYSTEM
ADDRESS 0714-0717
(DIGITS 1-4)
0714 0715 0716 0717
AREA 1
ADDRESS 0720-0723
(DIGITS 1-4)
0720 0721 0722 0723
CS TELCO 2 SUBSCRIBER OPENING/CLOSING ID NUMBERS (BACKUP REPORTING)
AREA 2
ADDRESS 0724-0727
(DIGITS 1-4)
0724 0725 0726 0727
AREA 1
ADDRESS 0752-0755
(DIGITS 1-4)
0752 0753 0754 0755
CS TELCO 2 SUBSCRIBER EVENT ID NUMBERS (BACKUP REPORTING)
AREA 2
ADDRESS 0756-0759
(DIGITS 1-4)
0756 0757 0758 0759
SYSTEM
ADDRESS 0784-0787
(DIGITS 1-4)
0784 0785 0786 0787
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CS REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 0859-0883)
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
blank (•) 0859
blank (•) 0860
blank (•) 0861
blank (•) 0862
ADDRESS
0859-0862
ALARM/TROUBLE
REPORTING CODES
Cancel
Alarm Restore
Trouble
Trouble Restore
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 0859-0883]
CS SYSTEM REPORTING CODES:
1. Enter in corresponding address loca-
tion (left and right digits).
NOTE: Left digit is the first digit and
right digit is the second digit in a two
digit CS receiver format.
2. Valid entries are: 1-9, 0 and B-F.
NOTE: A is not permitted.
3. To disable a code leave boxes blank
(•).
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box
shows option not available.
4. Press U or D to save.
Default for CS Telco 1 Subscriber Event ID Number (Area 1) depends on Easy Menu Question “ACCOUNT #”. [Default = blank (•) blank (•) blank (•)
blank (•)] for all other ID Numbers.
CS TELCO SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS: Enter the Subscriber Opening/Closing and Event ID Numbers for any of the 3 CS Receivers.
1. Enter 3 or 4 digits (depending on the CS receiver format) for each subscriber number from left to right.
NOTE: Leave trailing boxes blank (•).
2. Valid entries are: 1-9, 0 and B-F. NOTE: A is not permitted. Press [Enter] or ON/OFF] to save.
CS SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS (ADDRESS 0790-0857)
AREA 1
ADDRESS 0790-0793
(DIGITS 1-4)
0790 0791 0792 0793
CS TELCO 3 SUBSCRIBER OPENING/CLOSING ID NUMBERS
AREA 2
ADDRESS 0794-0797
(DIGITS 1-4)
0794 0795 0796 0797
AREA 1
ADDRESS 0822-0825
(DIGITS 1-4)
0822 0823 0824 0825
CS TELCO 3 SUBSCRIBER EVENT ID NUMBERS
AREA 2
ADDRESS 0826-0829
(DIGITS 1-4)
0826 0827 0828 0829
SYSTEM
ADDRESS 0854-0857
(DIGITS 1-4)
0854 0855 0856 0857
CS SUBSCRIBER ID NUMBERS (TELCO 3) & CS REPORTING CODES
OPENING/CLOSING
REPORTING CODES
ADDRESS 0864-0883
ADDR
Closing blank (•) 0864
Conditional Closing blank (•) 0865
Opening blank (•) 0866
Opening after Alarm blank (•) 0867
Fail to Open 0868
Fail to Close 0869
Telemetry Trouble 0882
Telemetry Fail 0883
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CS SYSTEM REPORTING CODES:
1. Enter in corresponding address location
(left and right digits).
NOTE: Left digit is the first digit and right
digit is the second digit in a two digit CS
receiver format.
2. Valid entries are: 1-9, 0 and B-F.
NOTE: A is not permitted.
3. To disable a code leave boxes blank (•).
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box
shows option not available.
4. Press U or D to save.
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
0870
0871
0872
0873
0874
0875
0876
0877
blank (•) 0878 blank (•)
blank (•) 0879 blank (•)
0880
ADDRESS
0870-0880
SYSTEM REPORTING
CODES
Test Timer
Alarm Supervisory
Bus Failure
Memory Failure
Low Battery
AC Failure
EZM Tamper
Sensor Watch
RESERVED
RESERVED
Telco Line Failure
CS REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 0870-0904)
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 0870-0904]
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
0890
0891
0892
0893
0894
0895
0896
0897
ADDRESS
0890-0897
SYSTEM REPORTING
CODES
Digital Dialer Test
RESERVED
RESERVED
Service Message
Program Change
RF Receiver Trouble
RF Tamper
RF Trouble
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
0900
0901
0902
0903
0904
ADDRESS
0900-0904
KEYPAD REPORTING
CODES
Ambush
Panic
Fire
Auxiliary
Tamper
CAUTION: For all 2-Digit Reporting Formats (see CS Receiver Format Options), use the following:
Example: The 2-digit reporting code as shown is “21”.
LEFT RIGHT
1 2
ADDRESS Loc.
Reporting
Code
2nd Digit of Reporting Code 1st Digit of Reporting Code
CS AREA & SYSTEM REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1024-1027)
* NOTE: If neither TouchTone Dialing nor
TouchTone w/Rotary Backup is selected, then
system defaults automatically to Rotary Dialing.
Leave blank (•) to select Rotary Dialing.
CS REPORTING CODES & CS REPORTING OPTIONS
1027
Default Option
OFF 1 Backup Report on Telco 2
OFF 2 Touch-tone Dialing Only *
ON 3 Touch-tone Dialing w/Rotary Backup *
OFF 4 Transmit “402” Opening/Closing Code
OFF 5 Cancel Next Test Timer on any Report
OFF 6 Disable Wait for Silence
OFF 7 Disable Wait for Handshake
OFF 8 Handshake for Local Telemetry
CS System Report Options CS AREA & SYSTEM REPORTING OPTIONS:
1. Select the desired option entering the
option number (1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in
address location.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows op-
tion not available.
3. Press U or D to save.
AREAS 1 2
CS Area Reporting Options ADDRESS A1 A2
1 2
DISABLE OPENING REPORTS 1024
DISABLE CLOSING REPORTS 1025
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ADDRESS 0910-0917
ZONES REPORT CODE (CONTROL PANEL)
ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 ZONE 5 ZONE 6 ZONE 7 ZONE 8
0910 0911 0912 0913 0914 0915 0916 0917
ADDRESS 0918-0921
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 1)
ZONE 9 ZONE 10 ZONE 11 ZONE 12
0918 0919 0920 0921
ADDRESS 0922-0925
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 2)
ZONE 13 ZONE 14 ZONE 15 ZONE 16
0922 0923 0924 0925
ADDRESS 0934-0937
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 5)
ZONE 25 ZONE 26 ZONE 27 ZONE 28
0934 0935 0936 0937
ADDRESS 0938-0941
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 6)
ZONE 29 ZONE 30 ZONE 31 ZONE 32
0938 0939 0940 0941
ADDRESS 0926-0929
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 3)
ZONE 17 ZONE 18 ZONE 19 ZONE 20
0926 0927 0928 0929
ADDRESS 0930-0933
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 4)
ZONE 21 ZONE 22 ZONE 23 ZONE 24
0930 0931 0932 0933
Default for Group Zone Report Codes depends on Easy Menu Question “RCVR. FORMAT”.
7 Gas Alarm
8 Heat Alarm
0 Auxiliary Alarm
B 24 Hour Auxiliary
1
2
3
4
DATA
ENTRIES MODEM CODE
Fire *
Panic
Burglary
Hold up
ZONE REPORT
CODE OPTIONS
DATA ENTRIES
NOTE: Zones 1-8 are included in the control panel and Zones 9-32 are EZM Zones.
Zones 33-48 are wireless. See Address 2555-2560 to enable “EZM Zone Groups”.
PULSE EVENT CODE will be the first digit of the 2 digit reporting code. The second digit will be the
second digit of the reporting zone. For example, for zone 9 (address 0918), if the right digit is “3",
then the reporting code is “39”. With another example, for zone 15 (address 0924), if the right digit is
“4", then the reporting code is “45”.
MODEM CODES determine the zone types reported for the following formats: SIA and ADEMCO Point ID.
1. Select the desired Modem Code for each zone from the table shown.
2. Press U or D to save.
CS ZONE REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 0910-0957)
ADDRESS 0950-0953
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 9)
ZONE 41 ZONE 42 ZONE 43 ZONE 44
0950 0951 0952 0953
ADDRESS 0954-0957
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 10)
ZONE 45 ZONE 46 ZONE 47 ZONE 48
0954 0955 0956 0957
ADDRESS 0942-0945
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 7)
ZONE 33 ZONE 34 ZONE 35 ZONE 36
0942 0943 0944 0945
ADDRESS 0946-0949
ZONES REPORT CODE (GROUP 8)
ZONE 37 ZONE 38 ZONE 39 ZONE 40
0946 0947 0948 0949
CS ZONE REPORTING CODES
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CS USER REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 1030-1074)
NOTE: These opening events will report as the user
number shown. Also, Keyfobs 1-8 (see Easy Menu
Program Driven Mode) will report as Users 25-32,
respectively.
CS USER REPORTING CODES
USERS 1 8 USERS 9 16
ADDR U1 U2 U3 U4 U5 U6 U7 U8 ADDR U9 U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15 U16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
User Opening Telco 1 1030 1031
User Closing Telco 1 1043 1044
User Opening Telco 3 1056 1057
User Closing Telco 3 1069 1070
Enable Users to Report
USERS 17 24 USERS 25 32
ADDR U17 U18 U19 U20
4 U21 U22 U23 U24 ADDR U25 U26 U27 U28 U29 U30 U31 U32
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
User Opening Telco 1 1032 1033
User Closing Telco 1 1045 1046
User Opening Telco 3 1058 1059
User Closing Telco 3 1071 1072
Enable Users to Report
USERS 33 40 USERS 41 48
ADDR U33 U34 U35 U36 U37 U38 U39 U40 ADDR U41 U42 U43 U44 U45 U46 U47 U48
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
User Opening Telco 1 1034 1035
User Closing Telco 1 1047 1048
User Opening Telco 3 1060 1061
User Closing Telco 3 1073 1074
Enable Users to Report
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GLOBAL SYSTEM EVENT/TROUBLE
SYSTEM RESPONSE
ACTIVATED BY GLOBAL
EVENT/TROUBLE
ADDR TEST
TIMER
ALARM
SUPERV.
COMM.
BUS 1
MEMORY
FAILURE
LOW
BATTERY AC FAIL EZM
TAMPER
SENSOR
WATCH
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Burglary Alarm Output 1082
Pulsed Burg. Output 1083
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1084
Reset Relay 1085
Auxiliary Relay 1086
Report Event Telco 1 1087
Report Restore Telco 1 1088
Report Event Telco 3 1091
Report Restore Telco 3 1092
1. Select the desired option entering the option number (1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address location.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available. Press U or D to save.
SYSTEM RESPONSE
ACTIVATED BY GLOBAL
EVENT/TROUBLE
GLOBAL SYSTEM EVENT/TROUBLE
ADDR TELCO
FAIL RSRVD. Telemetry
Trouble
Telemetry
Failure RSRVD. RSRVD. RSRVD. RSRVD.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Burglary Alarm Output 1094
Pulsed Burg. Output 1095
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1096
Reset Relay 1097
Auxiliary Relay 1098
Report Event Telco 1 1099
[Default = blank (•) from address 1094-1104] * NOTE: Keypad Aux. is not to be selected for UL Installations.
Report Restore Telco 1 1100
Report Event Telco 3 1103
Report Restore Telco 3 1104
SYSTEM RESPONSE
ACTIVATED BY GLOBAL
EVENT/TROUBLE
GLOBAL SYSTEM EVENT/TROUBLE
ADDR Digital
Dialer Test RSRVD. RSRVD. SERVICE
MESSAGE
PROGRAM
CHANGE
RF RCVR.
TROUBLE
RF
TAMPER
RF
TROUBLE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Burglary Alarm Output 1106
Pulsed Burg. Output 1107
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1108
Reset Relay 1109
Auxiliary Relay 1110
Report Event Telco 1 1111
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 1106-1116] * NOTE: Keypad Aux. is not to be selected for UL Installations.
Report Restore Telco 1 1112
Report Event Telco 3 1115
Report Restore Telco 3 1116
[Default = blank (•) from address 1082-1092].
GLOBAL SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1082-1116)
GLOBAL SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS
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AREA SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS
AREA SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1120-1137)
1. Select the desired option entering the option number (1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address location.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available.
3. Press U or D to save.
SYSTEM RESPONSE
ACTIVATED BY AREA 1
EVENT/TROUBLE
AREA 1 SYSTEM EVENT/TROUBLE
ADDR AMBUSH KEYPAD
PANIC
KEYPAD
FIRE
KEYPAD
AUX.
KEYPAD
TAMPER
FAIL TO
OPEN
FAIL TO
CLOSE RSRVD.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Pulsed Burg. Output 1120 Default ON
Burglary Output 1121 Default ON Default ON
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1122
Reset Relay 1123
Auxiliary Relay 1124
Report Alarm Telco 1 1125
Report Alarm Telco 3 1127
Defaults as noted from address 1120-1127]
SYSTEM RESPONSE
ACTIVATED BY AREA 2
EVENT/TROUBLE
AREA 2 SYSTEM EVENT/TROUBLE
ADDR AMBUSH KEYPAD
PANIC
KEYPAD
FIRE
KEYPAD
AUX.
KEYPAD
TAMPER
FAIL TO
OPEN
FAIL TO
CLOSE RSRVD.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Pulsed Burg. Output 1130 Default ON
Burglary Output 1131 Default ON Default ON
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1132
Reset Relay 1133
Auxiliary Relay 1134
Report Alarm Telco 1 1135 Default ON Default ON Default ON
Report Alarm Telco 3 1137
[Defaults as noted from address 1130-1137]
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ZONES 1 8 ZONES 9 16
ZONE OPTIONS ADDR Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8 ADDR Z9 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z13 Z14 Z15 Z16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
50ms Loop Response (A) 1200
20ms Loop Response (A) 1201
Priority 1202 1302
Priority with Bypass 1203 1303
Auto-Bypass 1204 1304
Selective Bypass 1205 1305
Keyswitch Arming 1206 1306
Auto-Bypass Re-entry 1207 1307
Pre-Alarm Warning 1208 1308
Never Arm 1209 1309
24-Hour Zone 1210 1310
Burg. Alarm Output 1211 1311
Pulsed Alarm Output 1212 1312
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1213 1313
Reset Relay 1214 1314
Auxiliary Relay 1215 1315
Entry/Exit 1 1216 1316
Entry/Exit 2 1217 1317
Exit/Entry Follower 1218 1318
Auto Reset 1219 1319
Swinger Shutdown 1220 1320
Chime 1221 1321
Abort Delay 1222 1322
Power-up Delay 1223 1323
Day Zone Open 1224 1324
Day Zone Short 1225 1325
Alarm on Day Zone 1226 1326
RPT Alarm Tel 1 1227 1327
RPT Alarm Restore Tel 1 1228 1328
RPT Trouble Tel 1 1229 1329
RPT Trouble Restore Tel 1 1230 1330
RPT Alarm Tel 3 1235 1335
RPT Alarm Restore Tel 3 1236 1336
RPT Trouble Tel 3 1237 1337
RPT Trouble Restore Tel 3 1238 1338
No EOL Resistor 1239 1339
Sensor Watch 1240 1340
Trouble on Open 1241 1341
Trouble on Short 1242 1342
Trouble on Night Open 1243 1343
Zone Area 1 1244 1344
Zone Area 2 1245 1345
2-Wire Smoke Detectors (B) 1252
RESERVED 1253 1353
Zone ANDing Group 1 1254 1354
Zone ANDing Group 2 1255 1355
Interior #1 Bypass 1262 1362
Interior #2 Bypass 1263 1363
Keypad Sounder on Alarm 1264 1364
Fire (C) 1275 1375
Fire Alarm Verification (C) 1276 1376
Interior (STAY) Bypass 1284 1384
Chime 2 1286 1386
When the Easy Program Menu is used, these features are enabled by default (for new panels or after a Cold Start (address 4093)). Zone Area 1
is enabled for the first 8 zones only, by default
Do not program if "K Series" keypads (with "P" and "Q" buttons) are used in the system.
Disable Auto-Reset on non-fire zones for SIA CP-01 installations.
In UL installations, all Fire Zones must also be programmed for "Pulse Burg Output Cadence" (Address 2422, press 1 (bit zero)).
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 1-16 (ADDRESS 1200-1386)
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 1-16
See Zone Options on Page 33.
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ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 17-32 (ADDRESS 1402-1586)
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 17-32
ZONES 17 24 ZONES 25 32
ZONE OPTIONS ADDR Z17 Z18 Z19 Z20 Z21 Z22 Z23 Z24 ADDR Z25 Z26 Z27 Z28 Z29 Z30 Z31 Z32
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Priority 1402 1502
Priority with Bypass 1403 1503
Auto-Bypass 1404 1504
Selective Bypass 1405 1505
Keyswitch Arming 1406 1506
Auto-Bypass Re-entry 1407 1507
Pre-Alarm Warning 1408 1508
Never Arm 1409 1509
24-Hour Zone 1410 1510
Burg. Alarm Output 1411 1511
Pulsed Alarm Output 1412 1512
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1413 1513
Reset Relay 1414 1514
Auxiliary Relay 1415 1515
Entry/Exit 1 1416 1516
Entry/Exit 2 1417 1517
Exit/Entry Follower 1418 1518
Auto Reset 1419 1519
Swinger Shutdown 1420 1520
Chime 1421 1521
Abort Delay 1422 1522
Power-up Delay 1423 1523
Day Zone Open 1424 1524
Day Zone Short 1425 1525
Alarm on Day Zone 1426 1526
RPT Alarm Tel 1 1427 1527
RPT Alarm Restore Tel 1 1428 1528
RPT Trouble Tel 1 1429 1529
RPT Trouble Restore Tel 1 1430 1530
RPT Alarm Tel 3 1435 1535
RPT Alarm Restore Tel 3 1436 1536
RPT Trouble Tel 3 1437 1537
RPT Trouble Restore Tel 3 1438 1538
No EOL Resistor 1439 1539
Sensor Watch 1440 1540
Trouble on Open 1441 1541
Trouble on Short 1442 1542
Trouble on Night Open 1443 1543
Zone Area 1 1444 1544
Zone Area 2 1445 1545
RESERVED 1453 1553
Zone ANDing Group 1 1454 1554
Zone ANDing Group 2 1455 1555
Interior #1 Bypass 1462 1562
Interior #2 Bypass 1463 1563
Keypad Sounder on Alarm 1464 1564
Fire (C) 1475 1575
Fire Alarm Verification (C) 1476 1576
Interior (STAY) Bypass 1484 1584
Chime 2 1486 1586
When the Easy Program Menu is used, these features are enabled by default (for new panels or after a Cold Start (address 4093)).
Do not program if "K Series" keypads (with "P" and "Q" buttons) are used in the system.
Disable Auto-Reset on non-fire zones for SIA CP-01 installations.
In UL installations, all Fire Zones must also be programmed for "Pulse Burg Output Cadence" (Address 2422, press 1 (bit zero)).
See Zone Options on Page 33.
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ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 33-48 (ADDRESS 1602-1786)
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 33-48
ZONES 33 40 ZONES 41 48
ZONE OPTIONS ADDR Z33 Z34 Z35 Z36 Z37 Z38 Z39 Z40 ADDR Z41 Z42 Z43 Z44 Z45 Z46 Z47 Z48
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Priority 1602 1702
Priority with Bypass 1603 1703
Auto-Bypass 1604 1704
Selective Bypass 1605 1705
Keyswitch Arming 1606 1706
Auto-Bypass Re-entry 1607 1707
Pre-Alarm Warning 1608 1708
Never Arm 1609 1709
24-Hour Zone 1610 1710
Burg. Alarm Output 1611 1711
Pulsed Alarm Output 1612 1712
Fire Output (Lug E9) 1613 1713
Reset Relay 1614 1714
Auxiliary Relay 1615 1715
Entry/Exit 1 1616 1716
Entry/Exit 2 1617 1717
Exit/Entry Follower 1618 1718
Auto Reset 1619 1719
Swinger Shutdown 1620 1720
Chime 1621 1721
Abort Delay 1622 1722
Power-up Delay 1623 1723
Day Zone Open 1624 1724
Day Zone Short 1625 1725
Alarm on Day Zone 1626 1726
RPT Alarm Tel 1 1627 1727
RPT Alarm Restore Tel 1 1628 1728
RPT Trouble Tel 1 1629 1729
RPT Trouble Restore Tel 1 1630 1730
RPT Alarm Tel 3 1635 1735
RPT Alarm Restore Tel 3 1636 1736
RPT Trouble Tel 3 1637 1737
RPT Trouble Restore Tel 3 1638 1738
No EOL Resistor 1639 1739
Sensor Watch 1640 1740
Trouble on Open 1641 1741
Trouble on Short 1642 1742
Trouble on Night Open 1643 1743
Zone Area 1 1644 1744
Zone Area 2 1645 1745
RESERVED 1653 1753
Zone ANDing Group 1 1654 1754
Zone ANDing Group 2 1655 1755
Interior #1 Bypass 1662 1762
Interior #2 Bypass 1663 1763
Keypad Sounder on Alarm 1664 1764
Fire (C) 1675 1775
Fire Alarm Verification (C) 1676 1776
Interior (STAY) Bypass 1684 1784
Chime 2 1686 1786
When the Easy Program Menu is used, these features are enabled by default (for new panels or after a Cold Start (address 4093)).
Do not program if "K Series" keypads (with "P" and "Q" buttons) are used in the system.
Disable Auto-Reset on non-fire zones for SIA CP-01 installations.
In UL installations, all Fire Zones must also be programmed for "Pulse Burg Output Cadence" (Address 2422, press 1 (bit zero)).
See Zone Options on Page 33.
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NOTES: (A) 50ms & 20 ms Loop Response only available for zones 1-8.
(B) 2-wire Smoke Detectors only available for zones 1-8. Refer to Installation Instructions (WI817) for more details. If 2-wire Smoke
Detector is selected, then Fire must also be selected.
(C) If Fire Alarm Verification is selected, then Fire must also be selected.
DEFAULTS: The zone options indicated are automatically set after exiting the Easy Menu Driven Mode.
Priority, Selective Bypass, Alarm Output, Auto Reset, Swinger Shutdown , Zone Area 1 and Zone Area 2 are enabled for the total number
of zones entered in “AREA 1 # ZONES = 08” and “AREA 2 # ZONES = 00”.
Alarm Telco 1 is enabled for the zones if [YES] is entered for “REPORT ALL ZONES TO CENTRAL ZONES? Y/N”.
Entry/Exit 1 and Chime are enabled for zone numbers entered in “EXIT / ENTRY ZONES”.
Exit/Entry Follower and Interior Bypass are enabled for zone numbers entered in “INTERIOR ZONES”.
Fire, Pulse Alarm Output and Fire Verification is enabled for the zone numbers entered in “FIRE ZONES”.
2-Wire Smoke Detector is enabled for zone numbers entered in “2 WIRE FIRE ZONES”.
Note: See “Number of Zones
& Keypads per Area” in Easy
Menu Driven program Mode.
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 1-48 (ADDRESS 1200-1786)
ZONE OPTIONS / ZONES 1-48
ZONE OPTIONS: Select zone options for any zone.
1. Select the desired zone option by entering the option number (1-8) for each selected zone.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address location, in Binary (Bit) Format.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available. Press U or D to save
NOTE: See Direct Address Programming Example on page 15.
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SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2415-2419)
SYSTEM OPTIONS
2417 System Options 2418 System Options
Default Option Default Option
OFF 1 Opening Report only after Alarm Report OFF 1 Auto Bell Test on Arming
OFF 2 Closing Report only on Cond. Closing (Auto-Byp.) ON 2 Auto Reset after Burg. Output Timeout
OFF 3 Include Sel./Grp. Bypass in Cond. Closing Status OFF 3 Suppress “Bypass” Icon when Armed
OFF 4 Status Report (Auto-Byp. Zones on Clos.) OFF 4 RESERVED
OFF 5 RESERVED OFF 5 Access Control (Panel) on Aux. Output
OFF 6 Lug E4 Armed Away Only OFF 6 Enable Burg. Output Warning on Entry
OFF 7 Disable Auto-Unbypass on Disarming OFF 7 Enable Manager’s Mode Outside Overview
OFF 8 Enable All-Zone-in-Trouble Bypass OFF 8 Start Exit Delay after Ringback
2419 System Options
Default Option
OFF 1 Interior 1 Normally Bypassed*
OFF 2 Enable Exit-Delay Restart
OFF 3 Reset Day Zone with Arm/Disarm Only
OFF 4 Enable Local Alarm on First Zone “AND” Trip
OFF 5 Disable Keypad Function-Mode Download
OFF 6 Disable Callback Download
OFF 7 Disable Answering-Machine Download
OFF 8 Disable Auto-Reset on Day Zone
*Do not use on systems with "K Series " keypads.
SYSTEM OPTIONS:
1. Select the desired option entering the option
number (1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address
location.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not
available. Press U or D to save.
2415 System Options - Disable Fire Reset 2416 System Options - Enable Day Zone Watch
Default Option Default Option
OFF 1 Disable Fire Reset (Area 1) OFF 1 Enable Day Zone Watch (Area 1)
OFF 2 Disable Fire Reset (Area 2) OFF 2 Enable Day Zone Watch (Area 2)
OFF 3 RESERVED OFF 3 RESERVED
OFF 4 RESERVED OFF 4 RESERVED
OFF 5 RESERVED OFF 5 RESERVED
OFF 6 RESERVED OFF 6 RESERVED
OFF 7 RESERVED OFF 7 RESERVED
OFF 8 RESERVED OFF 8 RESERVED
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SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2420-2422, 3874, 3905, 3880-3881)
SYSTEM OPTIONS
3905 System Options
Default Option
OFF 1 RESERVED
OFF 2 Enable Exit Delay Restart (SIA-FAR)**
OFF 3 Enable Bell on Exit Error**
OFF 4 Enable Report Exit Err/Recent Close**
OFF 5 Digital Dialer Rpt Enter/Exit Test Mode**
OFF 6 Enable CP-01 Limits**
OFF 7 Disable Call Waiting on First Attempt
OFF 8 Enable Ambush in User Assignment Code Type
** Default for this addresses contingent on EZ Menu selections.
2420 System Options 2421 System Options
Default Option Default Option
OFF 1 Disable System Trouble Audible (at Keypad) OFF 1 Automatic Interior Bypass/Easy Exit
OFF 2 Chime on Lug E4 OFF 2 Veri-phone Zones trip Aux. Output
OFF 3 Disable Code required for Func. Mode Lvl. 1 OFF 3 Veri-phone Zones Priority over Alarms
OFF 4 Disable Code required for EZ Bypass OFF 4 AuxOut Chirp on Keyfob Arm/Disarm**
OFF 5 Disable Keypad Instant Button OFF 5 Disable Auxout Clear on Disarm
OFF 6 Enable Telephone Line-Fault Test OFF 6 2nd Call Answering Machine Override
OFF 7 Disable AC Fail Detection OFF 7 Disable Zone Fault Scrolling (Auto Status)
OFF 8 Telco Fail only when Armed OFF 8 Veri-phone Zones trip Fire Output
† NOTE: Not for UL Installations.
** Default for this address contingent on EZ Menu selections.
2422 System Options 3874 System Options
Default Option Default Option
ON 1 Pulse Burg Output Cadence§ OFF 1 Enable GEM-PRINT
OFF 2 Wireless Smoke Low Battery Resound OFF 2 Enable Cancel Report to Telco 3
OFF 3 Supervised Alarm Output OFF 3 Wireless Trouble to Telco 1
OFF 4 Enable Smoke Detector Dirty Trouble OFF 4 Wireless Trouble to Telco 3
OFF 5 Disable Area Entry Relays OFF 5 Enable Set Time/Date Message
OFF 6 Disable Exit/Entry Urgency Tone at Keypad OFF 6 RESERVED
OFF 7 Select Bell Output on Keyfob Arming ON 7 Enable Keypad Time/Date Display
OFF 8 Enable Burg. Output on Telco Fail only when Armed 8 RESERVED
SYSTEM OPTIONS:
1. Select the desired option entering the option
number (1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address
location.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not
available. Press U or D to save.
ALARM/TROUBLE
REPORTING CODES
ADDRESS 3880-3881
Wireless Supervisory 3880
Wireless Tamper 3881
[Default = blank (•) from address 3880-3881]
ALARM/TROUBLE REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 3880-3881)
ALARM/TROUBLE REPORTING CODES:
1. Enter in corresponding address location (left and right digits).
NOTE: Left digit is the first digit and right digit is the second digit in a two digit CS receiver
format.
2. Valid entries are: 1-9, 0 and B-F.
NOTE: A is not permitted.
3. To disable a code leave boxes blank (•).
4. Press U or D to save.
§In Zone Options, Fire Zones, and only Fire Zones,
must be programmed for pulse alarm output.
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[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT DIGIT (SUM
OF DATA VALUES)
RIGHT DIGIT (SUM
OF DATA VALUES)
blank (•)
ADDRESS 4084
LEFT DATA
VALUES
1
2
4
8
SYSTEM OPTIONS
RESERVED
RESERVED
RESERVED
Skip Automatic
Dial Tone Detect
Note: Right digit is RESERVED
(not used). Enter data in left
digit only.
SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 3882-3901, 3903-3905 & 4084)
Telephone Dialing
Prefix (Digits 1-20)
ADDRESS 3882-3901 (RIGHT DIGITS 1-20)
3882 3883 3884 3885 3886 3887 3888 3889 3890 3891 3892 3893 3894 3895 3896 3897 3898 3899 3900 3901
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
ADDRESS 3903
Pager Recalls
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
ADDRESS 3904
Pager Format:
Maximum Pages
per Session
SYSTEM OPTIONS
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RIGHT
blank (•)
1
2
OPTION
Not Used
Area 1
Area 2
KEYPAD AREA
ASSIGNMENT
KEYPAD OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2425-2446)
KEYPAD OPTIONS
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 2428
Keypad 4 Type
& Area
Assignment
[Default = blank (•) 1]
LEFT RIGHT
ADDRESS 2425
Keypad 1 Type
& Area
Assignment
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 2426
Keypad 2 Type
& Area
Assignment
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 2427
Keypad 3 Type
& Area
Assignment
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 2429
Keypad 5 Type
& Area
Assignment
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 2430
Keypad 6 Type
& Area
Assignment
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 2431
Keypad 7 Type
& Area
Assignment
KEYPAD TYPE & AREA ASSIGNMENT: Up to 7 keypads may be programmed, if they
are connected.
NOTE: See Keypad Configuration Mode. By default from the factory, each keypad is
configured as number 1.
1. Select keypad type & area assignment for each keypad from the tables shown.
2. Enter in corresponding right and left digit address locations above.
LEFT OPTION
blank
(•)
Burg Keypad
2 Wizard Keypad
KEYPAD TYPE
KEYPAD NUMBER
KEYPAD OPTIONS
ADDR KEYPAD
FIRE
KEYPAD
AUXILIARY
KEYPAD
PANIC
Rem. Acc.
Only * AMBUSH EASY
ARMING
PANEL
ACCESS
TOUR
STATION
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2440 default ON default ON default ON default ON
2 2441 default ON default ON default ON default ON
3 2442 default ON default ON default ON default ON
4 2443 default ON default ON default ON default ON
5 2444 default ON default ON default ON default ON
6 2445 default ON default ON default ON default ON
7 2446 default ON default ON default ON default ON
[Defaults as noted for address 2440-2446]
KEYPAD OPTIONS: Select options for any of the 7 keypads.
* Note: For Remote Access Control only (no Arm/Disarm capability).
1. Select the desired option entering the option number (1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address location.
3. Press U or D to save.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available.
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ACM OPTIONS
ACM ZONE OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2740-2769)
ACM GLOBAL FLAGS (ADDRESS 2780)
ACM TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2782-2783)
ACM ZONE OPTIONS:
Enter the Zone numbers (in decimal 1-48 format) for each option in the table below. Press U or D to save.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available. Note: The Area # for Door 1 is controlled by the ex-
isting Keypad Programming table (Address 2425 to 2431). The assigned area for Door #2 for each ACM must be en-
tered in the table below (addresses 2748 and 2758) and must not be left blank if Door 2 is to be used.
ACM1 Zone Options Door 1 ADDR Door 2
Door Contact 2740
2745
Forced Entry Zone 2741 2746
Door Ajar Zone 2742 2747
ADDR
Area # for Door 2 2748
Reserved 2743 2749
Reserved 2744
ACM2 Zone Options Door 1 ADDR Door 2
Door Contact 2750
2755
Forced Entry Zone 2751 2756
Door Ajar Zone 2752 2757
ADDR
Area # for Door 2 2758
Reserved 2753 2759
Reserved 2754
2780 ACM Global Flags
Default Option
OFF 1 Enable Two-Swipe Arming
OFF 2 Enable NAPCO Proprietary Access Format
OFF 3 Enable Facility Code
OFF 4 Enable Access Logging into Burg Log
OFF 5 Enable Printing of Access Events
OFF 6 Enable Card Presentation Beep and Green LED Flash
OFF 7 RESERVED
OFF 8 RESERVED
ACM GLOBAL FLAGS:
1. Select the desired option entering the option number
(1-8) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address loca-
tion.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not
available. Press U or D to save.
ADDRESS 2782
[Default = 030 = 3 seconds.]
Maximum
Two-Swipe
Arm Time
(x100ms)
ADDRESS 2783
[Default = 005 = 5 sec.]
Unlock Time
(sec.)
Enable ACM Access (address 2423) must be enabled.
Address 2782 determines the maximum time allowed for the double swipe (x100ms). Address 2783 determines the door unlock
time, in seconds, after a successful entry.
1. Select timeout (1-255).
2. Enter in corresponding address locations above and right. Press U or D to save.
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ACM OPTIONS
ACM DOOR AREA OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2784-2787)
ACM SCHEDULED FREE ACCESS (ADDRESS 4072-4075)
ACM Door Number ADDR
ACM DOOR AREA OPTIONS
Arm All
Areas
Allowed
Disarm All
Areas
Allowed
Stealth
Mode RSRVD. RSRVD. RSRVD. RSRVD. RSRVD.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ACM 1 - Door 1 2784
ACM 1 - Door 2 2785
ACM 2 - Door 1 2786
ACM 2 - Door 2 2787
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 2784-2787]
ACM DOOR AREA OPTIONS:
1. Select the desired option entering the option number (1-3) for each address.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address location.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available. Press U or D to save.
ACM SCHEDULED FREE ACCESS:
1. Enter the Scheduled Free Access Index (1-24)
(Relay #1-24) for each option in the table at right.
2. Press U or D to save.
Scheduled Free Access Index
ADDR Relay Number
ACM 1 – Door 1 – 4072
ACM 1 – Door 2 – 4073
ACM 2 – Door 1 – 4074
ACM 2 – Door 2 – 4075
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 4072-4075]
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ACM OPTIONS
ACM ZONE OPTIONS:
Enter the Zone numbers (in two-digit hexadecimal format) for each option in the table below.
The left digit (nibble) determines the type of device: "" for Keypad and "1" for ACM.
The right digit (nibble) determines the home area (1 or 2) of the specified device.
Press U or D to save.
KEYPAD HOME AREA / ACM DOOR #1 AREA (HEX)
(ADDRESS 2425-2431)
KEYPAD HOME AREA / ACM DOOR #1 AREA (HEX)
(ADDRESS 2425-2431)
ACM / Keypad ADDRESS DEVICE TYPE
() or 1 AREA # (1 or 2)
1 2425 See *Note at bottom
2 2426
3 2427
4 2428
5 2429
6 2430
7 2431
[Default = blank (•) 1 for address 2425
blank (•) blank (•) for addresses 2426-2431]
* Note: First device should be a keypad.
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SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2423)
SYSTEM OPTION:
1. Select the System Option from the table shown and enter in the corresponding address location at right. Keypad Blank-
ing will clear all data from the LCD display (and turn off all keypad LED's) after the system is armed and delay time has ex-
pired. The display will re-appear when an exit/entry door is faulted, causing an entry time delay display, or if a valid user code
is entered at the keypad while the system is armed.
2. Press U or D to save. NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available.
ADDRESS 2423
SYSTEM OPTIONS
DATA ENTRIES
RIGHT
OPTION
1 Enable ACM Access
2 RESERVED
3 Enable TCP/IP Communications
4 TCP/IP Panel/Site Initiated Functions
5 RESERVED
6 RESERVED
7 RESERVED
8 Enable Keypad Blanking
EMERGENCY FREE ACCESS (ADDRESS 4080)
ENABLE ACM OPTION:
1. Select the Emergency Free Access
Zone Number (001-048) and enter corre-
sponding address location at right.
2. Pres s U or D to save.
ADDRESS 4080
[Default = 000]
Emergency
Free Access
Zone Number
ACM OPTIONS
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[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 2471-2502
Default = blank (•) 1 from address 2455-2462
Default = blank (•) 2 from address 2463-2470]
USER AREA OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2455-2502)
USER AREA OPTIONS
USER NUMBER
AREAS 1 2
A1 A2
1 2
1 2455 ON
2 2456 ON
3 2457 ON
4 2458 ON
5 2459 ON
6 2460 ON
7 2461 ON
8 2462 ON
9 2463 ON
10 2464 ON
11 2465 ON
12 2466 ON
13 2467 ON
14 2468 ON
15 2469 ON
16 2470 ON
17 2471
18 2472
19 2473
20 2474
21 2475
22 2476
23 2477
24 2478
25 2479
26 2480
27 2481
28 2482
29 2483
30 2484
31 2485
32 2486
33 2487
34 2488
35 2489
36 2490
37 2491
38 2492
39 2493
40 2494
41 2495
42 2496
43 2497
44 2498
45 2499
46 2500
47 2501
48 2502
ADDR
USER AREA OPTIONS:
1. Each address corresponds to a specific User, numbered 1-48. For each User, select the desired Area by marking the
desired Area number (1 or 2) in the above table.
2. Enter the corresponding Area number in each the address location, in Binary (Bit) Format.
3. Pres s U or D to save.
NOTE: See Direct Address Programming Example on page 15.
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EZM GROUP OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2555-2576)
Default depends on Easy Menu questions:
"# OF ZNS IN AREA1"
and
"# OF ZNS IN AREA2"
For example, If 32 zones are used, then all 6 groups will be automatically enabled.
If only 8 zones are used, then groups 1-6 will be automatically disabled.
ADDRESS 2555
EZM Group 1
ZONES 9-12
ADDRESS 2556
EZM Group 2
ZONES 13-16
ADDRESS 2557
EZM Group 3
ZONES 17-20
ADDRESS 2558
EZM Group 4
ZONES 21-24
ADDRESS 2559
EZM Group 5
ZONES 25-28
ADDRESS 2560
EZM Group 6
ZONES 29-32
NOTE: Zones 1-8 are included in the control panel and Zones 9-32 (Groups 1-6) are EZM Zones (either Wireless or
Hardwired). Zones 33-48 are wireless only.
EZM TYPE
DATA
ENTRIES
RIGHT
OPTION
blank (•) Not used (No
EZM present)
1 4-Zone EZM
EZM GROUP OPTIONS: Up to 6 Groups of 4 Zones each may be programmed depending on the
number of zones used and which EZM modules are connected. Each group represents 4 zones.
1. Select EZM type from the table shown.
2. Enter either blank (•) or "1" in corresponding address locations above.
3. Press U or D to save
EZM PGM ARMED TERMINAL CONTROL: For each zone group select the area(s) which, when armed, will activate the PGM Lug
on the corresponding EZM modules. Each zone group corresponds to 4 zones. If 8-Zone EZMs are used, each one is treated as
TWO zone groups. NOTE: Lug goes ACTIVE (low) when EITHER selected area is armed. When activated, the PGM Lug goes
negative (to ground).
1. Select the desired group number.
2. Enter the corresponding Area number in each the address location, in Binary (Bit) Format. NOTE: See Direct Address
Programming Example on page 15.
3. Press U or D to save.
EZM GROUP OPTIONS
GROUP
NUMBER
EZM PGM TERMINAL CONTROL
ADDR A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2577
2 2578
3 2579
4 2580
5 2581
6 2582
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 2577-2582]
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AREA ARMING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2650-2651)
PRIORITY AREA ARMING:
1. Select the desired arming area.
2. Enter the corresponding Area number in each the address location, in Binary (Bit) Format. NOTE: See Direct Address
Programming Example on page 15.
3. Press U or D to save.
NOTE: Dark shaded data value box shows option not available.
REMOTE ACCESS LOGGING (ADDRESS 3184)
REMOTE ACCESS LOGGING: Enable logging of every keypad access event.
1. Select the desired option entering the option number (1-7) for each digit.
2. Enter corresponding option number in address location.
3. Press U or D to save.
AREA ARMING OPTIONS & REMOTE ACCESS LOGGING
3184 System Options - Enable Keypad
Default Option
OFF 1 Enable Keypad 1
OFF 2 Enable Keypad 2
OFF 3 Enable Keypad 3
OFF 4 Enable Keypad 4
OFF 5 Enable Keypad 5
OFF 6 Enable Keypad 6
OFF 7 Enable Keypad 7
OFF 8 Enable Keypad 8
ARMING AREA
PRIORITY AREA
ARMING
A1 A2
1 2
1 2650
2 2651
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 2650-2651]
ADDRESS
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AREA OUTPUT CONTROL OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2700-2739)
AREA OUTPUT TURNS OFF UPON DISARM: Select options for any of the 5 Outputs per area when disarming a particular area.
1. Select the desired option.
2. Enter the corresponding Area number in each the address location, in Binary (Bit) Format. NOTE: See Direct Address
Programming Example on page 15.
3. Press U or D to save.
AREA OUTPUT CONTROL
OUTPUT SILENCED (TURNED OFF)
DISARMING AREA
1 TURNS OFF
AREA OUTPUT
ADDR A1 A2
1 2
Burglary Output 2700 ON ON
Pulsed Burg. Output 2708 ON ON
Fire Output 2716
Reset Relay 2724
Auxiliary Relay 2732
[Default = Noted above with "ON"]
OUTPUT SILENCED (TURNED OFF)
DISARMING AREA
2 TURNS OFF
ADDR A1 A2
1 2
Burglary Output 2701 ON ON
Pulsed Burg. Output 2709 ON ON
Fire Output 2717
Reset Relay 2725
Auxiliary Relay 2733
[Default = Noted above with "ON"]
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RF RECEIVERS & SUPERVISORY TIMER OPTIONS (ADDRESS 3776 & 3760-3775)
RF RECEIVERS: Up to 2 RF Receivers may be programmed. NOTE: This
adds wireless capability to the system, increasing up to 48 the number of zones.
1. Select the number of receivers (1-2).
2. Enter the corresponding decimal number (1-2) into the right-most loca-
tion. Press U or D to save.
RF RECEIVERS & SUPERVISORY TIMER OPTIONS
DATA
ENTRIES
RF
RECEIVER(S)
0 None
1 1
2 2
Default Number of Receivers = 0
Number of RF
Receivers 0 0
ADDRESS 3776
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•) blank (•)
blank (•) 1
blank (•) 2
blank (•) 3
blank (•) 4
blank (•) 5
blank (•) 6
blank (•) 7
blank (•) 8
blank (•) 9
blank (•) 0
blank (•) B
blank (•) C
blank (•) D
blank (•) E
blank (•) F
1 blank (•)
1 1
1 2
1 3
1 4
1 5
1 6
1 7
1 8
1 9
1 0
1 B
1 C
1 D
1 E
1 F
2 blank (•)
2 1
2 2
2 3
2 4
2 5
DATA ENTRIES DELAY
0 min.
10 min.
20 min.
30 min.
40 min.
50 min.
60 min.
70 min.
80 min.
90 min.
100 min.
110 min.
120 min.
130 min.
140 min.
150 min.
160 min.
170 min.
180 min.
190 min.
200 min.
210 min.
220 min.
230 min.
240 min.
250 min.
260 min.
270 min.
280 min.
290 min.
300 min.
310 min.
320 min.
330 min.
340 min.
350 min.
360 min.
370 min.
RF SUPERVISORY TIMERS
LEFT RIGHT
2 6
2 7
2 8
2 9
2 0
2 B
2 C
2 D
2 E
2 F
3 blank (•)
3 1
3 2
3 3
3 4
3 5
3 6
3 7
3 8
3 9
3 0
3 B
3 C
3 D
3 E
3 F
4 blank (•)
4 1
4 2
4 3
4 4
4 5
4 6
F F
DATA ENTRIES DELAY
380min.
390 min.
400 min.
410 min.
420 min.
430 min.
440 min.
450 min.
460 min.
470 min.
480 min.
490 min.
500 min.
510 min.
520 min.
530 min.
540 min.
550 min.
560 min.
570 min.
580 min.
590 min.
600 min.
610 min.
620 min.
630 min.
640 min.
650 min.
660 min.
670 min.
680 min.
690 min.
700 min.
2550 min. = 42
Hr., 30 min.
RF SUPERVISORY TIMERS RF SUPERVISORY TIMERS: RF Supervisory Timers may be
programmed for each type of transmitter used. A transmitter will
send a transmission every time it is tripped, when there is NO
activity, the transmitter sends a status transmission about once
an hour. If the receiver does NOT receive ANY signal (a trip or a
status) from a transmitter in the time specified for transmitter
type, a system trouble “E-04-NNwill be displayed at the keypad.
1. Select timer delay from the table shown. Timers are
programmed in increments of 10 minutes each. Valid
entries are (•)8-FF (80 minutes-2550 min) (2550 minutes =
42 hr,30 min).
WARNING: Timers have uncertainty of +/-30 minutes.
2. Enter in corresponding address locations above (left
and right digits).
3. For a desired timer not listed do the following:
A. Choose a desired timer (intervals of 10),
ex: 1440 min. (24 Hours)
B. Divide it by 10, ex: 1440/10 = 144
C. Divide it by 16
6 Quotient Left Digit
16 100
96
4 Remainder Right Digit
NOTE: These timers apply only to Supervised RF
Transmitters (see RF Transmitters in Easy Menu Driven Mode
Programming).
[Default = blank (•) 8 from address 3760-3767 (80 minutes)]
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
3760
3761
3762
3763
3764
3765
3766
3767
ADDRESS
3760-3767
RF SUPERVISORY
TIMER
RF TRANSMITTER
Type 0 Window/Door, 2 Pt.
Type 1 Window/Door, 2 Pt.
Type 2 Window/Door, 2 Pt.
Type 3 Window/Door, 2 Pt.
Type 4 Window/Door, 4 Pt.
Type 5 PIR
Type 6 PIR
Type 7 Smoke Detector
[Default = blank (•) 8 from address 3768-3775 (80 minutes)]
LEFT ADDR RIGHT
3768
3769
3770
3771
3772
3773
3774
3775
ADDRESS
3768-3775
RF SUPERVISORY
TIMER
RF TRANSMITTER
Type 8 Smoke Detector
Type 9 Keyfob
Type A Dual Tech.
Type B Keyfob
Type C Window/Door, 4 Pt.
Type D PIR
Type E Smoke Detector
Type F Napco Glass Break
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EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL / RELAYS 1-24 (ADDRESS 3778-3801 & 2800-2895)
ADDRESS 3778 & 2800-2803 (RELAY/entry 1)
3778 2800 2801 2802 2803
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3779 & 2804-2807 (RELAY/entry 2)
3779 2804 2805 2806 2807
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3780 & 2808-2811 (RELAY/entry 3)
3780 2808 2809 2810 2811
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3781 & 2812-2815 (RELAY/entry 4)
3781 2812 2813 2814 2815
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3782 & 2816-2819 (RELAY/entry 5)
3782 2816 2817 2818 2819
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3783 & 2820-2823 (RELAY/entry 6)
3783 2820 2821 2822 2823
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3784 & 2824-2827 (RELAY/entry 7)
3784 2824 2825 2826 2827
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3785 & 2828-2831 (RELAY/entry 8)
3785 2828 2829 2830 2831
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3786 & 2832-2835 (RELAY/entry 9)
3786 2832 2833 2834 2835
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3787 & 2836-2839 (RELAY/entry 10)
3787 2836 2837 2838 2839
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3788 & 2840-2843 (RELAY entry 11)
3788 2840 2841 2842 2843
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3789 & 2844-2847 (RELAY/entry 12)
3789 2844 2845 2846 2847
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3790 & 2848-2851 (RELAY/entry 13)
3790 2848 2849 2850 2851
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3791 & 2852-2855 (RELAY/entry 14)
3791 2852 2853 2854 2855
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3792 & 2856-2859 (RELAY/entry 15)
3792 2856 2857 2858 2859
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3793 & 2860-2863 (RELAY/entry 16)
3793 2860 2861 2862 2863
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3794 & 2864-2867 (RELAY/entry 17)
3794 2864 2865 2866 2867
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3795 & 2868-2871 (RELAY/entry 18)
3795 2868 2869 2870 2871
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3796 & 2872-2875 (RELAY/entry 19)
3796 2872 2873 2874 2875
L R L R L R L R
ADDRESS 3797 & 2876-2879 (RELAY/entry 20)
3797 2876 2877 2878 2879
L R L R L R L R
(•)
ADDRESS 3798 & 2880-2883 (RELAY/entry 21)
3798 2880 2881 2882 2883
L R L R L R L R
(•)
ADDRESS 3799 & 2884-2887 (RELAY/entry 22)
3799 2884 2885 2886 2887
L R L R L R L R
(•)
ADDRESS 3800 & 2888-2891 (RELAY/entry 23)
3800 2888 2889 2890 2891
L R L R L R L R
(•)
ADDRESS 3801 & 2892-2895 (RELAY/entry 24)
3801 2892 2893 2894 2895
L R L R L R L R
(•)
EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
[Default = blank (•) blank (•) from address 3778-3801 & 2800-2895]
Continued
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EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
STEP 2: AREA OPTIONS: Each relay/entry can be assigned to Area 1 or 2 or both areas.
Select the area from Table 2 (shown on next page); enter in corresponding left and right digit
address locations.
RELAY EVENT OPTIONS
RELAY # AREA Timeout Event ID COND.
L R L R L R L R
(•) (•)
To program, follow the 5 steps below:
STEP 1: RELAY # OPTIONS: Each relay/entry can be assigned to any of the
24 available external relays from Relay Module RM3008. Multiple entries can
drive the same External Relay.
Select the relay number from Table 1 (shown on next page); enter in
corresponding left and right digit address locations.
Note: Entries 01-24 correspond to relays 1 through 24. If entries are zero, zero
(00), then relay number is identical to the relay/entry address table number, in
the selected address table(s) above.
STEP 3: TIMEOUTS: Each relay event can be assigned a timeout depending on Alarm Type option.
If Alarm Type is selected for timeout in minutes or seconds, enter the 3-digit timeout duration in corre-
sponding address location. To choose seconds or minutes, see step 5A below. 254 is maximum entry.
Continued
STEP 4: EVENT ID CODES: Each relay event can be assigned any of the available event IDs from the table.
Select 2-digit Event ID from Table 4 (see page 50); enter in corresponding address locations (left and right digit).
STEP 5: RELAY EVENT CONDITION OPTIONS: Each relay event can be assigned an alarm type; and an activation
condition; also, select a timeout type for each.
5A. Select Alarm Type and Timeout Type from Table 5A (see page 51); enter in corresponding address location (left digit).
NOTE: Select Timeout from Step 3.
5B. Select Activation from from Table 5B (see page 51); enter in corresponding address location (right digit).
Step
4
Step
5
Step
1
Step
2
Step
3
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EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
For a desired relay not listed:
A. Choose a desired relay, ex: 60
B. Divide it by 16
3 Quotient Left Digit
16 60
48
C Remainder Right Digit
TABLE 2 (AREAS 1-2)
AREAS CONTROLLING RELAY
SHUTOFF ON DISARM
RIGHT DATA
ENTRY
AREA 1 AREA 2
blank (•) NONE
1 Y
2 Y
3 Y Y
Note: “Y” indicates option is enabled.
TABLE 1
RELAY MAPPING
DATA ENTRIES RELAY #
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•) blank (•) None *
blank (•) 1 1
blank (•) 2 2
blank (•) 3 3
blank (•) 4 4
blank (•) 5 5
blank (•) 6 6
blank (•) 7 7
blank (•) 8 8
blank (•) 9 9
blank (•) 0 10
blank (•) B 11
blank (•) C 12
blank (•) D 13
blank (•) E 14
blank (•) F 15
1 blank (•) 16
1 1 17
1 2 18
1 3 19
1 4 20
1 5 21
1 6 22
1 7 23
1 8 24
* Note: [blank (•) blank (•)] option affects the
relay with the same entry number. All other
options affect the relay number specified. Ex:
Suppose Relay/Entry 1 is mapped to External
Relay 1 and Relay/Entry 2 is mapped to
External Relay 24. The data entries are as
follows: Address 3778 = [blank (•) blank (•)] and
Address 3779 = [1C].
RELAY EVENT OPTIONS
RELAY # AREA TIMEOUT EVENT ID COND.
See
Table 1 below
See
Table 2 below
See
Table 3 below
See
Table 4 on page 50
See
Tables 5A & 5B on
page 51
Areas
1-2
Continued
TIMEOUTS: Each relay event can be
assigned a timeout depending on Alarm Type
option.
If Alarm Type is selected for timeout in
minutes or seconds, enter the 3-digit time-
out duration in corresponding address
location. To choose seconds or minutes,
see step 5A on page 51. Maximum entry
is 254.
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EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
STEP 4: EVENT ID CODES: Each relay event can be assigned any of the available event IDs from the table.
Select 2-digit Event ID from Table 4 (below); enter in corresponding address locations (left and right digit).
Continued
TABLE 4
EVENT ID CODES
DATA ENTRIES OPTION
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•) blank (•) Area 1 Arm
blank (•) 1 Area 2 Arm
blank (•) 8 Zone 1
blank (•) 9 Zone 2
blank (•) 0 Zone 3
blank (•) B Zone 4
blank (•) C Zone 5
blank (•) D Zone 6
blank (•) E Zone 7
blank (•) F Zone 8
1 blank (•) Zone 9
1 1 Zone 10
1 2 Zone 11
1 3 Zone 12
1 4 Zone 13
1 5 Zone 14
1 6 Zone 15
1 7 Zone 16
1 8 Zone 17
1 9 Zone 18
1 0 Zone 19
1 B Zone 20
1 C Zone 21
1 D Zone 22
1 E Zone 23
1 F Zone 24
2 blank (•) Zone 25
2 1 Zone 26
2 2 Zone 27
2 3 Zone 28
2 4 Zone 29
2 5 Zone 30
2 6 Zone 31
2 7 Zone 32
2 8 Zone 33
2 9 Zone 34
2 0 Zone 35
2 B Zone 36
2 C Zone 37
2 D Zone 38
2 E Zone 39
2 F Zone 40
3 blank (•) Zone 41
3 1 Zone 42
3 2 Zone 43
3 3 Zone 44
3 4 Zone 45
3 5 Zone 46
3 6 Zone 47
3 7 Zone 48
C blank (•) Area 1 disarm
C 1 Area 2 disarm
6 8 Area 1 Keypad Ambush
6 9 Area 1 Keypad Panic
6 0 Area 1 Keypad Fire
6 B Area 1 Keypad Medical
6 C Keypad Tamper
6 D Area 1 Fail to Open
6 E Area 1 Fail to Close
7 blank (•) Area 2 Keypad Ambush
7 1 Area 2 Keypad Panic
7 2 Area 2 Keypad Fire
7 3 Area 2 Keypad Medical
7 5 Area 2 Fail to Open
7 6 Area 2 Fail to Close
0 8 Test Timer
0 0 Bus Fail
0 B Guarded RAM Fail
0 C Low Battery
0 D AC Fail
0 E EZM Tamper
0 F Sensor Watch
B blank (•) Telco Fault
B 8 Digital Dialer Test
B 9 RESERVED
B B Service Message
B C Program Change
B D RF Receiver Trouble
B E Transmitter Tamper
B F Transmitter Trouble
D blank (•) Keypad Fail
D 1 EZM Fail
D 2 Quickloader Device Control
D 3 System Shutdown
D 4 Quickloader Keypad Reset
D 5 General System Alarm
D 8 Area 1 General System Alarm
D 9 Area 2 General System Alarm
F blank (•) Relay Group 1
F 1 Relay Group 2
F 8 Area 1 Entry Delay
F 9 Area 2 Entry Delay
NOTE: Keypad Tamper must be enabled in
UL installations using jumper op-
tion on keypad.
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EXTERNAL RELAY CONTROL
NUMBER OF RELAY BOARD MODULES (ADDRESS 3777)
[Default = blank (•) blank (•)]
LEFT RIGHT
blank (•)
ADDRESS 3777
Number of Relay
Board Modules
DATA
RIGHT
blank (•)
1
2
3
Relay Board Module(s)
None
1
2
3
RELAY BOARD MODULES: Up to 3 External Relay Board
Modules (RM3008) may be programmed.
1. Select the number of relay modules from the table
shown.
2. Enter in corresponding right digit address location
shown (left digit is not used).
STEP 5: RELAY EVENT CONDITION OPTIONS: Each relay event can be assigned an alarm type; and an activation condition; also, select a
timeout type for each.
5A. Select Alarm Type and Timeout Type from Table 5A (below); enter in corresponding address location (left digit). NOTE: Select Timeout from
Step 3.
5B. Select Activation from from Table 5B (below); enter in corresponding address location (right digit).
TABLE 5A
RELAY EVENT
ALARM TYPE OPTIONS
LEFT DATA
ENTRIES
ALARM
TYPE
TIMEOUT
TYPE
blank (•) Burglary Minutes
1 Fire Minutes
4 Day Zone Minutes
8 Burglary Seconds
9 Fire Seconds
C Day Zone Seconds
TABLE 5B
RELAY EVENT
ACTIVATION CONDITIONS
RIGHT DATA ENTRIES OPTIONS
1 Alarm
2 Restore
3 Trouble
4 Trouble Restore
5 Follows Open Zone
6 Follows Shorted Zone
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DIRECT ADDRESS PROGRAM MODE--USER PROGRAM MODE
USER PROGRAM MODE
PRELIMINARY INFORMATION
The User Program Mode is covered in detail in the operating instructions for the keypad in use.
Only Keypad #1 may be used for programming, however this keypad may be located in either area.
The Program Mode cannot be accessed while the communicator is transmitting except during the first three minutes after power-
up.
After entering codes or data, press the save U button. Data will not be stored into memory unless this button is pressed.
If the keypad is in the Program Mode and no activity is detected for longer than 4 minutes, a steady tone will sound.
Press the C button to silence the sounder and exit the User Program Mode.
If a GEM-RP2ASe2/GEM-K2AS keypad is used, configure address jumpers as Keypad #1 (See WI1184).
NOTE: For ease of programming, it is recommended that a GEM K1CA (or GEM-RP1CAe2) be used as Keypad #1. A new GEM-
K1CA and a new GEM-RP1CAe2 are automatically configured as Keypad #1. See Keypad Configuration Mode.
SYSTEM RESET OPTIONS (ADDRESS 4091-4093)
Clear Dealer Program (Erases Dealer Program)
This erases the dealer program. Use this feature to start
a customized default program.
Access address 4091, then press the J or U button. Data entry is not
allowed.
NOTE: Enter Easy Menu Driven Program Mode to program system
again.
GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypad
4091 XX
GEM-RP2ASe2 Keypad
4091XX
Cold Start (Erases Entire Program)
This erases the entire program (codes, schedules,
foreign language configuration, etc), leaving the panel
as it came right out of the box.
Access address 4093, then press the J or U button. Data entry is not
allowed.
NOTE: Some features (schedules, language configuration) can only be
re-programmed with the Downloading Software.
GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypad
4093 XX
GEM-RP2ASe2 Keypad
4093XX
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ACCESSING USER PROGRAM MODE
1. Press EEEEEE R
2. Press Q Until ACTIVATE PROGRAM Y/N appears on LCD screen.
3. Press P To Enter User Program Mode
4. Press C To Exit User Program Mode when finished
New Panel (Default User Code = 123)
Existing Panel (Any Code with User Program Option Enabled)
USER CODES
Up to 48 User Codes may be programmed.
NOTE: In this mode, only the code is pro-
grammable; the accompanying Area Options
must be programmed in the Dealer Program
Mode. By default, User 1 is enabled in Area 1
and 2; Users 2-8 are enabled in Area 1, Users
9-16 are enabled in Area 2; Users 17-48 are
not enabled in any areas (see page 10).
Use the R button to place the cursor
over the User Number.
Enter a User Number (01–48) using the number buttons. The cursor will then advance to the User Code and read the existing
code, if any.
Enter the new User Code using the number buttons (0-9). If an old code is displayed, program over it. To erase the digit at the
cursor, press G 0 button.
Press the U button to save the code in memory.
Repeat this procedure for each user. To proceed to Zone-Description programming, press the NEXT button or the PRIOR but-
ton.
GEM-K1CA Keypad (Direct Entry)
Enter user code
U01 123
USER PROGRAM MODE
Programming User Codes with GEM-K1CA Keypad
To Program User Codes
1. Set Cursor Position using the
R button.
2. Enter 2-digit User Number (01-
48) directly using number but-
tons (0-9).
3. Enter Code (1-6 digits) directly
using number buttons (0-9).
4. Press the U button to save
each code.
NOTE: Press G 0 button to clear character at cursor.
To continue press P or Q button.
GEMINI
Enter user code
U01 123 - -
ARMED
COMPUTERIZED SECURITY SYSTEM
STATUS
R 1 2 3
B 4 5 6
C 7 8 9 0
U
NEXT/YES
P
PRIOR/NO
Q
AREA
G
User Code NOT USED
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ZONE DESCRIPTIONS (GEM-RP1CAE2 / GEM-K1CA KEYPADS)
Enter an identifying description for each zone. Characters are selected by
pressing keypad buttons multiple times, "Cell Phone" style. Buttons 1
through 9 plus 0 and G are used, as per the following table:
Press [A] to move cursor right.
Press [B] to move cursor left.
Notes:
1. After releasing the number button for 1 second, the character will be accepted and the cursor advanced to the
right.
2. After releasing the number button, if a new number button is pressed before the 1 second window expires, the cur-
rent character will be accepted and the cursor automatically advanced to the right. The first of the 4 characters of
this new number button will be displayed.
3. To erase an existing entry, use [A] or [B] to move the cursor below the character to be changed. Enter a
new character to overwrite the old.
4. To generate lowercase characters, the [G] button must be pressed and held down while pressing the number
button. If the [G] button is released during the 1 second window, the current character will change to upper-
case. Press U to save.
To proceed to the next description, place the cursor under the Zone Number (e.g. “1”) and press the number that corre-
sponds to the zone. Repeat this procedure until all zones have been programmed. After programming the user codes,
press the NEXT button to proceed.
Enter Date (Press the (R) button to set cursor.)
Enter the current date in the format MM/DD/YY, where MM = the month
(01–12); DD=the day (01–31); and YY=the year. Press U to save. Press
NEXT button to proceed.
Enter Time (Press the (R) button to set cursor.)
Enter the current time in the format HH:MMA/P, where HH=hours (01–12);
MM=minutes (00–59). Select Am or Pm by pressing any number button,
then press U once again to save.
NOTE: To enter the date and time, GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA keypad (version 6 or greater) must be used and
“Enable Keypad Time/Date Display” (Address 3874) must be enabled.
(Direct Entry)
Enter Date
( / / )
(Direct Entry)
Enter Time
( : )
USER PROGRAM MODE
(Direct Entry)
01-
PRESS: CHARACTERS DISPLAYED
IN SEQUENCE
HOLD G
AND PRESS:
CHARACTERS DISPLAYED
IN SEQUENCE
[1] ABC1 [1] abc1
[2] DEF2 [2] def2
[3] GHI3 [3] ghi3
[4] JKL4 [4] jkl4
[5] MNO5 [5] mno5
[6] PQR6 [6] pqr6
[7] STU7 [7] stu7
[8] VWX8 [8] vwx8
[9] YZ90 [9] yz90
[0] (SPACE) - . ( ) , / : ? # [0] (International Characters)
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KEYPAD CONFIGURATION MODE
This section will focus on configuring the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypads. If there is more than one keypad in the system, only
Keypad No. 1 may be used for programming.
KEYPAD INSTALLATION
Two types of keypads may be used with the GEM-P3200: the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA. Each must be assigned an address
number (1–7) and each requires its own configuration procedure (see CONFIGURING THE KEYPADS, which follows, and DIRECT
ADDRESS KEYPAD AREA OPTIONS). At least 1 keypad must be used; only 1 is required for a single-area Commercial Burglary
installation.
GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA - is a 2-line combination fire/burglary/access keypad capable of supporting 4 EZM zones and a
PGM output. The GEM-RP1CAe2 or GEM-K1CA is recommended for use as Keypad #1. See "Important Note" on page 2
for more information regarding the various buttons on the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA keypads.
CONFIGURING THE KEYPADS
A total of up to 7 keypads may be connected to the panel.
Configuring the GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA Keypad
Each GEM-RP1CAe2/GEM-K1CA keypad must be configured for (a) keypad tactile beep; (b) entry sounder; (c) keypad address; (d)
compatibility number; (e) EZM address; and (f) zone response.
To enter the Keypad Configuration Mode:
1. Move jumper JP1 (located in the center of the control panel board) from Pins 1-2 (top two) to Pins 2-3 (bottom
two). NOTE: See Wiring Diagram on page 68.
2. After about 15 seconds, the display will read “XX OUT OF SYSTEM”, where XX indicates the keypad address.
3. Press 11123 R and proceed as follows. (Repeat the following procedure for
all keypads).
Keypad Tactile Beep
Upon entering the Keypad Configuration Mode, “KEYPAD BEEP ON” will be displayed,
indicating that the tactile beep, which sounds when any button is pressed, is on.
To turn off the tactile beep, press the U button (the U button will toggle the tac-
tile beep on and off). Press R to continue or press C to exit.
Entry Sounder
To turn off the keypad entry sounder during entry time, press U (the U button
will toggle the entry sounder on and off). Press R to continue or press
C to exit.
Keypad Address
If more than one keypad is installed, each must be assigned a unique keypad
address (that is, no two keypads may be numbered alike):
Keypads must be numbered consecutively (missing numbers are not permitted)
Only Keypad No. 1 may be used for programming.
To assign the keypad number, proceed as follows:
1. Enter the assigned keypad number 01–07, then press U to save. A valid
number will be acknowledged by a short beep; an invalid number will be re-
jected by a long beep.
2. Press R to continue or press C to exit.
Keypad Beep
ON
NORMAL
KEYPAD
CONFIGURE
R
COMPUTERIZ ED SECURITY SYS TEM
GEMINI
ARMED
STATUS
SYSTEM ARMED
01/01/97 12:00AM
12
4
3
56
7890
A
B
C
DE
F
G
NEXT/Y ES
PRIOR/NO
AREA
# OF ZONES IN AREA 1
ENTER # ZONES X X
# OF ZONES IN AREA
ENTER # ZONES XX
Entry Sounder
ON
Keypad Address
01
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Compatibility Number
A 4-digit Compatibility Number, if programmed, will restrict this keypad to
work on a panel programmed with a matching number.
1. Enter a 4-digit number
2. Press U to save. Press the R button to continue or press the
C button to exit.
EZM Address
The keypad's internal EZM (Expansion Zone Module) may be utilized to
provide four additional wired zones. Whether used alone or in conjunction
with optional GEM-EZM series modules or other keypad EZMs, it must be
assigned a unique address (or Group number, see Keypad Programming
Workbook) similar to its keypad address. If no other EZMs are to be used, designate the keypad as Group “01” at the
EZM ADDRESS 00” display. In multiple-EZM systems, enter an assigned group number “01” through “06”. (Each
EZM must have a unique assigned group number, starting with “01” and proceeding consecutively.) Press the R
button to continue or press the C button to exit.
Zone Response
The normal loop response of each keypad expansion zone is 750mS, how-
ever the response time of any zone can be reduced to 50mS as follows.
1. Of the following, circle the number(s) in parentheses associated with the
zone(s) to be changed: Zone 1=(1); Zone 2=(2); Zone 3=(4); Zone 4=(8)
2. Add up the circled numbers.
3. At the keypad, enter the sum as a two-digit number “01” through “15” on the display, then press U.
Example. Change Zones 2, 3 and 4 to 50mS response.
1. Circle numbers for Zones 2, 3 and 4: (2), (4) and (8).
2. Add up the circled numbers: 2 + 4 + 8 = 14.
3. Enter “14” at the keypad, then press the U button.
Press the R button to continue or press the C button to exit.
Program Control Message
A code-keypad association can be programmed such that when the code is
entered at a specific keypad, a PGM Lug will be activated for 7 seconds,
and a selected message will be displayed on this keypad. Six different pro-
gram control messages can be selected (0-6) as displayed in the following table:
1. Enter a message number
2. Press U to save.
3. Press the R button to continue (the display will loop back through selections, for changes) or press the
C button to exit the Keypad Configuration Mode (display will read “01 OUT OF SYSTEM”).
4. Replace Jumper JP1 across Pins 1–2 (top two).
New
Compat # 0000
EZM Address
01
Zone Response
00
Program Control
Message # ?
0 (No Message)
1 **Enter Now**
2 Door Control
3 Gate Control
4 Light Control
5 Control #1
6 Control #2
Program Control Message
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
ABORT DELAY ADDRESS 2406, 19
ABORT DELAY ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
AC FAIL REPORT DELAY ADDRESS 2408, 19
ACCESS CONTROL (PANEL) ON AUX. OUTPUT ADDRESS 2418, 34
ACCESS CONTROL OPTIONS, 10
ACCESSING DEALER PROGRAM MODE, 5
ACCESSING USER PROGRAM MODE, 53
ACM DOOR #1 AREA (HEX) (ADDRESS 2425-2431), 40
ACM DOOR AREA OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2784-2787), 39
ACM GLOBAL FLAGS (ADDRESS 2780), 38
ACM SCHEDULED FREE ACCESS (ADDRESS 4072-4075), 39
ACM SYSTEM OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2423), 41
ACM TIMEOUTS (ADDRESS 2782-2783), 38
ACM ZONE OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2740-2769), 38
ACTIVATE DOWNLOAD FUNCTION, 4
ADDING WIRELESS CAPABILITY, 46
ADDRESS MODE DISPLAYS, 15
ALARM ON DAY ZONE ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
ALARM/TROUBLE REPORTING CODES (ADDRESS 3880-3881), 35
ALARM/TROUBLE REPORTING CODES ADDRESS 0859-0862, 24
AMBUSH CODE ADDRESS 0495, 20
ANSWER ON RING NUMBER ADDRESS 4089, 22
AREA ARMING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2650-2651), 44
AREA ASSIGNMENT & KEYPAD TYPE, 37
AREA OUTPUT CONTROL OPTIONS (ADDRESS 2700-2739), 45
AREA SYSTEM EVENT/TROUBLE, 29
AREA SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTING OPTIONS (ADDRESS 1120-
1137), 29
AUTHORITY LEVEL, 10
AUTO BELL TEST ON ARMING ADDRESS 2418, 34
AUTO BYPASS RE-ENTRY ZONES, 7
AUTO DISARM REARM DELAY ADDRESS 4083, 20
AUTO DOWNLOAD ID NO. ADDRESS 1023, 22
AUTO RESET AFTER BURG. OUTPUT TIMEOUT ADDRESS 2418,
34
AUTO RESET ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
AUTO-BYPASS RE-ENTRY ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
AUTO-BYPASS ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
AUTOMATIC INTERIOR BYPASS/EASY EXIT ADDRESS 2421, 35
AUX OUTPUT ACTIVATED ON ALARM ZONES, 7
AUX. OUTPUT ACCESS CONTROL TIMEOUT ADDRESS 2402, 19
AUX. OUTPUT TIMEOUT ADDRESS 2401, 20
AUXILIARY RELAY, 28, 29
AUXILIARY RELAY ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
BACKUP REPORT ON TELCO 2 ADDRESS 1027, 25
BINARY (BIT) FORMAT, 15
BIT FORMAT, 15
BURG KEYPAD TYPE, 37
BURG. ALARM OUTPUT TIMEOUT ADDRESS 2403, 20
BURG. ALARM OUTPUT ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
BURGLARY ALARM OUTPUT, 28
BURGLARY OUTPUT, 29
CALLBACK METHOD, 4
CALLBACK TELEPHONE NO. SELECT ADDRESS 1022, 22
CALLBACK TELEPHONE NUMBER 1 AND 2, 22
CANCEL A CODE, 11
CANCEL NEXT TEST TIMER ON ANY REPORT ADDRESS 1027, 25
CANCELING A CODE, 11
CENTRAL STATION RECEIVER 1 ACCOUNT NUMBER, 9
CENTRAL STATION RECEIVER 1 FORMAT, 9
CENTRAL STATION RECEIVER 1 TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8
CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS EDITION, 2
CHANGING OR CANCELING A CODE, 11
CHIME 2 ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
CHIME 2 ZONES IN AREA 1, 7
CHIME ON LUG E4 ADDRESS 2420, 35
CHIME TIME ADDRESS 2407, 19
CHIME ZONE OPTION, 30, 31, 32
CHIME ZONES IN AREA 1, 6
CLEAR DEALER PROGRAM, 14
CLEAR DEALER PROGRAM ADDRESS 4091, 52
CLEAR PROGRAM, 14
CLOSING REPORT ONLY ON COND. CLOSING (AUTO-BYP.) AD-
DRESS 2417, 34
COLD START, 14
COLD START ADDRESS 4093, 52
COMPATIBILITY NUMBER, 56
CONFIGURING THE KEYPADS, 55