MGSP Reference and Installation Manual

As a result, Paradox does not represent that the alarm system will prevent personal injury or property damage, or in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. Modules are connected to the Diplex bus at the most convenient location and then their zone inputs are assned to the desired zone and partition. 1KW EOL Connecting the Diplex bus in Noisy Environments When installing the Diplex bus wires in proximity to hh electrical interferences or across separate buildings, use shielded cables: Within the Same Building: Strip the outer jacket at one end of the shielded cable to expose the shield and connect the shield to the control panel ground (not the dialer ground), while leaving the shield at the other end of the cable open (floating). The control panel will redirect all programming to the selected module. Then to program the remaining report codes or to change some of the defaults, enter the individual sections and key-in the desired 2-dit hex value found in the Appendix 2: Contact ID Report Code List on page 49.

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This is due to a number of reasons, including by not limited to inadequate or improper installation/positioning, sensor limitations, battery performance, wireless snal interruption, inadequate maintenance or the potential for the system or telephone lines to be compromised or circumvented. Expand the EVOHD system by adding plug-and-play expansion modules anywhere and in any combination on the 4-wire Diplex bus. Fure 11: 4-Wire Detectors Note: It is recommended that the smoke detectors be connected in a daisy chain confuration. Ademco format: Use section [4032] to program a set of default Ademco report codes from the Auto Report Code Programming on page 32.

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One or more of the following patents may apply: 2,292,187 and RE# Diplex, Diplex EVO, Magellan, and Baby Ware are trademarks or registered trademarks of Paradox . 9 Addressable Zone Connections Double Zone Connections Diplex Bus Connections Fire Circuits Telephone Line Connections Programming Methods Baby Ware Uploading/Downloading Software* Module Broadcast...13 Programming Through a Keypad Module Programming Mode Zone Programming Zone Programming Zone Numbering...15 Zone Doubling (ATZ) Zone Definitions Zone Partition Assnment Zone Options Input Speed EOL on Hardwire Zones Selectable Input Resistor Keypad Numbering Remote Control Programming Hardware Requirements Remote Control Template Remote Control Templates Keyswitch Programming Keyswitch Numbering Keyswitch Definitions Keyswitch Partition Assnment Keyswitch Options...21 Arming and Disarming Options Arming Follows Partition Trouble Latch Restrict Arming on Supervision Loss Restrict Arming on Tamper Restrict Arming on AC Failure Restrict Arming on Battery Failure Restrict Arming on Bell or Auxiliary Failure Restrict Arming on TLM Failure Restrict Arming on Module Troubles Restrict Arming on Anti Mask Troubles Timed Auto-Arming...22 No Movement Auto-Arming...23 Auto-Arming Options...23 Switch To Stay Arming...23 Always Force Arm when Regular Arming...23 Auto Force on Stay Arming...23 Follow Zone Switches to Entry Delay One-Touch Features...23 Exit Delay...23 Keypad Lock-out Feature...24 Bell Squawk...24 Ring-back...24 Maximum Bypass Entries...24 Display Bypass If Armed...24 Alarm Options Bell/alarm Output...25 Bell Cut-off Timer...25 Wireless Transmitter Supervision Options...25 Police Code Timer...25 Tamper Recognition Options...25 Keypad Panic Options...26 Event Reporting Reporting Enabled...28 IP/GSM / GPRS Reporting...28 Report Codes...28 Report Arming and Disarming...30 Monitoring Station Phone Number...30 Account Number...30 Account Number Transmission...30 Reporting Formats...30 Event Direction...31 Pager Delay...31 Recent Close Delay...31 Power Failure Report Delay...31 Power Failure Restore Report Delay...31 Repeat Pager Report Code Transmission...31 Auto Test Report...32 Disarm Reporting Options...32 Zone Restore Report Options...32 Auto Report Code Programming...32 Closing Delinquency Timer...32 Dialer Options Telephone Line Monitoring...33 Tone/Pulse Dialing...33 Pulse Ratio...33 Busy Tone Detection...33 Switch To Pulse...33 Bell On Communication Fail...33 Keypad Beep on Successful Arm or Disarm Report...33 Dial Tone Delay...33 VDMP3 Voice Module VDMP3 Installation Instructions...34 Feature activation (PGMs)...34 VDMP3 Setup Instructions...34 Programmable Outputs PGM Activation Event...35 PGM Deactivation Option...35 Flexible PGM Deactivation Option...35 PGM Deactivation Event...35 PGM Timer...35 PGM1 Becomes a 2-wire Smoke Detector Input*...35 PGM Test Mode...35 PGM Initial Status...35 System Settings and Commands Hardware Reset Software Reset Installer Code Lock Daylht Savings Time Daylht Savings Time Schedule Diplex bus Speed Transmit Zone Status on Serial Port Partitioning Shabbat Feature Installer Function Keys Module Reset Locate Module Module Programming Module and Label Broadcast System Date & Time Quick Module Scanning Module Scanning...37 Serial Number Viewing Power Save Mode...37 Auto Trouble Shutdown No AC Fail Display Multiple Action Feature System Labels Access Codes Installer Code Access Code Length System Master Code Programming Access Codes User Options Partition Assnment Access Control Access Control: System Features Common Access Control Terms Programming Overview Enable Access Control Door Numbering...42 Access Levels Access Schedules Backup Schedules...42 Holiday Programming Schedule Tolerance Window Door Access Mode Code Access Card and Code Access Skip Exit Delay When Arming With Access Card Restrict Arming on Door Restrict Disarming on Door Door Access During Clock Loss Burglar Alarm On Forced Door or Door Left Open Logging Access Control Events Baby Ware Software Panel Identifier PC Password PC Telephone Number Back Feature Baby Ware Answering Machine Override Delay Ring Counter Event Buffer Transmission In-Field Firmware Upgrade Appendix 1: Automatic Report Code List Appendix 2: Contact ID Report Code List Appendix 3: Keypad Installation Instructions EVOHD Reference and Installation Guide Introduction The Diplex EVOHD is a security and access control system with 8 on-board zone inputs (16 with zone doubling) that is expandable to 192 zones via the 4- wire Diplex bus. To reset (unlatch), connect the smoke detector s negative (-) to a PGM.

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Your security system should therefore be considered as one of many tools available to reduce risk and/or damage of burglary, fire or other emergencies, such other tools include but are not limited to insurance coverage, fire prevention and extinguish devices, and sprinkler systems. Also, only a module s used inputs are assned to zones in the system. 11 Installation EVOHD Reference and Installation Guide Example 1: Fure 12: Telephone Line Connection Examples EVOHD Dialer Ground clamp Main line Example 2: EVOHD Dialer Ground clamp Main line Telephone Line Connections The telephone lines can be connected directly to the control panel or through a CA38A or RJ31 as shown in Fure 12. Refer to the EVOHD Programming Guide or to the corresponding sections in this manual. To exit the Module Programming Mode, press the [CLEAR] key on LCD keypads. ON ON OFF ON Anti-mask Supervision Options When armed: alarm When disarmed: generates trouble only When armed: alarm When disarmed: generates audible alarm Option Description 2 3 OFF OFF Disabled (default) OFF ON Generates trouble only (when armed or disarmed) ON ON OFF ON When armed: alarm When disarmed: generates trouble only When armed: alarm When disarmed: generates audible alarm SIA format: Use section [4032] to program a set of SIA report codes from the Auto Report Code Programming on page 32.


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