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Program Entry Guide

EN Control Panels

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About This Manual

This guide describes the programming parameters available to the 2000 Series Control Panels (except D2012/D2012U). This guide follows the organization of the D2212 Product Handler in the D5200 Programmer.

The table of contents lists each programming section, program item, and its page number.

Throughout this manual, programming prompts are shown in bold italic letters (such as

Phone 1).

Use the Program Record Sheet (P/N: 35113) to record your program entries. Installation instructions can be found in the panel’sInstallation Guide. TheKeypad Diagnostics Sheet provides specific diagnostic and testing information. ASecurity System User Guide comes with the keypad.

E Version Control Panels

The E versions of the 2000 Series Control Panels (for example, the D2412UE) do not include point expansion. They are limited to the on-boardpoints.

Any programming for point expanders does not apply to E version control panels.

Using this Guide for Keypad

Programming

Keypad programming requires a text keypad. For an explanation, refer to Section 18.0 Keypad Programming of this manual.

Display text and keypad programming appear as shown:

0000

0 to 9, B to F

Default entries and selections for keypad programming also appear in shaded boxes.

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Contents

1.0

System Configuration......................................

5

2.0

Phone ..................................................................

7

2.1

Phone Routing Set to No ...................................

7

2.2

Phone Routing Set to Yes ..................................

7

3.0

Reports..............................................................

11

4.0

Receiver............................................................

15

4.1

Modem Reports ................................................

15

4.2

Pulse Report Groups ........................................

18

5.0

Remote Programming...................................

21

6.0

Open/Close .....................................................

23

6.1

Step Outside ......................................................

24

6.2

Exit .....................................................................

25

7.0

ABC Keys .........................................................

27

8.0

Bell .....................................................................

29

9.0

Test Timer........................................................

31

10.0

Address Configuration..................................

33

11.0

Point Codes......................................................

35

11.1

Digit 1, Point Type ...........................................

37

11.2

Digit 2, Alarm Responses ................................

43

11.3

Digit 3, Point Options ......................................

44

11.4

Digit 4, Device Address ...................................

45

11.5

Digit 5, Sensor Loop ........................................

46

11.6 Recommended Point Codes..................................

48

12.0

Point Text.........................................................

51

13.0

Relays ................................................................

53

13.1

Relay Function Logic .......................................

53

13.2

Relay Functions ................................................

53

13.3

Relay Parameters, for Keypad Programming

 

Only

56

 

14.0

User Test...........................................................

57

15.0

Passcodes ..........................................................

59

16.0

RF Parameters.................................................

61

17.0

Program Lock..................................................

63

18.0

Keypad Programming...................................

65

18.1

Getting Started ..................................................

65

18.2

View Mode........................................................

65

18.3

Modify Mode ....................................................

66

18.4

Scroll Lists .........................................................

66

18.5

Yes and No Entries...........................................

66

18.6

An Example, Entering Custom Text..............

67

18.7

Keypad Programming Tips .............................

68

Index

............................................................................

69

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Figures

 

 

Figure 1: Pulse Report Groups ......................................

18

Figure 2: View Mode......................................................

65

Figure 3: Modify Mode ..................................................

66

Tables

 

 

Table 1: Phone Routing Set to No..................................

7

Table 2: Modem II Reports Chart................................

15

Table 3: Pulse Format.....................................................

18

Table 4: Answer Machine Programmed Yes...............

22

Table 5: Digit 1 Selections ..........................................

37

Table 6:

Digit 2 Selections .......................................

43

Table 7:

Digit 3 Selections .......................................

44

Table 8: Digit 4 Selections .............................................

45

Table 9: Digit Selection Summary ................................

47

Table 10:

Smoke Detector (trouble on open,

 

 

alarm output)..............................................

48

Table 11:

Door with Entry/Exit Delay

 

 

(swinger bypass, alarm output,

 

 

alarm report delay)....................................

48

Table 12:

Door or Window with No Entry/Exit

 

 

Delay (swinger bypass, alarm output,

 

 

alarm report delay)....................................

48

Table 13:

Garage Door with Extended Entry/Exit

 

 

Delay (swinger bypass, alarm output,

 

 

alarm report delay)....................................

48

Table 14:

Motion Detector (swinger bypass,

 

 

alarm output, alarm report delay)............

48

Table 15:

Tamper (swinger bypass, alarm output,

 

 

alarm report delay)....................................

48

Table 16:

Panic Device (swinger bypass) .................

49

Table 17:

Keyswitch (swinger bypass, alarm

 

 

output).........................................................

49

Table 18:

Relay Function Selections ........................

54

Table 19:

Relay Parameters.......................................

56

Table 20: View Mode Keys ........................................

65

Table 21: Modify Mode Keys .....................................

66

Table 22: Entering Custom Text at the Keypad .........

67

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System Configuration

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1.0 System Configuration

The System Configuration Group contains the

Account Number, Swinger Count, Keyswitch, Custom Idle Text, and Custom Service Textprompts.

1 Account Number

Default: 0000

Selection: 0 to 9, B to F

Enter four characters for the Account Number to transmit to the receiver. Enter leading zeroes (0) for account numbers with fewer than four digits. For example: Enter 0123 for account number 123.

2 Swinger Count

Default: 4

Selection: 1, 2, 3, 4

The Swinger Count prompt sets the swinger count for the Swinger Bypass point option. When the number of alarms or troubles reaches the swinger count, the system automatically bypasses points programmed for Swinger Bypass. Turning the system off clears the bypass. If a24-hourpoint swinger bypasses while the system is off, turning the system on (starting exit delay) and then turning it off (pressing [CLEAR] during exit delay) clears the bypass. Swinger bypass is a point trouble and activates the Point Trouble Relay function.

When a point is Swinger Bypassed, the Point Trouble Relay function activates. Refer to Section 13.2 Relay Functions.

SIA recommends the swinger count be set to 1.

Using Digit 2 of the point code assigns the Swinger Bypass feature to a point.

3 Keyswitch

Default:

Momentary

Selection:

Easikey, Momentary

 

 

0

Easikey

 

 

1

Momentary

 

 

Refer to the Installation Guide for instructions on connecting a momentary keyswitch to a point.

This control panel is not compatible with maintained contact keyswitches.

Operating the keyswitch (shorting the point) turns the system All On with delays if the system is off. Any faulted controlled points (Point Code Digit 1 = 6, 7, 8, 9, B, or C) are automatically bypassed.

If the system is All On or Part On, with or without delays, operating the keyswitch (shorting the point) turns the system off.

Leave the Keyswitch prompt set to Momentary if you are not using a keyswitch on your system.

Setting the Keyswitch prompt to Easikey allows a properly connected Easikey system to disarm the system. It cannot be used to arm the system. If the system is All On or Part On, with or without delays, presenting the electronic key to the Easikey reader (the Easikey shorts the point) turns the system off. If the system is off, presenting the electronic key to the Easikey reader (the Easikey shorts the point) has no effect.

4 Custom Idle Text1

5 Custom Idle Text2

Default: Bosch Security Systems

Selection: A to Z, 0 to 9,! # , . - / : < >

The system displays at all text keypads the two lines of custom text you enter here whenever the system is off and idle. Each line contains a maximum of sixteen characters.

It can take up to 15 seconds for the custom text you program here to appear in all text keypads connected to the system.

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6 Custom Service Text

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Default:

Blank

 

 

 

 

 

Selection:

A to Z, 0 to 9,

 

 

 

 

 

 

! # , . - / :< >

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The system displays the text you enter here in the second line of the keypad display when ever the first line reads, CALL FOR SERVICE. You can enter the phone number for your service department as the

Custom Service Text.

Up to 15 Seconds for Text to Load: It can take up to 15 seconds for the custom text you program here to appear in all text keypads connected to the system.

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Phone

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2.0 Phone

The Phone Group contains prompts that configure the system for dialing and sending reports on the telephone line.

1 DTMF Dialing

Default:

Yes

 

 

Selection:

Yes, No

 

 

0

No

 

 

1

Yes

 

 

When DTMF Dialing is set to Yes, the control panel dials in the Dual ToneMulti-Frequency(DTMF) format for all dialing attempts.

Table 1: Phone Routing Set to No

 

 

Attempt

Phone Number

 

 

1

Phone Number 1

2

Phone Number 1

3

Phone Number 2

4

Phone Number 2

5

Phone Number 1

6

Phone Number 2

 

 

7

Phone Number 1

8

Phone Number 2

9

Phone Number 1

 

 

10Phone Number 2

11Communication Fail event

When DTMF Dialing is set to No, the control panel

If Phone 2 is left blank, five attempts are made to

pulse dials for all dialing attempts.

Phone 1.

2 Phone 1

3 Phone 2

Default: Blank

Selection: 0 to 9, C, D, #, *, Blank

Leaving both Phone 1 and Phone 2 “Blank” creates a local system with no reports transmitted.

Enter up to nineteen characters for each phone number. The # and * characters only work when the control panel is DTMF dialing. The control panel dials these characters just as if you pressed them on a telephone keypad. Enter C for a 3-seconddelay. Enter D for a7-seconddial tone wait.

If you program a # or * to disable call waiting, warn your customer that eliminating their call waiting service requires a change to their security system.

4 Phone Routing

Default:

No

 

 

Selection:

Yes, No

 

 

0

No

 

 

1

Yes

 

 

2.1Phone Routing Set to No

When this prompt is set to the default, No, the control panel dials as shown in Table 1. The control panel only sends reports toPhone 2 after two failed attempts sending toPhone 1.

 

If you set the Phone Routing prompt to

 

No, skip to Section 4.2 Pulse Report

 

Groups. The prompts in the remainder of

 

this group set the routing groups.

2.2

Phone Routing Set to Yes

Set this prompt to Yes to route reports to Phone 1 or Phone 2. Reports are routed by group. A description of each routing group follows. The control panel makes five attempts to each routing destination.

Reports routed to Phone 1 have a higher priority than reports routed to Phone 2. When the control panel has reports to send to Phone 1 and Phone 2, it sends all reports for Phone 1, then sends the reports for Phone 2. If the control panel fails to send an event to Phone 1, it creates a Communication Fail event for Phone 1 and begins the Phone 2 Reports.

If the control panel works on Phone 2 Reports and there is a new event for Phone 1, the control panel continues with the Phone 2 Reports until the Phone 2 buffer is empty, and then continues to the Phone 1 event.

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8 Restoral Route
Default: Local
Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both
0
1
2
3
Reports:
Local
Phone 1 only
Phone 2 only
Both
Selection:

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5 Fire Route

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports: Fire Alarm Reports from points or ABC keys.

6 Non-FireRoute

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports:

Non-FireAlarm Reports from points or ABC keys

Point Tamper Alarms

Point Missing Alarms.

7 Pt Trbl Route

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports:

Trouble, Missing, Missing RF, Low Battery RF, Bypass, or Swinger Bypass Reports from, Fire and Non-firepoints combined.

Point Tamper Troubles.

Restoral Reports from Fire and Non-Firepoints combined

RF Battery Restorals

Point Tamper Restorals.

9 Closing Route

 

 

Default:

Local

 

 

 

Selection:

 

Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both

 

 

 

Local

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone 1 only

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone 2 only

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reports: Closing Reports

 

 

 

 

10 Opening Route

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Default:

Local

 

 

 

Selection:

 

Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both

 

 

 

Local

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone 1 only

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone 2 only

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reports: Opening Reports

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11 Cancel Route

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports: Cancel Reports

12 Sys Trbl Route

13 Sys Trbl Route

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports:

RAM Access OK Reports (successful connection to a remote programmer)

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports:

RAM Access Fail Reports (unsuccessful attempt to connect a remote programmer)

Comm Fail Reports (Communication Failure event) for Phone 1 and Phone 2

Watchdog Reset Reports (system automatically reset)

Battery Missing Reports

Battery Low Reports

AC Fail Reports

RF Receiver Trouble (Address 7, Address 8)

RF Receiver Tamper (Address 7, Address 8)13 Sys Res Route

Comm Restoral Reports (successful communication after a Communication Failure event)

Re-BootReports (control panel reset with thestand-byswitch or a remote programmer

Battery Restoral Reports (missing or low battery restored)

AC Restore Reports

RF Receiver Trouble Restoral (Address 7, Address 8)

RF Receiver Tamper Restoral (Address 7, Address 8)

14 Duress Route

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only, Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports:

Duress Reports

User Tamper (six attempts with bad passcode).

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15 Test Route

Default: Local

Selection: Local, Phone 1 only, Phone 2 only,

Both

Local

0

 

 

Phone 1 only

1

 

 

Phone 2 only

2

 

 

Both

3

 

 

Reports:

Test Reports

Service Start (stand-bypin locked down, installer code entered.)

Service Stop (standby-bypin unlocked. The control panel only sends a Service Stop Report if a Service Start Report was transmitted).

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