Orbit Manufacturing Rokonet ORBIT-6 RP-206 User Manual

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INSTALLER MANUAL

VER. B

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Customer Information

1.The ORBIT-6 (Model RP-206) complies with FCC Part 68 Rules. On the upper panel of this product is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN is 0.8B). If requested, this information must be provided to the Telephone Company.

2.An FCC compliant telephone connector is provided with this equipment. This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a connector, which is Part 68 compliant.

3.If the ORBIT-6 (RP-206) is not operating properly, it may cause harm to the telephone network. If so, the Telephone Company will notify you in advance that a temporary discontinuance of service may be required. If advance notice is not practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if it is necessary.

4.The Telephone Company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures, which could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the Telephone Company will provide advance notice in order to enable you to make the necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the Telephone Company may request that the equipment be disconnected until the problem is resolved.

5.Connection to telephone company-provided coin service is prohibited. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs.

6.If trouble is experienced with the ORBIT-6 (RP-206), for repair and warranty information, please contact your supplier.

For service centers please see back cover.

FCC Warning

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced Radio/TV technician for help.

Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by Rokonet, Ltd., could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

This equipment has been approved to Council decision 98/482/EC – “TBR 21” for pan-European single terminal connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs provided in different countries, the approval does not, in itself, give an unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN termination point.

In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance.

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Copyright © 2001

by Rokonet Ltd.,

14 Hachoma Street

Rishon Letzion 75655

Israel

All rights reserved.

No part of this document may be reproduced in any form without prior written permission from the publisher.

5IN206IM B

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Summary of User’s Commands

It is necessary to ARM your system to obtain protection from intrusion.

All other forms of protection, including fire and 24-hour panic alarms (i.e. police, fire, and medical) are always ready to report alarms and do NOT need to be armed.

This page, called a Command Summary, is intended to give you brief summaries of common system operations. More detailed explanations and related information can be found within, by referring to the user manual.

FUNCTION

 

PROCEDURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

System Arming

[USER CODE] + [ARM]

Stay Home Arming

[USER CODE] + [STAY]

Instant Stay

[STAY] + [STAY]

System Disarming

[USER CODE]

Duress Disarming

[DURESS CODE]

Silencing an Alarm

[USER CODE]

Bypassing / Unbypassing a

[ Q ] + [ 1 ] + [USER CODE ] + [ ZONE NUMBER TO BE

Zone

BYPASSED / UNBYPASSED]

Quick Bypassing Zone

[ ZONE NUMBER TO BE BYPASSED ] for at least 2 seconds

Reset Smoke Detector(s)

[ Q ] + [ 2 ] + [USER CODE ] + [UTILITY OUTPUT NUMBER

which is responsible for resetting the Smoke Detector]

 

 

 

Utility Output Operation

[ Q ] + [ 2 ] + [USER CODE ] + [ UTILITY OUTPUT NUMBER ]

Display Troubles

[ Q ] + [ 3 ]

 

 

Display Memory

[ Q ] + [ 4 ]

 

 

Setting/Changing

[ Q] + [ 5 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [CODE NUMBER TO BE

a User Code

SET/CHANGED] + [NEW CODE]

Set Date

[ Q ] + [ 6 ] + [ 1 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [MM] [DD] [YY]

Set Time

[ Q ] + [ 6 ] + [ 2 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [H][H] [M][M]

*Set Auto Arm Time

[ Q ] + [ 6 ] + [ 3 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [H][H] [M][M]

Set Follow-Me Phone No. 1

[ Q ] + [ 7 ] + [ 1 ] + [MASTER CODE] + Phone No. + [ #]

Set Follow-Me Phone No. 2

[ Q ] + [ 7 ] + [ 2 ] + [MASTER CODE] + Phone No. + [ #]

**Set Follow-Me Phone No. 3

[ Q ] + [ 7 ] + [ 3 ] + [MASTER CODE] + Phone No. + [ #]

**Set Follow-Me Phone No. 4

[ Q ] + [ 7 ] + [ 4 ] + [MASTER CODE] + Phone No. + [ #]

Maintenance:

 

 

 

On/Off Buzzer

[ Q ] + [ 8 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [1]

On/Off Door Chime

[ Q ] + [ 8 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [ 2]

*On/Off Audible Kiss-Off

[ Q ] + [ 8 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [ 3]

Indication

 

 

 

Get Event From Event

[ Q ] + [ 9 ] + [MASTER CODE] + [EVENT NO.]

Logger

 

 

 

Test System

[ Q ] + [ 0 ] + [MASTER CODE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LED

Trouble

 

 

 

 

1

Low Battery

 

 

Trouble Table

 

2

AC Power Loss

 

 

 

3

Clock Not Set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Communication Trouble

 

 

 

 

5

Bell Loop Trouble

 

*New in Version 1.2

 

 

 

**New in Version 1.3

 

 

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to the ORBIT-6..................................................................

6

Main Features:..................................................................................

6

Installation............................................................................................

7

Before You Begin..............................................................................

7

Technical Data .....................................................................................

8

Installer Programming ..........................................................................

9

The keypad.......................................................................................

9

Restoring Factory Defaults to the ORBIT-6 .......................................

9

Introduction to Programming .............................................................

9

Programming your Orbit-6...............................................................

10

Viewing the Contents of a Location .................................................

11

Locations Whose Contents Occupy More Than One Digit ...............

12

Audible Tones and Error Beeps ......................................................

12

How to program installer parameters...............................................

12

A Programming Tutorial ..................................................................

12

GENERAL SYSTEM PARAMETERS: Locations 00–05 ....................

14

SYSTEM CODES: Locations 06-10 ..................................................

15

SYSTEM TIME: Locations 11-13 ......................................................

16

Intrusion Zone Types and Zone Sounds: Locations 14-21..................

16

SPECIAL ZONE TYPES:....................................................................

18

Utility Outputs: Locations 22-25 ........................................................

19

Communication Parameters: Locations 20–21....................................

22

Digital Communicator Controls: Location 26....................................

22

Central Station Protocols: Location 27-28......................................

23

Understanding the Code Format .....................................................

24

Upload/Download Rings: Location 29............................................

25

System Controls: Location 30 ...........................................................

25

Periodic Test Time: Location 31 .......................................................

27

Communicator Reporting Codes: Locations 32 through 85.................

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INTRODUCTION TO THE ORBIT-6

The ORBIT-6 is intended to address the needs of many homes, offices, and small businesses. Its operation is designed around microprocessor and EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) technology, which stores, without the need for a source of power, the system’s operating program and its programmable parameters.

System programming may be performed from any ORBIT-6 keypad, or from a special LCD Programming Keypad designed specifically for that.

Remote and local system programming is also possible through the use of Rokonet’s ORBIT Upload/Download software.

Main Features:

Zones (end-of-line resistor required 2200 ohm)

6 Programmable Intrusion Zones

Special type: Zone 5 – Fire Zone, Zone 6 - tamper zone

One Fixed Panic Zone input on the keypad (not on keypad RP206KL6)

3 Keypad Emergency Zones (Panic, Fire, Special Emergency)

Alarm Sounder Output

Programmable Bell/Siren or Loudspeaker Output

Capacity: 750 mA (maximum)

Auxiliary Output for Peripheral Devices

Capacity 250 mA (maximum)

Built-In Digital Communicator

For Central Station communications (two phone numbers)

For Upload/Download functions

For follow-me functions

Keypads

Up to 4 LED/LCD keypads can be connected

Utility Outputs

One transistor-driven (open-collector) triggered output

Security Codes

Two Installer Codes

One Master (User) Code

Nine User Codes (all may be used as duress code)

Periodic Testing

Daily test report to central station

Optional Peripherals

Four relay outputs expansion

Voice Module

Event Log

Event log of 100 events

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INSTALLATION

Before You Begin

Be sure the actual work is performed by experienced personnel, licensed to carry out security system installations and capable of implementing all applicable requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA-70 and NFPA-74), as well as any federal, state, and local codes–along with any safety guidelines and regulations which might apply.

Mounting and Wiring the Control Panel (refer to figures 1A, 1B & 1C on pages

32, 33 & 34)

1.Mount the ORBIT-6’s metal cabinet at a protected dry location, near a source of unswitched AC Power, a good ground, and access to telephone service. Use the proper hardware (e.g. anchors, mollys, toggle bolts, etc.), as required, to insure a suitable mounting.

2.Thread all electrical wiring through a convenient hole in the metal cabinet. To prevent potential damage, be sure that live AC power is NOT present and that the Standby Battery is NOT connected. Refer to Figures 1A and 1B. Your wiring may include any and all of the following:

connections to Hardwired Zones

connections to devices requiring Uninterrupted Auxiliary Power (e.g. PIRs, Glass Break Detectors)

connections to Smoke Detectors requiring Resettable Power

connections to any External Sounders

3.If using Utility Output, connect the UO/ECL output, this terminal is designed to activate a low current device (e.g. a 12 VDC Relay, drawing no more than 70 mA).

If using UO expansion module, connect the UO/ECL terminal to the ECL terminal input in the expansion module. In this case the first UO on the expansion module will become UO1. (see figures A1)

4.Make connections from the RJ31X (or equivalent) telephone company interface.

5.Make connections to the system’s keypad(s) by the correspnding wire colors.

6.Make connections to AC Power (via a 16.5 VAC, 25 VA transformer). Do not plug in the transformer at this time.

7.Have a Standby Battery ready (typically 12 VDC, 4 AH), but do not connect it at this time.

8.All zone inputs are End Of Line supervised, use 2200 ohm resistors (supplied).

9.When using 8 LED keypad, zones 7 & 8 are end-of-line supervised. Use 2200 ohm resisters (supplied) when the zones are not in use. For further wiring instructions of the 8 LED keypad, refer to Figure 1C on page 34.

10.If using a Key-switch, use a momentary key-switch. The receiver (if used) must give a pulse output and not on/off.

11.To connect the panic button use the white wire as (+) and the black wire as (-).

Note: The maximum distance between the panic button and the keypad is 30 meters.

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TECHNICAL DATA

Main Panel

Input power

16.5 V AC 25 VA via transformer

Rechargeable standby battery

12

V 4 A-Hours

 

Auxiliary Power

12

V DC 250 mA maximum

 

Bell/LS Sounder output

12

V DC 750mA maximum

 

Programmable output

Open collector Active pull down 70mA maximum

Cabinet Dimensions:

260X218X83 mm (10.2X5.1X3.3 “)

Weight

1.84 kg (4 lb)

 

Main Board (dimensions / weight):

80X167 mm (3.15X6.6 “)

0.17 kg (0.37lb)

Fuse F1

Auxiliary Power

0.5 A

Fuse F2

Bell/LS Power

1 A

Fuse F3

Battery Power

2 A

Keypads

 

6-Zone Keypad

8-Zone Keypad

Current consumption:

18 mA typical, 30 mA maximum

18 mA typical, 30 mA maximum

Control panel

4-wire up to 300 ft (100 m) from

4-wire up to 300 ft (100 m) from

connections:

panel

panel

Dimensions:

110X130X25 mm (4.3X5.1X1 “)

110X130X25 mm (4.3X5.1X1 “)

Weight:

0.19 kg (0.42 lb)

0.19 kg (0.42 lb)

Utility Output Expansion Module

 

Relay

Transistor

Current consumption:

10mA typical, 50mA max

10mA typical, 15mA max

Control panel connections:

4-wire up to 300 ft (100m) from panel

Contacts:

4 relays, 0.5 A, 24 V DC

4 O.C., 50 mA, 12 V DC

Dimensions:

53X85 mm (2.1X3.35 “)

Weight:

80 gr (0.18 lb)

Max. Run Length from Panel to Keypad

Wire

AWG

19

20

22

 

Ø (mm)

0.9

0.8

0.6

Length

Meter

200

166

100

 

Feet

660

547

330

Bell Loudspeaker Wiring Table (Distance in Feet)

 

AWG

18

 

19

20

 

 

22

Max.

Ø mm

1

 

0.9

0.8

 

 

0.6

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Current mA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100

780

238

625

190

495

151

310

95

300

260

79

208

64

165

50

103

32

650

120

37

96

30

76

23

48

15

Detectors Distance in Feet

AWG

 

18

 

19

 

20

 

22

 

24

Ø mm

 

1

 

0.9

 

0.8

 

0.6

 

0.5

Max.

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Feet

Meter

Current mA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20

3920

1195

3100

945

2460

750

2460

472

1550

296

30

2600

793

2060

628

1640

500

1640

314

1030

197

40

1960

597

1550

472

1230

375

1230

236

775

148

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INSTALLER PROGRAMMING

The keypad

The Orbit-6 can support up to 4 keypads, with a choice of 3 styles, 1 LCD type and two LED types from which virtually all features may be accessed. In addition to the functions it provides for the user, each of the keypads can be used by an installer to program the system parameters.

An attempt to enter an incorrect series of keystrokes will result with 3 error beeps.

All program location values (data) are displayed by zone indicators on the LED keypad in binary format.

Restoring Factory Defaults to the ORBIT-6

1.Your ORBIT-6 and at least one LED Keypad should already be wired together and/or physically installed

2.Remove all power from the Printed Circuit

3.Place the ORBIT-6’s J1 (DEFAULT) jumper over both corresponding pins. (See Figures 1A and 1B on page 32 and 33 ).

4.Reapply power (AC and/or Standby Battery) to the PC Board.

5.After a short beep is heard, remove the J1 jumper. The ORBIT-6’s default settings are now restored.

6.Check that the POWER LED is flashing. Depending on the state of the system, the READY LED and the Zone LEDs may or may not be lit.

Introduction to Programming

First, check that the panel’s J1 (DEFAULT) jumper is NOT covering both pins on the PC Board.

The ORBIT-6 stores information in 86 programming locations.

The data stored in any location is represented by numbers and/or letters. Some locations require just one digit, while most require two. Others (e.g. those used to store phone numbers and account numbers) may require several more digits.

It is not necessary to enter data into all 86 categories. Many locations have been factory-programmed with default parameters.

Note that power can be removed from the ORBIT-6, as its memory does not require a source of power to retain its information.

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Programming your Orbit-6

Programming Methods

Local

Requirements

LED or LCD keypads

The keypad must be wired to the Orbit-

 

 

6 panel.

 

Power must be applied to the Orbit-6.

Orbit Programmer

 

Easy programming of the control panel

The programmer will be connected and

parameters with menu driven LCD

receive its power from the panel.

display.

 

The programmer can store up to 10

 

Orbit-6 programming sets and copy it

 

directly to the panel. The programmer

 

supports both the Orbit-5 and Orbit-6

 

panels.

 

Orbit UD*

 

Local Up/Load Windows version from a

The software must be installed and an

personal computer.

Orbit UD Adaptor cable is connected

 

between the panel and the computer.

Remote

Requirements

Orbit UD*

 

Remote U/D Windows version from a

The software and applicable modem

personal computer.

with configured access to a telephone

 

line must be installed.

* Compatible with Windows 95/98/2000 & NT.

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Viewing the Contents of a Location

It’s often necessary to check the data stored in a memory location to be sure it’s correct. If improper data is found, it must be corrected in order to obtain the desired system response. The data in a location can either be a number (from 0-9) or a letter (from A-F). Doing so takes advantage of the hexadecimal numbering system. For our purposes, the characters A through F will be referred to as hexadecimal digits.

Whenever the Installer Programming mode is active, the first 4 keypad’s Zone LEDs (1-4) are used to reveal each digit in a selected location. By adding up the values assigned to the lit LEDs, the contents of any location can be determined. See table below.

ZONE LEDs

 

ZONE LEDs

I.D.:

4

3

2

1

Value:

8

4

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

0

off

off

off

off

1

off

off

off

ON

2

off

off

ON

off

3

off

off

ON

ON

4

off

ON

off

off

5

off

ON

off

ON

6

off

ON

ON

off

7

off

ON

ON

ON

I.D.:

4

3

2

1

value:

8

4

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

8

ON

off

off

off

9

ON

off

off

ON

A

ON

off

ON

off

B

ON

off

ON

ON

C

ON

ON

off

off

D

ON

ON

off

ON

E

ON

ON

ON

off

F

ON

ON

ON

ON

EXAMPLE:

Zone 4-ON Zone 3-off

Zone 2-off Zone 1-ON

TOTAL = 9

EXAMPLE:

Zone 4-ON Zone 3-off

Zone 2-ON Zone 1-ON

TOTAL = B

Hexadecimal Digits

In some locations you may be required to enter hexadecimal digits A - F to do so see the next table.

“A” is entered by pressing [STAY] + [1] “B” is entered by pressing [STAY] + [2] “C” is entered by pressing [STAY] + [3] “D” is entered by pressing [STAY] + [4] “E” is entered by pressing [STAY] + [5] “F” is entered by pressing [STAY] + [6]

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Locations Whose Contents Occupy More Than One Digit

When a location contains more than one digit, they cannot be viewed simultaneously. As soon as a location is accessed, the first digit is displayed automatically. Additional digits (if they exist) can be displayed by pressing the following keys:

Used to display the next digit in a location containing at least two digits; e.g. if 5-6-7-8 is stored in a location, the “5” is displayed first; by pressing , the “6” will be displayed; continue this

process to display the entire contents of the chosen location. Error beeps will be produced when it’s attempted to display digits which don’t exist

Used to move backwards among the digits stored in a location containing at least two digits. Error beeps will be produced when it’s attempted to display digits which don’t exist

Audible Tones and Error Beeps

To confirm an operation, a single, long beep will be heard. However, any improper use of the keypad resulting in an error or an unacceptable response will produce three rapid beeps. If heard, repeat the operation or exit the programming mode and try again.

How to program installer parameters

1.To enter the Installer programming mode:

Press 4 digit Installer code followed by # (factory default 0 2 0 6)

2.To move to a new location:

Press two digits of location followed by ARM

3.To enter data into the location:

Press data digits (0 - 9 digits including hexadecimal A-F) followed by #

4.To exit programming mode:

Press 4 digit installer code followed by ARM

A Programming Tutorial

To get acquainted with some programming basics, a short tutorial has been prepared. It involves changing the Installer Code from the factory default of 0-2-0- 6 to a sequence of your own choosing. If you can master this operation, subsequent programming should be easy.

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