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If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details.If you wish to opt out, please close your SlideShare account. Learn more. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Due to this service you'll save your time and get an essay without plagiarism.CCCC oooo nnnn tttt rrrr oooo llll PPPP aaaa nnnn eeee llll. Engineer’s. Reference GuidePage 1Moving Around.14. Common Options with Menu Numbers.17. Programming Zones.18. Reporting a Mains Fail on a PSU.30. Programming Setting Modes.31. Programming Entry Times.38. Programming Keypad.44. Programming Linefault Modes.58. Programming Panic.60. Programming Reset Modes.66. Programming Sounder Levels.68. Programming Engineer Code.72. Programming Service.73. Programming Custom Screens.75. Programming Alarm Confirm (Notes).80. Programming Alarm Confirm (Scenarios).82. Programming Alarm Confirm.84. Linefault Sounders Description.93. Engineer Reset.94Power Supply Rating.98For Indoor Use Only. This equipment is intended only for use as a Security Alarm Control Panel. AdequateThe unit must be fixedAll mains wiring must conform to the relevant current IEEE wiring regulations (orSee Mains Supply Connection sectionAll wiring must be protected from sharp or jagged edges. All low voltage (alarm) wiring must be to the appropriate international regulatoryReplacement fuses should be of the same type and rating conforming to IEC 127. The maximum current draw from the unit for all output combinations must not exceed. The unit is intended for use with a suitable re-chargeable lead acid batteryAll documentation and manuals must be thoroughly read by suitably qualifiedThe unit has no user serviceable parts inside.http://bluecrowncapital.com/files/ecodan-air-source-heat-pump-manual.xml

Internal access should only be by suit-Provision is provided for an earth connection within the mains input connector block,Battery Fuse. An in-line Battery Fuse has now been incorporated into this product. The fuse ratingPlease ensure correct battery charge on comple-Page 2. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideCPX Engineer’s Reference GuideUpon completion of the installation the engineer may, if required, re-program severalThe CPX control panel uses 32 character LCD Remote Keypads for control of theFactory Default Codes are. Default Master User Code 5678. Default Engineer Code 1234Option Formats. When an option cannot be changed the display will show a: rather. Pressing the No key is disregarded and the panel will react asConsideration in locating the fixing position of the Control Panel should be given to. Access for the routing of cables for the system from detection devices,The position of the underside retaining screw. The fixing of a 3 amp fused spur with disconnection facility. When fitting the RKP(s) consideration should be given to. Operation of the keypad. Readability of the display. The Panel should be fixed to the wall using appropriate wall plugs and No.8 screws atWiring Considerations. With the exception of the mains wiring all interconnections should be made with. Good wiring practice should be observed throughout the installation and the followingNever run alarm cables parallel to mains cables, telephone cables or anyWhenever you have to cross mains cables with alarm cables ensure that you. Whenever possible wire the mains connection for the control panel back toNever tap into lighting circuits that have fluorescent lighting units on them. Page 4. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideA 230V a.c supply should be taken directly from the consumer unit. In order to complyPage 5. CPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Consumer UnitFused Spur Control Panel Mains. Terminal Block. Mains. Connection ColoursPage 6. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideRKPsarewiredStrobe - Trigger.http://ets-sptk.ru/pic/file/ecodan_homeowner_manual.xml

Bell - Trigger. Bell Hold-Off - SupplyDefaultEngineerCodePowerUp. WhilstversionNo.ThiswillnotDefaultConnectionsavailableareUp to four remote keypads may be fitted to the eurosec CPX control panel. Each. Keypad offers a 32 character backlit LCD. A four core connection will be required between the control panel and remote. Note: 680 Ohm resistor must be fitted to ONE RKP. If the RKPs are wiredNote: Each keypad must be programmed onto the system in order for it toNote: Depending on the variant of keypad fitted external G-Tag Proximity. Reader(s) may be fitted to each Remote Keypad. Note: Please refer to the back of this manual if the Control Panel has beenPage 7. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideRKPs are wiredDigi Modem. The eurosec CPX control panels feature an onboard Digi modem. The Digi provides allTelephone Connections. Page 8. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideBell-Trigger. BellHold-Off-SupplyTerminal 2Terminal 3Terminal 5Terminal 2Terminal 3Serial. Telephone. ConnectionTerminal 2Standard. ConnectionPage 9. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideCPX Control PanelTamper ZoneONLY when 9 (EOL)End of Line Zone Wiring. Multiple units can only be used with BS Standard. If using EN2, one unit per zone.Standard (2 Wire) Zone Wiring. Please see following page for further wiring modesMore Zone Wiring Methods. Page 10. Where Anti-Mask detectors are used, one of the following wiringELF1 wiring is used for detectors that have aMask. The installer should check what output typeTypical ELF1 Typical ELF2. ELF2 wiring is used for detectors thatNote: For ELF2 wiring format the 12KMask. Zone Doubling: Detector on Zone 1 will be Zone 1 and the. Doubled Zone will be Zone 9, Zone 2 will be Zone 2 and the Doubled. Doubled Zone. The Zone triggered will be identified through theZone Wiring (2 Wire). TZ (Tamper) AZ (Alarm). Contact. Zone Wiring (EOL). AZ (Alarm). ContactOne GardTec Radio Zone Expander may be fitted directly to the RS485 Bus connec-Radio Zone Programming.

When programming Radio Zones the zone numbering for the Radio Zones will start atResistor Colour Codes. Page 11. CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideGrey. Red. BrownBlue. Orange. BrownViolet. BrownRed. BrownCPX Engineer’s Reference GuideEngineer Code. The following default routines are available.It is ESSENTIAL that a 4 6 YES NO reset is doneFor commissioning systems for use with. GardTec Remote use this option.CPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Reset of the factory defaults and entering Engineer Mode:-. Note: It is ESSENTIAL that a 4 6 YES NO reset is done to all new systemsThe display will show, for example:-The display will show:-. This may show for several minutes.Selecting 1:BS - Panel may be programmed to comply with the old BS4737. Standards. DD243 requirements will still apply. Selecting 2:EN2 - Panel may be programmed to comply with EN50131-1 for. Grade 2 Systems. DD243 requirements will still apply.This may show for several minutes. The display will then show:-The Authorisor code isThe display will show:-. Note: It may be required that an engineer has to be authorised by a userEurosec CPX xx-xx. Please Wait. Select StandardCode. Do you want to. Use ENGNR. Mode. Program Zones.... - - -. Zones. Note: This document assumes that 2:EN2 has been selected.CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideEnter Engineer mode as described on page 13. The display will show:-. Whenever three underscores are shown on the display the screen is a header. Pressing the NO key will move to the next header. Pressing the YES key whilst viewing a header will enter into the options under thatPressing 0 will escape back one step (except when a numeric entry is required). You are able to jump to various common options when programming by entering theWith a Header showing, key in the appropriate menuBelow is given a complete list of headers (Shown in Bold Underline) and options thatZones. Program Zones. Zone Types. Zone Descriptors. Zone Wiring. Event Tags. Setting Modes. Setting For Full Sets.

Setting For Part 1 Sets. Setting For Part 2 Sets. Setting For Part 3 Sets. Setting Delay. Setting Sounders. Setting Conformation. Auto Part Set. Entry Times. Entry Time 1. Entry Time 2. Bell Type. Bell Tamper Mode. Bell For Part Set. Keypad Alert 1 Keys. Keypad Alert 2 Keys. Quick Key. Number of Keypads. Keypad Backlight ModeCPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Digicom. Type or Test. Vo-Comm. Start Delay. Channels. Line Fault Modes. Line Fault Sounders. Line Fault Mode in Exit. Line Fault Log Mode. Line Fault Detect Time. PA Mode. Duress Off (To conform with EN standards. Duress is defaulted to Off and cannot be changed). PGM 2 Mode. PGM3 Mode. Timer 1 On Time. Timer 1 Off Time. Reset Modes. Mains Fail Delay. Alarm Reset. Tamper Reset. Abort Time. Sounder Levels. Chime Level. Key Beep Level. Custom Output 1. Custom Output 2. Custom Output 3. Custom Output 4. Custom Output 5. Custom Output 6. Custom Output 7. Custom Output 8. Engineer Code. Engineer CodeCPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. In conclusion, the Yes and No Keys are used to navigate. The No Key is also used toIf you are confident in programming the CPX Control Panel please use the headersOtherwise. Please continue with the next section for a Step by Step Guide to programming the. CPX Control Panel. Only the major options will be covered in the Step by Step sections. AfterService. Time To Next Service. Service Tel No. Custom Screens. LCD Status Display. LED Status Display. List Event Log. Change List Diagnostics. Alarm Confirm. Window Time. On Entry. Sounder Mode. Reset Mode. Secondary Time. ET Mode. Bell Mode. Strobe Mode. Comms Restore. Keypad OpeningYou are able to jump to various common options when programming by entering theWith a Header showing, key in the appropriate menu number,Page 17. Menu Jumps toMenu Jumps toCPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Programming ZonesThe display will show:-The Authorisor code isThe display will show:-This is Engineer Mode.Zone Type you require is displayed.Zones. Program Zone.

Types. Enter Authorisor. Code. Use ENGNR. Mode ?CPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Zone Types available are:-Full Alarm if Control Panel is Set. Access. Will allow to pass through on exit.Internal Sounder if Unset. Full alarm if Set. Remains active in Engineer Programming Mode. Zone used as last exit point (will terminate exit time if setting mode is set to. As Access if Control Panel is Full Set. PanicActive if Control Panel is Set. Unset or in Engineer Programming Mode. May only be tested via EngineerAlert. Internal Sounder Only, Recorded to Log when Unset. Recorded to Log when SET. Fire. Will give Fire alarm when activated (pulsed sounders) with Control Panel SetRemains active in Engineer Programming Mode.Exit Mode must beMonitor. Will write to the log once only in any one set or unset unless chime isKSW BatLine Fault. When used, acts as a Line Fault input to the control panel. Fault. When used, will act as an Fault input to the control panel when an internalMask. When used, will act as an input to the control panel if the detector has beenNote: Fault and Mask are treated as 24Hr but trigger a Fault Sound in Day (Unset) Mode. The FaultCPX Engineer’s Reference GuideWe will now be changing the Zone Attributes. Options available are. Remove- The zone may not be Removed (Omitted) by the end user. (Part. Sets are still allowed). Knock Zone (2 activations required within time window or zone leftOff Zone is turned Off (Use with caution). Norm Key Zone is a Keyswitch Zone for a normal type Keyswitch. Bias Key Zone is a Keyswitch Zone for a Bias (momentary) type KeyswitchYou should repeat from Step 7 until you haveThe display will show:-Program Zone. Descriptors ?CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideThe display will show for example:-As the desired character is displayed press the. Yes key to move on to the next character. Continue until the line is complete.No 0 Yes. Delete 1234567890 Enter CharacterFor example:-The display will show:-. Zone 001. Descriptors ?

CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideNote: Zone Response time is defaulted to 400ms and may notNote: Zone response time may be programmed as a globalThe time programmed for this option will apply to all zones, there is no option for individual responseThe display will show:-. Wiring Modes available are.End Of Line wiring, this is the most secure wiring format.Note: For information on how to wire for the various wiring modes please referIf selecting 9 (EOL) follow steps 24 through to 26.Press Yes.Program Zone. Wiring. Zone ResponseOn-Board Zones. On-Board Zones. On-Board EOLCPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Three wiring options are available under 9 (EOL). Norm: Standard GardTec wiring configuration without Mask or Fault detection. Note: Does not give any Fault or Masking detection and should only be used with Zone pairing. ELF1: ELF1 wiring is used for detectors that have a relay output (a pair of terminals)ELF2: ELF2 wiring is used for detectors that have a transistor output (a singleNote: We would recommend that either ELF1 Format or ELF2 Format (dependant on detector output type. Relay or Transistor) is used. ELF1 or ELF2 wiring modes will allow for Alarm, Tamper, Fault and Masking to beNote: The installer should check what output type the detector are, noting that all the detectors should be of theThe display will show:-Zone Pairing. A zone is used to monitor Masking and Fault. This is achieved by selecting Zone Pairing as on. Zone Pairing cannot be used in ELF1 or ELF2When using Zone Pairing each zone will have a corresponding paired zone that will be used for. Masking and Fault signals. This is done by using the Odd numbered zones for the normal alarmFor example. Please note that half the zones on the system would be lost for processing the Mask and FaultRadio ZEX. On-Board Pairing. Alarm Zone. Zone 1. Zone 3. Zone 5. Zone 7Zone 2. Zone 4. Zone 6. Zone 8CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideThen press YES. The display will show:-Otherwise. Press No until the display shows:-.

Radio ZEX. Radio ZEXCPX Engineer’s Reference Guide. Comprehensive instructions on how to setup and program the Radio ExpansionAny 12Hr type zone(s) may be placed on Test. A Zone on Test will never triggerIf the Zone(s) fails the Test when theAfter 20 successful Sets and Un-Sets the Zone(s) will be taken out of Test by theYes and jump to Step 43. OtherwiseThe display will show for example:-Step 38. Program Radio. Functions. Attributes. Test None. Test 003CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideThree Part Sets are available on the CPX control panel. Zones added to the PT-1Otherwise. Press No. The display will show:-The display will show for example:-Pt-1 None. Pt-2 None. Pt-1 004CPX Engineer’s Reference GuideOtherwise. Press No. The display will show:-The display will show for example:-Two Chime suites are available on the CPX control panel so for example youWhen the system is Unset opening the. Front Door will produce a Chime. Opening the Rear Door will produce a different. Chime. It should be noted that Chime must be programmed as On from the user mode. Please refer to the User Manual for details. Pt-2 005. Ch1 NoneCPX Engineer’s Reference GuideOtherwise. Press No. The display will show:-The display will show for example:-Otherwise. Press No. The display will show:-The display will show for example:-. Ch1 001. Ch2 006. Ch2 NoneCPX Engineer’s Reference GuideYou may continue within this section to program. Secondary Zones. Perimeter Zones. Double Knock Time Window. Zone Re-Arm. Zone Log Limit. Event TagsHeader. Or.

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