Honeywell 3-144 manuale d’uso

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    User Guide Galaxy 3-48C, 3-144, 3-144C, 3-520, 3-520C Honeywell Security[...]

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    iii T able of Content s Introduction ...................................................................................... v i i Compliance and Approvals ............................................................. v i i KEYP AD INFORMA TION ..................................................................... 1 General ..........................[...]

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    iv Fault and T amper Conditions ............................................................ 7 Resetting Fault and T amper Conditions ........................................... 7 Overriding Fault and T amper Conditions when Setting .................. 7 MENU OPTIONS ................................................................................. 8[...]

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    v Zones ........................................................................................................................... 1 4 L og ............................................................................................................................... 1 4 Al l ........................................................................[...]

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    vi ALARM AND HELP MESSAGES ...................................................... 34 Alarm In Progress ........................................................................................................ 3 4 Pa Reset Required ...................................................................................................... 3 4 Manager Reset[...]

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    vii INTRODUCTION The Galaxy 3 Series alarm system is a microprocessor controlled system which has been designed using the latest software and hardware technology . First and foremost, the Galaxy 3 Series meets all your security needs. The engineer will program and commission the system to your own exacting requirements. W arning: There are no user [...]

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    1 KEYPAD INFORMATION General The Galaxy Alarm system is controlled by Galaxy Mk7 Full Alpha Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) keypads. A maximum of 8 keypads can be connected to the Galaxy 3-48 control panel, 16 keypads to the Galaxy 3-144 control panel and 32 keypads to the Galaxy 3-520 control panel. Number Keys (0 – 9) These keys are used to enter [...]

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    2 Enter Key (ent) The ent key accepts and processes entered data. Valid actions are performed and the next option is accessed. Escape Key (esc) The esc key aborts the current option to return to the previous option level. Any option modification made prior to the option being aborted is erased. Successive pressing of the esc key returns the user to[...]

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    3 SETTING THE SYSTEM Before Setting Before setting the system ensure all doors and windows are secured and areas protected by movement detectors are free from obstruction. Entering A Pin - User Type 2.1 - 2.2 As each digit is entered the keypad responds with a bleep and displays a *. When all the digits are entered, press the ent or A > key to s[...]

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    4 Sounder During the setting period the sounder emits a continuous tone if all of the zones are closed. If a zone is opened during the setting period, the sounder begins to pulse. The sounder also pulses during the last 25% of the setting time to indicate time running short. Zones Open The exit time will reset should any zones be open or opened dur[...]

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    5 MAX SETTING OPTIONS Setting with User Cards/T ags/Fobs MAX user cards/tags/fobs can be used to set the system. This is done by assigning a MAX user card (tag or fob) with one of the setting options. When the MAX card is held against a MAX module for five seconds, the MAX function is activated. For example, if the MAX function assigned is 13 = Par[...]

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    6 UNSETTING THE SYSTEM Normal Entry Unsetting starts immediately when the FINAL door is opened or an ENTRY zone is activated. The sounder pulses slowly and the user must go directly to the keypad and enter a valid PIN, followed by A> , <B or ent . Users with group choice, will access the UNSET screen following PIN entry. This permits the user[...]

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    7 Fault and T amper Conditions When a fault or tamper condition occurs in the unset state, an alert condition is activated. This consists of an intermittent beep at the keypad and/or a visual alert on the keypad. A user should enter their code at the keypad and press ent . The condition causing the fault or tamper will be shown. Use the A>and &l[...]

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    8 MENU OPTIONS The Galaxy 3 Series provides various menu options for modifying the functional perform- ance of the system. There are two menu structures: Full Menu Only accessed by authorised users including the master manager code and by the engineer. Quick Menu A selection of options from the full menu. The quick menu is the default menu access f[...]

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    9 Accessing The Menu To access the menu enter a valid code and press the ent key. If there are any outstanding system faults, these will be displayed first. Where there is more than one fault a > symbol will be displayed and the scroll keys can be used to view them. Pressing the ent key again takes the display into the menu. The Full Menu or Qui[...]

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    10 Omit Zones (User Type 2.3 and Above) Purpose This option allows the user to omit zones before setting the system. Zones must be eligible for omission otherwise they will not be displayed. Note: Zones remain omitted for one set period only. Selecting Omit Zones Enter the QUICK MENU. The 0=OMIT ZONES option is displayed. Press the ent key to selec[...]

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    11 Atm 1/2/3/4 Zones ATM zones are omitted by entering one of the ten ATM codes (last 10 users). To select this option enter an ATM code followed by the ent key. Use the A> key to scroll through the four ATM zone options (ATM1 to ATM4) and select by pressing the ent key. A preprogrammed ATM delay time will expire before omitting all ATM zones wi[...]

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    12 Chime (User Type 2.3 and Above) Purpose The Chime mode is switched on and off by this option. When the Chime mode is on, any zones that have been programmed by the engineer for chime will activate momentarily when opened. Note: Your system may not require any zones of this type. Selecting Chime Enter the QUICK MENU. Press key 2 followed by the e[...]

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    13 Status The current status of the zone is displayed as circuit information, e.g. Open or Closed. This information alternates with function information. Description The zone description, if programmed, is displayed on the bottom line of the display. The descriptor is assembled from alpha-numeric text and describes the zone in detail, e.g. West Off[...]

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    14 Additional Information The # key can be used to reveal additional information on some types of events. This information is displayed on the bottom line. The information includes details such as zone descriptors, user types and which keypad was used. Printing If a serial printer is connected to the system, a system history can be printed by press[...]

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    15 Walk Test (User Type 2.5 and Above) Purpose The Walk Test option provides a method of testing the zones to ensure that they are operating correctly. There are two options available: 1. All zones can be tested 2. Selected zones can be tested In both cases the sounder indicates an open zone. The test is recorded in the log. Wire-free zones also sh[...]

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    16 Time/Date (User Type 3.6) Purpose The Time/Date option allows the user to modify both the time (hours/ minutes) and the date (day/month/year). Selecting Time/Date Enter the QUICK MENU. Press key 7 followed by the ent key. Once the Time/Date option has been selected, the time or date can be se- lected by pressing the A> or <B key. Changing [...]

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    17 Codes (User Type 3.6) Purpose The Codes menu option enables the managers, (user type 3.6), to assign, modify and delete the codes that allow users to operate and access the system. The codes option is divided into two sub–menus: 1. User Codes Sub divided into 10 menus (depending on whether the group and MAX Mode options are enabled) that deter[...]

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    18 Selecting Codes Enter the QUICK MENU. Press key 8 followed by the ent key. User Codes When the Codes option has been selected, press key 1 to access User Codes . Display each of the user numbers using key A> . Each user number offers options for PIN, level, name and where applicable time zones and groups. When the user number to be modified i[...]

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    19 Modify Type Each user is assigned an access type which determines the menu options available to the user (see T able 1. Menu Options). On selecting this option, enter the type to be assigned to the user and press the ent key to accept the programming and return to the previous menu level. See T able 3. User Access Levels, for access availability[...]

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    20 • Quick Menu All user codes default to the quick menu. This menu is made up of a selection of ten options (0 – 9) from the menu options 11 – 49. The user code type controls access to the quick menu. Any user can be upgraded from the quick menu to the full menu by assigning a * to the user while the Modify Level option is accessed. Therefor[...]

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    21 Temporary Codes Temporary Codes allow a PIN to be temporarily allocated to a user. On selecting this option, enter the number of days (0 – 99) that the code is to remain active. The default setting of 0 indicates that the code is permanent. A temporary code expires and is removed from the codes list at midnight after the assigned number of day[...]

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    22 Modify Groups This option determines the system groups that the user has access to and operational control over. The Modify Groups option is only available when the Group Mode has been enabled by the engineer. The system defaults to groups disabled. Groups allocated to the user are displayed when the Modify Groups option is selected. All users d[...]

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    23 • Group Choice Users can be allocated to more than one group, but also have the choice of which of the allocated groups to view, set or unset. Pressing * key while assigning groups to the user assigns the group choice feature. Notes: 1.The manager has fixed access to all system groups. This cannot be reprogrammed. 2.The manager is assigned gro[...]

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    24 Max Function The MAX card can be assigned to a single menu option. The user must be authorised to access the menu option, either by the user level assigned or by having the menu option access type changed by the engineer. The default option is Not Used . A new option is assigned by scrolling using the A> or <B keys until the required optio[...]

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    25 Pin Warning This option determines the number of days notification before the expiry date of any user codes programmed as PIN Change . During the notification period, the user is prompted to enter a new code on entry of the expiring PIN. The default period is 99 days, with a programmable range of 1 – 99 . If a user does not assign a new code b[...]

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    26 Trace (User Type 3.6) This option provides a record of the most recent alarm activation. The Trace option records the details of the setting and unsetting of the sys- tem immediately before and after the alarm activation and the first 5 events occurring during the alarm activation. This information is main- tained in the trace until the next ala[...]

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    27 The groups that are affected by the programmed holiday period are assigned using the 2=Assign groups function. On selecting the Assign Groups option, the groups currently assigned to the programmed holiday periods are indicated by a Y below the group; an N is displayed below the unassigned groups. All groups default to Y. Pressing the group numb[...]

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    28 5=Late Work The Late Work option authorises an Autoset Extension in advance of the prewarning period. 6=Weekend Work The Weekend Work option unsets the system at the weekend. If the Weekend Day is programmed other than 0 = OFF (default), on the next occurrence of the programmed Weekend Day , the Timers adopt the times they have on the assigned P[...]

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    29 Group Omit (User Type 3.6) This option allows a type 3.6 type code to block omit all the omittable zones that are open at the end of the confirm time in a group or multiple groups. All zones in the required groups that have the omit attribute enabled are omitted when this option is selected. Groups can be omit- ted and reinstated without setting[...]

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    30 Remote Access (User Type 3.6) This menu option allows control of remote servicing connections. Re- mote servicing is a procedure which allows the installer to service the alarm system remotely via a phone line or similar connection. The 1=Service option enables the user to control the access mode of the remote servicing package. There are 4 comm[...]

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    31 Access Authorization (User T ype 3.6) Menu Option 48 allows access to be authorized for engineers for system programming and for managers in order to add/delete/change all user codes. 1 = Engineer The engineer code is assigned programmed as dual by default. This prevents the engineer from accessing engineer mode unless authorized to do so by a v[...]

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    32 AVOIDING FALSE ALARMS False alarms are inconvenient and may be costly. Police can withhold response from consistent offenders. Here are nine points to help avoid false alarms. 1. Be sure you fully understand how to operate the alarm system. In your absence someone thoroughly instructed, should be available to operate the system. 2. Before leavin[...]

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    33 ZONE REFERENCE TABLES e n o Zn o i t c n u Fn o i t p i r c s e De m i h Ct i m Ot r a P 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 6 0 0 1 7 0 0 1 8 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 4 1 0 1 5 1 0 1 6 1 0 1 7 1 0 1 8 1 0 1 O I Re n o Zn o i t c n u Fn o i t p i r c s e De m i h Ct i m Ot r a P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 O I Re n o Zn o i t c n u Fn o i t p i r c[...]

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    34 ALARM AND HELP MESSAGES Alarm In Progress The system is currently in alarm condition and must be cancelled by a valid PIN or keyswitch operation. Pa Reset Required After a PA (Personal Attack) zone has been activated, the system has to be reset by a high level code (such as a manager or engineer depending on the reset level setting). Manager Res[...]

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    35 INSTALLER DETAILS Name: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Address: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------[...]

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    36 IU1-0033 Rev 2.0 © Copyright Honeywell Security[...]