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Concord 4 Security System Advanced Training

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  1. Concord 4 SecuritySystem Advanced Training

  2. Please Silence Cell Phones and Pagers Thanks!

  3. Class Objectives • Upon completion of the course the trainee will be able to: • Plan • Install • Program • Test • Troubleshoot • Operate • A basic system. • (Assessment Test at end of course)

  4. Concord 4 Series Security Systems • Concord 4 Integrated – 600-1021-95R • Concord 4 Commercial – 600-1040

  5. Concord Line Feature Set Wireless Hardwire Two-Wire loop 2 amps power Siren Driver Siren Driver Latchkey Chime Keyswitch arming Scheduling Outputs Status voice Home automation Cell backup Phone control Light control Activity timer TP panics Dialer delay Duress Auto stay arm Two-way voice Daylight savings Dealer code Dial tone detect Open/Close Phone test Pager support Installer code Partitions Exit extension Siren supervision Phone panics Quick arm Sleep delay CID/SIA Jam Detect Program report SnapCard Recent closing Swinger shutdown PC download Alarm verify Battery test

  6. Concord 4 Concord 4 and Commercial Feature 96 (8 onboard) 6 Partitions 230 Users 2 Plus 1 Siren Driver 16 Bus Devices 12VDC at 1 amp Max Zones Partitions Users Outputs # Bus Devices Power Output

  7. How to build a system Zone Expansion 8Z Input SnapCard 4 Relay Output SnapCard Output Expansion 2X16 LCD’s 2X20 LCD/VFD Fixed English Touchpads Phone Interface/Voice Energy Saver Wireless Gateway Automation Cell Backup Two-Way Voice Voice Misc. Modules

  8. 2X20 VFD Display (60-804-04) 2X20 LCD Display (60-803-04) Touchpads – All Bus Devices Fixed English Display (60-820) Fixed English Display FTP-1000) 2X16 LCD ATP 2600 Touch screen GTS 50 2X16 LCD ATP 2100 2X16 LCD Display (60-746-01) LCD Display ATP 1000

  9. Installation

  10. Bus Module Installation • 16 Total Bus Devices, Auto Addressing • Connections made at panel or from another bus module • Connect using Star, Daisy Chain, or Homerun configurations Star Daisy Chain Homerun

  11. Power-Up Procedure • Connect back-up battery • Verify wiring (no loose strands) • Connect transformer to panel • Plug transformer into a non-switched outlet. • No power switch, panel will power up

  12. Programming

  13. Initial Power-up • Auto-addressing of all SuperBus 2000 devices wired to the panel • LCD and VFD Touchpads display “Scanning Bus Devices” • FED Touchpad displays “Bus Scan” • If nothing displays, verify wiring and correct bus device Scanning Bus Devices

  14. Codes • Installer Code - (4321) • enter system programming • Cannot be deleted from panel • Dealer Code - (****) • protects CS phone numbers, dealer code • Downloader Code - (12345) • Must match in Toolbox as well (Account #, and Dealer Code also!) • System Master - (1234) • User programming, system operation

  15. Programming • A LCD or VFD Touchpad must be use for programming (No FED) • Programming header on-board to allow programming at the panel • Only one Touchpad can be used for programming at a time

  16. BUS SCAN… • A BUS scan can occur the following 4 ways… • 1. Power Up • 2. Memory Clear • 3. Manually (0+1) • 4. Download Scanning Bus Devices

  17. Program Header Touchpad Beep • Follow this step only if the touchpad you are programming from is not staying on the system. (Fixed English Touchpad) • 8 + Installer Code (4321) + 0 + 2 • You will hear a confirmation “beep” letting you know your service touchpad is active SAT JAN 01 12:00 PM P1

  18. Programming • Enter System Programming… • 8 + Installer Code (4321) + 0 + 0 • Touchpad displays “System Programming” • Clear Memory… • Use “B” key to scroll to “Clear Memory”, hit “#” to accept followed by Installer Code “4321, #”. SYSTEM PROGRAMMING CLEAR MEMORY

  19. Programming “Hints” • “#” selects menu item or data entry • “*” deselects menu item or data entry • “A”&”B” scroll through available menu options • “C” enters pauses in phone numbers • “D” deletes certain settings • “1”&”2” off and on • “1-6” press and hold to enter letters A-F in account numbers • “7”&”9” * and # in phone numbers SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

  20. Navigating • Two methods to navigate through system programming… • Flowchart Method • Shortcut Method SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

  21. Flowchart Method

  22. Shortcut Method • Simply enter shortcut number to jump to program item • Shortcut numbers can only be entered from a tier location • Shortcut numbers located in flowchart boxes SHORTCUT 0135

  23. Simplify Programming • Review program shortcut listings and verify which settings need to be changed from defaults • Create a program quick guide using shortcut numbers • Use the system planning worksheets in the installation manual Enter System Programming 8 + 4321 + 00 Central Station Phone Number 01000 + Number + # + * + * + * Central Station Account Number 0010 + Number + # + * + * + * Exit Delay Time to 90 Seconds 0011 + 090 + # + * + * + * Exit Program Mode * + * + * + * + A + #

  24. Sensor/Zone Programming

  25. Sensor/Zone Programming • A zone is an individually identifiable point of input to the system. • Hybrid control panel (hardwire, wireless) • Zones are partition specific • Any zone can be either RF or hardwire, normally open or closed • Zone terms: • Trip Supervised • Restoral Type

  26. Factory Pre-Programmed Zones The Concord Control Panels provide pre-programmed hardwire zones for ease of programming.

  27. Sensor Groups SENSOR GROUP 10 • Sensor Group (Type) Number • Specific number used to tell the panel how to react when it hears a sensor activation • Commonly used Groups • 01 Key Fobs, RF Touchpads • 10 Entry/Exit Delays • 13 Perimeter Instant • 17 Motion Detector • 25 Special Chime • 26 Fire Detectors

  28. Edit Sensors • Allows the changing of a sensors group number without deleting • Use Edit Sensor menu to view sensor information in system S01 – Zone/Sensor Number P1 – Partition Number G13 – Sensor Group Number NC – Normally Closed HW – Hardwired Back Door – Sensor Text RF – Wireless Sensor TP – Touchpad NO – Normally Open S01 P1 G13 NC HW BACK DOOR

  29. Sensor Text • Only LCD and VFD Touchpads can display specific sensor text. • Concord PIV will speak all words from 3-digit library • Use Toolbox (PC Downloader) for larger systems SN 1 ITEM 0 050 - DOOR

  30. Sensor Text • 16 Item Numbers per sensor (0-15) • If a word is in the library, it only takes up one item number • If using custom words (not in the library), each letter takes up one item number • Remember to include a “space” (#221) between custom words • “000” deletes item numbers SN 1 ITEM 2 006 - ALARM

  31. Output Programming • Concord - 2 on-board open collector outputs • Outputs are programmed using a 5 digit number i.e. 01400 • First 3 digits are the trigger (what needs to happen for the output to activate) • Second 2 digits are the response time (how long the output is activated for)

  32. Output Programming CONFIGURATION 01400 • First 3 digits are the trigger (what needs to happen for the output to activate) • Second 2 digits are the response time (how long the output is activated for) Keychain Touchpad Star Button activating an output

  33. Programming Exercise • Enter Quick Programming Menu • Acct # 98AC2 • Phone 9 (pause) 18005551555 • Learn Zones • 1 – Group 10 • 2 – Group 13 • 3 – Group 17 • 4 – Group 26

  34. Programming Exercise • Program hardwire zone as a Keyswitch • System should arm when zone tripped and disarm when restored

  35. Programming Exercise • Set system to dial Central Station phone number 1 for alarms only • Set system to dial Central Station phone number 2 for trouble conditions • Set pager 1 to receive messages for alarms only

  36. Programming Exercise • Create the following outputs • Light a red LED when the system is armed and a green LED when the system is disarmed • Open overhead garage door when star button is pressed on the keychain touchpad • Create a LED that follows the system status (off when system not ready) • Setup a motion detector that releases a door when activated (RTE)

  37. Testing

  38. Testing the System • A system should be tested after initial install, whenever new equipment is added, after any service work. • The following tests are available: • Zone/Sensor Test • Phone/Communication Test

  39. Zone/Sensor Test – (8 + CODE + 3) • Which code is used to enter zone test makes a difference how the system reacts • Installer Code – Provides full wireless signal strength testing • Master Code – Provides a single beep to confirm device operation

  40. Zone/Sensor Test – (8 + CODE + 3) • Before testing zones the installation site should be setup in a everyday situation • Close doors,windows, and cover motion detectors • Document sensor testing information for future reference if troubles should arise • Test each device and verify a passing signal is received

  41. Sensor Test • 8 + 4321 (Installer Code) + 3 • Trip all sensors in the system, as devices are tested they are removed from memory • Listen for an acknowledgement tone for each sensor if a low tone is heard retest sensor and verify proper location

  42. Zone Test – Concord Systems • Pass/Fail Test • During a Dealer Sensor Test the strength of the receiver is lowered to ensure during normal operation signals are heard • When a wireless or hardwire device is tripped during the test a pass or fail signal will be announced

  43. Communication Test • 8 + 1234 (Master Code) + 2 • The system calls the Central Station and verifies proper communications Phone Test

  44. Communication Test – 8 + Master Code + 2 • Before initiating test contact Central Station • Display reads “Phone Test” allow at least 2-3 minutes for completion of test • If after 3 attempts the Central Station is not reached a failure message will appear • Verify Phone Number • Verify Phone System • Verify Dialing Method • Verify Phone Wiring

  45. Testing • Outputs – verify proper operation of outputs • Sirens – Trip[ alarm and verify proper siren operation • Light Control – Using touchpads turn light on and off • Verify system arms and disarms with all available codes

  46. Troubleshooting

  47. Troubleshooting • Have the proper tools • Eliminate the panel first • Verify programming options if communication errors • Utilize Toolbox to check event buffer • Do not clear memory before calling Tech Support 1-888-GE Security

  48. Trouble Beeps • Sounded at hardwired touchpads, and through interior sirens • Silenced by pressing the Status key located on the touchpad (only silenced for 10 hours if the trouble is not fixed) • Initially sound at the S-Time or immediately if a specific option is turned on. • If the system is armed trouble beeps will not sound from 10pm to 8am.

  49. AC Power Failure Low Battery Sensor Supervisory Sensor Trouble Sensor Low Battery Sensor Tamper Phone Failure Trouble Receiver Failure Receiver Interference Memory Failure Auxiliary Phone Trouble Bus Failure Unit # Trouble Conditions