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    1. Information!!! Slides include notes (more details about every slide information). If you look presentation by yourself please use mode “Normal view” (not mode “Slide Show”) and read the notes below (in Notes panel)

    2. Intruder Alarm SystemCA 62 Installation / Slides 3-17 / Programming / Slides 18-30 /

    3. Part OneInstallation

    4. Part1 - Installation Connecting of mains transformer 220 V AC Electrical Network Supply 17 V AC Electrical Supply for the Panel Transformer 17 VA

    5. Part1 - Installation Backup battery Battery which doesn’t need maintenance. DC, 12 V / 7Ah or 4Ah

    6. Part1 - Installation Ground connection Attention!!! If there is a bad grounding in the building or it is missing, DO NOT make this connection!

    7. Part1 - Installation Connecting of keypads (LED or LCD) Keypad LED 62 Rear view Keypad terminal line Keypad wires: 4-Core Shielded Wire Zone 1: 2-Core Unshielded Wire Keypad Zone 1 1 K Optional with jumper

    8. Part1 - Installation Power supply for external devices – 12 V DC Output 12 V DC Line 12 V DC +12 GND +12 GND External Sirens PIR and Smoke detectors Power Supply Parallel connection PIR 1 PIR 2

    9. Part1 - Installation Connecting of outdoor siren Output for siren 12 V DC +-12 V Zonе 2,….6 COM Tamper Siren terminal line

    10. Part1 - Installation Connecting of indoor siren Output for siren 12 V DC +12 V 0 V / +12 V Siren terminal line + -

    11. Part1 - Installation Connecting of magnetic contact Z 2 COM C 1K Normal close contact NC Magnetic contacts mounted on doors and windows Magnetic contact

    12. Part1 - Installation Connecting of PIR detectors Connecting Zones Output 12 V DC Balance resistors (1K ) Zone and Tamper +12 GND TAMP REL PIR Detector

    13. Part1 - Installation Connecting of “panic” button Z5 COM C 1K Normal closed contact NC “Panic” button

    14. Part1 - Installation Connecting of fire detectors Connecting Zones Output 12 V DC The PGM must be set for Fire Reset with active state +12 V DC 24h Fire Zone EOL 1K Relay Base (12V) Fire detector with relay base (12V)

    15. Part1 - Installation Connecting of phone and telephone line PSTN 1- PSTN – the phone line is connected to lines А and В without requirement for the polarity. 2- Phone – it’s connected to lines А1 and В1 without requirement for the polarity. Phone

    16. Part1 - Installation Direct programming with PC Standard cable “USB to mini USB” USB PC + software ProsTE

    17. Part1 - Installation Remote programming with PC PSTN PC + software ProsTE

    18. Part TwoProgramming

    19. Part 2 - Programming Accessing the engineering menu • Step 1: [ Enter the engineering code ] • Default code: [ 7777 ] • Step 2: [ Enter four digit code ] • Step 3: [ Enter Value] • Step 4: [ Press ENTER] • You are confirming the operation.

    20. Part 2 - Programming General operations with keypad * Digits from 1 to 12 will beam or not on the LED keypad until you are programming you depending on the programming address. *Each parameter is activating by pressing the button with the relevant number * Press [ENTER] *Choose the next address for programming.

    21. Part 2 - Programming Zone types and attributes Zone types Parameter Attributes 1 Parameter Auto Bypass 1 Unused 0 Entry/Exit 1 Bypass 2 Follow 2 Instant 3 Stay 3 Fire 4 Panic 5 Force 4 Tamper 6 Double 5 Medical 7 Key-switch 8 E/E Final 6 Auxiliary 9 Addresses: 2011 for zone 1, 2021 for zone 2 ... 2121 for zone 12. Addresses: 2010 for zone 1, 2020 for zone 2 ... up to address 2120 for zone 12 The zone is not being used Automatic bypass of the zone by reaching a number of activations Provides time to arm or disarm site It’s active only when the system is armed Zone which can be bypassed It’s active only when the system is armed. This zone is not going to be armed in stay mode 24h Fire alarm zone 24h Panic zone If the zone is opened its not going to arm until it’s recovered 24h Tamper zone 24h Medical zone Double knock type zone Key-switch, 24h Burglar alarm zone 24h auxiliary zone It performs like Entry/Exit zone

    22. Part 2 - Programming Zone types and attributes 2 Attributes 2 Attributes 3 Pulse/Latch 1 Bell Delay 1 Full/Stay 2 Silent 2 Disarm Enable 3 Video on Armed 3 Write to log 4 Zone attachment Chime 5 PART A 1 PART B 2 Addresses: 2012 for zone 1, 2022 for zone 2 ... up to address 2122 for zone 12 Addresses: 2013 for zone 1, 2023 for zone 2 ... up to 2123 for zone 12 It defines the way the relay is acting for Key Switch zones The siren will sound when the programmed time is up Defines the type of arming – Full or Stay The siren will not sound in arm mode – silent panic Authorize arming or disarming of the system by this zone Triggers video recording on alarm even Addresses: 2015 for zone 1, 2025 for zone 2 ... up to address 2125 for zone 12 Write to log file The zone is attached to partition А Chime mode The zone is attached to partition А

    23. Part 2 - Programming Programmable outputs - PGMs Parameters 1 Parameters 2 Alarm 1 Medical 1 Panic 2 Ps/Bypass 2 Tamper 3 Fire 4 Siren 3 Fire Reset 5 Tech. TRBL 4 On/Off 6 Attachment Pulse/Latch 5 PART A 1 Polarity 6 PART B 2 Addresses: 3010 for PGM1…up to 3040 for PGM 4 Addresses: 3011 for PGM1…up to 3041 for PGM 4 Activates by event alarm in zone types: Entry/Exit, Follow and Instant Activates by alarm event in 24h Medical zone type. Activates by alarm event in Zone type panic Activates by event tamper In the system Activates by bypassing of a zone. Activates by alarm event in 24h Fire zone type Activates by alarm event in the system. Activates 4 seconds after a valid user code Activates by arming or disarming the system Activates by faultevent in the system. The output way of activation. If we have Key-Switch zone type. The PGM is attached to PART А The PGM is attached to PART В The active state of the output Addresses: 3012 for PGM1…up to 3042 for PGM 4

    24. Example: Programming of Zone 1 In this example zone 1 is Entry/Exit zone type with delay and submenu Force type. [ 7777 ] Enter the engineering code. [ 2010 ] Enter address. ( Zone 1 ) [ 1 ] Defining type 1.Entry/Exit zone type. LED 6 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 2011 ] Enter address. ( Zone 1 ) [ 4 ] Choose attribute Force. LED 4 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 2012 ] Enter address. ( Zone 1 ) [ 5 ] Choose attribute chime. LED 5 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 2013 ] Enter address. ( Zone 1 ) [ 2 ] Choose Full Arm. LED 2 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 2015 ] Enter address. ( Zone 1 ) [ 1 ] Choose attach to PART А. LED 1 is on. [ENTER] Confirm the operation.

    25. Example: Programming of PGM 1 [ 7777 ] Enter the engineering code. [ 3010 ] Enter address. ( PGM 1 ) [ 1 ] Choose parameter 1.Alarm. LED 1 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 3011 ] Enter address. ( PGM 1 ) [ 2 ] Choose parameter Ps/Bypass. LED 2 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 3012 ] Enter address. ( PGM 1 ) [ 1 ] Choose attach to PART А. LED 1 is on. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation.

    26. Example: Programming of Entry/Exit time and bell time for partition A [ 7777 ] Enter engineering code. [ 4010 ] Enter address – Exit time. ( PART А ) [25 ] Set 25 second. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 4020 ] Enter address – Entry time. ( PART А ) [ 15 ] Set 15 seconds. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 4012 ] Enter address – Bell time. ( PART А ) [ 02 ] Set 2 minutes. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 4013 ] Enter address – Bell time delay. ( PART А ) [ 0 ] Set 0 minutes. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation.

    27. Example: Setting date and time [ 7777 ] Enter engineering code. [ 0030 ] Enter address. ( Internal watch ) [1245 ] For 12:45 o’clock. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation. [ 0031 ] Enter address. ( Date ) [ 0101 ] For 01.01. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation.

    28. Example: Changing manager’s code 1 (Code by default – 0000) [ 0000 ] Enter valid manager’s code. [ PRG ] Press PRG. [210 ] Enter address. ( For change ) [ **** ] Enter the new code – from 4 to 6 digits. [ **** ] Enter the code again. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation.

    29. Example: Changing user’s code 1 (Code by default – 1111) [ 1111 ] Enter user’s code. [ PRG ] Press PRG [0 ] Enter address. ( For change ) [ **** ] Enter the new code – from 4 to 6 digits. [ **** ] Enter the code again. [ЕNTER] Confirm the operation.

    30. Part 2 - Programming Technical problems code 1.No 220 V power supply. 2.No battery. 3.Fuse burned. 4.No phone line. 5.No communication. 6.Active tamper within the system. 1 2 3 4 5 6 No 220 V power supply No battery Fuse burned No phone line No communication Active tamper within the system To see the problem: TRBL = determinate it and press ENTER

    31. Thank you for your time...Ask our technical support:support@teletek-electronics.bg