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1 ABUS WIRELESS ALARM SYSTEM These installation instructions are published by Security-Center GmbH & Co. KG, Linker Kreuthweg 5, D Affing/Mühlhausen. All rights including translation reserved. Reproductions of all kinds e.g. photocopy, microfilm, or storage in computer systems require the express written permission of the publisher. Reprinting prohibited, even in part. These installation instructions correspond to the state of the art at the time of printing. We reserve the right to make changes to technology and equipment. Liability for printing errors and technical changes excluded. Copyright 2007 by Security-Center GmbH & Co. KG / Printed in Israel.

2 ABUS WIRELESS ALARM SYSTEM These installation instructions are an important product accessory.they contain important installation and operation information.bear this in mind if you pass the product on to others. Store these installation instructions in a safe place for future reference. For a list of contents with page numbers, see page 3.

3 Chapter 1 Contents Chapter 1 Contents Chapter 2 Software installation Chapter 3 Overview of the software menu options The Upload/Download window Chapter 4 Creating a new client Chapter 5 Connecting to the client Chapter 6 Panel status Chapter 7 Installer menu System parameters Devices Zone parameters Utility outputs WL button Follow Me Chapter 8 End-user menu Scheduling User settings User operations Chapter 9 Comm Chapter 10 Eventlog

4 Chapter 2 Software installation Follow these instructions to install the ABUS Up/Download software on your PC. 1. Insert the CD-ROM supplied in your CD/DVD drive and open the ABUS folder. 2. Double-click the UploadDownload icon. 3. You receive a security warning. Confirm with Run. 4. The Installation Wizard starts. You are then asked to select a setup language. 5. Select a language and click Next. 6. The installation now takes place in the selected language. Click Next when prompted to do so. Following installation, reboot your PC. The software is now installed on your PC and can be used. To start the software, either run the program via the Start menu -> Start- >All Programs ->ABUS-> >ABUS, or quite simply double-click the shortcut on your desktop. 2-4

5 Chapter 3 Overview of the software menu options After starting the program, you are asked to enter your password. The factory default of this password is abus. Enter this password and press OK. The factory default of this password is: abus The software starts. 3.1 The Upload/Download window Change settings in the Installer menu Change settings in the End-user menu Link to the ABUS wireless alarm system to load and save data Read and save the event log Change the communication settings, save and read the program memory, print information, and select the language Create new clients, search for clients using search patterns, and save client information 3-5

6 Chapter 4 Creating a new client To make changes to your ABUS wireless alarm system, you first have to create a new client. Select the Clients dropdown menu. You can now change the information on the Client information page. Select New client. After entering data, select Save client. You can now print the input data under Print client. Enter a serial number under Client Number. Enter a name. Enter a telephone number. Enter a U/D telephone number. This number is dialled if you make a remote call by modem. Enter the city, the state and the ZIP code. Enter a comment. Select Remote for a modem connection. Select Local for a USB connection. After creating a new client, you can program it. You can program the client offline (i.e., you are not connected to the client) or online (i.e., you are connected to the client by a modem or USB. Chapter 5 Connecting to the client There are two ways of connecting to the client: By modem By a direct USB link Before connecting, make the connection settings. You change these settings in the Options dropdown menu. Select System configuration. Select Remote COM Port (modem) for a modem connection. This is usually port 1. For more information, see the Hardware Manager of your PC. Select Direct COM Port for a direct USB connection. This is usually port 2 or 3. For more information, see the Hardware Manager of your PC. Select Print options to change the printer settings. Select Interface Language to change the software language. 5-6

7 After changing the configuration settings, go to the Client information window and select Loca for a direct USB connection or Remote for modem connection. If you select Local, you can start programming the equipment. If you select Remote, you first have to connect to the client. To do this, select the Comm dropdown menu. Select Upload all to transfer data from the client to the PC. Select Download all to transfer data from the PC to the client. Select Dial to panel to establish a remote connection. Chapter 6 Panel status Select End-user -> Status -> Status Display to obtain the following overview of your wireless alarm system. Under Zones, you see an overview of all zones. Green: not monitored Red: monitored Grey: bypassed Under Trouble, you see an overview of all possible faults. Select a zone with the mouse and click this button to bypass or include the zone. Select Arm or Disarm to arm or disarm the system. The Accessory field gives you an overview of the state of connected accessories. Freeze: Freezes the current screen display. No sound: Disables sound signals. Save: Saves the current screen. Press this button to synchronise the panel time with the PC system time. A green bar shows that a connection exists. A red bar shows that no connection exists. 6-7

8 Chapter 7 Installer menu To program your wireless alarm system, use the Installer dropdown menu. In this menu, you can set the following: Select System to program system macros and the PIN code. Select Communication to make settings for alarm calls. Select Devices to make settings for wireless sounders. Select Zones to make settings for zones. Select Utility outputs to make settings for relays. Select User codes to define authorities of the user PINs. Select WL button to make settings for remote controls. Select Follow Me to program alarm events for which the telephone number is to be called. 7.1 System parameters Under System parameters, you program the system settings. The exact settings are shown in the installation instructions. Enter the settings accordingly or click the corresponding items. Click a menu option to enable it. Some settings have to be selected from the dropdown menu. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. Make the settings under System und Commuication in the same way. 7-8

9 7.2 Devices Under Devices, you make the settings for the wireless sounders. Select Installer -> Devices -> Sounder. Select the siren type: External Internal None Select whether the siren emits an alarm signal and/or an acknowledgement. Select how long the external siren emits a visual alarm. Select the strobe frequency. Select the duration of the visual acknowledg ement. Select whether the siren emits a visual acknowledgem ent. Make your settings in the dropdown menu. Click a menu option and then select a setting from the next menu. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. 7.3 Zone parameters Under Zone parameters, you make the settings for the zones. Select Installer -> Zones -> Zone parameters. Enter the zone label via the keyboard. Select the zone type from the dropdown menu. Enter the partition (1, 2, 3) via the keyboard. Select the zone sound from the dropdown menu. For wired zones, select the zone termination and the response time. From the dropdown menu, select Force arming, Confirm and Supervise. Make your settings accordingly. Some settings have to be selected from the dropdown menu. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. Make the settings under Zonenverkn[pfung and Auto Test in the same way. 7-9

10 7.4 Utility outputs Under Utility outputs, you make the settings for the switched outputs. Select Installer -> Utility outputs. Enter the utility output label via the keyboard. Select the configuration (pattern) from the dropdown menu. If an output was selected as N/O Pulse, select the pulse duration. If you select the Zone group, you can define here whether one or all zone events have to be fulfilled for activation/deactivatio n. Select the group event: System Partition Zone Code Select the event in the next menu. Assign the output to a key. Make your settings accordingly. Some settings have to be selected from the dropdown menu. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. Then program the authority levels of the user PINs. 7.5 WL button Under WL button, you make the settings for 4-channel wireless remote control.select Installer -> WL button. On the keyboard, enter the partition (1, 2, 3) that can be operated with a remote control device. Select the function of the keys: Key 1 arm Key 2 disarm Key 3 small key Key 4 large key Make your settings accordingly. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. 7-10

11 7.6 Follow Me Under Follow Me, you make the settings for the events that cause an alarm to be transmitted by telephone. You also define the remote access phone code that has to be entered if you want to access the system from outside by telephone. Select Installer -> Follow me. Enter the remote access phone code via the keyboard. This code has to be entered by telephone to dial into the system. For every phone number, doubleclick Event. A new menu opens. Select the events for which you want to be called by phone. For every phone number, doubleclick Event. A new menu opens. Select the events for whose reset you want to be called by phone. Intruder alarm The call starts when an intruder alarm is triggered. Fire alarm The call starts when a fire alarm is triggered. Emergency.Alarm The call starts when an emergency alarm is triggered. Panic alarm The call starts when a panic alarm is triggered. General tamper The call starts when a tamper alarm is triggered. Remote programming The call starts if someone attempts to program the alarm system from outside. AC off The call starts if a power failure is registered. Duress The call starts if the system is deactivated by a duress code. Arm (by partition) The call starts if the system or a partition is activated. Disarm (by partition) The call starts if the system or a partition is deactivated. Bypass The call starts if at least one zone is bypassed. Wireless zone lost The call starts if at least one wireless detector fails. W. Low battery The call starts if at least one wireless detector reports Bell trouble The call starts if the siren output is faulty. False codes The call starts if a bad PIN code is entered 3 times. Low battery The call starts if the standby power supply fails. Wireless receiver jamming The call starts if the radio traffic fails. Bus trouble The call starts if the internal bus fails. After making your settings, confirm the dialog with OK. You can now make the same settings for resetting events, i.e., if the event is reset. Another dialog box opens, but not all event resets are available. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. 7-11

12 Chapter 8 End-user menu To program your wireless alarm system, use the End-user dropdown menu. In this menu, you can set the following: Select Status to display the status of the system. Select Scheduling to program a schedule for the automatic arming/disarming of the system. Select User settings to program user PINs, enter Follow Me numbers, and activate voice messages. Select User operations to arm/disarm partitions, activate utility outputs, override tampering, and test system components. 8.1 Scheduling Under Scheduling, you set the system time and date and the time of the next arming and disarming operations. You can program up to 16 schedules for arming/disarming the system automatically. You can also program holiday times. Select one of 16 schedules. Give the schedule a name. Select the function for this schedule. Arm/Disarm Arm/disarm the system Utility outputs Arm/disarm relays User limit Access restriction of user PINs Select the type of arming: internal/external Select the same/different times for every day. Select a partition, a utility output or the user PIN. Select two time periods per day. Between the Start and Stop time, the system is armed, the output is armed, or the user PIN is valid. Select 00:00 and 00:00 to deactivate the time period. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. Program arming times for the holidays in the same way. You can program max. 20 days in this way. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. Confirm the dialog with OK. 8-12

13 8.2 User settings Under User settings, you program the user PINs, the Follow Me numbers and the types of messages to be transmitted. In the dropdown menu, select User PIN. Enter the user s first and last name and a four-digit user PIN. You cannot make any changes to the authority level and the partition authority. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. The data is transferred to the client and the Application succeed dialog box opens. The client emits a brief signal tone. Confirm the dialog with OK. In the dropdown menu, select Installer to program the Follow Me numbers. Program the Follow Me numbers. Enter A for a dial pause. In the dropdown menu, select whether the alarm system can be programmed via this Follow Me number. In the dropdown menu, select whether you can listen in to the alarm system via this Follow Me number. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. The data is transferred to the client and the Application succeed dialog box opens. The client emits a brief signal tone. Confirm the dialog with OK. In the dropdown menu, select voice messages to program the messages that cause alarm transmission. Select the appropriate message structure from the dropdown menu. Select whether the corresponding action causes alarm transmission. After making all settings, send the data to the client. Click to send the screen data and confirm with Yes. The data is transferred to the client and the Application succeed dialog box opens. The client emits a brief signal tone. 8-13

14 8.3 User operations Under User operations, you can perform system functions such as arming and disarming partitions, controlling utility outputs, etc. You can also test partitions. Select functions and confirm the dialog. Chapter 9 Comm Under Comm, you can upload screen data or all data, and send screen data or all data to the client. You also use this dropdown menu for calling the system via a modem (remote) connection. Upload screen Select to upload data from the client. Upload screen Select to upload data from the client. Upload screen Select to upload data to the client. Upload all Select to upload all data to the client. Verify screen Select to compare screen data with client data. Wait for call Select to program the software so that it waits for an incoming call from the system. Dial to panel Select to call the number saved under U/D number. Hand over Select to hand over a call. Hang up Select to terminate a call. Message to LCD Keypad Select to send a text message to the LCD display of the system. Chapter 10 Eventlog Under Eventlog, you can read the system event log. Upload all Select to read all system data saved so that you can view it later under View. The data is saved in an event log. Upload recent Select to read the latest system events. The data is saved in an event log. View Select to view the events downloaded from the system. View from file Select to view a saved file of an event log

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