1 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System LCD Keypads User Guide PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. 5 Hatzoref Street, Holon 58856, Israel
2 2 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. does not represent that its Product may not be compromised and/or circumvented, or that the Product will prevent any death, personal and/or bodily injury and/or damage to property resulting from burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise, or that the Product will in all cases provide adequate warning or protection. The User understands that a properly installed and maintained equipment may only reduce the risk of events such as burglary, robbery, and fire without warning, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such will not occur or that there will be no death, personal damage and/or damage to property as a result. PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. shall have no liability for any death, personal and/or bodily injury and/or damage to property or other loss whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or otherwise, based on a claim that the Product failed to function. Warning: The user should follow the installation and operation instructions and among other things test the Product and the whole system at least once a week. For various reasons, including, but not limited to, changes in environment conditions, electric or electronic disruptions and tampering, the Product may not perform as expected. The user is advised to take all necessary precautions for his/her safety and the protection of his/her property. This document may not be duplicated, circulated, altered, modified, translated, reduced to any form or otherwise changed, unless PIMA s prior written consent is granted. All efforts have been made to ensure that the content of this manual is accurate. Pima retains the right to modify this manual or any part thereof, from time to time, without serving any prior notice of such modification. Please read this manual in its entirety before attempting to program or operate your system. Should you misunderstand any part of this manual, please contact the supplier or installer of this system. Copyright 2005 by PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. You can contact us at: PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. 5 Hatzoref Street, Holon 58856, Israel SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Your HUNTER-PRO RSA alarm system has been registered in accordance with EN60950 and its rules. EN requires us to advise you the following information: 1. In this alarm system exists hazards of fire and electric shock. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this alarm system to rain or moisture. Pay attention: Telephone cords could be a good conductor for lightings energy. 2. Do not open the door of the alarm system. Dangerous high voltages are present inside of the enclosure. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. 3. This alarm system should be used with AC 230V50Hz, protected by anti electric shock breaker. To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, do NOT use any other power source. 4. Do not spill liquid of any kind onto the unit. If liquid is accidentally spilled onto the unit, immediately consult a qualified service. 5. Install this product in a protected location where no one can trip over any line or power cord. Protect cords from damage or abrasion. 6. Disconnect all sources of power supply before proceeding with the installation. Pay attention: do not install low voltage wires near by AC power wires they should be separated. 7. Connect the AC transformer output to the terminal block on the control panel as marked. 8. Connect the AC line cord to line power terminals as marked. (GND; N; L)
3 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS CH. 1: INTRODUCTION Main Features HUNTER-PRO RSA Signs and Abbreviations Key...6 CH. 2: KEYPADS Display Screen Keys Function Entering User Menu...11 CH. 3: ARMING & DISARMING THE SYSTEM Arming & Disarming via Keypad Arming/Disarming with Key Disarming the System Remote Control via Touch-tone Phone...17 CH. 4: PROGRAMMING & OPERATION Programming Codes Programming Time and Date Automatic Arming Private Dialer Telephone Numbers Chime Panic Smoke and Fire Detectors Alarm System Tests Canceling Keypad Buzzer Bypassing Zones Memory Log System Display...34 CH. 5: TROUBLESHOOTING Zones Names...38
4 4 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads CH. 1: INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your purchase of the HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System! Much care has been taken in developing the HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder alarm system, which will provide you with unprecedented peace of mind. The HUNTER-PRO RSA user-friendly operation and advanced features will professionally protect your home or business. HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System contains numerous features that allow it to befit the customer s individual needs, and yet remain easy to program and use both by the customer and the technician. Therefore, it is important to read this manual from cover to cover in order to familiarize yourself with the system and take full advantage of its features. To assure optimal safety and security, you should test the HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System once a week. For any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact your local PIMA distributor or PIMA directly at: PIMA Electronic Systems Ltd. Tel.: Fax: Up to date literature is available to download from our website:
5 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Main Features HUNTER-PRO RSA 9 zones in control panel Zone doubling for control panel on-board zones (total 16 zones) Expanded up to 32 zones with wireless add-on, local, and remote bus expanders Supports a wide range of partition options: Up to 16 partitions each with its own Account ID and Users Up to 8 subsystems each with different keypads, IDs, etc. Full supervision data of wireless detectors (supervision, low battery, tamper) Comprehensive Zone Tests for flawless installation: Walk Test, Soak Test, etc. Two options for viewing system status: Detailed: Scrolling events, zones and system s status PIMA Style: Status of all 32 zones is displayed simultaneously Four Subscriber dialing numbers with optional voice message Four Monitoring Stations phone numbers PIMA unique Integrated Digital Communicator (telephone, long-range radio) Supports split and double reporting to two monitoring stations with different account IDs LCD keypad with multilingual Menu-Driven screens for easy programming and operation as well as budget LED keypads Many alternatives for easy programming (Keypad, Fast Programmer, Local/Remote download software) Up to 24 users with various authorization levels Various accessories (mic, voice unit etc.) Memory Log up to 410 events (128 non volatile) Automatic Arming at a preset time and/or after a preset silence time System remote control via any touchtone telephone Sirens monitored and reported for wires cut to CMS Various test options for zones and devices
6 6 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 1.2 Signs and Abbreviations Key Regular key press Long key press, until confirmation beep is heard Press this key at any programming stage in order to return to root screen Default Master Code: 5555 Enabled User Code: LCD Zone Numbers: A code enabled, by Master Code, to enter User Menus Referring to the frame of zones engraved above and below the LCD display window, indicating the zones numbers.
7 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 7 CH. 2: KEYPADS HUNTER-PRO RSA works with PIMA s LCD keypads: RXN-400 and RXN-410, especially designed for maximum simplicity, durability and decorative design. The keypad is used for arming, disarming and programming the system as well as displaying time and date, system status information, events and defaults, memory log and more. Both keypad models are identical, except for the size of the display screen: RXN-410: Large screen 23 x 97 mm RXN-400: Small screen 15 x 60 mm Up to eight keypads can be connected to the system System display: Date & Time RXN JAN 04 12:40 System display: Zones Status ARM LED (green) Num & Function keys Fault LED (red) Navigation & Programming keys Drawing 1- PIMA LCD RXN-410 keypad with PIMA Display
8 8 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 2.1 Display Screen The display screen has two lines with 16 characters each. The upper line displays the time and the date. The lower line displays data regarding the system, such as events, faults and zone status. The user can choose between two display types: scrolling (fast zone display) and PIMA display. See section 4.12 on page 34 how to change displays PIMA User-Friendly Display All events and zones displayed in a single screen using signs and abbreviations Date System status Time J A N 04 P S00:22 - B _- -F-- _ Zone Status and Events Upper Line Display when there are up to 16 zones: Time, date and system status if system has 16 zones or less (see upper line display description in section 2.1.2). Lower Line Display when there are up to 16 zones, Or both lines display when there are more than 16 zones : The following signs appear next to the zone number/partitions that encircle the LCD screen: - Closed zone _ Opened zone B Bypassed zone A Alarm zone (zone triggering alarm) C Chime zone
9 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 9 S F L V T Shortcut zone (zone is shortcut) Failed zone (disconnected)/tamper event (in a wireless detector) Low battery in wireless detector Supervision signal: Wireless detector did nor report test to system Zone is in Soak test Scrolling The zone and event screens automatically interchange and display their status in a chronological order. Date System status J A N 04 P S00:22 T a m p er Event/Fault Time Upper Line Display Time and date System status displayed between time and date: P S R System communicating or testing PSTN line Siren ON Relay ON T System reporting to Monitoring Station via radio transmitter Lower Line Display Event alerts and faults Opened zones (OP) Alarmed zones (AL)
10 10 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 2.2 Keys Function Operating and programming the system commences by first entering the Master Code and then pressing any further required keys. However, a number of keys enable certain actions by a single long press, without the Master Code: Function Key After entering Master/User Secondary Function Code (short press) (long press) System Arming/Disarming Fast arming the system (if enabled by technician) Display arming, alarm, and fault histories - Temporary bypass of zones Arming the system to mode Home 1 (partial arming) Display menu (see section Zone Status Display ) Programming telephone numbers Arming the system to mode Home 2 (partial arming) Programming time and date Programming the user codes Programming zones for Chime feature Programming automatic arming and silent time per partition Programming key Programming key Programming key Programming key Test siren, battery, AC, and tel. line - Fast arming the system to Home 1 mode (if enabled by technician) - - Fast arming the system to Home 2 mode (if enabled by technician) Enabling/Disabling the Chime feature Smoke detector reset Clearing alarmed zone indication Display service Provider information
11 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 11 Programming key Display system s name and version 2.3 Entering User Menu In order to program and change data in the user level, you must first enter the User Menu. User Menu can be fully accessed by the system administrator (owner) when using the Master Code. Other users can also access the User Menu but are limited to the number of available functions according to their authorization level programmed by the system administrator (owner). To learn more about authorization levels and how to change them see Programming Codes on page Entering User Menu with Master Code To access the User Menu: Master Code User Menu Choose 1,2... Function key (see page 10) Entering User Menu with User Code If user is enabled by technician to enter the User Manu: User Code User Menu Choose 1,2... Function key (see page 10) If user is not enabled by technician to enter the User Menu (i.e., User Code arms/disarms the system), the menu can still be accessed as follows: User Code User Menu Choose 1,2... Function key (see page 10) When user selects a function (i.e., the corresponding key is pressed) that he or she does not authorized to, the system displays the following: Access Denied! Press END
12 12 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads CH. 3: ARMING & DISARMING THE SYSTEM The system can be armed and disarmed using one of four methods: Keypad Remote control or keyfob Automatically (arming only) Remotely via touchtone telephone, COMAX software, Internet, and GSM As a rule, the system should be armed ONLY when all zones (but those on the exit route) are closed and there are no faults (e.g., battery, mains, etc.) and/or events (e.g., fire, panic, etc.). It is possible to arm the system with open zones but these zones should be bypassed for the system to be armed (see Arming with Open Zones on page 13). 3.1 Arming & Disarming via Keypad System Messages During Arming Arming with Closed Zones (normal arming) Before arming the system, make sure all zones (except exit delayed zones usually zones on exit route) are closed: make sure that in the keypad display above/below all the LCD zones numbers there is not a _ sign blinking or an opened zone indication. The system can be activated using one of the following codes: User Code, Short Code, and Master Code
13 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 13 After entering one of these codes, the green control LED shall begins to blink, a beep will be heard from the keypad, and the display will show the exit delay message: Arming... Exit Delay 25 At the end of the exit delay, the green control LED shall stop to blink and stay on, the beep will stop, and the display will show the following message: System Armed Arming with Open Zone(s) When activating the system with one or more opened zones (that are not on the exit route, i.e., exit delayed zones), the keypad will produce a fastbeep and the display will show: Open Zone! Press OP:TOM ROOM Bypass or END OP:FRONT DOOR Scrolling line: Open Zones & Events To bypass open zones: open zones are bypassed & system armed To cancel arming: system returns to normal operation mode Arming with Master Code User Master Code Menu Choose 1,2... NOTE: The system s default Master Code is: Arming with User Code and/or Short Code Pressing the code shall arm the system immediately: Short Code User Code
14 14 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Arming the System to HOME Mode Arming to HOME 1 : Short Code or User Code Arming to HOME 2 : Short Code or User Code NOTE: After long pressing the HOME key (i.e. or ) and entering the short/user/master code, the following message is displayed: HOME 1 or HOME 2 according to the pressed key Fast Arming To quickly arm the system, if enabled by technician: Full Arming: Arming HOME 1: Arming HOME 2: NOTE: Exit delays in HOME 1 and HOME 2 can be disabled by technician Arming via the User Menu If user is enabled by technician to enter the User Manu: User Code User Menu Choose 1,2... If user is not enabled by technician to enter the User Menu, it can still be accessed as follows: User Code User Menu Choose 1,2...
15 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Arming with Keyfob Indication LED: lit when keyfob buttons pressed Arming Panic: pressing simultaneously both these buttons for 3 seconds Allocating Keyfob to User User Menu Master Code VISONIC s keyfob is designed for PIMA s IO-W wireless receiver. The keyfob remote control includes 4 buttons that allow 5 actions: arming, disarming, HOME1, relay control and panic. Up to 24 keyfobs can be added to HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System. Choose 1,2... the first user allocated to the system will appear (for example and X Add keyfob? Activate device confirmation User 1 (1) keys until designated user/or enter the user s number Add keyfob? ) scroll with press one of the keyfob s buttons and wait Device added! to exit. To allocate a different keyfob to a different user repeat this operation with the new designated user and keyfob After allocating keyfob to user the letter K will appear on the user code screen NOTE Disarming Relay HOME1 arming Up to 24 user code can be programmed and in addition 24 keyfobs.
16 16 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Canceling Keyfob for User User Menu Master Code Choose 1,2... the first user allocated to the system will appear (for example and Danny (1) K * ) scroll with keys until designated user/ or enter the user s number /or the designated code Delete keyfob? Please wait wait for confirmation Delete keyfob? Device deleted! to exit. To cancel a different keyfob to a different user repeat this operation with the new designated user and keyfob After canceling keyfob for user the letter K will disappear from the user code screen 3.2 Arming/Disarming with Key HUNTER-PRO RSA can be armed/disarmed with a key. Turn to the technician in order to install this feature. NOTE: It is possible for the technician to program the system to produce a short beep when the system is armed/disarmed with the key. 3.3 Disarming the System Disarming the System with User Code Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code
17 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 17 NOTE: If the system does not turn to Disarm state, make sure that the time is included in the preset time frame that enables disarming the system (see section in Programming User Codes ) Disarming the System with Master Code Master Code User Menu Choose 1, Remote Control via Touch-tone Phone The alarm system can be remote-controlled via any touch-tone telephone, including cellular phone. The system can be controlled from the moment there is communication between the system and the telephone, whether the system called the telephone, or when initiated by the user as following described. 1. Dial the telephone number the system is connected to 2. Wait for the system s confirmation tone (a long tone followed with two beeps) 3. Enter Master Code (note NOT to enter the code before the end of the confirmation tone) 4. Wait a few seconds until the alarm system confirms its status, using one of the two following tones: Continuous tone: System disarmed Beep System armed
18 18 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads NOTES: The system will not identify commands from the telephone while sounding the confirmation tone. It is important to wait until to confirmation tone is over before pressing the telephone keys that control the system. The alarm system confirms the command was received by two short beeps. There are two modes for controlling the system, as set by the technician MODE A - One touch control 5. Execute command by pressing a key on the phone. The following table includes system s commands by phone keys: Phone key: Function: 1 Arm the system 2 Disarm the system 4 Arm the system in Home 1 mode 5 Switch on the Relay 6 Switch off the Relay 7 Arm the system in Home 2 mode 8 Listen in (only available with a MIC-200) 0 Disables siren and dialer (in case of an alarm) MODE B - Enhanced control IMPORTANT! To activate each of the outputs: N & allocated phone keys To deactivate each of the outputs: K & allocated phone keys
19 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 19 General Control panel Output card Expanders 00 - Disable siren and dialer 01 - Arm 02 - Disarm 04 - Home Home Listen-in 11 - Siren 12 - Siren 13 - Relay 14 - SMOKE detector 15 - ON/OFF output 16 - ALARM output 21 - Output no Output no Output no Expander no.1 output 32 - Expander no.2 output 33 - Expander no.3 output NOTE During communication time between system and telephone, the following display will appear: Other keypad in use If the system receives no command within a minute, it will disconnect from the line and return to normal operation. Examples Disarm the system: Dial and wait for confirmation tone Master Code and wait for confirmation tone on telephone keys: K 0 2 Activate output No.5 on output card OUT-1000: Dial and wait for confirmation tone Master Code and wait for confirmation toneon telephone keys: N 2 5
20 20 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads CH. 4: PROGRAMMING & OPERATION 4.1 Programming Codes A code is a combination of numbers that allows programming, arming, disarming the system and more. During the programming process, the keypad s display will show the name of the code you want to program. At any stage of the programming, it is possible to return to the main menu by pressing the key. IMPORTANT! Pay attention that HUNTER-PRO RSA has a code-control feature that does not allow entering identical codes. For example, if one of the user (or master) codes is programmed as 1010, any attempt to program a new code as 1010 or starting with 1010 (e.g., 10101, 10102, 10103, etc.) will display an error message Programming Master Code The default Master Code is: The Master Code can ONLY be changed with the master code. The Master Code is used for accessing memory and programming different function as described further. It is also possible to arm and disarm the system with the Master Code. IMPORTANT! Pay attention that the code need to be between 4 and 6 digits:
21 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 21 Master Code User Menu Choose 1,2... Master Code New Master Code IMPORTANT! For better protection, change the default code after installation Programming Users The User Codes are mainly for arming and disarming, but depending on the user s authorization level, the user can also go into the User Menu and perform various tasks as viewing memory changing other users settings, program telephone numbers, etc. HUNTER-PRO RSA holds up to 24 different User Codes, 4 to 6 digits each. See Entering User Menu on page 11 for a description on how to access the User Menu with User Code. NOTE: A name can be programmed for each user, a time frame in which he will be able to disarm the system, allocated to one partition or more and specific authorizations. Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code The following screen will appear: Master Code User 1 * Enter user number (1-24) (Master Code) NOTE: An asterisk (*) placed to the right of the user s name means that the user has valid code programming. Following are the different options with user programming
22 22 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Changing (adding new) User Code User 1 number) (Use and to reach designated user / press user s Entr/Change Code User 1 ****** (4-6) New User Code (4 to 6 digits) Deleting User User 1 (Use and to reach designated user / press user s Delete Code number) IMPORTANT! After pressing, all user settings will be deleted! Entering User Name User 1 (Use and to reach designated user / press user s User Name number) User Name 1 User 1 Enter name. How to Select and Enter Characters? Each numeric code-entry key has characters associated with it the same as with standard cell phone letters. The number of key depressions you make determines which character is selected, e.g. the numeric key represents MNO6. To select M, press the key once; to select O, press the key three times. See bellow for all keys and their associated characters. Pressing the Pressing the key: moves the cursor forward one character key: moves the cursor backwards one character
23 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 23 Pressing the Pressing the key: saves the data key clears the display NOTE: User Name includes up to 8 characters (letters or digits) Each arming/disarming will enter the memory along with the user name, date and time (see section Memory Display on page 33) The order of the ABC letters is identical to that in a cellular phone.,?! 1 A B C 2 D E F 3 Cancel G H I 4 J K L 5 M N O 6 Next char. P Q R S 7 T U V 8 W X Y Z 9 Prev. char. ( ) / * : - + # Space, 0 Save The following example illustrates writing the word 7PIR : Character Key Pressed No. of presses Follow Key 7 5 P 1 I 3 R 3
24 24 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Modifying User Access User 1 X3 User Access UTCMBKA Set user s access NOTE: To scroll on Access Bar, use and keys. Marking a + under a parameter s letter authorizes the user to program this parameter. Marking a - denies this possibility. In order to change the mark from - to + (and vise versa) press To save data press User Access Bar (parameter letters) U User can program User Codes T User can program phone numbers C User can program time and date M User can view the Memory Log B User can bypass zones K User can operate partition via any keypad (when using partitions) A User can program auto-arming parameter Programming Users Disarming Time Period User 1 X4 Disarm Window User 1 00:00 To 23:59 Enter time This feature sets the time frame (start and end time) in which the user can disarm the system. By default, the user time is not limited (i.e., start: 00:00; end: 23:59).
25 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Programming User Partitions User 1 X5 Partitioning Part. For User Set user s partitions This feature links a user to a partition(s). When creating subsystems, there is also a keypad linked to each split (done by the technician), therefore the user can only arm/disarm and view the linked partition using the designated keypad. To enable a user to control his partitions from any keypad, the option K on the authorization bar should be set to +. With standard system installation (i.e. no partitions), all users are assigned by default to all partitions Programming Door Code This code controls the system s relay, for opening and closing electric gates, activating video cameras, and more. The relay can be controlled manually (directly pressed on keypad) and remotely via telephone (see section 3.4 Remote Controlling via Telephone ). NOTE: Each entering of a Relay Code changes the relay s status (ON to OFF and vise versa), OR the technician can program to activate it according to a preset time. When the relay is ON, the letter R appears on the display, left to the time. The Code is between 4 to 6 digits. Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code The following screen will appear: Door Code Enter new code (4 to 6 digits) to save new relay code press to exit.
26 26 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Programming Short Code This two-digit code can only arm the system. Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code X2 Short Code Enter new code (2 digits) to save Press to exit Programming Duress Code This code is useful when the system is connected to a security station. The Duress code will disarm the system (if armed) and trigger the Silent Alarm, sending a duress signal to the security station without activating the sirens. Note the code is between 4 to 6 digits: Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code The following screen will appear: X3 Duress Code Enter new code (4 to 6 digits) to save Press to exit. 4.2 Programming Time and Date Time and date are constantly displayed on screen, used for the User Code s time frames and are included in the system s memory log. Make sure the time and date remain accurate because of the memory log and automatic arming:
27 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 27 Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code The following screen will appear: Hour 00:00 Enter time Enter date Day Month Year NOTES: Enter time in 24:00 (HH:MM) format and date in day/month/year format The system will not accept meaningless data, such as 25:25 time. In such a case an error message will appear. To correct, press the again. key and enter time 4.3 Automatic Arming The system can be automatically armed with one of the following three options: 1. At a preset time; 2. After silent-time period; 3. Silent time can be programmed per partition (by technician) At the preset time or after silent-time period, the system will commence auto-arming unless it was armed before that time. This feature is valid for all weekdays. The system can detect movement in the protected area via its connected detectors and sensors, therefore, it can identify no-movement hence there is no one in the protected area. NOTE: The silence (no movement) timer will start counting down ONLY if no immediate zone are open and after the last zone to close is the exit delayed zone (i.e. the exit door). Any immediate zone opening will terminate the countdown. When the system starts auto-arming, the display will show Automatic Arming and a 45 seconds warning countdown will start, indicating the arming countdown is to follow. Note that during the warning countdown the keypad will beep. During the warning countdown, any disarming code can cancel the auto-arming process.
28 28 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads After the warning countdown is over, the system will begin regular arming process, including exit delay and beeps from the keypad Programming Auto-Arming at Preset time Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code The following screen will appear: Automatic Arming Press and move to the next screen: Automatic Arming XX:XX Time in which the system will be armed (HH:MM) NOTE: To cancel Auto-Arming, the Automatic Arming programming needs to be repeated, and the time to be set as 00:00. Press to save programming and move to the next screen Programming Auto-Arming after Silent-Time Terminated Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code In the following screen, enter the Silent-Time period (in minutes) after the system commences auto-arming: Silence Time X Minutes Silence Time in minutes (250 minutes max) SilentTime Part mark with + the partitions designated for automatic arming/silent time: use key in order to change mark from
29 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 29 - to + and vise versa, and keys to scroll back/forth between partitions. NOTE: Marking + above partition number will activate that partition with feature. - will not. Press to save programming and move to the next screen. 4.4 Private Dialer Telephone Numbers HUNTER-PRO RSA system has four private dialer telephone numbers. The dialer will dial each phone number in two sets (i.e. total of 8 attempts) and trigger an alarm warning sound, when the call is picked. After the warning sound is over, the system awaits for remote-controlled commands that can be transmitted via the telephone used by the system. The system shall hang-up after a minute of not receiving any command (Remote Control via Touch-tone Phone on page 17). NOTE: In case a Voice-Unit is connected to the system, once the call is picked-up, there is a recorded message, and not a warning sound. The dialer aborts the dialing attempts in the following cases: The system s status changes from ON to OFF A Stop Dialer command was received via telephone. The first Private Dialer User that gives an abort command causes the other Private Dialer Users in the phone list will not receive the system s report. All Private Dialer Telephone Numbers have been dialed twice Programming Telephones It is possible to combine the process of entering/deleting/changing programmed telephone numbers once in the Telephone Menu.
30 30 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code Enter Telephone number no. 1 Enter telephone number no. 2 Enter Telephone number no.3 Enter Telephone number no.4 to exit Deleting a Programmed Telephone Number To delete a programmed telephone number, press the the telephone number. key instead of 4.5 Chime Programming the Chime feature enables to control opening/closing doors and windows by activating the keypad s buzzer for two seconds each time a door/window is opened. This feature is especially useful when there are small children in the house, or in shops. NOTE: The Chime feature is only enables when system is disarmed Programming Chime Zone Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code Zone Number: 1 ENTR-Conf #-Rst Enter zone number to confirm or to release. On the display the letter C shall appear above/below the zone programmed to trigger the chime, and the screen will move to the next zone. Press to exit.
31 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Temporary Cancellation of Chime Temporary cancellation of chime is valid for all zones: Press and hold the key to enable/disable the chime feature according to the state in which the system is in; the display will show one of the following messages: Chime ON Chime OFF 4.6 Panic To activate panic, press and hold simultaneously the and keys for two seconds. NOTE: You can customize your system's response to a panic event, for example, calling the Monitoring Station or your private telephone number, activate a relay (video camera), activate siren, etc. Consult your installer about programming the appropriate Panic Response for your needs. 4.7 Smoke and Fire Detectors Alarm In case an alarm is triggered due to smoke/fire detectors, press and hold the detector. key (until a confirmation sound) in order to reset and release the 4.8 System Tests This feature tests that the back-up battery, siren and telephone line are in order. Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code Follow the test process displayed on the screen in case fault messages appear.
32 32 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 4.9 Canceling Keypad Buzzer The keypad produces a variety of sounds at times of pressing a key, confirming a long-press, during countdown, disarming the system, and so on. Simultaneously pressing the and keys activates/cancels this feature. NOTE: When the buzzer is cancelled no sounds will be produced from this specific keypad Bypassing Zones This feature is used for temporary bypassing of zone/s, for example in case of a fault. Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code Zone number: 1 Entr-Conf #-Rst Enter zone number to confirm or to release. In PIMA Display, the letter B will appear above/below the bypassed zone/s, and display will continue to the next screen. Press to exit. NOTES: The technician can limit the time window for a bypassed zone before the system is armed.
33 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Memory Log The system memorizes up to past 410 events and operations in a chronological order. IMPORTANT! The last 128 events are non-volatile Accessing Memory Log Manually Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code scroll events using and. Press to jump 10 next events, in one key-press. Press to jump 10 events back, in one key-press Memory Log Display Includes arming and disarming, along with user name and code, and any zones bypassed prior to arming. The list of the bypassed zones is presented before those of the arming. Example #1 Event Number Event Date & Time 2)1 SEP 04 21:20 Burgl ALARM 4 Zone type Event Zone Number Note that at a time of an alarm, in addition to the screen above, another screen automatically appears with the zone s name:
34 34 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Example #2 Example #3 2)1 SEP 04 21:20 Kitchen Zone name 7)4 SEP 04 22:54 AC Fault 4.12 System Display HUNTER-PRO RSA has two system status displays, and seven types of zone status display. The two system status displays are: Fast Display: All the zones and their status appear in a single screen Scrolling Display: A detailed description of the zones and their status, each zone in a different screen, and automatically appearing one after the other. In order to choose display types: Fast Zone Display Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code display changes to PIMA Fast Display.
35 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads Scrolling Zone Display Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ long press + User Code display changes to Scrolling Display Zone Status Display Master Code/ Enabled User Code/ Display Type: Fast Zn. Display Display Type: Disable Zn. Disp Display Type: Display Bypass Z Display Type: Display Chime Zn IMPORTANT! Display Type: Scan Open Zones long press + User Code Display Type: All Zones Display Type: Display Soak Zn. Pressing in "All Zones / Bypassed Zones / Soak Zones / Chime Zones screens gives a detailed description of the zones in this category. For wireless zone, the letter W will appear along with the zone name.
36 36 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads CH. 5: TROUBLESHOOTING NOTE: If more then one failure is detected, the display will scroll the failure list one after the other. If more than one keypad is connected to the HUNTER-PRO, and you are programming the system from one keypad, then the display on all other keypad will display: Other Keypad in Use. This will also be displayed whenever someone is in control of the HUNTER-PRO RSA via telephone. The following table describes the possible Alarm System Faults: Displayed Fault Battery What can I do? Wait approximately 24 hours for the indication to disappear. If the fault indication persists longer then one day, the back-up battery should be replaced. Mains Fault Usually appears during a power failure. If other electrical appliances in the house are operating, check the switch or fuse to which the alarm system is connected. If the cause of the fault is unclear, call the technician. Clock Appears following a prolonged power failure during which the backup battery was completely discharged. Set time and date (see section 4.2) Phone Perform system self-test (see section 4.8). Verify during the test that other instruments connected to the Alarm System s telephone line (i.e., telephone sets, facsimiles, etc.) are not active. If the fault persists, call the technician. Tamper 1 Tamper switch 1 is open. Call the technician. Tamper 2 Tamper switch 2 is open. Call the technician.
37 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 37 Low Voltage Appears before the back-up battery is completely discharged, usually after a prolonged power failure. Follow instruction for low battery failure. Zone Fault One of the protected zones is faulty. Call the technician. ROM Fault Software failure. Call the technician. RAM Fault System failure. Call the technician. MS COM Fault Detec Fault Vol. Keypad not connected GSM Unit Fault GSM Link Fault GSM Card Fault GSM Comm. Fault Wireless System W/L Unit Tamper Wireless Jamming Ext. Bell Fault Int. Bell Fault Failure to communicate with Monitoring Station. Call the technician. Detector power supply. Call the technician. No communication between the keypad and the HUNTER-PRO motherboard. Call the technician. GSM unit not connected/operating properly. Call the technician. Bad reception or blocking of GSM channel. Call the technician. No SIM card detected. Call the technician. Fault in communication between GSM and MS. Try to initiate another dial. If doesn t work, call the technician. Wireless receiver unit not connected/working properly. Call the technician. Check that wireless receiver box is properly closed. If problem remains, call technician. The wireless receiver is jammed. Call the technician. No connection between panel and external Bell. Call the technician. No connection between panel and internal Bell. Call the technician.
38 38 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 5.1 Zones Names Zone No Partition No. Zone Name
39 HUNTER-PRO RSA Intruder Alarm System - User Manual for LCD keypads 39 Zone No Partition No. Zone Name
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