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1 In stal la tion and Pro gram ming Man ual Soft ware Ver Man ual n Rev. A The in for ma tion in this man ual re places any pre vi ously pub lished in for ma tion. Sicep re serves the right to mod ify prices and prod ucts' characteristics at any time, without further notice.

2 Printed in Italy Sicep Spa Via Calabria, 14/ Certaldo Florence It aly Tel Fax Web site: Dear Cus tomer, thank you for pur chas ing a Sicep prod uct. Be fore start ing the in stal la tion pro ce dure, we rec om mend that you read this man ual very care fully.

3 Index Chapter 1- Purpose of this manual Definitions and abbreviations...1 Chapter 2- Standards reference General consideration Limits of use Compliance with EC Directive Requirements of the burglar alarm control unit Accessories Markings Connection to the power supply - ground system Sectioning Buffer battery Packaging disposal Product disposal Battery disposal Receipt of the unit Storing Support Returning the unit Warranty Repairs Standard terms used in this manual...5 Chapter 3- Introduction to the operation The control panel Control Unit features Wired auxiliary devices operation Wired Inputs Radio Communicator Telephone Backup Wireless devices operation...9 Versions / BiTech Sicep system Accessories Technical Specifications...11 control unit electrical and dimensional features Environmental working and storage conditions...11 Chapter 4- Main board description...13 Light signals...14 Chapter 5- Operation: detailed description Independent partitions- Zone sharing h Partition Automatic Rearming function Patrol Partition function Scheduler Partitions Admission / Leaving times: Delayed zones Wired Inputs Sensors block Zone exclusion - forced arming Automatic re-including zones Zone disabling Outputs Wireless sensors...21 Brief operation description...21 System code or Serial Number Testing the Quality of the Connection...22 How the test works BT-IRW Indoor infrared sensor...22 Light signals: BT-IRE outdoor infrared sensor...23 Light signals: BT-CMW Magnetic Sensor...24 How it works...24 Light signals BT-CME Economic Magnetic Sensor...26 How it works...26 Light signals...27 Pag. I

4 5.19- BT-KPW Wireless keypad...28 Light signals BT-KT Remote Control...29 Light signals (LED): BT-SIR radio siren BT-PRW wireless TAG reader...30 Light signals (LED):...31 Internal buttons description BT-REP Radio Repeater...32 How they work...32 How they are used...33 REP Features Key reader...35 Simple mode Advanced Mode Keys...36 Simple-mode key operations...36 Advanced-mode key operations BT-KPA / BT-KPE keypads...37 The Display...37 Panel door closed...37 Panel door open LEDs Description...39 Buttons Description Keypad Password...40 Users Passwords Default Administrator Password Default Installer password Default Patrol Password Default Keypad Lock Disarming under duress Quick Keypad functions BT-PRX TAG reader...41 Light signals (LED):...41 Internal buttons description Events Log Events Other functions...46 Battery (Continuous Test)...46 SWR Measurement Function Connected Siren...47 Siren with balanced line control...47 Self-powered Siren...47 Interior Siren...47 Chapter 6- Radio communicator and telephone backup...48 MVS Protocol MVS DATA9000 Operational Control Unit...48 MVS Protocol MvsNET Operational Control Unit...48 Low speed protocols (Low speed Sicep, Compatibles) All operational control units...48 Limits of use MVS Protocol Management on MVSNet Control Units...49 Telephone Backup Management...49 Current communicator state...50 Chapter 7- Installation Opening the container Installation of the optional devices...51 IRS-RT868 BiTech Interface BT-EX8 Expansions...51 Telephone line interface Choosing the location for installation of the control unit...52 Installation Test Function (TX/RX Attenuation)...52 SWR Measurement Function Replacing the battery RS485 BUS cable connection BT-KR Key readers BT-KPA / BT-KPE wired keypads BT-PRX TAG reader Registering the devices on the RS485 BUS...56 Registering the Expansions...56 Registering the Key reader BT-KR...56 Registering the Keys BT-KEY...56 Registering the wired keypad BT-KPA / BT-KPE...56 Configure TAG reader BT-PRX...56 Registration of TAG (card or keys) Connecting the sensors cables...57 Double Balanced mode...57 Pag. II

5 N.C./N.A. Modes Wiring outputs Relay on BT-PRX / BT-PRW Connecting the Siren...58 Interior Siren...58 Self-powered Siren...58 Siren with balanced line control Registering Wireless devices...59 Registering the BT-IRW sensor...60 Registering the BT-IRE (mod. 001, 002) sensor...60 Registering the BT-CMW/BT-CME sensor...60 Registering the BK-KPW keypad...61 Registering the BT-KT remote control...61 Registering the BT-SIR siren...61 Record Tag reader BT-PRW REP cable connection REP - Registering the REP and the devices to be repeated...62 Reset Configuration...62 Registering the REPs on the control unit...63 Registering the sensors on the REP...63 Deleting a device from the REP...63 Deleting a REP from the Control Unit Replacing the batteries Deleting a wireless device from the control unit Positioning - Checking the Radio Connection Statistics - Periodic checking of the devices...66 Chapter 8- Configuration - Programming Programming from PR-G Programming tables Control Unit Configuration...73 The MVC software...73 How to identify the USB COM port How to do the connection and set-up...74 Serial or USB connection Programming Parameters - Configuration guide...74 Configuration System page...75 Configuration Access Page...77 Wired Inputs List page...79 Outputs page...82 RF Devices List page...83 RS485 Devices configuration...98 Configuring Radio Page Configuring Telephone Backup page Configuring Events Page Event Log Page Scheduler Page Synoptic page Saving the MVC setup configuration Loading a saved configuration Checking the Installation Control Unit Test Sensor Test Chapter 9- Keypad programming Introduction Programming access Chapter 10- System Maintenance Replacing the control unit Battery Replacing the sensors/devices batteries Chapter 11- Special Operations Upgrading the Control Unit Firmware (Flash Programming) Procedure Restoring the factory settings Chapter 12- Troubleshooting General problems PR-G1 Programming MVC Programming Wireless devices RS485 BUS devices Radio communication Telephone Backup Application form repair Chapter 13- Appendix: Certificate of warranty SICEP spa rec og nizes in un ques tion able and intransgressible way the con di tions of guar an tee brought back in this man ual. Pag. III

6 Cap. 1 - Purpose of this manual. 1 - Purpose of this manual Definitions and abbreviations Area or Par ti tion This is the technical term relating to the control unit, which indicates a grouping of Zones. Operating Control Station or Cen tre Control unit or panel This is where all information sent by the BiTech burglar alarm control unit is sent. It includes special equipments, managed by trained personnel. This refers to the BiTech control unit. Default This is the default value of the parameters on the control unit before programming. Event Any variation of one of the internal or external logic states. It causes a local action and/or generates an alarm or a restore, which can be transmitted by the communicator. Firm ware This is the control unit management software, located in the non volatile memory of the logic card. Flash This is the non volatile memory of the logic card. MVC or SicepMVC Multi Vectorial Configurator, PC software Client developed by Sicep for the installation, configuration and updating of Sicep new generation products. MVS Identifies a Sicep-owned protocol for transmitting information. MVS Data 9000 System designed by Sicep for the handling of alarms by the Operating Control Station MVS-Net System designed by Sicep for the handling of alarms by the Operating Control Station NC Nor mally closed. If this is an in put, it means that when at rest, the ter mi nal must be con nected to earth. In the case of an out put (e.g. a re lay), when at rest, the con tact must be con nected to the com mon ter mi nal (COM). NO Nor mally open. If this is an in put, it means that when at rest, the ter mi nal must be left open. In the case of an out put (e.g. a re lay), when at rest, the con tact is not con nected to the com mon ter mi nal (COM). BTMVS Protocol Sub set of the BiTech pro to col which is trans ported by the MVS ra dio pro to col. It may only be man aged by MVSNet Sicep op er a tional con trol units. The cor re spond ing backup is com posed of the nor mal Con tact-id trans mit ted on the tele phone line. Range In di cates the range of ad mis si ble val ues for the pa ram e ter. RS485 Standard for data transmission in serial mode on two wires. In the BiTech system, it identifies a series of devices (e.g. keyboards) wired to the control unit. Zone This is the technical term referred to the control unit, indicating an input terminal for the connection of a sensor or a Wireless sensor. Pag. 1

7 Cap. 2 - Standards reference 2 - Standards reference 2.1- General consideration The prod uct de scribed in this man ual should be thor oughly checked, be fore start ing any operation. All in for ma tion con tained in this man ual have been checked and ver i fied dur ing the is su ing of the man ual it self. How ever, SICEP Spa shall have the right to mod ify and im prove the prod uct de scribed at any time with out fur ther no tice Limits of use In the trans mis sion phase, the de vice gen er ates and ra di ates elec tro mag netic en ergy. It has been de signed to com ply with the fol low ing stan dards as re gards hu man ex po sure to radiofrequency electromagnetic energy. ENV Hu man ex po sure to elec tro mag netic fields. Low fre quency (from 0Hz to 10KHz) ENV Hu man ex po sure to elec tro mag netic fields. High fre quency (from 10KHz to 300GHz) In or der to achieve ex cel lent lev els of per for mance and en sure that hu man ex po sure to elec tro mag netic en ergy com plies with the stan dards men tioned, al ways fol low the rules be low: - En sure that peo ple are kept at least 1m away from the an tenna dur ing trans mis sion. - The an tenna must be cor rectly in stalled and cal i brated on the fre quency of use. - Do not touch the an tenna dur ing trans mis sion, as it could cause small burns to the skin. - Un der no cir cum stances use the de vice with out the an tenna or if the an tenna is dam aged. - To pre vent elec tro mag netic in ter fer ence prob lems with other elec tronic de vices, take particular care when installing the device in certain environments, such as hospitals, clinics and all ar eas where sen si tive elec tronic de vices are used. In these sit u a tions, the re quired re stric tions must be re spected. - Do not in stall the de vice in po ten tially ex plo sive ar eas (such as fuel or chem i cal de pos its, environments containing chemicals, powders or particles which could cause explosions) or in any other en vi ron ment in which it is ad vis able to switch off ve hi cle en gines. - Do not in stall the de vice in ar eas in which det o na tion de vices are used (e.g. quar ries and mines). - Do not in stall the de vice on board aeroplanes. The con trol unit may in cor po rate an 868 MHz ra dio in ter face, in com pli ance with the CEPT/ERC/REC rec om men da tion (Short Range De vices) on the con di tion that it is in no way al tered, in clud ing the an tenna Compliance with EC Directive Sicep S.p.A. hereby de clares that this is in com pli ance with the es sen tial re quire ments and other rel e vant pro vi sions of di rec tive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE). EN EN , EN EN , EN , EN EN , EN (art. 3.1a 1999/05/CE) (art. 3.1.b 1999/5/CE) (art /5/CE) As de vices use non-harmonized fre quency bands, use is de pend ent on a Gen eral Au tho ri za tion is sued by the com pe tent au thor ity, which in di cates the fre quency to use. Pag. 2

8 Cap. 2 - Standards reference The au tho ri za tion re quest must con tain the se rial num ber and the model of the prod uct to be used as shown be low: - /V (model VHF MHz, 10W max.) - /U (model UHF MHz, 10W max.) 2.4- Requirements of the burglar alarm control unit The Sicep con trol unit and the BT-CMW / BT-IRW / BT-IRE sen sors have been man u fac tured in com pli ance with IEC stan dard, is sue Accessories The BiTech con trol unit is sup plied as a ba sic ver sion. Ad di tional op tional ac ces so ries are also avail able. Sicep S.p.A. hereby de clares that all cards, de vices and op tional ac ces so ries for the con trol unit are in com pli ance with the es sen tial re quire ments and other rel e vant pro vi sions of Di rec tive 1999/5/EC (where ap pli ca ble) or Di rec tives 98/336/EC and 73/23/EC, on the con di tions that: such devices are only installed inside the Sicep con trol unit fol low ing the instal la tion instruc tions pro vided in this man ual; the instal la tion is car ried out by qual i fied per son nel. Any use of the op tional ac ces so ries not in ac cor dance with the above, shall re lease Sicep S.p.A. from all responsibilities whatsoever Markings A la bel with all rel e vant unit in for ma tion can be found on the top side of the unit it self. It in cludes the Man u fac turer num ber, the item part num ber, power sup ply in for ma tion (volt age and usage), serial number and production date Connection to the power supply - ground system Con nec tion with the power sup ply and to the ground sys tem must be in ac cor dance with chap ter 7.3, page 53. In ap pro pri ate con nec tion to the power sup ply shall re lease Sicep S.p.A. from all responsibilities Sectioning As the con trol unit is not fit ted with a switch, dur ing its in stal la tion, a bi po lar switch ing de vice with 3 mm min i mum con tacts open ing should also be in stalled Buffer battery The installation of a rechargeable lead accumulator is also recommended, to ensure that op er a tion will con tinue also in case of lim ited AC loss. Do not use ac cu mu la tors with ca pac ity higher than indicated on the technical Specifications on page 11. NOTICE Note: In ac cor dance with ref er ence norm CEI 79-2, the in stal la tion of this bat tery is com pul sory. In the most crit i cal case, the bat tery must guar an tee op er a tion of the con trol unit for 24 hours. Pag. 3

9 Cap. 2 - Standards reference Packaging disposal The card board pack ag ing be longs to class (9/4/2001 di rec tive). It should be dis posed of in accordance with local separate waste disposal criteria Product disposal As a whole unit, the BiTech con trol unit is not classed as SUW (Solid Ur ban Waste), as it in cludes elec tronic cards that can be classed as and prod ucts. There fore, do not dis pose of the unit as Ur ban Waste, but in ac cor dance with local separate waste disposal criteria Battery disposal Lead bat ter ies are not classed as SUW, but as waste. They should be dis posed of in accordance with local separate waste disposal criteria. WARN ING! In ap pro pri ate dis posal of Elec tric and Elec tronic Equip ment can have dam ag ing ef fects on the en vi ron ment and the pop u la tion Receipt of the unit Upon re ceipt, check the pack ag ing for any trans port dam age. The unit is checked and packed with care by Sicep. If the pack ag ing shows any dam ages, no tify the cou rier im me di ately. Sicep shall not be held re spon si ble for any dam ages oc curred in tran sit (see the terms of the war ranty). The par cel is made of a card board box that con tains the fol low ing items: - 1 BiTech con trol unit - 1 user man ual Storing The unit should be stored in its own pack ag ing at the en vi ron men tal con di tions pre scribed in the Technical Specifications. Max i mum shelf life is: 2 years Support For any kind of sup port con tact your lo cal Sicep rep re sen ta tive. Any free firm ware up grades, util ity pro grams or man u als, can be down loaded from the Sicep S.p.A. website Returning the unit Should the con trol unit need to be re turned to Sicep for re pairs, en sure that it is care fully packed, in its original packaging, if at all possible, enclosing the APPLICATION FORM REPAIR filled in all its parts and de scrib ing the prob lem in de tails (for more in for ma tion re fer to the re pair re quest form). The APPLICATION FORM REPAIR is down load able from our site to the sec tion "Modulistica" Warranty Re fer to the war ranty cer tif i cate at the end of this man ual. Pag. 4

10 Cap. 2 - Standards reference Repairs Re fer to the re pair re quest form en closed with the prod uct Standard terms used in this manual EXAMPLE It shows a special case, used to clarify a concept. NOTE WARNING It shows additional considerations, used to provide further clarification on a particular topic. Identifies a situation where special care should be paid, or instructions that need to be followed very carefully, in order to avoid jeopardising the good performance of the unit. CAUTION Identifies a condition or a practice that may damage the unit. DANGER Identifies a condition or a practice that may cause physical injury to the user or death. Pag. 5

11 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation 3 - Introduction to the operation The first part is aimed at fa mil iar is ing the user with the Sicep BiTech Sys tem. It will be fol lowed by a sec tion, which pro vides a de tailed anal y sis of the op er a tion of the unit The control panel Build ing on the many years of ex pe ri ence in the de sign and man u fac tur ing of ra dio sys tems, Sicep has now de signed an in no va tive antitheft con trol unit, fit ted with an en tirely bidirectional communication system, called BiTech. The use of state of the art tech nol o gies has re sulted in the pro duc tion of anti in tru sion prod ucts, which en able a con stant anal y sis of the sig nals from the in stalled ra dio de vices, and there fore a constant monitoring by the operating control station. This control unit incorporates a radio communicator which can be used for communication for pri vate use in the VHF or UHF range, for trans mit ting in for ma tion to sur veil lance con trol units. The main dis tin guish ing fea tures of the BiTech sys tem are: Mod u lar ity It in cludes 8 wired in puts and one 868MHz two-way disturbance resistant radio, with GFSK modulation, capable of handling Bi-directional communication with up to 32 wireless devices (keypads, ra dio con trolled sen sors, pas sive in fra red sen sors, mag netic con tacts etc.) and 4 REP signal repeaters. The Con trol unit can han dle up to 4 in de pend ent par ti tions, as well as zones shared by sev eral par ti tions. The 8 avail able out puts can be pro grammed in di vid u ally as: static, monostable and inverted. High level of se cu rity Should no con fir ma tion be re ceived by the Con trol Unit, all ra dio de vices can make sev eral attempts to communicate and ensure good transmission results. The tech nol ogy used en ables the con trol unit to de tect the pro longed ab sence of a ra dio de vice, with a pro gram ma ble time of 30 to 120 min utes, as well as fre quency jam ming at tempts, by con tin u ously mon i tor ing and gen er at ing an alarm, should pro longed dis tur bance oc cur (pro gram ma ble time 1 to 10 min utes). Safe com mu ni ca tion Com mu ni ca tions be tween the wire less de vice and the con trol unit are pos si ble thanks to a synchronised protocol with high speed dynamic encrypting. This synchronized technology ex change en ables dy namic two-way trans mis sions, ab sence of col li sions and an op ti mum dis tri bu tion of ra dio traf fic, as well as the pos si bil ity of ex tend ing the cov er age of the ra dio de vices with up to 4 re peat ers. Re duce con sump tion and speed of re ply Thanks to the Bi-di rec tional tech nol ogy, the sen sors re main in an sleep state when the sys tem is dis abled, and only trans mit the in for ma tion when re quired by the con trol unit. This re duces costs and at the same time in creases the du ra tion of the bat ter ies. The BiTech Con trol unit can ac ti vate all sen sors in just a few sec onds (ap prox i mately 4), en sur ing a prompt ness of sys tem re sponse, which can be com pared to stan dard wired sys tems. Pag. 6

12 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation 3.2- Control Unit features The fea tures of the BiTech con trol unit can be sum ma rised as fol lows: 4 independent partitions, capable of handling shared zones. 2 types of Arm/Dis. for each par ti tion (To tal, Perimetric). 2 types of Arm/Dis. when us ing shared zones (Nor mal, Mas ter). All par ti tions re set au to mat i cally af ter a settable amount of time. Pa trol par ti tion, which can be au to mat i cally re armed af ter a settable amount of time. 24h partition In put/out put times that can be set in di vid u ally for each zone Au to matic ex clu sion of alarmed zones when arm ing the par ti tion. Man ual zone dis abling 8 wired in puts, NC, NA, or bal anced on 5 lev els, im me di ate or de layed, increasable to mA open col lec tor out puts, static or mono stable driven, increasable to 24 Removable terminal board Continuous supply voltage and battery test. Pe ri odic dy namic test on the ac tual ca pac ity of the buffer bat tery Events log with up to 512 events that can be viewed through the key pad or PC soft ware. Bell func tion Zones that can be set as Fire pre ven tion, Panic, Med i cal (24H), Arm/Dis. Pro gram ming by us ing MVC soft ware, lo cally means se rial con nec tion or USB. Internal siren with piezoelectric transducer Other si rens: 1A free re lay, self-pow ered and in ter nal si ren out puts 12V ser vice out puts, 800 ma max i mum with self-re set ting fuse. Clock/cal en dar with man age ment of day light sav ing time and au to matic re set (the lat ter func tion is only avail able with the MVS pro to col) Anti Tamper, non-removable plastic case. Com mu ni ca tor Multi-protocol management (10 protocols available) REP cross ing pos si bil ity for all low speed pro to cols Use of the Stan dard MVS REP net work or SRN Back-Up on tele phone line us ing Con tact-id or DTMF pro to col (with op tional ex pan sion board) ac cord ing to the ra dio pro to col cho sen In ter nal con trols (tam per, flat bat tery, mains pres ence, mea sure ment of the sig nal re ceived) No mains alarm/re set send ing op ti mised to re duce the risk of col li sions Programming from PR-G1 for radio parameters only An tenna func tion check (An tenna Cut) in 3 dif fer ent, pro gram ma ble modes Secondary reserve radio frequency Pag. 7

13 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation RS485 Bus Ex pan sion 485 bus communication Up to 2 I/O BT-EX8 ex pan sions Up to 4 key read ers, with each one pro grammed for sim ple or ad vanced op er at ing mode. Up to 16 cus tom iz able keys with high secu rity codes (over 18 bil lions of bil lions com bi na tions) Invalid key detec tion Up to 4 wired keypads Up to 8 users, man age able through the key pad, plus 2 spe cial users: Installer and Patrol Tem po rary lock ing of the key pad after 5 invalid attempts. Dis abling under duress Quick arm ing, Fire, Med i cal assis tance and Panic but tons. Forced Arm ing man age ment (zones self exclu sion) Up to 4 wired TAG read ers Man age ment of 16 users Arming Total or Perimeter Function opening Door Management Forced Arming Ra dio ex pan sion 868 MHz fully Bi-di rec tional ra dio net work (3 chan nels avail able) 28 sen sors / ra dio de vices in clud ing Keypads, Ra dio con trols, TAG reader, in fra red/mag netic sen sors and si rens. 4 ra dio re peater (REP) with dou ble jump func tion 2 ra dio si rens Radio jamming detection function Dur ing pro gram ming it is pos si ble to use: MVC, with all in ter ac tive pages General synoptic frame for full system diagnostic A func tion for the mea sure ment of the ra dio con nec tion qual ity on each sen sor or REP RF de vices map with real time sta tus up dat ing Weekly qual ity as sess ment of the ra dio con nec tion and sta tis tics for all RF de vices. In ad di tion: Fast ra dio sen sors in stal la tion: no need for pro gram ming, they only need to be reg is tered on the sys tem and can be pro grammed to gether with the con trol unit Walk-test sen sors, which can be ac ti vated from the MVC or Key pad Wired auxiliary devices operation The BiTech control unit also operates a RS485 BUS for cable connection of devices. This bus provides parallel connections for all key readers and wired keypads. The following limitations apply. - Wired I/O ex pan sions: 2 maximum - Key read ers: 4 max i mum - Wired keypads: 4 max i mum - Wired TAG read ers: 4 max i mum. The ca ble length for each de vice and the con trol unit can be up to 200 metres. Pag. 8

14 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation 3.4- Wired Inputs The Control unit can manage 8 NC (Normally Close) / NA (Normally Open) / Double balanced wired inputs and 8 Open Collector outputs. The wired inputs can be used in balance mode and also in NC (Normally Close) / NA (Normally Open) modes. Double balanced mode enables distinguishing between Alarm and Sabotage (cable cut or short circuit) Radio Communicator The con trol unit in cor po rates a VHF ( MHz) or UHF ( MHz) 10 watt trans ceiver, ac cord ing to the model. This trans ceiver is con fig ured as a fixed/mo bile equipment for pri vate use, there fore its use is de pend ent upon a Gen eral Authorisation is sued by the com pe tent authority. The trans ceiver can op er ate with the following protocols: - High speed MVS Sicep - 6-chan nel low speed Sicep, new/old for mat - Compatible 1 - Compatible 1 CRYPTO - Compatible 2, 8 channels - Compatible 2, 12 channels - Com pat i ble SIN 1, SIN 2, SIN 3 - Formats for crossing compatible REPs (5 protocols) In the pro gram ming phase, a trans mis sion chan nel must be as so ci ated to the events to trans mit. An ex cep tion is made for the high speed MVS Sicep pro to col when it is used with MVSNet con trol units. In this case, in for ma tion is trans mit ted in a sim i lar way to the tele phone Con tact-id and the con trol unit can trans mit all the events com pletely. A sec ond ary re serve fre quency is also avail able. When op er at ing on this fre quency, the con trol unit can use a pe riph eral code which differs from the main one Telephone Backup It is pos si ble to in stall an op tional tele phone card (IF-TL) in the con trol unit which al lows a back up tele phone trans mis sion to be sent when ever the ra dio trans mis sion is not successful. Two tele phone num bers are avail able. The con trol unit can also use sep a rate pe riph eral codes which differ according to the recipient. This card is also able to de tect if the line is cut and gen er ate a spe cific event at the end of a programmed time Wireless devices operation Each BiTech con trol unit has its own se rial num ber. This is univocally al lo cated dur ing man u fac tur ing, and can not be mod i fied. This num ber iden ti fies the sys tem and en sures that each sen sor will only work with the equip ment to which it has been as signed. The sen sors will be programmed automatically with a recording on the control unit itself, during the installation. Pag. 9 The fol low ing Wire less ra dio trans mis sion de vices are part of the BiTech sys tem: Magnetic Sensor (BT-CMW) multifunction de vice that op er ates the main mag netic con tact, a shock de tec tion sen sor (in er tial), a roll ing shut ter con tact and an aux il iary mag netic con tact. Indoor infrared sensor (BT-IRW) passive Wireless radio infrared sensor with a 12m coverage. Various types of lens are available depending on the use.

15 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation Outdoor infrared sensor (BT-IRE) Out door pas sive in fra red sen sor. Avail able in two ver sions, with steer able front beam (VX) or dual beam (BX), each with a range of 12m. Wireless keypad (BT-KPW) Bi-directional keypad capable of completing all activation/deactivation system functions, zones ex clu sion, fast trans mis sion of Fire, Panic, Med i cal as sis tance alarm. Remote control (BT-KT) Bi-di rec tional Re mote Con trol with LED and au dio sig nal. It only man ages one pro gram ma ble par ti tion and in cludes the fol low ing func tions: - partition status interrogation (armed total, perimetric, disarmed, alarmed zone). - to tal arm ing, perimetric, dis arm ing - Panic Alarm - Programmable function button Radio siren (BT-SIR) Outdoor self-powered radio siren with programmable sound, volume and associated areas, and alarm, pre-alarm and area in ser tion sig nal ling mem ory func tions. Each con trol unit can use a max i mum of 2 sirens. Wire less TAG reader (BT-PRW) TAG reader wire less with bat tery pow ered, able to man age all the func tions of on/off to tal and perimetric or open ing door. Repeater (BT-REP) Device enabling the repetition of radio signals in both communication directions, from and to the Con trol Unit, en abling an ex ten sion of the alarm sys tem cov er age. The de vice is pow ered by the 230Vac power sup ply net work, and in cludes two Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries that will guar an tee a 12-hour au ton omy pe riod in case of AC loss. Up to 4 re peat ers can be con nected to the Con trol Unit, in clud ing in cas cade mode (2 jumps max for each sec tion). The fol low ing chap ters will pro vide a more de tailed de scrip tion of the ra dio de vices listed in this section. Ver sions / BiTech Sicep sys tem Ac ces so ries BT-KPA BT-KPE BT-KPW BT-KT BT-KR BT-KEY BT-PRX BT-PRW BT-CARD BT-TAG BT-CMW BT-CME BT-REP BT-IRW BiTech Control Unit: 8 wired inputs / 8 outputs with integrated telephone communicator LCD wired keypad connected to the RS485 bus, hi brightness BLUEe display LCD wired keypad connected to the RS485 bus, green display LCD radio keypad Bi-directional Remote Control Key readers connected to the RS485 bus Electronic key Wired TAG reader Wireless TAG reader Electronic card Electronic key-ring Multi-zone Wireless magnetic contact Economic Wireless magnetic contact BiTech Wireless devices repeater Indoor passive Wireless infrared sensor Pag. 10

16 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation BT-LLR BT-IRW sensor Long-Range lens BT-LVR BT-IRW sensor Curtain lens BT-IRE.001 Outdoor passive infrared sensor with front beam (VX-402R) BT-IRE.002 Outdoor passive infrared sensor with two side beams (BX-80NR) BT-SIR Self-powered wireless siren BAT-LILS14500 BT-CMW, BT-IRW, BT-KPW, BT-IRE 3.6V lithium battery BAT-NC1E2/AA BT-REP 1.2V Ni-Mh rechargeable battery BAT-LILSH20/01 3.6V lithium battery for BT-SIR BAT-BA-12/ST 12V alkaline battery for BT-KT 3.8- Technical Specifications con trol unit elec tri cal and di men sional fea tures Power sup ply: Ab sor bency at 230V: Vac 50/60 Hz, 12-13,8Vdc, I Class 300mA dur ing transmission 130mA in standby Ab sor bency at 12.0V: <3A Buffer bat tery: 12V, 7,5Ah max. Fre quency ranges: /V model MHz /U model MHz Chan nel spac ing: 12,5 KHz FM de vi a tion: 1,75KHz Sta bil ity in fre quency: ±2,5ppm from -10 to +55 C Trans mit ter power: pro gram ma ble on val ues 1 / 5 / 10 W Re ceiver sen si tiv ity: 12dB SINAD at -117dBm An tenna con nec tor: N Type Max i mum cur rent which can be sup plied to power aux il iary de vices: Re ceiver: Dou ble super het ero dyne cir cuit with 1st in ter me di ate fre quency at 45 MHz In put chan nels: 800mA 8, ex pand able to 24, im ped ance 100kΩ, NC / NO / Bal anced, Pull-up 100K on 3.3V En abling in put: 1, (EN) Pull-up 100KΩ su 3,3V Re mote Con trol Out puts: 8, ex pand able to 24, open col lec tor on GND, 100mA max. Logic ser vice out puts: 2, (state, BS) open col lec tor on GND, 100mA max. +12V ser vice out puts: 2 ter mi nals, pro tected with 1A self-re set ting fuse RS485 BUS out put: 4 wires, max con nec tion 200m Au ton omy: 10 hours with 7.2Ah bat tery and 3 wired key boards con nected BiTech wire less fre quency: 868 MHz SRD on 3 chan nels Wire less in ter face power: 10mW ERP with in cor po rated an tenna Di men sions (LxHxP): 31x28,5x9,5cm (an tenna con nec tor ex cluded) H Con tainer ma te rial: ABS Weight: 1,6Kg with out bat tery, 4,15Kg with 7,2Ah battery P En vi ron men tal work ing and stor age con di tions Tem per a ture: -10 to 50 Hu mid ity: 20% to 80% Con tainer pro tec tion level: IP30 L Pag. 11

17 Cap. 3 - Introduction to the operation IRS-RT868/P RESET P2 P1 PR-G1 SIR USB Pag. 12

18 Cap. 4 - Main board description 4 - Main board description P50 UHF VHF P4 DAT OK TX N ROHS STA-IRS8 J1 RESET P2 P1 P3 P8 P14 P7 SIR J4 J5 REP PR BAT PWR P16 P54 AUX USB P15 P56 X12 X89 P17 USB NC NA COM SIR SIR STATO BS OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7 OUT A I 8 IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN EN 12V 12V RS485 Plugs P3, P4 BiTech radio interface P7 Interior siren plug P8 power plug P14 RS232 serial port plug P15 phone card plug P16 PR-G1 plug P17 USB plug P50 Antenna plug P54 AUX switch plug for anti-removal P56 RS485 for expansions plug Jumpers J1 Watch-Dog Transmitter Close: Watch-Dog disabled Open: Normal use J4-J5 Firmware upgrade 1-2: Firmware upgrade 2-3: Normal use / programming by MVC P7 SIR P J4 J5 Fuses: X12 FS1 Fast fuse 5A (on power supply) Fast Fuse 4A Buttons/Switches Reset Pressed does a reset of the motherboard, the programmed parameters are not cancelled. P1 RADIO TEST Pressed transmits a test message directed to the Central Station. P2 INSTALLER TEST Pressed, the transmit power is reduced to 1W and the sensitivity receive is reduced by 10dB. When the function is on, the LED REP blinks. The device exits automatically from this mode after 5 minutes or pressing again the P2 button. Pag. 13

19 Cap. 4 - Main board description Light signals Led color Description PWR GREEN On: indicates that the device is powered. BAT RED On: indicates that the battery is low or missing Flashing: indicates that the period battery test is in progress PR GREEN On: indicates that 230 VAC voltage is present REP YELLOW On: indicates that the REP function is active. Flashing: indicates that the Installation Test function is active TX RED On: indicates that the device is in transmission mode. DAT OK BLUE On: indicates that the message has been received correctly Con nec tor P30: Pin Description 1 Voltage presence mains 2 Not used 3 Current limit for power supply 4 +13,8Vcc 5 GND Pag. 14

20 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description 5 - Operation: detailed description Let's now look at each func tion of the con trol unit in de tails Independent partitions- Zone sharing The BiTech con trol unit in cludes 4 par ti tions. If de layed sen sors are used, the Ad mis sion and Learning times must be es tab lished for each of them. These times will be the same for all sen sors of the same par ti tion. All par ti tions have an au to matic re arm ing func tion. This func tion can be ac ti vated by sim ply en ter ing a time dif fer ent from 0 in the "AutoArm T." box. Par ti tion 4 can be used for the Pa trol func tion The BiTech sys tem en ables the use and man age ment of zones shared by sev eral par ti tions. Let's see how they work by show ing some sim ple ex am ples. A S1 Partition 1 Zone 1 S3 Zone 3 C B Partition 2 P Two of fices A and B have a com mon C cor ri dor. To make things sim ple, this sys tem only in cludes 3 sen sors: one in of fice A, one in of fice B and one in the cor ri dor. The sys tem is there fore di vided in two par ti tions: par ti tion 1 (of fice A) and par ti tion 2 (of fice B); sen sor 1 (zone 1) only be longs to par ti tion A and sen sor 2 only be longs to par ti tion B, while sen sor 3 (zone 3) is shared and be longs both to par ti tions A and B. Each user (A and B) can only arm/dis arm their sec tion of the sys tem. Let's now sup pose that the start up con di tion is with both par ti tions dis armed. To sim plify things, all par ti tion are instantaneous and can be excluded. Case 1 - A user leaves and arms par ti tion 1 (to tal), in NON Mas ter mode. As zone 3 also be longs to a non armed par ti tion, zone 3 is not armed. Hav ing shared zones in a non ac ti vated state, par ti tion 1 re mains in the wait ing con di tion. In this way user B can cross the cor ri dor with out generating an alarm. - User B leaves and arms par ti tion 2 (to tal), in NON Mas ter mode. This will also arm zone 3. S2 Zone 2 NOTICE Note: If an in truder cause sen sor 3 to trip, both par ti tion 1 and par ti tion 2 will en ter an alarm con di tion. Case 2 - A user leaves and arms par ti tion 1 (to tal), in Mas ter mode. Al though also be long ing to a non armed par ti tion, zone 3 will also be ac ti vated. Par ti tion 2 en ters a wait ing state, be cause at least one of its zones is ac tive. Pag. 15

21 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description NOTICE Note: User B cross ing the cor ri dor will now gen er ate an alarm. This type of arm ing can be nec es sary when the Mas ter user (the su per vi sor) wants to en sure that all the sys tem is armed. Mas ter or non Mas ter arm ing mode de pends on the pass word used (dur ing the key pad op er a tions), or by the key used (op er a tion us ing an arm ing de vice) or by the re mote con trol. During the programming operations, each password, key and remote control are associated with an arm ing mode (Mas ter or nor mal). This as so ci a tion can only be changed dur ing pro gram ming h Partition All the con trols that are al ways ac tive and ca pa ble of gen er at ing an alarm event, ir re spec tive of whether the par ti tions are armed or not, be long to the 24h par ti tion. These in clude: Zone/devices dis abling Wire devices sab o tage (cable cuts or short cir cuit for bal anced wired inputs). Bus485 devices tam per Wire less devices tam per Con trol Unit panel tam per (removal of cover and/or removal of con trol unit) Fire Panic Medical Con trol unit low bat tery level Wire less devices low bat tery level No power sup ply Wireless devices malfunction Bus485 devices loss Wire less devices jam ming Duress Wrong pass word entered Invalid key detec tion Tele phone Line fault Zone exclu sion Alarm zone Maintenance Antenna cut 24H zone alarm Pag. 16

22 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description 5.3- Automatic Rearming function All par ti tions can be au to mat i cally re armed af ter a settable amount of time. To en able this func tion the parameter "AutoArm T." on the page "Sys tem Par ti tions" needs to be set to a value other than 0. The re stor ing of an alarm mem ory from any par ti tion other than the Pa trol par ti tion will also de lete the Patrol partition memory. If dur ing au to matic re arm ing of an par ti tion, one or more of its zones are alarmed, the par ti tion will gen er ate a Bur glar Alarm event. WARN ING! The panel con trol works in dif fer ent way if you in sert the sys tem man u ally or au to mat i cally with im me di ate zones in alarm. ARM ING MAN UAL or dis arm ing by RE MOTE (MVSNet Cen tral Sta tion) - If there are im me di ate zones in alarm auto-ex cluded, the panel con trol de nied the arm ing; re peat ing the op er a tion the zone is ex cluded and the area is armed. The state of the zone is now de pend ent if pro grammed to self-in clude when it re turns at rest or be ex cluded un til the next arm ing. - If there are im me di ate zones in alarm and are not excludible, the panel con trol de nied the arm ing; even re peat ing the op er a tion the area can not be armed. AU TO MATIC ARM ING by time sched uler or area with time of arm ing. - If there are im me di ate zones in alarm self-ex cluded, the panel con trol forces the arm ing of the area ex clud ing au to mat i cally the zone. The state of the zone is now de pend ent if pro grammed to self-in clude when it re turns at rest or be ex cluded un til the next arm ing. - If there are im me di ate zones in alarm not excludible, the panel con trol arms the area and im me di ately starts the alarm, the zone is ac tive Patrol Partition function Par ti tion 4 can be ded i cated to the Pa trol func tion. This func tion is use ful when sup port from a Sur veil lance Unit for en vi ron men tal con trol is agreed. The se cu rity guard of the Unit can ac cess cer tain zones be long ing to this par ti tion. Once dis armed, par ti tion 4 will en able the Pa trol user (se cu rity guard) to carry out a pa trol ling of the par ti tion. Once this has been com pleted, par ti tion 4 can be ei ther man u ally re armed by the Pa trol user or au to mat i cally re armed af ter a set amount of time. In stan dard us age con di tion, the Pa trol par ti tion only has zones shared with other par ti tions and is al ways armed. This en sures that: - When the rest of the sys tem is dis armed, the Pa trol par ti tion is in a wait ing state. - Once the sys tem is armed, the Pa trol par ti tion be comes ac tive. - When the guard dis arms the Pa trol par ti tion for in spec tion, only the zones be long ing to the Pa trol par ti tion will be dis armed. Pag. 17

23 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description NOTICE Notes. - The Pa trol func tion can only be used af ter set ting a Re arm ing Time dif fer ent from zero. - If some of the shared zones are de layed, it may be come nec es sary that also this par ti tion is de layed. In this case, in put and out put times of the Pa trol par ti tion can be set equal to those of the shared zones. If the Pa trol func tion is not needed, set the Re arm ing Time to zero. By do ing, so the par ti tion will be have like any other par ti tions Scheduler The unit has a sched uler on a weekly ba sis with the fol low ing fea tures: Up to 4 pro grams each pro gram can be as so ci ated with one or more ar eas or one or more out puts each pro gram al lows n 2 on / off daily and/or n 2 ac ti va tion/de ac ti va tion of out puts associated Arming Total or Perimeter Management of day festival Up to 12 days of the fixed hol i days (pre-set) Up to 12 days of vari ables hol i days (pre-set) The programmation may be done by MVC or wired key pad (Ad min is tra tor menu) Partitions Admission / Leaving times: Delayed zones The BiTech con trol unit de layed zones use the times pro grammed for the par ti tions they be long to. In other words, ad mis sion and leav ing times of de layed zones are the same that have been set for the par ti tion they be long to. A zone needs to be de layed if it needs alarm ing dur ing the par ti tion arm ing and dis arm ing operations. Example: if the key pad is placed on the en try cor ri dor and the door is fit ted with a mag netic con tact, once the sys tem has been armed the door will need open ing for the user to leave (leav ing time) and once the user re turns the door will have to be opened again (admission time). The two times op er ate as fol low: Leaving time: the delayed sen sors are ignored (they are not active). Admission time: delayed sen sors alarms are mem o rized and will only gen er ate an alarm when the time has expired. Due to its spe cial op er at ing pro ce dure, the Wire less mag netic sen sor will be dis cussed in de tails later on. Pag. 18

24 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description 5.7- Wired Inputs The BiTech Con trol Unit in cludes 8 wired in puts. These zones can be used for the con nec tion of sen sors us ing NC, NA or bal anced modes. NC Mode When this mode is set, the in put will be idle when short-cir cuited at the GND and in alarm con di tion when open. This ca ble con nec tion set-up is much sim pler, but it does not dis tin guish be tween a zone in alarm con di tion and a zone in sab o tage con di tion. NA Mode When this mode is set, the input will be idle when open and in alarm condition when short-circuited at the GND. Also this cabling set-up does not distinguish between a zone in alarm condition and a zone in sabotage condition. Bal anced mode (dual bal anc ing) In this mode, the in put is con nected so that it is ter mi nated, idle, at the GND by means of a 47KΩ re sis tance. The dif fer ent con di tions, based on the in put volt age, are listed in the ta ble be low. Input state: Voltage Cable-cut Sabotage: >2,7V Alarm: 1,8 2,7V Rest: 1,24 1,8V Alarm: 0,5 1,24V Cable shorted sabotage: < 0,5V For the ca bling pro ce dure re fer to the in stal la tion sec tion. Mode Not Used In this mode, the in put (zone) is al ways at rest and is not re ported as "zones Dis abled" on the keypad display. Alarm Mode 24H In this use the in put (zone) is al ways ac tive. The event gen er ated (Zone Alarm 24H) moves in the ac tive state when at least one zone is in alarm 24H. If this event is as so ci ated the ac ti va tion of an out put, this out put can be pro grammed as static or im pul sive; if it is static fol lows the plug (log i cal OR be tween in puts 24H), while if it is im pul sive it turns off af ter the programmed time Sensors block This fea ture al lows you to avoid false alarms caused by radio fre quen cy of the trans mit ter on the inputs. Checking the appropriate parameters for each input, every time the radio communicator is trans mit ting: - all variations of the input are ignored for the set time (Sensors Block Time, default 10 seconds); - BS out put (Block Sen sors) re mains ac tive for the du ra tion of that time. Pag. 19

25 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description 5.9- Zone exclusion - forced arming On some oc ca sions, upon arm ing of the sys tem it will also be nec es sary to ex clude an alarmed zone. Examples: - a faulty sensor remains in a permanently alarmed state (and the system needs arming, waiting for the replacement of the sensor); - dur ing the sum mer months, one may want to arm the sys tem, while keep ing a con tact protected window open. A forced arm ing is the arm ing of the sys tem when one or more zones are alarmed. The sys tem will no tify that one or more zones are alarmed, and the arm ing pro ce dure must be repeated. SPE CIAL CASES OF ARM ING WITH AN ALARMED ZONE SHARED BY MORE PAR TI TIONS: Delayed zone Non MAS TER arm ing of an PAR TI TION other than the last one: Dur ing the arm ing of the par ti tions it belongs to, the alarm con di tion is not noti fied and the zone is not acti vated. Non MAS TER arm ing of the last PAR TI TION: Dur ing the arm ing of the par ti tions it belongs to, the alarm con di tion is not noti fied but the zone is acti vated. Zone restore is required within the leav ing time. MAS TER arm ing of any par ti tion: Dur ing the arm ing of the par ti tions it belongs to, the alarm con di tion is not noti fied but the zone is acti vated. Zone restore is required within the leav ing time. Non de layed zone (that can or can not be ex cluded) Non MAS TER arm ing of an PAR TI TION other than the last one: When alarm ing one of the par ti tions the zone belongs to, the zone alarm con di tion is noti fied. The user is there fore obliged to con tinue with forced arm ing, even if the zone will not be excluded or acti vated. Non MAS TER arm ing of the last PAR TI TION: When alarm ing one of the par ti tions the zone belongs to, the zone alarm con di tion is noti fied. The user is there fore obliged to con tinue with forced arm ing and the zone will be excluded and acti vated. MAS TER arm ing of any PAR TI TION: When alarm ing the par ti tion the zone be longs to, the zone alarm con di tion is no ti fied. The user is there fore obliged to con tinue with forced arm ing and the zone will be ex cluded and activated. WARN ING! A de layed zone can not be ex cluded (a con trol sys tem pre vents ex clu sion). NOTICE Note. The bal anced zones that are in the state of Sab o tage are not con sid ered in alarm; is the same for the wire less sen sors. Each time a zone is ex cluded, the rel e vant event is gen er ated. Pag. 20

26 Cap. 5 - Operation: detailed description Automatic re-including zones For the exclusion of a zone, since ver sion you can choose the op er a tion of the area in 3 different ways: NO (not auto-dis abling zone) The zone is not excludible through forced arm ing. Single The zone excluded by a forced arm ing, remains excluded until the next arm ing. Auto The zone excluded by a forced arm ing, turns back active automatically when at rest state. All are valid only for wired in puts and for mag netic sen sors (Door and Aux sec tion) Zone disabling The man ual ex clu sion of a zone (dis abling), is an op er a tion car ried out us ing the key pad or from the pro gram. It makes the zone permanently non ac tive. A dis abled zone can be re ac ti vated us ing the same pro ce dure. Each time a zone is ex cluded, the rel e vant event is gen er ated. For more de tails on zone dis abling re fer to the sec tion Key pad Op er a tions Outputs The BiTech con trol unit has 8 (expandible to 24) ground re ferred (GND) open col lec tor out puts, ca pa ble of driv ing up to 100mA. The out puts can be ei ther Static or monostable, de pend ing on their use. All out puts can be ac ti vated based on in ter nal states of the con trol unit, to no tify sys tem Events (re fer to the sec tion Events in the Pro gram ming chap ter), or can be used as re mote con trols ac ti vated by the Op er at ing Cen tre. This op er a tions can be car ried out also us ing a tele phone. Out puts not used to no tify sys tem events can be used for re mote con trol op er a tion and be en abled from the Op er at ing Con trol Station or by tele phone re mote con trol. In the lat ter case, only out puts 1 to 8 can be used Wireless sensors The BiTech control unit supports a special range of Wireless sensors and devices. This is a proprietary synchronized radio system with time division, that enables obtaining a continuous Bi-directional connection between the Control Unit and the devices. Brief op er a tion de scrip tion The BiTech sys tem is based on a Sicep pro pri etary pro to col. Com mu ni ca tions are in syn chro nized mode. This means that each de vice has its own time win dow, within a 2 sec onds cy cle, for com mu ni ca tion with the con trol unit. This brings spe cial ad van tages: im por tant sav ings on the bat tery, be cause each sen sor only ac ti vates the re ceiver (and trans mit ter) for a very short frac tion of the cy cle. real supervision of the sensors and sensor s intelligent operation. total freedom from collision, resulting in optimum utilisation of the radio channel. The BiTech sys tem sup ports up to 28 de vices (in clud ing sev eral types of sen sors, re mote con trols and keypads) and a max i mum of 4 re peat ers, which can be used to reach the sen sors and devices positioned in less favourable locations. Each Wire less sen sor (with the ex cep tion of the REP), is pow ered by a 3.6 V AA Lith ium bat tery. Pag. 21

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