PA4. 4 Zone Wired Intruder Alarm System. Installation & Operating Manual. MAINS CLEAR 24Hr. Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4

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1 PA4 4 Zone Wired Intruder Alarm System MAINS CLEAR 24Hr Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone OMIT AWAY 0 ER HOME EXIT 1. Check all windows and doors are closed. 2. a) Fullguard - 'Away' then 'Arm'. or b) Partguard - 'Home' then 'Arm'. 3. Leave premises by entry/exit route. ENTRY 1. Enter premises by entry/exit route. 2. Enter your 4 digit password. If a mistake is made re-enter the correct passcode. Installation & Operating Manual

2 FOREWORD Your decision to purchase a Response PA4 Wired Intruder Alarm System represents a major and sensible step towards total protection of your premises, its contents and its occupants. All components are designed and manufactured to provide a high standard of security protection and long, reliable service. The PA4 Alarm System is designed for ease of installation using only conventional domestic tools. However, it is essential that the installer reads and fully understands the advice and procedures contained in this manual and plans the system before proceeding with the installation. During installation, it is important that the procedures described in this manual are followed in sequence. This manual should be retained in a safe place for future reference. IMPORTANT All components, with the exception of the External Siren, are suitable for mounting in dry interior locations only. Tools and Equipment Required: 3mm flat bladed screwdriver No.1 Philips screwdriver No.2 Philips screwdriver Wire Cutters & Strippers Drill 5 & 6mm Masonry Drill Bits Bradawl Hammer Small Spirit Level Additional Requirements: Terminal Strip or Insulating Tape 2 x 9 Volt PP3 Alkaline Back-up Batteries SAFETY WARNINGS Before proceeding with the installation, please note the following safety warnings: 1. Always follow the manufacturers advice when using power tools, steps, ladders etc. and wear suitable protective equipment (e.g. safety goggles) when drilling holes and hammering home cable clips etc. 2. Before drilling holes in walls, check for hidden cables and pipes. The use of a cable/pipe locator may be advisable if in any doubt. 3. When using ladders, ensure that they are positioned on a firm stable surface at the correct angle and suitably secured before use. 4. The use of ear defenders is advisable when working in close proximity to the Siren due to the high sound level produced by this device. SYSTEM SECURITY This system has been designed to both detect intruders and act as a strong deterrent to would-be intruders. Please remember that, given adequate knowledge and time, it is possible to overcome any alarm system and we therefore recommend that an Intruder Alarm is used in conjunction with good physical protection such as security windows and door locks. The system is operated from the Control Panel using a 4 digit User Access code. Care should be taken to ensure that your User Access code does not become known to other people as this will compromise the security of your system. In this event the User Access code should be changed as soon as possible. LOCAL AUTHORITY REGULATIONS Depending on your location within the country, you may be required by law to notify the Local Authorities and Police of your new alarm installation. Local Authority requirements differ from area to area, therefore, we recommend that you contact your Local Borough Environmental Officer to obtain full details of your area's requirements. Friedland PA4 Wired Intruder Alarm System

3 CONTENTS Page No. Page No. INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEW Alarm Control Panel 2 System Operation After Power Failure 2 Passive Infra Red Movement Detectors 2 Magnetic Contacts 2 External Siren 2 KIT CONTENTS 3 SYSTEM FEATURES User Functions 4 Arm/Disarm 4 Quick Set 4 Event Log 4 Home and Zone Omit 4 Reset 4 Installer Functions 4 Programming 4 Zones 4 24 Hour Tamper Circuit 4 Siren/Anti Tamper Monitoring 4 Programmable Zone Options 4 Entry/Exit 4 Walk Through Zone 4 General System Programmable Options 5 Entry Time 5 Exit Time 5 Zone Omit 5 Alarm Duration 5 System Reset 5 User Access Code 5 Installer Access Code 5 Keypad Security 5 PLANNING THE INSTALLATION Locating the Control Panel 6 Detector Wiring 6 Magnetic Contact Detectors 6 PIR Movement Detectors 6 External Siren 6 Installation Example 7 INSTALLING THE CONTROL PANEL Testing the Control Panel 8 Wiring the Detection Zones 9 INSTALLING THE PIR MOVEMENT DETECTORS Mounting the PIR Movement Detectors 10 Wiring the PIR Movement Detectors 11 Testing the PIR Movement Detectors at the Control Panel 11 TYPICAL WIRING ARRANGEMENTS 12 INSTALLING THE MAGNETIC CONTACT DETECTORS Wiring the Magnetic Contacts 14 Testing Magnetic Contacts at the Control Panel 15 INSTALLING THE EXTERNAL SIREN Fitting the External Siren Unit 15 Wiring the Siren Unit 16 CONNECTING THE CONTROL PANEL MAINS ADAPTOR AND OPTIONAL BACK-UP BATTERIES 16 PROGRAMMING General 17 INSTALLER PROGRAMMING MODE 17 Changing The Installer Access Code 17 Exit Delay Time Adjustment 17 Entry Delay Time Adjustment 18 Alarm Duration Adjustment 18 Selecting Home Feature Zones 18 Selecting Walk Through Zones 18 Selecting Code Arming 19 Reset System Defaults 19 Lost Or Forgotten Installer Access Code 19 USER PROGRAMMING MODE 19 Change The User Access Code 19 TESTING THE SYSTEM 20 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Away Arming All Zones 20 Home Arming Pre-Selected Zones 21 Arming with Occasional Zones Omitted 21 Quick Arm 21 Disarming the System 21 Event Log 22 MAINTENANCE Control Panel and Detectors 22 Back-up Batteries Batteries 22 AL RECORD 22 TROUBLE SHOOTING 23 EXTENDING YOUR PA4 WIRED INTRUDER AL SYSTEM 24 COMPONENT SPECIFICATION Back Cover PA4 Alarm 1

4 INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION The PA4 Alarm Package contains all components necessary to install a complete system. The items included in your Package are shown opposite. The main components are as follows:- AL CONTROL PANEL The Control Panel is the heart of the intruder alarm system and contains the microprocessor and electronic circuitry necessary to monitor the various detection circuits (Zones) and to initiate an alarm condition in the event of an intrusion into a protected area. The complete system operates at 12 Volts powered from the plug-in mains adaptor. In the event of a mains failure, the system will operate from the optional Back-up Batteries if these have been fitted. The Control Panel is operated via the push buttons on the front of the Control Panel allowing the user to / DIS the system, Omit Zones, view the Event Log, Test the system or Program the various system functions. A four digit User Access Code ensures that only authorised users can operate the system. The Control Panel also contains a small speaker used to indicate various conditions by means of a variety of tones. The Control Panel incorporates a Non Volatile Memory, (NVM) which records all program settings indefinitely even when all power has been removed. The Control Panel will also remember which mode it was in when power was disconnected and revert to this mode when power is restored, e.g. if the panel was in Alarm Mode when the power was removed, the panel will continue to be in Alarm Mode when power is restored. SYSTEM OPERATION AFTER POWER FAILURE If a power failure occurs while the system is armed and backup batteries are not fitted (or flat) then when power is restored the system will be in its previously armed state. If there are any PIR detectors wired to any active zone then an alarm will initially occur. The siren will sound for the set alarm duration after the 3-4 minutes required for the PIR detectors to stabilise. This is because the PIR detectors require a period of 3-4 minutes to stabilise before they operate correctly and during this period they effectively generate an alarm signal to the Control Panel. Note: Although optional, it is strongly recommended that backup batteries are fitted. All detectors and alarm circuits are wired from the Control Panel and operate at 12 Volts dc. PASSIVE INFRA RED MOVEMENT DETECTORS Passive Infra Red (PIR) detectors are designed to detect movement in a protected area by detecting changes in infra red radiation levels within its field of vision. If movement is detected the PIR detector will generating an alarm signal at the Control Panel, (if the system is armed). PIR detectors will also detect animals, so ensure that pets are not permitted access to areas fitted with PIR Movement Detectors when the system is armed. Additional Passive Infra Red Movement Detectors can be purchased separately, if required. MAGNETIC CONTACT DETECTORS Each Magnetic Contact Detector comprises two parts; a Magnetic Contact Switch and a Magnet. They are designed to be fitted to either doors or windows with the Magnet fixed to the moving/opening part and the Contact Switch fixed to the door or window frame. When the protected door or window is closed, the Contact Switch is held closed by the magnetic field from the Magnet. Opening the protected door or window will remove the magnetic field and allow the contact switch to open generating an alarm signal at the Control Panel, (if the system is armed). Additional Magnetic Contacts can be purchased separately, if required. EXTERNAL SIREN The External Siren enclosure houses the Siren, which when assembled, installed and wired to the Control Panel will activate in the event of an intrusion with the system armed. In the event of the cable to the Siren Unit being deliberately cut an alarm will be generated at the control panel, provided that the tamper circuit to the Siren has been connected. 2 PA4 Alarm

5 KIT CONTENTS The PA4 Wired Intruder Alarm System contains the following components. MAINS CLEAR 24Hr Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone AWAY 0 ER OMIT HOME EXIT 1. Check all windows and doors are closed. 2. a) Fullguard - 'Away' then 'Arm'. or b) Partguard - 'Home' then 'Arm'. 3. Leave premises by entry/exit route. ENTRY 1. Enter premises by entry/exit route. 2. Enter your 4 digit password. If a mistake is made re-enter the correct passcode. INTRODUCTION Control Panel 2 x Magnetic Contact Detectors External Siren External Siren Enclosure 2 x PIR Movement Detectors IMPORTANT Please check all items are present BEFORE breaking the packaging warranty seals. No claims for missing parts will be accepted unless pack seals are in place and intact. 1 x 4 Zone Control Panel 1 x Mains Adaptor Mains Adaptor 1 x External Siren 1 x External Siren Enclosure 2 x Passive Infra Red Movement Detectors 2 x Magnetic Contact Detectors 1 x 50 metres (approx) of 6 Core Cable 1 x Cable Clips and Fixings Also included:- Installation & Operating Manual Window Warning Stickers EXTENDING THE PA4 AL SYSTEM The following additional accessories are available to enhance your system and provide further protection and a higher level of security where required. Important: The PA4 system can be expanded to contain maximum of 7 PIR detectors. Component Accessory Pack Order Code comprising the following: 2 x Passive Infra Red Movement Detectors 2 x Magnetic Contact Detectors 25 metres (approx.) of 6 Core Cable PU1 Passive Infra Red Movement Detectors (Twin Pack) PU2 Full details of these accessories are given on page 24. PA4 Alarm 3

6 SYSTEM FEATURES INTRODUCTION USER FUNCTIONS /DIS The system has an easy arming facility. To fully arm the system simply press the button or to partially arm the system, omitting preselected Zones; press the HOME button. Then press. QUICK SET The final arming of the system can be quicker. This is useful for night setting when the Entry/Exit sounder can be silenced after just a few seconds. EVENT LOG The Control Panel incorporates an Event Log memory capable of storing the last 4 alarm events. The Event Log replay will enable the user to establish which Zones have been activated if an alarm has occurred. HOME AND ZONE OMIT The HOME AWAY button is used if you are remaining on the premises and require to arm the system while omitting pre-selected Zones. The Magnetic Contacts on the front door would normally be connected to Zone 1. Other Detectors can be connected to Zones 2, 3 and 4 to protect the remaining areas within the property, as required. 24 HOUR TAMPER CIRCUIT Many system components incorporate tamper protection facilities and the associated wiring can be monitored on a 24 hour basis to generate an alarm condition if the equipment or wiring is interfered with. It is recommended that all system components with tamper facilities are monitored for tamper. SIREN ANTI TAMPER MONITORING Wiring to the External Siren is monitored on a 24 hour basis. In the event of the wiring to the External Siren being damaged or deliberately cut, an alarm will be initiated at the Control Panel. PROGRAMMABLE ZONE OPTIONS The OMIT button enables you to omit any Zone combination you require on a once only or temporary basis. Note: The Entry/Exit Zone cannot be omitted. ing the button clears any previously entered information at the keypad, e.g. incorrect buttons pressed and also clears Fault Lights, and resets the system after an alarm. INSTALLER FUNCTIONS PROGRAMMING When a valid installer code has been entered, access to programming the various system options will be permitted. ZONES The Control Panel incorporates four detection Zones for the connection of the system detectors. Zone 1 is intended for exclusive connection to the detector(s) which are located on the Entry/Exit route and will operate the Entry/Exit timers and associated tones. ENTRY/EXIT Zone 1 is programmed as Entry/Exit to allow the user a preselected (adjustable) time delay to exit and enter the premises without creating an alarm. During the Entry/Exit procedures, a low audible warning tone will be emitted from the Control Panel speaker. Normally the front door of the property would be the Entry/Exit route and would be connected to Zone 1. WALK THROUGH ZONE Zone 2 is programmed for a detector which is fitted between the Entry/Exit door and the Control Panel, e.g. in the downstairs hallway. When the Entry/Exit door is opened and the entry procedure begins, the Walk Through Zone is inhibited for the duration of the entry time, allowing the system to be disarmed without creating an alarm. However, if the Walk Through Zone is violated before the entry procedure is initiated, a full alarm will instantly occur. Note 1: It is advisable to change Zone 2 to an Instant Zone if this facility is not required. Note 2: Zone(s) selected as Walk Through, cannot also be selected to operate on the HOME feature. 4 PA4 Alarm

7 GENERAL SYSTEM PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS ENTRY TIME This is the time programmed to allow the user to reach the Control Panel to disarm the system before an alarm occurs. The Entry Time may be set between seconds, depending on your own requirements. The default Entry Time is 30 seconds. If the system is not disarmed during the Entry delay period, a full alarm will occur when the Entry time expires. EXIT TIME This is the time programmed to allow the user to exit the premises before the system finally arms. The default Exit Time is 30 seconds however, this time may be set between seconds, depending on your requirements. You will need to leave all protected areas and close protected doors/windows before the Exit time expires or a full alarm condition will occur. SYSTEM (RETURN ALL OPTIONS TO FACTORY SETTINGS) If the User/Installer Access Codes have been lost or forgotten, or the installer is unsure of the programmed options, it is possible to return the Control Panel program to the factory default settings. All previously programmed options will be cleared and the system will require to be re-programmed to the user s requirements. USER ACCESS CODE To Arm and Disarm the system and perform other functions, the user must enter a unique 4-digit User Access Code at the Control Panel keypad. The default User Access Code is but this should be changed to your own unique code which only you and other system users know, once installation is complete. INTRODUCTION Note: If a Zone is open when the system is armed the Control Panel will emit a series of beeps (different to the Entry/Exit tone) to indicate which Zone is open, (i.e. 1 beep = Zone 1 open). It is not possible to Arm the system until the Zone is clear or omitted before arming. ZONE OMIT It is possible to pre-program a section of Zones for regular Zone omitting ie: night setting where ground floor Zones are armed whilst first floor Zones are omitted. Once programmed, the use of the button will Arm the system omitting the selected Zones. It is also possible to omit a specified Zone(s) different to the Home setting on a once only/temporary basis using the OMIT button. HOME AL DURATION This is the time that the External Siren will sound for following an alarm activation. The program Alarm Duration time is 20 minutes, however this can be set to between minutes, depending on individual requirements. Note: Most Local Authority noise pollution requirements set limits acceptable for alarm duration. You should therefore check your Local Authority requirements. INSTALLER ACCESS CODE To allow programming of the system options, a unique Installer Access Code must be entered at the Control Panel keypad. If the user is installing the system, you may choose your own code. However, if the system has been installed for you by an approved installer, the installation code may not be available. The factory default Installer Access Code is but this should be changed when the programming has been completed. KEYPAD SECURITY The Control Panel is protected from unauthorised disarming by means of initiating an alarm if more than 4 incorrect attempts to enter the User Access Code are made. In addition, if any button is pressed when the system is armed, the Entry timer will start. PA4 Alarm 5

8 PLANNING THE INSTALLATION INSTALLATION GENERAL Before attempting to install any wiring or system components, it is recommended that a plan of the proposed installation is prepared. This should help the installation to be completed using the most unobtrusive and effective methods. The following guidelines should be followed and used in conjunction with the example provided when preparing your own system plan. LOCATING THE CONTROL PANEL The Control Panel should be located out of obvious sight of potential intruders and in a safe location, but easily accessible for system operation. Typically, the Control Panel may be located close to the main entry door or in a small cupboard under the stairs (or similar) close to a mains socket. An ideal mounting height would be the same as a household light switch or similar. If small children are in the household, a further consideration should be given to keeping the Panel out of reach. Also consider the user s ability to hear the Entry/Exit Tone emitted by the Control Panel effectively when setting the system. It is preferable that the Exit Tone can be heard from outside the property when arming the system. The final position of the Control Panel will depend on the individual user requirements. Note: If using the Home Arm feature the Control Panel must not be located within an area protected by a PIR Movement detector unless this detector is not activated during Home Arm. DETECTOR WIRING Where only one detector per Zone is to be connected, the cable should be run directly to the detector. However, if more than one detector is to be connected to a Zone, either (a) run all cables back to the Control Panel or (b) run one cable to the Control Panel and link the detector contacts in SERIES and power supplies in PARALLEL, (refer to example installation wiring diagrams on pages 15-16). MAGNETIC CONTACT DETECTORS The Magnetic Contact Detectors are suitable for mounting in dry interior locations only. Decide which doors and windows are to be protected by fitting the Magnetic Contact Detectors. Normally the front and back doors will have Magnetic Contact Detectors fitted. Additional detectors may be fitted where required to other more vulnerable doors or windows, e.g. garage, patio and conservatory doors etc. Note: It is not recommended to connect more than four Magnetic Contacts to one Zone, as this may cause difficulty in wiring and hinder any attempt to remedy wiring faults efficiently. PIR MOVEMENT DETECTORS The PIR Detectors are suitable for mounting in dry interior locations only. When considering and deciding upon the mounting position for the detector the following points should be considered to ensure trouble free operation: 1. Ideally the detector should be positioned in a corner of the room to be protected where the logical path of an intruder would cut across the fan detection pattern of the device. PIR detectors respond more effectively to movement across the device than to movement directly towards it. 2. Do not position the detector facing a window or where it is exposed to direct sunlight. PIR detectors are not suitable for use in conservatories. 3. Do not position the detector where it is exposed to draughts. 4. Do not position the detector directly above a heat source, (e.g. fire, radiator, boiler, etc). 5. Do not position the detector in a position where it is subject to excessive vibration. Note: When the system is armed, household pets should not be allowed into an area protected by a PIR as their movement would trigger the PIR and activate the alarm. Alternatively a PIR protected Zone may be 'Omitted' to allow for pet movement. EXTERNAL SIREN The external housing should be located as high as possible in a prominent position so that it can be easily seen and heard. When running the cable to the siren, the cable should pass through a hole in the external wall and enter through the rear of the casing. 6 PA4 Alarm

9 MAINS CLEAR 24Hr Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 OMIT AWAY ER HOME EXIT 1. Check all windows and doors are closed. 2. a) Fullguard - 'Away' then 'Arm'. or b) Partguard - 'Home' then 'Arm'. 3. Leave premises by entry/exit route. ENTRY 1. Enter premises by entry/exit route. 2. Enter your 4 digit password. If a mistake is made re-enter the correct passcode. Surface wiring to the External Siren is not recommended unless it is mechanically protected, e.g. in steel tubing or equivalent. However, if surface wiring is unavoidable, the 24 hour monitoring will activate the Control Panel sounder if damage occurs. However, if the system is armed at the time a full alarm will occur. FURTHER CONSIDERATIONS If the system is to be armed at night ie. (Zones omitted) while the occupants remain in the household, make sure that any detectors which are to be omitted are wired exclusively to those Zone(s). INSTALLATION EXAMPLE The following example shows typical floor plans for a two storey domestic property incorporating the suggested positions for the Control Panel, External Siren and Detectors, for optimum security. Use this as a guide for your installation in conjunction with the recommendations for planning your intruder alarm system. In this example, the front door is the Entry/Exit route to the property and is connected to Zone 1. The side door is also fitted with a Magnetic Contact and is connected to Zone 2. (Remember that a Walk Through Zone cannot also be selected on the Home setting). Pay particular attention to the most vulnerable points of entry to your property, which are the doors and windows to the side and rear of the property. Plan your cable runs for ease of installation and neatness of final appearance, allowing for concealing cables where necessary. PIR Movement Detector The Living Room and Dining Room are fitted with PIR Movement Detectors detecting entry into the rooms from any angle and are connected to Zone 3. An additional PIR has been fitted on the upstairs landing. The upstairs PIR Movement Detector will detect entry into the first floor and is connected to Zone 4 (This is the Zone which will be intentionally omitted when the system is armed at night). Dining Room PIR Movement Detector INSTALLATION (Zone 3) Living Room (Zone 3) Hallway Magnetic Contact Detector TYPICAL GROUND FLOOR PLAN Control Panel Kitchen Back Door (Zone 2) PIR Movement Detector Front Door (Entry/Exit Zone 1) Magnetic Contact Detector Control Panel (Zone 4) (omitted during night setting) Bedroom 2 Bedroom 1 Landing Bedroom 3 External Siren TYPICAL FIRST FLOOR PLAN PA4 Alarm 7

10 INSTALLING THE CONTROL PANEL INSTALLATION Choose a suitable position to locate the Control Panel as described in Planning The Installation. Note: The Control Panel should be mounted on an even flat surface to prevent the possibility of distortion to the Control Panel casing. 1. There is no need to completely remove the front cover screws, simply loosen the screws, then hinge open and lift the cover from the top lip and place safely to one side. 2. Hold the Control Panel in position and mark the location of the three mounting holes on the wall. A small spirit level placed on the casing will ensure a perfect level. Note the position of the cable entries that you may require before fixing the Control Panel. The final use of cable entries will depend on the individual installation requirements. 3. Remove the Control Panel, drill 3 x 6mm holes and insert the 30mm plastic wall plugs supplied. Using the 30mm No.8 screws fix the Control Panel loosely onto the two slotted holes at the top. The top screws may be tightened and the remaining bottom screw inserted when the installation is complete. Important: Do not drill the fixing holes with the Control Panel in position, as the resulting dust could seriously affect the system electronics and invalidate the guarantee. TESTING THE CONTROL PANEL The Control Panel is factory fitted with small wire links inserted to the Zone and 24Hr Tamper connections. These can be removed, then replaced when testing the Control Panel to simulate a detector switch opening and closing. Note: If the front cover tamper switch is not bypassed, the Control Panel will indicate a 24 hour fault, indicated by the 24 Hr LED and internal sounder activating. To temporarily bypass the Control Panel Anti Tamper Switch, connect a short piece of the alarm cable (approx. 100 mm) between terminals 11 and 21, while you test the Zones. Leave this wire connected throughout the installation and whilst you connect the detectors to the Control Panel. Should the panel speaker sound during testing, press followed by to silence the tone, followed by or Current User Access Code, then continue. Detection and Alarm Wiring Terminal Blocks NVM Reset Pins and Link Top Keyhole Fixings Speaker Leads Bottom Cover Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 24Hr SPEAKER D BELL B AUX NVM AWAY 0 ER OMIT HOME Keypad Cover Fixing Screws Cover Tamper Switch Leads and Connectors for Optional Back-up Batteries Bottom Fixing Hole Mains Adaptor Socket Control Panel Internal Physical Layout 8 PA4 Alarm

11 1. Connect the plug in Mains Adaptor and switch on the supply. 2. then press AWAY. The clear LED will illuminate. 3. Remove the factory fitted link from Zone 1 terminals. The Zone 1 LED will flash and the internal speaker will intermittently beep once. Refit the link to extinguish the Zone 1 LED and silence the tone. 4. Repeat this procedure for Zones 2, 3 and 4. The Control Panel will intermittently beep twice for Zone 2, three times for Zone 3 and four times for Zone To test the 24 Hr Zone, first ensure the temporary link is removed between the terminals 11 and 21. Make sure you hold down the panel tamper switch spring, press. Remove the factory link between terminals 11 and 12 to activate the internal speaker. Replace the link, then enter or Current User Access Code. Check the 24 Hr Zone LED is illuminated, then press. Replace the temporary link between terminals 11 and To end the test sequence, press. 7. The plug in Mains Adaptor must now be disconnected, but will be re-connected when testing each detector as it is installed. WIRING THE DETECTION ZONES In order to keep wiring consistent and aid installation/connections, it is recommended that the following wiring code is adhered to throughout the installation:- Red Black Yellow Blue Green White 12V 0V +ve supply to each PIR Movement Detector -ve supply to each PIR Movement Detector Normally closed detector contact alarm Zone circuit 24 Hr normally closed Tamper Circuit The power supply to each PIR Movement Detector should ideally be taken direct from the Control Panel to each detector, so that a break in the cable only results in one detector being out of service. However, the power supply can be taken from one detector to the next if required, up to a maximum of four detectors or 50 metres of cable per Zone. All Zone and Tamper circuit wiring must be wired in a SERIES loop from the appropriate terminals in the Control Panel. Where Series connections are made terminal blocks or insulating tape must be used to prevent bare wires touching each other. Surface cabling should be clipped at 1m intervals using the clips supplied. INSTALLATION Please refer to the appropriate circuit wiring diagrams for typical wiring arrangements for the detectors supplied Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 24Hr SPEAKER D BELL B AUX Zones Tamper Circuit External Siren PIR Detector Power Supply Mains Adaptor Factory Links Note: Remove factory wire links before connecting circuit wiring. Leave the factory wire links in place where a zone/circuit is unused. Control Panel Schematic Wiring Diagram Showing Factory Links Fitted PA4 Alarm 9

12 INSTALLING THE PIR MOVEMENT DETECTORS INSTALLATION The Passive Infra Red (PIR) Movement Detectors supplied with this kit are suitable for mounting in dry interior locations only. It is recommended that the PIR Detector is mounted in the corner of a room, approximately 2.2m above floor level. At this height the detector will have a 12m range with a 90º spread. If required the detector may be mounted at an 8 angle to tilt downwards and reduce the detection pattern range. Before fitting the detector, observe the environmental considerations as described in Planning The Installation. Note: A maximum of 7 PIR Movement Detectors can be connected to the system in total. Vertical Mount Angled Mount 8 Top Mount MOUNTING THE PIR MOVEMENT DETECTORS 1. Having chosen a suitable position to locate the PIR Detector, run the required length of 6-core cable back to the Control Panel. Do not make any connections at this stage. 2. Slightly loosen the cover retaining screw on the PIR and remove the cover. Carefully remove the PCB by un-clipping the PCB retaining clip at the bottom left of the PCB. Important: Do not touch the PIR sensor in the middle of the PCB as any marking may impair the unit s performance. If accidentally touched, clean with a lint-free cloth. 3. The unit can be mounted for the standard 12m range by using the top two side holes, or tilted down by 8 using the bottom two side holes. Alternatively, the unit can be ceiling mounted using the two holes at the extreme top of the casing. Cable entry cut outs are provided top and bottom, as required. 4. Carefully cut (or drill) out the required mounting holes and cable entry. Only remove the minimum required number of screw or cable holes, to avoid insects entering the detector and causing false triggering. Mount the unit using two 18mm No.4 screws and 25mm wall plugs as required, (a 5mm hole will be required for the wall plugs). 2.2 metres 2.2 metres 8 Tilt 90 angle Distance (metres) Distance (metres) Note: Do not over tighten or use larger headed screws when mounting the unit, as this may distort the casing. PIR Sensor (Do Not Touch) Retaining Clip PIR LED N/C 24HR Connection Terminals Cover Retaining Screw Anti- Tamper Switch Alarm LED Pulse Count Jumper Link PIR Detection Zone Patterns PIR Movement Detector PCB Layout 10 PA4 Alarm

13 WIRING THE PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR(S) 1. Thread the cable through the entry on the base, then strip back 5 mm of each core, twist the strand ends then fold over and wire into the appropriate terminals on the PIR Movement Detector. 7. When the wiring has been completed, connect the plug in Mains Adaptor. Wait 4 minutes for the detectors to stabilise. Only the Mains LED should be ON at the Control Panel. Note: If any Zone or 24 Hr LEDs are illuminated, refer to Fault Finding. The terminals on the PIR and the wires in the cable are colour coded. The correct colour coding should be followed throughout the entire system. Red +ve power supply to each PIR Movement Detector. Black 0V power supply to each PIR Movement Detector. Yellow/Blue Detector normally closed Alarm Contact Zone circuit. Green/White 24 Hr normally closed Tamper circuit. 2. Carefully refit the PCB into the casing taking care not to touch the PIR detector lens. 3. The PIR Detector incorporates an anti false alarm feature designed to compensate for situations where the detector may be affected by environmental changes, (e.g. insects, hot air thermals from radiators, etc). This feature is called Pulse Count and may be selected for 1, 2 or 3 pulse detection. The factory default and recommended setting is for 2 Pulse detection. However, in cases of extreme environmental problems, or if unattributable false alarms are experienced, it may be necessary to set "Pulse Count" 3. Note: The higher the Pulse Count, the more movement will be necessary before the PIR detector will trigger the alarm. 1 Pulse 2 Pulses 3 Pulses TESTING THE PIR MOVEMENT DETECTORS AT THE CONTROL PANEL 1. Test the PIR Movement Detectors one at a time. Important: When testing a PIR Movement Detector, ensure that no movement occurs in any other area protected by PIR Movement Detector. AWAY 2.. The Clear LED will illuminate. Slowly walk across the PIR Movement Detector s field of view. As you are detected, the LED on the PIR Movement detector will illuminate and the Control Panel will emit a number of beeps corresponding to the Zone number the detector is connected to and the relevant Zone LED will flash. 3. When clear of the detector, the beeps will cease and the Zone and PIR detector LEDs will extinguish. 4. Allow ten seconds for the detector to settle, then move again to confirm that the PIR detector gives the desired protection within the area required. 5. Repeat the above test sequence for each PIR Movement Detector fitted. 6. When all the PIR Movement Detectors have been tested successfully, press to return to the Standby Mode. 7. Disconnect the Mains Adaptor before continuing with the installation. INSTALLATION Pulse Count jumper link positions 4. Select the required Pulse Count. Refit the cover and tighten the retaining screw. The PIR Movement Detector is now ready to be connected at the Control Panel. 5. Bring the detector cable(s) though the cable entry slot in the rear of the Control Panel and strip back 5 mm on each core. 6. Ensure that the Mains Adaptor is disconnected from the Control Panel. Remove the appropriate wire links, then connect the wires to the terminals as shown in the diagrams on pages SIMPLE TROUBLE SHOOTING If the PIR Movement Detector is not operating, ie. LED not illuminating, the following simple checks should be carried out; 1. Allow 4 minutes for the detector to stabilise then retest. 2. If the PIR Movement Detector LED does not illuminate, check the power supply to the PIR. Check for a damaged cable or poor termination. 3. If the PIR Movement Detector false alarms, the unit may be positioned incorrectly. Re-position the unit and adjust the Pulse Count if necessary. 4. If the PIR Movement Detector LED is operating, but not activating an alarm, check that the relevant Zone wire link has been removed at the Control Panel. PA4 Alarm 11

14 TYPICAL WIRING ARRANGEMENTS PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR CONTROL PANEL N/C Hr 1 2 Z1 3 4 Z Z3 7 8 Z Hr SPEAKER D BELL B AUX CONNECT TO REQUIRED ZONE BLACK RED YELLOW BLUE Wiring diagram for a Single PIR Detector on a zone INSTALLATION PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR N/C Hr BLACK RED YELLOW BLUE 1 2 Z1 3 4 Z Z3 7 8 Z4 CONNECT TO REQUIRED ZONE CONTROL PANEL TWIST AND INSULATE Hr SPEAKER TWIST AND INSULATE D BELL B AUX BLUE YELLOW RED BLACK N/C Hr PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR Wiring diagram for two PIR Detectors to a single zone with all cables returning to the Control Panel PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR CONTROL PANEL N/C Hr 1 2 Z1 3 4 Z Z3 7 8 Z Hr SPEAKER D BELL B AUX BLACK RED YELLOW BLUE BLACK RED BLUE YELLOW MAGNETIC CONTACT Twist (or Solder) cable cores together and insulate Wiring diagram for PIR Detector and Magnetic Contact Detector on different zones with all cables returning to the Control Panel 12 PA4 Alarm

15 CONTROL PANEL Z1 Z 2 Z3 Z4 CONNECT TO REQUIRED ZONE Hr SPEAKER D BELL B AUX PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR BLUE YELLOW BLACK RED N/C Hr N/C Hr RED BLACK BLUE YELLOW Twist (or Solder) cable cores together and insulate Wiring diagram for multiple detectors (connected in series) on a single zone with one cable returning to the Control Panel PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR N/C Hr BLACK RED YELLOW BLUE 1 2 Z1 3 4 Z Z3 CONTROL PANEL 7 8 Z Hr SPEAKER D BELL B Twist (or Solder) cable cores together and insulate AUX BLACK RED BLUE YELLOW PIR MOVEMENT DETECTOR N/C Hr INSTALLATION YELLOW BLUE BLUE YELLOW MAGNETIC CONTACT Wiring diagram with zones 1-4 used with all cables returning to the Control Panel MAGNETIC CONTACT CONTROL PANEL Twist (or Solder) cable cores together and insulate 1 2 Z1 3 4 Z Z3 7 8 Z Hr SPEAKER D BELL B AUX Twist (or Solder) cable cores together and insulate YELLOW BLUE YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW BLUE BLUE BLUE Zone Wiring from Detector 1 Zone Wiring from Detector 2 Zone Wiring from Detector 3 Zone Wiring from Detector 4 Series wiring of zone connections from multiple detectors on a single zone "24-Hour" Wiring from Detector 1 "24-Hour" Wiring from Detector 2 "24-Hour" Wiring from Detector 3 "24-Hour" Wiring from Detector 4 Series wiring of 24-hour connections from multiple detectors "24-Hour" Wiring from Siren Tamper Connections PA4 Alarm 13

16 INSTALLING THE MAGNETIC CONTACT DETECTORS Decide which doors and windows are to be protected by Magnetic Contact Detectors, usually the front and back doors will have Magnetic Contact Switches fitted. Additional contacts may be fitted where required to other vulnerable doors or windows, e.g. garage, patio and conservatory doors etc. Connect the Yellow and Blue wires to the Contact Switch terminals as shown. YELLOW BLUE SINGLE CONTACT INSTALLATION Note: It is not recommended to connect more than 4 Magnetic Contacts in any one zone, as this may cause difficulty in wiring and hinder any attempt to efficiently remedy any wiring faults and locate the device that initiated the alarm. 1. Having chosen a suitable position to locate the Magnetic Contact, run the required length of 6 core cable back to the Control Panel. Alternatively, Magnetic Contact(s) may be wired in series with each other and terminated appropriately. However, working space within the Magnetic Contact is limited and more than two or three termination's may prove difficult. Do not make any connections at this stage. 2. Fit the Magnet to the moving part of the window or door (on the opening edge opposite the hinge) and make sure that the parallel gap to where the Contact Switch is fitted on the frame is no more than 9mm. Magnet Contact Switch Magnet Contact Switch 3. Strip off 5 mm of the insulation from the Green and White wires and connect together using a spare terminal in the contact housing. Note: If the spare contact terminals are not present in the contact then the ends of the wires should be securely twisted (or soldered) together and insulated. If connecting multiple contacts the Tamper circuit wiring should be continued in a series loop in a similar way to the zone wiring. MULTIPLE CONTACTS Wired in series Note: If spare terminals are not present in the Contact Switch, ends of wires should be twisted (or soldered) together and insulated. Door Mounting Max Gap 9mm (door/window closed) Window Mounting Typical position of contact fitted to door WIRING THE MAGNETIC CONTACTS 1. Remove one of the cable entry cut-outs on the Contact Switch and thread the cable through the entry into the Contact Switch housing. 2. Carefully remove the outer sheath of the cable and then strip 5mm of insulation from the Yellow and Blue wires. BLUE YELLOW The remaining wires should be trimmed back and insulated to prevent short circuits and then tucked away in the Contact Switch housing. 4. Fix the Contact Switch to the fixed part of the door/ window frame immediately beside and parallel to the Magnet using two 25mm Counter-sunk fixing screws. Ensure that the parallel gap between the Magnet and Contact Switch positions is no greater than 9mm. 5. Bring the contact cable(s) through the cable entry slot in the rear of the Control Panel and strip back 5mm of each core and twist the strand ends. 14 PA4 Alarm

17 6. Ensure the Mains Adaptor is disconnected at the Control Panel. Remove the appropriate Zone wire link and then connect the wires to the Control Panel terminals as shown in the diagrams on pages When the wiring has been completed, re-connect the Mains Adaptor. 8. Wait 4 minutes for any PIR Movement Detectors to stabilise, and then clear all protected area(s). 9. No Zone or 24 Hr LEDs should be ON at the Control Panel at this stage. INSTALLING THE EXTERNAL SIREN The External Siren should be fitted to the outside of the building in a prominent position that is clearly visible and at a height that is relatively inaccessible to an intruder. Consideration should also be given to the cable route to the siren, with the cable preferably passing directly through the external wall into the back of the siren housing. TESTING MAGNETIC CONTACTS AT THE CONTROL PANEL 1. First, ensure that all doors and windows fitted with Magnetic Contacts are closed. 2. AWAY and the Clear LED will illuminate Note: At this stage, if any Magnetic Contacts are open or PIR Movement Detectors are activated, the relevant Zone LED(s) will be illuminated and the panel will beep, The number of beeps will indicate which Zone is open. You should ensure that no movement occurs in areas fitted with PIR Movement Detectors, as this may cause confusion during the test sequence. If walking past a PIR Movement Detector is unavoidable, allow 10 seconds at the Control Panel for the PIR Movement Detector to settle. FITTING THE EXTERNAL SIREN UNIT IMPORTANT: If ladders are required to reach the mounting position of the Siren they should be positioned on a firm stable surface at the correct angle and suitably secured before use. 1. Undo the two front cover retaining screws and remove the front cover by sliding up and away from the backplate. 2. Fix the siren mounting bracket to the backplate using the M3 screws, nuts and washers supplied. 3. Run the required length of cable from the Control Panel to the External Siren position. Drill a suitable hole through the wall so that the cable enters through the rear of the housing without showing on the outside of the property. INSTALLATION 3. Open the first contact, the Control Panel will emit a number of beeps corresponding to the Zone number the detector is connected to and the relevant Zone LED will flash. Close the contact to silence the beeps and extinguish the LED. 4. Repeat the test sequence for all Magnetic Contacts fitted. 5. When the Magnetic Contacts have been tested successfully, press Mode. to return to the Standby 6. Now disconnect the Mains Adaptor before continuing with the installation. BACK-PLATE SIREN BRACKET SIREN CABLE ENTRY HOLE SIREN COVER PA4 Alarm 15

18 4. Hold the backplate in position so that the hole drilled for the cable is aligned with the cable entry aperture and Mark the positions of the four mounting holes. A spirit level placed on the casing will ensure a perfect level. 5. Mount the backplate using four 35mm No.10 screws and 30mm wall plugs supplied, (a 6mm hole will be required for the wall plugs). 4. Refit the External Siren cover. CONNECTING THE CONTROL PANEL MAINS ADAPTOR AND OPTIONAL BACK-UP BATTERIES INSTALLATION WIRING THE SIREN UNIT 1. Ensure the Mains Adaptor is disconnected at the Control Panel. 2. Strip back 5mm of insulation from the Red, Black, Green and White wires. 3. Twist and double over the end of each wire, then connect to the terminal blocks in the Siren and Control Panel as shown below. BLACK RED Terminal Block RED BLACK External Siren Wiring Arrangement External Siren Twist (or Solder) cable cores together and insulate Tamper Circuit Wiring to Other Detectors 11 24Hr D BELL B + 18 Terminals in Control Panel 1. Connect the Mains Adaptor to the plug in connector in the Control Panel. 2. Plug the adaptor into a 13A socket and switch ON. The mains LED will illuminate when the Control Panel is powered from the mains. (It is normal for the Mains Adaptor to appear warm to the touch when in use). Note: Ensure that the adaptor will not be removed from the socket or accidently switched off, when the system is in use. Optional Back-up Batteries The Control Panel has the facility to connect Optional Back-up Batteries which will power the system for up to 4 hours in the event of a mains failure. Fit 2 x 9 volt PP3 Alkaline Batteries (not supplied) to the battery connectors in the Control Panel housing. Note: The Back-up Batteries are NOT recharged upon restoration of the mains supply and should be replaced after any mains failure. The batteries should also be changed every year to prevent leakage and possible damage to the Control Panel. 3. The Control Panel fixing screws may now be finally tightened. Do not over tighten the screws as this may damage the casing. 4. Remove the temporary Anti-Tamper wire link from terminals 11 and 21. In doing so, the internal speaker will sound. Refit the cover and secure the cover retaining screws, then enter to silence the alarm. to return to Standby Mode or Current User Access Code Note: The Green and White Tamper circuit wires should be wired in series with the Green and White tamper circuit wires from the detectors at the Control Panel terminal block. Note: Although optional, it is strongly recommended that backup batteries are fitted. 16 PA4 Alarm

19 PROGRAMMING GENERAL Programming of the Control Panel options is divided into two distinct categories, User Programming and Installer Programming. User programming is used when the system is fully operational, whilst Installer Programming is only carried out when the system is new or when subsequent changes are required. Access to either programming mode requires a valid User or Installer Access Code to be entered. The more complex and infrequently required programmable options are available in Installer Programming Mode only. This prevents the major system functions from being accidentally changed by a general User. The Control Panel has most of the options factory pre-set at the most common settings, please consider whether you really need to change them before re-programming. Programmable options accessed via Installer Programming Mode are; a) Selecting Walk Through Zone(s) b) Entry Time Adjustment c) Exit Time Adjustment d) Selecting Home Zones (Part Setting) e) Alarm Duration f) Select User Access Code arming g) Change Installer Access Code h) Reset System Defaults Programmable options accessed via User Programming Mode are; Change User Access Code Note: The User Access code can only be changed if the "Code Arming" feature is disabled. Once programming is complete press to Standby Mode. to return Note: When selecting options, the system will allow 30 seconds to make a selection. If this time is exceeded, the Control Panel will exit the function and revert to Installer Programming Mode and the option button will have to be pressed again. Once a selection is made the system will allow 10 seconds for a valid key to be pressed. If this time is exceeded the system will return to the top level of the installer mode and the selection will have to be made again. Before starting programming any feature read all the steps first. CHANGING THE INSTALLER ACCESS CODE Factory default Setting: To maintain the security of your system the Installer Access code should be changed from the factory default to your own unique 4-digit code. The Installer Access code must not be the same as the User Access code. Make a note of the new Installer Access Code in the Alarm Record section. To change the setting proceed as follows: With the Control Panel already in the Installer programming Mode ( Clear LED flashing), 1. The 4 Zone LEDs will illuminate. Enter the new 4-digit Installer Access code???? As each digit is entered, a Zone LED will extinguish in sequence. PROGRAMMING INSTALLER PROGRAMMING MODE Before changing any installer programmable options, the Control Panel must be set to Installer Programming Mode. This is shown by the Clear LED flashing. Enter the default or current Installer Acess Code or Current Installer Access Code The Clear LED will flash to indicate that the system is now in the Installer Programming Mode. to save the new setting or to exit without saving. The system will return to the top level Installer Programming Mode with only the Clear LED flashing. EXIT DELAY TIME ADJUSTMENT Factory default Setting: 30 seconds To change the setting proceed as follows: With the Control Panel already in the Installer programming Mode ( Clear LED flashing), PA4 Alarm 17

20 PROGRAMMING. Zone 1 and 2 LEDs will illuminate. Enter the required Exit Delay time (1-99), e.g. enter 01 for a 1s delay, enter 99 for a 99s delay. to save the new setting or to exit without saving. The system will return to the top level Installer Programming Mode with only the Clear LED flashing. ENTRY DELAY TIME ADJUSTMENT Factory default Setting: 30 seconds To change the setting proceed as follows: With the Control Panel already in the Installer programming Mode ( Clear LED flashing),. Zone 1 and 2 LEDs will illuminate. Enter the required Entry Delay time (1-99), e.g. enter 01 for a 1s delay, enter 99 for a 99s delay. 2 3 to save the new setting or to exit without saving. The system will return to the top level Installer Programming Mode with only the Clear LED flashing. AL DURATION ADJUSTMENT Factory default Setting: 20 minutes To change the setting proceed as follows: With the Control Panel already in the Installer programming Mode ( Clear LED flashing), 4. Zone 1 and 2 LEDs will illuminate. Enter the required Alarm Period (1-20), e.g. enter 01 for a 1 minute duration, enter 15 for a 15 minutes duration. SELECTING HOME FEATURE ZONES The HOME button can be used to part-arm the system omitting a selection of pre-selected Zones. This feature is useful if you have a regular requirement to arm the system with a permanent selection Zone(s) omitted. For example at night when you may wish to have the detectors on the ground floor armed, whilst the detectors on the first floor are disarmed. Note: The Entry/Exit Zone (Zone 1) and any zones configured as Walk Through cannot be omitted from "Home" Arm. To select the Zones to be omitted when using the HOME feature proceed as follows: With the Control Panel already in the Installer programming Mode ( Clear LED flashing),. The zone LEDs corresponding to the Zones currently selected to be omitted during "Home" operation will be illuminated. LED ON LED OFF Zone omitted during "Home" arm Zone active during "Home" arm. To change the setting of a zone press the button corresponding to the zone number. The zone will toggle between omitted and active each time the button is pressed. Remember, Zone 1 and any "Walk Through" zones cannot be omitted. 6 to save the new setting or to exit without saving. The system will return to the top level Installer Programming Mode with only the Clear LED flashing. SELECTING WALK THROUGH ZONES Zones which are located between the Entry/Exit door and Control Panel should be configured as "Walk Through" zones. Zone 1 cannot be configured as a Walk Through zone. to save the new setting or to exit without saving. Zone 2 is factory set as a Walk Through zone. It is advisable to change Zone 2 to an Instant Zone if this facility is not required. The system will return to the top level Installer Programming Mode with only the Clear LED flashing. To select the Zones to be configured as "Walk Through" zones proceed as follows: 18 PA4 Alarm

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