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    How to use keypad programming to configure the FPD-7024 for phone communications

    Access keypad programming by pressing 0 followed by the installer code (default= 9876).  See figure 1 for menu prompts.

    • FPD-7024 ver1.06+ panel keypads use icons to identify functions, see figure 2 for interpreting icons to text. Press [ # ]  to save entries or press star [ * ] to go back one level. Continue pressing star [ * ]  to exit programing.

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    Figure 1  Menu prompts for phone communications

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    Figure 2 FPD-7024 Keypad Icons vs Text

    Enter the receiver phone number, panel reporting format & account number.

    • Press 6-Program Accounts.
    • Press 1-PHONE/IP# 1.
    • Press 1-Number.
      • Enter the receiver phone number. The phone number entry in FPD-7024 panels always begin with 1. 
        • The initial 1 is an instruction for the panel to communicate by phone (versus network) and is not dialed. Include an additional 1 as part of the receiver phone number when it must be dialed.
        • Follow the initial 1 with a ‘wait for dial tone’ which is entered by pressing [Test] + [4]. The current entry will display as: [ 1 > ] (see figure 3 for shortcuts to special character entries).

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    Figure 3 Shortcuts to special character entries

    • Complete the receiver phone number entry. For example, the phone number 1-800-289-0096 will display as  1 > 1 8 0 0 2 8 9 0 0 9 6 ? ? ? ?.   Press [#] to save.
      • The [?] is a terminate symbol used to end the dialing process, press  Drill.png to enter the [ ? ] (or press Drill on ver 1.03 and earlier) . See figure 4 to assist with navigating keypad entries.   Keypad entry navigation keys2.png

    Figure 4   Keypad entry navigation keys

    • Press 3-FORMAT. Select a reporting format and press # to save. 
      • 0-  DISABLE
      • 1-  3/1 REPORT
      • 2-  4/2 REPORT
      • 3-  BFSK REPORT
      • 4-  SIA, 110 RPRT
      • 5-  CONTACT ID
      • 6-  SIA, 300 RPRT
      • 7-  MDM 3A2 (Modem)
    • Press 4-ACCT NUMS.
      • Version 1.03 and earlier: The account number entry is limited to only 4 digits, enter the 4 digit account number and press # to save.
      • Version 1.06 and higher: The account number entry may range between 4-10 digits depending on the reporting format, see below for details. Enter the account number and press # to save.
        • SIA: The SIA format supports low order six-digit account numbers. For SIA format, if 1-4 digits are entered the panel ignores the leading zeros and the panel will send 4 digits. If 5 or 6 digits are entered it will send this number of digits to the central station.
        • Contact ID:  The Contact ID format supports a ten‑digit account number. If 1-4 digits are entered the leading zeros are ignored and the panel will send 4 digits.  When 5-10 digits are entered the panel will send 10 digits to the central station.
        • Modem IIIa2: The format supports a 10‑digit account number. If 1-4 digits are enter the leading zeros are ignored and the panel will send 4 digits. When 5-10 digits are entered the panel will send 10 digits to the central station.
      • Press [ * ] to return to PHON/IP NUMS.
      • Press 2-PHONE/IP#2.
        • Repeat the steps above to enter Number/Format/Account Number for Phone/IP#2.
      • Press [ * ] to return to PROG ACC’NTS.

    Configure phone line supervision and dialing type: Version 1.06+ panels only use phone lines which are supervised, follow the steps below to enable phone line supervision. This does not apply to version 1.03 and earlier versions.

    • Press 2-PHON CONTROL. 
      • Press 1-LINE #1.
        • Press 1-MONITOR LINE.
          • Select Yes (1) to monitor the phone line. Press # to save.
        • Press 2-DIALING TYPE.
          • Select 3-TONE ONLY. Press # to save.
        • Press [ * ] to return to PHON CONTROL.
      • Press 2-LINE #2 and repeat the above steps for phone line #2.
      • Press [ * ] [ * ] to return to PROG ACC’NTS.

    Configure Report Steering.

    • Press 3-RPT STEERING. The display scrolls through each event type for reporting. Select how the panel the panel will report each event type from the list below and press # to save. The default setting is PH/IP 2 BKUP.
      • 1- NONSUP ALRM
      • 2- SUPVSY ALRM
      • 3- NONSUP RSTR
      • 4- SUPVSY RSTR
      • 5- TROUBLE
      • 6- TESTS
      • 7- SILENCE
      • 8- RESET
      • 9- FIRE DRILL
        • Select from the options for panel phone reporting for each event type.
          • 1-PH/IP 1 ONLY: The report only sends to Phone/IP #1 using the primary physical path. Disable phone line 2 monitoring when PSTN used.
          • 2-PH/IP 2 ONLY: The report only sends to Phone/IP #2 using the primary physical path. Disable phone line 1 monitoring when PSTN used.
          • 3-PH/IP 1 & 2: The panel sends the report to Phone/IP #1 receiver using the primary physical path and also to Phone/IP #2 receiver using the primary physical path. If these reports fail the panel sends the reports to Phone/IP #1 receiver using the secondary physical path and also to Phone/IP #2 receiver using the secondary physical path.
          • 4-PH/IP 2 BKUP: The report sends to Phone/IP #1 using the primary physical path. If the report fails the panel sends the report to Phone/IP #2 using the primary physical path. If this report also fails the panel will send the report to Phone/IP #1 receiver using the secondary physical path. If the report still fails the panel sends the report to Phone/IP #2 receiver using the secondary physical path.cz
          • 5-NO REPORT: No report are sent. Press the number key that corresponds with your selection. The previous window appears.

    Test phone communications:

    Test phone communications by pressing  Wrench Icon.png  [+] 2 for Communicator Test (ver 1.06+). Press Test [+] 2 with 1.03 and earlier types.  Be sure that TESTS are configured in report steering in order for the communicator test to pass.

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