The instructions do not show how to interface the D169 to the D6412.
Voice Verification: Allows the panel to control a D169 2-way Voice Verification Module. The D169 allows the central station personnel to verify alarms with a two-way voice session with the premises. The premises phone line runs from the panel to the D169 and then to the premises phones. There are two other module connections to the panel: the programmable relay output (-12 VDC) programmed with the Voice Request output function (2,10), and a point (zone) programmed as a Voice Active point. The panel must also have one or more points with the Voice Verification option selected in the point index. When a point with Voice Verification generates an alarm event:
The panel transmits the alarm report to the receiver at the central station.
When the central station receiver acknowledges the report, the panel activates the Voice Request output function and starts a 30-second report delay time. All reports are delayed. The D169 has 30 seconds to start a two-way voice session.
An operator at the central station picks up the phone line from the receiver with a DTMF telephone and presses [ 2 ].
At the premises, the D169 picked up the phone line when the panel activated the Voice Request output function. When it hears the DTMF tone from the operator pressing [ 2 ], it begins a two-way voice session by first shorting the panel’s Voice Active point.
When the Voice Active point is shorted, the panel silences the non-fire alarm output (sets the Bell Timer to zero). Only the user can silence a fire alarm output.
As long as the Voice Active point is shorted, the panel continues to keep reports buffered.
The D169 ends the voice session by removing the short from the voice active point. The panel resets the bell time and Alarm Event Abort Window (assuming a user at the premises did not change the arming state of the panel during the voice session). Normal reporting (communication) resumes.
1.) J1 cable to the D6412
Brown to the negative out put
Green to the Voice active zone one the panel
Blue to the alarm out put if used
White not used
Red 12volts positive
Black panel common
2.) J3 leave a default with A, and D jumped out.
Need to follow instruction on the D169 for siren wiring, and operating instructions of the D169.
How can the rising sun key or trapazoid key be used to activate an output on the D4412/D6412 control communicator?
Under Output Parameters, program a 1,15 for the trapazoid key or 2,0 for the rising sun key to activate an assigned output when the keyfob's alternate buttons are depressed.
The panel does not report any alarms or cancel reports when a non-fire point goes into an alarm and then is silenced by the code at the keypad.
Alarm Event Abort (Non-Fire Points Only): assigns the abort feature to a Point Index. See Alarm Event Abort Window to learn how to set the Alarm Event Abort Window. If a user acknowledges a non-fire alarm point event by entering their passcode before the Alarm Event Abort Window expires:
The alarm event is aborted. Alarm, Cancel* and Restoral reports associated with the alarm are not transmitted and the event becomes a local only event.
*A Cancel window starts with the initiation of the alarm event and follows the Bell Time. If the user acknowledges the alarm inside the Cancel window (bell time), a Cancel or a Fire Cancel report is sent. If the Abort feature is enabled, the Cancel report is sent if the user acknowledges the alarm after the Abort window has expired, but before the bell time expires.
SIA: The Cancel Window is required for SIA Control Panel Standard for False Alarm Reduction.
The user hears a unique three long beep tone at the command center.
The text command centers indicate that the alarm was aborted on the display. It appears as a slow flash in Alarm Memory at LED command centers.
IMPORTANT: This option has no effect on Fire and Fire with Verification point types. The Alarm Event Abort feature does not apply to alarm events initiated by the ABC Keys, the Duress passcode or the keyfob Panic function.
SIA: Alarm Event Abort is required for the SIA Control Panel Standard for False Alarm Reduction.
Alarm Event Abort Window-Nibble 1034 Default: 30 seconds Selections: 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 45 seconds
Parameter Description This parameter sets the length of the Alarm Event Abort window. See Point Index Options 1 to apply the Alarm Event Abort feature to a point index.
IMPORTANT: This option only affects non-fire points. Fire and Fire with Alarm Verification points are not affected by enabling this option.
If a user acknowledges a non-fire alarm event by entering his/her passcode before the Alarm Event Abort window expires:
The alarm event is aborted. Alarm, Cancel* and Restoral reports associated with the alarm are not transmitted. The alarm event becomes a local only event.
The user hears a unique three long beep tone at the Command Center.
The Text Command Center indicates the aborted alarm on the display. The LED Command Centers indicate the aborted alarm with a slow flash in Alarm Memory.
* A Cancel window starts with the initiation of the alarm event and follows Bell Time. If the user acknowledges the alarm inside the Cancel window (Bell Time), a Cancel or Fire Cancel report is sent. If the Abort feature is enabled, the Cancel report is sent if the user acknowledges the alarm after the Abort window has expired but before Bell Time expires.
SIA: Alarm Event Abort Window is required for SIA Control Panel Standard for False Alarm Reduction.
The D5200 needs to match a Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
Remote Programming Software:
RPS also needs to match the Data Lock code in the panel to access programming. Changing the panel Data Lock Code from the default of 12345 will prevent access.
RPS also needs to match the RPS Passcode (or RAM Passcode in legacy types) in order to allow access programming. Changing the default from 999999 will block RPS access.
Watch Mode Only- This point will not create alarm or trouble responses and will not generate reports to the Central Monitoring Station.
Program the Point: Select Point Type= 0. Select all Yes/No options= NO. Set Alarm Report Routing = 0: No Reports, No Events to Log/Printer. Set Restoral Report Routing = 0: No Reports, No Events to Log/Printer. Select Watch Tone and enable Watch Point: Select [Cmd] + 62 to select the watch tone. Select [Cmd] + 63 to select the watch point(s).
What are the enviromental considerations for the proper operation of the Bosch control/communicators?
Relative Humidity 5% to 85% noncondensing at +86 degrees Fahrenheit (+30 degrees Celsius).
Operating temperature would be +32 degrees Fahrenheit to +120 degrees Fahrenheit ( 0 degrees Celsius to 49 degrees Celsius ).