What are the wire requirements for the zonex bus?
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.
How to activate multiple auxiliary relays on Area Wide or Panel Wide Events.
Programming Area Wide or Panel Wide Relays will only allow a single relay entry. Use an auxiliary relay such as the D130, D133 or D134 when multiple relays are needed to energize on a panel event.
The B8512 or B9512 supervises keypads even when disabled Related Products B8512 B9512 B915 B920 B921C B925F B926F B930 B942 Overview Issue The B8512 or B9512 supervises keypads even when Supervision=NO Solution If the keypad Type is set to an SDI type keypad (see below) the supervision setting can be configured YES or NO. When the keypad Type is set to one of the SDI2 type keypads the supervision Yes/No setting is ignored and the keypad is supervised. SDI2 devices are always supervised by design regardless of the supervision setting. SDI Keypads SDI2 Keypads D1255 VFD Keypad (SDI) B915 D125xRB Keypad (SDI) B920 D126x LCD Keypad (SDI) B921C B925F B926F B930 B942 Notes SDI2 devices that are the same type of device must use different addresses. SDI2 devices that are not the same type can be configured to the same address. For example: The B915, B92x, B930 or B942 are all same device types (keypads) and must use different addresses. The B920, B208 and B520 are all different device types and can all use the same address.
View Point Status is an important part of troubleshooting which is used to determine the current state of input points. For example, when the panel annunciates a point trouble, view point status will display if the point is missing or faulted in an open or short state.