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HUNTER-PRO 896 System ver. 2.

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9-96 ZONES INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEM

INSTALLATION GUIDE
The new telephone number of PIMA technical support team:
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and/or circumvented, or that the Product will prevent any death, personal and/or bodily injury
and/or damage to property resulting from burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise, or that the
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properly installed and maintained equipment may only reduce the risk of events such as
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Warning: The user should follow the installation and operation instructions and among other
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including, but not limited to, changes in environment conditions, electric or electronic
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Table of Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4

2
2.1
2.2

3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.1
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4

4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8

Introduction ...........................................................................5
HUNTER-PRO 896 Main Features ...................................................6
Signs and Abbreviations....................................................................7
The Control Panels PCB...................................................................8
Outputs and Output Types ..............................................................12

Partitioning..........................................................................13
Introduction ......................................................................................13
Examples.........................................................................................13

Connecting Zones & Accessories .......................................16


Connecting Zones ...........................................................................16
Connecting Zone Expanders...........................................................19
Connecting Expansion Cards..........................................................20
Key & Key fob..................................................................................25
TMPR1, TMPR2: Tamper Switches ................................................25
Sirens...............................................................................................25
Relay Output....................................................................................28
OUT-1000: Outputs Expansion Card ..............................................28
Keypads...........................................................................................28
Telephone Line and Devices...........................................................30
VKD-1: Virtual Keypad.....................................................................30
TRV/TRU-100: Long Range Radio Transmitters ............................31
GSM-200: Cellular Transmitter........................................................32
MIC-200: Microphone Unit ..............................................................33
VU-20: Voice Unit ............................................................................33
Battery .............................................................................................33
Mains ...............................................................................................34
Initializing the System......................................................................34
Faults Display ..................................................................................35

Programming Basics...........................................................37
General ............................................................................................37
Methods ...........................................................................................37
Default Codes..................................................................................39
User Menu .......................................................................................39
Technician Menu .............................................................................40
Express Programming Menu...........................................................40
The Keypad Keys ............................................................................41
Entering Names, Numbers and Characters ....................................41

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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13

6
6.1
6.2

7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4

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Programming ......................................................................42
Enabling Enhanced Communication Menu .....................................42
Key #1: System Installation...........................................................42
Key #2: Zone Programming ..........................................................45
Key #3: Communication Parameters ............................................48
Key #4: Timers, Counters .............................................................59
Key #5: General Parameters ........................................................62
Key #6: System Responses..........................................................63
Key #7: Outputs Configuration......................................................64
Key #8: Full Programming.............................................................68
Key #9: Installer Code...................................................................69
Asterisk Key *: Express Programming Menu ............................69
Key #0: Tests ................................................................................69
How to Locate Expanders Zones ...................................................73

Remote Control via Touch-tone Telephone ........................74


Mode A ............................................................................................74
Mode B ............................................................................................75

Troubleshooting ..................................................................77
Restoring Master & Installer Codes.................................................77
Faults Displayed on the LCD...........................................................77
Additional Faults ..............................................................................79
MS Report Formats & Codes ..........................................................81

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INTRODUCTION

This guide provides the installation, wiring and programming instructions for PIMAs
HUNTER-PRO 896 Intruder Alarm System. HUNTER-PRO 896 has many features that
fits customers individual needs, and yet it remains easy to install and simple to
program and use, both by the customer and the installer.
HUNTER-PRO 896 is secured against radio-frequency (RF) interferences and electromagnetic interferences (EMI).

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Your HUNTER-PRO 896 Alarm System has been registered in accordance with
EN60950 and its rules. EN 60950 requires us to advise you the following information:
1. In this alarm system exist hazards of fire and electric shock. To reduce the risk of
fire or electric shock, do not expose this alarm system to rain or moisture. Pay
attention: Telephone cords could be a good conductor for lightings energy.
2. Do not open the door of the alarm system. Dangerous high voltages are present
inside of the enclosure. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
3. This alarm system should be used with AC 230V/110V, 50Hz, protected by anti
electric shock breaker. To prevent electric shocks and fire hazards, do NOT use
any other power source.
4. Do not spill liquid of any kind onto the unit. If liquid is accidentally spilled onto the
unit, immediately consult a qualified service.
5. Install this product in a protected location where no one can trip over any line or
power cord. Protect cords from damage or abrasion.
6. Disconnect all sources of power supply before proceeding with the installation. Pay
attention: do not install low voltage wires near by AC power wires they should be
separated.
7. Connect the AC transformer output to the terminal block on the control panel as
marked.
8. Connect the AC line cord to line power terminals as marked. (GND; N; L)

IMPORTANT! Regarding parameters such as Date and Time, User codes and
Telephone numbers, please refer to the HUNTER-PRO 896s User Guide.

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HUNTER-PRO 896 Main Features

Hybrid system with 9 to 96 zones (32 wireless)

Easy to install and simple to program and use

Supports a wide range of partition options:



Up to 16 partitions each with it own Account ID and Users

Up to 8 subsystems, each with different keypads, IDs, etc.

Outgoing SMS over PSTN or GSM

Passive and active Automatic Arming:



Active: At a preset time (per day of the week)

Passive: When no motion is detected (silence time) for a preset period.
Can be programmed by partition.

Codes: 96 User codes, 24 Key fobs, 96 Tags (RFID), Door code, Duress code
and more

Various authorization levels for each user

Disarming time frame by User

Remote control of the system, including outputs, via any touchtone telephone

Full supervision data of wireless detectors (supervision, low battery, tamper)

Comprehensive zone tests for flawless installation: Walk Test, Soak Test, etc.

Several options for viewing system status:




PIMA Style: Status of first 32 zones in one screen

Detailed: Scrolling events, zones and systems status

4 Subscriber dialing and SMS numbers with optional voice message and
microphone

4 (additional) Monitoring Stations telephone numbers

PIMA unique Integrated Digital Communicator through telephone, long-range


radio, GSM/GPRS and TCP/IP

Supports split and double reporting to 2 Monitoring Stations with different


account IDs

LCD keypad with multilingual Menu-Driven screens for easy programming


and operation

Many alternatives for easy programming (Keypad, Fast Programmer, Local/Remote


download software)

Various accessories (microphone, voice unit etc.)

Displaying the location of the zones in expansion units, their partitions and
their type

Memory Log of up to 500 events, 250 of which nonvolatile

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Prevention of burglary setup: limited bypass time, zone bypassing authorization,


pre-alarm and more

Online battery and telephone line checks

LED keypad support

Filtering reoccurring faults: a fault (jamming, mains etc.) occurring 5 times in one
hour will not be reported any more before an hour past with the fault not
occurring or the system is either armed or disarmed.

Reducing false alarms: Burglary report is delayed to the extent of entry delay.

A new protocol for a local MS: replaces the current protocol and contains much
more information.

1.2




Signs and Abbreviations


Key press
Press and hold key until confirmation beep sounds
Enter and save data
In programming mode: return to previous screen/s

Enabled User Code:

A code enabled (by technician) to enter the user menu

LCD Zone Numbers:

The 1-16 & 17-32 numbers printed above and below the LCD
display window. Indicating the first 32 zones numbers.

MS:

Central Monitoring Station

Default Master Code:

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5555

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1.3

The Control Panels PCB

Figure 1 - HUNTER-PRO 896 Control Panels PCB (see details further)

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1.3.1

Fuses

F5 - protects the PCB from a battery short (Fast 5A/250 VAC)


F6 - protects the PCB from an AC short (Fast 3.15A/250 V
1.3.1.1
Thermal Fuses to limit current:
F1 Detectors power supply (750mA)
F2, F3 Siren 1 and Siren 2 (1.1A)
F4 Keypad power supply (750mA)
F7 Long-range radio transmitter protection (200 mA)

1.3.2

PCBs Connections & Terminals

1 AC: Voltage Input


14VAC input supplied by a transformer

2 +, -: Connections to backup Battery


Red wire: + (positive) contact of the battery
Black wire: - (negative) contact of the battery
IMPORTANT! Inverting the battery polarity can damage the PCB.

3 Z1Z8: Zones Inputs


8 zones inputs that can be connected to dry contact detectors. All zones can be
connected with single or double EOL resistors (refer to Connecting Zones, page 16)
NOTE: The number of zones can be expanded by connecting line/wireless expanders
(see section 3.3)

4 (+) - Detectors Power Supply


12V power supply for detectors that require DC voltage, such as infrared, ultrasonic,
beam etc.

5 KEY - Key Fob or Remote Control Input


An input for momentary, on/off key or Key fob, to arm/disarm the system.

6 Ext, Int - External & Internal Sirens Outputs


Dedicated automatic thermal fuses (F2 and F3) for each siren (see section 3.6)

7 RELAY Onboard Relay Connections


The onboard relay can be used to activate various auxiliary accessories, such as
external lighting, CCTV, external communicator, electric locks, etc. The relay can be
triggered in response to alarm or via telephone or remote control

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8 SMOKE Reset Smoke/Anti Mask Detectors


An output used to reset smoke/anti mask detectors by switching (+) to GND. When not
activated, this output is set to GND (-).
To manually reset these detectors:

9 KEYPAD Communication & Power Connections for Keypads & Expanders


The KEYPAD terminal has for connections:
+ - Voltage power connections; Up to 8 RXN-400/410 LCD keypads can be
connected simultaneously, as well as the wireless receiver I/O-WN and I/O-8/8N/16N/R
expanders.
IN/OUT - Data transfer to/from the keypad. Thermal fuse F4 protects the 13.8 VDC
power supply.

 ALRM and ON/OFF Auxiliary Outputs


ALRM Is switched by default to (-) when alarm occurs;
ON/OFF Is switched by default to (-) when the system is armed.
These terminals have two conditions: disconnection or short to ground. They can serve
as indicators to auxiliary units and to system or alarm status, or other modes (see
section 5.8.1).

11 TMPR1 and TMPR2 Tampers switches Inputs


Inputs for tampers switches on detectors and cases. The switches can be connected
with or without EOL resistor/s. These inputs can also serve as indicators for monitoring
24 hour zones, panic buttons etc (see section 3.5). TMPR 2 input can serve as Zone #9
(see section 3.2.1).

12 LINE Telephone Line Connector


The telephone line is used both for dialing and receiving remote programming calls. If
the telephone line is used by other accessories, it is recommended that the system will
be the first to connect to the line.

13 SET Telephone Sets Connector


2 outputs for connecting appliances, such as answering machine and fax (facsimile). All
devices will be disconnected by the system when it requires the telephone line.

14 AUD IN, AUD OUT, CONT Microphone and Voice Unit Connectors
CONT is used for controlling voice unit (VU-20) and microphone (MIC-200). Only one
device can be connected at a time.
AUD IN is used for 2 purposes: receiving information from audio resources and sending
SMS messages with SMS-100.

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15 TRANSMITTER Connection to Long-Range Radio/GSM-200 Cellular


Transmitter/SMS-100
TRANSMITTER is a connector to PIMA long-range radio transmitters TRU/TRV-100, to
the cellular transmitter GSM-200 (see section. 3.13) and to the SMS-100 - PSTN
SMS card.
NOTES:
 GSM-200 and SMS-100 cannot be installed simultaneously.
 To connect long-range transmitters other than PIMAs use TX-1000 adaptor.

16 KEYPAD Keypad Connector


Connector to installer/technician keypad (using the TC-3 cable).

17 Expansion Cards Connector


Connector to OUT-1000 and EXP-PRO expansion cards (refer to sections 3.3.1 and
3.9).

18 SERIAL Connector
The SERIAL connector is used for connecting to TCP/IP communication and
GSM-200 transmitter.

19 JP5, JP10 Siren Type Jumpers


Set the sirens type (in conjunction with JP6). See the table below.

20 JP6 Siren Power Source


Set the power source of the sirens. See section 3.6 for connecting various types of
sirens and bells.
Jumpers state table:
Jumper State
Siren Type

J5

J10

J6

Power

AC (unregulated) current
(Speaker)

Up to 200mA

DC low current (Piazzo)

Up to 200mA

DC high current (Bell)

Up to 1A

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Outputs and Output Types

HUNTER-PRO 896 brings a new concept, with regard to triggering the outputs: instead
of direct alarm-to-output single linkage, i.e., a certain alarm type can trigger only one
PCB output, new functions called output types will determine the response to events
in the system.
Some output types have names that resemble the zone type that generates them, like
Fire, Burglary & Anti-mask. Some have event driven names such as Zone opened,
Tamper (opened) & Buzzer. The advantage is in the fact that responding is fully
programmed, i.e., you determine which PCB output will be triggered.
Each PCB output can be programmed to be triggered by a certain output type. It can
only be triggered by one output type, yet, as many as all the PCB outputs can be
triggered by the same output type. Since that, all the PCB outputs triggered by the
same output type will be tripped when that output type is triggered, regardless the
zone it came from. So, for example, if you program the RELAY, ON/OFF and ALRM
outputs to be triggered by the Fire output type, when this output type is triggered, all
the 3 outputs will be tripped.
Example for the use of output type:
If the PCB relay output is linked to Panic output type, than triggering the Panic
output type will trip the relay output. If zone 5 is programmed as panic zone type, than
alarm generated by zone 5 will trip the relay (that applies to a keypad panic alarm
[pressing simultaneously
and
] too).

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PARTITIONING

2.1

Introduction

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A partition is a sub-division of the system, made of several zones. By using partitions


you can control user access authorizations. Each partition can be controlled by one or
more keypads and a user can be given a code that will allow him to control only a
specific partition in a specified time frame.
HUNTER-PRO 896 can have up to 16 partitions and up to 8 keypads (i.e. monitored
keypads).

2.2

Examples

2.2.1

Example A

Keypad 1

Partition 3

Users 1, 2, 3

Partition 2

Partition 1

Figure 2 - Using partitions (example A)


In example A, Keypad 1 controls all 3 partitions and is used by all 3 Users.
2.2.1.1
Common Application for Example A
1

13

14

15

16

Entrance

Offices/
Partitions
9

10

11

12

A floor in an office building has 16


rooms. Each room is programmed as
a partition and can have different
User Codes/Remote Controls/TAGs
for arming/disarming the system. A
single keypad is installed at the
entrance of the hallway.

In this case, the keypad will display the entire systems status.
A detector located next to the entrance and allocated to all partitions protects the
entrance, as soon as all partitions are armed. This zone will be unarmed as soon as the
first partition is disarmed.

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2.2.2

Example B

Control Panels (up to 8 monitored)

......
Control Panel 1

Control Panel 2

Control Panel 3

Partition 1

Partition 2

Partition 3

Partitions (up to 16)

.....
Users (up to 96)

.....
User 1

User 2

User 3

Figure 3 - implementing partitions - examples B


The system is divided into X partitions, each partition is controlled by its keypad/s
(defined in System Installation/Keypads Setup/Partitions for RKD). A User Code has
access authorizations based on partition/s (defined in User Menu/Code/User
Codes/Partitioning), e.g. User 1 can only activate Partition 1 & 5. That implies for
arming/disarming too.
A keypad displays the status of its authorized partitions only.
2.2.2.1
Common Application for Example B
Keypad 3:
Management
floor

Part. 3

Keypad 2:
Production
floor

Part. 2

Keypad 1:
Storage (part of
1st floor)

Part. 1

Keypad 4: Store
(part of 1st floor)
Part. 4

An office building is divided into 4 departments with different entrances and different
working hours:
Each department has its keypad: Keypad 1 controls partition 1 (store/storage floor),
Keypad 2 controls partition 2 (production floor), Keypad 3 controls partition 3
(management floor), Keypad 4 controls partition 4 (storage/store floor)
Employees (i.e. users) can have access only to their partition, or to several partitions.

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Example C
Control panel 1

......

Partition 1

Control panel 2

Partition 2

Control panel 3

Partition 3

......
.....
User 1

User 2

User 3

Figure 4 - implementing partitions - example C


A private home has 3 floors: the first floor is defined as Partition 1, the second floor is
partition 2, and the third floor is partition 3.
Keypad 1 controls all 3 partitions (& displays their status)
Keypad 2 controls partition 2 only (& displays its status only)
Keypad 3 controls partition 3 only (& displays its status only)
User 1 can control partitions 1, 2, 3 using keypad 1
User 2 can activate partition 2 with keypads 1, 2
User 3 can activate partition 3 with keypads 1, 3
2.2.3.1
Common Application for Example C

3rd floor: part. 1


2nd floor: part. 2
1st floor: part. 1

Users can be given different access


authorization levels with regard to
keypad/floor/partition

Note: A user can control several partitions using a single code

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CONNECTING ZONES & ACCESSORIES

Connect the accessories according to the following diagram and instructions:


PSTN
MIC or
Voice Unit Tel set (LINE)
LINE

N.O N.C
RELAY
SMOKE

JP4

10K W
SecuBUS
Keypads: RXN-400, RXN-410,
RXN-416, RXN-9, or
RXN-200
Expanders: I/O-8, I/O-W

IN
(+)
(-)
SMOKE

Smoke
Detector

KEY
KEY Switch

Z7

10K W
NO

+
-

JP6

Z3
Z2

F6

Z1

TAMPER

10K W

10K W

Z4

F7

JP1

F1

TRANSMIT

Z5

Z6

JP2

KEYPAD

Z8

U3

F2

JP5

KEY

HUNTER-PRO RSA

10K W

F3

JP10
1

Ext Int
SIREN

U2

EXPANSION CARD

OUT

(+)

SERIAL

F4

TAMPER or Zone 9
NO

(-)

SET

+
IN OUT ALARM ON/ TMPR TMPR
KEYPAD
OFF
1
2

AUD
OUT
IN

T1

CONT

NC

F 5A 250VAC
AC

Figure 5 - Connecting Accessories to the Control Panel

3.1

Connecting Zones

IMPORTANT! Disconnect all power supply prior to installation!

3.1.1

Zones Inputs

The systems default zone protection is without EOL (End Of Line) resistor/s. A Zone
protection can have either one or two EOLs.
The detectors type and whether they are connected with or without EOL resistors are
set in Zone Characteristics (see section 5.3.1). The number of EOL resistors is set to
all EOL zones and is programmed in General Parameters (section 5.6). For zone
programming refer to sections 5.3 & 5.6.

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Connecting a Detector (without EOL resistor)

Connecting NC detector with no EOL resistor is done according to the following


diagram. The tamper can be connected in one of two ways:
A. To the TMPR input on the systems PCB.

Zone

Common

Common

Tamper Zone

(-) GND

12V(+) for detectors


voltage

B. As a 24 hours separate zone.

TMPR NC RELAY NC

Figure 6 - Connecting DEFENDER PIR without EOL resistor

3.1.3

Connecting a Detector using One EOL Resistor

Connecting NC detector with one EOL resistor is done according to the next diagrams.
The tamper needs be connected to the TMPR input on the control panels PCB or as a
24 hours separate
Note: When connecting NO detector, configure the zone input accordingly (see section
5.3.1).
Connecting EOL resistor to NC DEFENDER PIR Detector

10K W

10K W

Zone

TMPR NC

Tamper
Zone

Zone

Common

RELAY NC

TMPR NC

Common

10K W

PIR (NC)

Common

10K W

Zone

RELAY NC

(-)

One EOL resistor


connected to NC detector

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One EOL resistor in serial to


the relay and the tamper

Separate connections for


the relay and the tamper,
each with its EOL resistor

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Connecting EOL resistor to NO DEFENDER PIR Detector


PIR (NO)

Zone

Common

TAMPER (NC)

10K W
10K W

Zone

TMPR NC

RELAY NO

(-)

One EOL resistor connected


to NO detector

3.1.4

One EOL resistor in serial to the


relay and the tamper

Connecting a Detector using 2 EOL resistors

Apart from the tamper connection there is no difference whether the detector is NO or
NC one. Connecting a detector with two EOL resistors is done according to the next
diagrams.

TAMPER (NC)

10K W

10K W

Zone

10K W

PIR (NC)

Zone

Common

2 EOL Resistors with DEFENDER PIR (NC or NO) & Tamper (NC)

TA M P ER N C

RE LA Y N C

10K W
JP 1
JP 2

(-)

2 EOL resistors with an NC


detector and tamper (NC)

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P IR 1

2 EOL resistors connected to tamper


(NC) in serial to the relay output

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Connecting Zone Expanders

The HUNTER-PRO 896 has a basic 8 zones configuration. This can be expanded to
have more zones and outputs by using different expansion cards and add-on devices.
The following is a brief scan of the zone and outputs expansion options. A detailed
installation description is found further on.
EXP-PRO
Local expansion card with 8 line zones. These zones will always be
numbered 9-16. See further on page 20.
I/O-8N
8 zones and a relay. It connects to the KEYPAD connections of the
control panels PCB. Up to 11 I/O-8N cards can be installed in HUNTERPRO 896.
I/O-16N
Expansion card with 16 zones and a relay. It connects to the KEYPAD
connections of the control panels PCB. Up to 5 I/O-16N cards can be
installed in HUNTER-PRO 896.
I/O-WN
Wireless expansion card with wireless receiver. The receiver supports 32
wireless zones as well as 24 Key fobs for arming/disarming, send duress
code and control an output.
OUT-1000 Expansion card with 8 outputs for triggering external units. See page 28
for connecting instructions.
I/O-R
Expansion card with 8 relays for operating CCTV and spotlights. The
relays can be triggered directly or as a respond to alarm. See more on
page 28.
IMPORTANT! When connecting both line and wireless expanders, the system
first numbers the line zones and only than the wireless zones. Within the
line expanders, the system first numbers the EXP-PRO expander, if installed.
Only afterwards the other expanders are numbered.
The expanders connected through the BUS are numbered in ascending order
according to their ID.
Examples of zone numbering:
One I/O-8N/R card:
 If EXP-PRO is installed: is numbered 17-24.

 If EXP-PRO is not installed: is numbered 9-16 (when installed, EXP-PRO is


always numbered 9-16).
Two I/O-8N/R cards (16 zones):
 If EXP-PRO is installed: are numbered 17-32.

 If EXP-PRO is not installed: are numbered 9-24.


11 I/O-8N cards (88 zones):
 No EXP-PRO card can be installed! (zone number cannot exceed 96)

 Zones will be numbered 9-96: 8 zones onboard and 11 times 8 zones (88) on
each I/O-8N card.

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Two I/O-16N cards (32 zones)


Zones are numbered as if two I/O-8N cards are installed, therefore, the zones are
numbered 17-32 if EXP-Pro card is installed, and 9-24 if not.
One I/O-WN card (32 wireless zones):
If any other expansion card is installed, EXP-PRO or I/O-8/16, the I/O-WN zones will
be numbered after all the other zones. For example, If EXP-PRO and 2 I/O-8N cards
are installed (24 zones in all, and 32 with the 8 onboard), the I/O-WN zones will be
numbered 33-64.

3.2.1

Tamper #2 Input Optional zone #9

Tamper #2 input can serve as Zone #9, giving no expander is attached to the system
and tamper #2 is disabled in General Parameters (see parameter 2, in General
Parameters First Screen, page 73).

3.3
3.3.1

Connecting Expansion Cards


EXP-PRO

1.

Connect the card to the system case, using the 2 supplied screws.

2.

Use the supplied flat cable to connect the card to PCBs JP3 (see the following
drawing)

3.

To configure the EXP-PRO, refer to section 5.2.2.1.


EXP-PRO

+V
GND

+V

U3A

GND

Z
9

Z
16

Z
10

Z
15

Z
11

Z
14

Z
12

Z
13

J1

Control Panel
TRANSMIT KEYBOARD
JP1

JP2

EXPANSION CARD

SERIAL
JP4

JP3

U3

U2

F5

Figure 7 - Connecting EXP-PRO to the PCB

3.3.2

I/O-8N, I/O-16N, I/O-R

Each card must have an individual ID determined by a dip-switch on it.


No.

Dipswitch

Dip-switch table

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Notes:
 Two cards cannot have the same ID.
 The cards must be given successive IDs.
 The cards ID determines the numbering of zones connected to it (see next subsection).
3.3.2.1

Expanders Numbering

Under the HUNTER-PRO 896 configuration system, every 8 zones must have a unique
ID, therefore, I/O-16N takes 2 IDs. Heres an example for numbering few expansion
cards:
Card #1

Card #2

Card #3

Card #4

I/O-8N

I/O-16N

I/O-8N

I/O-16N

ID=1

ID=2 (+3)

ID=4

ID=5 (+6)

Note: It is recommended to connect all the accessories (-) to the systems PCB. That
includes power suppliers, if there are any.
Follow figures 8-11 (in the next pages) for connecting expansion cards. To program the
number of expansion cards refer to section 5.3.
3.3.2.2
I/O-8N
I/O-8N has three LEDs described in the following table:
LED
RUN
(Green)
MASTER
DATA
(Red)

FAIL (Red)

STATUS
ON:

DESCRIPTION
Card works OK

OFF:

Fault with supplying voltage to card, or with card

BLINKS:
ON:

Normal operating mode. LED blinks while data transferred


from control panel to card
Communication fault (disconnection)

OFF:

Communication fault (short)

BLINKS once a
second:

Data fault (expander does not receive communication from


control panel)

BLINKS twice
a second:

Communication fault (check display)

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I/O-8N

I/O-8

Parallel
connection

Expanders
Tamper

Technician
keypad

1
2
3
4

Dip-switch to set
expanders ID
MASTER
DATA

RELAY

RUN

NC C NO

V 1

+V 2
+
3
IN
4
OUT

ON DIP

1
2
3
4

Control

1234

Additional
expanders
connections

TMP (-) (+) (OUT) (IN)

To external
Tamper

Power supply
(-) (+) IN OUT

Parallel
connection
to control
panel

Relay
output

FAIL

+ 1 COM 2 3COM4 5 COM6 7 COM 8 +

8 zones connection

Figure 8 - I/O-8N Expansion card


Control panel

1 V2 V+
3
4

-V +V IN OUT
KEYPAD

RXN-410
ID=1

BUS

I/O8N/16N
or I/OW

1 V2 V+
3
4
KEYPAD
ID=2

Figure 9 - Connecting external expansion cards on control panel BUS


CONTROL PANEL

+V IN O U T
KEYPAD

1 -V
2 +V
3
4

-V

SUB

KEYPAD
ID=1

Connecting minus
line () of all units

External power
supplier
PS2

ID=1

EXPANDER

Figure 11 - Connecting external expansion cards to control


panel BUS with external power supplier PS-2

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I/O-16N

Parallel
connection

Expanders
Tamper

Technician
keypad

1
2
3
4

Dip-switch to set
expanders ID
NC C NO

1
2
3
4

ON DIP

IO8
V 1

+V 2
+
3
IN
4
OUT

1234

TMP (-) (+) (OUT) (IN)

To external
Tamper

Power supplier
(-) (+) IN OUT

Parallel
connection
to control
panel

MASTER
DATA

RELAY

RUN

Relay
output

FAIL

Additional
expanders
connections

+ 1

COM 2 3 COM 4 5 COM 6 7 COM 8

+ 9

COM 10 11 COM 12 13 COM 14 15 COM 16

16 zones connections

I/O-R

Parallel
connection

RELAY

RELAY

RELAY

RELAY

RELAY

RELAY

RELAY

1
2
3
4

Dip-switch to set
expanders ID

Expanders
Tamper

Technician
keypad

Additional
expanders
connections

3.3.3

IO8
V 1

+V 2
+
3
IN
4
OUT

ON DIP

1
2
3
4

1234

TMP (-) (+) (OUT) (IN)

To external
Tamper

Power supplier
(-) (+) IN OUT

Parallel
connection
to control
panel

MASTER
DATA

RELAY

RUN
FAIL

+ NC C1 O NC C2 O NC C3 O NC C4 O + NC C5 O NC C6 O NC C7 O NC C8 O

Dry contact relay outputs

I/O-WN
I/O-WN is a wireless receiver integrated with
HUNTER-PRO 896. It enables the connection of
wireless detectors (such as PIR, Reed Switch etc).
See section 3.2 for more details.

Red
Green

Red
Red
Green

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I/O-WN connects to the PCBs KEYPAD connections.


See the next drawing and the table that follows:

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Control Panel

+V

OUT

IN

- + IN OUT

I/O -W
KEYPAD

1-V

2+V

BU S
T AM PER
+

-V

zones

HUNTER-PRO 896

I/O-WN

Figure 12 - Connecting I/O-WN


Note: For further information regarding I/O-WN, refer its guide
3.3.3.1

I/O-WN LEDs

The I/O-WN has 5 LEDs, described in the following table:


LED

Description

Status

RUN
(Green)

I/O-WN processor
operation and
connection to
voltage

ON:

BLINK: I/O-WN voltage fault


OFF:

DATA
(Red)

RX
(Red)

I/O-WN operating and connected to voltage

Fault in I/O-WN device/connection to


voltage

I/O-WN
connection to
control panel

BLINK: Connection OK

Receiving
transmissions

BLINK ONCE: Transmission from wireless device


received by I/O-WN

ON:

Communication failure

OFF:

Short in communication wiring

OFF:

No transmission received from


wireless device

VALID
(Green)

Identifying I/OWN's additional


wireless devices

BLINK ONCE:

FAIL
(Red)

Communication
failures between
I/O-WN and
HUNTER-PRO 32
control panel

OFF:

OFF:

Wireless device identified

Wireless device not identified (no


reception from wireless device)
No failures

ONE LONG BLINK: I/O-WN did not receive a valid


frame from HUNTER-PRO 32
TWO LONG BLINKS: I/O-WN did not receive ACK
from HUNTER-PRO 32
THREE LONG BLINKS: I/O-WN is not programmed
FOUR LONG BLINKS: General/Fatal error. For one
minute no communication from I/O-WN.

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3.4

Key & Key fob

S1
S
SIREN

Connect a key or Key fob according to the next diagram, with a 10k EOL resistor on
the PCB terminal input. The key can be set as momentary or ON/OFF switch. The
default is momentary.

(-)

N.O

Z8

Control Panel

KEY -

Key

Figure 13 - Connecting key

3.5

TMPR1, TMPR2: Tamper Switches

In addition to cases and boxes protection, the tampers can be used for panic buttons,
sensors (temperature, pressure etc.) with dry contact outputs and more.
Connect the tamper switch between the TMPR1/TMPR2 connections and ground ().
TMPR1 input is connected to the tamper switch onboard the PCB.
A 10k resistor at the terminal input on the PCB provides a short/disconnect indication,
since the tamper switches are NC type.
Notes:
1. By default, TMPR1 & TMPR2 inputs are enabled and without EOL (see section
5.6).
2. To use tamper #2 as zone #9, see section 3.2.1.
JP5

Control Panel
F3

F2

Z5

Z6 Z7 Z8

KEY

S1

S2
SMOKE

+ IN OUT ALRM ON/ TMPR TMPR


KEYPAD
OFF
1
2

Tamper
switch

Figure 14 - Connecting tamper switch

3.6

Sirens

Three siren types can be connected to the HUNTER-PRO 896 control panel:
1. AC Siren: This is usually a horn or 8 speaker that is driven by the control
panels built-in oscillator.
Note: The AC siren can produce two different tones (frequencies). The tones are
predetermined. To set zone tone see section 5.3.

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2. Low current DC Siren: This is usually 200mA piazzo siren. The control panel
supplies current only for activation.
3. High current DC Siren: This can be a bell or any other high current device
with internal oscillator. The control panel supplies 3A for activation only.
The sirens outputs are split: JP5 is associated with Ext. (external) output; JP10 is
associated with Int. (internal) output.
IMPORTANT!
1. Different siren types cannot be connected simultaneously.
2. Activating solely the external siren is disabled.

3.6.1

AC Siren

The siren is connected between the terminal block outputs (Ext. or Int.) and GND (-).
Make sure the siren is not set as DC (see section 5.6.1). Set Jumpers JP5, JP6 & JP10
to short legs 2 and 3 (see Figure 15).
The sirens sound is produced by a built-in oscillator and
programmed in Zone Responses menu. When zone type
is programmed, a different siren tone to different zone
types can be set (see section 5.3.2).

SRKOA123HTBLM
+---+---+_---

Setting a different
siren tone
KD1E2EKAB2SMPZTF
-_+-+--------+--

In General Parameters, set - under D. This will set


the siren as AC (see section 5.6).

Setting siren type

Siren 2

Siren 1
(-)

Figure 15 - Connecting AC Siren

3.6.2

Low Current DC Siren

The siren is connected between terminal block outputs (Ext. or Int.) and (+).
KD1E2EKAB2SMPZTF
-_+-+--------+--

Set + under D in General Parameters (see section 5.6.1


This will set the siren as DC.
Short JP5 legs 1 & 2 and JP6 2 & 3 (see Figure 16).

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SIRENS

DC
Siren 2

KEY

- Ext Int

N.O N.C
RELAY
SMOKE

DC
Siren 1

(+)

Figure 16 - Connecting low current DC Siren

3.6.3

High Current DC Siren

The siren is connected between terminal block outputs (Ext. or Int.) and (+).
KD1E2EKAB2SMPZTF
-_+-+--------+--

Set + under D in General Parameters screen


(see section 5.6.1) This will set the siren as DC.

Set JP5 & JP10 to short legs 2 & 3 and JP6 to short legs 1 & 2.
+
IN
KEYBOARD

Bell

SIREN

SIREN 1

(+)

KEY

- Ext. Int.

N.O N.C
RELAY
SMOKE

F4

SIREN 2

Figure 17 - Connecting a high current DC Siren


The following table describes the various siren installation possibilities:
Opt. Siren Type

Conditions

JP5, JP6 Programming


JP10

Panel generates
tone. Uses
unregulated
voltage.

Speaker

2-3

2-3

In General Parameters
menu, mark - under D.

Low current self- Uses the panels 1-2


activating bell (up regulated voltage
to 200 ma)
(+V)

2-3

In General Parameters
menu, mark +under D.

High current selfactivating bell

1-2

In General Parameters
menu, mark +under D.

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Uses The panels 1-2


battery

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Relay Output

The relay can be used for activating external devices (light, CCTV etc.) and is activated
response to alarm/fault, when entering relay code in the keypad and via telephone.
To program Relay Code refer to HUNTER-PRO 896 User Manual. To program relay
trip time see section 5.5.2.
Note: If the relay timer is programmed to zero, the relay is constantly tripped until
relay code is entered or the system is disarmed.

3.8

OUT-1000: Outputs Expansion Card

GND

OUT8

12V

OUT-1000 is an 8 TTL outputs card, used to activate peripheral devices such as CCTV,
alarm triggered lights, etc. Use the cable to connect the control panels JP3 connector
to OUT-1000s JP1 connector. Follow next figure in order to connect the card to the
control panel:

GND

JP1

TRANSMIT
JP1

EXPANSION CARD

KEYBOARD
JP2

SERIAL

JP3

U3

JP4

F5
U2

Figure 18 - Connecting OUT-1000 to control panel


Note: OUT-1000 can be connected simultaneously with EXP-PRO by connecting
OUT-1000s JP2 to EXP-PROs JP1 (see OUT-1000 guide for instructions).

3.9

Keypads

Reminder: Up to 8 monitored keypads can be connected simultaneously


Connect the keypads wires to the PCB KEYPAD terminals.
IMPORATNT!
The 4 wires used to connect the keypad must totally be separated.
The panels power source (-/+) for keypads cannot be used for detectors.

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3.9.1

RXN-400 & RXN-410 LCD Keypads


Keypads
+
OUT
IN

1
2
3
4

Control Panel
+
IN
OUT

Figure 19 - Connecting 8 LCD keypads to control panel


To set the keypads ID:
1) Short JP1 legs 1 & 2 on the keypad (see figure below).
RJ11- Connecting to
the fast programmer
(PRG-22) and local
programming
adaptor LCL-11A

TAMPER

U1
TMPR
TMPR

BUS

JP1:
Programming
Keypads ID

PROGRAMMING
1

JP1

IN

OUT

2+V

1-V

TAMPER
(Optional)
Terminal
block
connection
to control
panel

Figure 20 - LCD keypad without back cover


Enter

new

ID:

2) In the following screen, enter new ID number (1 to 8):


3) Short JP1 legs 2 & 3 (back to the jumpers primary state).
4) Repeat the process above for the remaining keypads. Note that each keypad must
have a unique ID number and that numbering must be consecutive.
Notes:
1. If keypad supervision is not needed, the number of keypads connected to the
system (see section 5.2.4) and all keypads IDs should be set to zero.
2. Up to 8 keypads can be connected to the system, whether they are supervised or
not.

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Telephone Line and Devices

The system should be the first device connected to the telephone line (through the
LINE terminals). Other devices (telephone set, answering machine, etc.) need to be
connected to the SET terminals to enable line snapping.
When alarm occurs, these devices will be disconnected so the system can dial and
receive calls. When calls are over the line will be reconnected to the SET terminals.

AUD
IN OUT
SET
LINE

Control Panel

CONT

T1

TELEPHONE OUTLET

F4

OUT ALARM ON/ TMPR TMPR


OFF
1
2

Figure 18 - Connecting telephone line to control panel

3.11

VKD-1: Virtual Keypad

VKD-1 is PIMAs software for creating a virtual LCD keypad and connecting it to any
PIMA control panel, locally (via cable) or remotely, via the internet. With VKD-1 you
can view and control the system just as if you use a real LCD keypad connected to the
system.
The VKD-1 can operate any PIMA control panel directly from your PC, is easy to install
(does not require any special panel settings), and suitable for new and existing PIMA
panels.
Intruder
Alarm
Panel

VKD-1

Computer

Ethernet

SecuBUS
ROUTER
FIREWALL

Internet

Ethernet

ROUTER
FIREWALL

Figure 21 VKD-1 connections


to PC and control panel

Figure 22 VKD-1 on desktop

VKD-1 installation guide can be downloaded from our website at:


www.pima-alarms.com.

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3.12
3.12.1

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TRV/TRU-100: Long Range Radio Transmitters


Mounting Guidelines

Following these guidelines will minimize RF interference:


 Do not mount the Panel close to a metal wall or ceiling
 Make sure you leave enough space for the antenna between the metal box and the
ceiling
 Install the antenna at a distance from the Control Panels wiring
 Mount the antenna after you complete all other installations
 Make sure the antenna is not folded and is vertical
 Close the HUNTER-PRO 32 metal box when performing transmission tests

3.12.2

Connecting the Transmitter

Note: The TRV/TRU-100 can transmit in 2 frequencies


1.

Mount the HUNTER-PRO 896 metal box on the wall

2.

Screw the transmitter to the system box. Make sure the screws are tightened;
else, the transmitters range can be reduced.

3.

Connect the antenna to the transmitter. Make sure the antenna is straight.

4.

Make sure the 5-pin cable is connected to the transmitters Molex (named: To
the system on the transmitters sticker.)

5.

Connect the other end of the 5-pin cable to the male Molex, placed on the
Control Panels upper left side (named Transmitter on the Control Panel.)

To use the second frequency only:


1. Follow the pervious 1 to 5 instructions, and then:
2. Connect the 2-pin cable to the transmitters F2 Molex (named F2 on the transmitters
sticker.)
3. Connect the other end of the 2-pin cable to the control panel depends on the
desired transmitter operation:
To constantly work with the second frequency:
Connect it to (-) output on the Control Panel.
To work with 2 frequencies according to event type:
1. Connect it to one of the systems outputs, such as ALARM or ON/OFF to one of the
PGM outputs: AL/ON/OFF/RELAY.
2. Program these outputs in Outputs menu (see section 5.8). The related parameters
need to be programmed in Communication Configuration menu (see section 5.4).

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4 screws (at the base of the antenna)


Molex for connecting 5-pin cable to
control panel
Molex for connecting 2-pin cable to
activated the second frequency
Connection to program connector
using COMAX

Program

TRV/TRU-100

F To the
2 System

Antenna connector

DPR-44

comax
TRANSMITTER

Control Panel

PC

Figure 23 - Connecting TRV/TRU-100 to control panel

3.13

GSM-200: Cellular Transmitter


Antena
Indication LED
Power Connector

Connection to
TRANSMITTER
connector on the
control panel

Connection to
AUDIO IN/OUT
terminals on the
control panel
SIM Card socket

IMPORTANT!
To prevent RF interference:

Do not mount the system close to a metal roof or wall

Check that there is enough space for the antenna between the system
and ceiling

Keep wiring as distant as possible from antenna

Install the antenna only after system installation is done

Make sure the antenna is not folded

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3.14

MIC-200: Microphone Unit

1. Connect Mic-200s Con. output to the control panels CONT terminal.


2. Connect Mic-200s OUT output to the control panels AUD IN terminal.
3. Connect MIC-200s (-) and (+) to the detectors power source.
Note: MIC-200 is supplied without wires
Control
Panel

Trimmer
Do Not Touch!

SET

AUD
IN OUT CONT

T1

LINE

JP5
F2
F3 F4

Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8

- +

KEY

S1

S2

TAMPER to prevent
cover removal

OUT ALARM ON/ TMPRTMPR


OFF
1
2

MIC-200

Drawing 2- Connecting MIC-200 to control panel

3.1

VU-20: Voice Unit

1. Connect the TR input to the control panels CONTROL output.


2. Connect the AUDIO output to the control panels AUD IN input (blue wire).
3. Connect the (-) and (+) to the detectors power source.
yellow

TR(+)

blue

AUDIO
V(+)

SET

AUD
IN
OUT

CONT

T1

F2

Z5

Z6

Z7

Z8

KEY

S1
S2
SIREN

F4

red
black

Control Panel

LINE

GND(-)

JP5

F3

Voice
Unit
VU-20

OUT ALARM ON/ TMPRTMPR


OFF
1
2

Drawing 3 - connecting VU-20 to control panel

3.1

Battery

The HUNTER-PRO 896 has a rechargeable 16V battery. The charging voltage for the
battery is 13.8 V.

3.1.1

Battery Tests

The system performs battery tests Every 5 minutes and when applying power to the
system.
Note: If a test fails, the system displays battery fault and responds as programmed in
the faults responses (activating sirens, dialing the Monitoring Station, etc.).
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Manual Battery Test

To test the battery and the phone line:

 Master code 

.
If the battery is ok a Battery OK message displays. If not, the message is Low
Battery and the battery should be replaced.

3.2

Mains

IMPORTANT!
Before connecting the power cord to the system, verify that the cord is
disconnected from the mains socket.
Connect the transformer to the AC terminals on the PCB and then to mains.
With an Ohm meter, check for continuity between the grounding point on the control
panel, PCB and GND terminal, to the electrical outlet grounding point. The resistance
must be less than 1 Ohm.
Notes:
1. A current limit device, such as circuit breaker, fuse, must be connected in
serial to the power cord.
2. Electrical grounding must be connected!

3.3

Initializing the System

 Make sure the connections to the system are as described in previous sections.
 Connect AC mains power supply.
 Connect the backup battery to the fast connection terminals, red wire to (+)
and black wire to (-).
 Close the control panel case and verify that the screws do not touch the battery.
Note: If you connect the battery before mains , an AC FAULT will be displayed until
you connect the AC. The AC FAULT will be logged in memory.
Keypad

Keypad

Ver.

ID:0

1.15

Starting
Please wait...
1 JAN
Clock

07 00:00
not set

Drawing 6 - HUNTERPRO 896 System Display

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When connecting to mains, the keypad will sound a


long beep and display the screen shown on the left.
Few seconds afterwards the Please wait screen
displays.
Then, the fault LED blinks, and a message that the
clock is not set is displayed. If faults exist, they will be
displayed one by one.

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Note: To turn off the buzzer, press long


. In case a new fault occur the buzz
returns. Only after all faults are handled, the red LED ceases to blink and the default
display appears.

3.3.1
9

Setting Time & Date


USER MENU
Choose 1,2...

Master/User
Code

Enter time (HH:MM format) and


Enter Date and then

Notes:
 Use
and
to move the cursor to the left and right.
 The user code must be enabled by the installer to set the time.
Another way to access the User Menu:

3.4

Installer Code

Faults Display

Faults are displayed according to the various displaying types in the system (see the
user guide for details).

3.4.1

In PIMA Fast Display

The I/O-WN wireless receiver faults:


Indi.

Fault

Low battery of detector

No signal received from detector on a preset time

Detectors tamper is opened

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

L-------------------F------V--1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Faults display for example: low battery on zone 17,


no signal received from zone (detector) 7, zone
#14s tamper has been opened.

Note: When the display is set to Fast Display and a battery/tamper/supervision fault
occurs, the display will automatically be set to Open Zones Scan. When faults are all
handled the fast display returns.

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3.4.2

In Scan Open Zones Display

The following are example wireless receiver faults:


Display Screen
Fault
2 JUL 07 13:10
No communication between I/O-WN and the system
Wireless

Unit

1 JUL 07
W/L Unit

Wireless unit is opened

03:00
Tamper

5 JUN
FL:

07 14:20
Zone 14

Zone (detector) 14s tamper is opened

5 JUN
LB:

07 14:25
Zone 19

Low Battery in zone 19

7 OCT
SV:

07 16:32
Zone 35

No supervision on zone 35
This fault appears when trying to program the I/O-WN
receiver although the receiver is not installed

W/L Recvr. fail


ENTER/NEXT/END

3.4.3

Memory Log of Faults


MASTER/USER
CODE

User Menu
Select 1,2...

Show:
Defaults Only-1

NEXT

Show:
Zone Alarms-2

Show:
All Events-0
NEXT

NEXT

Show:
Arming/Dis.-3

The memory log has 3 viewing options: 1 - all events, 2- alarms, 3 - arming/disarming.
The top line displays the memory event number (top left) and the time and date in
which the event was registered. The event name is displayed in the bottom line.
3.4.3.1
Examples for wireless faults as displayed in memory log:
Memory Log
1) 5 JUN 07 14:20
W/L Recvr. fail
2) 5 JUN 07 14:20
Wireless Z Fault
3) 5 JUN 07 14:20
Low Battery - 15
4) 5 JUN 07 14:20
Supervision - 28
5) 5 JUN 07 14:20
W/L Unit Tamper
6) 5 JUN 07 14:20
Receiver Jamm.

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Fault
Wireless receiver or connection to the receiver is faulty
Detectors tamper of reed switch are opened. The
zones name and number will be displayed intermittently
Low battery on zone 15 wireless detector
Zone 28 sent no signal for a preset time. The zones
name and number will be displayed intermittently
Wireless receiver unit is opened
Wireless receiver channel is jammed

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PROGRAMMING BASICS

4.1

General

The HUNTER-PRO 896 is supplied with factory default parameters. In most installations
you will have none or few parameters to program, except for user-specific parameters,
such as telephone numbers, zone names etc.

4.2

Methods

There are few ways to program the HUNTER-PRO 896:


1. Locally with the PIMA Fast Programmer PRG896. The PRG-896 can have 7
different programs, each with a preset of parameters. It connects to any LCD
keypad.
2. Locally or remotely (via telephone or GSM) with COMAX, PIMA control &
communicate software.
3. Directly with the keypad.

4.2.1

Fast Programming with PRG-896

RXN-410

Control
Panel

Fast Load
ENTER/NEXT/END

OUT

OUT

IN
+V
-V

KEY

S1
SIREN

F3

S2

N.O
RELAY

N.C

SMOKE

IN

KEYBOARD

F4

ALARM

ON/
OFF

TMPR
1

TMPR
2

PRG-896 is based on ROM chip. It holds parameters that have been uploaded with
COMAX and then downloaded to a system at a site. PRG-896 can only be programmed
with an RXN LCD Keypads. It connects to RJ-11 connector on the keypad PCB. See the
fast programming procedures on section. 5.9.3.

PRG-896

Figure 24 - Connecting LCD Keypad to Control Panel and PRG-896

4.2.2

Local Programming with COMAX

COMAX gives a quick and easy way to upload sets of parameters in the service station
and download them later on at a customer site. Connecting the PC with the COMAX to
the control panel is done using LCL-11A adaptor.

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F4

OUT
IN
+V
-V

S2

F3

S1
SIREN
KEY

JP5

N.O N.C
RELAY
SMOKE

KEYBOARD

IN OUT

ALARM ON/ TMPR TMPR


OFF
1
2

RXN-400

Local Upload
ENTER/NEXT/END

LLC A
11

COMAX
D-type
9 pin

A serial-to-USB
adaptor is avialable

To PC Serial (RS-232) Port


e.g., COM1, or USB

Figure 25 - Connecting Keypad to Control Panel and PC with COMAX

4.2.3

Remote Programming with COMAX

You can program the HUNTER-PRO 896 over a telephone line with a PC, PIMA modem
(PSTN) and the COMAX software. In addition to programming, you also have access to
the memory log. Please refer to the COMAX User Manual for detailed information.

4.2.4

Programming with a Keypad

HUNTER-PRO 896 has two basic menus: User menu, made of single-press key
commands (the commands are printed above the keypads keys), and Installer menu.
S RK121 23HTB L
+ ---_+ +++-- -

This is a parameters set display.

Drawing 4- Example
for a Zone Status
Bar

(-): The parameter is disabled.

(+): The parameter is enabled.


_: The current programmed parameter

When the blinking sign _ reaches a letter, the display changes for 3 seconds and
shows the functions full name and a brief description.
For example:
Parameters screen

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Parameters description automatically appears for


few seconds when curser moved upon parameter

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4.2.5

Menu Navigation
Backward/Forward keys. Press these keys to navigate between screens/
options/parameters.
Selection/Conformation keys.
Exit key. Pressing this key exits a current menu without saving/changing it.
Reset/Erase/Change status key (- to + and vice-versa).

4.3

Default Codes

The system default codes are:


Master Code

5555

Technician Code

1234

4.4

User Menu

There are 3 ways to enter the user menu, where parameters like time, dialer numbers
and codes are programmed:
1. Using Master code:

2. Using enabled (see notes


below) User code:

9 USER User Menu


CODE

3. Using Technician code


(see notes below)

MASTER
CODE

User Menu
Choose 1,2..

Choose

TECHNICIAN
CODE

1,2..
User Menu
Choose 1,2..

Notes:
1. Only enabled user code can access the user menu. Once enabled, entering it will
display the User menu. To enable, mark + under M (User Code>Menu) in
General Parameters menu (see section 5.6). As a result, actions such as arming
and disarming cannot be activated directly by the user code, but by entering the
user code first and then pushing the desired key.
2. User Code has no authorization to change Master Code.
3. When accessing User menu from within Installer menu, changing codes is disabled.

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Technician Menu

To enter Technician Menu:

MASTER CODE

User Menu
Choose 1,2..

NEXT

TECHNICIAN CODE

Technician Menu
Choose 1,2..

-OR-

4.6

TECHNICIAN CODE

Technician Menu
Choose 1,2..

Express Programming Menu

To make programming as easy and quick as possible, the HUNTER-PRO 896 has a
special menu, made of a sequence of screens with all the necessary parameters to
initialize the system. This menu is accessed by pressing
in technician menu.
Following is a table with the express programming screens and their details
consecutively. Press
Sub-menu

to save and continue to the next parameter.


Details
Set up time
Set up date
..

Set up the 4 private dialer numbers. Use the


asterisk key for +, -, #, P (one second pause)
Set up entry/exit delay
Set up expanders, local and wireless
Set up number of remote expanders
Set up account #1 phone and radio codes
Set up monitoring station #1 protocol

..

Set up 4 MS phone numbers. Use the asterisk key


for +, -, #, P (one second pause)
Set up the MS1 reports
Set up test time and interval
Set up radio test interval
Set up 4-6 digits installer code (a code must be
entered or an error message will appear)

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4.7
Key

4.8

The Keypad Keys


Functions

Page

System installation: expanders, keypads etc.

42

Zones: types, responses, names, partitions etc.

45

Communication: MS1 options, subscribers numbers,


communication options, radio report codes etc.

48

Timers: entry/exit delay, outputs times, reports delays, soak test


days etc.

59

General Parameters

62

System Responses: mains fault, battery fault etc.

63

Outputs Configurations

64

Full programming (reset), local and fast download

68

Installer Code change

69

Fast programming

69

Tests

69

Entering Names, Numbers and Characters

Enter letters and any other character like in a cellular phone.

.,?!1

ABC2

DEF3

Cancel

GHI4

JKL5

MNO6

Next char.

PQRS7

TUV8

WXYZ9

Prev. char.

()/*:-+#

Space, 0

Enable/Disable

Save

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PROGRAMMING

5.1

Enabling Enhanced Communication Menu

HUNTER-PRO 896 has an enhanced menu with various communication parameters. By


default, this menu is not enabled. This is because most installations do not require
programming these parameters. If you do not have the knowledge required please do
not change the default parameters.
To enable access to the enhanced menu, either mark + under parameter P in the
first General Parameters screen (see section 5.6.1) or press long
in the first
Communication menu (key #3).

Key #1: System Installation

5.2

Note: From here onwards, though not appeared in drawings, Technician code (default
1234) must first be entered for accessing all technician menus.

Sys

Installation

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

System Installation menu contains parameters such as service provider, expanders,


wireless setup and keypads.

5.2.1

Service Provider and End of Service Date

Sys Installation
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Service Provider

Service Provider

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

PIMA El. Systems

Enter the systems service providers details, like name and telephone number. To
display this screen, press long
Press

, when the system is disarmed.

and set the date in which the service ends. In that date the following 2
14 MAR 08

12:00

Call Service

14 MAR 08

12:00

Service Provider

...
messages appears onscreen1 intermittently:
The messages ceases to appear in next arming or when entering technician code.

5.2.2

Expanders
1

Sys Installation
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT

Expanders
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Set the details for the expanders installed in the system.

This message appears only if the default service provider has been changed and the
end of service date is set.

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5.2.2.1

Local Expanders

XMW
_--

Par.

Name

Marking + means

Local Expander

Local expander EXP-PRO with 8 additional zones is


installed

Not Used

Wireless Expand

I/O-WN wireless receiver is installed

to save and proceed to next screen.

5.2.2.2
Remote

Remote Expanders
Expanders

Set the number of remote expanders installed to the system.

Notes:
1. Entering a number bigger than 11 will result in an error message.
2. If an EXP-PRO expander is already installed, only 10 I/O-8N expanders can be
installed.

5.2.3

Wireless Expander

Programming the wireless expander menu is subjunctive to marking + under W in


the expanders menu (see section 5.2.2.1). If not, an error message appears.

Sys Installation
ENTER/NEXT/END

Add Zone?
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

ENTR

NEXT

Add Zone?
9
ENTER/NEXT/END

Wireless Setup
X2 ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

The first available zone appears. (zone #9 is first, if no expander is installed)

.
Add Zone?
Activate Device
Device added
Press END

. Activate the wireless device and wait for confirmation message:

.
. Up to 32 wireless zones, 24 Key fobs and 24 wireless
keyboards can be handled by the I/O-WN receiver.
IMPORTANT!
The wireless zones are numbered only after all other zones, including line
expanders.

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5.2.3.1

Deleting a Wireless Zone


Sys Installation
ENTER/NEXT/END

Add Zone?
ENTER/NEXT/END

5.2.3.2

NEXT

Delete Zone?
ENTER/NEXT/END

NEXT

Delete Zone?
Please Wait...

ENTR

Wireless Setup
X2 ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

and enter zone number

Device Deleted
Press END

Supervision Interval
Sys Installation
ENTER/NEXT/END

Add Zone?
ENTER/NEXT/END

BACK

ENTR

NEXT

Wireless Setup
X2 ENTER/NEXT/END

Supervision:
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

ENTR

Supervision:
Hrs:0
Min.s:0

Set the wireless zones interval supervision.

5.2.4

Keypads
1

Sys Installation
ENTER/NEXT/END

Keypads Setup
0

ENTR

Enter the number of


installed keypads

NEXT X3

ENTR

Keypads Setup
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Part. For RKD


++++++++++++++++

Set the number of keypads connected to the system (8 max.). Giving a different ID to
each will indicate the system to supervise them, i.e. monitor their tampers. The IDs
should be given consecutively from #1 to #8.
Note: If monitoring the keypads is not required, the number of keypads should be set
to 0 (Zero)

5.2.5

Keypads Partitions

Set which partitions will be controlled by which keypad. Enter a keypad number or
and
scroll with
on to next keypad.

and mark + to allocate a partition.

For example: if keypad #2 should only control partition


#2, a + is to be marked above #2.

to save and go

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Part. for RKD 2


-+-------------1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Note: Keypad partitions are available only in partitioned system.

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5.2.6

I/O-R Expander Settings


Sys

IO-R
0

Installation

ENTER/NEXT/END
Exp.Setting

ENTR

IO-R Exp.Setting
ENTER/NEXT/END

BACK

ENTR

Enter the number of


installed I/O-R
expanders

Set the number of installed I/O-R (relays) expanders.

5.3

Key #2: Zone Programming

Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Configure the systems zones: line, wireless and expansions zones.

5.3.1

Zones Configurations
2

Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END
Zone type

Enter zone
number

Burglary
Zone
1

ENTR

Zone Configur.
ENTER/NEXT/END

Zone number

ENTR

ENTR

Zone characteristics

BOFHHIDTEPDESS
---+++-----+++ 1
Programmed
zone no.

Zone name

Set the zones type (i.e. Burglary, Panic, Fire).


5.3.1.1
Zone Type
These are the HUNTER-PRO 896s zone types:
BURGLARY (called Alarm in other PIMA systems), PANIC, FIRE, DURESS/HOLD-UP,
MEDICAL, ANTI-MASK, SPECIAL BURGLARY 1, SPECIAL BURGLARY 2, SILENT PANIC,
SPECIAL FIRE.
Press a number or
to go to a zone. Use
to change zone type.
The next table describes the zone characteristics:
Par. Para. Full
Name
B Bypassed
Permanently
0 Normally Open
F
24 Hour Zone
H
H
I

Active in Home 1
Active in Home 2
Entry Delay

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Enabling (marking +) this parameter means


The zone is permanently bypassed
An NO detector is connected in this zone
Zone is armed around the clock, regardless if the system is
armed or not.
Zone is armed in Home 1 mode
Zone is armed in Home 2 mode
Exit/Entry delayed zone.
Its possible to select one of two pre-programmed delay
times using the T parameter in this menu.

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Par. Para. Full


Name
D Zone Follower

Enabling (marking +) this parameter means

Second Delay
Time

EOL Resistores

Conditioned Zone

Double Knock

User Bypass

5.3.2
2

This zone will not trigger the alarm if opened during the
Entry/Exit delay.
If marked + in addition to the I parameter in this menu,
then entry delay time will be set according to Time 2
(refer to section 5.5)
Zone is protected by EOL resistor/s. For determining if
system uses one EOL or two, refer to General Parameters
in section 5.6.
This zone will trigger the alarm only when other
conditioned zone is opened within the Cond. Zone Time.
It is possible to select more than 2 zones.
Zone activates alarm only after two successive pulses occur
in the duration of time set in Timers Menu (possible for
more than two zones.)
Zone can be bypassed by user (this is to restrict users from
bypassing crucial zones like panic)

Zone Responses
Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT

Zone Response
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Zone Responses
Burglary
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

SSLTBM
ENTER/NEXT/END

The six parameters defining the zone responses are:


Par. Description
Enabling (marking +) this parameter means
S Activate Siren
Alarm from a zone will activate the sirens
S Ext. SRN in OFF
Alarm from a zone will activate external siren when the
system is disarmed (OFF)
L No Daytime MS
No alarm report is sent to the MS when the system is
disarmed
T Dif. Siren Tone
Different siren tone (not applicable with DC siren)
B Automatic Bypass A zone will automatically be bypassed if 3 alarms occur in it
consecutively
M Activate Audio
Alarm from a zone will activate the audio device2 (VU-20 or
MIC-200)

Together with enabling V in Communication menu (section 5.4.4), for


VU-20 only
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5.3.2.1

Zone Sensitivity

Sensitiv.(X50mS)
8

Set the zones sensitivity in milliseconds. Sensitivity means,


the time a zone has to be opened to trigger an alarm. The number entered is multiplied
by 50. In the example screen, entering 8 means a sensitivity of 8 times 50, i.e. 400 ms.
The sensitivity menu appears after pressing
in zone responses menu.

5.3.3
2
Zone

Zone Name
Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END
Number:

ENTR

NEXT

X2

Zone Name
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Set the zones names. A name can have up to 13 characters.

5.3.4
2

Partitioning
Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END

Part.

For Zone1

+---_-----------

Drawing 6 - Allocating
zones to a partition

ENTR

NEXT

x3

Partitioning
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Set the partitions to which the zones are allocated.


Setting the partitions along with setting the keypads
partitions determines the nature of the system (i.e. Split
System/ Partitioned System).
Marking + allocates a zone to a corresponding partition.

For more details on partitions, refer to chapter 2.

5.3.5
2

Partitions Names
Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END

Partition1
Partition

ENTR

NEXT

Partition
Name
x4 ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Name
1

The partitions name will appear on every allocated keypad. To enable the displaying of
partitions:
Enter
Master
Code

BACK

Display Type:
Show Part Name

ENTR

Note: Partitions names can only be displayed in partitioned keypads

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5.3.6

Copy Zone
Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

BACK

Source Zone: 7
Target: 9 To 32

Example

Copy Zone
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

ENTR

TCP
+++

Copy zone is a very useful installation feature, in which some or all features of one
zone can be copied to other zone/s. Once you finish programming this Source zone,
you can choose Target (consecutive) one or more zones and copy its type,
characteristics and partitions (see table next sub-section). This enables you to finish
installation much faster, by not having to configure each zone separately.
To copy to a single target zone, the target from & to zone numbers should be the
same.
5.3.6.1
Copying Options
Par.

Marking + means

Copy the zone type

Copy the zone characteristics

Copy the zone allocated partitions

To copy,

displayed:

5.4

. If ok, a 5 seconds countdown is performed and the next screen is

Finish Coping!
Press END

Key #3: Communication Parameters

Communication menu contains the parameters for the Monitoring Station.

Monitoring Station 1 Options

5.4.1
5.4.1.1


A

MS1 Protocol
Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

MS 1 Options
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

MS 1 Protocol
0
230
T=0

Set the MS1 PSTN protocol. A & B determine the PSTN protocol (see the matching
columns in code table, section 7.4) and T determines the radio station number (which
is given by the MS).
Notes:
1. MS 1 is programmed to ContactID format by default.
2. If no Radio receiver is not installed, do not change the default T=0 parameter.

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5.4.1.2

MS1 Report Parameters

AA12PFDMOLTWIR
++++++++++++++1

Set the type of events to be reported to MS1.


Par. Alarm\Event
A

Alarms

Anti-Mask

Special Burglary 1

Special Burglary 2

Panic

Fire

Duress/Hold-up

Medical

Open/Close by Phone (PSTN)

Failures

Periodic Tests

Smart Remote Test: When the system is armed, 2 rings and hang
up triggers the system to dial to the MS and send a TEST event

Technician Code Entered: a report sent to MS when technician


code is entered

Send Open/Close events by radio

To save,

5.4.1.3

.
Test Time and Interval

Test Time:00:00
Interval:24 Hrs

Set time and interval to send test events to the MS. When leaving the test time 00:00,
the system will ignore it and act according to the interval time only. When changing it
to any other time, the system will act according to both test time and the interval (e.g.
if you set Test time to 23:00 and Interval to 3 Hrs, then test reports will be sent every
3 hours and everyday at 23:00. If you leave the time 00:00 and set the interval to
168, then the reports will be sent once a week).
The interval time starts when connecting the system to power.


5.4.1.4

.
Radio Test Interval

Radio Tst. Inter


Hrs:24 Min.s:0

Set the radio test interval. See the previous sub-section for how-to.

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5.4.1.5

ID Account Addition

If the account number is made of 6 digits, the first two should be set in this screen.

5.4.2

Account Numbers
3

Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT

Account No.
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Set the PSTN and Radio account numbers. There can only be 16 accounts, one for
each partition.
Acouont.No 1
Ph:0000
Rd:0000
Telephone

Acouont.No 16
Ph:0000
Rd:0000

ENTR

Radio

If all the accounts are the same, program only one account. (open/close events
will be sent without the account number)

If the account number is set to 0000 no reports will be sent to the MS.

An un-partitioned system will send reports from account #1 only.

5.4.3


ENTR

Phone Numbers
Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

MS Phone 1<Del=#

ENTR

ENTR

NEXT

Phone

X2

Phone Numbers
ENTER/NEXT/END

4<Delete=#

Set MS1 telephone numbers (4 max.). If the system is set to Double Report, then
telephone numbers #1 & #2 are allocated to MS1, and telephone numbers #3 & #4 to
MS2. To save,

Note: If the MS answers a call from #1, the system will not dial the others. If not, the
system will call #2 etc. The number of call attempts is 8.

5.4.4

Communication Options
3

Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

PTLLTAVDRPOSD
+---+---+-+--

ENTR

NEXT

X3

Commun. Options
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Set the Communication Options such as telephone line, line


test, answering machine and split account numbers. To enable a feature: mark +;
To disable: mark -.

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Par.

51

Description

Enabling this parameter means

Connected T.Line

A telephone line is connected to the system

No Dia. tone chck

The system dials without checking for a dial tone (in


case the system connected via switch-board or the
line is not clear)

Line Test in ON

The system tests the phone line (once a minute) when


it is armed

Line Test in OFF

The system tests the phone line (once a minute) when


it is disarmed

Tone Dial

+ For DTMF
- For Pulse

Answer. Machine

If answering or fax machine are attached to the


phone line, the system snaps incoming call following a
sequence of two rings, hang-up, 10 seconds pause
and a ring.

Note: Set the answering machine to pick calls after more than 2 rings.
V

Voice Unit

VU-20 voice unit is connected to the system.

Download Disable

Downloading parameters from COMAX via modem is


disabled. To temporarily allow it, enter Master code
and

X2 (only valid for two minutes.)

Rem. Disarm Disab

The option of remotely disarming the system by the


telephone is disabled.

Pre Alarm Report

The system sends a report when Entry Delay starts.

Tst Rprt in OFF

Test reports are sent when the system is disarmed.

Split Account No.

When reporting to 2 MSs (with different account


numbers), account #1 will be reported to MS1 and #2
to MS2. Assigning account number per partition is
disabled.

Disarm after Al.

The system will report an open event occurring


immediately after alarm, even when the open/close
parameter is disabled (in MS1 options menu).

5.4.4.1
No.

Number of Rings
of

Rings

10

Set the number of rings before the system picks up an incoming call. To manually
answer,

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5.4.4.2

ACK Waiting Time

Ack Wait Time:


PSTN:20
GSM:30

Set ACK time (the time in seconds which the panel waits for MS handshake signal). If
no ACK received a communication error appears. HUNTER-PRO 896 allows different
ACK waiting times for PSTN and GSM max. waiting time: 60 sec.
5.4.4.3
External Line
External

Line

Set a pre-number (up to two digits) if the system is connected to a switch-board.


5.4.4.4
Number of Transmissions
No.

of

Trans.:

Set the number of transmissions of the long-range radio channel for any event that is
not reported via PSTN.

Note: The duration between the transmissions is 10 seconds and cannot be changed.

5.4.5

Selecting Main Monitoring Station

Set which of the following will be the main monitoring station (channel) PSTN, GSM
(cellular) or IP network. If the system cannot communicate through the main channel,
it will try to send reports through the other two, while keep trying to call the first.
PGN
+--

Par.
P
G
N

5.4.6
5.4.6.1

Main
PSTN
GSM
IP network (MS1 only)

Report Codes Formats


PSTN Report Codes

The systems default report codes are in ContactID format (which includes PAF &
NPAF). If the FF codes are not changed, reports are Contact ID standards: Burglary,
Fire, etc. To send other codes do as follows: subtract 100 from the event number (in
ContactID) and Convert the result to hexadecimal number.
For example: to send High Temperature event, no. 158: 158 less 100 is 58. 58
converted to Hex. is 3A. So, by sending the code 3A you report on high temperature
(in Contact ID).
The restore code must match the alarm code.

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ENTER/NEXT/END

Zones
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

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ENTR

NEXT

Z1: FF
Z3: FF

X4

Report Codes 4X2


ENTER/NEXT/END

Z2:
Z4:

ENTR

FF
FF

The PSTN report codes (4x2) menu and the following Radio menu have 3 sub-menus:
Zones, Zones restore and General Reports.
A code is a hexadecimal number (and can therefore be made from the digits 0 to 9
and the letters A to F). The systems default code is FF for all zones.
To set a report code:
and
 Use
to next screen.

to go to the event you want to change and

key to move

 Place the cursor on the events code (see code table further)
 Push a key to enter a digit and then
, as many times as needed, to choose a
letter.
5.4.6.2
PSTN & Radio Report Codes Table
Event Code
Z1 ,Z2 ... ,Z96
R1 ,R2 ... ,R96

ZFL + RESTR
BYP
TM1, TM2 + RESTR
AC + RESTR
LB + RESTR
PF + RESTR
PHN + RESTR
PNC
ICODE
FUS + RESTR
ARM
DISAR
TST

Details
Alarm from zone #1, #2 etc.
Restore Code from the according zone/s. The report comes
after siren time ends or when disarming occurs immediately
after alarm.
Zone fault in EOL zone + Restore code
Zone Bypassed
TAMPER 1 and/or TAMPER 2 Opened + Restore Code
Mains voltage (AC) failure + Restore Code
Low Battery + Restore Code
Power Failure: Card voltage lower than 9 volts + Restore
Code. Low card voltage indicates AC Fall and Low Battery
Telephone Line Fail + Restore Code
Panic code entered
False code entered
Fail-Unsafe State: Detectors Voltage Fault + Restore Code
System armed
System disarmed
System tested (manual, automatic, or wake-up).

Note: The restore code displays as RESTR to the events right

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IMPORTANT!
The following menus are available only if the enhanced menu is enabled (see
section 5.1).

5.4.7

GSM-200 Transmitter

5.4.7.1

Parameters
Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

GSM Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END

Par.
G
R
T

ENTR

X6

GSM Transmitter
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

GRTY
----

ENTR

Name
GSM TX Installed
Use Radio ID Account
Auto Test Report

NEXT

GPRS Encryption

Mark + to indicate that


GSM-200 transmitter is installed
Radio Account IDs will be used for GSM reports
Reports for auto-tests will be reported via GSM in
addition to PSTN
The information sent via GSM will be encrypted and
sent in GPRS protocol

IMPORTANT!
If a radio transmitter is not connected to the system, T should be set to
zero in the Comm. Format screen (T stands for wireless communication
format). Otherwise, all events will be reported via radio as well!
5.4.7.2

GSM Modes

GSM Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END
NEXT

GSM-200 Mode
Data Channel

NEXT

GSM Modes
ENTER/NEXT/END
NEXT

GSM-200 Mode
GPRS Channel

ENTR

GSM-200 Mode 1
Voice Channel
NEXT

GSM-200 Mode
SMS Channel

Set the GSM-200 transmitter operating modes. The transmitter has 2 modes: Mode 1
for MS1 and mode 2 for MS2 (double report).
Each mode can be set to one of four channels: Voice, Data, GPRS or SMS3.
When setting a mode to data channel, for example, the transmitter waits for data
format information and not other.
The Data channel can be used by COMAX for uploading and downloading. To do that,
the GSM-200 SIM must have a second phone number.
If both MSs are connected using GPRS, the second channel will be used to report
to MS2.

GSM-200 and SMS-100 cannot be installed in the same system.

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GSM Phones

GSM Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END

NEXT X2

GSM Phones
ENTER/NEXT/END

Set GSM-200 MS1 phone numbers 1 to 4.


5.4.7.4

MS

Phone

1<Del=#

GPRS Settings

GSM Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END
ENTR

ENTR

NEXT X3

Station Port
10001

GPRS Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

ENTR

Station IP
0.
0.
0.

0.

Tst intrvl(GPRS)
Min:5
Secnd:0

Set the GPRS mode parameters. These include the MS IP number (should be given by
the MS), the station port (to which the GPRS information is launched) and the GPRS
test interval.
Notes:
1. If no specific instruction given by the MS, do not change the port number.
2. To see the transmitters version, press long
in main screen. The display will
show both the transmitter and the system version4.

5.4.8

SMS Settings
3

Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT

X7 SMS Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

System Name-SMS
Alarm System

Set a name to identify the system in SMS reports. A name can be the customers name
or any other. Alarm System is the default name.
A demo cell phone SMS message
System SMS name

Event type and zone no.

Zone name
Time of alarm/event, as
registered in memory log

Date of alarm/event, as
registered in memory log

Notes: The text for the SMS messages is taken from the systems memory log
For further SMS definitions, refer to section 5.4.13.3

If SMS-100 and not GSM-200 is installed, its version will be displayed.

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5.4.9

Serial Output
Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT X8

Serial Output
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

LNRG
____

Set the
Par.
L
N
R
G

serial output use:


Name
Local Monitoring
Net4pro
Radio Protocol
GSM-200 Serial

5.4.10

Modem Call Back

Call

Marking + means the device is


Connected locally using PIMA new local protocol
Connected to PIMAs PIMAnet server
Available only in some panel versions
Consult your distributer/PIMA

Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT X9

Modem Call Back


ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Back1<Del=#

Set the modem callback phone numbers. Up to 3 numbers can be programmed.


Note: If callback telephone #1 is set, in any attempt to contact the system over the
telephone line, the panel will hang up and call the PC back. This is yet another safety
step to protect the system from unauthorized access

5.4.11

Private Dialer Options


Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT

X10

Private Dialer
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

AA12PFDMOL
++++++++-+

Set the private dialer report parameters. Mark + under any alarm/event to be sent to
the private dialer. Open/Close events are relevant to SMS only. See next table for
details.
Par.
Name
Par.
Name
A
Alarms
F
Fire
A
Anti-mask Alarm
D
Duress
1
Special Burglary 1
M
Medical
2
Special Burglary 2
O
Open/Close (SMS only)
P
Panic
L
Failures

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0

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MS2 Options
Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

2 Protocol
0

ENTR

ENTR

NEXT

X11

MS2 Options
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

AA12PFDMOLTWIR
++++++++++++++.2

Set Monitoring Station #2 options.


5.4.12.1
MS2 Protocol
Set MS2 PSTN protocol. Setting this protocol will indicate the system to report to 2
monitoring stations.
Note: In order to report to two Monitoring Stations with two different account ID
numbers, in addition to setting the protocol, mark + under parameter S (Split
Subscriber) in Communication Options menu (section 5.4). In this case, Account 1
numbers will be sent to MS1 while Account 2 numbers to MS2.
To disable reporting to MS2, set its protocol to 0, 0.
5.4.12.2
MS2 Report Parameters
Set the parameters the system will report to Monitoring Station 2. All parameters are
similar to those of Monitoring Station 1 as described in section 5.4.1 but the radio
option: you cannot report to MS2 via radio.

5.4.13

Advanced Programming

Note: Advanced programming may require professional knowledge in communication


protocols. Beware not to change parameters unless you checked it with the cellular
provider first.

Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

Choose Provider
ENTER/NEXT/END

5.4.13.1

ENTR

ENTR

BACK

Advanced Prog.
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Cell.
Providers
GSM PROVIDER 1

Choose Provider

Set the cellular provider for the GSM SMS service. The system is pre-programmed with
unique parameters to every provider and these should usually not be changed. Up to 5
providers can be programmed.
5.4.13.2

to save.

Cellular Providers Details

Provider
... Choose
ENTER/NEXT/END

NEXT

Cell. Providers
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Cell. Providers1
ENTER/NEXT/END

In the following screens the details needed for the system to contact the cellular
providers SMS center are entered. This information should be provided by the cellular
provider. The next screens are:

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Screen
Providers Name 1

Information to enter
Providers name according to the previous
menu (sec. 5.3.10)
First provider SMS center phone no.
First provider APN no.
APN number
Username
Enter User #1 name
Password
Enter User #1 password

SMS center phone 1


Provider APN1
Provider APN1
User 1
User 1
Password 1
Password 1

To program another provider


5.4.13.3

in Cell. Providers1 screen.

PSTN SMS Phones


Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

PSTN SMS Phone


ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

ENTR

BACK

Advanced Prog.
ENTER/NEXT/END

SMS Center OUT

ENTR

ENTR

NEXT

X2

SMS Center IN

Set the details for the SMS-100 card to contact the PSTN providers SMS center. The IN
& OUT phone numbers are to be provided by the PSTN provider.
 The OUT no. is the SMS center incoming phone no.
 The IN no. is the SMS center outgoing phone no.
5.4.13.4
Network Settings
9

Communication
ENTER/NEXT/END

Network Settings
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

BACK

Advanced Prog.
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

BACK

ENTR

The next screens are:


Screen
Information to enter
Station IP
The MS computers IP no.
Test Interval
Enter time in minutes and seconds
Attempts to Fail
No. of attempts to contact the MS before comm. error appears

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Key #4: Timers, Counters

Set the systems entry/entry delay times, outputs trip times, faults response times and
more.

5.5.1

Entry/Exit Delay

Timers ,

Entry

Counters

ENTR

ENTER / NEXT/END

Entry /Exit

Delay

ENTR

ENTER /NEXT/END

1 2 Exit
20 20 60

Set the systems all-zones entry delay 1 and 2 (See section 5.3.1 for determining an
entry delay for a zone) and the exit delay. Default entry time is 20 seconds and exit, 60
seconds.

5.5.2

Outputs Trip Times


4

Ext.

Timers, Counters
ENTER/NEXT/END
Siren

Time

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

ENTR
Ext.
240

NEXT

Siren

Output

Times

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Time

seconds

Set the outputs trip times. The output trip time is the time in which an output remains
triggered.
HUNTER-PRO 896 has three types of output trip times:
1. Output trip time 0: the output is tripped until next system disarming.
2. Output trip time 1-9998: the output trip time in seconds.
3. Output trip time 9999: the output is tripped for as long as an output type (see
further) is triggered. For example, one may want to trigger a relay output when
and for long as a fault occurs, e.g. mains fault. As soon as the fault is resolved the
output is switched off.
5.5.2.1
Output types and their default times
Following is a table of all output types (see section 1.4) with their default triggering
time. The
key presses are with regard to the drawing in section 5.5.2.


X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6

Output type

Trip time (sec)

Ext. Siren
Int. Siren
Burglary
Anti-mask
Special Burglary 1
Special Burglary 2
Smoke

240
240
240
240
240
240
240

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X7
X8
X9
X10
X11
X12
X13
X14
X15
X16
X17
X18
X19
X20
X21
X22
X23
X24
X25
X26
X27

Output type

Trip time (sec)

Fire
Special Fire
Panic
Silent Panic
Hold Up
Medical
Tamper
Mains Fault
Low Battery
Phone Fault
Trouble
Zone Bypassed
GSM Fault
Comm. Fault
TAG Activation
Door code
W/L Remote
Test
Audio Device
Remote control*
Zone Open Hold**

240
240
240
240
240
240
240
9999
9999
9999
9999
9999
9999
9999
240
5
5
5
60
60
0 (min)

* Remote Control time defines the time an output under remote control remains
opened.
** Zone Open Hold time is an energy saving feature: use it to turn off air conditions or
lights at the end of the day.
It is a timer that works in conjunction with the Zone Opened output type: normally,
a PCB output that is triggered by Zone Opened output type is closed as soon as the
final zone of the output partitions is closed. But when setting the Zone Open Hold
time it will remain opened for that time, and only if no movement had been
detected by the motion detectors, the PCB output will be closed.

5.5.3


ENTR

AC Report Delay
4

Timers, Counters
ENTER/NEXT/END

NEXT X2

ENTR

AC Report Delay
ENTER/NEXT/END

AC Report Delay
240 Minutes

Set the mains (AC) failure report delay time (in minutes). When mains resume the
timer resets. Time range: 0 - 250 minutes.

5.5.4

to save.

Phone Report Delay


. Set the phone failure report delay time (in minutes).

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Burglary Report Delay

. Report on burglary alarm occurring within entry delay will be delayed for the
period set in this menu. If the system is disarmed during this period, the report will not
be sent at all. If the burglary delay or entry delay is over and the system is armed, a
burglary report is sent. This reduces unnecessary reports.

5.5.6

Soak Test Days

. Set the number of days a zone (mostly, a zone that causes false alarms) will
be tested. During this period of time, any events initiated by the zone will neither be
reported to MS nor trigger the alarm/private dialer, etc, but will be displayed in the
Fast display. The events will only be recorded in the memory log.
Max time is 7 days. After this period of time, the zone will automatically return to
normal operation. If set to 0 the zone returns to normal operation at midnight of the
same day.
Note: In PIMA display, the letter T indicates a zone undergoing a test.

5.5.7

Double Knock

. Set the Double Knock time (in seconds). Double Knock is a feature used for
reducing false alarms in specified zones. In order for a zone configured as double
knock to trigger am alarm, it must detect two violations in a predetermined time set in
this screen (see Zone Programming section 5.3).
IMPORTANT!
If one of the zones set as Double Knock remains open, alarm will be
triggered in the pre-set time.

5.5.8

Conditioned Zones Time

. Set the time span (in seconds) it takes a conditioned zone to be activated. For
example, if zone 1 and 2 are conditioned together, and only zone 1 is opened, no
alarm will be generated. Only if both zones are opened within a predetermined period
of time, set in this screen, an alarm will be generated (see Zone Programming section
5.3).

5.5.9

Bypass Limit Time

. Set the time (in minutes) in which a zone remains bypassed before it is
automatically released and becomes armed again. This protects against burglary
preparation by bypassing zones before the system is armed.

5.5.10

False Code

. Set the number of allowed false code entries (max 24), before the system
reports the MS, presents False Code message and react according to the
configurations in System Responses menu (see System Responses, section 5.7).

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5.5.11

Inactivity Report

. This feature is an indication if the system has been inactive (not armed) for
the number of days set in this screen. The MS can then call the customer to check this
issue.

5.6


Key #5: General Parameters


5

Gen.

Parameters

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

General parameters are presented in 2 consecutive screens.

5.6.1

General Parameters First Screen

KD1E2EKAB2SMPZTF
--+-+--------+++

Par.
K

Name
State Key Switch

D
1
E
2

DC Siren
TAMPER 1 Connec.
TAMPER 1 - EOL
TAMPER 2 Connec.

E
K
A
B
2
S

TAMPER 2 - EOL
Key-> Home State
Automatic-> HOME
Byps. Zone in Au.
2 EOL Resistors
Siren beep in ARM

User Code-> Menu

P
Z
T
F

Advanced Menu
Byps. Tmpr. in Arm
Byps. Fail in ARM

Marking + means
(+) Toggle key (On/Off)
(-) Momentary key
DC Siren is installed
Tamper 1 is connected
Tamper 1 is protected with EOL
(+) Tamper 2 is connected
(-) Tamper 2 input serves as Zone #9
Tamper 2 is EOL protected
Arming with a key arms to HOME 1
Automatic arming arms to HOME 1
All opened zones are bypassed in auto-arming
All EOL protected zones have 2 resistor
When arming the siren will beep once. When
disarming with key/remote control the siren will
beep twice.
(+) Entering User code displays User menu
(-) Entering User code arms/disarms
Enhanced communication menu is enabled
Not in use
Arming is enabled with faulty tamper
Arming is enabled with system fault

to save and proceed to the second parameters screen.

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General Parameters Second Screen

CLDSF12ZERPFCJAO
+-----+---------

Par.
C
L
D
S
F

Name
Light KP continu
Light KP in Alrm
Light KP in Dely
Buzzer In Alarm
Enable Fast Arm

Marking + means
All keypad keys light (low) at all time
All keypads light (high) in alarm
All keypads light (high) in (exit/entry) delay
Keypad buzzer buzzes in alarm





1
2
Z
E
R

Cancel HOME1 Del


Cancel HOME2 Del
Disp. Alrm in ON
Not in use
Retrigger Opn.Zn

P
F
C
J
A
O

Disp. Armed Part


Final door
Full remote cont
Report W/L Jamm.
Part. AutoArming
Not in use

5.7


to arm the system.


to arm the system to HOME 1.

to arm the system to HOME 2.


HOME1 entry delay time is 0
HOME2 entry delay time is 0
Alarms are displayed when the system is armed
An opened zone does not stop to generate alarms and
send reports to the MS until it is closed or the system
is disarmed
Armed partitions are displayed
Closing final delayed zone will end exit delay
Full remote control (including outputs) is enabled
Wireless jamming is alerted & reported
Auto-arming by partition ia enable
-

Key #6: System Responses


6

System

Response

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

SSAL

Mains

Fault

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Mutual screen to
all faults/events

----

Set the systems responses to 5 faults/events. These are: Mains Fault, Low Battery,
Phone Fault, False Code, and Zone Failure/Tamper.
Note: The differentiation of responses between Armed & Disarmed states, as in other
PIMA systems like HUNTER-PRO 32, does not apply to HUNTER-PRO 896.
Par.
S
S
A
L

Name
Activate Siren
Ext. SRN in OFF
Act. Burgl Output
No Daytime MS

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Mark + to set the response


Activate sirens
Activate external siren when system is disarmed
Activate burglary output type
Reporting to MS when system in OFF state is disabled

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5.8

Key #7: Outputs Configuration


PCBs (physical) output

Output

Configur.

ENTER/NEXT/END

External

Siren

External

Siren

ENTR

ENTR

External

Siren

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Part. for OUT


++++++++++++++++

ENTR

Outputs Polarity
PD
-+

Outputs partitions

Output Type

Set the systems outputs and output types configuration. See section 1.4 to distinct
between the two.
The outputs can also be triggered based on the systems partitions, i.e. be triggered
only by alarms generated in the enabled partitions.
IMPORTANT!
By default, the output types are allocated to the physical outputs, according
to the printed outputs names on the PCB. It is not advisable to change these
unless specific installation requirements.

5.8.1

PCB & Expanders Outputs

There are seven outputs on the systems PCB: Ext. & Int. SIRENS, SMOKE, RELAY,
ON/OFF, ALARM, Audio Ctrl. The expanders' outputsp are also set in this menu.

Press
X1
X2
X3
X4
X5
X6
X7
X8
X9

5.8.2

Output

Configur.

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

External

Siren

ENTER/NEXT/END

PCB/Expanders Output
Internal Siren
RELAY
SMOKE (reset detectors)
ON/OFF
ALARM
Audio Control
OUT-1000 Outputs
I/O-R Outputs
I/O-8 Outputs

Output Types

Following, is a table of all output types by their order in the menu and the relation to
the PCB outputs. To clarify, the process of programming is as follows:
Pick the output to be programmed
output partition/s

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External Siren
Internal Siren
Burglary
Anti-Mask
Special Burglary 1
Special Burglary 2
Burglary - All Types
Fire
Special Fire 1
Panic
Silent Panic
Hold-Up (Duress)
Medical
Alarms - All Types
Audio Control
Zone Open
Zone Bypassed
Smoke Detector
Power
Tamper
Trouble (zone)
Buzzer
Armed
Installer Program
General Fault
MAINS Fault
Low Battery
Phone Fault
GSM Fault
Communication Fault
Not In Use
Door Code
Wireless Remote
Test
5

What triggers the PCB output?


Alarms from a zone programmed to trigger the external
siren output type
Alarms from a zone programmed to trigger the internal
siren output type
Alarms from Burglary zone type5
Alarms from Anti-Mask zone type
Alarms from Special Burglary 1 zone type
Alarms from Special Burglary 2 zone type
All alarms from Burglary, Special Burglary 1 and Special
Burglary 2 zone types
Alarms from Fire zone type
Alarms from Special Fire 1 zone type
Alarms from Panic zone type, or keypad panic code (
)
+
Alarms from Silent Panic zone type
Alarms from Hold-Up (Duress) zone type, or keypad holdup code
Alarms from Medical zone type
All the alarms from all the zones
Activating audio (MIC-200) or voice unit (VU-20)
Opening a zone
Bypassing a zone
Resetting Smoke detectors
Tamper switch opened
Zone troubled
Keypad buzzer activated
Arming the system
Entering installer code
System general fault
Mains fault
Low battery fault
Phone Fault
GSM fault
Failing to communicate with the MS
Entering door code
Pushing the
button in remote control
Sending test report

All the zone types are programmed by default to activate the external siren in
response to alarm. To change this, see section 5.3.2.

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Output type
What triggers the PCB output?
Not In Use
Not In Use
Remote Control
Activating an output by remote call
Not Used
Station ACK
ACK received from the MS*.
* This output type is used as indication that a report sent to the MS has been received.
When an alarm from a zone programmed to trigger the Station ACK output type
occurs, the PCB output programmed to be triggered by this output type waits for the
system to receive ACK. As the ACK is received the output is tripped for 10 seconds (and
can switch on bulb etc.).

5.8.3

Output Partitions

Set the outputs partitions (see drawing in section 5.8), i.e. define which partitions are
enabled to activate which output.

5.8.4

Polarity & Activating in Disarm

Set the polarity of the output and whether it will be activated when the system is
disarmed (see drawing in section 5.8).
Par.
P
D

5.8.5

Name
Polarity
<+=Pos.
Active in
Disarm

Marking + means
+ The output is disconnected in alarm
- The output is switched to negative in alarm (GND)
+ The output is activated when the system is disarmed
- The output is activated when the system is armed

Ext. Siren and Int. Siren Outputs

These 2 PCB outputs distinct, due to the following reasons:


1. Theyre both high current outputs.
2. They can trigger any speaker siren.
3. Ext. Siren output can be triggered only when Int. Siren output is. In other words,
activating sirens in HUNTER-PRO 896 can be done in one of three ways: Both
internal and External, internal only, no siren.
Note: It is advisable not to associate only External Siren and Internal Siren to these
two outputs (this is the default programming).
You can, however, associate the external and internal output types to any other PCB
output, but then the sirens must be DC sirens (i.e. contain a built-in oscillator).

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Expanders Outputs

5.8.6.1

OUT-1000
Expander

Output

Configur.

ENTER/NEXT/END

Expanders output No.


Output

BACK

ENTR

X3

Output 1
Fire

ENTR

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Outputs partitions

Outputs output type

OUT-1000 Outputs

ENTR

Part. For OUT 1


++++++++++++++++

ENTR

Outputs polarity

PD
-+

Outputs No.

Set OUT-1000 (8 outputs expansion card) outputs. Besides the expander output
number screen, all other screens match the outputs configuration screens.
5.8.6.2
I/O-R
Configure I/O-R 32 outputs. I/O-R is programmed the same as OUT-1000.
5.8.6.3
I/O-8N
Configure I/O-8N 8 outputs. I/O-8N is programmed the same as OUT-1000.

5.8.7

Examples for Output Programming

1. Programming ON/OFF output:


Pick an output

Output

Configur.

Output

Armed

NEXT X4

ENTR

Part. For OUT 1


+++----++---+++

Output

ENTER/NEXT/END

Enable partitions to
activate the output type

Set output type


ON/OFF

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

ON/OFF

ENTR

Set outputs polarity


& active in disarm

ENTR

PD
-+

The procedure is as follows: you first pick a physical output. Then you determine what
output type will trigger it. In this case, the default output type is Armed, so when the
system is armed, this output is triggered. Then you determine from within which
partition/s this output can be triggered. Then you set the rest.
2. Set ALARM output to follow open zone zone type. As a result, when a zone of this
type is opened, the ALARM output is triggered:

Output

Configur.

ENTER/NEXT/END

Zone

Output

Open

NEXT X5

ALARM

ENTR

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Part. For OUT 1


+++----++---+++

Output

ENTER/NEXT/END

Enable partitions to
activate the output type

Set output type


ON/OFF

ENTR

ENTR

ENTR

Set outputs polarity


& active in disarm
PD
-+

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3. Set output 4 on OUT-1000 to trigger Internal Siren output type in alarm:

Output

Configur.

ENTER/NEXT/END

Output

X3

OUT-1000

Outputs

ENTER/NEXT/END

Output 4
Internal Siren

ENTR

ENTR

Set outputs partitions


ENTR

Part. For OUT 1


++++++++++++++++

Set outputs polarity & active in disarm

PD
-+

ENTR

NEXT

Set outputs output type

Pick output No. 4


NEXT X3

ENTR

Outputs No.

Key #8: Full Programming

5.9
5.9.1

System Default

Initialize the system to factory defaults.

Full

Programming

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Are You Sure?


ENTER/NEXT/END

zero ends with this message:

Defaults

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

to confirm.

When system initialization is executed:

5.9.2

System

Defaulting
25
Please Wait...

Syst.Defaulted
Press END

. A countdown from 25 to

Local Download
8

Full

Programming

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

NEXT

Local

Download

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Use this menu to program HUNTER-PRO 896 with the COMAX upload/download
software. COMAX runs on a local computer that connects to the system using LCL-11A
adaptor and the keypad (see section 4.1 for connecting with LCL-11A and the COMAX
User Guide). Pressing

enters the system to standby state, waiting to receive data.

Immediately press Local icon


in COMAX to start the process. Wait until
Connected message is displayed on the COMAX status bar. You can now start
programming.

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Fast Load
8

Full
Select

Full Programming
ENTER/NEXT/END

Prog.

1-7

ENTR

...

BACK

Fast Load
ENTER/NEXT/END

- OR -

ENTR

Communication
Select Prog.

NEXT

1-7

Set the options for the PRG-896 fast programmer. HUNTER-PRO 896 has 2 loading
options: full 7 different programs or only the communication parameters.
Reminder: PRG-896 is programmed with COMAX software.

5.10


Key #9: Installer Code


Installer

Code

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Installer

Code

******

(4-6)

Set/change the Installer code. A code is 4 - 6 digits long.


IMPORTANT!
If the Installer code starts with zero (0) the code is locked and cannot be
reset, in case of power loss. This is another precautious measure against
intruders. If this happens, please contact PIMA support team.

5.11
 *

Asterisk Key *: Express Programming Menu


Installer

Code

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Hour
00:00

For details, refer to section 4.6.

5.12

Key #0: Tests

Test menu has 9 sub-menus for testing the systems line and wireless zones, the
outputs, and communication.

5.12.1

Walk-Test
Tests

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Walk-Test
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Tested

of

Test all the line and wireless zones in the system. To perform a test, trigger detectors
that need to be tested. During the test, the display shows the number of tested
detectors out of the overall number of the detectors.
The memory log keeps record of the test, including the number of zones triggered.
When the tests are over,

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If not, the system displays the names of the zones not tested, in the following order:
Zone No.

Zone Name

Untested Zones:
UT:Zone 12
Untested
Burglary

Zones Partitions

Untested Zones:
UT: Living Room

ENTR

ENTR

Untested Zones:
++++++++++++++++

Zones:

Zone Type

This test is very useful for testing the system at the end of installation.

5.12.2

Single Zone Test


0

Tests

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Press zone no. and

ENTR

Single
ZONE

Zone

NEXT

Single

Zone

Test

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Te32

32

This test checks a single detector, line or wireless. To test a zone, press the designated
zone number. The first 8 zones are the outputs on the PCB and are named on board
zone. Pressing

displays the zones name, partition and type.

The process of testing a wireless zone is the same. The detectors RSSI level is
displayed in response to receiving a transmission (see next section on how to test a
wireless zone). All other screens match.

5.12.3

Wireless Test
Tests

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

NEXT

Wireless

X2

ENTER/NEXT/END

Zone Name
Wait

for

Trigger a wireless
detector. A series of
beeps will be produced by
the keypad buzzer, once a
transmission received

Trans.

Test

Zone

Zone Number

19

19

RSSI=3

ENTR

(3=MAX)

RSSI: Received Signal


Strength Indication

RSSI level:
1= Weak
2= Medium
3= Excellent

This is a wireless detector test. The purpose of the test is to check the reception level
of wireless detectors installed in the system. A transmission from a detector will be
displayed on the screen, showing the detectors RSSI, and be registered in the memory
log. This test is useful for finding the best location for wireless detectors and their
optimal regularity.

5.12.4

Set Soak Zone


0

Zone

Tests
ENTER/NEXT/END
Number:

Entr-Conf

#-Rst

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ENTR

ENTR

NEXT

X3

Set

Zone

ENTER/NEXT/END

Soak Zone
Zone

Soak

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Set a zone to be soaked (tested). When a zone/detector is suspected of causing false


alarms, it can be configured to be in a test mode. A test can last up to 7 days (to set
the number of soak days, refer to section 5.5.6)
All events from a tested zone will neither trigger the alarm, nor be reported to MS.
However, they will be registered in the memory log.
When the programmed time for the soak test is over, the zone will automatically return
to normal operation.
To turn a zone from soak to normal mode,

5.12.5

Outputs
External

in the zone number screen.

Outputs Test
Tests
ENTER/NEXT/END
Test
Siren

ENTR

ENTR

NEXT

X4

Outputs

Test

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Exit=END

This feature lets you to test directly every output connected to the system - local and
remote. Pressing

triggers the output for 10 seconds. Pressing

ends the test.

Testing the outputs has a great advantage - it allows the installer to define between
connection problems and programming faults: if a device does not work properly but is
triggered by the output test, than the problem lays with programming (or the device
itself) and not connection.
On the other hand, failing to trigger the external siren (for example) through the
output test, indicates a connection or other-than-programming problem.
These are the outputs test screens by their order:
Output
External Siren

Key Presses

Onboard output

Internal Siren
Relay
Smoke Output
On/OFF Output
ALARM Output
Audio Contrl
Out
OUT-1000
Outputs
Exp IO-R
Outputs
Exp IO-8
Outputs

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Details
Onboard output

X2
X3
X4
X5
X4
X3

X2

Onboard output
Onboard output
Onboard output
Onboard output
Onboard output

to trigger one of
OUT-1000 8 outputs

to trigger one of
I/O-R 32 outputs

to trigger one of the


I/O-8s cards

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5.12.6

Test MS Dialer
Tests

Test

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END
MS

Select

BACK X4

Test

MS

Dialer

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

Dialer

T.

No. 1-4

Test the Monitoring Stations PSTN numbers. Pressing


will do so for phone #2, and so on.
pressing

will dial the MS phone #1,

Note: The MS PSTN and radio test screens have a feature to help you overcome
missing information/installation: if, while trying to perform a test, a data is missing, like
a phone number or a protocol, an error message is displayed asking you to press
After pressing the key, the required menu will automatically be displayed.
Set

For example:

Ph. Connect!

Press

END

. This error message occurs when trying to test the

MS radio without programming the account number first. Pressing


Commun.

5.12.7

screen in Communication menu.

Test MS GSM
Tests

Test

transfers the

Options

ENTER/NEXT/END

menu to

ENTER/NEXT/END
MS

Select

ENTR

BACK X3

Test

MS

GSM

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

GSM
T.

No. 1-4

Test the MS GSM phone numbers. Refer to previous section for instructions. If the
Set

GSM-200 receiver is not installed, an error message appears

5.12.8

Please

GSM Install.

Press

END

Test MS Radio
Tests
ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

BACK X2

Test

MS

Radio

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Wait..

will send a
Test the long range radio transmitter, TRV/TRU-100. Pressing
transmission event test to the MS. No ACK from the MS should be received in this test.
See previous note in case radio related data is missing in the system.

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GSM Signal Strength


Tests

BACK X2

ENTR

ENTER/NEXT/END

GSM

Sig. Strength

ENTER/NEXT/END

ENTR

Strong signal indicator _


Weak signal indicator .
The stronger the reception the more _ indicators appear

GSM Sig.Strength
_________..

The GSM signal strength indication is like the one in a cell phone. If reception is weak
(more dots than squares appear) you need to relocate the GSM receiver.

5.12.10

Network Statistics

L:T0
G:T0

R0
R0

This screen gives information regarding the network and GPRS connections. The top
line shows the PIMAnet network and the bottom shows the GPRS. The numbers are the
packets sent and received.
When the L and R values in each line match or close, the connection is OK.
The numbers can be reset in coordination with the MS.

5.13
E n te r
M a s te r
Code
All

How to Locate Expanders Zones


5

NEXT

Zones:
ZONE
27

X3
27

Display
All

Type

Zones

ENTR

ENTR

All Zones:
27
Wireless Expand.

ENTR

...

HUNTER-PRO 896s All Zones display type gives details on every zone programmed in
the system and allows the technician to quickly locate it.

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REMOTE CONTROL VIA TOUCH-TONE


TELEPHONE

HUNTER-PRO 896 can be remote-controlled via any touch-tone telephone, including


cellular. The system can be controlled in one of two options:
Mode A: Basic commands, including arming and disarming (the default mode).
Mode B: Full control, including all the outputs
Note: The entire chapter applies both when you call the system and vice verse

6.1

Mode A

1.

Dial the telephone number the system is connected to.

2.

Wait for confirmation tone (a long tone followed with two beeps)

3.

Enter Master Code

4.

Wait for status tone:


Continuous: The system is disarmed
Beeps: The system is armed

Note: The system will not respond to commands while playing the confirmation tone.
It is important to wait until the confirmation tone is over before pushing any telephone
key.
5.

Push a key according to the next table. The system confirms the command
with two short beeps.
The following table includes systems commands by telephone keys:

key









Function
Stop external siren and dialer. The dialer will not dial to any more numbers
Arm the system
Disarm the system
Arm the system to Home 1 mode
Switch the (PCB) relay ON
Switch the (PCB) relay OFF
Arm the system to Home 2 mode
Listen in for one minute (only available with MIC-200). To extend listen in time (in
one minute), push again as needed.

While the system and the remote telephone are communicating with each other, the
following message will display on all connected keypads: Other keypad in use.

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If the system does not receive any command for a period of 60 seconds, it shall
disconnect and return to normal mode. The system will remain in standby (displaying
Other keypad in use on all the keypads) for another 60 seconds, before returning to
normal mode.

6.1.1

Example for arming the system via telephone:

Dial the systems phone no.  the system answers  wait for confirmation tone to
end  enter Main code  wait for command confirmation tone to end 

6.2

Mode B

Repeat steps 1-4 in previous section to establish communication with the system.
To activate an output:
tables.

To deactivate an output:
tables.

& the corresponding command from the following

& the corresponding command from the following

System
* 01

PCB Outputs

Arm

OUT-1000

11

External Siren

21

Output no. 1

# 01 Disarm

12

Internal Siren

22

Output no. 2

* 04

Arm to Home 1

13

Relay

23

Output no. 3

* 07

Arm to Home 2

14

SMOKE detector

24

Output no. 4

* 08

Listen-in

15

ON/OFF

25

Output no. 5

* 00

Telephone

16

ALARM

26

Output no. 6

17

Audio Ctrl

27

Output no. 7

28

Output no. 8

I/O-8N Expanders
31

Expander no. 1

37

Expander no. 7

32

Expander no. 2

38

Expander no. 8

33

Expander no. 3

39

Expander no. 9

34

Expander no. 4

40

Expander no. 10

35

Expander no. 5

41

Expander no. 11

36

Expander no. 6

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I/O-R expander #1

I/O-R expander #2

51

Output #1

55

Output #5

59

Output #1

63

Output #5

52

Output #2

56

Output #6

60

Output #2

64

Output #6

53

Output #3

57

Output #7

61

Output #3

65

Output #7

54

Output #4

58

Output #8

62

Output #4

66

Output #8

I/O-R expander #3

I/O-R expander #4

67

Output #1

71

Output #5

75

Output #1

79

Output #5

68

Output #2

72

Output #6

76

Output #2

80

Output #6

69

Output #3

73

Output #7

77

Output #3

81

Output #7

70

Output #4

74

Output #8

78

Output #4

82

Output #8

Send system status via SMS to private dialer


91

Phone #1

93

Phone # 3

92

Phone #2

94

Phone # 4

6.2.1

Examples for Mode B

Activate external siren output:


Dial  wait for confirmation tone Enter Main code  Wait for command confirmation
tone to end  Push *11
Switch off output #5:
Dial  wait for confirmation tone Enter Main code  Wait for command confirmation
tone to end  Push #25

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TROUBLESHOOTING

This chapter describes failures displayed on the keypad, various problems that may be
encountered due to improper programming, and options for troubleshooting failures
that might occur due to incorrect installation and/or programming.

7.1

Restoring Master & Installer Codes

In case both codes are not available:


!

Disconnect mains.

Disconnect battery.

Wait 10 seconds and reconnect battery.

Wait for Clock Not Set to display.

Enter the default Master code (5555).

Set a new Master code (the former code is not valid anymore).

Connect mains.

Set time & date.

Note: After connecting power, the system enables access to the menu using the
default code (5555) for 30 seconds only. If access does not occur during this time, the
process needs to be repeated
The process is also useful for Installer code (Default code 1234), with the
exception of a code that starts with zero. In this case the code cannot be reset.

7.2

Faults Displayed on the LCD

In case of a fault, the red fault LED on the keypad blinks. The description of the fault
appears on the first line of the LCD Keypad at the right side. The faults are:
Fault
Clock Not Set
Low Battery

Low Voltage

Mains Fault

Description & Repair


Appears on first operation and when reconnecting after
power/battery failure. Set time & date
1. Make sure the battery fuse is intact.
2. Check battery charge voltage.
3. Wait 24 hours for recharging and recheck.
4. If the message stays on, replace battery.
Low PCB DC charge. Mostly occurs after long mains power failure
that causes the battery to get drained. Programming is
unavailable when this fault occurs. To repair: connect to mains
and replace battery if required.
No mains power. If other appliances around work, check the
systems electric socket and fuse. If ok connect mains and the
PCB AC fuse

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Fault
TAMPER 1
TAMPER 2
Zone Fault

KEYPAD NOT
CONNECTED

Phone Line Fault

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Description & Repair


Tamper 1 is open
Tamper 2 is open
1. In EOL protected zones: F - Cut, S - Short
2. In detectors wires: FL
- Cut, SH
- - Short
3. In wireless detectors: detectors tamper is open
No communication between the keypad and the PCB. Check the
following:
1. Disconnection between PCBs OUT and keypad.
2. Keypads voltage supply is lower than 13v. (verify that no more
than 8 keypads are connected)
3. Keypad fault - replace it.
4. PCB fault - replace it.
No dial tone is indicated. The system checks the phone line
constantly.

Note: Disconnect any appliance connected to the phone line during checking
Keypad X Fault

1. Check keypad X ID (if possible)


2. Check keypad X wiring
3. If ID and wiring is OK, disconnect the keypad and connect it as
close as possible (50 cm max.) to the system box. If the keypad
still out-of-order, consult PIMA support
Detec. Vol. Fault
Check for short in the detectors wires
Expander X Fault
Expanders X comm. or vol. connection fault
Expander X Tamper Expanders X tamper is open
Keypad X Tamper
Keypads X tamper is open
Other Keypad in use When more than one keypad is connected and one is being
programmed, the others will have this message on screen. This
message appears also when the system is being programmed
from a different source such as remote programming via
computer and telephone.
GSM-200 faults
GSM Unit Fault
Connection problem or fault in GSM-200 receiver
GSM Comm. Fault GSM-200 to MS1 connection problem
GSM Link Fault
Low reception or jamming in GSM channel
SIM Card Fault
No SIM card installed in GSM-200 or SIM card fault
GSM Com. Fault 2 GSM-200 to MS2 connection problem
Note: For further information on GSM-200 refer to the GSM-200 guide
Communication faults
W/L Unit Tamper
Wireless receivers tamper is opened or out-of-order. Check that
its cover is closed
Note: For further information on I/O-WN, refer to the I/O-WN guide
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MS. Com. Fault

SMS Com. Failure


Install SMS Unit
Network Fault
IO-R X Fault
IO-R X Tamper
IO-R X Voltage
Wireless Jamming
IO-8 X Voltage
Supervision:

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Keypads ID does not match programming


Failure to communicate with the MS including in test mode.
This fault appears if the HUNTER-PRO communicator cannot
transfer reports to MS. Possible reasons are incompatible protocol
or phone line failure.
Check the following:
! The telephone line is properly connected to the LINE
terminal blocks.
! In Communication menu (section. 5.4) the P for telephone
is programmed with +.
! At least one MS telephone number is programmed.
! Telephone account ID for MS is other than 0.
! Comm. format is compatible with the one used in the MS.
! Correct telephone numbers have been entered.
! If the system is connected to an extension of a private
switchboard a prefix has been programmed.
Communication failure between the system and the providers
SMS center
SMS-100 unit is not installed
Communication failure between the system and the PIMAnet card.
Fault in I/O-R relay expander
I/O-R tamper is open
Low voltage to I/O-R
Radio channel is jammed
Low voltage to I/O-8
Wireless detector ceased to send reports to the system

Note: If more than one fault occurs simultaneously they will be displayed one by one

7.3
7.3.1

Additional Faults
MS Comm. Fault

The system has preset to test all aspects of communication to MS:


7.3.2

 Technician code. All testing process will be displayed on the keypad.


MS Radio Fault

Make sure that:


1. The wiring between system and radio receiver is ok.
2. Radio account no. is other than 0.
3. Comm. format is compatible with the one used in the MS
4. The receivers antenna is intact, not bended and is attached vertically.
5. If the antenna is installed on a separate surface, check its wires.

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Private Dialer Fault

Make sure that:


1. The telephone line is properly connected to the LINE terminal blocks.
2. At least one private telephone number is programmed.
3. Correct telephone numbers have been entered
4. In Communication menu (section. 5.4) the P for telephone is programmed
with +.
5. In Communication/Private Dialer menu the parameters are programmed.
6. If the system is connected to an extension of a private switchboard a prefix has
been programmed.
Note: Disarming immediately after alarm will stop the dialer. To test the dialer, arm
the system and wait for dialing

7.3.4

Incoming Calls Fault

If the system does not receive calls, make sure that:


1. In Communication menu (section. 5.4) the P for telephone is programmed
with +.
2. The programmed number of rings exceeds its limit.
3. The telephone line is properly connected to the LINE terminal blocks.

7.3.5

Tamper

TAMPER 1: Tamper 1 is open.


TAMPER 2: Tamper 2 is open.

7.3.6

Auto-Arming & Auto-Arming by Partition Faults

Make sure that:


1. Auto-arming start time is programmed (see HUNTER-PRO 896 User guide).
2. System time is correct.
3. The desired partition is programmed as so.

7.3.7

Opening Zone Causes no Alarm

Make sure that:


1. The zone is neither temporarily nor permanently bypassed.
2. The zone is programmed to the desired responses (sirens, relay, etc.)
3. The zone is programmed to only one partition.
4. The detectors are in order and installed correctly.
5. Zone sensitivity is correct.
6. Zone conditioning is correct.
7. Zone no. of pulses is correct.
8. Zone is not programmed as soak zone.
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7.4.1
Name

81

MS Report Formats & Codes


Pulse Formats
Rate (pps)

ACK (Hz)

Error Control
Double Round

1400
Checksum
Ademco
Slow

10
Double Round
2300
Checksum

Double Round
1400
Checksum
Silent
Knight
Fast

14
Double Round
2300
Checksum

Double Round
Franklin

20

1400
Checksum

Franklin

20

2300
Double Round

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ID Event
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2

A
162
163
162
163
162
163
162
163
162
163
162
163
162
163
162
163
170
171
170
171
170
171
170
171
170
171
170
171
170
171
170
171
208
209
208
209
208
209
208
209
208
209
208
209

B
1
1
129
129
65
65
193
193
17
17
145
145
81
81
209
209
1
1
129
129
65
65
193
193
17
17
145
145
81
81
209
209
1
1
129
129
65
65
193
193
17
17
145
145

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Rate (pps)

ACK (Hz)

Error Control
Checksum

Universal
HighSpeed

20

2300

Double Round

Universal
HighSpeed

20

2300

Checksum

Double Round
Radionics

40

1400
Checksum

Double Round
Radionics

40

2300
Checksum

7.4.2
Name

ID Event
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2
3-1
3-2
4-1
4-2

A
208
209
208
209
82
83
82
83
82
83
82
83
120
121
120
121
120
121
120
121
120
121
120
121
120
121
120
121

B
81
81
209
209
17
17
145
145
81
81
209
209
1
1
129
129
65
65
193
193
17
17
145
145
81
81
209
209

ID Event

3-1

3-2

4-1

130

4-2

130

3-1

66

3-2

66

4-1

194

4-2

194

3-1

18

3-2

18

4-1

146

4-2

146

TMF Formats
Rate (pps)

ACK (Hz)

Error Control

Double Round
DTMF

1400

Checksum

2300

Double Round

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HUNTER-PRO 896 Installation Guide

Name

Rate (pps)

ACK (Hz)

83

Error Control

ID Event

3-1

82

3-2

82

4-1

210

4-2

210

230

1400

2300

21

Checksum

Contact
ID
PAF
NPAF

P/N 4410251 XX, en, B (Nov-2007)

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