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Lists of I/O Devices

and other Tables


Art.-No. 013 600
PC Control Software
for
WINDOWS NT 4.0
WINDOWS 2000
WINDOWS XP prof.

P03125-24-0G0-06

23.07.2002

Version 7.xx

WINMAG

I/O device lists

Contents
1.

List of I/O device types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

2.

List of defined alarm types and alarm reasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11


2.1
List of alarm types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.2
Table of alarm types and alarm reasons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

3.

SIAS commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

4.

SIAS variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

5.

SIAS operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

6.

SIAS controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

7.

List of supplied symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

8.

List of defined users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

9.

System protocol types directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

10.

I/O devicetype lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39


10.1
Connection of a FDC-664/616 to the IGIS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
10.2
Connection of a FDC-1016 to the IGIS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
10.3
Connection of a FDC-1024 to the IGIS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
10.4
Connection of the control unit 561-MB100/MB16/MB8/HB48 to the IGIS network . . . . . . 89
10.5
Connection of the control unit 561-MB100.10 to the IGIS-network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
10.6
Connection of the control unit EMC 561-MB256 to the IGIS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
10.7
Connection of the control unit 561-M99 to the IGIS network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
10.8
I/O device definition for MultiAccess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207
10.9
I/O device definition for Video connection Videv, Ernitec, Phillips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212
10.10 I/O device definition for video connection Vicrosoft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216
10.11 I/O device definition for Geutebrck Multiscope-connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226
10.12 I/O device definition for Geutebrck-Multiview-connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
10.13 I/O device definition for rescue routes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 233
10.14 I/O device definition for Esser 5008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240
10.15 I/O device definition Esser 5008 Essernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248
10.16 I/O device definition for Esser 800x Essernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255

11.

Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267

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I/O device lists

1.

List of I/O device types

The defined I/O types supplied are included in the WINMAG database WINMAG.MDB in the following lists:
I/O device types
=Name, ID, priority, state/line allocation, family
Defines
=State with name, function values and alarm reasons
In the I/O device types list, the following items are allocated to an I/O device:
- an internal ID
- a name
- a necessary control priority for the user
- a defines sentence per ID for every state
incl. state name, functional values , alarm reason for every function value
- a family ID

List of I/O device types (sorted as per family_id, without definitions):


ID
0
300000001
300000004
300000003
300000002
300000005
300000050
300000051
300000052
300000054
300000053
300000055
300000056
300000999
300002007
300002051
300009901
300009902
300009907
300009908
300009909
300009910
300009911
300009931
300009932
300009933
300009941
300010001
300010003
300010010
300010011
300010012
300010013
300010021
300010020
300011071
300010036
300010038
300010037
300010040
300010044
300011144
300010072
300010082

Familien_Id
0
300000001
300000001
300000001
300000002
300000002
300000050
300000051
300000052
300000053
300000053
300000055
300000056
300000999
300002007
300002051
300009901
300009902
300009907
300009908
300009909
300009910
300009911
300009931
300009931
300009931
300009941
300010001
300010003
300010010
300010011
300010012
300010013
300010020
300010020
300010036
300010036
300010036
300010036
300010040
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Variable
IGIS-Network
LAN Loop Net
Network
Network member
System network member
Calendar
Time process
no action
Variable switch
Variables
User changed
Dongle
Acoustic 8000 test
Number of zones M20
Remote port
Block lock sabotage M20/M99
Sabotage M20/M99
SUS area M20 / M99
Area information M20 / M99
Area acoustic M20 / M99
Area buzzer M20 / M99
Energy supply M20/M99
Group M20/M99
Group M20/M99 filter
Group sabotage M20/M99
Subscriber M20/M99
System sabotage MB100/16/8
Acoustic MB100/16/8
Energy supply MB100/16/8
Clock running MB100/16/8
Processor error MB100/16/8 M99/20
Printer state MB100/16/8
Switching device MB100.10
Switching device MB100/16
Main area MB100.10
Main area MB100/MB16
Main area MB100/MB16 filtered
Technical area100/MB16
Sub area MB100/MB16
Assault group MB100/16/8
Attack group MB100.10
Bolt switching group MB100/16/8
Group emergency exit MB100/16/8

Prioritt
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100
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ID
300011142
300011185
300010085
300010086
300010087
300010042
300011101
300011180
300010041
300010080
300010083
300011183
300010081
300010084
300010071
300010049
300011172
300010043
300011143
300010045
300010024
300010047
300010046
300010048
300011110
300010057
300011157
300011169
300010069
300010052
300011152
300011155
300010055
300010051
300011153
300010053
300011154
300010054
300011158
300011150
300011165
300011166
300011167
300011168
300010058
300010050
300011151
300010066
300010067
300010068
300010065
300010056
300010062
300010060
300011160
300010061
300010070
300010089
300010090
300010091
300010093

Familien_Id
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010048
300010048
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010050
300010060
300010060
300010060
300010060
300010070
300010089
300010090
300010091
300010092

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Group filtered MB100.10
Group fire MB100.10
Group fire MB100/16/8
Group gas detector MB100/16/8
Group heat detector MB100/16/8
Group intrusion gefiltert MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100.10
Group Intrusion MB100.10 without alarm
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group MB100/16/8 without Alarm
Group technic MB100/16/8
Group technical alarm MB100.10
Group video MB100/16/8
Group water detector MB100/16/8
Key management MB100/16/8
Radio transmission malfunction MB100/16
Riegelschaltgroup MB100.10
Sabotage group MB100/16/8
Tamper group MB100.10
TBS-alarm MB100/16/8
Technical group MB100/16/8
Wachtel-malfunction MB100/16/8
Wachtel-Message MB100/16/8
Analog input MB100/16/8
Analog-input MB100.10
Assault Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Attack Bus1-TN MB100.10
Bus1 fire MB100.10
Bus1 fire MB100/16/8
Bus1-addressing MB100/16/8
Bus1-adressing MB100.10
Bus1-alarm module MB100.10
Bus1-alarm module MB100/16/8
Bus1-control unit MB100/16/8
Bus1-door module 1 MB100.10
Bus1-door module 1 MB100/16/8
Bus1-door module 2 MB100.10
Bus1-door module 2 MB100/16/8
Bus1-member filtered MB100.10
Bus1-member MB100.10
Bus1-radio module MB100.10
Bus1-radio module MB100.10 2
Bus1-radio module MB100.10 3
Bus1-radio module MB100.10 4
Bus1-subscriber filtered MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Bus1-user interface MB100.10
Bus1-wireless module MB100/16/8 2
Bus1-wireless module MB100/16/8 3
Bus1-wireless module MB100/16/8 4
Bus1-wireless module MB100/16/8 Adr
Sabotage Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Assault Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Bus2-input module MB100.10
Sabotage Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Bus2-state subscriber
Participant IBUS MB100
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
Identkey (last received) 2 digits

Prioritt
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I/O device lists


ID
300010092
300010094
300025610
300025611
300025612
300025613
300025614
300025699
300025619
300025654
300025682
300025656
300025617
300025615
300025653
300025650
300025652
300025683
300025640
300025681
300025649
300025618
300025645
300025647
300025646
300025628
300025620
300025655
300025658
300025629
300025624
300025625
300025631
300025630
300025627
300025659
300025632
300025666
300025657
300025616
300025651
300025622
300025626
300025621
300025623
300025633
300025690
300025695
300066401
300066402
300066403
300066404
300066405
300066406
300066470
300066486
300066487
300066490
300066498
300066499

7
Familien_Id
300010092
300010092
300025610
300025611
300025612
300025613
300025614
300025614
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025615
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025616
300025623
300025633
300025690
300025695
300066401
300066402
300066403
300066404
300066405
300066406
300066470
300066486
300066487
300066490
300066498
300066499

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Identkey (last received) 4 digits
Identkey (last received) MB100.10
Sub area MB256
Energy supply M256
Subscriber IBUS MB256
Switching unit MB256
Main area MB256
Main area MB256 filtered
Assault group MB256
Bolt switching group MB256
Group emergency exit MB256
Group Fire MB256
Group intrusion filter MB256
Group intrusion MB256
Group key management MB256
Group MB256 without Alarm
Group OK MB256
Group technic MB256
Group technical alarm MB256
Group Video MB256
Radio malfunction MB256
Sabotage group MB256
TBS-Alarm MB256
Wachtel-malfunction MB256
Wachtel-message MB256
Activation input bus MB256
Address bus 1 MB256
Attack-input Bus MB256
Battery malfunction Bus MB256
Bolt switching contact bus MB256
Control panel off bus MB256
Control panle on bus MB256
Cover bus MB256
Cover contact bus MB256
Deactivation input bus MB256
External signal bus MB256
Hump/malfunction bus MB256
Input bus filtered MB256
Input Bus fire MB256
Input bus MB256
Input OK Bus MB256
Lock release bus 1 MB256
Opener contact bus MB256
Sabotage bus 1 MB256
Activation bus MB256
Programmable IGIS-output MB256
Input bus MB256 sperren neu
Start macro MB256
Acoustic BMC
Key safe
Energy supply BMC
Transmission BMC
Telephoneconnection BMC
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Control BMC
Alarm delay BMC
Fire control output A
Fire control output B
Sprinkler output BMC

Prioritt
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1000
3000
1000
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ID
300099900
300101602
300101603
300101612
300101613
300101614
300101615
300101621
300101645
300101682
300101681
300102401
300102403
300102402
300102421
300102420
300102404
300102405
300102406
300102407
300102408
300102409
300102410
300102411
300102412
300102413
300102423
300102424
300102425
300102426
300102441
300102442
300102422
300200001
300200017
300300001
300300002
300300003
300300101
300301001
300400001
300400011
300400301
300400002
300400003
300400302
300400100
300400101
300400110
300400111
300400303
300400304
300400316
300400305
300400306
300400307
300400315
300400400
300400410
300400420
300400430

Familien_Id
300099900
300101602
300101603
300101612
300101613
300101614
300101615
300101621
300101645
300101681
300101681
300102401
300102402
300102402
300102402
300102402
300102404
300102405
300102406
300102407
300102408
300102409
300102410
300102411
300102412
300102413
300102423
300102424
300102425
300102426
300102441
300102442
300102442
300200001
300200017
300300001
300300002
300300003
300300101
300301001
300400001
300400001
300400001
300400002
300400002
300400003
300400100
300400101
300400110
300400111
300400303
300400304
300400305
300400305
300400306
300400307
300400315
300400400
300400410
300400420
300400430

Meldepunkttypen_Name
States numeric
Control BMC1016
Collective indication BMC1016 ab V4.0
Acoustic BMC1016
Transmission BMC1016
Transmission 2 BMC1016
Key safe 1016
Fire control output BMC1016
Fire group BMC1016
Control module BMC1016
Fire detector BMC1016
Fire group BMC1024
Control module BMC1024
Fire detector BMC1024
Member Linear BMC1024
Member smoke BMC1024
Fire control output BMC1024
Extinguisher interface BMC1024
Input BMC1024
Transmission BMC1024
Transmission 2 BMC1024
Alarm delay BMC1024
Interface address BMC1024
Revision BMC1024
Summary display BMC1024
Subscriber2group BMC1024
RS-Bus output module (EA)BMC1024
RS-Bus input module (EA)BMC1024
Backplane-output BMC1024
Backplane-input BMC1024
Detector group BMC1024 V4..
Detector BMC1024 ab V4
Detector BMC1024 I/O-module
FCC2000 RS-Bus Card
FCC2000 RS-Bus Member
T bus-controller 925
T malfunction
T reference malfunction
T emergency exit control
T parallel tableau
Camera videomatrix
Camera videomatrix Videv
Geutebrck camera videocontrol
Monitor-sequence videomatrix
Monitor-sequence videomatrix Ernitec
Geutebrck Vicrosoft monitor
Alarm output videomatrix
Alarm reset Video
Alarm input videocontrol Ernitec
Alarm reset video Ernitec
Geutebrck Vicrosoft monitor group
Geutebrck Vicrosoft videosensor VS 30
Geutebrck Vicrosoft ProgModul VS40
Geutebrck Vicrosoft programming module
Geutebrck Vicrosoft input activity
Geutebrck Vicrosoft video alarm
Geutebrck Vicrosoft videosensor VS 40
Geutebrck Multiview
Geutebrck Viewer 1*1 - 6*6
Geutebrck Monitor Multiscope
Geutebrck camera telemetry

Prioritt
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I/O device lists


ID
300400440
300400500
300500001
300500002
300500801
300500802
300500803
300500804
300500805
300500806
300500807
300500808
300500809
300500821
300500810
300500820
300500815
300500814
300500818
300500817
300500812
300500811
300500816
300500819
300500813
300500851
300500852
300500853
300500854
300500855
300500856
300500857
300500858
300500859
300500871
300500860
300800001
300800022
300800002
300800003
300800004
300800005
300800006
300800007
300800008
300800009
300800010
300800014
300800015
300800011
300800016
300800013
300800012
300800017
300900001
300900091
300900093
300900092
300900094
300900002

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Familien_Id
300400440
300400500
300500001
300500002
300500801
300500802
300500803
300500804
300500805
300500806
300500807
300500808
300500809
300500810
300500810
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500851
300500852
300500853
300500854
300500855
300500856
300500857
300500858
300500859
300500860
300500860
300800001
300800002
300800002
300800003
300800004
300800005
300800006
300800007
300800008
300800009
300800010
300800010
300800010
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800012
300800012
300900001
300900001
300900001
300900001
300900001
300900002

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Geutebrck camera control
Geutebrck Event
Trend number
Trend switch
Panel state 5008
Power supply 5008
Micro module 5008
Remote panel 5008
Printer 5008
Loop card 5008
Coupler module 5008
Area 5008
Switchable output 5008
Fire 5008
Group 5008
Buzzer 5008
LED attack 5008
LED collective alarm 5008
LED collective failure 5008
LED Polizeinotruf 5008
LED revision 5008
LED run 5008
LED sabotage 5008
LED TDD-failure 5008
LED test 5008
Panel state 5008 ESSERNET
Netzteil 5008 ESSERNET
Mikromodul 5008 ESSERNET
Fernbedienfeld 5008 ESSERNET
Drucker 5008 ESSERNET
Loop card 5008 ESSERNET
Kopplermodul 5008 ESSERNET
Areas 5008 ESSERNET
Steuerbare Ausgnge 5008 ESSERNET
Brand 5008 Essernet
Gruppen 5008 ESSERNET
Panel mode 8000
Panel state 8000 reset
Panel state 8000
Panel malfunction 8000
Energy supply 8000
Acoustics 8000
Printer 8000
Alarm delay 8000
Transmission unit general 8000
Transmission unit 8000
Primary line 8000
Primary line 8000 only switching
Primary line 8000 without switching
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000 without switch
Group 8000
Control group 8000
Control group 8000 ohne Relaissteuerung
gent node
gent v3 node
gent v3 terminal node
gent v4 node
gent v4 terminal node
gent node printer

Prioritt
2000
100
100
100
1000
1000
1000
3000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
3000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
1000
1000
3000
1000
1000
3000
3000
3000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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ID
300900003
300900004
300900005
300900007
300900011
300900101
300900301
300900501
300900801
300901101
300901201
300902001
300910004
300910006
300910007
300910005
300910022
300910008
300910016
300910026
300910027
300910017
300910030
300910031
300910009
300910018
300910028
300910029
300910001
300910003
300910010
300910020
300910019
300910034
300910035
300910014
300910015
300910021
300910032
300910033
300910013
300910002
300910011
300910024
300910025
300910012
300910023
300920002
300920001
300920003
300999001
300999002
300999010
300999020
300999030
300999100
300999500
320002049
320004081
387654321

Familien_Id
300900003
300900004
300900005
300900007
300900011
300900101
300900301
300900501
300900801
300901101
300901201
300902001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300910001
300920001
300920001
300920001
300999001
300999002
300999010
300999020
300999030
300999100
300999500
320002049
320004081
387654321

Meldepunkttypen_Name
gent node PSU
gent node master alarms
gent node auxiliary relay
gent node alarm delay countdown
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent zone
gent group
gent command build
gent master sector
gent timeslot
gent delay block
gent sector
gent ACU
gent beam rx
gent beam tx
gent DAU
gent fe interface
gent flame
gent heat sensor
gent heat sensor with slave led
gent heat sensor with slave relay
gent heat/sounder
gent heat/sounder with slave led
gent heat/sounder with slave relay
gent interface
gent ionisation sensor
gent ionisation sensor with slave led
gent ionisation sensor with slave relay
gent loop device
gent MCP
gent mimic panel
gent optical sensor
gent optical sensor with mcp
gent optical sensor with mcp & led
gent optical sensor with mcp & relay
gent optical sensor with slave led
gent optical sensor with slave relay
gent optical/sounder
gent optical/sounder with slave led
gent optical/sounder with slave relay
gent repeat panel
gent sensor
gent sounder
gent strobe sounder
gent strobe voice sounder
gent t-breaker
gent voice sounder
gent input channel
gent loop io line
gent output channel
Access control output IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input
Access control output
Access control area
Access control door
Access Control key
FCC2000 RS-Bus member input
FCC2000 RS-Bus member output
Camera special

Prioritt
1000
2000
3000
1000
3000
3000
3000
2000
2000
3000
2000
2000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
1000
1000
1000
2000
1000
2000
1000
2000
2000
1000

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List of defined alarm types and alarm reasons

In WINMAG, you can define individual alarm types and allocated alarm reasons.
The alarm type (as superordinated category) defines the alarm type allocation stack and protocol into which a
message is entered. The alarm type is achieved by way of starting the program or by allocation of the alarm
reason. This allocation can be executed by way of starting the program or by way of allocation of the alarm
reason to the alarm type.
You can edit the list of alarm reasons and alarm types as required in the WINMAG database. You can allocate
a user-defined text to the system text.

2.1

List of alarm types


Id

Name

overview

Icon_id

Id

Name

233

17

test / revision

166

fire

159

18

reserved

233

intruder

160

19

reserved

233

trouble

169

20

user defined 20

169

access control

218

21

user defined 21

169

system

166

22

user defined 22

169

manual

251

23

user defined 23

169

tamper

249

24

user defined 24

169

attack

250

...

switch

229

29

user defined 29

169

10

WM

229

30

warning

169

11

time process

220

31

switch off general

169

12

key safe

218

32

under-trouble

169

13

video

163

33

output

169

14

escape door

218

34

information

169

15

BMS

228

10000

16

technical

160

not associated

Icon_id

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2.2

Table of alarm types and alarm reasons

Alarm type
Id

Name

Alarm reason
Id

Alarm reason name

overview

fire

fire alarm

fire

10

fire alarm single detection

fire

11

fire alarm detector group

fire

12

prealarm fire single detection

fire

13

prealarm fire detector group

fire

14

fault indication

fire

15

transmission

fire

16

fire key safe

fire

17

time is running

fire

18

smoke

fire

19

fire linear detector

fire

100

Alarm automatic detector

fire

101

Alarm automatic group

fire

102

Alarm manual detector

fire

103

Alarm manual group

fire

104

not existing

fire

105

off

fire

106

switch off

fire

107

switch on

fire

108

change detector

fire

109

triggering

intruder

intruder alarm

intruder

attack alarm

intruder

20

intruder alarm single detector

intruder

21

intruder alarm detector group

intruder

23

released

intruder

24

technical alarm

intruder

25

opening contact alarm

intruder

26

opening contact

intruder

27

fire alarm

intruder

28

bolt switching contact

intruder

29

pre alarm

fault

technical indication

fault

fault indication

fault

network error

fault

68

wireless malfunction

fault

190

LAN Loop netmessage

fault

191

LAN Loop rupture

I/O device lists

Alarm type
Id

Name

13

Alarm reason
Id

Alarm reason name

192

LAN Loop message

fault

access control

Indication by access control

access control

40

message

access control

41

door open

access control

42

malfunction

access control

43

alarm

access control

44

area empty

access control

45

attendance

access control

46

released

system

system indication

system

program indication

manual

99

manually released

tamper

22

tamper

tamper

62

tamper indication

attack

63

attack indication

switching

64

time interval alarm

switching

66

technical station

switching

90

Identkey

switching

91

disarmed

switching

92

armed

switching

93

external armed

switching

94

changed

switching

95

blocking

switching

96

off

10

WM

65

Wachtel-indication

10

WM

67

Wachtel-malfunction

11

time process

50

time

12

key safe

70

key management

12

key safe

71

Alarm

13

video

130

Video malfunction

13

video

131

Video alarm

13

video

132

off

13

video

133

on

14

escape door

140

emergency exit malfunction

14

escape door

141

emergency exit alarm

14

escape door

142

emergency exit offline

14

escape door

143

sabotage

14

escape door

144

emergency call

14

escape door

145

door released

15

BMS

150

BSMS malfunction

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Alarm type
Id

Name

Alarm reason
Id

15

BMS

151

alarm

16

technical

160

technical alarm

16

technical

161

technical malfunction

16

technical

162

technical message

16

technical

163

water detector malfunction

16

technical

164

malfunction alarm

16

technical

165

heat detector

16

technical

166

heat detector alarm

16

technical

167

gas detector

16

technical

168

gas detector alarm

16

technical

169

system malfunction

16

technical

170

malfunction

17

test/revision

30

Error message

17

test/revision

31

Input from fire alarm system

17

test/revision

32

Input from fire control system

17

test/revision

33

Input from PC switch control

17

test/revision

34

Output of fire control system

17

test/revision

110

Revision running

17

test/revision

111

Revision group running

17

test/revision

112

Revision group off

17

test/revision

113

Revision user

17

test/revision

114

inspection alarm

17

test/revision

115

diagnosis

17

test/revision

116

remote maintenance

17

test/revision

117

test

17

test/revision

118

test function

17

test/revision

119

test alarm

20

user defined 20

200

user defined 200

20

user defined 20

201

user defined 201

20

user defined 20

202

user defined 202

20

user defined 20

203

user defined 203

29

user defined 29

295

user defined 295

29

user defined 29

296

user defined 296

29

user defined 29

297

user defined 297

29

user defined 29

298

user defined 298

29

user defined 29

299

user defined 299

not fixed

1000

not fixed

10000

Alarm reason name

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SIAS commands

SIAS is a living language that is still growing. At the moment, you can use the following commands:

List of the defined SIAS commands:


ack

Acknowledge state

alarm_reason_counter (ID name)

Request counter status for alarm reason

alarm_type_counter (ID name)

Request counter status for alarm type

back_colour(R,G,B)

Defining program background colour with RGB colour


values

bell

Short acoustic signal

beep

Permanent sound until key activation

call (program,variable)

Call SIAS subprograms

cascade

Cascade WINMAG windows

cls

Clear screen, change page

confirm text

User yes/no interrogation dialog

dec variable (value )

Decremting of counter variable by value

delay (seconds)

Delay program execution seconds

disable net::obj_name:mp_name.state_name

Set state communication filter

dismanual text

Deactivate manual program

display string,variable

Display in text window

else

Start an alternative sequence of commands

enable net::obj_name:I/O_name.state_name
endif

Delete state communication filter


End of an if condition

endwhile

End of a while condition

exec(WXE-Programm,Prio[,Typ))

Start SIAS-Programm

exec_macro(WXM-Makro)

Start SIAS macro (background program)

exec_popup(WXE_Programm)

Start SIAS pop-up program (program on user interface)

exit

Exit program - one level

file_append(Dateiname, text/variable[+text/variable])

Attach a line to an existing file

file_write(Dateiname, text/variable[+text/variable])

Write a line into a new file

finish

Finish program - all levels

finish_at_change(prio)

End program only at change of triggered message

freeze_controls

Freeze input controls

get_fkt_nr(N::O:MP.Z)

Get function value number

get_integer Zeichenkette

Get numerical value of a string

get_mp_nr_from_id (netz::object, id_1, id_2 )

Determine I/O point number from ID1 and ID 2

get_obj_nr_from_id (netz, id_1, id_2)

Determine object number from ID1 and ID 2

getparameter

Interrogate messages received

gettime text

Queries time

hardcopy(No,printer)

Printout at graphics printer


No. from 0 - 3
0 = text, 1-3 = graphics
Printer from 1 -5

if(condition) then...[else ...] endif

Query conditional request

inc variable(value)

Increases numerical variable by value

comment

<<<{ in curly brackets }>>>

manual(program, priority, type, text [,message]) Activate manual program

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maximize

Maximize WINMAG program window

maximizeprog

Maximize text area

maximizepicture(No)

Maximize graphics window No.

message (text[+text,variable],No)

Output text in window in user-defined message


No. 1-10

minimize

Minimize WINMAG program window

newpage

New page after activation of entry key

on_close_exec_macro(Makro)

Starts SIAS macro when SIAS program closed

on_control_exec_macro(Var,Makro)

Starts SIAS macro when variable changed

on_open_exec_macro(Makro)

Starts SIAS macro, when SIAS program open

parent_var typ Name [=Init]

Variable from the parent program (with initial value)

prog_width (pixel)

Width of the text window in pixel with split screen

picture (number [,ID / name])

Display graphic window number (1-3)

popup_size(x,y)

Convert size of the pop-up

priority (value)

Edit program priority when running

prot_on

Switch on protocoling

prot_off

Switch off protocoling

put net::obj_name:mp_name.state_name=fkt_name
put (I/O_no) .state_name=fkt_name

Switch command at object

reply text

Input dialog with one response line

run (name,parameter)
report

Start external program


Input dialog with response window

search net::obj_name:mp_type_name.state_name=fkt_name
Search with output in single lines
seek net::obj_name:mp_type_name.state_name=fkt_name
Search with output in single lines
setpopup_size(x-pixel,y-pixel)

Set size of pop-up program

simulate net::obj_name:mp_name.state_name=fkt_name
Simulation of a control (inputs)
single_symbol_off

Display all symbols

single_symbol_on

Only display traced symbols

sound (file[,loop])

Running of a wav-file

stack_colour(R,G,B)

Change of the colour of a program item in the stack

system_var typ Name [=Init]

global variable from AUSBED

tile

Tiles WINMAG windows

[loop]

tilepicture

Tiles drawing into text and graphics

top

Goto top of page with output via window

url (Adresse)

Polling of an internet page

url_secure

Polling of a page supplied by MultiAccess

user_group(Gruppennr)

Function gives 1 if user member of group

var typ name [=Init]

Defines a variable [with initial value]

wait(minutes)

Minutes put into stack

waitforkey

Wait for user input (enter/arrow)

while (condition) ... endwhile

Execution loop until condition fulfilled

I/O device lists

4.

SIAS variables

In SIAS you can query and define a variety of variables. You can also create your own variables.
List of defined SIAS variables:
alarm_reason_name
alarm reason name
alarm_reason_nr
alarm reason number
alarm_type_name
alarm type name
alarm_type_nr
alarm type number
answer
answer string from reply/query
arrival
received date + time of message
day
current day in form dd.mm.yyyy
fkt_name
function value/name of the message
fkt_nr
function value/number of the message
found
number of found items in search/seek
mp_family_type_name
i/o device family type name of the message
mp_family_type_nr
i/o device family type number of the message
mp_id1
first identification number of the I/O device
mp_id2
second identification number of the I/O device
mp_name
i/o device - name of the message
mp_nr
i/o device number of the message
mp_text
i/o device additional text
mp_text1-5
i/o device specific text (1-5) are set from drivers
mp_type_name
i/o device type - name of the message
mp_type_nr
i/o device type - number of the message
net
network name of the message
net_nr
database ID of the network
offline
identification for program state online/offlinee
obj_name
object name of the message
obj_nr
database ID of the object
obj_type_name
end device type name of the object
obj_type_nr
end device type number of the object
picture_name1-3
name of picture displayed via picture
priority
priority of the program
response
response to gettime in format date
simulated
identification for programs with simulated start
state_name
state name of the message
state_nr
state number of the message
station_nr
station number - virtual address of the computer
time
current time in format hh.mm.ss
user
user name logged-in
user_group(1..32)
user group allocation, 1 = member of the group
user_priority
control priority of the user logged-one
weekday
weekday in system format (Mon, Tue, Wed,...Sun)

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Program internal variables:


In SIAS programs local variables of the types integer, string, date and time can be defined.
These variables are valid within a program.
The pertaining SIAS command is:
var typ name [= Initialization value]
Possible variable types are:
!
string (max. 256 characters)
!
integer
!
time
Variables defined in a parent program can be used in a called program. Declaration of the origin of the
variable must be stipulated.
Possible parent variable descriptions:
parent var typ name (= initialization value)

= variable from the program polled. The variable is


defined with var in the program polled.

system var typ name (initialization value)

= variable defined in system. The variables are


available as long as WINMAG is running, thus are
global.

Global variables:
Within WINMAG, global variables are available to all SIAS programs. Variable values can be queried and
edited.
There are two different types of global variables:
1. I/O device variables
Global variables can be created as I/O devices in the network configuration as System Object Variables.
These variables have an I/O device format with 8 states having 16 function values each. A special
characteristic of these I/O devices is that inputs (0-7) are automatically linked to the corresponding outputs.
Thus if a user selects a particular control functio of the variable then the value of the variable is immediately
set to the number of that control function.

2. System variables
Global variables defined in the SIAS triggering conditions.
These variables are defined with name and type in the AUSBED program via the SIAS command var.
In programs which use or edit variables, a variable is identified as global system variable via the SIAS
command system var.
The value of the variable remains saved even if the triggering condition is interrupted (e.g. when changing
to system configuration).

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SIAS operators

In SIAS if conditions you can you can compare arguments with different operators.
and

logical AND

or

logical OR

from...to

range query

()

brackets

<

less than

>

greater than

equality

<=

less-or-equal

>=

greater-or-equal

<>

Unequal

Example:
<<< if (alarm_reason_nr = 10 and user_priority >3000 and time from 08:00 to 17:00) then ...>>>
Executes actions if message relates to alarm reason 10, user priority is higher than 3000 and the time is
between 08.00 and 17.00 hours.

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6.

SIAS controls

SIAS controls are components that can be integrated in the SIAS syntax. Generally, these are small user
applications that can exchange data with the SIAS program.
After you have selected this option, you can select a component from the list of controls available.

Button

Button that can be displayed with any text or picture. A variable


can be allocated to the button which takes the value of the text in
the button when it has been clicked.
Variable type: string
Value:
text of selected button

Checkbox

Checkbox that, when activated, displays the time when it was last
checked. Once the checkbox has been checked the program
continues executing.
Variable type integer
Value
0=not selected, 1=selected

Combo

Combo box that displays a list of options. You can select an


option from this list
Variable type: string
Value:
selected text

Edit

Input field where you can enter free text.


Variable type: string
Value:
input

Listbox

List of alternative options from which the user can select one
Variable type: string
Value:
selected text

Yes No

Decision control for user programs. The user can only select one
of these buttons. A variable can be allocated which contains the
text of the button chosen.
Variable type: string
Value:
Text on selected button

All control selections can be transferred to WINMAG via variable data that can be individually evaluated.
You can configure controls via the Properties menu (e.g. fonts, highlighting colour, allocated texts,
selection lists, click behaviour, ...). This can be found by right-clicking on the control.

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Customized Controls
You can also create your own controls e.g. using Visual Basic or Visual C.
To enable WINMAG to use these controls,
@ the name must include SIAS at arbitrary position, e.g. SIASYesNoControl
@ they must be registered at the computer (regvr32, see also 7.2.2.3.1)
@ the necessary DLLs must be installed.
The communication between the control and the SIAS program occurs by predetermined variables.
Event:
SetVariable
OK
in Code:

VariableName
as string
Value
as string
without parameter
RaiseEvent OK

For the action control a property-page should be created with the parameters:
Frozen
InputOK
Variablenname

boolean
boolean

Detrouble False
Detrouble False

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7.

List of supplied symbols

Approximately 600 symbols for fire, intrusion, access control, network, objects and general symbols are
supplied with WINMAG.
The symbols are always based on an I/O device type description. A specific picture can be allocated to any
function value within a state. Such a picture is called a layer. Layers are included in the WINMAG Layer
subdirectory. You can apply any drawing program to edit layers or add to layers.
It is possible to create some symbols or to adapt the symbols supplied to your own requirements.
A new symbol description includes:
- Entry in the Symbols list (includes name, I/O device type allocation and the symbol ID)
- Enter layer pictures in the SymbolLayer table with ID, picture name (path to picture not
required if entry is executed in the standard directory Layer), state number and function value number
- Allocation of Symbollayer to Symbole in the Symboldefinition table.
symbol_id
30000121
300000000
300000010
300000011
300000012
300000013
300000014
300000020
300000021
300000022
300000023
300000024
300000050
300000051
300000052
300000053
300000060
300000061
300000062
300000063
300000080
300000081
300000082
300000083
300000090
300000091
300000092
300000100
300000101
300000110
300000120
300000121
300000122
300000900
300000901
300000910
300000911
300000920
300001000
300001001
300001002
300001003
300001010
300001011
300001012
300001020

name
300000000
Transparent
PIR housing MB100
PIR housing MB100 Bus 1
PIR housing MB256
PIR housing MB256 Bus
PIR housing MB100 Bus 2
PIR SCM MB100
PIR SCM MB100 Bus 1
PIR SCM MB256
PIR SCM MB256 Bus
PIR SCM MB100 Bus 2
PIR (beam) MB100
PIR (beam) MB100 Bus 1
PIR (beam) MB256
PIR (beam) MB256 Bus
Door MB100 group
Door MB100 Bus 1
Door MB256 group
Door MB256 Bus 1
Door vertical MB100 group
Door vertical MB100 Bus 1
Door vertical MB256 group
Door vertical MB256 Bus 1
Main area lock MB100
Sub area lock MB100
Main area lock MB256
Light (IGIS-output)
Light 2(IGIS-output)
Participant IGIS
Net
Loop-Netz
Loop-Netz arrow
Control unit MB100/MB16
Control unit MB100/MB16 tamper
Control unit MB256
Control unit MB256 tamper
Block lock M20/M99
Armed/disarmed MB100/MB16
Armed/disarmed MB100/MB16
Armed/disarmed M99/M20
Armed/disarmed UB MB100/MB16
Armed/disarmed HB MB256
Armed/disarmed UB MB256
Armed/disarmed HB MB256
Bus 1 addressing MB100/16/8

meldepunkttypen_id

0
300025615
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010060
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010060
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010036
300010040
300025614
300010090
300010090
300000002
300000001
300000004
300000004
300010020
300010020
300025613
300025613
300009901
300010036
300010036
300009907
300010040
300025614
300025610
300025614
300010052

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Variable
Group intrusion MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Main area MB100/MB16
Sub area MB100/MB16
Main area MB256
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
Network member
IGIS-Network
LAN Loop Net
LAN Loop Net
Switching device MB100/16
Switching device MB100/16
Switching unit MB256
Switching unit MB256
Block lock tamper M20/M99
Main area MB100/MB16
Main area MB100/MB16
SUS area M20 / M99
Sub area MB100/MB16
Main area MB256
Sub area MB256
Main area MB256
Bus1-addressing MB100/16/8

I/O device lists

symbol_id
300001021
300001025
300001026
300001028
300001035
300001050
300001051
300001052
300001053
300001060
300001061
300001062
300001063
300001070
300001071
300001072
300001073
300001080
300001081
300001082
300001083
300001084
300001085
300001086
300001087
300001088
300001089
300001090
300001091
300001092
300001093
300001094
300001095
300001100
300001120
300001130
300001132
300001140
300001141
300001142
300001143
300001144
300001145
300001146
300001147
300001148
300001150
300001160
300001170
300001171
300001175
300001180
300001190
300001200
300001201
300001202
300001203
300001205
300001206
300001207
300001210
300001211
300001212

23

name
Bus addressing MB256
Bus 1 tamper MB100/16/8
Bus tamper MB256
Bus arming MB256
Bus cover MB256
Window surv. MB100/16/8 group
Window surv. MB100 Bus 1 vertical
Window surv. MB256 group vertical
Window surv. MB256 Bus 1 vertical
Window surv. MB100 group
Window surv. MB100 Bus 1
Window surv. MB256 group
Window surv. MB256 Bus 1
Window view MB100 group
Window view MB100 Bus 1
Window view MB256 group
Window view MB256 Bus 1
UEM attack detector MB100
UEM attack detector MB100 Bus 1
UEM attack detector MB256
UEM attack detector MB256 Bus 1
Attack detector MB100
Attack detector RE MB100
Attack detector GS MB100
Attack detector MB256
Attack detector RE MB256
Attack detector GS MB256
Attack detector MB100 Bus1
Attack detector RE MB100 Bus1
Attack detector GS MB100 Bus1
Attack detector MB100 Bus2
Attack detector RE MB100 Bus2
Attack detector GS MB100 Bus2
Door_L door contact
SCHALT_G
Colored area MB100
Farbflaeche MB256
MK magnetic contact MB100
MK magnetic contact MB100 Bus 1
MK magnetic contact MB256
MK magnetic contact MB256 Bus 1
MK magnetic contact MB100 Bus 2
MK magnetic contact MB100 filtered
MK magnetic contact MB256 filtered
MK magn. detector MB100 without
MK magn. contact MB256 without
Frame group intrusion Alarm
Water detector MB100
MSR MB100
MSR MB100
Manual fire detector MB100
Moiree group MB100
Thermometer MB100
Door view MB100
Door view MB100 Bus 1
Door view MB256
Door view MB256 Bus 1
Tamper-S
Tamper-S Bus1
Tamper-S Bus2
Tamper MB100 RE
Tamper MB256 RE
Tamper MB100 RE Bus1

meldepunkttypen_id

300025620
300010051
300025621
300025623
300025630
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010044
300010044
300010044
300025619
300025619
300025619
300010057
300010057
300010057
300010062
300010062
300010062
300010041
300010041
300010041
300025615
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010060
300010042
300025617
300010080
300025650
300010041
300010084
300010085
300010050
300010085
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010043
300010056
300010061
300010043
300025618
300010056

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Address bus 1 MB256
Bus1-control unit MB100/16/8
Tamper bus 1 MB256
Activation bus MB256
Cover contact bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Assault group MB100/16/8
Assault group MB100/16/8
Assault group MB100/16/8
Assault group MB256
Assault group MB256
Assault group MB256
Assault Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Assault Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Assault Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Assault Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Assault Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Assault Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Group intrusion filtered MB100/16/8
Group intrusion filter MB256
Group MB100/16/8 without Alarm
Group MB256 without Alarm
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group water detector MB100/16/8
Group fire MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group fire MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Tamper group MB100/16/8
Tamper Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Tamper Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Tamper group MB100/16/8
Tamper group MB256
Tamper Bus1-TN MB100/16/8

WINMAG

24

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300001213
300001215
300001216
300001217
300001218
300001220
300001221
300001222
300001230
300001231
300001232
300001300
300001301
300001302
300001303
300001310
300001311
300001312
300001313
300001320
300001330
300001331
300001332
300001333
300001340
300001341
300001342
300001343
300001350
300001351
300001352
300001353
300001360
300001361
300001362
300001363
300001365
300001366
300001368
300001369
300001370
300001371
300001372
300001373
300001378
300001379
300001380
300001381
300001382
300001383
300001384
300001385
300001386
300001387
300001388
300001389
300001390
300001391
300001392
300001393
300001400
300001401
300001402
300001403

Tamper MB100 RE Bus2


Tamper MB100 VT
Tamper MB256 VT
Tamper MB100 VT Bus1
Tamper MB100 VT Bus2
WM MB100
WM MB100 trouble
Radio system trouble MB100
WM MB256
WM MB256 trouble
Radio system trouble MB256
ADG alarm glass MB100
ADG alarm glass MB100 Bus 1
ADG alarm glass MB256
ADG alarm glass MB256 Bus 1
BM picture detector MB100
BM picture detector MB100 Bus 1
BM picture detector MB256
BM picture detector MB256 Bus 1
SM block lock intrusion
DM pressure detector MB100
DM pressure detector MB100 Bus 1
DM pressure detector MB256
DM pressure detector MB256 Bus 1
FK trip wire contact MB100
FK trip wire contact MB100 Bus 1
FK trip wire contact MB256
FK trip wire contact MB256 Bus 1
FUE surface protection MB100
FUE surface protection MB100 Bus 1
FUE surface protect MB256
FUE surface protection MB256 Bus 1
GM Glass breakage detector MB100
GM glass breakage detector MB100
GM glass breakage detector MB256
GM glass breakage sensor MB256 Bus
GS memory-aided switching device
GV memory-aided locking door group
IM Infrared-detector MB100 B2
IM Infrared-detector MB100 Filt
IM Infrared-detector MB100
IM Infrared-detector MB100 B1
IM Infrared-detector MB256
IM infrared-detector MB256 Bus
IM45 Infrared-detector MB100 B2
IM45 Infrared-detector MB100 F
IM45 Infrared-detector intrusion
IM45 Infrared-detector intrusion
IM45 Infrared-detector intrusion
IM45 infrared-detector B1
IM90 Infrared-detector MB100 B2
IM90 Infrared-detector intrusion
IM90 Infrared-detector MB100 F
IM90 Infrared-detector MB100 B1
IM90 Infrared-detector MB256
IM90 infrared-detector MB256 Bus
KFM capacity field MB100
KFM capacity field MB100 Bus 1
KFM capacity field MB256
KFM capacity field MB256
KS seismic detector MB100
KS seismic detector MB100 Bus 1
KS seismic detector MB256
KS seismic detector MB256 Bus 1

300010061
300010043
300025618
300010056
300010061
300010046
300010047
300010049
300025646
300025647
300025649
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300009901
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010041
300010060
300010042
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010060
300010042
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010060
300010041
300010042
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Tamper Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Tamper group MB100/16/8
Tamper group MB256
Tamper Bus1-TN MB100/16/8
Tamper Bus2-TN MB100/16/8
Wachtel-Message MB100/16/8
Wachtel-malfunction MB100/16/8
Radio transmission malf. MB100/16
Wachtel-message MB256
Wachtel-malfunction MB256
Radio malfunction MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Block lock tamper M20/M99
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Group intrusion filtered MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Group intrusion filtered MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion filtered MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256

I/O device lists

25

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300001405
300001407
300001410
300001411
300001412
300001413
300001415
300001417
300001420
300001421
300001422
300001423
300001430
300001431
300001432
300001433
300001435
300001436
300001437
300001440
300001441
300001442
300001443
300001450
300001451
300001452
300001453
300001460
300001461
300001462
300001463
300001470
300001471
300001472
300001473
300001480
300001481
300001482
300001483
300001490
300001491
300001492
300001493
300001500
300001501
300001502
300001503
300001510
300001511
300001512
300001513
300001520
300001521
300001522
300001523
300001525
300001526
300001527
300001528
300001530
300001531
300001532
300001534

KS 90 seismic detector MB100


KS 90 seismic detector MB256
MM micro waves-detector MB100.
MM micro waves-detector Bus1
MM micro waves-detector 256
MM micro waves-detector B 1
MM vertical.micro waves-detector
MM vertical.micro waves-detector
MS micro waves-barrier MB100
MS micro waves-barrier MB100 Bus 1
MS micro waves-barrier MB256
MS micro waves-barrier MB256 Bus 1
OK opening contact MB100
OK opening contact MB100 Bus 1
OK opening contact MB256
OK opening contact MB256 Bus 1
OK opening contact MB256
OK opening contact Bus MB256
OK opening contact MB256 RE
PK reciprocate contact MB100
PK reciprocate contact MB100 Bus 1
PK reciprocate contact MB256
PK reciprocate contact MB256 Bus 1
SA Signal acoustic MB100
SA Signal acoustic MB100 Bus 1
SA Signal acoustic MB256
SA Signal acoustic MB256 Bus 1
SO Signal optic MB100
SO Signal optic MB100 Bus 1
SO Signal optic MB256
SO Signal optic MB256 Bus 1
SK face plate contact MB100
SK face plate contact MB100 Bus 1
SK face plate contact MB256
SK face plate contact MB256 Bus 1
UM superaudio-detector MB100.
UM superaudio-motion detector Bus1
UM superaudio-motion detector MB256
UM superaudio-motion detector B 1
VK vibration contact MB100
VK vibration contact MB100 Bus 1
VK vibration contact MB256
VK vibration contact MB256 Bus 1
HFS high frequency barrier MB100
HFS high frequency barrier MB100 Bus
HFS high frequency barrier MB256
HFS high frequency barrier MB256 B1
LS light barrier MB100
LS light barrier MB100 Bus 1
LS light barrier MB256
LS light barrier MB256 Bus 1
LED group MB100
LED group MB100 Bus 1
LED group MB256
LED MB256 Bus 1
LED MB100 group
LED MB100 Bus 1
LED MB256 group
LED MB256 Bus 1
Video group MB100
Video Bus1 MB100
Video group MB256
Video MB100

300010041
300025615
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300025615
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300025652
300025651
300025652
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300025616
300010041
300010050
300025615
300010081

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group OK MB256
Input OK Bus MB256
Group OK MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Input bus MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group video MB100/16/8

WINMAG

26

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300001536
300001540
300001541
300001542
300001544
300001546
300001554
300001556
300001560
300001562
300001570
300001572
300001580
300001582
300001584
300001590
300001600
300001610
300001620
300001740
300001741
300001742
300001750
300001751
300001760
300001761
300001770
300001780
300002000
300002001
300002002
300002003
300002004
300002006
300002007
300002008
300002009
300002010
300002011
300002012
300002013
300002020
300002021
300002022
300002023
300002030
300002040
300002041
300002042
300002050
300002051
300002052
300002060
300002061
300002062
300002070
300002071
300002072
300002080
300002081
300002082
300002090
300002091
300002092

Video MB256
Video 45 group MB100
Video 45 Bus1 MB100
Video 45 group MB256
Video 45 MB100
Video 45 MB256
Emergency exit MB100
Emergency exit MB256
Contact group MB100
Contact group MB256
Wireless detector group MB100
Wireless detector group MB256
Text group MB100
Text group MB256
Text group 5008
Start macro MB256 LED green
Input analog MB100/MB16 intrusion
Control pad MB100/MB16 Bus 2
Member state databus
MK magnetic contact group M99
MK magnetic contact Bus M99
MK magnetic contact group M99
PIR detector group M99
PIR detector Bus M99
Door group M99
Door Bus M99
Door vertical group M99
Tamper-S group M99
Control fire detection unit (664)
Fire detection unit (BHE)
Acoustic signal BMC
Fire brigade key box
Transmission BMC
Acoustic BMC 1016
FSK fire brigade key box
Transmission BMC1016
Transmission BMC1024
M_group firedetector group (rectangle)
Fire detector group (Alarm-frame)
Fire detector group BMC1024
Fire detector group BMC1016
B_detector fire detector MEI
Fire detector MEI (alarm-frame)
Fire det. single BMC1024 (rectangle)
Fire detector single BMC101
HAND fire-breakglass Mei
BHMD_BM fire-breakglass MEI
Glass breakage detector BMC1024
Break glass detector BMC1016
BHMD_MG fire-breakglass group
Glass breakage group BMC1024
Break glass group BMC1016
Differential-heat detector MEI
Differential heat detector MEI 1024
Differential heat detector MEI 1016
Differential-heat detector group
Differential heat detector group 1024
Differential heat detector group 1016
Ionisations-smoke detector MEI
Ionisation smoke detector MEI 1024
Ionisation smoke detector MEI 1016
Ionisations-smoke detector group
Ionisation smoke detector group 1024
Ionisation smoke detector group 1016

300025681
300010041
300010050
300025615
300010081
300025681
300010082
300025682
300010041
300025615
300010041
300025615
300010041
300025615
300500810
300025695
300010048
300010060
300010070
300009931
300009941
300009932
300009931
300009941
300009931
300009941
300009933
300009931
300066486
300066486
300066401
300066402
300066404
300101612
300101615
300101613
300102407
300066406
300066406
300102401
300101645
300066470
300066470
300102402
300101681
300066470
300066470
300102402
300101681
300066406
300102401
300101645
300066470
300102402
300101681
300066406
300102401
300101645
300066470
300102402
300101681
300066406
300102401
300101645

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Group Video MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Bus1-subscriber MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group video MB100/16/8
Group Video MB256
Group emergency exit MB100/16/8
Group emergency exit MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Group 5008
Start macro MB256
Analog input MB100/16/8
Bus2-input modul MB100/16/8
Bus2-state subscriber
Group M20/M99
Subscriber M20/M99
Group M20/M99 filter
Group M20/M99
Subscriber M20/M99
Group M20/M99
Subscriber M20/M99
Group sabotage M20/M99
Group M20/M99
Control BMC
Control BMC
Acoustic BMC
Key safe
Transmission BMC
Acoustic BMC1016
Key safe 1016
Transmission BMC1016
Transmission BMC1024
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC1024
Fire group BMC1016
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire detector BMC1016
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire detector BMC1016
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC1024
Fire group BMC1016
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire detector BMC1016
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC1024
Fire group BMC1016
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire detector BMC1016
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC1024
Fire group BMC1016

I/O device lists

27

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300002100
300002110
300002120
300002121
300002130
300002131
300002140
300002141
300002142
300002150
300002151
300002152
300002160
300002170
300002180
300002181
300002190
300002191
300002192
300002290
300002300
300002310
300002311
300002320
300002500
300002501
300002502
300002510
300002520
300002521
300002530
300002540
300002550
300002580
300002590
300002595
300002596
300002600
300002601
300002610
300002611
300002620
300002621
300003000
300003005
300003010
300003030
300003060
300003061
300003070
300003071
300003080
300003090
300003110
300003120
300003520
300003560
300003561
300003562
300004000
300004001
300004006
300004010

Infrared flame detector MEI


Infrared flame detector group
Maximal-heat detector MEI
Maximum heat detector MEI 1024
Maximal-heat detector group
Maximum heat detector group 1024
Optical smoke detector MEI
Optical smoke detector MEI 1024
Optical smoke detector MEI 1016
Optical smoke detector group
Optiacal smoke detector group 1024
Optical smoke detector group 1016
Ultraviolett-smoke detector MEI
Ultraviolett-smoke detector group
LED_BM MEI
LED MEI 1024
MSR MEI
MSR MEI 1024
MSR group 1024
Control unit MEI
Alarm delay BMC 616/664
Fire control output A BMC 616/664
Fire control output B BMC 616/664
Extinguisher contr. system BMC
Control fire detection unit (1024)
Fire detection unit (1024 BHE)
Control fire detection unit (1016)
VERDEE fire detector MEI (star
Control unit BMC1024
Control unit BMC1016
Output channel BMC1024
Extinguisher interface BMC1024
Input channel BMC1024
Alarm delay BMC1024
Interface card BMC1024
Backplane input BMC1024
Backplane output BMC1024
Summary display BMC1024
Summary display BMC664/616
RS-Bus input modul BMC1024
RS-Bus input modul BMC1024 LED
RS-Bus output modul BMC1024
RS-Bus output modul BMC1024 LED
EV energy supply MB16/MB100
EV energy supply M20/M99
EV energy supply MB256
EV energy supply BMC
Loudspeaker
Loudspeaker M20/99
Flashlight
Flashlight M20/99
Printer trouble MB100/256
Buzzer MB8 / MB16 / MB100
Clock running
Processor trouble MB256/16/8 M99/20
Switch group intrusion
Armed/disarmed HB MB100 text
Armed/disarmed UB MB100 text
armed/disarmed HB MB256 text
Door access control
Door access control big
Door access control vertical
Bar access control

300066470
300066406
300066470
300102402
300066406
300102401
300066470
300102402
300101681
300066406
300102401
300101645
300066470
300066406
300066470
300102402
300066470
300102402
300102441
300066470
300066487
300066490
300066498
300066499
300102411
300102411
300101602
300066470
300102403
300101682
300102404
300102405
300102406
300102409
300102410
300102426
300102425
300102412
300066486
300102424
300102424
300102423
300102423
300010010
300009911
300025611
300066403
300010001
300009902
300010001
300009902
300010013
300010003
300010011
300010012
300010041
300010036
300010040
300025614
300999100
300999100
300999100
300999100

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC1024
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire detector BMC1016
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire group BMC1024
Fire group BMC1016
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC1024
Detector group BMC1024 V4..
Fire detector BMC616/664
Alarm delay BMC
Fire control output A
Fire control output B
Sprinkler output BMC
Revision BMC1024
Revision BMC1024
Control BMC1016
Fire detector BMC616/664
Control module BMC1024
Control module BMC1016
Fire control output BMC1024
Extinguisher interface BMC1024
Input BMC1024
Alarm delay BMC1024
Interface address BMC1024
Backplane-input BMC1024
Backplane-output BMC1024
Summary display BMC1024
Control BMC
RS-Bus input module (EA)BMC1024
RS-Bus input module (EA)BMC1024
RS-Bus output module (EA)BMC1024
RS-Bus output module (EA)BMC1024
Energy supply MB100/16/8
Energy supply M20/M99
Energy supply M256
Energy supply BMC
System tamper MB100/16/8
Tamper M20/M99
System tamper MB100/16/8
Tamper M20/M99
Printer state MB100/16/8
Acoustic MB100/16/8
Clock running MB100/16/8
Processor error MB100/16/8 M99/20
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Main area MB100/MB16
Sub area MB100/MB16
Main area MB256
Access control door
Access control door
Access control door
Access control door

WINMAG

28

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300004020
300004021
300004022
300004030
300004031
300004032
300004033
300004034
300004035
300004036
300004040
300004048
300004049
300004050
300004051
300004052
300004053
300004054
300004055
300004056
300004057
300004058
300004059
300004060
300004061
300004062
300004063
300004064
300004065
300004066
300004067
300004068
300004069
300004070
300004071
300004072
300004080
300004081
300004100
300004101
300004110
300004111
300004120
300004121
300004122
300004990
300004991
300005000
300005001
300005002
300005003
300005004
300005005
300005006
300005007
300005008
300005009
300005010
300005011
300005015
300005016
300005017
300005018
300005020

Access control door state


Access control door release
Access control door lock
Access control door released
Access control door locked
Access control door code
Access control door no card
Access control door time
Access control door error
Access control door state
Access control reader
Access control input LED grey-red
Access control input LED grey-green
Access control input LED green
Access control input LED yellow
Access control input LED red
Access control input rect.
Access control input contact
Access control input door
Access control input arrow green
Access control input arrow blue
Access control input arrow red
Access control input arrow grey-green
Access control output LED green
Access control output LED yellow
Access control output LED red
Access control output rect.
Access control output contact
Access control output door
Access control output arrow green
Access control output arrow blue
Access control output arrow red
Access control output LED grey-green
Access control output LED grey-red
Access control output arrow greyAccess control output arrow grey-red
Access area (2-digits)
Access area (4-digits)
Access control reader contactless
AC control reader contactless w/o
Access contr reader
AC control reader +keyb. without TZLA
Access Control key rectangle
Access Control key cross
Access Control key missing (empty)
Switch variable point white
Switch variable point grey
Arrow horizontal variable
Arrow vertical variable
Dongle
Revision Variable
Variable numeric (3-6)
Switch green red
Switch grey green
Variable numeric(7-8)
Variable numeric (4-1)
Variable numeric (4-1)zero 2/3 moved
Arrow horizontal IGIS-output
Arrow vertical IGIS-output
Arrow horizontal intrusion red
Arrow vertical intrusion red
Arrow horizontal intrusion green
Arrow vertical intrusion green
Arrow horizontal fire-group

300999001
300999001
300999001
300999002
300999002
300999002
300999002
300999002
300999002
300999002
300999100
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999010
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999020
300999030
300999030
300999100
300999100
300999100
300999100
300999500
300999500
300999500
300000054
300000054
300000053
300000053
300000056
300000053
300000053
300000054
300000054
300000053
300000053
300000053
300010090
300010090
300010041
300010041
300010041
300010041
300066406

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Access control output IGIS
Access control output IGIS
Access control output IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control input IGIS
Access control door
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control input
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control output
Access control area
Access control area
Access control door
Access control door
Access control door
Access control door
Access Control key
Access Control key
Access Control key
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variables
Variables
Dongle
Variables
Variables
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variables
Variables
Variables
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Fire group BMC616/664

I/O device lists

symbol_id
300005021
300005022
300005023
300005030
300005031
300005032
300005033
300005034
300005035
300005036
300005037
300005038
300005039
300005040
300005049
300005050
300005051
300005052
300005053
300005054
300005055
300005056
300005057
300005058
300005059
300005060
300005061
300005062
300005063
300005064
300005065
300005066
300005067
300005068
300005069
300005070
300005071
300005072
300005073
300005074
300005075
300005076
300005077
300005078
300005079
300005080
300005081
300005082
300005083
300005084
300005085
300005086
300005087
300005088
300005089
300005090
300005091
300005092
300005093
300005094
300005095
300005096
300005097

29

name
Arrow vertical fire-group
Arrow horizontal fire group 1024
Arrow vertical fire-group 1024
Arrow horizontal fire detector
Arrow vertical fire detector
Arrow horizontal fire deterctor 1024
Arrow vertical fire detector 1024
Arrow horizontal 8000
Arrow vertical 8000
Arrow horizontal 5008
Arrow vertical 5008
Arrow horizontal 5008 Essernet
Arrow vertical 5008 Essernet
Programmable IGIS-output
Legend 3
Switch variable arrow right
Switch variable arrow left
Switch variable arrow up
Switch variable arrow down
Switch variable arrow ru
Switch variable arrow rd
Switch variable arrow lu
Switch variable arrow ld
Switch variable change picture
Switch variable macro
Switch variable Popup
Switch variable Bild back
Switch variable Bild detail
Switch variable legend english
Switch variable legend
Switch variable Internet
Switch variable factory
Switch variable Grundriss
Switch variable installer
Switch variable frame
Switch variable traffic light
Switch variable 1
Switch variable 2
Switch variable 3
Switch variable 4
Switch variable 5
Switch variable 6
Switch variable help
Switch variable net
Switch variable video
Switch variable Legend 2
Switch variable Internet-WINMAG
Switch variable Internet-camera
Switch variable overview
Switch variable info
Switch variable back
Switch variable detail
Switch variable help
Switch variable UG2
Switch variable UG1
Switch variable EG
Switch variable OG1
Switch variable OG2
Switch variable OG3
Switch variable OG4
Switch variable OG5
Switch variable fire
Switch variable intrusion

meldepunkttypen_id

300066406
300102441
300066406
300066470
300066470
300102442
300102442
300800011
300800011
300500810
300500810
300500860
300500860
300025633
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Fire group BMC616/664
Detector group BMC1024 V4..
Fire group BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Fire detector BMC616/664
Detector BMC1024 ab V4
Detector BMC1024 ab V4
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Group 5008
Group 5008
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Programmable IGIS-output MB256
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch

WINMAG

30

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300005098
300005099
300005100
300005101
300005102
300005103
300005104
300005105
300005106
300005110
300005111
300005112
300005113
300005114
300005115
300005116
300005120
300005130
300005131
300005132
300005133
300005134
300005150
300005151
300005152
300005160
300005161
300005162
300005170
300005180
300005190
300005192
300005194
300005200
300005201
300006001
300006002
300006010
300006650
300006651
300006652
300006660
300006670
300006672
300006680
300300100
300300101
300300102
300300103
300300110
300300112
300301001
300301002
300400000
300400001
300400002
300400003
300400004
300400005
300400006
300400007
300400008
300400009
300400010

Switch variable technic


Switch variable access
Text auto/manual IGIS-output
LED IGIS-output yellow
LED IGIS output red
Video IGIS output
IGIS output arrow green
IGIS output arrow blue
IGIS output arrow red
GW Guardwire MB 100
LED IGIS-input yellow
LED IGIS input red
Video IGIS input
IGIS-Input arrow green
IGIS-Input arrow blue
IGIS-Input arrow red
GW Guardwire MB256
Switch variable SMS
Switch variable back Lupe
Switch variable detail Lupe
Switch variable jump Lupe
Switch variable user interface
LED calendar yellow
LED calendar green
Hook calendar
LED time process yellow
LED time process green
Hook time process
LED no action
Hook 0/0
Identkey-ID
Identkey-ID 2-digits
Identkey-ID 4-digits
Switch variable alarm
Switch variable error
No action traffic light
No action LED
Change user
Dog (area MB16/MB100)
Dog (group MB100)
Dog (area MB256)
Frame group MB100
Girl (area MB16/MB100)
Girl (area MB256)
Black area armed/disarmed MB100
Emergency exit BusController
Emergency exit symbol
Emergency exit doorsymbol
Emergency exit malfunction
Escape route 90 BusController
Escape route 90 door symbol
Escape route parallel tableau
Escape route 90 parallel tableau
Camera symbol horizontal grey with nr
Camera Videomatrix
Monitor / sequence Videomatrix
Camera diagonal Videomatrix
Camera Videomatrix
Alarm input videomatrix
Alarm input videomatrix rect.
Alarm reset (video)
Monitor / Sequence Ernitec
camera horizontal grey
Camera symbol vertical VideV grey

300000054
300000054
300010090
300010090
300010090
300010090
300010090
300010090
300010090
300010041
300010091
300010091
300010091
300010091
300010091
300010091
300025615
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000054
300000050
300000050
300000050
300000051
300000051
300000051
300000052
300010041
300010094
300010092
300010092
300000054
300000054
300000052
300000052
300000055
300010036
300010041
300025614
300010041
300010036
300025614
300010036
300300001
300300101
300300101
300300002
300300001
300300101
300301001
300301001
300400001
300400001
300400002
300400001
300400001
300400100
300400100
300400101
300400003
300400001
300400011

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Variable switch
Variable switch
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
IGIS output MB256/100/16/8
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
IGIS input MB100/16/8
Group intrusion MB256
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Variable switch
Calendar
Calendar
Calendar
Time process
Time process
Time process
no action
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Identkey (last received) MB100.10
Identkey (last received) 4 digits
Identkey (last received) 4 digits
Variable switch
Variable switch
no action
no action
User changed
Main area MB100/MB16
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Main area MB256
Group intrusion MB100/16/8
Main area MB100/MB16
Main area MB256
Main area MB100/MB16
T bus-controller 925
T emergency exit control
T emergency exit control
T malfunction
T bus-controller 925
T emergency exit control
T parallel tableau
T parallel tableau
Camera videomatrix
Camera videomatrix
Monitor-sequence videomatrix
Camera videomatrix
Camera videomatrix
Alarm output videomatrix
Alarm output videomatrix
Alarm reset Video
Monitor-sequence videomatrix Ernitec
Camera videomatrix
Camera videomatrix Videv

I/O device lists

31

symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

Meldepunkttypen_Name

300400011
300400012
300400013
300400014
300400015
300400020
300400021
300400030
300400031
300400400
300400410
300400420
300400430
300400431
300400432
300400433
300400440
300400441
300400442
300400443
300400444
300400500
300400501
300403030
300403031
300403032
300403033
300403040
300403045
300403046
300403050
300403055
300403058
300403060
300403070
300403080
300403085
300500010
300500011
300500020
300500021
300500030
300500031
300500040
300500050
300500060
300500070
300500071
300500080
300500081
300500090
300500091
300500092
300500093
300500100
300500101
300500102
300500103
300500104
300500105
300500106
300500107
300500108

Camera symbol horizontal VideV grey


Camera symbol diagonal Videv grey
Camera symbol vertical VideV
Camera symbol diagonal Videv
Camera symbol vertical VideV
Dome Videv 1
Dome Videv 2
camera diagonal grey
camera vertical grey
Multiview Oberflche
Multiview viewer
Multiview monitor
Multiview camera telemetry
Multiview camera telemetry hor.
Multiview camera telemetry ver.
Multiview camera telemetry dome
Multiview camera control
Multiview camera control hor.
Multiview camera control vert.
Multiview camera control mon.
Multiview camera control mon1.
Multiscope Event LED green
Multiscope Event LED red
Camera symbol vertical Geutebrck
Camera symbol horizonal Geutebrck
Camera symbol diagonal Geutebrck
Camera symbol Dome Geutebrck
Video sensor Geutebrck VS30
Video sensor Geutebrck VS40
Video sensor Geutebrck VS40 LED
Monitor Vicrosoft Video control
Monitor Vicrosoft Video control
Monitor group Vicrosoft
Control activity Videocontrol Geutebr
Video alarm Geutebrck
Geutebrck programming modul VS40
Geutebrck programmer modul VS 30
Panel state 5008 LED
Panel state 5008 rectangle
Power supply 5008
Power supply 5008 sym
Micro module 5008 LED
Micro module 5008 rectangle
Remote control panel 5008 rectangle
Printer 5008
Loop card 5008 rectangle
Coupler module 5008 LED
Coupler module 5008 rectangle
Output 5008 rectangle
Output 5008 LED
Area 5008 word
Area 5008 lock
Area 5008 dog
Area 5008 girl
Group 5008 rectangle
Group 5008 LED
Group 5008 PIR
Group 5008 attack
Group 5008 attack 2
Group 5008 PIR 2
Group 5008 dor
Group 5008 door 90
Glass breakage group 5008

300400011
300400011
300400011
300400011
300400011
300400011
300400011
300400001
300400001
300400400
300400410
300400420
300400430
300400430
300400430
300400430
300400440
300400440
300400440
300400440
300400440
300400500
300400500
300400301
300400301
300400301
300400301
300400304
300400315
300400315
300400302
300400302
300400303
300400306
300400307
300400316
300400305
300500801
300500801
300500802
300500802
300500803
300500803
300500804
300500805
300500806
300500807
300500807
300500809
300500809
300500808
300500808
300500808
300500808
300500810
300500810
300500810
300500810
300500810
300500810
300500810
300500810
300500810

Camera videomatrix Videv


Camera videomatrix Videv
Camera videomatrix Videv
Camera videomatrix Videv
Camera videomatrix Videv
Camera videomatrix Videv
Camera videomatrix Videv
Camera videomatrix
Camera videomatrix
Geutebrck Multiview
Geutebrck Viewer 1*1 - 6*6
Geutebrck Monitor Multiscope
Geutebrck camera telemetry
Geutebrck camera telemetry
Geutebrck camera telemetry
Geutebrck camera telemetry
Geutebrck camera control
Geutebrck camera control
Geutebrck camera control
Geutebrck camera control
Geutebrck camera control
Geutebrck Event
Geutebrck Event
Geutebrck camera videocontrol
Geutebrck camera videocontrol
Geutebrck camera videocontrol
Geutebrck camera videocontrol
Geutebrck Vicrosoft videosensor VS 30
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Panel state 5008
Panel state 5008
Power supply 5008
Power supply 5008
Micro module 5008
Micro module 5008
Remote panel 5008
Printer 5008
Loop card 5008
Coupler module 5008
Coupler module 5008
Switchable output 5008
Switchable output 5008
Area 5008
Area 5008
Area 5008
Area 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008
Group 5008

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symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300500109
300500110
300500111
300500112
300500113
300500200
300500201
300500210
300500211
300500212
300500213
300500214
300500215
300501010
300501011
300501020
300501021
300501030
300501031
300501040
300501050
300501060
300501070
300501071
300501080
300501081
300501090
300501091
300501092
300501093
300501100
300501101
300501102
300501103
300501104
300501105
300501106
300501107
300501108
300501109
300501110
300501210
300501211
300501212
300501213
300501214
300501215
300501584
300900001
300900002
300900003
300900004
300900005
300900006
300900007
300900010
300900011
300900012
300900013
300900014
300900015
300900016
300900017
300900018

PIR group 5008


LED 5008 grey/green/yellow
LED 5008 grey/red/red
LED 5008 grey/yellow/red
MK magnetic detector group 5008
LED switch trend
Variable numeric (4-1)trend
Group 5008 fire print
Group 5008 fire ionisation
Group 5008 fire optic
Group 5008 fire OTI
OTI 5008 fire
Push button group 5008
Panel state 5008 LED ESSERNET
Panel state 5008 Rectangle
Power supply 5008 Essernet
Power supply 5008 sym Essernet
Micro module 5008 LED Essernet
Micro module 5008 Rectangle
Remote panel 5008 Rectangle
Printer fault
Loop card 5008 Rectangle ESSERNET
Coupler module 5008 LED Essernet
Coupler module 5008 Rectangle
Output 5008 Rectangle Essernet
Output 5008 LED Essernet
Area 5008 word ESSERNET
Area 5008 lock ESSERNET
Area 5008 dog ESSERNET
Area 5008 girl ESSERNET
Group 5008 Rectangle Essernet
Group 5008 LED Essernet
Group 5008 PIR Essernet
Group 5008 hold-up Essernet
Group 5008 hold-up 2 Essernet
Group 5008 PIR 2 Essernet
Group 5008 door Essernet
Group 5008 door 90 Essernet
Glass breakage group 5008 Essernet
PIR group 5008 Essernet
MK magnetic detector group 5008
Group 5008 push button Essernet
Group 5008 fire Ionisation Essernet
Group 5008 fire optical
Group 5008 fire OTI Essernet
OTI 5008 fire Essernet
Push button group 5008 Essernet
Text Group 5008 Essernet
Gent 3400 Panel
Gent Vigilon/34K Panel
Gent Node Printer
Gent Node PSU
Gent Master Alarm
Gent Aux Relay
Gent Alarm Delay Countdown
Gent Card 0
Gent Card 1
Gent Card 2
Gent Card 3
Gent Card 4
Gent Card 5
Gent Card 6
Gent Card 7
Gent Card 8

300500810
300500811
300500811
300500811
300500810
300500002
300500001
300500821
300500821
300500821
300500821
300500821
300500821
300500851
300500851
300500852
300500852
300500853
300500853
300500854
300500855
300500856
300500857
300500857
300500859
300500859
300500858
300500858
300500858
300500858
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500860
300500871
300500871
300500871
300500871
300500871
300500871
300500860
300900091
300900091
300900002
300900003
300900004
300900005
300900007
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011

Meldepunkttypen_Name
Group 5008
LED run 5008
LED run 5008
LED run 5008
Group 5008
Trend switch
Trend number
Fire 5008
Fire 5008
Fire 5008
Fire 5008
Fire 5008
Fire 5008
Panel state 5008 ESSERNET
Panel state 5008 ESSERNET
Power supply 5008 ESSERNET
Power supply 5008 ESSERNET
Micro module 5008 ESSERNET
Micro module 5008 ESSERNET
Remote control panel 5008 ESSERNET
Printer 5008 ESSERNET
Loop card 5008 ESSERNET
Coupler module 5008 ESSERNET
Coupler module 5008 ESSERNET
Switchable outputs 5008 ESSERNET
Switchable outputs 5008 ESSERNET
Areas 5008 ESSERNET
Areas 5008 ESSERNET
Areas 5008 ESSERNET
Areas 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
Fire 5008 Essernet
Fire 5008 Essernet
Fire 5008 Essernet
Fire 5008 Essernet
Fire 5008 Essernet
Fire 5008 Essernet
Groups 5008 ESSERNET
gent v3 node
gent v3 node
gent node printer
gent node PSU
gent node master alarms
gent node auxiliary relay
gent node alarm delay countdown
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)

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symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300900019
300900020
300900021
300900022
300900023
300900024
300900025
300900092
300900093
300900094
300900095
300900101
300900301
300900501
300900502
300900801
300901101
300901201
300902001
300902002
300910002
300910003
300910004
300910005
300910006
300910007
300910008
300910009
300910010
300910011
300910012
300910013
300910021
300910022
300910023
300910024
300910025
300910026
300910027
300910028
300910029
300910030
300910031
300910032
300910033
300910034
300910035
300910036
300910037
300910038
300910039
300910040
300910041
300910042
300910043
300910044
300910045
300910046
300910047
300910048
300910049
300910050
300910051

Gent Card 9
Gent Card 10
Gent Card 11
Gent Card 12
Gent Card 13
Gent Card 14
Gent Card 15
Gent Vigilon/34K Panel (EN54)
Gent 3400 Terminal Node
Gent Vigilon/34K Terminal Node
Gent Vigilon/34K Terminal Node
Gent Zone
Gent Group
Gent Command Build
Gent Command Build (led)
Gent Master Sector
Gent TimeSlot
Gent Delay Block
Gent Sector (numbers)
Gent Sector (text)
Gent Sensor
Gent MCP
Gent ACU
Gent DAU
Gent Beam Rx (right)
Gent Beam Tx (left)
Gent Flame Sensor
Gent Interface Unit
Gent Mimic Panel
Gent Sounder
Gent T-Breaker
Gent 3400 Repeat Panel
Gent Sensor Sounder
Gent Sensor with Slave LED
Gent Sensor with Slave Relay
Gent Sensor (in void)
Gent Sensor with Slave LED (in void)
Gent Sensor with Slave Relay (in void)
Gent Sensor with Monitored MCP
Gent Optical Sensor with Slave LED
Gent Optical Sensor with Slave Relay
Gent Heat Sensor
Gent Heat/Sounder
Gent Ionisation Sensor
Gent Optical Sensor with Monitored
Gent Optical Sensor
Gent Optical/Sounder
Gent Voice Sounder
Gent Strobe Sounder
Gent Strobe Voice Sounder
Gent FE Interface
Gent Heat Sensor with Slave LED
Gent Heat Sensor with Slave Relay
Gent Ionisation Sensor with Slave LED
Gent Ionisation Sensor with Slave
Gent Sensor Sounder with Slave LED
Gent Sensor Sounder with Slave Relay
Gent Sensor with MCP & Slave LED
Gent Sensor with MCP & Slave Relay
Gent Heat/Sounder with Slave LED
Gent Heat/Sounder with Slave Relay
Gent Optical/Sounder with Slave LED
Gent Optical/Sounder with Slave Relay

300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900011
300900092
300900093
300900094
300900093
300900101
300900301
300900501
300900501
300900801
300901101
300901201
300902001
300902001
300910002
300910003
300910004
300910005
300910006
300910007
300910008
300910009
300910010
300910011
300910012
300910013
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910014
300910015
300910016
300910017
300910018
300910019
300910020
300910021
300910023
300910024
300910025
300910022
300910026
300910027
300910028
300910029
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910002
300910030
300910031
300910032
300910033

Meldepunkttypen_Name
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent node card (plug-in backplane)
gent v4 node
gent v3 terminal node
gent v4 terminal node
gent v3 terminal node
gent zone
gent group
gent command build
gent command build
gent master sector
gent timeslot
gent delay block
gent sector
gent sector
gent sensor
gent MCP
gent ACU
gent DAU
gent beam rx
gent beam tx
gent flame
gent interface
gent mimic panel
gent sounder
gent t-breaker
gent repeat panel
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent optical sensor with slave led
gent optical sensor with slave relay
gent heat sensor
gent heat/sounder
gent ionisation sensor
gent optical sensor with mcp
gent optical sensor
gent optical/sounder
gent voice sounder
gent strobe sounder
gent strobe voice sounder
gent fe interface
gent heat sensor with slave led
gent heat sensor with slave relay
gent ionisation sensor with slave led
gent ionisation sensor with slave relay
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent sensor
gent heat/sounder with slave led
gent heat/sounder with slave relay
gent optical/sounder with slave led
gent optical/sounder with slave relay

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symbol_id

name

meldepunkttypen_id

300910052
300910053
300910076
300910077
300910086
300910087
300910093
300910096
300910097
300920002
300920003
308000001
308000002
308000003
308000004
308000005
308000006
308000007
308000008
308000022
308000030
308000031
308000032
308000040
308000041
308000042
308000043
308000044
308000050
308000060
308000070
308000080
308000090
308000100
308000200
308000201
308000210
308000211
308000212
308000213
308000214
308000215
308000216
308000217
308000218
308000219
308000220
308000221
308000300
387654321

Gent Optical Sensor with MCP & LED


Gent Optical Sensor with MCP & Relay
Gent Beam Rx (down)
Gent Beam Tx (up)
Gent Beam Rx (up)
Gent Beam Tx (down)
Gent Vigilon/34K Repeat Panel
Gent Beam Rx (left)
Gent Beam Tx (right)
Gent Input Channel
Gent Output Channel
Panel mode 8000
Panel state 8000
Panel mode 8000 RE
Panel state 8000 RE
Panel mode 8000 Revision
Panel mode 8000 cover contact
Panel mode 8000 key switch
Panel mode 8000 user level
Panel state 8000 reset
Panel failure 8000
Panel failure 8000 Essernet
Panel failure 8000 CPU
Power supply failure 8000
Power supply failure 8000 net LED
Power supply failure 8000 battery LED
Power supply failure 8000 LED
Power supply 8000 ground fault ED
Acoustic 8000
Printer 8000
Alarm delay 8000
Transmission unit gen. 8000
Transmission unit 8000
Primary line 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000 rectangle
Push button detector/group 8000
Push button E detector/group
Optical detector/group
Ionisation detector/group
OTI detector/group
OT group/detector 8000
OTI group/detector 8000
TD group/detector 8000
TM group/detector 8000
Push button Group 8000
Detector/group 8000 OI
Detector/group 8000 MSR
Control unit 8000
Camera Spezial

300910034
300910035
300910006
300910007
300910006
300910007
300910013
300910006
300910007
300920002
300920003
300800001
300800002
300800001
300800002
300800001
300800001
300800001
300800001
300800022
300800003
300800003
300800003
300800004
300800004
300800004
300800004
300800004
300800005
300800006
300800007
300800008
300800009
300800010
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800011
300800012
387654321

Meldepunkttypen_Name
gent optical sensor with mcp & led
gent optical sensor with mcp & relay
gent beam rx
gent beam tx
gent beam rx
gent beam tx
gent repeat panel
gent beam rx
gent beam tx
gent input channel
gent output channel
Panel mode 8000
Panel state 8000
Panel mode 8000
Panel state 8000
Panel mode 8000
Panel mode 8000
Panel mode 8000
Panel mode 8000
Panel state 8000 reset
Panel malfunction 8000
Panel malfunction 8000
Panel malfunction 8000
Energy supply 8000
Energy supply 8000
Energy supply 8000
Energy supply 8000
Energy supply 8000
Acoustics 8000
Printer 8000
Alarm delay 8000
Transmission unit general 8000
Transmission unit 8000
Primary line 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Detector/group 8000
Control group 8000
Camera special

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8. List of defined users


id

Name

Password

toolbar

0 user

Prio

Benutzergruppen

1 user switch
detectors

switch

2000

3 user switch

switch2

4000

4 Supervisor

Supervisor

7431356

10000

6 Configuratio
n

edit

7431356

7000

9 Autostart

start

2000

10 edit SIAS

SIAS

11 user Video

Video

3000

12 user armed

armed

4000

user
groups_id

10
6

10

11

12

13

10

11

12

13

31

10

11

12

13

31

12
10

designation of group

Standard-user

lock authorization

delete user

delete area

administrator

disarm

arm

arm external

delete tamper / technics

10

switch on / off detector

11

reset FDC

12

control video

13

control access

31

stop network

As supply-software user data are generally known, you should establish


your own list (name and password) of users.

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9.

System protocol types directory

For every protocol entry you can define:


- the output location
- monitor
- protocol printers 1, 2, 3
- in a protocol file
- time delay, i.e. how long the message is displayed
The user-defined messages are or great importance.
In the SIAS command message, you can define to which of the 10 possible numbers the message is to
be allocated.
The message can be determined from the log as per the allocation executed.
You can edit all of the message texts. The variables included in the message play an important role.
Do not edit these variables!
Variables:

%1!
Typ

Number of the variable, 1, 2, 3


S!
Character string
X!
Numerical
\n
New line

ID

text

BS

DB

Print

time ms

No IGIS Interface card found ! \nNet : %1!s! \nPort : $%2!x!

Yes

Yes

Yes

90000

Multiple use of port address ! \nNet : %1!s! \nPort : $%2!x!

Yes

Yes

Yes

90000

data overflow: Data to IGIS-Network ! \nNet : %1!s! \nPort : $%2!x!

Yes

Yes

Yes

90000

data overflow: Data from IGIS-Network ! \nNet : %1!s! \nPort :


$%2!x!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

Initialisation not successful ! \nDevice: %1!s! \nNet: %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

IGIS-Network still running ! \nNet : %1!s! \n stop it !

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

IGIS-Network running ! \nNet : %1!s!

No

Yes

Yes

10000

IGIS-Net cannot be started ! \nNet : %1!s! \nPort : $%2!x!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

IGIS-Net not running ! \nnet : %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

10

IGIS-Net cannot be stopped ! \nNet : %1!s! \nPort : $%2!x!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

11

Troube with device ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

30000

12

Device is running ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

No

Yes

Yes

10000

13

Cannot use source-ID ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

14

Device initialized ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

No

Yes

Yes

10000

15

Order to device could not be executed ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet :


%2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

20000

16

Order to device is unknown ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

20000

17

Wrong password ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

20000

18

value out of area ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

20000

19

Wrong address ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

20

Login error \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

21

General error ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet: %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

22

trouble logout device ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

23

trouble with address ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

24

Wrong Source_Id ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

25

Error saving parameters ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

30000

26

access denied !\n unknown user !

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

27

access denied !\n unknown password !

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

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ID

text

BS

DB

Print

time ms

28

printing on detrouble graphic printer impossible

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

29

no detrouble graphic printer selected

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

30

initialization deleted ! \ndevice : %1!s! \nnet : %2!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

31

Login: %1!s!

No

Yes

Yes

10000

32

Autologin %1!s!

No

Yes

Yes

10000

33

Logout

No

Yes

Yes

10000

34

Autologout

No

Yes

Yes

10000

35

System start

No

Yes

Yes

10000

36

Exit WINMAG

No

Yes

Yes

10000

37

Start of program (%1!s!)\ntype:


%2!s!\n%3!s!::%4!s!:%5!s!.%6!s!=%7!s!

No

Yes

Yes

10000

38

program registrated ( %1!s!)

No

Yes

Yes

10000

39

program finished ( %1!s!)

No

Yes

Yes

10000

40

Start system configuration

No

Yes

Yes

10000

41

End system configuration

No

Yes

Yes

10000

42

Steuerung %6!s! \n%1!s!::%2!s!:%3!s!.%4!s!=%5!s

No

Yes

Yes

10000

43

Program acknowledged ( %1!s!)

No

Yes

Yes

5000

44

Program in work ( %1!s!)

No

Yes

Yes

5000

45

Programm in stack ( %1!s!)

No

Yes

Yes

5000

46

Unknown IGIS-error ! errorcode: hex %1!x! \nobject : %2!s! \nnet :


%3!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

47

IGIS-Loop not running ! \nSubloop : %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

48

IGIS-Loop partial failure ! \nSubloop : %1!s!

No

Yes

Yes

100000

49

IGIS-Loop partial failure right loop ! \nSubloop : %1!s!

No

Yes

Yes

100000

50

IGIS-Loop partial failure left loop ! \nSubloop : %1!s!

No

Yes

Yes

100000

51

IGIS-Loop Subloop failure ! \nSubloop : %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

100000

52

Master-Database has changed.\nDatabase must be reloaded.

No

Yes

Yes

10000

53

compare with master-database started

No

Yes

Yes

5000

54

compare with master-database not successful

No

Yes

Yes

5000

55

compare with master-database successful

No

Yes

Yes

5000

56

Alarm reason: %1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

57

Alarm type: %1!s! changed

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

58

Protocol printer%1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

59

Graphic printer%1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

60

Protocol printer%1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

61

Graphfic printer%1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

62

general options changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

63

Message text: %1!s! changed to:\n%2!s!

No

Yes

Yes

5000

64

I/O device: %1!s!::%2!s!:%3!s! inserted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

65

Object: %1!s!::%2!s! inserted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

66

Net: %1!s! inserted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

67

I/O device %1!s!::%2!s!:%3!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

68

Object %1!s!::%2!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

69

Net %1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

70

calendar changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

71

Variable changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

72

I/O device: %1!s!::%2!s!:%3!s! inserted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

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ID

text

BS

DB

Print

time ms

73

I/O device: %1!s!::%2!s!:%3!s! moved

No

Yes

Yes

5000

74

Object: %1!s!::%2!s! moved

No

Yes

Yes

5000

75

Net: %1!s! moved

No

Yes

Yes

5000

76

I/O device: %1!s!::%2!s!:%3!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

77

Object: %1!s!::%2!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

78

Net: %1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

79

User: %1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

80

User: %1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

81

User: %1!s! inserted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

82

ToolBar-ID: %1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

83

ToolBar-ID: %1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

84

ToolBar-ID: %1!s! inserted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

85

I/O devicetype: %1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

86

I/O devicetype: %1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

87

I/O devicetype: %1!s! copied

No

Yes

Yes

5000

88

surface options changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

89

event protocol changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

90

multistation %1!s! added

No

Yes

Yes

5000

91

distributed station %1!s! added

No

Yes

Yes

5000

92

station %1!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

93

station %1!s! deleted

No

Yes

Yes

5000

94

net assignment: %1!s! to station: %2!s! added

No

Yes

Yes

5000

95

net assignment: %1!s! to station: %2!s! changed

No

Yes

Yes

5000

96

error in SIAS-program %1!s!: please compile the program again

Yes

Yes

Yes

97

Externe Automation: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

500

user defined message 1: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

501

user defined message 2: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

502

user defined message 3: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

503

user defined message 4: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

504

user defined message 5: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

505

user defined message 6: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

506

user defined message 7: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

507

user defined message 8: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

508

user defined message 9: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

509

user defined message 10: %1!s!

Yes

Yes

Yes

5000

Yes

Yes

Yes

10000

1000 unknown error

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10. I/O devicetype lists


10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
10.7
10.8
10.9
10.10
10.11
10.12
10.13
10.14
10.15
10.16

FDC 664 / 616


FDC 1016
FDC 1024
561 MB 100 / 16 / 8 / HB 48
561 MB 100.10
561 MB 256
M99
MultiAccess
Video coupling Videv, Ernitec, Phillips
Video coupling Vicrosoft
Video coupling Multiscope II
Video coupling Geutebrck Multiview
Rescue routes
Esser 5008 serial port
Esser 5008 Essernet
Esser 800x Essernet

The following I/O device lists contain the terms used in GEMAG.
These terms correspond to the WINMAG terms .
The only difference is the admissible length of the terms.

Type-Name
State
Function-value

40

WINMAG
40 characters
40 characters
characters

GEMAG
8 characters
20 characters
20 characters

FDC664/616

40

10.1
1.

Connection of a FDC-664/616 to the IGIS network


Basic system configurations

IGIS-LAN
2.

Communication via IGIS network

The description Connecting IGIS terminals to the IGIS network contains more information on
communication via the IGIS network.
3.

Access code

The 3-digit password of the FDC 664/616 is used as access code. Only 3 digits of the access
code are evaluated.
If no password is saved in the FDC664/616, the access code is not checked when the command
INIT_MP is used.

I/O device definition for FDC 664/616

For the FDC 616 only those I/O devices are valid that are also implemented in the central unit.
The following conditions must be fulfilled:
Number of groups
Number of plug-in cards
No. of channels ext. drive.
No. of fire fighting control

:
:
:

16
2
1

I/O device lists

1.

41

General I/O devices


I/o deviceNumber

Name

acoustic

safe for key

*1)

energy supply

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1

on
off

IS 1
trouble

O
1

off
on

IS 2 *1)
siren

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
tamper

O
1

no
yes

IS 1
trouble coil

O
1

off
on

IS 2 *1)
door

O
1

locked
released

IS 0
AC

O
1

ok
trouble

IS 1
battery

O
1

ok
trouble

IS 2
fuse

O
1

ok
trouble

available for program version V12.00 and later

I/O type:

1
2
3

Function value-

Acoustic FDC (300066401)


Key safe (300066402)
Energy supply FDC (300066403)

FDC664/616

42

transmission unit

phone

IS 0
situation
transmission

O
1
2

on
3)
off
not present

IS 1
transmission manual
detector

O
1
2

active
trouble

IS 2
transmission
automatic det.

O
1
2

active
trouble

IS 3
transmission

O
1
2

active
trouble

IS 4
fuse

O
1

ok
trouble

IS 5
respond

O
1

missing
yes

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
closed circuit

O
1

closed
open

IS 1
fuse

O
1

ok
trouble

If the " transmission unit " switch is set to "ON", the transmission unit can be switched
on/off for every detector group.
If the switch is set to OFF, transmission units are switched off for all groups.

I/O type:

4 Transmission FDC (300066404)


5 Telephone connection FDC (300066405)

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2. Detector groups (upt to 64 in FDC664, up to 16 in FDC616)


I/O device-

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

group1

O
69

I/O type:

group 64

6-69

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
transmissionselected

O
1
2

on
off
immediatedly on

IS 2
error

O
1
2
3

off
pollution SDN
short circuit
line rupture

IS 3
alarm

O
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
manual
automatic
Group 1 from 2
Group 2 from 2
repeat 1 from 2
repeat 2 from 2

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
transmission
selected

O
1
2

on
off
immediatedly on

IS 2
error

O
1
2
3

off
pollution SDN
short circuit
line rupture

IS 3
alarm

O
1
2
3
...

off
manual
automatic
group 1 from 2
...

OS 0

...

...

Fire group FDC616/664 (300066406)

FDC664/616

44

3.

Detectors (8 interface cards possible in FDC664, 2 interface cards possible in FDC616)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

70

detector card 1 1

71

Input states/
Output states

detector card 2 1

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
trouble

O
1
2
3
4

off
pollution SDN
missing
short circuit
line rupture

IS 2
alarm

O
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
manual
automatic
detector 1 from 2
detector 2 from 2
repeat 1 from 2
repeat 2 from 2

IS 3
diagnostic

O
1

ok
warning

IS 4 *1)
group digit 2

0-9

0-9

IS 5 *1)
group digit 1

0-9

0-9

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
Zustand

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

196

detector card 1 127

IS 0
state

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

197

dtector card 2 1

IS 0
state

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

*1) available with eprom version V12.00 and later


I/O deviceNo. = F(n,m) = 70 + (n-1) x 127 + (m-1)
n = No. of card (1...8)
m = No. of detector connected to one card (1...127)

I/O device lists

4.

45

Control pad
I/O deviceNo.

Name

1086

control pad

1087

alarm delay

108810
89

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

OS 0
alarm

O
1
2

stop
reset
stop extern acoustic

OS 1
Diagnostic

O
1

start
stop

IS 0
diagnostic

O
1
2
3

ok
warning
stopped
started

IS 1 *1)
trouble

O
1

no
yes

IS 2 *1)
alarm

O
1

no alarm
alarm

IS 3 *1)
deactivation

O
1

no
yes

IS 4 *1)
fire brigade
alarmed

O
1

no
yes

IS 5 *1)
LED call fire

O
1

off
on

IS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 1 *1)
alarm delay
time

O
1

off
running

IS 2 *1)
exploring time

O
1

off
running

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

reserved for extensions

*1) available with eprom version V12.00 or later


I/O type:

1086
1087

Function value-

Control FDC (300066486)


Alarm delay FDC (300066487)

FDC664/616

46

5. Output channels
5.1 Output channels fire control system (FCS) (not existing in FDC616)
I/O device-

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

1090

output channel 1
(A)

1091

output channel 2
(A)

O
1105

I/O type:

output channel 16
(B)

1090-1097
1098-1105

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

Fire control output A


Fire control output B

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47

5.2 Output channels extinguisher control (not existing in FDC616)


I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

1106

extinguisher control 1

1107

1108

1109

I/O type:

extinguisher control 2

extinguisher control 3

extinguisher control 4

1106-1109

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1
3

not existing
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguisher system
line rupture
line short circuit

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguisher system
line rupture
line short circuit

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguisher system
line rupture
line short circuit

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguisher system
line rupture
line short circuit

Sprinkler output FDC (300066499)

FDC1016

48

10.2 Connection of a FDC-1016 to the IGIS network


1. Basic system configuration

IGIS-LAN

2. Communication with the IGIS network


The description "Connecting IGIS terminals to the IGIS network"" contains further information on
communication via the IGIS network.

3. Access code
The 3-digit password of the FDC 1016 is used as access code. Only 3 digits of the access code
are evaluated.
Is no password is saved in the FDC 1016, the access code is not checked when the
command INIT_MP is used.

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4. General overview of I/O devices


I/O device number
from

I/O device name


to

energy supply

general I/O devices

10

reserved for extensions

11

extinguisher interface

12

alarm signalling device

13

17

transmission unit

18

20

reserved for extensions

21

36

control unit

37

44

input channels

45

180

detector groups

181

307

User-card 1
(detectors / control modules)

308

434

User-card 2
(detector / control modules)

435

561

User-card 1
Allocation of detectors to group

562

688

User-card 2
Allocation of detectors to group

All I/O devices refer to the physical address of the periphery connected.

FDC1016

50

5. Overview of commands from IGIS-members in the IGIS network


The FDC 1016 supports following orders described in the document IGENDGER.W51

5.1 Receive commands


command

name

Init 1. block without following block

Init 1. block with following block

Init following block (last)

Init following block

control I/O device

time synchronisation

alternate aim address

Logout

query PNUM program number

0A

password

0B

SET_Filter

0C

Steuern_MP_Passw

0D

not supported

not supported

0F

not supported

10

not supported

11

not supported

I/O device lists

51

5.2 Send commands


command

name

Init_Dat_MP

with following blocks

Init_Dat_MP

last data block

Neu_Dat_MP

acknowledgements

acknowledgement program number

PAR_RET compatibility-ID

not supported

time synchronisation

not supported

FDC1016

52

6. General I/O devices and control pads


I/O deviceNo.

Name

energy supply FDC


1016

4-10

control pad

summary display
FDC1016

reserve

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
AC

O
1

ok
trouble

IS 1
battery

O
1

ok
trouble

IS 2
fuse

O
1

ok
trouble

OS 0
alarm

O
1
2

stop
reset
stop extern acoustic

OS 1
diagnostic

O
1

start
stop

IS 0
diagnostic

O
1
2
3

ok
warning
stopped
started

IS 0
trouble

O
1

no
yes

IS 1
alarm

O
1

no alarm
alarm

IS 2
deactivation

O
1

no
yes

IS 3
fire brigade alarmed

O
1

no
yes

IS 4
LED call fire
brigade

O
1

off
on

IS 5 *)
LED Revision

O
1

off
on

reserved for extensions

*) available with eprom version B1016.00.0V04.00 or later


I/O type:
1
2
3
4-10

Energy supply FDC1016 (300066403)


Control FDC1016 (300101602)
Summary display FDC1024 (300102412)
reserved for extensions

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7. Output channels of the extinguisher interfaces (EI)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

11

extinguisher
interface

I/O type:

11

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not existing
off
on

IS 1
trouble

O
1
2
3

off
extinguisher system
line rupture
line short circuit

Sprinkler output FDC (300066499)

8. Output channels of the alarm signalling devices (ASD)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

12

acoustic

I/O type:

12

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
error

O
1

off
short circuit or rupture

IS 2
message

O
1

output not active


output active

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

Acoustic FDC1016 (300101612)

FDC1016

54

9. Output channels of the transmission unit (UE)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

13

transmission unit
(UE)

14

15

16

transmission unit
2
(UE)

key safe (FSD)

alarm delay

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation automatic
output

O
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
transmission
automatic output

O
1
2

not activated
active
interruption or shortcut

IS 2
situation manual
output

O
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 3
transmission
manual output

O
1
2

not activated
active
interruption or shortcut

IS 4
situation trouble

O
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 5
transmission
trouble

O
1
2

not activatede
active
interruption or shortcut

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
UE 12V

O
1

ok
error

IS 1
response alarm

O
1

missing
existing

IS 0
door

O
1
2

not present
locked
released

IS 1
sabotage

O
1

ok
line rupture or short circuit

IS 2
trouble coil

O
1

off
on

IS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm delay time

O
1

off
running

IS 2
exploring time

O
1

off
running

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

I/O device lists

17

18-20
I/O type:
13
14
15
16
17
18-20

55

phone (TA)

reserved

IS 0
closed circuit

0
1

closed
open

IS 1
fuse

0
1

ok
trouble

reserved for extensions

Transmission FDC1016 (300101613)


Transmission 2 FDC1016 (300101614)
Key safe 1016 (300101615)
Alarm delay FDC (300066487)
Telephoneconnection FDC (300066405)
reserved for extensions

FDC1016

56

10. Fire control output (SE)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

21

output channel
1

22

Input states /
Output states

output channel
2
O

36

output channel
16

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
message

O
1
2

not existing
output not active
output active

IS 1
error

O
1

off
short circuit or rupture

IS 2
state

O
1

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1
activate

O
1

not active
active

IS 0
message

O
1
2

not existing
output not active
output active

1)
1)

IS 0
message

0
1
2

not existing
output not active
output active

IS 1
error

O
1

off
short circuit or rupture

IS 2
state

O
1

on 1)
off 1)

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1
activate

O
1

not active
active

1) with eprom version B1016.00.0V02.00 or later


I/O type:

on
off

21-36 Fire control output FDC1016 (300101621)

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57

11. Input channel (IN)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

37

input channel
1

38

Input states /
Output states

input channel
2

O
44

I/O type:

input channel
8

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
message

O
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
message

O
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
message

O
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

37-44 input FDC1024 (300102406)

FDC1016

58

12. Fire group FDC1016


I/O deviceNo.

Name

45

group
1

Input states /
Output states

O
180

No.

Name

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
transmission

0
1
2

on
off
immediatly on

IS 2
pollution

O
1

off
pollution

IS 3
alarm

O
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
manual
automatic
group 1 from 2
group 2 from 2
stored 1 from 2
stored 2 from 2

IS 4
trouble line

0
1
2
3
4

off
short circuit
broken
RS-card malfunction 2)
bus malfunction
2)

IS 5
trouble member

0
1
2
3

off
members missing
members with error
limit power reached

OS 0
switch

O
1

I/O type:

off
on

group
136

OS 0
switch
1) with eprom version B1016.00.0V02.00 or later
2) with eprom version. B1016.00.0V03.00 or later
45 - 52
53 - 116
117 - 180

Function value-

O
1

Fire groups conventional


(real number 1 - 8)
Fire groups RS-Bus card 1 (real number 9 - 72)
Fire groups RS-Bus card 2 (real number 73 - 136)
Fire group FDC1016 (300101645)

off
on

1)
1)
1)
1)

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13. Fire detector FDC 1016

13.1 Detector
I/O deviceNo.

Name

181

card 1 user 1

182

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble member

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

off
pollution SDN
address missing
detector head missing 1)
ext. power missing 1)
wrong type 1)
member unknown 1)
power limit reached 1)
error
1)

IS 2
alarm

0
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
manual
automatic
detector 1 from 2
detector 2 from 2
stored 1 from 2
stored 2 from 2

IS 3
diagnostic

O
1

ok
warning

IS 4
trouble line
in front of member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 5
trouble line
behind member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

...

...

...

card 1 user 2

O
307

card 1 user 127

Function value-

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

...

...

...

FDC1016

60

308

card 2 user 1

O
434

card 2 user 2

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

...

...

...

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

1) with eprom version B1016.00.0V02.00 or later


I/O type:

181-434

Fire detector FDC1016 (300101682)

I/O device number . = F(n,m) = 180 +((n-1) x 127) + m


n = number of interface card (1...2)
m = number of user (1...127)

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13.2 Control module (alternative to 13.1)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

181

card 1 user 1

182

Input states /
Output states

card 1 user 2

O
307

308

card 1 user 127

card 2 user 1

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

O
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble member

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

off
address missing
ext power missing
wrong type
member unknown
power limit reached
error

1)
1)
1)
1)
1)

IS 2

IS 3
release

O
1

switch unit not active


switch unit active

IS 4
trouble line
in front of
member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 5
trouble line
behind member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

...

...

...

IS 0
situation

12

not present
off
on

...

...

...

IS 5
trouble line

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

FDC1016

62

...
O
434

card 2 user 127

...
O

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

1) with eprom version. B1016.00.0V02.00 or later


I/O type:

181-434

Control module FDC1016 (300101682)

I/O device number . = F(n,m) = 180 +((n-1) x 127) + m


n = number of interface card (1...2)
m = number of user (1...127)

...

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14. Allocation of the users to the groups


I/O deviceNo.

Name

435

card 1 user 1

Input states
No.

O
561

562

card 1 user 127

card 2 user 1

O
688

Function value-

card 1 user 127

IS 0

0-9

group number (*100)

IS 1

0-9

group number (*10)

IS 2

0-9

group number (*1)

IS 0

0-9

group number (*100)

IS 1

0-9

group number (*10)

IS 2

0-9

group number (*1)

IS 0

0-9

group number (*100)

IS 1

0-9

group number (*10)

IS 2

0-9

group number (*1)

IS 0

0-9

group number (*100)

IS 1

0-9

group number (*10)

IS 2

0-9

group number (*1)

I/O devicenumber = F(n,m) = 434 + ((n-1) x 127) + m


n = card number (1...2)
m = detector address on card (1...127)

Name

FDC 1024

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10.3 Connection of a FDC-1024 to the IGIS network


1. Basic system configurations

IGIS-LAN
To connect a FDC-1024 to the IGIS-network the firmware version V03.00 or higher is
necessary.

2. Communication via the IGIS network


The description "Connecting IGIS terminals to the IGIS network" contains further
information on communication via the IGIS network.

3. Access code
The 8-digit password of the FDC 1024 is used as access code.
If no password is saved in the FDC 1024, the access code is not checked when the
command INIT_MP is used.

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4. General overview of the I/O device types


I/O device

I/O device name

from

to

9999

detector group

10000

17619

user (detector / Control module)

17620

18579

control unit (SE-Module)

18580

19539

extinguisher interface (LS-Module)

19540

20499

alarm signaling device (AE)

20500

21459

input channels (IN-Module)

21460

21639

transmission device (UE)

21640

21699

I/O-Bus - equipping configuration

21700

21702

general I/O devices

21703

22662

RS-Bus_input module (EA) V4*

22663

23622

RS-Bus_output module (EA) V4*

23623

23630

Backplane-inputs V4*

23631

23638

Backplane-outputs V4*

The BM-C 1024 supports the following commands of the documentation:


IGENDGER.W61:
State 28.07.99

5.1 Receiver commands


command

name

Init 1. Block without continuation block

Init 1. Block with continuation block

Init continuation block without continuation block

Init continuation block with continuation block

control_MP

time synchronisation

Ersatz_Ziel_Adr

Logout

PNUM query programm number

password

0B

SET_Filter

0C

Steuern_MP_Passw

FDC 1024

66

5.2 Transmission commands


command

name

Init_Dat_MP with continuation block

Init_Dat_MP last data block

New_Dat_MP

acknowledgements

acknowledgement program-No.

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6. Detector group
I/O deviceNo.

Name

Detector group 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
group situation

0
1
2

not existing
off (detector)
on

IS 1
TU-transmission

0
1
2

on
off
immediatedly on

IS 2
pollution

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

off
pollution-SDN
member missing
user current too high
detector head missing
V4*
error external line
V4*
wrong type
V4*
member unknown
V4*
member line interuption V4*
member line short circuit V4*
member line memory overflow V4*

IS 3
alarm

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

off
manual
automatic
group 1 of 2
group 2 of 2
intermediate memory 1
intermediate memory 2
revision alarm V5*

IS 4
technical
message

0
1

off
technical message

IS 5
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 6
audit

0
1

audit off
audit running

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

OS 1
audit
O

0
1
O

start
stop
O

FDC 1024

68

I/O deviceNo.
999
9

Name
Detector group
9999

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
Group
State

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
TU-transmission

0
1
2

on
off
undelayed on

IS 2
pollution

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

off
pollution-SDN
member missing
user current too high
detector head missing V4*
error external line
V4*
wrong type
V4*
member unknown
V4*
member line interuption V4*
member short circuit
V4*
member line memory overflow V4*

IS 3
alarm

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

off
manual
automatic
group 1 of 2
group 2 of 2
intermediate memory 1
intermediate memory 2
revision alarm V5*

IS 4
techn. message

0
1

off
technical message

IS 5
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 6
audit

0
1

audit off
audit running

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

OS 1
audit

0
1

start
stop

I/O type:
1-9999 detection group FDC1024
I/O devicetype_id:
300 102 401

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7.1 Detector
I/O deviceNo.

Name

10000

user card
1
user
1

Input states /
Output states
IS 0
State

user card
1
user
2

No.

Name

0
1
2
3
4
5

not existing
off (detector)
on (detector)
off (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

off
pollution-SDN
not present
user current too high
detector head missing
trouble ext. line
wrong type
member unknown
member line interuption
member line short circuit
member memory overflow

IS 2
alarm

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

off
manual
automatic
detector 1 of 2
detector 2 of 2
intermediate memory 1
intermediate memory 2
technical message
revision alarm V5*

IS 3
diagnostic

0
1

ok
warning

IS 4
trouble line in
front of member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 5
trouble line
behind member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 6
audit

0
1

audit off
audit running

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3
4
5

off
on
off (group)
on (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

V4*
V4*
V4*
V4*

0
1
2
3
4
5

not existing
off (detector)
on (detector)
off (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

V4*
V4*

IS 1
trouble user

10001

Function value-

IS 0
state

V4*
V4*

V4*
V4*
V4*
V4*
V4*
V4*
V4*

FDC 1024

70

...
O
10126

10127

user card
1
user
127

...
O

IS 0
state

user card
2
user
1

not existing
off (detector)
on (detector)
off (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

...

...

...

IS 0
state

0
1
2
3
4
5

not existing
off (detector)
on (detector)
off (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

...

...

O
user card
60
user
127

O
IS 0
state

not existing
off (detector)
on (detector)
off (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3
4
5

not existing
off (detector)
on (detector)
off (group)
off (smoke sensor)
off (thermic sensor)

n = card adress (1...60)


m = user No. on the card (1...127)
10000-17619 User FDC1024
300 102 402

V4*
V4*

V4*
V4*

O
0
1
2
3
4
5

I/O device No. = F(n,m) = 9999 + ((n-1) x 127) + m

I/O type:
I/O devicetypen_id:

O
0
1
2
3
4
5

...
17619

...

V4*
V4*

V4*
V4*

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7.2 Control modules (alternate to 7.1)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

10000

user card
1
user
1

10001

Name

0
1
2
3

not present
off (member)
on (member)
off (group)

IS 1
error
member

0
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
member missing
user current too high
error external line
V4*
wrong member type V4*

IS 2

IS 3
message

0
1

inactive
active

IS 4
trouble line in
front of member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 5
trouble line
behind member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3

off
on
off (group) V4*
on (group) V4*

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3

not present
off (member)
on (member)
off (group)

...

...

...

user card
1
user
2

user card
1
user
127

No.

IS 0
situation

O
10126

Function value-

Input states /
Output states

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3

not present
off (member)
on (member)
off group)

...

...

...

IS 5
trouble line
behind member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

FDC 1024

72

10127

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3

off
on
off (group) V4*
ein (group) V4*

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3

not present
off (member)
on (member)
off (group)

...

...

...

user card
2
user
1

O
17619

user card
60
user
127

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3

not present
off (member)
on
off (group)

...

...

...

IS 5
trouble line
behind member

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3

off
on
off (group) V4*
on (group) V4*

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

I/O device No. = F(n,m) = 9999 + ((n-1) x 127) + m


n = card adress (1...60)
m = member No. on the card (1...127)
I/O type:
I/O devicetypes_id:

10000-17619 control module FDC1024


300 102 403

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8. Output channels
8.1 Output channels of control device (SE-Modules)
I/O deviceNo.

Name

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

17621

output channel
2

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circiut
broken

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

IS 0
situation

0
1

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+Trk.)
off (von FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

2
3
4
5
6
7
IS 1
trouble

12

off
short circiut
broken

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

O
18579

output channel
960

IS 0
situation

O
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+Trk.)
off (byFBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

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74

I/O type:
I/O device types_id:

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

17620-18579output channel FDC1024


300 102 404

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8.2 Output channels extinguisher interface (LS-Module)


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

18580

extinguisher interface
1

18581

19539

extinguisher interface
960

I/O type:
I/O devicetypen_id:

No.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguishing system
line broken
short circuit

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguishing system
line broken
short circuit

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

extinguisher interface
2

Function value-

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2
3

off
extinguishing system
line broken
short circuit

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

18580-19539 Extinguisher interface FDC1024


300 102 405

FDC 1024

76

8.3 Output channels of the alarm signaling device (AE-Module)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

19540

output channel
1

19541

output channel
2

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

IS 0
situation

0
1

Name

2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+ door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 1
acivation

0
1

inactive
active

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+Trk.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact)) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 1
activation

0
1

inactive
active

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77

output channel
960

I/O type:
I/O device types_id:

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+Trk.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 1
trouble

0
1
2

off
short circuit
broken

IS 2
message

0
1

inactive
active

...

19540-20499 output channel FDC1024


300 102 404

...

FDC 1024

78

9. Input channels (IN-Module)


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

20500

input channel
1

20501

input channel
2

O
21459

input channel
960

I/O type:
I/O devicetypes_id:

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

20500-21459 Input channel FDC1024


300 102 406

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10. Output channels of transmission unit (UE-Module)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

21460

transmission unit
1

Input states /
Output states
IS 0
situation
automatic output

Function valueNo.
0
1

Name

2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door contact)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 1
transmission
automatic output

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

IS 2
situation
manual output

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door contact)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 3
transmission manual
output

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

IS 4
situation trouble

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 5
transmission
malfunction

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

IS 6
situation technical
message

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 7
transmission technical
message

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

OS 0
switch automatic
output

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

FDC 1024

80

21461

transmission unit
1

OS 1
switch manual output

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 2
switch trouble output

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 3
switch technical
message

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

IS 0
general situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
response alarm

0
1

missing
existing

IS 2
response malfunction

0
1

missing
existing

IS 3
response technical
message

0
1

missing
existing

IS 4
safe for brigade key

0
1
2

not present
locked
free

IS 5
FSD-tamper

0
1
2

ok
break
short circuit

IS 6
FSD door

0
1

closed
open

IS 7
closed circuit

21462

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1

off
on

IS 1
delay time

0
1

running

IS 2
exploring time

0
1

running

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

transmission unit
1
alarm delay

O
21637

transmission unit
60

ab V04.00
not present
closed
open

0
1
2

IS 0
situation
automatic output

V03.xx
closed
open
-----

O
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

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IS 1
transmission
automatic output

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

IS 2
situation
manual output

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 3
transmission
manual output

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

IS 4
situation
trouble

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 5
transmission
trouble

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

IS 6
situation technical
message

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

not present
off (switched on by
FDC+FBF+door cont.)
off (by FBF)
V4*
off (by FDC)
V4*
off (by FDC+FBF)
V4*
off (by door contact) V4*
off (by FBF+door cont.) V4*
off (by FDC+door cont.) V4*

IS 7
transmission technical
message

0
1
2
3

inactive
active
break
short circuit

OS 0
switch auto. output.

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 1
switch man. output

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 2
switch trouble output

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

OS 3
switch technical
message

0
1

off (by FDC)


on (by FDC)

FDC 1024

82

21638

transmission unit
60

IS 0
general situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
response alarm

0
1

missing
existing

IS 2
response malfunction

0
1

missing
existing

IS 3
response technical
message

0
1

missing
existing

IS 4
safe for brigade key

0
1
2
3

not present
locked
free
door open

IS 5
FSD-tamper

0
1
2

ok
break
short circuit

IS 6
FSD door

0
1

closed
open

IS 7
closed circuit

21639

I/O type:

transmission unit
60
alarm delay

0
1
2

from V04.00
not present
closed
open

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1

off
on

IS 1
delay time

0
1

---running

IS 2
exploring time

0
1

---running

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

(1) Transmission device FDC1024


(2) Transmission device 2 FDC1024
(3) Alarm delay FDC1024

I/O device types_id:

V03.xx
closed
open
-----

300 102 407


300 102 408
300 102 409

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11. Equipping configuration I/O-Bus


I/O deviceNo.

Name

21640

card address
1

Input states /
Output states

O
21699

card address
60

I/O type:
I/O device types_id:

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1

off
serial interface

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
situation

0
1
2

not present
off
on

IS 1
trouble

0
1

off
serial interface

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

21640-21699 card address FDC1024


300 102 410

FDC 1024

84

12. General I/O devices and operating of control unit


I/O deviceNo.

Name

21700

revision
FDC 1024

21701

21702

I/O type:

summary display
FDC

energy supply FDC

21700
21701
21702

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
alarm

0
1
2

stop
reset
stop extern acoustic

OS 1
diagnostic

0
1

started
stopped

OS 2
test FDC

0
1

started
stopped

IS 0
diagnostic

0
1
2
3

ok
warning
stopped
started

IS 1
test FDC

0
1
2

ok
error
started

IS 0
LED trouble

0
1

no
yes

IS 1
LED alarm

0
1

no alarm
alarm

IS 2
LED deactivation

0
1

no
yes

IS 3
LED fire brigade
alarmed

0
1

no
yes

IS 4
LED call fire
brigade

0
1

off
on

IS 0
AC

0
1

ok
trouble

IS 1
battery

0
1

ok
trouble

IS 2
fuse

0
1

ok
trouble

revision FDC1024
I/O device types_id: 300 102 411
summary displaye FDC1024
300 102 412
energy supply FDC1024
300 066 403

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13. RS-Bus-Input module (EA-Module)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

21703

input
1

21704

Input states /
Output states

input
2

O
22662

input
960

V4*
Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

I/O type:
21703-22662 RS-Bus_Input module inputs (EA) FDC1024
I/O device types_id: 300 102 424

FDC 1024

86

14. RS-Bus-Output module (EA-Module)


I/O deviceNo.

Name

22663

output
1

22664

Input states /
Output states

output
2

O
23622

I/O type:
I/O device types_id:

output
960

V4*
Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

OS 1
activate

0
1

deactivate
activate

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

OS 1
activate

0
1

deactivate
activate

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

...
1
...
22663-23622 RS-Bus-Output module (EA) FDC1024
300 102 423

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15. Backplane-inputs V4*


I/O deviceNo.

Name

23623

input 1

23624

Input states /
Output states

input 2

O
23630

input 8

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

I/O type:
23623-23630 Backplane-inputs FDC1024
I/O device types_id: 300 102 426

FDC 1024

88

16. Backplane-outputs

V4*

I/O deviceNo.

Name

23631

output 1

23632

Input states /
Output states

output 2

O
23638

output
8

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

OS 1
activate

0
1

deactivate
activate

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

OS 0
switch

0
1

off
on

OS 1
activate

0
1

deactivate
activate

IS 0
state

0
1
2

not existing
switched off
on

IS 1
message

0
1

inactive
active

...
1
I/O type:
23631-23638 Backplane-outputs FDC1024
I/O device types_id: 300 102 425

...

Note:
Flag V4* (04.04.00) points to the modifications in FDC1024 from V03 to V04
Flag V5* (13.07.00) points to the modifications in FDC1024 from V05 to V05.01

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10.4 Connection of the control unit 561-MB100/MB16/MB8/HB48 to the


IGIS network
1. Possible configurations of the system
1.1 System connection via the IGIS-LAN-net

IGIS-LAN
Requirements to the software versions of the board :
561-MB100:
Program E015.00.0V05.00 and higher
Program E015.02.0V06.06 and higher
Program E015.07.0V01.00 and higher
561-MB16:
Program E015.03.0V01.00 and higher
Program E015.06.0V01.00 and higher
1.2 System connection via the telecommunication networks

telecommunication networks
Requirements to the software versions of the board :
561-MB100:
561-MB16:
561-MB8:
561-HB48:

Program E015.07.0V05.00 and higher


Program E015.03.0V06.00 and higher
Program E015.06.0V05.00 and higher
Program E015.04.0V06.00 and higher
Program E015.05.0V05.00 and higher
Program E015.08.0V07.00 and higher

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

90

2.

Communication with the IGIS-net

The Description "Connection of IGIS devices to the IGIS net" gives more information about the
Communication with the IGIS-net.

2.1 Access code


A special access code for IGIS is available for the commands INIT_MP and SET_FILT.
This special code is entered in the M100 using the programming function 517.

2.2 Tamper message (not available in program E015.00.0V05.xx)


Using the function 517 you can program at the central unit 561-MB100 whether or not a tamper
message shall be triggered if a wrong access code has been entered .
If "Tamper if code incorrect" is active, triggering of a tamper message is executed
if a wrong access code has been entered 9 times or if a wrong password (561-MB100) has been
transmitted.
For systems designed as per VdS directives,
"Tamper if code incorrect" may not be active otherwise the central unit
is no longer nonreactive in relation to IGIS.

2.3 Programming "Extern switching"


Using function 517 you can program at the central unit 561-MB100 whether or not
switching actions that influence external arming of the central unit are permitted via IGIS.
If programming of "Extern switching by IGIS is set to "NO", the following switching
actions are not permitted :
- External arming of areas
- External disarming of areas.
- External deactivating of detector groups
- Clearing of detector groups with external arming.
- Clearing of tamper alarms.
- Clearing of intrusion alarms with external arming main area via the I/O devices
36 to 40.

With units designed as per VdS directives, "Extern switching by IGIS"


must be set to "NO" as otherwise the central unit is not nonreactive

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1. Tamper loudspeaker, flashing lamp


I/O deviceNo.

Name

loudspeaker

flashing lamp

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
tamper

0
1
2

no
released
not present

IS 0
tamper

0
1
2

no
released
not present

ConfigurationText:
Loudspeaker: SY_sabo(00001);
Flashing lamp: SY_sabo(00002);
I/O type:

1-2

Function value-

System tamper MB100/16/8

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

92

1.1 Acoustic messages


I/O deviceNo.

Name

main area 1

main area 2

*1)
5

main area 3

*2)
6

main area 4

*3)
7-9

Input states/
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
buzzer

0
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

buzzer off

IS 0
buzzer

0
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

buzzer off

IS 0
buzzer

0
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

buzzer off

IS 0
buzzer

0
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

buzzer off

reserved for extensions

*1) not available for 561-MB8


*2) not available for 561-MB8 und MB16
*3) not available for 561-MB8,MB16 und HB48
Configurations-Text:
Buzzer_main area_x
I/O type:

3-6

: SUHB_100(0003x);
Acoustic signalling MB100/16/8

Note :
These I/O devices are available starting version version V06.00, however not for E015.00.0Vxx
and not for E015.02.0Vxx

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2. System malfunctions
I/O deviceNo.

Name

10

energy supply

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
battery

0
1

ok
error

IS 1
battery storage

0
1

off
on

IS 2
AC

0
1

ok
on trouble

11

clock

IS 0
clock running

0
1

running
stopped

12

processor

IS 0 *2)
trouble
EPROM/RAM

0
1

off
on

13

printer

IS 0
programming

0
1

not present
present

IS 1
general trouble

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2
paper

0
1

ok
empty

*1)

*1) not available for 561-MB8 and MB16


*2) available starting version E015.03.0V06.xx, E015.06.0V05.xx, E015.07.0V05.xx
Configurations-Text
Energie_Stoerung
Uhr
Rechner_Stoerung
Stoerung_Drucker_x
I/O type:
10
11
12
13

: SY_Energ(00010);
: UHR_lauf(00011);
: SY_mc(00012);
: SY_Druck(0001x);

Energy supply MB100/16/8


Clock running MB100/16/8
Processor error MB100/16/8 M99/20
Printer state MB100/16/8

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

94

3. Switching devices
I/O deviceNo.

Name

20

switching device 1

21

Input states

switching device 2

O
35

switching device 16

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
main area No.

0
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2 *1)
area 3 *2)
area 4 *3)

IS 1
sub area No.

0
1
2
15

no subarea
subarea 1
subarea 2
...
subarea 15

IS 2
switching position

0
1
2

open
closed
not present

IS 3
operation possible

1
2

yes
no

IS 4
tamper housing

0
1

off
on

IS 5 *4)
tamper line

0
1

off
on

IS 6 *5)
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 7 *6)
tamper door
break

0
1

off
on

IS 0
main area No.

0
1

not present
area 1
...

...

...

...

...

...

...

IS 7 *6)
tamper door
break

0
1

off
on

I/O device lists

95

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

not available with 561-MB16


not available with 561-MB8 and MB16
not available with 561-MB8, MB16 and HB48
- Line tampering (armed resp. disarmed input) via switching device connected
to the analog channel.
- Line tampering between the Identkey evaluation unit and the
Identkey operating unit resp., the Identkey block lock
if the switching device is connected to bus2.
*5) Only if a switching device is connected to a bus.
*6) Available starting version E015.07.0V02.00
This I/O device state serves the display of unauthorized door opening
if an ACS-1 is connected.

Configuration-Text:
HBxxx_UBxxx_SExxx
HBxxx_UBxxx_SExxx
I/O type:

: Sch_100(000xx);
: SchB_100(000xx); {switching device Bus}

20-35 switching device MB100/16

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

96

4. Main areas 1...4


I/O deviceNo.

Name

36

main area 1

37 *1)

main area 2

Input states/
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
activation status

0
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed
not present

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
violent alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 4 *6)
trouble_1x
ext_blocked

0
1

off
on

IS 5 *4)
arming possible

0
1
2
3

no
internally
externally
internally and externally

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3
4
5

disarmed
armed internally delayed
armed internally
delete
armed externally *5)
delete tamper
*7)

IS 0
activation status

0
1
2

...

...

...

disarmed
armed internally
armed externally
not present

38 *2)

main area 3

...

...

...

39 *3)

main area 4

...

...

...

3
4
5

...
delete
armed externally *5)
delete tamper
*7)

OS 0
switch

I/O device lists

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)
*5)

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB8, MB16 und HB48
with V3.0, not for E015.00.0Vxx and not for E015.02.0Vxxx
available starting version E015.02.0V06.04, E015.03/.06/.07.0V01.00, E015.05.0V05.00 ,
E015.04.0V06.0
*6) Up to V01.02 the state IS 4 "trouble 2 * was "externally blocked"
*7) avilable from V06.00, not for E015.00.0Vxx and not for E015.02.0Vxxx
Configurations-Text:
Main area_x
: HB_100(0003x);
I/O type:

36-39 Main area MB100/MB16

97

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

98

5. sub areas
I/O deviceNo.

Name

40

main area 1

sub area 1

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
arming condition

0
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
positive drive

0
1

not possible
possible

OS 0
switch

0
1

disarm
arm

O
54

main area 1

IS 0
arming condition

0
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed

sub area 15

IS 1
aarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
positive drive

0
1

not possible
possible

OS 0
switch

0
1

disarm
arm

main area

I/Os of sub areas

234

55...69 *1)
70...84 *2)
85...99 *3)

*1) not available with 561-MB8


*2) not available with 561-MB8 and MB16
*3) not available with 561-MB8, MB16 and HB48
Configurations-Text:
Hbxx_UBxx

Function value-

: HBUB_100(000xx);

I/O type:
40-99 sub area MB100/MB16
I/O device 100 is not used.

I/O device lists

99

6. Groups
I/O device-

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

101

Input states

Group
01

output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
condition

O
1
2

ok
released
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS4
tamper

O
1

off
on

IS 5
main area

O
1
2
3

IS 6
sub area

O
1

area 1
area 2 *1)
area 3 *2)
area 4 *3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

OS 0
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2 *4)
erase

erase

with 561-MB8 the I/O devices 109-199 are not applicable


with 561-MB16 the I/O devices 117-199 are not applicable
with HB48 the I/O devices 149-199 are not applicable

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

199

...

...

...

...

group
99

output states

OS 2 *4)
erase

erase

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 and MB16
not available with 561-MB8, MB16 and HB48
available starting version V06.00, not with E015.00.0Vxx and not with E015.02.0Vxxx

Configurations-Text:
Gruppe_xx
: Grp_100(00xxx);
I/O type:

101-199
200

Group intrusion MB100/16/8


Group intrusion MB100/16/8 filtered
not used.

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

100

7. Inputs 1 - 56 with analog resistance measurement


I/O deviceNo.

Name

201

analog input 1

Input states

Function valueNo.

IS 0
physical situation

O
1
2
3
4

resistor area 1 (short circuit)


resistor area 2 (short circuit)
resistor area 3 (ok)
resistor area 4 (rupture)
resistor area 5 (rupture)

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
main area

O
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2
*1)
area 3
*2)
area 4
*3)

IS 3 *4)
sub area

O
1

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

15
202

input 2

Name

IS 0
physical situation

O
1

resistor area 1 (short circuit)


resistor area 2 (short circuit)
...

...

...

...

with 561-MB8 the I/O devices 209-256 are not applicable


with 561-MB16 the I/O devices 217-256 are not applicable
256

input 56

...

...

...

IS 3 *4)
sub area

O
1

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

15
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 and MB16
not available with 561-MB8, MB16 and HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00
E015.06.0V04.00

Configurations-Text:
Analog_Input_xx : AE_100(002xx);
I/O type:

201-256

Analog-Input MB100/16/8

I/O device lists

Notes:
1) Input 17 to input 22 (I/O 217-222) are not available if the first expansion board is
a 2 BSA/10-MGE module.
2) Input 33 to input 38 (I/O 233-238) are not available if the second expansion board is a 2
BSA/10-MGE module.
3) Inputs 49 to 54 (I/O 249-254) are not available if the third expansion board is a
2 BSA/10-MGE module.
4) The function value 0 with I/O device state 2 is transmitted if the input
is not allocated to a detector group.
This is the case if
- the input is programmed at detector group 0.
- a switching device is connected at the input.

101

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

102

8. Subscriber BUS1 String


I/O deviceNo.

Name

257

user 1
detector bus string
1
*5)

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on
not present

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area

O
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2 *1)
area 3 *2)
area 4 *3)

IS 6 *4)
sub area

O
1

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

15
O

319

user 63
detector bus
string1

...

O
1
2
3
4

...

IS 6 *4)
sub area

O
1

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

15
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB8, MB16 and HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00
E015.06.0V04.00
*5) Special monitoring states possible for operation unit-modules, door-modules, radio-modules
and alarmings-modules (see next pages - see also "BUS1" Installation and Programming
Instructions 561-MB100).
User BUS1 String 2: I/O320 to I/O382 *3)
"
"
3: I/O383 to I/O445 *3)
"
"
4: I/O446 to I/O508 *3)
"
"
5: I/O509 to I/O571 *3)
Configurations-Text:
Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
: Bus1_Tln(00xxx);
I/O type:
257-571
Bus1-user MB100/16/8
BUS1 user "operating unit module"

I/O device lists

103

The operating unit module occupies 2 addresses on BUS1 and thus also 2 I/O devices (n, n+1).
Only the BUS1 addresses 1, 5, 9,..can be occupied by operating unit modules. Thus, it is
automatically the case that only specific I/O devices can be used for operating unit modules (e.
g. with string 1 I/O 257/258, I/O 261/262, I/O 265/266 ...).
I/O deviceNo.

Name

user x
detector bus string y

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5
main area
*4)

O
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2 *1)
area 3 *2)
area 4 *3)

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5
main area
*4)

O
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2 *1)
area 3 *2)
area 4 *3)

IS 0
not applicable
IS 1
not applicable

IS 6
not applicable
n+1

user x+1
detector bus string y

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

IS 6
not applicable
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 and MB16
not available with 561-MB16, MB8 and HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00
E015.06.0V04.00

Configurations-Text:
n: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
n+1: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx

: Bus1_Bdt(00xxx);
: Bus1_Adr(00xxx);

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

104

BUS1 user "door module"


The door module occupies 3 addresses on BUS1 and thus also 3 I/O devices (n,n+1,n+2). Only
the BUS1 addresses 1, 5, 9,... can be occupied by door modules. Thus, it is automatically the
case that only specific I/O devices can be used for door modules (e. g. with string 1
I/O257/258/259, I/O 261/262/263, I/O 265/266/267...).
I/O deviceNo.

Name

user x
detector bus
string y

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
release opening contact

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm opening contact

O
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area

O
1
2
3
4

user x+1
detector bus
string y

O
1

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

O
1

ok
on trouble

O
1

existing
not present

IS 2
release RSK

O
1

off
on

IS 3
not applicable

O
1

off
on

IS 6 *4)
sub area

n+1

Function value-

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable
IS 4
addressing
IS 5,6
not applicable

n+2

user x+2
detector bus
string y

IS 0
lock release
IS 1
not applicable

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105

IS 4
addressing

O
1

IS 5 *4)
main area
RSK

O
1
2
3
4

IS 6 *4)
sub area
RSK

O
1
15

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

ok
on trouble
not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
* 2)
* 3)

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 and MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 and HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00
E015.06.0V04.00

Configuration-Text:
n: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
n+1: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
n+2: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx

: Bus1_TM1(00xxx);
: Bus1_Adr(00xxx);
: Bus1_TM2(00xxx);

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

106

BUS1-member "radio-module"
(ab E015.07.0V06.00)
The door module reserves 4 addresses of BUS1 and therefore also 4 I/O devices
(n,n+1,n+2,n+3).
I/O deviceNo.

Name

user x
detector bus y

n+1

user x+1
detector bus
string y

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release wireless detector

0
1
2

off
on
not existing

IS 1
alarm wireless detector

0
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

0
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area
wireless detector 1

0
1
2
3
4

IS 6 *4)
sub area
wireless detector 1

0
1

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

IS 0
release battery error

0
1

off
on

IS 1
Alarm not applicable

0
1

off

IS 2
release wireless detector 2

0
1

off
on

IS 3
alarm wireless detector 2

0
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area
wireless detector 2

0
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

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n+2

n+3

user x+2
detector bus
string y

user x+3
detector bus
string y

0
1
15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

IS 0
radio transmission
disconnection

0
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm radio transmission
disconnection

0
1

off
on

IS 2
release wireless detector 3

0
1

off
on

IS 3
alarm wireless detector 3

0
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area
wireless detector 3

0
1
2
3
4

not present

IS 6 *4)
sub area
wireless detector 3

0
1

IS 6 *4)
sub area
wireless detector 2

area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

IS 0
release external signal

0
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm external signal

0
1

off
on

IS 2
release wireless detector 4

0
1

off
on

IS 3
alarm wireless detector 4

0
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area
wireless detector 4

0
1
2
3
4

IS 6 *4)
sub area
wireless detector 4

0
1
15

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)
no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

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108

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 und HB48
available starting version version V06.00, but not for E015.00.0Vxx and not for
E015.02.0Vxx

Configurations-Text:
n: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
n+1: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
n+2: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx
n+3: Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx

: Bus1_Adr(00xxx);
: Bus1_FU2(00xxx);
: Bus1_FU3(00xxx);
: Bus1_FU4(00xxx);

I/O-Types:
n: 300010065
n+1: 300010066
n+2: 300010067
n+3: 300010068

Bus1-radio module MB100/16/8 Adr


Bus1-radio module MB100/16/8 2
Bus1-radio module MB100/16/8 3
Bus1-radio module MB100/16/8 4

I/O device lists

109

Alarming-modules - valid for the components flashing lamp and loudspeaker


I/O deviceNo.

Name

user x
detector bus string y

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release monitoring

0
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm monitoring

0
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

0
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5 *4)
main area

0
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

IS 6
not applicable
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 und HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00
E015.06.0V04.00

Configurations-Text:
Bus1_Stx_Tlnxx

: Bus1_ALM(00xxx);

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

110

9. Inputs databus-string
I/O deviceNo.

Name

572

user 0
input 1

573

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm released

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
Main area

0
1
2
3
4

IS 3 *4)
sub area

0
1

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

input 2

IS 1
alarm released

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
main area

0
1
2
3
4
0
1

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

user 0

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

input 3

IS 1
alarm released

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
main area

0
1
2
3
4

IS 3 *4)
sub area

575

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

user 0

IS 3 *4)
sub area

574

Function value-

0
1

not present
main area 1
main area 2
main area 3
main area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

user 0

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

input 4

IS 1
alarm released

0
1

off
on

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111

main area

0
1
2
3
4

IS 3 *4)
sub area

0
1

IS 2 *4)

576

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

input 5

IS 1
alarm release

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
main area

0
1
2
3
4
0
1

not present
main area 1
main area 2
main area 3
main area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

user 1

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

input 1

...

...

...

O
891

*1)
*2)
*3)

user 0

IS 3 *4)
sub area

577

not present
main area 1
main area 2
main area 3
main area 4

user 63

...

input 5

IS 3 *4)
sub area

O
...
0
1
15

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

o sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 und HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00 and
E015.06.0V04.00
I/O(user ,EING) = 571 + 5*(user ) + EING
I/O = I/O device-Nr, user = member-No, EING = input number

Configurations-Text:
Bus2_Tlnxx_Eingx : B2_Tln_E(00xxx);

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

112

BUS2-user spektron, dektron and ultrasonic detector


I/O deviceNo.

Name

user x
input 1

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

0
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)

0
1
2
3
4

main area

IS 3 *4)

0
1

sub area
15

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

n+1

user x
input 2

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

0
1

n+2

user x
input 3

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

0
1

n+3

user x
input 4

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

0
1

n+4

user x
input 5

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

0
1

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 und HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00,
E015.06.0V04.00

I/O device lists

113

BUS2-user 5-Output module , user interfaces, telephone dialling device


I/O deviceNo.

Name

user x
input 1

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm release

O
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
main area

O
1
2
3
4

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

IS 3
not applicable

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

n+1

user x
input 2

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

n+2

user x
input 3

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

n+3

user x
input 4

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

n+4

user x
input 5

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 und HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00,
E015.06.0V04.00

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

114

BUS2-user Identkey-operating unit and Identkey-lock


I/O device-

Input states

Function value-

No.

Name

user x
input 1

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

0
1

n+1

user x

IS 0
release opening
contact

0
1

off
on

input 2

IS 1
alarm opening
contact

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
main area
opening contact

0
1
2
3
4

IS 3 *4)
sub area
opening contact

0
1

n+2

No.

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

15

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

user x

IS 0
release RSG-contact

0
1

off
on

input 3

IS 1
alarm RSG

0
1

off
on

IS 2 *4)
Main area
RSG-contact

0
1
2
3
4

IS 3 *4)
sub area
RSG-contact

0
1
15

*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)

Name

n+3

user x
input 4

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

n+4

user x
input 5

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

not present
area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

*1)
*2)
*3)

no sub area
sub area 1
...
sub area 15

not available with 561-MB8


not available with 561-MB8 und MB16
not available with 561-MB16,MB8 und HB48
available starting version E015.03/.07.0V01.02, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00,
E015.06.0V04.00

I/O device lists

115

10. User -Stati Databus-string


I/O deviceNo.

Name

892

user 0
databus

893

Input states

user 1
databus

No.

Name

IS 0
tamper of cover

0
1

off
on

IS 1
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2 *1)
mainsault

0
1

off
on

IS 3 *1)
battery trouble

0
1

off
on

IS 4 *1)
battery trouble

0
1

off
on

IS 0
tamper of cover

0
1

off
on

...

...

...

O
955

user 63
databus

Function value-

IS 0
tamper of cover

off
on

IS 1
addressing

0
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2 *1)
mains trouble

0
1

off
on

IS 3 *1)
battery trouble

0
1

off
on

IS 4 *1)
battery trouble

0
1

off
on

*1) available starting version E015.03/.07.0V02.00, E015.04.0V06.00, E015.05.0V05.00


E015.06.0V04.00
Configurations-Text:
Bus2_Status_Tlnxx
I/O type:

: B2_S_Tln(00xxx);

892-955

Bus2-Input module MB100/16/8

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

116

11. User-Stati IBUS-users


I/O deviceNo.

Name

956

user 1
I-Bus

Input states

Function valueNo.

IS 0
type of user

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

IS 1
addressing

O
1

ok
error

IS 2
trouble EPROM/RAM

O
1

off
on

IS 3
trouble 1

O
1

off
on

IS 4
trouble 2

O
1

off
on

IS 5
trouble 3

O
1

off
on

IS 6
trouble 4

O
1

off
on

IS 7
trouble 5

O
1

off
on

IS 0
type of user

not present
...

*1)

957
*1)

user 2
I-Bus

O
963
*1)

Name

user 8
I-Bus

not present
group
detector
bus
I/O
keyboard
not in use (05)
AWUG
DS7500
DGA2400

IS 5
trouble 3

O
1

off
on

IS 6
trouble 4

O
1

off
on

IS 7
trouble 5
*1) not available with 561-MB8 and HB48

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text:
Error_IBUS_Tln_x : SY_IBUS(009xx);
I/O type:

956-963

User IBUS 256

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12. Controllable outputs


Up to version E015.00.0V05.x there are max. 10 controllable outputs available.
(incl. I/O 973).
I/O deviceNo.

Name

964

IGIS
output 1

965

Input states/
Output states

IGIS
output 2

O
1043

IGIS
output 80

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
switching

O
1

off
on

IS 0
alarm

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switching

O
1

off
on

IS 0
alarm

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switching

O
1

off
on

IS 0
alarm

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text:
IGIS_Control_Offgxx : IG_Offg(0xxxx);
I/O type:

964 - 1043

IGIS Output IGIS MB100/16/8

561-MB100/16/8 HB48

118

13. Remote inputs


(not available with program versions E015.00.0V01...V05.3)
Remote inputs can influence groups (via IGIS). Allocation to the groups is fixed. The function of
remote inputs corresponds to that of the input detector bus (BUS1) and databus (BUS2) users.
I/O device-

Input states/
Output states

No.

Name

1044

IGIS
remote input 1

1045

IGIS
remote input 2
O

1147

IGIS
remote input 104

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 1
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm

O
O
1

off
on

Group allocation:
Via the menue "Detector group offset for the remote inputs" in the programming function 517
you can define to which area of detector groups the remote inputs may be allocated. Always 8
remote inputs are allocated to a detector group. The following table shows the allocation:
IGIS remote input -> allocated to detector group
1 - 8 -> detector group - Offset+0
9 - 16 -> detector group - Offset+1
17 - 24 -> detector group - Offset+2
25 - 32 -> detector group - Offset+3
33 - 40 -> detector group - Offset+4
41 - 48 -> detector group - Offset+5
49 - 56 -> detector group - Offset+6
57 - 64 -> detector group - Offset+7
65 - 72 -> detector group - Offset+8
73 - 80 -> detector group - Offset+9
81 - 88 -> detector group - Offset+10
89 - 96 -> detector group - Offset+11
97 - 104 -> detector group - Offset+12

- default setting
- 80
- 81
- 82
- 83
- 84
- 85
- 86
- 87
- 88
- 89
- 90
- 91
- 92

Configurations-Text:
IGIS_remote_inputxxx : IG_Eing(0xxxx);
I/O type:

964-1043

remote input IGIS MB100/16/8

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14. Identkey last received


(available starting version E015.XX.0V08)
I/O deviceNo.
1148

Input states

Function value-

Name

No.

last key of
switching device 1
*1)

IS 2 *2)
last key tens

0 *2)
to
5

key number
value 101

IS 3 *2)
last key one

0 *2)
to
9

key number
value 100

IS 4
last action

O
1163

last key of
switching
device 16
*1)

Name

IS 2 *2)
last key tens
IS 3 *2)
last key one
IS 4
last action

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
O

nothing
activated
deactivated
deactivated + door free
door free
locked
unlocked
unknown
area armed internal
O

0 *2)
bis
5

key number
value 101

0 *2)
bis
9

key number
value 100

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

nothing
activated
deactivated
deactivated + door free
door free
locked
unlocked
unknown
area armed internal

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*1)
*2)

For the central unit HB48 the number of switching devices is limited to eight.
=>I/O 1157-1164 not available.
Number of programmable keys :
Central unit MB8
(E015.05.0V0XX) :
20 keys
Central unit MB16
(E015.06.0V0XX) :
20 keys
Central unit MB100 (E015.07.0V0XX) :
50 keys
Central unit HB48
(E015.08.0V0XX) :
24 keys

Configurations-Text:
Identkey_Schluesselxx : ID_SL(0xxxx).

I/O type:

1148 - 1163 Identkey (last received)

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10.5 Connection of the control unit 561-MB100.10 to the


IGIS-network

1. Possible configurations of the system

1.1 System connection via the IGIS-LAN-Net

IGIS-LAN

1.2 System connection via the telecommunication networks

Fernsprechnetz

2.

Communication with the IGIS-Netz

The Description "Connection of IGIS devices to the IGIS net" gives more information about the
Communication with the IGIS-net.

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2.1

Access code

A special access code for IGIS is available for the commands INIT_MP and SET_FILT.
This special code is entered in the M100 using the programming function 517.

2.2

Tamper message

Using the function 517 you can program at the central unit 561-MB100 whether or not a tamper
message shall be triggered if a wrong access code has been entered .
If "Tamper if code incorrect" is active, triggering of a tamper message is executed
if a wrong access code has been entered 9 times or if a wrong password (561-MB100) has been
transmitted.
For systems designed as per VdS directives,
"Tamper if code incorrect" may not be active otherwise the central unit
is no longer nonreactive in relation to IGIS.

2.3

Programming "Extern switching"

Using function 517 you can program at the central unit 561-MB100 whether or not
switching actions that influence external arming of the central unit are permitted via IGIS.
If programming of "Extern switching by IGIS is set to "NO", the following switching
actions are not permitted :
- External arming of areas
- External disarming of areas.
- External deactivating of detector groups
- Clearing of detector groups with external arming.
- Clearing of tamper alarms.
- Clearing of intrusion alarms with external arming main area via the I/O devices
Pos. 4 Main areas 1...16 IS 0).
With units designed as per VdS directives, "Extern switching by IGIS"
must be set to "NO" as otherwise the central unit is not nonreactive

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1. Tamper loudspeaker, flashing lamp


I/O deviceNo.

Name

loudspeaker

flashing lamp

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

MZ 0
tamper

O
1

ok
released (stored)

MZ 0
tamper

O
1

ok
released (stored)

I/O number:
I/O- start:
1
I/O- end:
2

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

System tamper
MB100.10

300010001

System tamper
MB100.10

300010001

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2. System malfunctions
I/O deviceNo.

Name

energy supply

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
battery

O
1

off
on

IS 1
battery storage

O
1

off
on

IS 2
AC

O
1

off
on

clock

IS 0
clock running

O
1

running
stopped

processor

IS 0
trouble
EPROM, RAM
Non-vol.. RAM
Config. I-BUS

O
1

off
on

printer
parallel port

IS 0
Progr.

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
general trouble

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2
paper

O
1

in Ordnung
leer

IS 0
programming

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
general trouble

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2
paper

O
1

ok
empty

*1)

*1)

Input states

printer
serial port

not available for central unit types without printer port

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I/O number:
I/O- start:
3
I/O- end:
7

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

system energy
tropuble

300010010

clock running
MB100.10

300010011

processor trouble
MB100.10

300010012

system printer
state MB100.10

300010013

system printer
state MB100.10

300010013

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3. Switching devices
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

I/O- start =
8

switching device 1

Function valueNo.

Name
not present
not present

I/O- start
+1

IS 2
switching
position

O
1

open
closed
not present

IS 3
operation
possible

O
1

yes
no

IS 4
tamper
housing

O
1

off
on

IS 5 *4)
tamper line

O
1

off
on

IS 6 *5)
adressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 7 *6)
tamper door
break

O
1

off
on

switching device 2

not present
...
...

I/O- start
+63

*4)

*5)
*6)

switching device 64

...

...

...

...

...

IS 7 *6)
tamper door
break

O
1

off
on

- Line tampering (armed resp. disarmed input) via switching device connected
to the analog channel.
- Line tampering between the Identkey evaluation unit and the
Identkey operating unit resp., the Identkey block lock
if the switching device is connected to bus2.
Only if a switching device is connected to a bus.
This I/O device state serves the display of unauthorized door opening
if an ACS-1 is connected.

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I/O number:
I/O- start:
8
I/O- end:
71

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start = 8

switching
device
MB100.10

300010021

hh *2)
(area of
switching
device)

uu *2)
(area of
switching
device)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+63

switching
device
MB100.10

300010021

hh *2)
(area of
switching
device)

uu *2)
(area of
switching
device)

*2)

hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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4. Main areas 1...16


I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/O- start =72

Main area 1

I/O- start +1

*)

Main area 2

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
activation status

O
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed

IS 1
intrusion alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
violent alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
trouble 1x
ext. blocked

O
1

off
on

IS 5
arming possible

O
1
2
3

no
internally
externally
internally and externally

IS 6
buzzer

O
1

off
on

SF 0
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5

disarmed
armed internally delayed
armed internally
delete
armed externally
delete tamper

SF 1
switch buzzer

off

IS 0
activation status

O
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed

...

...

...

I/O- start +2

Main area 3

...

...

...

I/O- start +3
to
I/O- start + 14

Main area 4..15

...

...

...

I/O- start
+15

Main area 16

...

...

...

SF 1
switch buzzer

stop alarm &


switch buzzer off

Central control unit types with less possible main areas have correspondingly less
I/O devices.

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 72
I/O- end: 87

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start = 72

Main area
MB100.10

300011071

hh *2)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+15

Main area
MB100.10

300011071

hh *2)

*2) hh Main area 1-16

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5. Sub areas
I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/O- start
=88

Main area 1

Sub area 1

Input states

O
I/O- start
+62

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
activation
status

O
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
positive drive

O
1

not possible
possible

SF 0
switch

O
1

disarm
arm

Main area 1

IS 0
activation
status

O
1
2

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed

Sub area 63

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
positive drive

O
1

not possible
possible

SF 0
switch

O
1

disarm
arm

*) Central control unit types with less possible sub areas for each main area have
correspondingly less I/O devices.

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main area

I/O- start of other sub areas

number of I/O devices per sub area

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

I/O- start +63 *1)


I/O- start +126 *2)
I/O- start +189 *3)
I/O- start +252 *3)
I/O- start +315 *3)
I/O- start +378 *3)
I/O- start +441 *3)
I/O- start +504 *3)
I/O- start +567 *3)
I/O- start +630 *3)
I/O- start +793 *3)
I/O- start +756 *3)
I/O- start +819 *3)
I/O- start +882 *3)
I/O- start +945 *3)

63 *1)
63 *2)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)
63 *3)

*1) not available for central control unit types with less than 2 main areas
*2) not available for central control unit types with less than 3 main areas
*3) not available for central control unit types with less than 4 main areas

I/O number:
I/O- start: 88
I/O- end: 1095

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start = 88

sub area
MB100.10

300010040

hh *2)

uu *4)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+945

sub area
MB100.10

300010040

hh *2)

uu *4)

*4) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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6. Groups
I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/Ostart
=1101

input states 01

*)

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
condition

O
1
2

ok
released
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS4
tamper cover
and/or addressing

O
1

off
on

SF 0
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

SF 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

SF 2
erase

erase

...

...

...

...

control function
group 512

SF 2
delete

delete

control function
group 01

I/Ostart +
511

Input states

Central control unit types with less possible detector groups have correspondingly less
I/O devices.

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 1101
I/O- end: 1612

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device Name


No.

I/O
device-ID

Main area

I/O- start
=1101

group intrusion MB100.10


group intrusion filtered
*3)
tamper group MB100.10 *4)
hold up group MB100.10 *5)
locking group MB100.10 *6)
group intrusion without alarm *7)
group technical alarm MB100.10 *8)
group fire MB100.10 *9)

3,0001110e+ hh *2)
71
(area of
group)

uu *2)
(area of
group)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start
+511

group intrusion MB100.10


...

300011101

hh *2)
(area of
group)

uu *2)
(area of
group)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63
*3)
*4)
*5)
*6)
*7)
*8)
*9)

Changed state 0 is filtered


Changed state 1 tamper alarm (off / on (62))
Changed state 1 attack-alarm (off / on (63))
Changed state 0 lock (closed (28) / open (28), not present)
Changed state 1 alarm (ein) without associated alarm reason
Changed state 1 Technic-alarm (off / on (24))
Changed state 0 state ( ok / technical malfunction (161)/ not present)
Changed state 1 alarm (off / on (27))

Sub area

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7. Inputs 1 - 56 with analog resistance measurement


I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/Ostart
=1618

Input 1

I/Ostart +1

I/Ostart
+55

*)

Input 2

Input 56

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
physical situation

O
1
2
3
4

IS 1
alarm

O
1

IS 0
physical situation

O
1

...

...

...

...

...

...

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

resistor area 1 (short circuit)


resistor area 2 (short circuit)
resistor area 3 (ok)
resistor area 4 (rupture)
resistor area 5 (rupture)
off
on
resistor area 1 (short circuit)
resistor area 2 (short circuit)
...

Central control unit types with less possible analog inputs have correspondingly less
I/O devices.

Notes:
1) Input 17 to input 22 (I/O- start+16 - I/O- start+21) are not available if the first expansion board
is a 2 BSA/10-MGE module.
2) Input 33 to input 38 (I/O- start+32 - I/O- start+37) are not available if the second expansion
board is a 2 BSA/10-MGE module.
3) Inputs 49 to 54 (I/O- start+48 - I/O- start+53) are not available if the third expansion board is
a 2 BSA/10-MGE module.

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 1618
I/O- end: 1673

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

analog-input
MB100.10

300011110

hh *2)
(area of group)

uu *2)
(area of group)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+55

analog-input
detector group
MB100.10

300011110

hh *2)
(area of group)

uu *2)
(area of group)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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8. User BUS-1 string 1 - string 9


I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

I/Ostart

BUS-1 string 1 user 1


*5)

O
I/Ostart +
62

BUS-1 string 1 user 63


*5)

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

...

IS 4
addressing

...

O
1

ok
on trouble

*5) Special monitoring states possible for operation unit-modules, door-modules, radio-modules
and alarmings-modules (see next pages - see also "BUS1" Installation and Programming
Instructions 561-MB100).

User BUS1 string


"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
*3)

2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:

I/O- start + 63 bis I/O- start + 125 *3)


I/O- start + 126 bis I/O- start + 188 *3)
I/O- start + 189 bis I/O- start + 251 *3)
I/O- start + 252 bis I/O- start + 314 *3)
I/O- start + 315 bis I/O- start + 377 *3)
I/O- start + 378 bis I/O- start + 440 *3)
I/O- start + 441 bis I/O- start + 503 *3)
I/O- start + 504 bis I/O- start + 566 *3)

Not available for central control unit types without IBUS and/or possible connection of the
BUS-1 Interface

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 1674
I/O- end: 2240

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

BUS-1 user
MB100.10

300011150

hh *2)
(area of
detector group)

ggg *2)
(detector
group)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+556

BUS-1 user
MB100.10

300011150

hh *2)
(area of
detector group )

ggg *2)
(detector
group)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


ggg Gruppeh 0-512

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BUS1-user interface
The user interface occupies 2 addresses on BUS1 and thus also 2 I/O devices (n, n+1). Only the
BUS1 addresses 1, 5, 9,..can be occupied by user interfaces. Thus, it is automatically the case
that only specific I/O devices can be used for user interfaces (e. g. with string 1 I/O I/O- start and
I/O- start+1, I/O- start+4 and I/O- start+5,
I/O- start+8 and I/O- start+9 ...).

I/O deviceNo.

Name

BUS-1
string x user y

n+1
BUS-1
string x user y+1

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
not applicable

O
1

IS 1
not applicable

O
1

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

O
1

IS 4
addressing

O
1

I/O-type

ok
on trouble

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

BUS-1 user
interface
MB100.10

300011151

hh *2)
(area to
IS 2, 3, 4)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 2, 3, 4)

n+1

BUS-1
addressing
MB100.10

300011152

hh *2)
(area to
IS 4)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 4)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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BUS1-user "door module"


The door module occupies 3 addresses on BUS1 and thus also 3 I/O devices (n,n+1,n+2).
Only the BUS1 addresses 1, 5, 9,... can be occupied by door modules. Thus, it is automatically the
case that only specific I/O devices can be used for door modules (e. g. with string 1
I/O- start and I/O- start+1 and I/O- start+2, I/O- start+4 and I/O- start+5 and I/O- start+6,
I/O- start+8 and I/O- start+9 and I/O- start+10...).

I/O deviceNo.

Name

BUS-1
string x user y

n+1

n+2

BUS-1
string x user y+1

BUS-1
string x user y+2

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release opening contact

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm opening contact

O
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0,1,2,3
not applicable

O
1

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0
lock release

O
1

present
not present

IS 1
not applicable

O
1

IS 2
release RSK

O
1

off
on

IS 3
not applicable

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

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I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

BUS-1
door module 1
MB100.10

300011153

hh *2)
(area to
IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 0,1)

n+1

BUS-1
addressing
MB100.10

300011152

-----

-----

n+2

BUS-1
door module 1
2 MB100.10

300011154

hh *2)
(area to
IS 2)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 2)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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BUS1-user ""radio-module"
The door module reserves 4 addresses of BUS1 and therefore also 4 I/O devices (n,n+1,n+2,n+3).
I/O deviceNo.

Name

BUS-1
string x user y

n+1

n+2

n+3

BUS-1
string x user y+1

BUS-1
string x user y+2

BUS-1
string x user y+3

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release wireless detector

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm release wireless detector

O
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0
release battery error

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm not applicable

off

IS 2
Auslsung
Funkmelder 2

O
1

off
on

IS 3
alarm wireless detector 2

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0
radio transmission
disconnection

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm radio transmission
disconnection

O
1

off
on

IS 2
release wireless detector 3

O
1

off
on

IS 3
alarm wireless detector 3

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0
release external signal

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm external signal

O
1

off
on

IS 2
release wireless detector 4

O
1

off
on

IS 3
alarm wireless detector 4

O
1

off
on

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IS 4
addressing

I/O-type

O
1

ok
on trouble

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

BUS-1
radio module
MB100.10

300011165

hh *2)
(area to
IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 0,1)

n+1

BUS-1
radio module
MB100.10 1

300011166

hh *2)
(area to
IS 2,3)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 2,3)

n+2

BUS-1
radio module
MB100.10 2

300011167

hh *2)
(area to
IS 2,3)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 2,3)

n+3

BUS-1
radio module
MB100.10 3

300011168

hh *2)
(area to
IS 2,3)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 2,3)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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Alarm-modules - valid for the components flashing lamp and loudspeaker


I/O deviceNo.

Name

BUS-1
string x user y

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release monitoring

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm monitoring

O
1

off
on

IS 2
tamper released

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

BUS-1
alarm module
MB100.10

300011155

hh *2)
(area to
IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area to
IS 0,1)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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9. Inputs BUS-2 String 1-8


I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/Ostart

BUS-2 string 1
user 0 input 1

I/Ostart
+1

I/Ostart
+2

I/Ostart
+3

I/Ostart
+4

Input states

BUS-2
string 1 user 0
input 2

BUS-2
string 1user 0 input 3

BUS-2 string 1 user 0


input 4

BUS-2 string 1user 0


input 5

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on
off
on
on

I/Ostart
+5

BUS-2 string 1
user 1 input 1

O
I/Ostart
+319

BUS-2 string 1
user 63
input 5

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

...

...

...

...

O
1

...

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

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User BUS2 string 2: I/O- start + 320 bis I/O- start + 639
"
"
"
3: I/O- start + 640 bis I/O- start + 959
"
"
"
4: I/O- start + 960 bis I/O- start + 1279
"
"
"
5: I/O- start + 1280 bis I/O- start + 1599
"
"
"
6: I/O- start + 1600 bis I/O- start + 1919
" "
"
7: I/O- start + 1920 bis I/O- start + 2239
"
"
"
8: I/O- start + 2240 bis I/O- start + 2559

*3)
*3)
*3)
*3)
*3)
*3)
*3)

*3) not available for central control unit types without IBUS and /or possible connection of the BUS2 Interfaces.

Formula for calculating the appropriate I/O device:


I/O(STR,user,EING) = |I/O- start| + (STR-1)*64*(TLN)*5 +(EING-1)
Legende:
I/O =I/O device number, I/O- start = I/O device start value, STR = String,TLN = user -number,
EING = input number

I/O number:
I/O- start: 2241
I/O- end: 4800

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

BUS-2
input module
MB100.10

300011160

hh *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS0,1)

uu *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS0,1)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+2559

BUS-2
input module
MB100.10

300011160

hh *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS0,1)

uu *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS0,1)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63
On the next pages you see the BUS-2 users, which differ from the described rule.

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BUS2-user spektron, dektron and ultrasonic detector


I/O deviceNo.

Name

+user x

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1

off
on

input 1

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

n+1

BUS-2
string y user x input 2

IS 0,1
not applicable

O
1

n+2

BUS-2
string y user x input 3

IS 0,1
not applicable

O
1

n+3

BUS-2
string y user x input 4

IS 0,1
not applicable

O
1

n+4

BUS-2
string y user x input 5

IS 0,1
not applicable

O
1

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I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O
device
No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

BUS-2
input module
MB100.10

300011160

hh *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

n+1

BUS-2
string y user x input 2
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+2

BUS-2
string y user x input 3
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+3

BUS-2
string y user x input 4
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+4

BUS-2
string y user x input 5
MB100.10

-----

-----

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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BUS2-user 5-output module, user interfaces, telephone dialling device


I/O device-

Input states

Function value-

No.

Name

No.

BUS-2
string y user x input 1

IS 0,1
not applicable

0
1

n+1

BUS-2
string y user x input 2

IS 0,1
not applicable

0
1

n+2

BUS-2
string y user x input 3

IS 0,1
not applicable

0
1

n+3

BUS-2
string y user x input 4

IS 0,1
not applicable

0
1

n+4

BUS-2
string y user x input 5

IS 0,1
not applicable

0
1

For these users no output state is resulting

Name

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I/O-type
I/O device No.

Name

BUS-2
string y user x input 1

Parameter-IDs
I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

-----

-----

MB100.10
n+1

BUS-2
string y user x input 2
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+2

BUS-2
string y user x input 3
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+3

BUS-2
string y user x input 4
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+4

BUS-2
string y user x input 5
MB100.10

-----

-----

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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BUS2-user identkey-operating unit and identkey-lock


I/O device-

Input states

Function value-

No.

Name

BUS-2
string y user x input 1

IS 0,1
not applicable

O
1

n+1

BUS-2
string y user x input 2

IS 0
release opening
contact

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm opening contact

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release RSG-contact

O
1

off
on

release IS 1
alarm RSG

O
1

off
on

IS 0 *5)
release UMG.

O
1

off
on

IS 1 *5)
alarm UMG

O
1

off
on

IS 0,1
not applicable

O
1

n+2

n+3

n+4

BUS-2
string y user x input 3

BUS-2
string y user x input 4

BUS-2
string y user x input 5

*5) only available for IK-2 keyboard

No.

Name

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I/O-type
I/O device No.

Name

Parameter-IDs
Main area

Sub area

BUS-2 string y
user x input 1
MB100.10

-----

-----

n+1

BUS-2 string y
user x input 2
MB100.10

hh *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

n+2

BUS-2 string y
user x input 3
MB100.10

hh *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

n+3

BUS-2 string y
user x input 4
MB100.10

hh *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area of
detector group
(IS 0,1)

n+4

BUS-2 string y
user x input 5
MB100.10

-----

-----

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

I/O device-ID

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10. User-Stati BUS-2 String 1-9


I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

I/Ostart

BUS-2
string 1 user 0

I/Ostart
+1

BUS-2
string 1user 1

O
I/Ostart
+63

BUS-2 string 1user


63

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
tamper of cover

O
1

off
on

IS 1
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2 *1)
mains fault

O
1

off
on

IS 3 *1)
battery fault

O
1

off
on

IS 4 *1)
battery fault

O
1

off
on

IS 0
tamper of cover

O
1

off
on

...

...

...

IS 0
tamper of cover

O
1

off
on

IS 1
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2 *1)
mains fault

O
1

off
on

IS 3 *1)
battery fault

O
1

off
on

IS 4 *1)
battery fault

O
1

off
on

*1) Only available for BUS-2 user wih own energy supply
(e.g.: BUS-2 64 MG - operating terminal)
User BUS2 string
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"

2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:

I/O- start + 64 bis I/O- start + 127 *3)


I/O- start + 128 bis I/O- start + 191 *3)
I/O- start + 192 bis I/O- start + 255 *3)
I/O- start + 256 bis I/O- start + 319 *3)
I/O- start + 320 bis I/O- start + 383 *3)
I/O- start + 384 bis I/O- start + 447 *3)
I/O- start + 448 bis I/O- start + 511 *3)

*3) Not available for central control unit types without IBUS and/or possible connection of the
BUS-2 Interface

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Formula for calculating the appropriate I/O device:


I/O(STR,user,EING) = |I/O- start| + (STR-1)*64*(TLN)
Legende:
I/O =I/O device number, I/O- start = I/O device start value, STR = String,TLN = user -number,
EING = input number

I/O number:
I/O- start: 4801
I/O- end: 5312

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

BUS-2
user -state
databus

300010070

hh *2)
(area of BUS-2
user (IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area of BUS-2
user (IS 0,1)

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+511

BUS-2
user -state
databus

300010070

hh *2)
(area of BUS-2
user (IS 0,1)

uu *2)
(area of BUS-2
user (IS 0,1)

*2) hh Main area 1-16


uu Sub area 0-63

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11. User-Stati Subscriber IBUS


I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/Ostart

user 1
I-Bus *1)

I/Ostart
+1

user 2
I-Bus *1)

Input states
No.

user 8
I-Bus *1)

Name

IS 0
type of subscriber

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

IS 1
addressing

O
1

ok
error

IS 2
trouble EPROM,RAM

O
1

off
on

IS 3
trouble 1

O
1

off
on

IS 4
trouble 2

O
1

off
on

IS 5
trouble 3

O
1

off
on

IS 6
trouble 4

O
1

off
on

IS 7
trouble 5

O
1

off
on

IS 0
type of subscriber

not present
...

O
I/Ostart
+7

Function value-

not present
group
(01)
detector Bus1-module (0D)
data/Bus2-module
(08)
------IBUS-IGIS-Interface
(05)
---reserved

IS 5
trouble 3

O
1

off
on

IS 6
trouble 4

O
1

off
on

IS 7
trouble 5

O
1

off
on

*1) not available for central control unit types without IBUS

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 5313
I/O- end:
5320

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

IBUS
subscriber 1

300025612

hh *2)
(area of central
control unit)

uu *2)
(area of central
control unit)

subscriber
IBUS
MB100.10
...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+7

IBUS
subscriber 7

300025612

hh *2)
(area of central
control unit)

uu *2)
(area of central
control unit)

subscriber
IBUS
MB100.10
*2) hh Main area 1-16
uu Sub area 0-63

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12. Controllable outputs

I/O deviceNo.

Name

964

IGIS
output 1

Input states

Function value-

SF 0
switch
IS 0
response

I/Ostart
+1

IGIS
output 2

I/Ostart
+79

IGIS
output 80

O
1

off
on

O
1

IS 0
response
O

Name

O
1

SF 0
switch

No.

O
1
O

off
on
off
on
off
on

SF 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
response

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text:
IGIS_Steuer_Ausgxx : IG_Ausg();

I/O number:
I/O- start: 5321
I/O- end:
5400

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

Controllable
output IGIS
MB100.10

300010090

-----

-----

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+79

Controllable
output IGIS
MB100.10

300010090

-----

-----

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13. Remote inputs


Remote inputs can influence groups via IGIS. Allocation to the groups is fixed. The function of
remote inputs corresponds to that of the input detector bus (BUS1) and databus (BUS2) users.

I/O deviceNo.

Name

1044

IGIS
remote input 1

I/Ostart
+1

Input states

IGIS
remote input 2
O

I/Ostart
+12

IGIS
remote input 104

Function valueNo.

Name

SF 0
switch

O
1

off
on

IS 0
releasing

O
1

off
on

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

SF 0
switch

O
1

off
on

O
IS 1
alarm

O
O
1

off
on

Group allocation:
Via the menue "Detector group offset for the remote inputs" in the programming function 517 you
can define to which area of detector groups the remote inputs may be allocated. Always 8 remote
inputs are allocated to a detector group. The following table shows the allocation:
remote input ->
1 - 8 ->
9 - 16 ->
17 - 24 ->
25 - 32->
33 - 40 ->
41 - 48 ->
49 - 56 ->
57 - 64 ->
65 - 72 ->
73 - 80 ->
81 - 88 ->
89 - 96 ->
97 - 104 ->

allocated to detector group


detector group-Offset+0
detector group-Offset+1
detector group-Offset+2
detector group-Offset+3
detector group-Offset+4
detector group-Offset+5
detector group-Offset+6
detector group-Offset+7
detector group-Offset+8
detector group-Offset+9
detector group-Offset+10
detector group-Offset+11
detector group-Offset+12

- default setting
- 80
- 81
- 82
- 83
- 84
- 85
- 86
- 87
- 88
- 89
- 90
- 91
- 92

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 5401
I/O- end: 5504
I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

remote input
IGIS MB100

300010091

-----

-----

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+103

remote input
IGIS MB100

300010091

-----

-----

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14. Identkey last received

I/O deviceNo.

Name

I/Ostart

last key of
switching device 1

Input states

Function valueNo
.

IS1,2,3
not applicable
IS 4
last action with
this key

O
I/Ostart
+63

64

Name

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
O

nothing
activated
(*)
deactivated (*)
deactivated & door free (*)
door free only (*)
locked
(*)
unlocked
(*)
unknown key
area armed internal
O

IS1,2,3
not applicable
IS 4
last action with this
key

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

nothing
activated
(*)
deactivated (*)
deactivated & door free (*)
door free only (*)
locked
(*)
unlocked
(*)
unknown key
area armed internal

*1)

For central control units with less possible switching devices the number of I/O devices is
correspondingly reduced.

(*)

A string with key-name and key-index is attached to the marked values of IS4.

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I/O number:
I/O- start: 5505
I/O- end:
5568

I/O-type

Parameter-IDs

I/O device No.

Name

I/O device-ID

Main area

Sub area

I/O- start

Identkey
(last received)
MB100.10

300010094

-----

-----

...

...

...

...

...

I/O- start+63

Identkey
(last received)
MB100.10

300010094

-----

-----

(*) with attached string


Byte designation

Byte- sequence

value-area

number of strings

Fix 2

length of name

0-40

names

3. + length of name

all printable ASCII symbols

length of key index

2. + ( length of name +1)

Fix 3

key index 10 2

4. + (length of name +1)

item as ASCII symbol

key index 10 1

5. + (length of name +1)

item as ASCII symbol

key index 10 0

6. + (length of name +1)

item as ASCII symbol

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Connection of the control unit EMC 561-MB256 to the


IGIS network

1. Basic configurations of the system

IGIS_LAN

2.1 Access code


The IGIS access codes that are programmed in the central unit under function 513 serve as
access codes.

2.2 External access main areas


In function: 513 Configure IGIS, submenu External access main areas you can enable/disable
(via the IGIS network) external access for every main area and the pertaining sub-areas.
Execution of the following control functions is not possible if the main area is disabled:
- External arming of the main area
- External/internal arming of the pertaining sub-areas
- Disarm the externally armed main area
- Disarm externally armed sub area or internally armed sub area
- External disabling/enabling of detector groups of main area and the pertaining sub-areas
- Clear tamper
- Reset
- Clear detector groups
- Clear detector group users
- Triggering of macro
(Here the enabled area is the secured area. If nosecured area is available, the central
unit door area is used. If no central unit door area is available, area 1" is used as
external access main area).
All other control functions such as:
- Define/clear control outputs
- Disable/enable intrusion detection groups
- Main area delayed internal arming
- Main area not delayed internal arming
- Switch main area from internal arming to unarmed
- Clear technical alarm
- Clear fire alarm
- Clear messages
are always enabled irrelevant of the programming of External access main area.

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1. Tamper loudspeaker
I/O deviceNo.

Name

loudspeaker
module 1

loudspeaker
module 2

Input states

O
32

loudspeaker
module 32

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

no
released
not present

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

no
released
not present

O
1
2

no
released
not present

IS 0
tamper

The loudspeaker only is present (ok), if module x (1-32) is a connection module and the feature is
programmed.
Configurations-Text:
loudspeaker_xx
: SY_sabo(xxxxx);
I/O type:

1-32

System sabotage MB100/16/8

2. Tamper flash flashing lamp


I/O deviceNo.

Name

65

flashing lamp
module 1

66

flashing lamp
module 2

Input states

O
96

flashing lamp
module 32

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

no
released
not present

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

no
released
not present

O
1
2

no
released
not present

O
IS 0
tamper

The flashing lamp only is present (ok), if module x (1-32) is a connection module and the feature
is programmed.
Configurations-Text:
flashing lamp xx
: SY_sabo(xxxxx);
I/O type:
65-96 System sabotage MB100/16/8

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3. Energy trouble
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

129

energy trouble
module
1

O
160

energy trouble
module 32

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
programming

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
battery

O
1

ok
error

IS 2
battery storage

O
1

off
on

IS 3 *)
AC

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 0
programming

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
battery

O
1

ok
error

IS 2
battery storage

O
1

off
on

IS 3 *)
AC

O
1

ok
on trouble

The energy trouble only is present (ok), if module x (1-32) is a connection module and the feature
has been programmed. .

*)

The output "AC on trouble" appears with a delay of 20 seconds.

Configurations-Text:
Energy_trouble_xx
I/O type:

129-160

: ENS_256(xxxxx);
Energy trouble M256

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4. Processor error
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

193

processor

Function value-

IS 0
trouble EPROM/ RAM

No.

Name

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text:
Rechner_Stoerung : SY_mc(00193);
I/O type:

193

processor trouble M256/100/16/8 M299/20

5. Printer error
I/O deviceNo.

Name

194

printer 1

195

Input states

printer 2

O
213

printer 20

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
programming

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
general trouble

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2
paper

O
1

ok
empty

IS 0
programming

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
general trouble

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2
Papier

O
1

ok
empty

IS 0
programming

O
1

not present
present

IS 1
general trouble

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 2
paper

O
1

ok
empty

Currently only printer 1 and printer 2 available.


Configurations-Text:
Printer error_xx : SY_Druck(00xxx);
I/O type:
194-213
Printer state MB256/100/16/8

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6. User-Stati IBUS-participants
I/O deviceNo.

Name

214

participant 1
I-BUS

215

participant 2
I-BUS

Input states
No.

participant 32
I-BUS

Name

IS 0
type of participant

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

IS 1
IBUS-addressing

0
1

ok
error

IS 2
trouble EPROM/RAM

0
1

off
on

IS 3 *2)
trouble 1

0
1

off
on

IS 4
tamper

0
1

off
on

IS 5
trouble 3

0
1

off
on

IS 6
trouble 4

0
1

off
on

IS 7
trouble 5

0
1

off
on

IS 0
type of participant

0
1

...

...

O
245

Function value-

not present
group
detector
bus
I/O
keyboard
not in use
AWUG
DS7500 ISDN
DGA2400
DS 8500
IGIS LOOP- module

not present
group
...
...

...

...

...

IS 6
trouble 4

0
1

off
on

IS 7
trouble 5

0
1

off
on

*2) At detector bus and data bus modules : trouble BUS


Configurations-Text:
participant : SY_IBUS(002xx);
I/O type:
214-245
participant IBUS MB256

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7. Switching devices 1-250


I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

281

switching device 1
*1)

No.

Name

IS 0
switching position

O
1
2

open
closed
not present

IS 1
operation possible

O
1

yes
no

IS 2
tamper housing

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper line

O
1

off
on

IS 4 *2)
addressing

O
1

ok
on trouble

IS 5
area digit 3

O
.
.
9

zero
.
.
nine

IS 6
area digit 2

O
.
.
9

zero
.
.
nine

IS 7
area digit 1

O
.
.
9

zero
.
.
nine

O
530

switching device 250

Function value-

...

...

*1)

The numbering of the switching devices corresponds to the internal numbering in the
central unit MB256 and not to the numbering referring to the display/output.

*2)

only if the switching device is connected to a bus.

Configurations-Text:
HBxxx_UBxxx_SExxx
HBxxx_UBxxx_SExxx
I/O type:

281-530

: Sch_256(00xxx);
: SchB_256(00xxx); {switching device Bus}
Switchingdevicenit MB256

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8. Areas 1...250
I/O deviceNo.

Name

531

Area 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
activation status

O
1
2
3

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed
not present

IS 1
intruder alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
violent alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 3
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 4
receipt alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 5
trouble 2
ext. blocked

O
1

off
on

IS 6
ext. positive drive

O
1

no
yes

IS 7
audit

O
1

off
on

OS 0 *2)
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

OS 0 *3)
switch

O
1

disarm
armed

IS 0
activation status

O
1
2
3

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed
not present

*1)

532

area 2

O
780

area250

IS 0
activation status

disarm
internally armed delayed
armed
delete
delete tamper
delete general
delete technic
external armed

O
O
1
2
3

disarmed
internally armed
externally armed
not present

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1)

Numbering of the areas corresponds to the MB256 internal numbering


and not the numbering in the form of main and sub-areas as displayed/printout at the
central unit.

*2)

Switching functions if area is programmed as main area in the MB256.

*3)

Switching functions if area is programmed as sub-area in the MB256.

Configurations-Text:
Hbxxx
HBxxxUBxxx

: HB_256(00xxx);
{for main areas}
: HBUB_256(00xxx); {for sub areas}

I/O type:

531-780

Main area MB256

I/O type:

531-780

Main area MB256 (filtered, without positive drive)

I/O type:

531-780

Subn area MB256

I/O devices 781 to 800 are reserved for enlargement

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9. Controllable outputs
I/O deviceNo.

Name

801

IGIS control
output 1

802

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

OS 0
switching

O
1

off
on

IS 0
switch
(acknowledgement)

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switching

O
1

off
on

IS 0
switch
(acknowledgement)

O
1

off
on

IGIS control
output 2

O
900

IGIS control
output 100

Function value-

OS 0
switching

O
1

off
on

IS 0
switch
(acknowledgement)

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text:
IGIS_Control output xxx : IG_output(001xx);
I/O type:

801-900

IGIS output MB256/100/16/8

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10. Groups 1 - 2048


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

1001

monitoring states

Group
01

control

O
3048

No.

Name

IS 0
condition

O
1
2

ok
released
not present

IS 1
attack alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
tamper

O
1

off
on

IS 5
area digit 3

O
1
2

12

IS 6
area digit 2

O
.
9

IS 7
area digit 1

OS 0
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2
erase

erase

OS 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2
erase

erase

control function

Group
2048
Konfigurations-Text:
Group_xxxx
: Grp_256(0xxxx);
I/O type:

1001-3048

Function value-

Group intrusion
Group intrusion filetred MB256

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11. Macro-releasing
I/O deviceNo.

Name

6001

IGIS
start 1

6002

IGIS
start 2

Input states /
Output states

O
6250

IGIS
start 250

Configurations-Text:
IGIS_Makro_Offlxxx : MK_Offl(001xx);
I/O type:

6001-6250

Start macro MB256

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
switch

start

OS 0
switch

start

start

O
OS 0
switch

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12. Inputs 1 - 15000


I/O deviceNo.

Name

7001

Input 1

control function

7002

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1
2

ok
released
not present

IS 1
alarm released

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

OS 0
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2
erase

erase

IS 0
release

O
1
2

ok
released
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

OS 0
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2
erase
O

erase

input 2

control function

Function value-

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173

input
15000

control function

IS 0
release

O
1
2

ok
released
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
tamper

O
1

off
on

OS 0
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 1
external blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2
erase

erase

Configurations-Text - Inputs:
Grp_Modxx_Tlnxx
Ta_Modxx_Tlnx_Ue
Ta_Modxx_Tlnx_UeS
MB_Modxx_Tlnxxx_Eing
MB_Modxx_Tlnxxx_nadr
MB_Modxx_Tlnxxx_DK
DB_Modxx_Tlnxx_Eingx
DB_Modxx_Tlnxx_nadr
DB_Modxx_Tlnxx_DK

: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);
: input_256(xxxxx);

I/O type:

Group intrusion MB256

7001-22000

{Group module}
{keyboard module}
{hold-up}
{hold-up silent}
{detector/Bus1-module}
{data/Bus2-module}
{input}
{not addressable}
{cover contact}

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Bus user inputs


The inputs are numbered (internally) consecutively. Counted in the sequence of the
existing modules.
The input number of the 1. input of every user is specified in the print out of
programming .(Documentation of WINFEM)
You get the I/O device number by adding the I/O device No. offset (for inputs 7000) to the input
number.
Every module occupies the following number of inputs:
Module
Input/modules
internal reserved
Bus2/databus
512
Bus1/detector bus
E/A Basic module
Keyboardmodule
Connection-basic module
DS6500 AWUG
DS7500 ISDN
DGA2400
DS8500
IGIS LOOP Module

Inputs/Partcpnt.
250
8
756
32
8
5
1
1
1
1
1

user0=Adr0
user1=Adr1

3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Examples:
Example configuration of a central unit:
1. Module
Bus2module
2. Module
connection module
3. Module
Bus1module
4. Module
E/A basic module
5. Module
E/A basic module

1. user addr.

01
01
01
01
02

1. Input of user 11 from Bus2 -> I/O No. ?


Input 250 + 11*8 + 1
= 339 -> is printed in FKT 404
I/O No.7000 + 339 = 7339
1. Input of user 11 from Bus1 -> I/O No. ?
Input 250 + 512 + 5 + 10*3 + 1 = 798 -> is printed in FKT 404
I/O No. + 798
= 7798
1. Input of E/A basic module 01 -> I/O No.?
Input 250 + 512 + 5 + 756 + 1
= 1524 -> is printed in FKT 404
I/O No. 7000 + 1524 = 8524

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12.1 Bus1-users-inputs
Every address/user on the bus occupies 3 inputs. Every one of these inputs is displayed by way
of own I/O device. A bus1 module occupies a total of 756 inputs = 252 users = 63 users/line.
Bus1 users:

group modules, standard detectors, window sensors, universal detectors, logic detectors
The various types of standard bus1 users occupy one address = one user on bus1. Every user
occupies 3 inputs resp., 3 I/O devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. Input = addressing
2. Input = release
3. Input = tamper
I/O deviceNo.

Name

input 1

n+1

n+2

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm adress

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

first message

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

input 2

input 3

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n:
see inputs
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: Eing_256(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256SAB(xxxxx);
I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Input BUS MB256
n+2: Tamper BUS 1 MB256

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Bus1-user:

Lock release module

The lock release module occupies one address = a user on bus1. Every user occupies
3 inputs resp., 3 I/O devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. Input = addressing
2. Input = lock release
3. Input = tamper
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

input 1

No.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

IS 0
lock release

O
1
2

missing
present
not present

n+2

input 3

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n:
n+1:
n+2:

Function value-

see inputs
"
"

: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
: B_256SFG(xxxxx);
: B_256SAB(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Lock release BUS MB256
n+2: Tamper BUS 1 MB256

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Bus1-users: Interfacing module, remote display, indoor buzzer


The users occupy an address = a user of BUS1. Every user occupies 3 inputs and/or 3 I/O
devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. Input = addressing
3. Input = tamper
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

input 1

No.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

not used

n+2

input 3

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm tamper

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n:
n+2:

Function value-

see inputs
see inputs

: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
: B_256SAB(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+2: Tamper BUS 1 MB256

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Bus1-user:

Lock module

The lock module occupies an address = a user of BUS1. Every user occupies 3 inputs and/or 3
I/O devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. Input = addressing
2. Input = activation state
3. Input = tamper
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

input 1

No.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

IS 0
activation state

O
1
2

armed
disarmed
not present

n+2

input 3

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n:
n+1:
n+2:

Function value-

see inputs
"
"

: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
: B_256SIS(xxxxx);
: B_256SAB(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Activation state BUS MB256
n+2: Tamper BUS 1 MB256

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Bus1- user: Operating unit-module


The operating unit module occupies two addresses = two users of BUS1. Every user occupies 3
inputs and/or 3 I/O devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. input user 1 = addressing
3. input user 1 = tamper
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

Participant1
n

input 1

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

not in use

n+2

input 3

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - Inputs:
user1
n: see inputs
n+2:
"

: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
: B_256SAB(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+2: Tamper BUS 1 MB256

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1. Input user 2 = addressing


2. Input user 2 = Off
3. Input user 2 = On
I/O deviceNo.

Name

user 2
n

input 1

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

IS 0
operating unit off

O
1
2

not activated
activated
not present

n+2

input 3

IS
operating unit off

O
1
2

not activated
activated
not present

Configurations-Text - Inputs:
user2
n: see inputs
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256Off(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256EIN(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Operating unit off BUS MB256
n+2: Operating unit on BUS MB256

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Door-/ door arming module

The door-/ door arming module occupies 3 addresses = 3 users of BUS1. Every user occupies 3
inputs and/or 3 I/O devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. Input user 1 = addressing
2. Input user 1 = release contact
allocation to any detector group
3. Input user 1 = tamper
I/O deviceNo.

Name

user 1
n

input 1

n+1

n+2

input 2

input 3

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm released

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
user1
n: see inputs
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256OEK(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256SAB(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Input BUS MB256
n+2: Tamper BUS 1 MB256

Function value-

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1. Input user 2 = addressing


2. Input user 2 = disarmed input
3. Input user 2 = armed input
I/O deviceNo.

Input states

Name

user 2
n

input 1

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
error
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Adres.

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

IS 0
disarmed input

O
1
2

off
on
not present

n+2

input 3

IS
armed input

O
1
2

off
on
not presente

Configurations-Text - inputs:
user2
n:
see inputs
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256USE(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256SEI(xxxxx);

I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Disarmed input BUS MB256
n+2: Armed input BUS MB256

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1. Input user 3 =
2. Input user 3 =
3. Input user 3 =

I/O deviceNo.

Name

Participant 3
n

input 1

n+1

n+2

input 2

input 3

addressing
lock release
allocation to any detector group
bolt switching contact
allocation to any detector group
Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
on trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

IS 0
lock release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Offl.

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Offl.

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

Configurations-Text - inputs:
user3
n: see inputs
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256SFG(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256RSK(xxxxx);
I/O type:
n:
Addressing BUS 1 MB256
n+1: Lock release BUS MB256
n+2: Bolt switching contact BUS MB256

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Bus1-participant:

Radio-module

The radio-module occupies 4 addresses = 4 participants of BUS1. Every participant occupies 3


inputs and/or 3 I/O devices. The inputs have the following affiliation:
1. Input participant 1 = addressing (tamper radio annunciator)
2. Input participant 1 = radio annunciator 1 (utility input)
allocation to any detector group
3. Input participant 1 = tamper cover contact
I/O deviceNo.

Name

Participant 1
n

Input 1

n+1

n+2

Input 2

Input 3

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
adressing

0
1
2

ok
in trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm adressing

0
1

off
on

IS 0
release

0
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 4
message

0
1

no first message
first message

IS 0
tamper

0
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm cover contact

0
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - Inputs:
Participant 1
n:
see inputs
: B_256ADR_FM1(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256FM1(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256SAB_DECKEL(xxxxx);

I/OType:
n:
Addressing Bus 1 MB256
n+1: Input Bus MB256
n+2: Cover contact Bus MB256

Function value-

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1. input participant 2 = Addressing (tamper radio annunciator 2)


2. input participant 2 = battery trouble
3. input participant 2 = radio annunciator 2 (utility input)
( allocation to any detector group)
I/O deviceNo.

Name

Participant 2
n

Input 1

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

0
1
2

ok
in trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm addressing

0
1

off
on

n+1

Input 2

IS 0
release
battery trouble

0
1
2

off
on
not present

n+1

Input 3

IS 0
release

0
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 4
message

0
1

no first message
first message

Configurations-Text - Inputs:
Participant 2
n:
see inputs
: B_256ADR_FM2(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256BATT(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256FM2(xxxxx);
I/O-Type:
n:
Addressing Bus 1 MB256
n+1: Battery trouble Bus MB256
n+2: Input Bus MB256

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1. input participant 3 = addressing (tamper radio annunciator 3)


2. input participant 3 = tamper cyclic acknowledgement
3. input participant 3 = radio annunciator 3 (utility input)
( allocation to any detector group)
I/O device
No.

Name

Participant 3
n

Input 1

n+1

n+1

Input 2

Input 3

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
addressing

0
1
2

ok
in trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm addressing

0
1

off
on

IS 0
release

0
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Zykl. Rm

0
1

off
on

IS 0
release

0
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 4
message

0
1

no first message
first message

Configurations-Text - Inputs:
Participant 3
n:
see inputs
: B_256ADR_FM3(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256OSAB_ZYK_RM(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256FM3(xxxxx);
I/O-Type:
n:
Addressing Bus 1 MB256
n+1: Tamper Bus 1 MB256
n+2: Input Bus MB256

Function value-

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1. input participant 4 = addressing (tamper radio annunciator 4)


2. input participant 4 = trouble external signal
3. input participant 4 = radio annunciator 4 (utility input)
( allocation to any detector group)
I/O deviceNo.

Input states

Name
input 1

Participant 4
n

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
addressing

0
1
2

ok
in trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm addressing

0
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

IS 0
release
external signal

0
1
2

off
on
not present

n+1

input 3

IS 0
release

0
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

0
1

off
on
off
on

IS 3
external blocking
IS 4
message
Configurations-Text - inputs:
Participant 4
n:
see inputs
: B_256ADR_FM4(xxxxx);
n+1:
"
: B_256FREMDS(xxxxx);
n+2:
"
: B_256FM4(xxxxx);
I/O-Type:
n:
Addressing Bus 1 MB256
n+1: External signal Bus MB256
n+2: Input Bus MB256

0
1

no first message
first message

561-MB256

188

2.2 Bus2- users inputs


Every address/user of BUS 2 occupies 8 inputs. Each of these inputs is monitored by an own I/O
device. In total a Bus2-module occupies 512 inputs = 64 users.

Bus2-users:

5 detector groups modules


1. Input = release
2. Input = release
3. Input = release
4. Input = release
5. Input = release
7. Input = housing cover
8. Input = addressing

I/O deviceNo.

Name

input 1

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Offl.

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

O
n+4

input 5

Function value-

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Offl.

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

O
1
2

closed
opened
not opened

n+5

input 6

not used

n+6

input 7

IS 0
cover

I/O device lists

n+7

189

input 8

IS 1
alarm cover

O
1

off
on

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
on trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n:
n+5:
n+6:
n+7:

see inputs
:
"
"
"

: Eing_256(xxxxx);
:
: Eing_256(xxxxx);
: B_256DEC(xxxxx);
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);

I/O-Type:
n:
Input Bus MB256
:
n+4: Input Bus MB256
n+6: Cover contact Bus MB256
n+7: Addressing Bus MB256

561-MB256

190

Bus2-user:

5 Outputs-Modules, operating unit


7. input = housing cover
8. input = addressing

I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

input 1

not used

n+1

input 2

not used

n+2

input 3

not used

n+3

input 4

not used

n+4

input 5

not used

n+5

input 6

not used

n+6

input 7

n+7

input 8

No.

Name

IS 0
cover

O
1
2

closed
opened
not present

IS 1
alarm cover

O
1

off
on

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
on trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n+6:
+7:

see input
"

: B_256DEC(xxxxx);
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);

I/O-Type:
n+6: Cover contact Bus MB256
n+2: Addressing Bus MB256

Function value-

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191

Bus2-user: ULTRA2000, SPECTRON3000, DECKTRON3000, SCM3000


1. Input = release
2. Input = cover
3. Input = obstacle (only Ultra200)
= detector trouble (only SCM3000)
7. Input = housing cover (not SCM3000)
8. Input = addressing
I/O deviceNo.

Input states

Name
input 1

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
Alarm_Offl.

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

n+1

input 2

IS 0
cover

O
1
2

off
on
not present

n+2

input 3

IS 0
obstacle/
trouble

O
1
2

off
on
not present

n+3

input 4

not used

n+4

input 5

not used

n+5

input 6

not used

n+6

input 7

IS 0
cover

O
1
2

closed
opened
not present

IS 1
alarm cover

O
1

off
on

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
on trouble
no trouble

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

n+7

input 8

561-MB256

192

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n :
n+1:
n+2:
n+6:
n+7:

see inputs
"
"
"
"

: Eing_256(xxxxx);
: B_256ABD(xxxxx);
: B_256HIN(xxxxx);
: B_256DEC(xxxxx);
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);

I/O-Type:
n:
Input Bus MB256
n+1: Cover Bus MB256
n+2: Obstacle /detector trouble Bus MB256
n+6: Cover contact Bus MB256
n+7: Addressing Bus MB256

I/O device lists

Bus2-user:

193

Ident-Key1 + Ident-Key2
1. Input = tamper
4. Input = hold-up key code (only Ident-Key2 keyboard)
allocation to any detector group
5. Input = bolt switching contact
allocation to any detector group
6. Input = release contact
allocation to any detector group
7. Input = housing cover
8. Input = addressing

I/O deviceNo.

Name

input 1

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
tamper

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
tamper alarm

O
1

off
on

n+1

input 2

not used

n+2

input 3

not used

n+3

input 4

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
on
not present

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

IS 0
release

O
1
2

off
ein
not present

n+4

n+5

input 5

input 6

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194

n+6

n+7

input 7

input 8

IS 1
alarm

O
1

off
on

IS 2
internal blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
external blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 4
message

O
1

no first message
first message

IS 0
cover

O
1
2

closed
opened
not present

IS 1
alarm cover

O
1

off
on

IS 0
addressing

O
1
2

ok
on trouble
not present

IS 1
alarm address

O
1

off
on

Configurations-Text - inputs:
n:
n+4:
n+5:
n+6:
n+7:

see inputs
"
"
"
"

: B_256SAB(xxxxx);
: B_256RSK(xxxxx);
: B_256OEK(xxxxx);
: B_256DEC(xxxxx);
: B_256ADR(xxxxx);

I/O-Type:
n
tamper Bus 1 MB256
n+3: Hold-up input MB256
n+4: Input Bus MB256
n+5: Input Bus MB256
n+6: Cover contact Bus MB256
n+7: Addressing Bus MB256

I/O device lists

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13. Ident-Key key switching units 1 - 250


I/O deviceNo.

Name

22001

last key of
switching unit 1

Input states
No.

Name

IS 0
(digit 4)

0
to
1

key-No.
valence 1000

IS 1
(digit 3)

0
to
9

key-No.
valence 100

IS 2
(digit 2)

0
to
9

key-No.
valence 10

IS 3
(digit 1)

0
to
9

key-No.
valence 1

IS 4
last action

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

no last action available


armed
disarmed
disarmed + door release
door release
switching unit locked
switching unit unlocked
invalid key
switching unit locked (intern off)

O
22251

I/O type:

last key of
switching unit
250

22001-22251

Function value-

IS 0
(digit 4)

0
to
1

key-No.
valence 1000

IS 1
(digit 3)

0
to
9

key-No.
valence 100

IS 2
(digit 2)

0
to
9

key-No.
valence 10

IS 3
(digit 1)

0
to
9

key-No.
valence 1

IS 4
last action with
this key

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

no last action available


armed
disarmed
disarmed + door release
only door release
switching unit locked
switching unit unlocked
invalid key
switching unit locked (intern off)

Identkey (last receiving) digit 4

561-MB256

196

14. Programmable IGIS outputs


I/O deviceNo.

Name

27001

output 1

27002

output 2

Input states

O
27400

output 400

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
output

O
1
2

inactive
active
not present

IS 0
output

O
1
2

inactive
active
not present

O
IS 0
output

O
O
1
2

inactive
active
not present

The output functions which may be displayed are programmed in the central unit and placed on
the corresponding output.

Configurations-Text:
PROG_Offgxxx

: PG_Offg (00xxx);

I/O type:
27001-28000 Programmable IGIS-Output MB256

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Modifications:
Index

Date

Modifications

220895

I/O for IBUS-participants extended from 16 to 64.


Note, that the limit of the max. number of IBUS-participants
must be taken out of the Installation Manual.

281195

I/O for IBUS-participants reduced from 64 to 32.


Other display of the control functions in main- and sub areas.
I/O reduced from 5000 to 2048.
In several I/O insertion of a note for the print out of the I/O
number by the control unit.

170196

I/O 1001...3048, IS 4 Tamper deleted. This state was in the


I/O-list by mistake, but it had no function.
The handling of tamper by the MB 256 is different to the
MB100.
Note for I/O 129...160, IS 3 energy trouble inserted.

4
from
V02.02

180697

I/O 531...780, in control function 0 the function value 7 was


inserted.
I/O 1001...2048, control function 2 erase inserted.
I/O 7001...27000, control function 0 erase inserted.

5
from
V03.00
(P03.03)

10498

I/O 214...245, erase inserted lock module is wrong.


(8 becomes 6, not relevant because only fictive)
DS7500 becomes inserted the function value 8.
DGA2400 becomes inserted the function value 9.

6
from
V03.00
(P04.00)

130598

I/O 27001...27400, Programmable outputs inserted.

7
from
V03.00

170698

MI/O 214...245, Input state 4 tamper inserted.


(when malfunction of IBUS-module tamper is activated)

8
from
V03.00

290998

I/O 7001...22000. The end of the I/O "Inputs" was reduced


from 27000 to 22000.

9
from
V04.00
(P04.02)

101298

I/Os Ident-Key key switching units 22001 - 22251 inserted

10
from
P04.02

161298

I/O Groups 1001 - 3048.


Input state 4 tamper bus participants inserted
(cover contact or not addressable)

11
from
P04.06

171199

I/O Eingnge 7001 - 22000


Control function 0 erase became control function 2.
Control function 0 Internal blocking/unblocking inserted.
Control function 1 External blocking/unblocking inserted.

561-MB256

198

12
from
P04.06

171199

I/O Areas 531 - 780


Control function 1 acoustic out inserted.

13
from
P04.07

30300

Implementation of radio module.

14
from
P05.01

170401

I/O 6001-6250 (Macro-releasing) inserted.

15
from
P05.02

180601

I/O 531-780 Areas.


Input state 4:
- function value 2 = fire alarm inserted
- function value 3 = technic alarm + fire alarm inserted
Control function 0:
- function value 8 = clearing fire alarm inserted

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10.7 Connection of the control unit 561-M99 to the IGIS network


1. Basic system configurations

IGIS-LAN

2.

Communication via the IGIS network

The description "Connecting IGIS terminals to the IGIS network" contains further
information on communication via the IGIS network.

2.1

Access code

The password of the central unit 561-M99 serves as access code for the commands
INIT_MP and SET_FILT.

2.2

Tamper message

A tamper message is triggered at the central unit 561-M99 if the following events occur:
>
If a wrong access code or wrong password has been transmitted ten times.
>
Activation of the tamper contact (input RTM pins on the print)

2.3

Error message

The IGIS-IF-M20 reports an error message to the central unit if the following occurs:
>
If the AO switch of the DIL switch is set to ON for setting of the IGIS address,
the IGIS-IF-M20 has been initialized and subsequently the connection to destination
device has been disconnected.
>
12 V is available at the input N/A.

With systems designed as per VdS directives, no error message


may be transmitted to the central unit as this prevents arming.
To ensure this, the DIL switch AO must be set to OFF.
The input malfunction N/A must be put on 0 V.

M99 / M20

200

1. Tamper state block locks, loudspeaker, flash lamp

I/O deviceNo.

Name

tamper of block lock

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

0
housing

O
1

ok
released

area 1

1
line

O
1

ok
released

tamper of block lock

0
housing

O
1

ok
released

area 2

1
line

O
1

ok
released

tamper of block lock

0
housing

O
1

ok
released

area 3

1
line

O
1

ok
released

tamper of block lock

0
housing

O
1

ok
released

area 4

1
line

O
1

ok
released

loudspeaker

0
tamper

O
1

ok
released

flashing lamp

0
tamper

O
1

ok
released

I/O type:

1-4
5-6

tamper of block lock M20/M99


tamper M20/M99

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2. Areas
2.1

Armed, disarmed, delete


I/O deviceNo.

Name

armed/US
Inform. lock 1

area 1
armed/disarmed

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
condition

O
1
2
3

disarmed
disarmedafter alarm
internally disarmed
externally disarmed

OS 0
switch

disarmed

armed internally with delay

armed internally

delete

armed/US
Inform. lock 2

IS 0
condition

O
1
2
3

disarmed
disarmedafter alarm
internally disarmed
externally disarmed

area 2
armed/disarmed

OS 0
switch

disarmed

armed internally with delay

armed internally

delete

O
10

I/O type:

Function value-

armed/US
Inform. lock 4

IS 0
condition

0
1
2
3

disarmed
disarmedafter alarm
internally disarmed
externally disarmed

area 4
armed/disarmed

OS 0
switch

disarmed

armed internally with delay

armed internally

delete

7-10

SUS area M20/M99

M99 / M20

202

2.2

Alarm/trouble area
I/O deviceNo.

Name

11

alarm / trouble

12

13

14

I/O type:

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

0
alarm

0
1

off
on

area 1

1
trouble

0
1

off
on

alarm / trouble

0
alarm

0
1

off
on

area 2

1
trouble

0
1

off
on

alarm / trouble

0
alarm

0
1

off
on

area 3

1
trouble

0
1

off
on

alarm / trouble

0
alarm

0
1

off
on

area 4

1
trouble

0
1

off
on

11-14 area information M20/M99

I/O device lists

2.3

203

Acoustic area intern/extern


I/O deviceNo.

Name

15

acoustic area 1

16

17

18

I/O type:

acoustic area 2

acoustic area 3

acoustic area 4

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
switch operation

0
1

internally
externally

OS 0
switch

0
1

internally
externally

IS 0
switch operation

0
1

internally
externally

OS 0
switch

0
1

internally
externally

IS 0
switch operation

0
1

internally
externally

OS 0
switch

0
1

internally
externally

IS 0
switch operation

0
1

internally
externally

OS 0
switch

0
1

internally
externally

15-18 Area acoustic M20/M99

2.4 Buzzer
I/O deviceNo.

Name

25

buzzer area 1

26

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
condition

0
1

off
on

buzzer area 2

OS 0
condition

0
1

off
on

27

buzzer area 3

OS 0
condition

0
1

off
on

28

buzzer area 4

OS 0
condition

0
1

off
on

2930
I/O type:

reserved for extensions


25-28 Area buzzer M20/M99

M99 / M20

204

3. System troubles
I/O deviceNo.

Name

19

Energy trouble

20

processor error

Input states

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
battery

0
1

on trouble
ok

OS 0
AC

0
1

on trouble
ok

trouble
EPROM/RAM

0
1

off
on

2124
reserviert fr Ergnzungen
I/O type:

19
20

energy supply M20/M99


processor error MB100/16/8 M99/M20

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4. Groups
I/O deviceNo.

Name

31

detection states

Input states /
Output states

Group
01

Output states

O
129

detection states

Group
99

output states

I/O type:

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
condition

0
1

ok
released

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 3
area

0
1
2
3

area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

OS 0
blocking

0
1

off
on

OS 1
release

0
1

off
on

IS 0
condition

0
1

ok
released

IS 1
alarm

0
1

off
on

IS 2
blocking

0
1

off
on

IS 3
area

0
1
2
3

area 1
area 2
area 3
area 4

OS 0
blocking

0
1

off
on

OS 1
release

0
1

off
on

31-129 Group M99/M20


Group M99/M20 filtered

M99 / M20

206

5. Participant bus
I/O device-

Input states

No.

Name

130

participant bus 1

131

participant bus 2

O
255

I/O type:

participant bus
126

130-255

Function valueNo.

Name

OS 0
trouble

0
1

off
on

OS 1
tamper

0
1

off
on

OS 2
addressing

0
1

ok
released

OS 0
trouble

0
1

off
on

OS 1
tamper

0
1

off
on

OS 2
addressing

0
1

ok
released

OS 0
trouble

0
1

off
on

OS 1
tamper

0
1

off
on

OS 2
addressing

0
1

ok
released

Participant M20/M99

I/O device lists

10.8

207

I/O device definition for MultiAccess

1. Doors
I/O deviceNo.

Name/Types ID

door 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
situation

0
1
2
3

close
open
not present
unknown

IS 1
mode

0
1
2
3

normal
free
blocked
code

IS 2
error

0
1
2
3

no error
too long opened
opened without card
time over

IS 3
card reader inside

0
1

ok
error

IS 4
card reader outside

0
1

ok
error

IS 5
unblocking

0
1
2
3
4
5
6

opening allowed
(*)
opening not allowed (*)
opened with alarm (*)
opener inside
opener outside
Freigabe durch Host

OS 0
switch

0
1
2
3

normal mode
free
blocked
open (pulse)

O
512

door 512

IS 0
situation

(5131000
reserved)

I/O type:

Function value-

0
1
2
3
O

1-512 Access control door

close
open
not present
unknown
O

MultiAccess for Windows

208

(*) with appended string

number of strings

here 3

1 Byte

length of string 1

1 Byte

I
I
first name
I
I

x Byte

length of string 2

1 Byte

I
I
name
I
I

y Byte

length of string 3

1 Byte

I
I
personnel number
I
I

z Byte

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209

2. Inputs
I/O deviceNo.

Name

1001

input 1

1002

input 2

Input states /
Output states

O
1512

input 512

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2
3

closed
open
not present
unknown

IS 0
state

0
1
2
3

closed
open
not present
unknown

IS 0
state

O
O
1
2
3

(15132000
reserved)

closed
open
not present
unknown

1001-1512 Access control input

I/O type:

3. Outputs
I/O deviceNo.

Name

2001

Output 1

Input states /
Output states

O
2512
(25133000
reserved)

I/O type:

Output 512

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1
2
3

closed
open
not present
unknown

OS 0
switch

O
1

close
open

IS 0
state

O
1
2
3

closed
open
not present
unknown

OS 0
switch

O
1

close
open

2001-2512 Access control output

MultiAccess for Windows

210

4. Areas
I/O deviceNo.

Name

3001

area 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

O
1
2
3

empty
attendance
not present
unknown

IS 2

0-9

number of persons
(digit 4)

IS 3

0-9

number of persons
(digit 3)

IS 4

0-9

number of persons
(digit 2)

IS 5

0-9

number of persons
(digit 1)

IS 0
persons

IS 1

O
3256

area 256

O
IS 0
persons

O
O
1
2
3

empty
attendance
not present
unknown

IS 2

0-9

number of persons
(digit 4)

IS 3

0-9

number of persons
(digit 3)

IS 4

0-9

number of persons
(digit 2)

IS 5

0-9

number of persons
(digit 1)

IS 1

I/O type:

3001-3256 Access control area

I/O device lists

211

5. Key depository KEMAS

I/O deviceNo.

Name

5001

key 1

Input states /
Output states
IS 0
key
O

5099

I/O type:

key 99

O
IS 0

5001-5099 Access key KEMAS

Function valueNo.

Name

O
1

inserted
missing

O
O

inserted

Video

212

10.9 I/O device definition for Video connection Videv, Ernitec, Phillips
1. I/O device-type Camera VIDEV, Ernitec, Phillips
I/O deviceNo.

Name

camera 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1
2

ok
malfunction
not present

IS 1

0-9

monitor (digit 2)

IS 2

0-9

monitor (digit 1)

OS 0
on monitor

O
1
2
15

without allocation
monitor 1
monitor 2
...
monitor 15

OS 1
on monitor >15

0
1
(n)
15

monitor 16
monitor 17
(n+16)
monitor 31

OS 2
fixed position

O
1
2
9

off
position 1
position 2
...
position 9

OS 3
pan

O
1
2
3

stop (all) (!)


stop (pan) (t)
right (c)
left (d)

OS 4
tilt

O
1
2

stop (y)
up (j)
down k)

OS 5
zoom

O
1
2

stop (O)
in (g)
out (h)

OS 6
focus

O
1
2

stop (q)
near (a)
far (b)

O
999

I/O type:

camera
999

Function value-

IS 0
state

O
O
1
2

1-999 Camera Videomatrix Videv

Alarm reason
--Video-trouble 130
---

O
ok
malfunction
not present

--Video-trouble 130
---

I/O device lists

213

2.1 I/O device-type Monitor VIDEV, Phillips


I/O deviceNo.

Name

1001

monitor/
sequence 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
camera

O
1
2

camera (digit 3)
camera (digit 2)
camera (digit 1)

OS 0
switch

O
1
2
3

start
stop
pause
go on

OS 1
sequences 1

O
1
2
15

sequence 1
sequence 2
sequence 3
...
sequence 16

OS 2
sequences 2

0
1
(n)
14
15

sequence 17
sequence 18
sequence (n+17)
sequence 31
sequence 32

OS 3
change
camera

O
1

up
down

O
1099

I/O type:

monitor/
sequence 99

Function value-

IS 0
camera

O
1
2

camera (digit 3)
camera (digit 2)
camera (digit 1)

...

...

...

OS 3
change
camera

O
1

up
down

1001-1099 Monitor-sequence videomatrix

Alarm reason

Video

214

2.2 I/O device-typ Monitor Ernitec


I/O deviceNo.

Name

1001

monitor/
sequence 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
camera

O
1
2

camera (digit 3)
camera (digit 2)
camera (digit 1)

OS 0
switch

pause / go on

OS 1
sequence

O
1
2
7

1238

next

OS 2
reserved
OS 3
change
camera
O
1099

I/O type:

monitor/
sequence 99

IS 0
camera

0
1
2

camera (digit 3)
camera (digit 2)
camera (digit 1))

...

...

...

OS 3
change
camera

next

1001-1099 Monitor-sequence videomatrix Ernitec

Alarm reason

I/O device lists

215

3. Alarm output videomatrix


I/O deviceNo.

Name

2001

alarm output
1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

alarm
alarm on
delete alarm

O
2512

I/O type:

alarm output
512

Function value-

IS 0

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

alarm
alarm on
delete alarm

2001-2512 Alarm output videomatrix

Alarm reason

Video

216

10.10

I/O device definition for video connection Vicrosoft

1. I/O device-type camera Geutebrck


I/O deviceNo.

Name

camera 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

OS 0
on monitor

O
1
2
15

without allocation
monitor 1
monitor 2
...
monitor 15

OS 1
on monitor >15

0
1
(n)
15

monitor 16
monitor 17
(n+16)
monitor 31

OS 2
fixed position

O
1
2
9
10

off
position 1
position 2
...
position 9
basic position

OS 3
pan

O
1
2
3

stop
right
left
automatic

OS 4
tilt

O
1
2

stop
up
down

OS 5
zoom

O
1
2

stop
in
out

OS 6
focus

O
1
2

stop
near
far

Alarm reason

---

I/O device lists

217

OS 7
switch

O
255

I/O type:

camera 255

IS 0
state

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
O

normal mode
fast mode
function F0 off
function F0 on
function F1 off
function F1 on
illumination off
illumination on
camera off
camera on
wiper off
wiper on
pump off
pump on
O

1-999 Geutebrck camera videocontrol

O
-

Video

218

2. I/O device-type monitor Geutebrck Vicrosoft


I/O deviceNo.

Name

1001

monitor 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
state

0
1
2
3

not present
manual
alarm
cycle

IS 1
camera

0
1
2

0xx
1xx
2xx

IS 2
camera digit 2

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

0x
1x
2x
3x
4x
5x
6x
7x
8x
9x

IS 3
camera digit 1

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

0x
1x
2x
3x
4x
5x
6x
7x
8x
9x

OS 0
switch

0
1
2

sequence stop
sequence start
no camera
switch on

O
1099

I/O type:

monitor 99

Function value-

IS 0
state

0
1
2
3

not present
manual
alarm
cycle

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

0
1
2

sequence stop
sequence start
no camera
switch on

1001-1099 monitor videomatrix

Alarm reason

I/O device lists

219

3. I/O device-type monitorgruppe Geutebrck Vicrosoft


I/O deviceNo.

Name

1101

monitor
group 1

No.

Name

IS 0
state

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

alarm confirmed
alarm acknowledged
acknowledge all alarms
of the group

O
1130

I/O type:

monitor
group 30

Function value-

Input states /
Output states

IS 0
state

switch

alarm confirmed
alarm acknowledged
acknowledge all alarms
of the group

1101-1130 Geutebrck Vicrosoft monitor group

Alarm reason

Video

220

4. I/O device-type
4.1 Videosensor VS30
I/O deviceNo.

Name

1201

videosensor 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
sensor

O
1
2
3
4

out of use
in use var. 1
in use var. 2
in use var. 3
in use var. 4

IS 1
state

O
1

armed
disarmed

IS 2
picture

O
1

ok
signal-error

IS 3
alarm 1

O
1
2

off
on
external

OS 0
variant

O
1
2
3
4
5

extern
1
2
3
4
next

OS 1
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5

disarmed
armed
external disarmed
switch on picture
single output auto
single output light

O
1398

I/O type:

videosensor 198

Function value-

Alarm reason

...

...

...

OS 1
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5

disarmed
armed
external disarmed
switch on picture
single output auto
single output light

1201 - 1398 Geutebrck Vicrosoft videosensor VS30

In state 3 alarm FW 1 Alarm the supplement text may contain more information.
Text1: fieldnumber (99)

I/O device lists

221

4.2 Videosensor VS40


I/O deviceNo.

Name

1501

videosensor 1

No.

Name

IS 0
sensor

O
1

ok
out of order

IS 1
state

O
1

armed
disarmed

IS 2
picture

O
1
2

ok
error
synchronisation-error

IS 3
alarm 1

O
1
2

off
on
external

IS 4
aarm 2

O
1
2

off
on
external

IS 5
alarm 3

O
1
2

off
on
external

IS 6
aarm 4

O
1
2

off
on
external

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

disarmed
armed
test alarm

O
1999

I/O type:

videosensor 499

Function value-

Input states /
Output states

Alarm reason

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

disarmed
armed
test alarm

1501 - 1999 Geutebrck Vicrosoft videosensor VS40

In state 3 to 6 alarm FW 1 Alarm the supplement text may contain more information.
Text1: fieldnumber (99)

Video

222

5. I/O device-type programming module


5.1 Videosensor VS30
I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

1401

programming
module 1

No.

Name

IS 0
setting

O
1

blocked
released

OS 0
variant

O
1
2
3
4
5

extern
1
2
3
4
next

OS 1
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5

disarmed
armed
external disarmed
switch on picture
sample output auto
sample output light

O
1403

I/O type:

all
programming
modules

1401
1402
1403

Function value-

...

...

...

OS 1
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5

disarmed
armed
external disarmed
switch on picture
sample output auto
sample output light

Sample point for programming module 1


Sample point for programming module 2
Sample point for all programming modules

Alarm
reason

I/O device lists

223

5.2 Videosensor VS40


I/O device-

Function value-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

1500

programming
module

No.

Name

IS 0
mode

O
1
2
3
4
5

working mode
variant 1
variant 2
variant 3
variant 4
setup mode

OS 0
variant

O
1
2
3

123

OS 1
switch

O
1
2

disarmed
armed
sample output sample
output auto
sample output light

3
I/O type:

1500

Sample point for programming module

Alarm
reason

Video

224

6. I/O device-Type control activity Geutebrck


I/O deviceNo.

Name

2001

control
activity 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

release
activate
deactivate

O
1099

I/O type:

control
activity
9999

Function value-

Alarm reason

IS 0

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

release
activate
deactivate

2001-11099 control activity


no readin of inputs of the control processor (reset missing)

I/O device lists

225

7. Video alarms
I/O deviceNo.

Name

12001

video
aarm 1

No.

Name

IS 0

OS 0
switch

on

O
12999

I/O type:

video
alarm 999

12001-12999

Function value-

Input states /
Output states

IS 0

OS 0
switch

on

Geutebrck Vicrosoft video alarm

Alarm reason

226

Video

10.11 I/O device definition for Geutebrck Multiscope-connection


The Multiscope II Server is actuated by the driver MultiscopeIIrv.exe. The driver needs the
current version of the file Geutebrck-DLL MSCDBI in the path or in the calling directory.
The net-ID or the net name is the starting parameter.
Example: WINMAG\Drivers\MultiscopeIIDrv.exe /NetID 39000606
The Multiscope-object must be integrated into a event net.

1. I/O device type Geutebrck Event


I/O deviceNo.

Name

event 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
event

O
1

off
on *2)

OS 0
switch

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

start
stop
pulse
pulse 1 second
pulse 2 seconds
pulse 5 seconds
pulse 30 seconds
pulse 60 seconds

O
19999

I/O type:

event
19999

1-19999

Function value-

IS 0
event

O
O

Alarm reason

134

O
...

...

Geutebrck Event 300400500

*1)

The I/O devices of a Multiscope II-connection must be imported via a list of I/O devices,
which is created by the driver. Before starting the driver you need a network in WINMAG
for configuring the calling link of the driver.

*2)

The number of the event is attached as a text parameter to the input Event=ein. It can
be inquired via the variable mp_text1.

I/O device lists

10.12

227

I/O device definition for Geutebrck-Multiview-connection

The recorder of a local Geutebrck Multiview" is actuated by the driver MultiviewDrv.exe.


The linked net-ID or the net name is the starting parameter.
Example: c:\WINMAG\Drivers\MultiviewDrv.exe /NetID 39000605
The Multiview-object must be integrated into a event net.

1. I/O device type Geutebrck camera Telemetry


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

Function value-

No.

Name

No.

camera 1

IS 0

telemetry

OS 0
go to position

O
1
2

Name

15

home (off)
1
2
...
15

OS1
mode

O
1

slow
fast

OS 2
pan

O
1
2
3

stop pan
right
left
automatic

OS 3
tilt

O
1
2

stop
up
down

OS4
zoom

O
1
2

stop
in
out

OS 5
focus

O
1
2

stop
near
far

OS 6
iris

O
1
2

stop
open
close

Alarm reason

228

Video

OS 7
extra

camera 2
telemetry

camera 499
telemetry

I/O device type: 1, 3, 5 -997

cleaning on
cleaning off
pump on
pump off
function x on
function x off
function y on
function y off
function u on
function uoff
function v on
function v off
lights on
lights off
camera on
camera off

...
O

997

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

...

Geutebrck camera telemetry 300400430

I/O device lists

229

2. I/O device type Geutebrck camera control


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

Function value-

No.

Name

camera 1

IS 0

connection

OS0
on viewer
1-16

O
1
2
...
15

1
2
3
..
16

OS 1
on viewer
17-32

O
1
2
...
15

17
18
19
..
32

OS 2
on viewer
33-36

O
1
2
3

33
34
35
36

OS 3
on monitor

O
1
2
...
15

1
2
3
...
16

OS 4
on monitor
17-32

O
1
2
...
15

17
18
19
...
32

camera 2
connection

camera 499
connection

I/O device type:

Name

...
O

998

No.

...

2, 4, 6 -998 Geutebrck Kamera Control 300400440

alarm reason

230

Video

3. I/O device type Geutebrck Monitor Multiscope


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

1001

monitor 1

No.

Name

OS 0
connection

delete

OS 1
loop

O
1

start
stop

OS 2
series 1

O
1
2
3
...
15

standard sequence
sequence 1
sequence 2
sequence 3
...
sequence 15

OS 3
series 2

O
1
2
3
...
15

sequence 16
sequence 17
sequence 18
sequence 19
...
sequence 31

IS 0

O
1099

monitor 99

I/O device type:

Function value-

MIS 0
...

...

...

OS 3
series 2

O
...
15

sequence 16
...
sequence 31

1001-1099Geutebrck Monitor Multiscope 300400420

alarm reason

I/O device lists

231

4. I/O device type Geutebrck Viewer 1*1 - 6*6


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

1101

Viewer 1

No.

Name

OS 0
connection

delete

OS 1
event

O
1
2
3

next
previous
last
first

OS 2
zoom

O
1

in
out

OS 3
mode

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

one forward
forward
fast forward
rewind
one rewind
fast rewind
stop
live picture
first picture
last picture

IS 0

O
1136

Viewer 36

IS 0
OS 3
mode

I/O device type:

Function value-

O
...
9

one forward
...
last picture

1101-1136Geutebrck Viewer 1*1 - 6*6

300400410

alarm reason

232

Video

5. I/O device type Multiview user interface


I/O deviceNo.

Name

2000

Multiview
interface

I/O device type:


*1)

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1
2

not present
ok
on trouble

OS 0
display state

O
1
2
3

minimized
normal
maximized
full

OS 1
Viewer
partitioning

O
1
2
3
4
5

1*1
2*2
3*3
4*4
5*5
6*6

OS 2
strain

O
1

on
off

OS 3 *1)
event

O
1
2

ack
start
loop

alarm reason

130

2000 Geutebrck Multiview 300400400

The event number can be attached as a string to the control command Event. In the
Multiscope connection the event number is transmitted as the I/O device "text1".

Example:
<<<put MV-Netz::Multiview1":Multiview Oberflche.Event=starten,423" >>>

I/O device lists

10.13

233

I/O device definition for rescue routes

1. T Bus-Controller 925
I/O deviceNo.

Name

BUS-Controller

I/O-Type:

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1

no connection
ok

IS 1
clock

O
1

off
on

IS 2
complete blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
fire detection system

O
1

off
on

IS 4
malfunction

O
1

off
malfunction

IS 5
detector

O
1
2
3

off
malfunction
alarm
malfunction and alarm

OS 0
clock

O
1

off
on

OS 1
complete blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 2
fire detection system

O
1

off
on

OS 3
detector

off

OS 4
reference

start

T BUS-Controller 925

rescue routes

234

2. T malfunction
I/O deviceNo.

Name

malfunction

I/O type:

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
BCM-malfunction 1

O
1

bus short circuit

IS 1
BCM-malfunction 2

O
1

TS-Busmalfunction

IS 2
BCM-malfunction 3

O
1

address error

IS 3
BCM-malfunction 4

O
1

BCM-malfunction

IS 4
BCM-malfunction 5

O
1

address error

IS 5
BCM-malfunction 6

O
1

member unknown

IS 6
BCM-malfunction 7

O
1

reference must be restarted

IS 7
BCM-malfunction 8

O
1

address

T malfunction

I/O device lists

235

3. T reference malfunction
I/O deviceNo.

Name

reference
malfunction

I/O type:

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

IS 0
software

Name
ok
changed

IS 1
ID

O
1

ok
changed

IS 2
member addresses

O
1
2
3

ok
new number
new address
new number and address

IS 3
Paralleltableau

O
1
2
3

ok
new on the bus
new door parameters
new address and parameters

T reference malfunction

rescue routes

236

4. T emergency exit control


I/O deviceNo.

Name

101

emergency exit 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1
2
3
4
5

not existing
offline
door open
door closed
door open, service
door closed, service

IS 1
locking

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

undefined
released
released (short time)
locked
alarm, unlocked
alarm, locked
unlocked and alarm reason
accu, continous released
accu, temporary released
accumulator, locked
accumulator, unlocked and
alarm reason

IS 2
entries

O
1
2
3

inactive
Bus-time switch
door locked
Bus-time switch + door locked

IS 3
alarm

O
1
2
3

no
locked message missing
central release
locked message missing
+ central release

IS 4
alarm 2 (tamper)

O
1

tamper

IS 5
alarm 3
(emergency off)

O
1
2
3

door terminal
central
door terminal and
central

IS 6
alarm 4
(fire detector)

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

inactive
detector loop
external
detector loop and external
Bus-BMA
detector loop + Bus-FDC
external and Bus-FDC
detector loop + external and
Bus-FDC

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IS 7
alarm 5
(release time)

O
1

not exceeded
exceeded

OS 0
switch

O
1
2
3

continous unlocking
temporary release
locked
delete alarm on control terminal

O
220

emergency exit
120

IS 0
state

O
1
2
3
4
5

not existing
offline
door open
door closed
door open, service
door closed, service

IS 1
locking

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

undefined
released
released (short time)
locked
alarm, unlocked
alarm, locked
unlocked and alarm reason
accu, continous released
accu, temporary released
accumulator, locked
accumulator, unlocked and
alarm reason

IS 2
entries

O
1
2
3

inactive
Bus-time switch
door locked
Bus-time switch + door locked

IS 3
alarm

O
1
2
3

no
locked message missing
central release
locked message missing
+ central release

IS 4
alarm 1 (tamper)

O
1

tamper

IS 5
alarm 3
(emergency off)

O
1
2
3

door terminal
central
door terminal and
central

rescue routes

238

I/O type:

101-220

IS 6
alarm 4
(fire detector)

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

inactive
detector loop
external
detector loop and external
Bus-BMA
detector loop + Bus-FDC
external and Bus-FDC
detector loop + external and
Bus-FDC

IS 7
alarm 5
(release period)

O
1

not exceeded
exceeded

OS 0
switch

O
1
2
3

continous unlocking
temporary release
locked
delete alarm on control terminal

T emergency exit control

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5. T parallel tableau
I/O deviceNo.

Name

1001

parallel tableau
1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1
2

not existing
offline
ok

IS 1
timer switch

O
1

off
on

IS 2
complete blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
fire detection system

O
1

off
on

O
1120

I/O type:

parallel tableau
120

Function value-

IS 0
state

O
1
2

not existing
offline
ok

IS 1
timer switch

O
1

off
on

IS 2
complete blocking

O
1

off
on

IS 3
fire detection system

O
1

off
on

1001-1120 T parallel tableau

Esser 5008

240

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I/O device definition for Esser 5008


I/O device definition Esser 5008 fr WINMAG

Connection to PC is executed via a serial interface.


A converter is necessary for converting the output of the central unit.
We recommend:
Wiesemann & Theiss RS232/485 converter Art. No. 86201
Connection of the converters is executed in the same way as the connection of a remote operating
unit to a RS485 bus of the central unit.

I/O devices (central unit)


No.
1

I/O deviceName
panel state

Input states
IS 0
tamper
IS 1
remote programming
IS 2
test channel
IS 3
memory module
IS 4
customer data
IS 5
revision PC
IS 6
installer mode
OS 0
remote programming
OS 1
buzzer
OS 2
functional test

I/O type:

Panel state 5008

300500801

No.
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1

Function valueName
not present
ok
released
off
active
ok
malfunction
ok
malfunction
ok
error
not active
active
not active
active
switch off
switch on
off
off
on

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Power supply
No.
2

Input states

I/O deviceName
power supply 1

IS 0
power supply error

O
power supply 49

50

IS 1
battery fault
IS 2
ground fault
IS 3
emergency lock
IS 4
ext. voltage fault
IS 5
ext. device fault
OS 0
emergency locking
O
O
O
...
OS 0
emergency locking

I/O type:

Power supply 5008

No.
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

Function valueName
not present
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
on

...

...

on

300500802

Micro modules
No.
52

I/O deviceName
micro module 1

58

micro module 7

I/O type:

Micro module 5008

Input states
IS 0
ground fault
O

O
O
IS 0
ground fault

300500803

No.
0
1
2
0
1
2

Function valueName
not present
off
on
not present
off
on

Esser 5008

242

Remote panel
No.
62

I/O deviceName
remote panel 1

Input states

I/O type:

IS 1
communication fault
IS 2
cover contact
IS 3
emergency lock

0
1
0
1

close
open
off
on

OS 0
emergency lock

on

...
0

...
on

IS 0
tamper

O
92

remote panel 31

...
OS 0
emergency lock

Remote panel 5008

Function valueName
not present
off
on
off
on

No.
0
1
2
0
1

300500804

Printer
No.
100

I/O type:

I/O deviceName
printer

Printer 5008

Input states

IS 1
paper warning

No.
0
1
2
0
1

OS 0
switch

0
1

IS 0
state

300500805

Function valueName
not present
off
on
off
on
off
on

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Loop card

No.
110

I/O deviceName
loop card 1

Input states
IS 0
warm start

O
124

loop card 15

Function valueName
not present
off
on

No.
0
1
2

IS 0
warm start

0
1
2

not present
off
on

Currently only the loop cards 1 to 6 are available.


I/O type:

Loop card 5008

300500806

Coupler modules

No.
130

I/O deviceName
coupler module 1

Input states
IS 0
tamper

O
897

coupler module 1

IS 1
communication fault
coupler
IS 2
group fault
IS 3
short circuit
IS 4
fault UB extern
IS 5
fault EEPROM
IS 6
costumer data defective
IS 7
emergency lock
OS 0
emergency lock
O
O
O
...
OS 0
emergency lock

I/O type:

Coupler module 5008

300500807

No.
0
1
2
1

Function valueName
not present
off
on
off
on

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
on

...

...

on

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Areas 1...48
I/O deviceNo.
900

Input states /
Output states

Name
area 1

Function valueNo.
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
0
1

Name
not present
disarmed
armed
external armed
off
on
off
on
on

0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

off
switch-on delay.
alarm delay
off
active
off
on
off
prealarm
main alarm acoustic
and optical
main alarm acoustic
main alarm optical
silent alarm

0
1

toggel internal armed


delete

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

...
2

...
delete

IS 0
activation

IS 1
function test
IS 2
fault telephone dialer
IS 3
police emergency call
IS 4
delay
IS 5
day monitoring
IS 6
internal alarm (buzzer)
IS 7
alarm state

OS 0
switch

O
947

I/O type:

area 48

Areas 5008

300500808

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Switchable outputs
I/O deviceNo.
950

Input states /
Output states

Name
switchable output 1

Function value-

IS 0
tamper
IS 1
group fault
IS 2
communication fault
IS 3
continous triggering
IS 4
switch off
IS 5
emergency lock
OS 0
emergency lock

O
1717

I/O type:

switchable output 768

Switchable output 5008

...
OS 0
emergency lock
300500809

No.
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

Name
not present
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on

on

...
0

...
on

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Groups 1 1500
I/O deviceNo.
1720

Input states /
Output states

Name
group 1

Function value

IS 0
state
IS 1
malfunction
IS 2
switch off
IS 3
day monitoring
IS 4
emergency locking
IS 5
message

4792

group 3073

OS 0
switch
OS 1
emergency lock
O
O
O
...
OS 1
emergency lock

No.
0
1

Name
not present
ok

0
1
2
0
1
0
1

ok
communication fault
group fault
off
on
ok
active

0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
on
off
pre alarm
intrusion
tamper
fire
attack
TAL

0
1
0

off
on
on

...

...

on

From I/O device number 3220/group number 1501 the groups are allocated to annother central
unit.

I/O type:

Group 5008

300500810

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LED-display
I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.
5001

Name
state

IS 0

5002

revision

IS 0

5003

function test

IS 0

5004

collective alarm

IS 0

5005

attack

IS 0

5006

tamper

IS 0

5007

police emergency call

IS 0

5008

collective failure

IS 0

5009

telephone dialer failure

IS 0

5010

buzzer

IS 0

I/O type:

Function valueNo.
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
2
0
1

Name
off
on
released
off
active
off
active
one man revision
off
active
TAL active or fire
off
first alarm
successive alarm
offs
first alarm
successive alarm
-activated
off
power supply
battery or general failure
off
TDD failure
TDD-alarm not transmitted
off
on

5001

LED run 5008

300500811

5002

LED revision 5008

300500812

5003

LED test 5008

300500813

5004

LED collective alarm 5008

300500814

5005

LED attack 5008

300500815

5006

LED sabotage 5008

300500816

5007

LED police emergency call 5008

300500817

5008

LED collective failure 5008

300500818

5009

LED TDD-failure 5008

300500819

5010

LED buzzer 5008

300500820

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I/O devices central unit

No.
1

Input states/
Output states

I/O deviceName
panel state

IS 0
tamper
IS 1
remote programming
IS 2
test channel
IS 3
memory module
IS 4
customer data
IS 5
revision PC
IS 6
installer mode
IS 7
autodialer malfunction
OS 0
remote programming
OS 1
buzzer
OS 3
functional test

I/O-Type:

Panel state 5008 Essernet

300500851

Function valueNo.
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
3
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

Name
not present
ok
releases
off
active
ok
malfunction
ok
malfunction
ok
error
not active
active
necessary
not active
active
ok
malfunction
switch off
switch on
off

0
1

off
on

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Power supply

No.
2

Input states

I/O deviceName
power supply 1

O
power supply 49

50

IS 0
AC fault
IS 1
battery fault
IS 2
ground fault
IS 3
emergency lock
IS 4
ext. voltage fault
IS 5
ext. device fault
OS 0
emergency locking
O
O
O
...
OS 0
emergency locking

I/O-type: Power supply 5008 ESSERNET

Function valueNo.
Name
0
ok
1
on trouble
0
off
1
on
0
off
1
on
0
off
1
on
0
off
1
on
0
off
1
on
0
on

...

...

on

300500852

Micro modules

No.
52

I/O deviceName
micro module 1

Input states
IS 0
ground fault
O

58
I/O-Type:

No.
0
1

O
O
micro module 7
IS 0
0
ground fault
1
Micromodul 5008 ESSERNET
300500853

Function valueName
off
on

off
on

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Remote panel

No.
62

I/O deviceName

Input states

remote panel 1

Function valueNo.
Name

IS 0
tamper

O
92

remote panel 31

I/O type:

Remote panel 5008

IS 1
communication fault

0
1
2
0
1

not present
off
on
off
on

IS 2
cover contact
IS 3
emergency lock

0
1
0
1

close
open
off
on

OS 0
emergency lock

on

...
0

...
on

...
OS 0
emergency lock

300500854

Printer
No.
100

I/O type:

I/O deviceName
printer

Printer 5008

Input states
IS 0
state
IS 1
paper warning

No.
0
1
0
1

OS 0
switch

0
1

300500855

Function valueName
off
on
off
on
off
on

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Loop card
No.
110

I/O deviceName
loop card 1

Input states
No.
0
1
2
3

IS 0
card failure

IS 1
loop rupture/
short circuit

O
124

loop card 15

Function valueName
not present
card ok
card failure
communication fault

0
1

loop ok
loop failure

0
1

loop ok
loop failure

IS 0
loop rupture/
short circuit

Currently only the loop cards 1 to 6 are available.


I/O type:

Loop card 5008 ESSERNET

Coupler modules
I/O deviceNo.
Name
130
coupler module 1

Input states
IS 0
tamper

O
897

coupler module 1

300500856

IS 1
communication fault
coupler
IS 2
group fault
IS 3
short circuit
IS 4
fault UB extern
IS 5
fault EEPROM
IS 6
costumer data defective
IS 7
emergency locking
OS 0
emergency locking
O
O
O
...
OS 0
emergency locking

I/O type:

Coupler module 5008 ESSERNET

300500857

No.
0
1
2
1

Function valueName
not present
off
on
off
on

0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
on

...

...

on

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Areas 1...48
I/O deviceNo.
900

Input states /
Output states

Name
area 1

Function valueNo.
0
1
2
3
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
2

5
6

Name
not present
disarmed
armed
external armed
off
on
off
on
off
switch-on delay.
alarm delay
off
active
off
on
off
on
off
prealarm
main alarm acoustic
and optical
main alarm acoustic
main alarm optical
silent alarm
disarm
arm
arm external
delete
installer delete
function
function test on
function test off

...

...

...

OS 0
switch

0
1

disarm
arm...

IS 0
activation

IS 1
function test
IS 2
police emergency call
IS 3
delay
IS 4
day monitoring
IS 5
internal alarm
IS 6
prealarm
IS 7
alarm states

3
4
5
0
1
2
3
4

OS 0
switch

O
947

I/O type:

area 48

Areas 5008 ESSERNET

00500858

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Switchable outputs
I/O deviceNo.
950

Input states /
Output states

Name
switchable output 1

Function value-

IS 0
tamper
IS 1
group fault
IS 2
communication fault
IS 3
continous triggering
IS 4
switch off
IS 5
emergency locking
OS 0
emergency lock

O
1717

I/O type:

switchable output 768

Name
not present
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on
off
on

on

...
0

...
on

...
OS 0
emergency locking

Switchable output 5008 ESSERNET

No.
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1

300500859

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Groups 1 1500
I/O deviceNo.
1720

Input states /
Output states

Name
group 1

IS 0
state
IS 1
malfunction
IS 2
disconnection
IS 3
day monitoring
IS 4
emergency
locking
IS 5
message

4792

group 3073

OS 0
switch
OS 1
emergency lock
O
O
O
...
OS 1
emergency lock

Function value
No.
0
1

Name
ok
released

0
1
2
0
1
0
1

ok
communication fault
gruop fault
off
on
off
active

0
1

off
on

0
1
2
3
4
5
6

off
pre alarm
intrusion
tamper
fire
attack
TAL

0
1
0

off
on
on

O
...

...

on

From I/O device number 3220/group number 1501 the groups are allocated to annother central
unit.

I/O type:

Group 5008 ESSERNET

300500860

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I/O device definition for Esser 800x Essernet

Connection of ESSER FDC 8000-Series to the ESSERNET-Gateway

1. Basic system configurations


Connection is executed via the Essernet gateway
A network with max. 30 further users can be connected per gateway.
Presently, you can connect to the Essernet gateway with :
- 62.5k - max. 16 users
- 500k - max. 31 users

2. Supported central units


ESSER FDC 8008
ESSER FDC 8007
ESSER FDC 8000M
ESSER FDC 8000C

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2. Overvieuw of I/O devices


I/O device

I/O types-ID

I/O device name

from

to

300800001

panel mode

300800002

panel state

300800003

panel failures

300800004

energy supply

300800005

acoustic

300800006

printer

300800007

alarm delay

300800008

transmission unit general

18

300800009

transmission unit 10

101

200

300800010

primary lines

10001

16000

300800011

group / detector X

30001

31000

300800012

control groups

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3. I/O device definitions


3.1 General I/O devices und panel operation
I/O deviceNo.

Name

panel mode

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

IS 0
manual

O
1

off
on

IS 1
test mode

O
1

off
on

IS 2
revision

O
1

off
on

IS 3
PC-revision

O
1
2
3

off
local
other panel
TEDIS

IS 4
remote maintenance

O
1

off
running

116

key operated switch

O
1

closed
open

14

O
1

closed
open

O
1
2
3
4
5

no level
1
2
3
4
5

IS 7
user level

I/O type: 300800001

Function value-

Panel mode 8000

I/O No.: 1

Alg

110
1e+08

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3.2 Panel state


I/O deviceNo.

Name

panel state

I/O type: 300800002

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

Alg

IS 0
fire brigade keybox

O
1

ok
feedback

16

IS 1
autodialer

O
1

ok
reset

IS 2
BSL

O
1

ok
released

IS 3
reset fire panel

O
1

off
running

IS 4
emergency operation
fire

O
1

ok
alarm

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

reset
buzzer off
buzzer off, start
exploration time

Panel state 8000

Function value-

14

I/O No.: 2

3.3 Panel malfunction


I/O deviceNo.

Name

panel malfunction

I/O type: 300800003

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

AlG

IS 0
Essernet

O
1
2

ok
left side
right side

19119
1

IS 1
printer

O
1

ok
malfunction

14

IS 2
CPU

O
1
2

ok
breakdown CPU 1
breakdown CPU 2

IS 3
test channel

O
1

ok
failure

14

IS 4
communication node

O
1

ok
failure

14

Panel malfunction 8000

I/O No.: 3

1414

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3.4 Energy supply


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

energy supply

I/O type: 300800004

Function valueNo.

Name

AlG

IS 0
net

O
1
2
3

ok
short
long
unspecific

14141
4

IS 1
battery

O
1

ok
failure

IS 2
power supply unit

O
1
2
3
4
5

ok
extternal unit failure
failure ULINE
failure UBINT
failure UBEXT
failure unspecific

IS 3
ground fault

O
1

ok
failure

Energy supply 8000

14
14141
41414

14

I/O No.: 4

3.5 Acoustics
I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

acoustic (AE)

I/O type: 300800005

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1

active
off

IS 1
failure

O
1

off
on

IS 2
all alarm signalling
units

O
1

all active
all switched off

IS 3
switch off FBOU

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

Acoustics 8000

I/O No.: 5

AlG

14

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3.6 Printer
I/O deviceNo.

Name

printer

I/O type: 300800006

Input states /
Output states
IS 0
state

Printer 8000

Function valueNo.

Name

O
1
2
3
4
5

ok
without paper
without reaction
without connection
out of use
unspecific

AlG
1e+09

I/O No.: 6

3.7 Alarm delay


I/O device-

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

alarm delay

I/O type: 300800007

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

switched off
switched on

IS 1
switch delayed

O
1

off
on

IS 2
alarm delay time

O
1

off
running

17

IS 3
exploration time

O
1

off
running

17

OS 0
switch

O
1
2

off
on
buzzer off, start
exploration time

Alarm delay 8000

I/O No.: 7

AlG

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3.8 Transmission unit general


I/O deviceNo.

Name

Transmission unit
general (UE)

I/O type: 300800008

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

IS 0
state

O
1

on
off

IS 1
failure

O
1

ok
fault

IS 2
switching FBOU

O
1

off
on

IS 3
test operation

O
1

off
on

Transmission unit general 8000

AlG

14

115

I/O No.: 8

3.9 Transmission unit


I/O deviceNo.

Name

transmission unit 1
(UE1)

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

AlG

IS 0
feedback

O
1

on
off

14

IS 1
prevent activation

O
1

off
on

14

IS 0
feedback

O
1

on
off

14

IS 1
prevent activation

O
1

off
on

14

O O O O
18

Transmission unit 10
(UE10)

I/O type: 300800009

Transmission unit 8000

I/O No.: 9-18

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3.10 Primary lines


(maximal 100 for one central unit)
I/O deviceNo.

Name

101

primary line 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNo.

Name

AlG

IS 0
transmission unit
activation

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

no
TU1
TU2
TU3
TU4
TU5
TU6
TU7
TU8
TU9
TU10

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

IS 1
transmission unit
delayed

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

no
TU1
TU2
TU3
TU4
TU5
TU6
TU7
TU8
TU9
TU10

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

IS 2
failure

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

off
line failure
module failure
power supply
DualPortedRAM-error
topology
test
no communication
unspecific
line query
net timeout
UZ300X
Prfkanal
Primary line

14
14
14
14
14
117
14
14
14
14
14
14
14

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O
200
*3)

primary line
100

IS 3
switch off

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

off
complete
O- sensor
I-sensor
OI-sensor
key
cover open
revision active
printer
unspecific

106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106

IS 4
start period

O
1

off
running

107

IS 5
exchange
detector

O
1

no
yes

108

IS 6
sector-actuation

O
1

no
yes

IS 7
alarm

O
1

off
on

OS 0 *1)
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1 *2)
switch sensor

O
1
2
3

O- sensor off
I-sensor off
OI-Sensor off
all sensors on

OS 0 *1)
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1 *2)
switch sensor

O
1
2
3

O- sensor off
I-sensor off
OI-Sensor off
all sensors on

I/O type: 300800010 Primary line 8000 I/O No.: 101-200


I/O type: 300800014 Primary line 8000 switch onlyI/O No.: 101-200
I/O type: 300800015 Primary line 8000 without controlI/O No.: 101-200
*1) not included in I/O devicetype 3008000015
*2) not included in I/O devicetype 3008000014 and 3008000015
*3) The total number of possible primary lines is :
FDC 8008:
59
FDC 8007/8000M: 34
FDC 8000C: 25

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3.11. Detector groups/ detectors


(Max. 1000 groups with max. 5000 detectors, max. 32 detectors for every group)
I/O deviceNo.

Name

10001

Detector group/
detector 1

Input states /
Output states

Function valueNr

Name

AlG

IS 0
transmission unit
activation

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

no
TU1
TU2
TU3
TU4
TU5
TU6
TU7
TU8
TU9
TU10

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

IS 1
transmission unit
delayed

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

no
TU1
TU2
TU3
TU4
TU5
TU6
TU7
TU8
TU9
TU10

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15

IS 2
failure
detector/group

O
1
2

off
on
test failure

14
118

IS 3
failure coupler

O
1

off
on

14

IS 4
state
detector/group

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

on
complete off
O- sensor off
I-sensor off
OI-sensor off
relay off
external LED
internal LED
unspecific

106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106

IS 5
state coupler

O
1
2

on
extinguishing
system off
switched off

106
106
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IS 6
test mode

O
1

off
on

IS 7
alarm

O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

off
manual
fire alarm
technical alarm
pre alarm
stored alarm
first of 2 groups
first of 2 detectors
first 2 detectors
primary line
test alarm

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1 *2)
switch sensor

O
1
2
3

O- sensor off
I-sensor off
OI-sensor off
all sensors on

OS2
testmode

O
1

off
on

O
16000

Detector group/
detector
6000

117
*1)
10/11
10/11
24
12/13
12/13
12/13
12/13
12/13
119

IS 7

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1 *2)
switch sensor

O
1
2
3

O- sensor off
I-sensor off
OI-sensor off
all sensors on

OS2
testmode

O
1

off
on

I/O type: 300800011 Detector/group 8000


I/O No.: 10001-16000
I/O type: 300800013 Group 8000
I/O No.: 10001-16000
I/O type: 300800016 Detector/group 8000 without switch sensor
I/O No.: 10001-16000
*1) the first value is valid for type 300800011 and 300800016, the second for type 300800013
*2) not available with I/O device type 300800016

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3.12 Control group


(max. 1000 control groups)
I/O deviceNo.

Name

30001

control group 1

Input states /
Output states

No.

Name

AlG

IS 0
actuation

O
1
2
3

off
complete actuation
test function
triggering actuation

109
118
109

IS 1
switching off

O
1

off
complete

106

IS 2
failure

O
1
2
3

off
complete
unspecific
test function

IS 3
blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1
test mode

O
1

off
on

OS 2 *1)
relay failure

switch on

O
31000

Function value-

106

105

control group
1000
IS 3
blocking

O
1

off
on

OS 0
switch

O
1

off
on

OS 1
test mode

O
1

off
on

OS 2 *1)
relay failure

switch on

I/O type: 300800012


control group 8000
I/O No.: 30001-31000
I/O type: 300800017
control group 8000 without relay control I/O No.: 30001-31000
*1) not available with I/O device type 300800017

105

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