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Basic CONCEPT Programming

Practical Exercise
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Alarm Monitoring 18 Practical Exercise 10 – Access control Introduction 19 Practical Exercise 11 – Calculated Auxiliaries 20 Consolidation Exercise 3 – Everything 21 Appendices Appendix 1 – Adding System Inputs to the System Area Appendix 2 – Assigning a Prox Card to a User Appendix 3 – Access Group – ENTRY DOOR Appendix 4 – How they all fit together 3 24 25 26 27 .Contents Setting Panel Comms Task for Insight 4 Preparing Insight for Panel Connection – Enrol a Panel 5 Practical Exercise 1 – Programming Introduction 8 Practical Exercise 2 – Zone Programming 9 Practical Exercise 3 – Siren Lists 10 Practical Exercise 4 – Area Programming 11 Practical Exercise 5 – Systems Area and Area Lists 12 Practical Exercise 6 – Area Operation and Alarm Handling 13 Practical Exercise 7 – Module Programming. Terminal keypad 14 Practical Exercise 8 – Users and User Types 15 Consolidation 1 – Security and User control 16 Consolidation 2 – Advanced Security 17 Practical Exercise 9 – Communications.

Press HELP 0 to go back out.9. . 4. Any Hex values can be used 0.B. These options are for other connection methods. CT001 . No other comms task should use CT001.2. .6. Menu 7-3-1 CT001 Idle -> Insight 2. Port 0 should only be used for commissioning.C. Press HELP 9 to enter into the Insight comms task programming. . 3.5. . The first 2 digits MUST be ‘00’. PANEL OPTIONS CT001 Panel ID: 00000000 (00999999) Information details Must not be set to all 0’s.8. I A C E RS232 n n n n n n n n ‘ACE’ Should be flagged to Y to enable comms via RS232.3.E or F Programmed options CT001 Panel ID: 00999999 CT001 Port to use: 0 Select the Serial port connected to on the panel UART. Insight should ALWAYS be programmed in CT001.D. CT001 Baud Rate: 9600 CT001 .4. This should be set to default 9600.7. Make the Comms Task Active by Pressing 9 4 . A. CT001 Port to use: 1 CT001 Baud Rate: 9600 Serial port communication speed. Note: changes made to ALL comms tasks should be done in the idle state. .1.Setting Panel Comms Task for Insight Computer based programming with Insight Panel Comms Task Settings 1. I A C E RS232 n n n n n Y Y Y The other options in the Insight comms task should be left at default. .

Login as Installer. 3. This will bring up the Insight Launch Pad screen to let you run the Insight modules. Right Click on the Database Tool and select “Start Database”. the Database tool must be started. This will set up panel connection for programming. the start menu will have an Inner Range folder. This contains links to the Insight modules. Once Insight has been installed on the computer. Start the Launch Pad application by clicking on the little man icon once. The default login credentials are installer/installer or admin/admin. 5 . Click the Enrol Panel icon from the Launch Pad. 2. (Insight Pro version shown below) 4. Ensure the Database Tool and Launch Pad are running. To run Insight. This is indicated by two icons in the system tray.Preparing Insight for Panel Connection Computer based programming with Insight Setting up Insight for Panel connection 1. A login window will be presented for the Username and Password to be entered. The red slash will disappear from the icon once the database is started.

Protocol: Encryption Key: Connection: Baud Rate: PC Serial Port: Panel Server: Insight Should be left blank unless encryption is used (Used to further encrypt panel to Insight communications) Serial Port > Panel UART since RS232 is used 9600 same as comms task setting PC serial port connected to the panel (Device Manager will provide this info) LOCAL Once everything required has been entered. Whilst logged off “MENU 2” on the terminal will show the panel serial number. Panel Name: Panel ID: Serial Number: Used to identify the enrolled panel in the Insight program. Click it to start the enrolment process. Note: The fields with the icon must match with what has been programmed in the panel Insight comms task and the panel info screen. 6 . This must be same as the setting in the Insight Comms task. Identification. the “Enrol Now” button will be enabled. Fill in the Enrol Panel dialogue box as follows.5. Communication.

7 . Down the left hand side of the screen is a list of enrolled panels. the progress indications can be seen. login as the Installer. 10. connect to the enrolled panel via Serial.If the enrolment process is successfully started. 9. The programming that exists inside the panel will be transferred into Insight during the enrolment process. The panel is now ready for programming to be done. This is the application to program the system. The panels online status bar will now indicate the panel is online and ready to be programmed when the panel is connected to Insight. return to the Launchpad. 8. 7. Run Insight Edit from the Launchpad. If required. 6. Once enrolment has completed.

Check the Memory version.Practical Exercise 1 Programming Introduction. 4. 3. Check Review to ensure all expected modules are present and secure. Where do you find the option to enable this feature? ____________________________________________________________________________ Q4: A: How to filter review information to only show user operations from the keypad? ____________________________________________________________________________ NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 8 . how would you overcome it? ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ A: If more review information is required to help troubleshoot an issue in the system. Does this indicate a problem. 1. size and configuration. (AC fail Time 30 mins) Set Time and Date. Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Question Time Q1: A: Q2: A: Q3: What memory configuration would be selected to allow for at least 48 LCD terminals. Set General System options. 8 Mini expanders and 65 reader modules? ____________________________________________________________________________ Before powering up the system. Secure the LAN. Default the Memory to “Standard” configuration. 5. 7. 2. if so. 6. the pre-power check indicated a LAN resistance of 100 Ohms across A + B. Power-up a Training Module.

2 Elite terminals and 1 “E” type expander module? ______________________________________________________________________________ Q2: A: In the zone programming options.Practical Exercise 2 Zone Programming T 1. what does the “N” option do to an input? ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Q3: Which menu is used to test the state of an Input? How to view multiple inputs on the screen at one time? ______________________________________________________________________________ A: NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 9 . Program 4 Zone Inputs: Name C01:Z01 C01:Z02 C01:Z03 C01:Z04 Description Entry Door Reed Entry PIR Office PIR Rear Door Reed Menu ________ SIXSRANT (Options) nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn nnnnnnnn Question Time Q1: A: How many maximum zone inputs on a system with a Control module.

3 and 4 on the 1 options screen mean? (In Insight. S003 and S004) ___________________________________________________________________________ Q5: A: What is important to remember if “E” and “B” type expanders are used to drive horn sirens? ___________________________________________________________________________ st 10 . Menu _________ Question Time Q1: A: Where are the 8 Ohm sirens connected to on a 2 Door Access Module and what are the terminals labelled as? ___________________________________________________________________________ Q2: A: What are the only modules that can directly drive an 8 Ohm horn siren? ___________________________________________________________________________ Q3: A: How many siren lists can you have under a 128k Apartments memory configuration? ___________________________________________________________________________ Q4: A: What would a siren list with a Y under the 0.Practical Exercise 3 Siren Lists 1. Program Siren List SL001 to include all Control module Sirens. tick boxes S000.

8. Assign the following Zone Inputs to the Office Area: Zone C01:Z01 C01:Z02 C01:Z03 C01:Z04 Description Entry Door Reed Entry PIR Office PIR Rear Door Reed Menu ________ Process Group Burglary Primary Burglary Delayed Burglary Burglary Question Time Q1: A: How many Areas can you have under a 32k Special configuration? ___________________________________________________________________________ Q2: From the keypad. Check the Memory version. 2. 4. 7. Check Review to ensure all expected modules are present and secure. Program Area 001 as follows: Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ A001 Area to Programme Area Name Office Internal Siren mode Instant External Siren mode Instant Siren List SL001 Siren Time 5 minutes Siren Aux (Piezo) C01:X02 Entry Delay 5 seconds Exit Delay 5 seconds Entry Aux T01:X04 Exit Aux T01:X05 Comms Options: OCAN2S nnnnnn Close Aux T01:X06 Alarm1 Aux (Strobe) C01:X01 Although. size and configuration. (Refer back to Ex2) Program Siren List 1 to include all Control module sirens. 5. 3.Practical Exercise 4 Area Programming 1. (AC fail Time 30 mins) Set Time and Date. Secure the LAN. they will not be used in this course 9. what is the shortcut to get to the screen to allocate Process Groups to an input in an Area? ___________________________________________________________________________ A: NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 11 . 6. Program 4 Zone Inputs as per Exercise 2. Set General System options. there are more options in Area programming.

Practical Exercise 5 System Area and Area Lists 1. size and configuration. Assign the default System Inputs to the System Area. Program 4 Zone Inputs as per Exercise 2. A001 Office Instant Instant SL001 5 minutes C01:X02 5 seconds 5 seconds T01:X04 T01:X05 nnnnnn T01:X06 C01:X01 Description Entry Door Reed Entry PIR Office PIR Rear Door Reed Menu ________ Menu ________ A009 System None None None 0 None 0 0 None None nnnnnn T01:X02 C01:X01 Assign the following Zone Inputs to the Office Area: Zone C01:Z01 C01:Z02 C01:Z03 C01:Z04 Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Menu ________ Process Group Burglary Primary Burglary Delayed Burglary Burglary 10. (AC fail Time 30 mins) Set Time and Date. 7. See APPENDIX 1 for more information 11. 6. Secure the LAN. AL001 called “All Areas” with Areas 1 and 9 only. 3. 4. Check the Memory version. 5. Program Siren List 1 to include all Control module sirens. 2. Area to Programme Area Name Internal Siren mode External Siren mode Siren List Siren Time Siren Aux Entry Delay Exit Delay Entry Aux Exit Aux Comms Options: OCAN2S Close Aux Alarm1 Aux 9. 8. Check Review to ensure all expected modules are present and secure. Program Area A001 (OFFICE) and Area A009 (SYSTEM). Program Area List. Menu ________ Menu ________ Question Time Q1: A: What is special about AL001? ______________________________________________________________________ Q2: A: What memory configuration will allow 210 Area lists? ______________________________________________________________________ 12 . Set General System options.

Turn off the "Office" Area. Now test cabinet tamper. Acknowledge the alarm events. 10. Secure Area 1 . 12. Turn on 24 hour part of System Area and test cabinet tamper. Acknowledge the alarm events.Practical Exercise 6 Area Operation and Alarm Handling 1. paying particular attention to the manner in which Entry and Exit delays affect alarm activations."Office". Also generate alarms on System Inputs such as Cabinet Tamper. NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 13 . 11. Turn off the Area List "All Areas". Turn on System Area then turn System Area off again. Turn off 24 hour part of System Area and test cabinet tamper. Generate an alarm on one or more Zone Inputs in Area 1. 8. 13. 7. Generate an alarm on one or more Zone Inputs. 3. 2. Secure the Area List "All Areas". 4. 6. 9. Repeat the above exercise. Note the operation of the alarm system below. 5.

Secure the LAN after any changes are made to terminal Programming. Area OFFICE Select OFFICE T01 Door None (this option is used for access control) T01 Acc IOAQZSPE Opts -> nnnnnnn DO NOT SET THE ‘A’ option.LNZ nnnn 2. options as defined below: Menu ________ LCD Terminal to alter: T01 T01 SMDLIATO Msgs: nYnYnYnn Try different option combinations T01 Led Mode None Try different options T01 Assoc. 4.Practical Exercise 7 Module Programming – Terminal keypad 1. Menu ________ 3. Program a Terminal. (SMDLIATO) Question Time Q1: A: What happens if you set the “A” option that you are told not to set? ______________________________________________________________________ Q2: A: What memory configuration will allow 99 Terminals? ______________________________________________________________________ Q3: A: What would the abbreviation T100 mean and how is this module program? ______________________________________________________________________ NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 14 . Repeat the above exercise with different terminal Message options. Check functionality of Terminal and Display by securing and unsecuring an Area and an Area List. The other options are used for access control T01 Extra Options Q: What does the ‘N’ option do? A: _____________________________________ .

etc. Log on as PHILIP J FRY and check operation of Areas. Menu ________ Program an additional User Type. details as follows: Menu ________ User to Alter: U00003 User 00003 Name PHILIP J FRY U00003 type -> ADMIN STAFF User 00003 PIN No. the options as defined below: Menu ________ 3.Type 003 Name: ADMIN STAFF UT003 ON List -> Admin Areas UT003 OFF List -> Admin Areas UT003 Menu Grp -> ALL MENUS 4. AL003 and named it “Admin Areas” This Area List should have Area 1. User Type to Alter: UT003 U. OFFICE only. Program an additional User. Menu ________ 5. Question Time Q1: A: Q2: A: What are the names and abbreviations of the default Users and User Types in the Concept system? _________________________________________________________________________________ What must be done with user programming (but not in the classroom) before you commission a system? _________________________________________________________________________________ NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 15 . Rename the MASTER User (U00002) to “MAXWELL POWERS”. Programming from Exercise 5 should still be in the panel. 2. 03 6.Practical Exercise 8 Users and User Types 1. Program an Area List.

5. System Inputs should be assigned to an area named SYSTEM. NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 16 . All Zone Inputs are to be assigned to one area named OFFICE. 8. 4. The Owner of the building “___________________” must be able to operate ALL areas.Consolidation Exercise 1 Combining Security with User Control Front Door Reed Storeroom PIR Reception PIR Sales Office PIR Specifications: 1. 7. One of the Sales Staff “___________________” must be able to operate only the OFFICE area. A strobe light will be installed on the outside of the building along with a horn siren. 2. 3. Terminal LEDs to indicate the status of the OFFICE and SYSTEM areas. A 12v Piezo screamer will be installed in the store room. The whole system must be audible. 6.

The entrance PIR and REED need to be in an area called ENTRANCE.Consolidation Exercise 2 Advanced Security WAREHOUSE Warehouse PIR Entrance Reed Warehouse REED OFFICE Entrance PIR Office Reed Office PIR May need to document on the floor plan EVERYTHING that is to be installed Assume the 8-way Aux card is installed on C01 (X03 . System Inputs are to be assigned to an area named SYSTEM. An IT Technician will need access to ALL BUILDING Areas. 4. The Receptionist “Anna Bolic” must be able to operate the OFFICE Area. 16. And Only the INSTALLER will have access to this area. A Piezo screamer will be installed in each of the building areas. 6. 12. 18. 9. 15. The Manager “Sally Smith” must be able to operate ALL BUILDING Areas. 13. The IT Technician will only have access to the system over the weekends. 8. Terminal LEDs are to indicate the status of all programmed areas individually. There is a designated Comms Room in the Warehouse. 14. meaning firing sirens and piezos. Two Inputs (Reed and PIR) are protecting this area. 5. All Office Zone Inputs to be assigned to an area named OFFICE. A Strobe/Horn unit need to be installed in a location that is visible from the road. 17. These inputs will be in a separate area monitoring the Comms Room. A 5 second entry/exit timer will suffice for the commissioning of the system. 2. A secure location has been chosen to install the control module. The Storeman “Geoff Jones” must be able to operate the WAREHOUSE Area. 7. 17 . Warehouse Zone Inputs to be assigned to an area named WAREHOUSE. The ENTRANCE area is to be operated by ALL staff members. The entrance reed will be wired back to a zone input on the Terminal. The Terminal is installed on the inside of the entrance of the building.X10) Specifications: 1. 11. 3. The system must be audible. The screamer will activate when the area it is installed in goes into alarm. Additional Programming Practice Instructor will demonstrate Sub Area Processing/Time Zone Processing if time allows. 10. The ENTRANCE area will automatically arm/disarm with the OFFICE and WAREHOUSE areas.

Program a Telephone Number for a monitoring station as follows: Menu ________ Phone # to program: TN001 Phone #001 Name: XL SECURITY Phone #001 is: 9753 3488 2. CT002 Client Code: 3333 CT002 1st No. Make the Comms Task Active. –> XL SECURITY CT002 2nd No.Practical Exercise 9 Communications and monitoring Programming from Consolidation Exercise 1 or 2 could still be in the panel for this exercise. -> XL SECURITY Press HELP “0” to go back out. 4. as follows: Menu ________ Comm task to program: CT002 CT002 Idle -> Contact ID or IR fast Press HELP “9” to go to nested table. Setup the OFFICE area from the Consolidation Exercise to report Open & Close activities to the monitoring station. Menu ________ Question Time Q1: A: What do the abbreviations “S” and “2” mean in the options screen of Area programming? _____________________________________________________________________________ Q2: A: Which key is used to toggle between the Active and Idle states of a comms task? _____________________________________________________________________________ Q3: A: What must CT001 ALWAYS be set to? _____________________________________________________________________________ 18 . 1. 3. Program a Contact ID Comms Task.

Terminal LEDs to indicate the status of the OFFICE and SYSTEM Areas. 7. The OK button on the Terminal inside the building should act as a REX button whilst the terminal is logged off. 11. 9. Phone number 9753 3488. 8. 10. See APPENDIX 2 for information regarding assigning a card to a user. All alarms occurring in the OFFICE Area must be audible. 3. All areas are to report open and close activities via client code 3333 to the ABC Security company. 13.Practical Exercise 10 Access Control Introduction FRONT DOOR Front Door Reed Storeroom PIR Entry PIR Sales Office PIR Specifications: 1. One of the Sales Staff. When John presents his card three times at the reader. Horn sirens. Peter should not be able to turn the OFFICE Area on or off. Peter Jones is to be issued a 26 bit Wiegand card. the system should automatically arm the OFFICE Area. 2. John Smith is to be issued a 26bit Wiegand card which will allow him to access the FRONT DOOR. All the building Zones to be assigned to one Area named OFFICE. 12. System Inputs to be assigned to an Area named SYSTEM. 6. When John presents his card at the reader. strobe lights and a Piezo screamer are also to be installed and programmed. 19 . John Smith must be able to operate ALL BUILDING Areas. Peter is to be allowed access through the FRONT DOOR but only if the OFFICE Area has already been turned off. 4. The General Manager of the business. the system must turn off the OFFICE Area automatically before releasing the door. 5.

2. __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Program different Calculated Auxiliary actions and take note of their operations. turn the 1st Aux on and off in the Calculated Auxiliary. CA001 Action -> OPPOSITE to 1st CA001 Result Aux: T01:X02 CA001 1st Aux: T01:X06 The other screens for Calculated Auxiliaries programming can be explored in your own time. From the testing menu. and observe the operation of the Result Auxiliary. Program CA001 as below. st Equal to 1 st ON if 1 ON st OFF if 1 ON NOTES: __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 20 .Practical Exercise 11 Calculated Auxiliaries 1.

128k RAM (An 8-way Aux expander is assumed to be fitted) One Universal Elite Terminal One 2 Door Access Module The control module and reader module will be installed in a designated communications room. The Manager. You have been commissioned to install a system for Moran Enterprises. 21 . The consultant that did the plans left out some key elements of the system. Carl has given you the following description of how he wishes the system to operate as well as users. The keypad will be installed on the wall in the foyer to allow users to arm/disarm their allowed areas. PINs and access permissions. 3. Access Control and Building Automation Integration WAREHOUSE FRONT DOOR FOYER LIGHT VAULT VAULT DOOR OFFICE Document on the floor plan EVERYTHING that’s going to be installed.Consolidation Exercise 3 Security. 2. The floor plan indicates the location of the detection devices and other hardware. These will have to be added to the floor plan accordingly. The hardware chosen for the job is outlined below. 1. One Concept 4000 controller.

User Names and Permissions: 1. It should sound for no more than 5 minutes at a time. A Reader module (R01) has been installed so a card can be used to access the VAULT. 6. Carl also wants to be able to secure the Vault by presenting his Key Fob at the card reader three times. Future expansion requires a memory configuration to be chosen to allow 32 reader modules and 2 Wireless RF expanders. The Vault Door lock will be attached to R01:X01. He wants his PIN to be “bling” (14353) Other Specifications: 1. The light inside the Vault will be controlled by a relay connected to C01:X02. The LEDs on the Terminal are to indicate the status of the OFFICE. FOYER and WAREHOUSE Areas. 22 . 5. FOYER T01:Z01 T01:Z02 C01:X03 Foyer REED Foyer PIR Foyer Piezo Screamer OFFICE C01:Z01 C01:Z02 C01:X04 Office PIR Storeroom PIR Office Piezo Screamer WAREHOUSE C01:Z03 Warehouse REED C01:Z04 Warehouse PIR C01:X05 Warehouse Piezo Screamer VAULT C01:Z05 R01:Z01 C01:X06 Vault PIR Vault REED Vault Piezo Screamer SYSTEM Add system inputs in this area 3. His PIN spells "cash" (1173). 8. Carl wants to expand his enterprise in the near future. The Maintenance guy Frank needs access to all the building areas. Roberta is only to have access to the Office Area. 5. 11. The SYSTEM Area is only to be available to the INSTALLER. 4. When Carl uses his Key Fob to access the Vault. The Strobe light will be connected to C01:X01. the security within the Vault is to automatically turn off and the light is to automatically turn on. (He knows this feature is available) 9. (77173) Mick is to have access to all Areas except the Vault. Her PIN spells "pills" (63447). 3. 6. 4. VAULT. His PIN is (16958). 7. The Vault Door is only to be opened by Carl when he uses the Proximity Key Fob that is to be issued to him. 2. 2. All users are to have access to the Foyer to arm/disarm their allowed areas. He likes the word "stash" so his PIN should spell the word "stash" on the keypad. Carl is to have access to all Areas in the building. the light inside the Vault is to turn off automatically. When the Vault Area is turned on. Carl wants the Reader module installed for the Vault Door. Vince the storeman needs access to the Warehouse. 10. There will be a Siren fitted to the main building and should be triggered by all Areas when they go into alarm.

The Foyer area will automatically disarm when a valid card is presented at the reader head and unlock the front door for 10 seconds. 14. The light will turn off when the area rearms. Carl wishes to have a reader on the front door. The OK key on the keypad will act as a REX button to unlock the front door to allow egress of the building. Users will still have to disarm/arm the Office or Warehouse Areas from the keypad. All users should have access through this second door. * OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING (To be done upon completion of the previous specifications) 13. All areas are to report open and close activities via client code 1121 to Dodgy Bros. NOTES __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 23 . Set up a second door to allow this to happen. Phone number 97533488. A light in the Foyer should turn on when the Foyer disarms.12. 17. 16. Monitoring Station. Use the “WORKING HOURS” Time Zone to automatically stop everyone other than Carl access to the building on the weekends and after hours. Program 3-badge arming to be used to arm the Foyer once they have left for the day. he knows he has a 2 Door Reader module so he wants to make the most of it. T01:X01 has a relay connected to switch power for this light. FEELING REALLY GAME? 17. 15.

Inputs OK Select Inputs-> TSLI ias Y YYY n n n NOTE: *** The T S L I i a s options are the default system inputs process groups 9 to 15 (refer to Menu 2-4-3).Appendix 1 Adding System Inputs to the System Area 01 OK MENU 7-1 (LOGIN as Installer) (Area Programming Options) Area to program: A009 (Use Area 9 as the System Area) HELP (Hyperlink to Area Options) 9 Press RIGHT ARROW until you see Area Default -> Add Sys. NOTE: *** Insight program will not know about these changes until a full panel upload is done. OK Push ‘9’ key to Confirm Default “Default Done” will show on the screen. 24 . What process groups should be given to the system inputs can be found in the “Tables Tab” at the back of the programming manual (Tables T01).

25 . * Note: Insight will not know about these changes until a full panel upload is done. There should be card data displayed for this User.Appendix 2 Assigning a Prox Card to a User (Using the Direct Entry Mode) 01 OK (LOGIN as Installer) MENU 2-1 (User Programming) User to alter: U00001 (First Screen) OK OK OK (Skip past three screens) U00001 Crd Typ-> Direct Entry (Right Arrow to select Direct Entry) OK U00001 Raw Card Data: 0000000000 PRESS the “ON” KEY U00001 Waiting for card … PRESENT THE CARD AT THE READER HEAD (Screen Will Change Back To) U00001 Crd Typ-> Direct Entry PRESS “OK” Key to view the raw card data.

Front Door 26 .Appendix 3 Access Group .ENTRY DOOR Inside & Outside Outside Area or Exit Area (None) Inside Area or Entry Area (Office) Reader Head or Terminal to ENTER Entry options In this way Exit options Out this way REX to Exit D001 .

Appendix 4 How they all fit together CARD ENROLLED (DIRECT ENTRY) USER (U) MENU 2.6 MENU GROUP (MG) MENU 2.2 USER TYPE (UT) MENU 2.3.2.3.3.3. (R) MENU 7.1 ACCESS GROUP (AG) MENU 2.2 27 .1 DOOR LIST (DL) MENU 2.4.4.2 TERMINAL MENU 7.1 INPUT (Z) 7.1 SIREN LIST (SL) MENU 2.2 DOORs (D) MENU 7.3 COMMS TASK (CT) MENU 7.1 AREA LIST (AL) MENU 2.1 READER MOD.4.2.4 ENTRY/ EXIT BEEPS AREA AUX (X) OPEN/CLOSE AUX SIREN/STROBE AUX PROCESS GROUP (PG) MENU 2.3 AREAs (A) MENU 7.0 PHONE # (TN) MENU 7.3.