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1 Paradox Integration Module Settings Guide

2 List of Terms used in Paradox Integration Module Settings Guide Introduction into Paradox Integration Module Settings Guide Configuration of the Paradox integration module How to configure the Paradox integration module Configuration of the interaction of the Intellect Server with an EVO control panel How to configure the interaction of the Intellect Server with an EVO control panel Configuration of the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel Reading the Digiplex EVO system configuration from the EVO control panel Synchronization of the time on the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel 6 5 Sending the configuration to the EVO control panel Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's users Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's doors How to configure the Digiplex EVO system's doors Identification of a door in the ACFA Intellect Software System Specification of the Digiplex EVO door parameters Identification of a K641R keypad in the ACFA Intellect Software System Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's sections Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's security zones Configuration of a security zone's addressing Specification of security zone parameters Configuration of a DG457 sensor Configuration of a DG467 sensor Configuration of a DG85 sensor Configuration of a DM50/DM60 sensor Configuration of a DM70 sensor Configuration of a ZC1 sensor Working with the Paradox integration module General Information on Working with the Paradox integration module Controlling a Digiplex EVO system's sections

3 List of Terms used in Paradox Integration Module Settings Guide PIN code the same thing as a user access code. Access the movement of people, vehicles, and other objects into (out of) facilities, buildings, zones, and areas. Closed zone a Digiplex EVO system security zone in which the alarm input (sensor) is in a normal (inactive) state. The normal state indicates there have been no events. Water zone a Digiplex EVO system zone designed to log events in the water infrastructure of a secured area, i.e. Water leak, Tank level, etc. (depending on the sensor used). Gas zone a Digiplex EVO system zone designed to log events in the gas infrastructure of a secured area, i.e. Gas leak, C arbon monoxide detected, etc. (depending on the gas sensor used). Heating zone a Digiplex EVO system zone designed to log Heating events in the heating infrastructure of a secured area, i.e. Heat leak, High temperature, etc. (depending on the temperature sensor used). Cool zone a Digiplex EVO system zone designed to log Cooling events in the heating infrastructure of a secured area, i.e. Cooling, Low temperature, etc. (depending on the temperature sensor used). User ID a user's name in the Digiplex EVO system. Actuating devices turnstiles, gates, boom barriers, or doors, which are equipped with electromagnetic or electromechanical locks. User access card a user's personal card for accessing secured areas and/or controlling the Digiplex EVO system. K641R keypad a keypad with an LCD that connects to an EVO control panel and is designed to configure and control that panel. Administrator code a code that grants access to all functions in a Digiplex EVO system; it also grants the ability to add, edit, and delete user access codes. The code is between 4 and 6 digits long. User access code a personal user code for accessing secured areas and/or controlling the Digiplex EVO system. EVO control panel a panel for monitoring and controlling a fire/security alarm system and access control devices. The Int ellect Software System integrates the EVO48 and EVO192 panels. Digiplex EVO configuration the sum total of all of the Digiplex EVO hardware and access parameters. Instant arming arming of only selected Digiplex EVO system zones (i.e., windows and doors), allowing the user to freely occupy other zones (i.e. residential zones). When a "instantly armed" zone is opened, the entry-delay timer is not activated. Normal arming arming a section in which all zones are closed. Open zone a Digiplex EVO system security zone in which the alarm input (sensor) is in an active state. The active state means that events are logged (i.e. Access granted, Fire alarm, Water leak, Gas detected, etc.). Perimeter arming arming of only selected Digiplex EVO system zones (i.e., windows and doors), allowing the user to freely occupy other zones (i.e. residential zones). When a "perimeter armed" zone is opened, the entry-delay timer is activated. Digiplex EVO security zone a logical element of a Digiplex EVO system, designed to log a specific type of events (i.e. only access control events). Events are logged based on changes to the state of the zone's alarm input (sensor). A security zone is assigned to a section of a Digiplex EVO system based on its location. Digiplex EVO access parameters the sum total of all user rights, access levels, time schedules, and holidays stored in EVO control panels. Digiplex EVO hardware parameters the Digiplex EVO system's hardware settings. Under-duress arming an option that makes it possible to quickly arm open zones. Digiplex EVO system section a Digiplex EVO system is divided into sections by location (office, warehouse, etc.). Each section is controlled separately by the user assigned to it, i.e. the user with the rights to execute the required control operations). Intellect Server - a computer configured as an Intellect Software System Server. Serial number an 8-digit hexadecimal number assigned to each device in a Digiplex EVO system. It serves to identify the device in the system. Access control system (ACS) a system of hardware and software designed to monitor and control access. Readers electronic devices designed for entering an access code using a keypad and/or reading encoded data from an access card. 3

4 Entry-delay timer an option that gives the user time to enter a secured area and enter a code to disarm the Digiplex EVO system before triggering the alarm. Exit-delay timer an option that gives the user time to leave an area before arming the Digiplex EVO system. Access point a place where access is controlled, i.e. a door in an Digiplex EVO system. Time schedule - a set of any number of time intervals during a day (24 hours) defined for several days (1 to 366), and the time intervals during specific dates. Time schedule defines a schedule of access to the secured object. Introduction into Paradox Integration Module Settings Guide On the page: Purpose of the document General information about the Paradox integration module Purpose of the document This Paradox Module Settings Guide is a reference manual designed for Paradox Module configuration technicians and operators. This module functions as part of security- and fire alarm systems and access control systems, which have been built on the ACFA Intellect Software System. This guide presents the following materials: General information about the Paradox integration module; Configuration of the Paradox integration module; Working with the Paradox integration module. General information about the Paradox integration module The Paradox integration module is part of SFA/ ACS systems built on the ACFA Intellect Software System. It is designed to perform the following functions: Configuration of a Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS (manufactured by Paradox); Interaction between a Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS and the ACFA Intellect Software System (monitoring, control). The integration module only supports programming a subset of the Digiplex EVO system settings. To program the unsupported settings, you must use the resources provided by the manufacturer: keypads and/or Winload software. Detailed information about the Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS is presented in the official documentation for that system. Attention! Before studying this guide we recommend reviewing the documentation for the Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS. The Paradox integration module supports communication with the following Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS devices: EVO48 control panel; EVO192 control panel; K641R LCD keypad. Before configuring the Paradox integration module, the following actions must be performed: Install the Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS hardware on the object to be secured. Program the LCD keypad. Program the control panel using the LCD keypad or Winload software, which is freely distributed by the manufacturer of the Digiplex EVO SFA/ACS. Configuration of the Paradox integration module 4

5 How to configure the Paradox integration module The Paradox integration module is installed as follows: Configure the interaction between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panels (EVO48 and/or EVO192). Configure the K641R keypads, which are used to configure and control the EVO control panels. Several keypads can be connected to a single EVO control panel. Configure the Digiplex EVO system's access points (doors). Configure the Digiplex EVO system's sections. Configure the Digiplex EVO system's security zones. Configuration of the interaction of the Intellect Server with an EVO control panel How to configure the interaction of the Intellect Server with an EVO control panel The interaction between the Intellect Server and an EVO control panel is configured on the settings pane of the Paradox SFA/ACS object. This object is created based on a Computer object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialo g. The interaction between the Intellect Server and an EVO control panel is configured as follows: 6. Configure the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel. Read the Digiplex EVO system configuration from the EVO control panel. If necessary, synchronize the time on the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel. If the Digiplex EVO system configuration has been changed in the ACFA Intellect Software System, transfer it to the EVO control panel. Configure the Digiplex EVO system's users. Repeat steps 1-5 for each EVO control panel connected to the Intellect Server. Configuration of the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel The Intellect Server connects to the EVO control panel through a COM port. Detailed information about connecting an EVO control panel to a computer is presented in the panel's official documentation. To configure the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel, do the following: 5

6 Go to the Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings panel. In the Port field, enter the number of the COM port used to connect the Intellect Server to the EVO control panel ( 1). In the User code field, enter the administrator code for the EVO control panel ( 2). Click the Apply button ( 3). This completes the process of configuring the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel. Reading the Digiplex EVO system configuration from the EVO control panel To read the Digiplex EVO system configuration from the EVO control panel, do the following in the ACFA Intellect Software System: Go to the Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings panel. Attention! The settings for the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel must be provided (see Configuration of the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel). Click Read configuration. The operation will update the following components: a. Paradox module's object tree. Attention! Only "Area" and "Security zone" objects are automatically created when the configuration is read. "Door" and "K641R keypad" objects must be created manually. b. access parameters stored in the ACFA Intellect Software System (i.e. users and time schedules). Components are updated in accordance with the parameters written on the EVO control panel. This completes the process of reading the Digiplex EVO system configuration from the EVO control panel to the ACFA Intellect Software System. Synchronization of the time on the Intellect Server and the EVO 6

7 control panel To synchronize the time on the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel, do the following: Go to the Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings panel. Attention! The settings for the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel must be provided (see Configuration of the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel). Click Send time. The operation will set the Intellect Server's current time on the EVO control panel. This completes the process of synchronizing the time on the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel. Sending the configuration to the EVO control panel To send the configuration from the Intellect Server to the EVO control panel, do the following: Go to the Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings panel. Attention! The settings for the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel must be provided (see Configuration of the connection between the Intellect Server and the EVO control panel). Click Send configuration. This completes the process of sending the configuration to the EVO control panel. Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's users To configure the Digiplex EVO system's users, do the following: Go to the Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings panel. 7

8 This will bring up the User settings window. List 1 ( 1) contains the users registered in the ACFA Intellect Software System. These users are also considered users in the Digiplex EVO system. Use the mouse to select the user to be edited. Check the boxes in the Areas group ( 2) to select sections of the Digiplex EVO system to which the user will be assigned. Information on identifying a Digiplex EVO system's sections in the ACFA Intellect Software System is given in Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's sections. 6. From the Permissions level list ( 3), select the desired role for the user in the Digiplex EVO system: a. No programming the user cannot program the settings of other users in the system. b. Programming codes the user can create new access codes, but only with default options; the user can also modify user access codes and user IDs. c. Programming codes and settings the user can create or change access codes and user options (see step 7), access control options (see step 8), access card numbers, user IDs, and assign users to sections of the system (see step 5). Check the boxes in the User settings group ( 4) to specify the desired user options. Option Function Arming only Duress mode Zone disabling Instant arming Under-duress arming Access to any area from the panel Option enabled The user can arm sections of the system assigned to him or her using an access card or code. The user cannot disarm these sections. The user can arm and disarm the sections assigned to him or her when under duress, alerting the monitoring station of the situation. When a special duress access code is entered, the Digiplex EVO syst em will be armed or disarmed and a silent alarm will be simultaneously sent to the monitoring station. The user can disarm zones (for example, to pass through them) when the sections that contain them are armed. The user can use perimeter arming and instant arming to arm the sections assigned to him or her. The user can use under-duress arming to arm the sections assigned to him or her. The user can gain access to every section assigned to him or her by using the keypad, regardless of whether or not they are assigned to the keypad. Option disabled The user can arm and disarm the sections assigned to him or her. The user cannot alert the monitoring station that a section has been armed/disarmed under duress. The user cannot disarm zones when the sections that contain them are armed. The user cannot use perimeter arming and instant arming to arm the sections assigned to him or her. The user cannot use under-duress arming to arm the sections assigned to him or her. By using the keypad the user can only gain access to those sections which are assigned to him or her and the keypad. 8

9 By default, all users can perform normal arming of sections. To arm a zone using instant, perimeter, or under-duress arming, the zone must be configured appropriately (see Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's security zones). 7. Check the boxes in the Access settings group ( 5) to specify the desired user access control options. Option Function Access card Disarming Additional time Option enabled The user can use an access card to pass through an armed door. The user can use an access card to unlock a door and disarm an armed section. The Arming only option must be disabled. The period of time granted to the user to pass through a door is increased by the required amount. Option disabled The user cannot use an access card to pass through an armed door. The user access code remains valid. It is dependent on the state (enabled or disabled) of the Armed door access option. The user is granted the standard amount of time to pass through a door. The standard time and additional time for passage are specified using the K641R keypad or the Winload software. Additional access Time Schedule Access only Door access under protection The duration of the time schedule in which the the user can pass through a door is increased by the required amount. This time is specified using the K641R keypad or the Winload software. The user can only use his or her access codes during the time schedule assigned to him or her (see step 11). The user can only use an access card to unlock a door. To disarm a door, he or she must use an access code. The door must be equipped with a magnetic switch and assigned to the zone for which the entry-delay timer is activated. The Disarming and Arming only user options must be disabled. The duration of the time schedule (see step 11) in which the the user can pass through a door is not increased. The user can use his or her access codes at any time. The user can use an access card to both unlock and disarm a door From the card: a. b. c. d. Arming by card list ( 6), select the desired mode to be used when arming sections using the user access No arming by card the user cannot arm sections using an access card. Card for arming the user can use an access card for normal arming of sections. Card for arming the perimeter the user can use an access card for perimeter arming of sections. Card for duress arming the user can use an access card for under-duress arming of sections. From the Access level list ( 7), select the access level that should be assigned to the user. From the Time schedule list ( 8), select the time schedule in which the user is authorized. To save the changes and close the User settings window, click OK ( 9). To close the User settings window without saving the changes made, click the Cancel button ( 10). 1 This will save the changes to the Intellect Server's database. To send the user settings to the EVO control panel, click Send configuration on the corresponding Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings pane (see Sending the configuration to the EVO control panel). This completes the process of configuring the Digiplex EVO system's users. Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's doors How to configure the Digiplex EVO system's doors In the ACFA Intellect Software System, the Digiplex EVO system's doors correspond to a Door object that is a child of the Paradox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. 9

10 The Paradox SFA/ACS object must correspond to the EVO control panel to which the door is connected. A Digiplex EVO system's door is configured as follows: Identify the door in the ACFA Intellect Software System. Specify the door parameters. Repeat steps 1-2 for each door in the Digiplex EVO system. Identification of a door in the ACFA Intellect Software System To identify a door in the ACFA Intellect Software System, do the following: Go to the Door object's settings panel. In the Address field ( 1), enter the address of the door in the Digiplex EVO system. In the Serial number field ( 2), enter the door's serial number in the Digiplex EVO system. This number is entered as a hexadecimal number. You can view a door's address and serial number in Winload. Click the Apply button ( 3). 10

11 This will identify the door in the ACFA Intellect Software System. This completes the process of identifying a door in the ACFA Intellect Software System. Specification of the Digiplex EVO door parameters To specify the door parameters, do the following: Go to the Door object's settings panel. From the Enter list ( 1), select the name of the section that corresponds to the area to which the door enters. From the Exit list ( 2), select the name of the section that corresponds to the area to which the door exits. The Enter and Exit settings are used to ensure the Paradox and Time and Attendance modules can run concurrently. Check the boxes in the Settings group ( 3) to enable the correspond door options. Option Function Access mode Key allowed Access card and PIN Delayed arming Delayed disarming Option enabled Users assigned to at least one section assigned to a door are granted the right to access that door and arm/disarm it. The door can be accessed using an access card or an access key instead. To pass through a door a user must present his or her access card for reading and then enter an access code. The exit-delay timer is started when the door is armed. The entry-delay timer is started when an armed door is unlocked. Option disabled Users assigned to all sections assigned to a door are granted the right to access that door and arm/disarm it. The door can only be accessed using an access card. The door can be accessed using either an access card or an access key. The exit-delay timer is not activated when the door is armed. The entry-delay timer is not activated when an armed door is unlocked, immediately triggering the alarm. 6. Click the Apply button ( 4). This will save the changes to the Intellect Server's database. To send the door parameters to the EVO control panel, click Send configuration on the corresponding Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings pane (see Sending the configuration to the EVO control panel). This completes the process of specifying the door parameters. Identification of a K641R keypad in the ACFA Intellect Software System In the ACFA Intellect Software System, the K641R keypad corresponds to a K641R keypad object that is a child of the Pa 11

12 radox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. The Paradox SFA/ACS object must correspond to the EVO control panel to which the keypad is connected. To identify a K641R keypad in the ACFA Intellect Software System, do the following: Go to the K641R keypad object's settings panel. In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the K641R keypad's serial number in the Digiplex EVO system. This number is entered as a hexadecimal number. You can view the K641R keypad's serial number in Winload. Click the Apply button ( 2). This will identify the keypad in the ACFA Intellect Software System. Repeat steps 1-4 for every K641R keypad connected to the EVO panel. This completes the process of identifying a K641R keypad in the ACFA Intellect Software System. Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's sections 12

13 In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a section registered on the EVO control panel corresponds to an Area object that is a child of the Paradox SFA/ACS object. Attention! This object has no relation to the Area object created on the Programming tab. Area objects are automatically registered and configured when the Digiplex EVO system configuration is read (see Reading the Digiplex EVO system configuration). The Digiplex EVO system's section settings can be edited on settings panes of these objects. To configure the Digiplex EVO system's sections, do the following: Go to the settings pane of the Area object that corresponds to the desired Digiplex EVO section. In the Address field ( 1), enter the section's number in the Digiplex EVO system (between 1 and 8). Click the Apply button ( 2). Repeat steps 1-3 for each desired section in the Digiplex EVO system. The changes will be saved to the Intellect Server's database. To send the section settings to the EVO control panel, click Send configuration on the corresponding Paradox SFA/ACS object's settings pane (see Sending the configuration to the EVO control panel). This completes the process of configuring the Digiplex EVO system's sections. Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's security zones 13

14 In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a Digiplex EVO system's security zone corresponds to a Security zone object. This object is a child of an Area object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. Security zone objects are automatically registered and configured when the Digiplex EVO system configuration is read (see Reading the Digiplex EVO system configuration from the EVO control panel). The Digiplex EVO system's security zone settings can be edited on settings panes of these objects. A Digiplex EVO system's security zone is configured as follows: Configure the security zone's addressing. Specify the security zone parameters. Repeat steps 1-2 for each desired security zone in the Digiplex EVO system. To send the security zone settings to the EVO control panel, click Send configuration on the corresponding Parad ox SFA/ACS object's settings pane (see Sending the configuration to the EVO control panel). Configuration of a security zone's addressing To configure a security zone's address in the ACFA Intellect Software System, do the following: Go to the Security zone object's settings panel. In the Logical address field ( 1), enter the security zone's number. Information about security zone addressing is given in the Digiplex EVO control panel's official documentation. 14

15 In the Physical address field ( 2), enter the number of the section of the EVO control panel in which the security zone is registered. You can view the logical (1) and physical (2) addresses in Winload. In the Serial number field ( 3), enter the security zone's serial number as a hexadecimal number. Click the Apply button ( 4). This completes the process of configuring the addressing of a Digiplex EVO system's security zone in the ACFA Intellect Sof tware System. Specification of security zone parameters To specify security zone parameters, do the following: Go to the Security zone object's settings panel. From the Zone type list ( 1), select the required zone type. Zone type Zone description Disabled (factory default) Entry 1 delay Entry 2 delay Tracking Instant 24 Hr Buzzer The zone is bypassed. When this zone is opened, the entry-delay timer is activated. The length of the delay corresponds to the time of delay When this zone is opened, the second entry-delay timer is activated. The length of the delay corresponds to the time of delay If this zone was opened after a zone with an active entry-delay timer, the EVO control panel will issue an alarm only after the entry delay has passed. If this zone is opened, the EVO control panel immediately issues an alarm signal. If this zone is opened, the EVO control panel activates a buzzer on the K641R keypad for issuing an alarm signal. The control panel logs alarm events, however the buzzer cannot be disabled from the control panel. To disable the buzzer, the corresponding access code must be entered using the keypad on which the buzzer has been activated. The keypad must be assigned to the same section as the zone, otherwise the buzzer will not work. This zone is not used for perimeter arming. 24 Hr Burglary Zone 24 Hr Hold-up Zone If this zone is opened, the control panel immediately issues a break-in alarm. If this zone is opened, the control panel immediately issues an alarm signal. 15

16 24 Hr Gas Zone 24 Hr Heat Zone 24 Hr Water Zone 24 Hr Cool Zone Delayed 24 Hr Fire Zone Standard 24 Hr Fire Zone Inner (perimeter) Delay 1 Inner (perimeter) Delay 2 If this zone is opened, the control panel immediately issues an alarm signal. If this zone is opened, the control panel immediately issues an alarm signal. If this zone is opened, the control panel immediately issues an alarm signal. If this zone is opened, the control panel immediately issues an alarm signal. A fire zone with a delayed alarm is used to prevent false alarms from smoke detectors. The alarm will be issued only when the delay has passed and if the fire data is confirmed. Keypad buzzers can be activated when delayed fire zones are opened. This requires the keypads to be assigned to the same section as the fire zone. If a standard fire zone is opened, the control panel can perform the following actions: a. b. c. Generate a record for a fire alarm; Generate a record for a fire alarm input error; Activate the fire alarm. Residential zone When this zone is opened, the entry-delay timer is activated. The length of the delay corresponds to the time of delay Residential zone When this zone is opened, the entry-delay timer is activated. The length of the delay corresponds to the time of delay The durations of the entry delays (1 and 2) are specified using Winload or a K641R keypad. By default, delay 1 is 30 seconds and delay 2 is 60 seconds. From the Alarm list ( 2), select the desired alarm type for unauthorized access to the zone. Alarm type Steady Alarm Pulsed Alarm Silent Alarm Report Alarm Alarm description A record for the alarm is generated and a steady siren signal is issued. A record for the alarm is generated and a pulsed siren signal is issued. A record for the alarm is generated; no siren signal is issued. The zone that logs the alarm must be disarmed. A record for the alarm is generated; no siren signal is issued. The zone that logs the alarm may be armed or disarmed. Check the boxes in the Settings group ( 3) to assign the desired options to the zone. Attention! The zone type must be considered when assigning options (see step 2). Zone option Delayed zone Automatic shutdown Shutdown allowed Perimeter zone Function If a delayed zone is opened, the alarm is not sent immediately to the monitoring station, but rather upon expiration of the specified time delay. Disarming a Digiplex EVO system will result in the deletion of any events in the zone. An open zone automatically closes when the specified time period has passed after it was opened. The zone can be shutdown (disabled) manually. Residential zone This zone can be disabled if the section that contains it is "perimeter armed" or "instant armed". 16

17 Under-duress zone The zone can be opened if the section that contains it is armed under duress. Intellizone This option does not work if the selected zone type is Standard Fire or Delayed Fire. An Intellizone only generates an alarm if at least one of the following events occurs within the delay period: a. b. c. An alarm has been logged in a different Intellizone. An alarm in this zone was stopped but then resumed. An alarm in this zone hasn't stopped for the entire duration of the delay period. The delay period in an Intellizone is specified using Winload or the K641R keypad. Click the Apply button ( 4). This completes the process of specifying security zone parameters. Configuration of a DG457 sensor In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a DG457 sensor corresponds to a DG457 sensor object. This object is a child of a Paradox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. A DG457 sensor is configured as follows: Go to the DG457 sensor object's settings panel. 17

18 6. 7. In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the DG457 sensor's serial number as a hexadecimal number. In the Address field, use the up/down buttons to enter the DG457 sensor's address as a decimal number ( 2) Check the High sensitivity box to increase the sensor's sensitivity ( 3) Check the Alarm indicator to show the alarm indicator on the sensor ( 4) Check the Tamper detection to monitor the sensor's body ( 5) To save any changes made, click the Apply button ( 6). This completes the process of configuring a DG457 sensor. Configuration of a DG467 sensor In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a DG467 sensor corresponds to a DG467 sensor object. This object is a child of a Paradox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. A DG467 sensor is configured as follows: Go to the DG467 sensor object's settings panel In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the DG467 sensor's serial number as a hexadecimal number. In the Address field, use the up/down buttons to enter the DG467 sensor's address as a decimal number ( 2) If the alarm should be issued when a single infrared beam is broken, check the Beam cross checking (single beam) box ( 3). To enable the LED on the sensor when there is an alarm, check the Alarm indicator box ( 4). To enable the LED on the sensor when motion is detected, check the Motion indicator box ( 5). To monitor the state of the sensor's body, check the Tamper detection box ( 6). 18

19 To switch to field test mode, check the Field test mode ( 7). Use the up/down buttons to enter the DG467 sensor's sensitivity in the Sensitivity field ( 8). To save any changes made, click the Apply button ( 9). This completes the process of configuring a DG467 sensor. Configuration of a DG85 sensor In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a DG85 sensor corresponds to a DG85 sensor object. This object is a child of a Pa radox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. A DG85 sensor is configured as follows: Go to the DG85 sensor object's settings panel In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the DG85 sensor's serial number as a hexadecimal number. In the Address field, use the up/down buttons to enter the DG85 sensor's address as a decimal number ( 2) If the alarm should be issued when a single infrared beam is broken, check the Beam cross checking (single beam) box ( 3). To enable the LED on the sensor when there is an alarm, check the Alarm indicator box ( 4). To enable the LED on the sensor when motion is detected, check the Motion indicator box ( 5). To monitor the state of the sensor's body, check the Tamper detection box ( 6). To switch to field test mode, check the Field test mode ( 7). Use the up/down buttons to enter the DG85 sensor's sensitivity in the Sensitivity field ( 8). To save any changes made, click the Apply button ( 9). 19

20 This completes the process of configuring a DG85 sensor. Configuration of a DM50/DM60 sensor In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a DM50/DM60 sensor corresponds to a DM50/DM60 sensor object. This object is a child of a Paradox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. A DM50/DM60 sensor is configured as follows: Go to the DM50/DM60 sensor object's settings panel In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the DM50/DM60 sensor's serial number as a hexadecimal number. In the Address field, use the up/down buttons to enter the DM50/DM60 sensor's address as a decimal number ( 2 ) If the alarm should be issued when a single infrared beam is broken, check the Beam cross checking (single beam) box ( 3). To enable the LED on the sensor when there is an alarm, check the Alarm indicator box ( 4). To enable the LED on the sensor when motion is detected, check the Motion indicator box ( 5). To indicate other signals, check the Other signal indicators box ( 6). To monitor the state of the sensor's body, check the Tamper detection box ( 7). To switch to field test mode, check the Field test mode ( 8). Use the up/down buttons to enter the DM50/DM60 sensor's sensitivity in the Sensitivity field ( 9). To save any changes made, click the Apply button ( 10). This completes the process of configuring a DM50/DM60 sensor. 20

21 Configuration of a DM70 sensor In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a DM70 sensor corresponds to a DM70 sensor object. This object is a child of a Pa radox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. A DM70 sensor is configured as follows: Go to the DM70 sensor object's settings panel In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the DM70 sensor's serial number as a hexadecimal number. In the Address field, use the up/down buttons to enter the DM70 sensor's address as a decimal number ( 2) If the alarm should be issued when a single infrared beam is broken, check the Beam cross checking (single beam) box ( 3). To enable the LED on the sensor when there is an alarm, check the Alarm indicator box ( 4). To enable the LED on the sensor when motion is detected, check the Motion indicator box ( 5). To indicate other signals, check the Other signal indicators box ( 6). To monitor the state of the sensor's body, check the Tamper detection box ( 7). To switch to field test mode, check the Field test mode ( 8). Use the up/down buttons to enter the DM70 sensor's sensitivity in the Sensitivity field ( 9). To save any changes made, click the Apply button ( 10). This completes the process of configuring a DM70 sensor. Configuration of a ZC1 sensor 21

22 In the ACFA Intellect Software System, a ZC1 sensor corresponds to a ZC1 sensor object. This object is a child of a Parad ox SFA/ACS object on the Hardware tab of the System Settings dialog. A ZC1 sensor is configured as follows: Go to the ZC1 sensor object's settings panel. In the Serial number field ( 1), enter the ZC1 sensor's serial number as a hexadecimal number. In the Address field, use the up/down buttons to enter the ZC1 sensor's address as a decimal number ( 2) To save any changes made, click the Apply button ( 3). This completes the process of configuring a ZC1 sensor. Working with the Paradox integration module General Information on Working with the Paradox integration module The following interface objects are used to work with the Paradox integration module: 22

23 Map; Event Log. Information on configuring the Map and Event Log interface objects is given in Intellect Software Package: Administrator's Guide. How to work with these interface objects is described in detail in Intellect Software Package: Operator's Guide. Controlling a Digiplex EVO system's sections A Digiplex EVO system's sections are controlled in the interactive Map window using the Area object's menu. To bring up an object's menu, right-click on the object's icon. Description of the Area object's menu commands is given in the table. Menu command Disarm Under-duress arming Signal Instant arming Perimeter arming Full arming Function Disarms the section Puts the section in duress mode Issues an alarm signal Puts the section in "instant arming" mode Puts the section in "perimeter arming" mode Fully arms the section Some commands may not be available based on a user's privileges (see Configuration of the Digiplex EVO system's users). 23

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