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1 EVO192 v3.0 Fire and Burglary What s New Compatibility: EVO192 v3.0 TM50 v1.31 K641 v2.41 Overview: CP-01 Compliancy Wiring Diagram The following sections/options have been added to the EVO192 panel. They may not be included in any manuals, therefore use this document in conjunction with the Fire and Burglary documentation in order to program your panel. CP-01 Compliancy Digiplex EVO now has added supports for CP-01. The following sections describe all the programming required for your panel to be CP-01 compliant. In addition, in order to be CP-01 compliant, you must ensure that: All system keypads are audible (disable mute) Remote controls panic action shall be programmed with a two button combination only User codes cannot be duplicated; each user must have a unique code User codes cannot contain any of the following characters =/-1 Siren squawk on arm/disarm through the keypad must be enabled CAUTION: The Fire Alarm Verification feature (Auto Verified Fire Zone) is not supported on 2-wire smoke detectors. This feature may be enabled for 4-wire smoke detectors only. Call Waiting Cancel feature on a non-call waiting line will prevent successful communication to the central station. All smoke detectors on the system must be tested annually by conducting the Installer Walk test. Please refer to the smoke detector installation instructions on how to conduct Walk tests. NOTE: Programming at the installation site may be subordinate to other UL requirements for the intended application. Combined Entry Delay and Delay Alarm Transmission should not exceed one minute. Cross zones have the ability to individually protect the intended area (i.e. motion detectors which overlap). Cross-zoning is not recommended for line security installation nor is it to be implemented on exit/entry zones. There is a communicator delay of 30 seconds in this control panel. It can be removed, or it can be increased up to 45 seconds at the option of the end user by consulting with the installer. Do not duplicate any reporting codes. This applies for all communication formations other than SIA and Contact ID sending automatic programmed report codes. The control unit must be installed with a local sounding device and an off-premise transmission for SIA communication format. EVO-EW12

2 EVO What s New The following table provides a quick reference of the installer programming requirements for SIA false alarm reduction. CP-01 Reference Manual Reference (Section in this document) Feature Range Shipping Default Recommended Settings See Exit Delay on page 3 Exit time seconds 60 seconds 60 seconds Refer to keypad documentation Progress annunciation Individual keypads may be disabled All annunciators enabled All annunciators enabled Not programmable Exit time restart For re-entry during exit delay Always Enabled Cannot be Disabled See Switch to Stay Arm on page 4 Auto Stay Arm on Unvacated Premises If no exit after full arm Enabled Enabled See Entry Delay on page 6 Entry delay(s) 30 seconds seconds 30 seconds At least 30 seconds See Delay Alarm Transmission on page 3 Abort Window for no-fire zones May be disabled by zone Enabled Enabled for all zones See Delay Alarm Transmission on page 3 Abort Window for no-fire zones 15 seconds - 45 seconds 30 seconds At least 30 seconds Not programmable Abort annunciation Annunciate that no alarm was transmitted Always Enabled Cannot be disabled Not programmable Cancel window No limits No limits No limits Not programmable Cancel annunciation Annunciate that a cancel was transmitted Always Enabled Cannot be disabled and See Intellizone Delay on page 5 Duress feature No 1 + derivative of another user code No duplicates with any other user codes Disabled Disabled Enabled and requires two or more zones to be programmed Per walk path in protected premises See Intellizone Delay on page 5 Cross zoning Programming needed Disabled See Intellizone Delay on page 5 Programmable cross zoning May program 48 seconds See Auto Zone Shutdown on page 6 Singer shutdown For all non-fire zones, shutdown at 1 or 2 trips Two trip Two trip See Smoke Detector Installation (4-Wire) on page 7 Fire Alarm Verification Depends on sensors Disabled See Telephone Line Connections on page 8 Call-waiting Cancel Depends on user phone line Disabled See CP-01 Compliancy on page 1 System test (test report + walk test mode + siren) Test periodically Disabled Enabled unless sensor can self-verify Enabled if user has call-waiting Enabled to test all zones, siren, and communicator Minimum System Requirements The following lists the minimum system requirements for SIA CP-01 installations. The Paradox Fire and Burglary system must contain the following: EVO192 v3.0 or higher A battery included inside a 28 x 28 x 7.6 cm (11x11x3 in.) metal box UTL/ETL listed siren that is compatible with the EVO192 bell output K641 keypad v2.41 or higher / TM50 v1.30 or higher A minimum of two keypads must be installed CP-01 Programming In order to comply with CP-01: 1. Enter section [4049], you will hear a beep. 2. Enter section [4038] in order to reset the panel to CP-01 default. NOTE: Once this section has been unlocked, the system will reset and apply the CP-01 defaults; this may take a few seconds. Page 2

3 EVO What s New Page 3 Delay Alarm Transmission All zones must be Enabled by default for Delay Alarm Transmission. In accordance with UL/ETL standards, the Delay Alarm transmission standard intends that the aggregate of the Entry Delay and Delay Alarm Transmission will not be programmed to exceed one minute. This is non-effective on fire zones. The Force Zone option is Disabled by default. To set Delay Alarm Transmission to Enabled for all Zones: 1. Enter section [0400]. 2. Select the zone you wish to program. 3. Enter the zone definition and partition assignment. 4. Enter the following zone parameters, option 1 must be enabled: 12****8 Table 1: Zone Options for EVO192 Input Value(s) 1 Auto zone shutdown enabled 2 Bypass enabled (default: ON) 3 Stay zone 4 Force zone (default: OFF) 5 OFF 6 OFF (Zone Alarm) Steady alarm 5 OFF 6 ON (Zone Alarm) Pulsed alarm 5 ON 6 OFF (Zone Alarm) Silent alarm 5 ON 6 ON (Zone Alarm) Report only 7 Intellizone 8 Delay before transmission (ON) When an alarm occurs on a zone with a delay, the alarm will not be reported to the monitoring station until the end of the Alarm Transmission Delay. For CP-01 compliancy a minimum of 15 seconds with a maximum of 45 seconds must be configured. NOTE: Disarming the system cancels any report originating from this zone. Section Data Default Setting [3055] / / ( x 1 sec.; 000 = instant report) Delay alarm transmission timer 030 Exit Delay The Exit Delay is the amount of time users have to leave the protected area before the system is armed. For CP-01, a minimum of 45 seconds and a maximum of 255 seconds must be defined; the default is set to 60 seconds. NOTE: The Exit Delay applies to all zones with the exception of 24 Hr. zones. Exit delay timer (Data x 1 sec.; Default: 060 sec.) [3108] / / [3208] / / [3308] / / [3408] / / [3508] / / [3608] / / [3708] / / [3808] / /

4 Page 4 EVO What s New Exit Delay Termination Arming/Disarming Options For CP-01 compliancy, option 4 Exit Delay Termination must be disabled. Recent Closing Delay By default, the Recent Closing Delay is set to disabled. CP-01 requires that when CP-01 settings are enabled via section [4038], this option is automatically forced to 120 seconds and cannot be changed. Switch to Stay Arm Set the Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) option to disabled. Partition 1 [3122] Partition 2 [3222] Option OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON 1 Timed auto-arming 2 No Movement auto-arming 3 Arming method for auto arm (OFF = Force arming; ON = Stay arming) 4 Exit delay termination 5 Future use Future use Future use Follow zone switches to Entry Delay 2, when delay zone is bypassed = Default Recent closing delay (Data x 1 sec.; Default: disabled) Partition 3 [3322] Partition 4 [3422] Partition 5 [3522] Partition 6 [3622] Partition 7 [3722] Partition 8 [3822] [3109] / / [3209] / / [3309] / / [3409] / / [3509] / / [3609] / / [3709] / / [3809] / / Section Option OFF ON Section Option OFF ON Section [3121] Partition 1 Section [3321] Partition 3 1 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 2 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled Section [3221] Partition 2 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 3 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 4 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled Section [3421] Partition 4

5 EVO What s New Page 5 Section Option OFF ON Section Option OFF ON Section [3521] Partition 5 Section [3721] Partition 7 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 5 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 6 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 2 Arm/disarm with partition 2 Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 3 Arm/disarm with partition 3 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 4 Arm/disarm with partition 4 Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 5 Arm/disarm with partition 5 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 6 Arm/disarm with partition 6 Disabled Enabled 7 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled 7 Arm/disarm with partition 7 Disabled Enabled 8 Arm/disarm with partition 8 Disabled Enabled 8 Switch to Stay arm (if no delay zone is opened) Disabled Enabled = Default Intellizone Delay If an alarm condition occurs on a zone with Intellizone Enabled, the control panel will trigger the Intellizone Delay. To Set Intellizone to Enabled for all Zones: 1. Enter section [0400]. 2. Select the zone you wish to program. 3. Enter the zone definition and partition assignment. 4. Enter the following zone parameters, option 1 must be enabled: 12***78 Table 2: Zone Options for EVO192 Input Value(s) 1 Auto zone shutdown enabled 2 Bypass enabled (default: ON) 3 Stay zone 4 Force zone (default: OFF) 5 OFF 6 OFF (Zone Alarm) Steady alarm 5 OFF 6 ON (Zone Alarm) Pulsed alarm 5 ON 6 OFF (Zone Alarm) Silent alarm 5 ON 6 ON (Zone Alarm) Report only 7 Intellizone 8 Delay before transmission (ON) 5. Define the required Intellizone delay sections; default is set to 48 seconds. Any value below 10 seconds will be replaced by the default value of 32 seconds. NOTE: Fire Zones cannot be set as Intellizones. Intellizone delay (Data x 1 sec.; default: 048 sec.) Section [3621] Partition 6 Section [3821] Partition 8 [3110] / / [3210] / / [3310] / / [3410] / / [3510] / / [3610] / / [3710] / / [3810] / /

6 Page 6 EVO What s New 6. For CP-01 compliancy, option 2 Intellizone double knockout and zone crossing must be set to Disabled. Partition 1 [3126] If any of the following conditions occur during this period, the control panel will generate an alarm: During the Intellizone Delay, a second zone has caused an alarm. During the Intellizone Delay, the zone in alarm has restored (closed) and re-occurred (opened). The zone in alarm remains open for the entire Intellizone Delay. Entry Delay For CP-01 compliancy, the Entry Delay must be set to a minimum of 30 seconds. Partition 2 [3226] Option OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON 1 Intellizone delay 2 Intellizone double knockout and zone crossing 3 Intellizone zone crossing 4 Auto-force on Stay arming 5 Police code is generated on zone crossing only 6 Future use Future use Future use = Default Entry delay 1 (Data x 1 sec.; default: 030 sec.) Entry delay 2 (Data x 1 sec.; Default: 060 sec.) Auto Zone Shutdown When enabled, the control panel will stop generating alarms once the Auto Zone Shutdown limit is reached. It resets every time the partition that is assigned to the corresponding zone is armed. NOTE: The Auto Zone shutdown counter is reset every 48 hours of no movement. To Enabled Auto Zone Shutdown: 1. Enter section [0400]. 2. Select the zone you wish to program. 3. Enter the zone definition and partition assignment. 4. Enter the following zone parameters, option 1 must be enabled: 12***78 Table 3: Zone Options for EVO192 Input Value(s) 1 Auto zone shutdown enabled 2 Bypass enabled (default: ON) 3 Stay zone 4 Force zone (default: OFF) 5 OFF 6 OFF (Zone Alarm) Steady alarm 5 OFF 6 ON (Zone Alarm) Pulsed alarm 5 ON 6 OFF (Zone Alarm) Silent alarm 5 ON 6 ON (Zone Alarm) Report only 7 Intellizone 8 Delay before transmission (ON) Partition 3 [3326] Partition 4 [3426] Partition 5 [3526] Partition 6 [3626] Partition 7 [3726] Partition 8 [3826] [3111] / / [3211] / / [3311] / / [3411] / / [3511] / / [3611] / / [3711] / / [3811] / / [3112] / / [3212] / / [3312] / / [3412] / / [3512] / / [3612] / / [3712] / / [3812] / /

7 EVO What s New Page 7 5. Define the required Auto Zone Shutdown sections. For CP-01, the Auto Zone shutdown must not exceed six attempts. Auto zone shutdown (000 to 015 alarms; default: disabled) Partition Bell Squawk Options The control panel can activate the bell output briefly causing the bell or siren to squawk to alert users that a partition is being armed, disarmed or that an Entry or Exit Delay was triggered. In accordance to CP- 01 directives, ensure that option [1] and [2] are enabled. Smoke Detector Installation (4-Wire) In order to enable Fire Alarm Verification go to section [3028] and set option [4] to Enable. [3114] / / [3214] / / [3314] / / [3414] / / [3514] / / [3614] / / [3714] / / [3814] / / Partition 1 [3124] Partition 2 [3224] Option OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON 1 Bell squawk upon disarming 2 Bell squawk upon arming 3 Bell squawk upon auto-arming 4 Bell squawk during exit delay 5 Bell squawk during entry delay 6 Bell squawk upon remote arming/disarming 7 Ring back: bell squawk if disarmed after alarm 8 Ring back: keypad beeps if disarmed after alarm = Default Section Option OFF ON Section [3028] System Options 1 1 Panel Tamper Disabled Enabled 2 Future use Disabled Enabled 3 CP-01 Disabled Enabled 4 Auto verified fire zone Disabled Enabled 5 Future use Disabled Enabled 6 Future use Disabled Enabled 7 Future use Disabled Enabled 8 Arm Inhibit on Fail to Communicate Disabled Enabled Recommended: System Sensor model 2112/24D smoke detectors. Connect the 4-wire smoke detectors and a relay as shown in Figure 1. To comply with UL955, install the 4-wire smoke detectors with 18 gauge wire. If power is interrupted, the relay causes the control panel to transmit the Fire Loop Trouble report programmed in section [2906]. To reset (unlatch), connect the smoke detector s negative (-) to a PGM. Then program the PGM with the Smoke Detector Power Reset activation event (; Event Group #067, start # 004, end # 004) to interrupt power to the smoke detector for four seconds when the [clear] and [enter] keys are pressed and held for two seconds. NOTE: A 2-wire smoke detector is not UL/ETL approved. Partition 3 [3324] Partition 4 [3424] Partition 5 [3524] Partition 6 [3624] Figure 1: 4-Wire Detectors Partition 7 [3724] Partition 8 [3824] Note: It is recommended that the smoke detectors be connected in a daisy chain configuration.

8 EVO What s New Telephone Line Connections The installer needs to verify the code in the premises area for the telephone network that disables the call waiting feature, then add it to the monitoring station number. For example: Receiving center phone number: Call waiting cancellation code: *70 Phone number to program: *70P NOTE: Do NOT program this system or any of its modules to automatically place a call to a police station number that has not been specifically assigned by that police station for such a service. The phone line between the protected property and the communications service provider shall be for the exclusive use of the protected property and is not to be shared with other communications service provider subscribers. Use the call waiting cancel feature only with PSTNs that support call waiting. For CP-01 compliance, the system cannot use the Call waiting cancel feature when dialing a backup telephone number. The telephone lines can be connected directly to the control panel or through a CA38A or RJ31 as shown in Figure 2. UL/ETL Note Installer must verify line seizure after every installation. Figure 2: Telephone Line Connection Examples Example 1: EVO Dialer Ground clamp Main line Example 2: EVO Dialer Ground clamp Main line Page 8

9 EVO What s New Page 9 Wiring Diagram for CP-01 Compliancy AUX LED and AUX control button Activates and deactivates the auxiliary output Before adding any modules to the control panel make sure you shut down the AUX output by pressing and holding the AUX button for 3 seconds. 12Vdc 7Ah Rechargeable Lead- Acid backup battery Caution: Disconnect the battery before replacing the fuse. + Battery Capacity for emergency standby at least 4 hours WARNING: To prevent risk of electric shock, disconnect AC battery and phone cord BEFORE Servicing. For residential installations use transformer made by Universal Power Group model: UB1640W For US: UL/ETL Listed Class 2 wall/ building 120VAC/60Hz power supply with restraining means. The "BELL" output will shutdown if the current exceeds 3A. UL 120VAC/ 17VAC transformer CAN 120VAC/ 17VAC transformer For Canada: CSA/ ULc/ETLc Listed Class 2 Power Supply with NO restraining means. To power-on indicator LED Transformer Requirements: 120VAC/17VAC, 40 VA to recharge at 850mA, 20VA to charge at 350mA Auxiliary Supply can provide: max. 700mA Automatic Shut Down 1.1a Usable Battery Charge Currents: 850mA max. Do not short the terminals of the transformer together. This causes the internal fuse to blow. The transformer must be connected to a 120 VAC, 24-hour outlet not controlled by a switch other than an approved over-current protection device. For continued protection against risk of fire, replace fuses only with fuses of the same type and rating. AC AC + BELL PGM N.C. COM RELAY N.O. COM AC AC + BELL Z1 RED BLK BATT AUX SERVICE KEYPAD PARADOX E V O AC AC COM N.C. N.O. + GRN YEL COM Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 COM Z5 Z6 Z7 Z8 COM R-1 T-1 RING TIP BELL PGM RELAY AUX BUS (1) (2) (6) (6) (2) (4) *A 1 KU resistor is required if the Bell is not equipped with an internal resistor. Position the resistor as close as possible to the Bell. A resistor is not required for sirens. SELF-CONTAINED BELL/SIREN The sum total of the current draw from the bell/siren and the AUX must be llimitted to 2.0A. Exceeding this limit will overload the panel power supply and lead to complete system shutdown. AUX Trigger + - (8) Auxiliary supply can provide: Max. 700 ma EVO192 Wiring Diagram The signal transmission to the Central Station may be performed by following methods: Landline (PSTN), Internet, and GPRS. Only Internet, and GPRS method of transmission may be used for Commercial applications. AUX COMBUS ANY DETECTOR ANY MODULE DIALER EBUS (3) For hardwired connections see single zone and double zone connections. YEL GRN BLK RED RED GRN BLK YEL (5) To antitamper switch WHT COM RED STATUS MR 3 (optional) UL BRN N.C. BLK To metalic enclosure YEL GRN BLK RED PGM Z1 KEYPAD MEM KEY SERIAL AWG#14 single conductor solid copper wire YEL N.O. Please Note: When powering up the EVO control panel, the panel will begin a module scan to verify that all modules connected to the panel are operational. The scanning process will take between 30 seconds and 3 minutes to complete depending on the number of modules connected to the control panel. The module scan is complete when the LCD keypad begins to show the partition status. Only after the module scan is completed will the control panel be fully operational. When Installing the combus wires in a noisy environment or when connecting the combus across separate buildings, you must use a shielded cable. Refer to section Please see ETL and ETLC Warnings for and information in the appendix. Wiring methods that shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, the Standard for Installation and Classification of Burglar and Holdup Alarm Systems, UL 681, and the Standard for Central-Station Alarm Services, UL 827. Intended wiring methods must be in keeping with the requirements of CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, Safety Standard for Electrical Installations. The system should be installed in accordance with Chapter 2 of the National Fire Alarm Code, ANSI/NFPA 72 Red STATUS LED Flashing indicates proper operation Always on panel is using a phone lilne Fast Flash indicates a control panel failure Off Control panel error Location for connecting an optional VDMP3 module Notes: (1) ETL note: Use an ETL/UL approved bell/siren. (2) Wiring conventions have to be in the same room of these terminals. (3) Zone Input Specifications: Maximum loop current (shorted loop): 2.2 ma Maximum loop voltage (open loop): 5.0 VDC (4) Disconnect Telecom jack before servicing. (5) The anti-tamper switch needs to be connected to a separate zone configured for 24 hrs. (6) For Maximum number of devices to be employed refer to the Features in section 1.1. (7) The minimum permissible wire size to be employed shall be not smaller than No. 22 AWG (0.32 mm2). (8) PGM Trigger: This jumper allows you to choose whether the solid-state relay PGMs are grounded (-) or give out 12V (+). The COMBUS supports a maximum of 254 (EVO192) modules. Although external power supplies can be used to provide power to modules connected far from the control panel the total distance of all runs of wire combined cannot exceed 914m (3000 ft.). For example if ten runs of wire measuring 305m (1000 ft.) each are connected to the control panel, the total distance would be 3048m (10000 ft.) which exceeds the system capacity. All knockouts provided for connection of a field-wiring system to a field-wiring compartment shall accommodate conduit of the trade size according to NEC. The metal housing which enclosed the Fire and Burglary system housing has knockouts on the sides and in the back enclosure. The wiring method requires that bushings are used for wiring through the metal box. Including the transformer with Plug in Power Supply. EVO-EA03 Printed in Canada 10/2014

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