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When used in conjunction with the Programming Manual and the User Manual, it provides the installation engineer with basic installation and programming airtech. Programming The ‘Programming Manual’ for the CD34 covers all necessary aspects of programming the system.
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Everybody involved in installing or maintaining this panel should have access to a copy of this manual. If the following guidelines are followed, the system should give many years of reliable service. Ensure that there is a good earth for the alarm system. Maintain a good separation between low voltage and mains supply cables, and use separate points of entry into the control panel cabinet. Avoid loops of wire inside the control panel and route cables so they do not lay on top or underneath the printed circuit board.
The use of cable ties is recommended and improves neatness in the box. Mains switching relays must NOT be fitted inside the control panel cabinet. The switching of these relays may cause electrical interference. The greatest care should therefore be taken when installing this cable.
NEVER split this cable into separate cables. Avoid cable ducts and cable ways which contain mains power cables. This is particularly important when such ducts contain cables supplying electric motors, fluorescent lights or 3-phase power. If this is not possible, shielded cable should be used and the cable should be earthed at the control panel end ONLY.
One zone each is required for both tamper and the alarm. Both zones should be closed with an end-loop resistor 4. Separate alarm and tamper connection Dual loop: The alarm and tamper are placed together in one zone. The cc34 has two end-loop resistors 4. Figure 2 shows how they are connected. The zone is Resistance Panel zone voltages Remote zone voltages Reaction on standby 3k5 – 6k2 2. Operation of the inputs 1.
Set the DIP switches of all the remote keypads and expanders. Close the tamper switches on the remote keypads, expanders and the qritech panel. Also close all zones which can cause a direct alarm. If this is not done, the system will be triggered as soon as it is switched on.
Page 6 Installation manual for the CD 4. Supply only mains power to the control panel. Any zones that may be open will initiate a full alarm condition and the sounders will activate.
Do not use a battery to power the system when installing or changing the installation. If there is a short circuit in the 12 volt power supply, the voltage regulators in the supply together with the fuses will prevent serious damage to the system The 12 volt power supply will decrease sharply in the event of a short circuit.
If a short circuit should occur, remove the 12 volt connections one by one. When the connection with the short circuit is removed the power supply fd34 return to 12 volts. Every time power is removed from the system the control panel memorises its status.
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If power is restored to the panel, the system starts up again in this status except if JP1 has been removed. If the sirens have arietch activated, these will now stop. The status of the system or the time and date will now appear in the display. Raitech not forget to initialise additional keypads and expanders with the menu 5.
Under keys 1 to 9 there are 3 letters of the alphabet: Keys 9 and 0 have arihech symbols such as the comma and space. The arrows move the cursor during entry. End To delete a character, overwrite with another character or a space. CD30xx stands for the keypads: Installation manual for the CD Page 7 1.
By removing the JP1. Only keypad 1 is operational. The software version is displayed on the other keypads if present.
If any zones shown are 24Hr zones e. If dual loop is programmed, the letter T will appear next to the zone number to indicate the tamper section cx34 the aitech is open.
Check for open 24Hr aaritech see above. The dialler may be programmed via the keypad. A separate manual is available for the dialler. User manual Details user options. Manager Manual A user manual which examines the options in more depth. Intended for the manager. Dual loop connection of a detector with latch Note: Before connecting, the cable between terminal 2 and terminal 10 should be removed!
The resistance calculation is as follows: Alternations to output programming only takes effect after leaving programming mode. Outputs 1 to 4 can provide mA, the outputs of the internal siren 5 and external siren 6 can switch 1A.
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Outputs are switched to negative. Default output settings Figure LED or relay connection to outputs dotted box shows the principle of an output Page 18 Keypad buzzers are preprogrammed and cannot be accessed. It’s a community-based project which helps to repair anything.