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DIGITAL ALARM RECEIVER

No. 685

This 7/87 Issue ba8 been sutmtifmtiallyrevlsed

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... ... ... .. .. ... ... .... . ... .. . .... .. .... . .. .... QNIZRALINFORMATION .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... ... ... .. . .. ... .. . . ... .. .. .. PRINCIPAL FEATURES FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ............................................ A. Switches and LEDs on Front of Receiver ........................ B. DIP Switch Group (Inside Flip-Down Panel) ..................... C. Additional Switches (Inside Flip-Down Panel) .................. D. Rear of Receiver ................................................ ................................................... MESSAGE FORMATS A. LOWSPEED(Ademco Standard or Sescoa) Fomat .................. B. BIGR SPEEDFormat ............................................. c. Expanded Lou Speed Format ..................................... D. Radionics BFSK ............................................... E. System Messages............................................... 1. RCVAGroup (Perimeral Device Fail/Restore) ............... 2. RCVBGroup (Operator Triggered Condition or Message Transmission Error) ............................ 3. LINE Group (Telephone Line Fault/Restore) ................. ........................... ............ MEMDRY CARDSETUPPROCEDURE OPTIONPROMCBIP FOR MESSAGE LIGHTS, ENQISH LANGUAGE PRINTEROUTPUTS AND ................................................. OPERATING OPTIONS A. EnglishLanguage Messages for Printout and Display Lle)lts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. English Language Using Table Lookup....................... 2. "Zone English" Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Operating Optiohs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . c. ProgrammIng the Option PROM Chip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................................... LINE CARDSETUPPROCEDURE A. Group number Selection ........................................ B. HIGH SPEEDOnly Option (No. 685-2 only) ....................... c. Slou Caumunicator Option ...................................... Option ................................. D. Handshake Modification E. Bypassing Line Fault Testing .................................. F. Inserting the Line Cards ......................................

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VIII

INSTALLATION ..................................................... A. Preliminary .................................................. B. Connections and Settings ..................................... TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................. ........................................... GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS A. No. 685 Digital Alarm Receiver ............................... B. Printer and Canputer Interface ............................... c. Parallel Printer Pin Connections ............................. D. Message Formats .............................................. ............................................... OOMPUTER INTERFACE A. Improved ACK/NACK Protocol Features .......................... 9. Canputer Options .............................................

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LIMITATIONS STATEMEm ..................................................... APPENDIX ..................................................................


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Diagram Diagram Diagram Diagram Diagram Diagram

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6:

FRONTVIEW OF No. 685.......................................... REARVIEW OF No. 685 ........................................... TOP VIEW OF No. 685 ............................................ MEMORY CARD ................................................... TYPICAL LINE CARD.............................................. ......................................... ELECTRICALCONNECTJONS ........... RECEIVER LOADINGFOR FIRE ALAR!4 MONITOR~Nti........;..: ......................... CHANNEL STATUSCODES (HIGH SPEEDFORMAT) ....................................... TYPICAL LOU SPEEDMESSAGES MESSAGES .............................................. RCVAGROUP ... ..i ........................................ RCVBGROUP MESSAGES ........................................ MESSAGES ENGLISHLANGUAGE .......................... ENGLISHLANGUAGE !4ESSAGE SELECTION ........................ ENGLISH LANGUAGE MESSAGE PROGRAMMING ......................... LINE CARDENGLISHLANGUAGE ENABLING ................... LINE CARD"ZONE ENGLISH" OPTIONSELECTION ................................ REHDTEALERT DELAYSELECTION OPERATING OPTIONSELEmIGN.................................. ................................... COMPUTER OPTIONSElEECTIfX .......................... CODE 9 RESTORE REPORT TRANSLATION ........................ LINE CARD3-l WITH CHECKSUM ENABLING

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TABLE A: TABLE B: TABLE C: TABLE D: TAB= E: TABLEF:

PROM CHART1: PROMCHART2: PROM CHART3: PROMCHART4: PROM CHART5: PROMCHART6: PROM CHART7: PROMCHART8: PROM CHART9:

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GENERAL-TIa Regis-

Ttw lo. 6@j Mgltal AIaru Beaeiuw confarus to Part 68, FCC Remlations, tration No. AC3980-628510AL-N, Ringer Equivalenoe: 0.7B.

This equipment oompliee with FCC Rules and Regulations Part -15, Subpart J for a Class A oamputing deviue. The FCC requires the follouing statement:
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy This equipnent and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to canply with the limits for a Class A canputing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are desimed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in aresidential areaislikelyto causeinterferenceinwhich case the user at his am expense will be required to take whatever measures may be requiredto correottheinterferenoe.

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The No. 685 canplies ciation, Batterymarch The No. 685 is


uumitori!lg*

with NFPA Standard No. 71 (National Park, Quincy, MA 02269). Listed


for

Fire

Protection and Fire

AssoAlarm

U.L.

Central

Station

Burglary

I6pOFtant: For U.L. Listed Grade B Central Station and Grade A Polioe Connect operation, only U.L. Listed digital communicators (such aa the Ademco Nos. 678UL-B and 4180-12) can be used at the protected premises. For U.L. 864 Listed fire monitoring, only U.L. Listed digital camnunicators (such as Ademco No. 678UL-F) can be used at the monitored premises.

U.L. requires that a minimrrm of two phone lines, on a rotary, be used on the No. 685. it is renmdsd that all Listed accounts While not required, transmit in HIGH SPEEDformat to Nos. 685-2 HIGH SPEED or 685-8 Multi-Fonnat Line Cards (See Section IV B), for the follwing reasons: 1. All Listed accounts must transmit opening/clasing or test si@als daily, which can result in delays in processing emergency si@als during peak openhlaee andtest periods. The HIGH SPEED format reduaes the probability of missing any signal. LOU SPEEDfoxmat simals (see Section IV A) require approximately 20 seconds between receiver piclarp and hanwp as compared to approximately 5 seconds Assuming two phone lines on rotsry and random for HIGH SPEED fomat. call-in over a one-hour period, the maximrrmthroughput rate at the receiver IS: HIGH SPEED: 1400 si@lals 350 Sisals LOU SPEED:

2.

The receiver is capable of prooessing simals fran digital coxwnunimtars in LOU SPEED(Ademco Standard, Radionics, or SESCOA) format, Ademco HIGH SPEEDformat, The receiver accommodates up Radionics BASK, or Radionics %uperfasV format. to 8 phone lines and prooesses oalls on these lines simultaneously. The type of message (holdup, fire, burglsry, etc.) can be displayed and in oonjmation with astwd-alone printer (Ademco 786 Printer described herein),a printout with an The No. 786 is an BO-colwnn dotEnglish lsngaae message can be produced. matrix canputer style printer.
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The receiver is provided with front handles for easy insertion in a standard rack (approximate dimensions are 19" wide I 6-7/8s high r 21" deep). attractive enclosure (No. 68SCX) is optionally available for desk installation. 19"
An

top

The basic No. 685 contains displays. CPU (processor), mother board, pawer supply and charger and interfaces for printers, modems and a computer. Up to 8 line cards (in any combination) can be installed in the receiver (a separate card is required for each phone line). At the present time, seven types of cards are available: No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. * 685-l Line Card, Ademco LOW SPEm Format 685-2 Line Card, Ademco HIGB/LW SPEEDForum 685-3 Line Card, SESCOAFormat 685-4 Line Card, Radionics Format* 685-S Line Card. Ademco Long Bange Radio 685-8 Line Card, Multi-Format* 685-9 Derived Channel 6859AT Derived Channel vith AlU included Can process Radionics BFSK transmissions. monitor. Lightning arrestors are

Each line card contains built into the receiver

a telephone line fault for each phone line.

Standby should be prwided by a user-supplied. 12 Volt, maintenance-free. lead acid .battery (50 amp-hour minimum). For example, a Globe GC12550 55 amp-hour battery vill provide up * 3 9 hours of standby (U.L. requires at least 4 hours). Note: Since the No. 685 taneously, data is to the displaying used vith the No. can process signals on multiple phone lines simulstored in memory and the phone line released prior of the signal. -isten-in". therefore. cannot be 685.

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The subject receiver is listed for Fire Alarm Signaling senrice in accordance vith UL Standard 864, NFPA Standard No. 71 and is Listed by the California Fire Marshal for. commercial fire alarm monitoring. These standards require observance of the follwing rules:

1.
2.

One spare receiver


rWeiVer& vith

maat be provided for each group of five


receiver maximm substitution

failed

or fever primatime of 30 seconds.

Amizrhm receiver,
fire

of t10 eeperate ihcaming phone lines (atmbers) cunnectedtoeacb vith a separate line card for each lime, must be prwided. All alarm monitoring lines must be used for receiving alarm signals a. of each receiver may not be dim ouuected or in any manner Table
silenced.

3. 4. 5. 6.

The audible alert


permanently

The loading
A.

capability for each receiver shall be in accordance vith The telephone lines shall be arranged in separate hunt groups.

The 12OV electrical conaectiou of the receiver mst meet Class lviriag requirements. One method of meeting these requirements is shwn in diagram 6. Grouud start may not he used for the plclerieee transmitters.
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The No. 685 DigLtal Alarm Receiver, when used in conJrmctlon with a No. 678UL-F Dlgltal Ccmunicator, Alarm COmPriSea an FM (Factory Mutual) Approved Digital CallllllEliOat~ System for Central Station Fire Alarm, Security A1ax-mand Sprinkler SystemSupervisory Simaling Services. The definition . . . of the approved system configuration Cammicator(s) reporting is sumnarized herewith. only to a No. 685 Digital and 8

No. 678uL-F Digital Receiver.

No. 678UL-F must be promamed only for Alternate by pairs Calling Attempts,and~mmicatein Ademco's Hi& or Lcw Speed Format.

No more than 500 No. 678UL-FS can ooxmnuhicate to a No. 685 on 2 phone lines. An additional 256 No. 678UL-FS can be added for each additional phone line. The No. 685s power must be backed up by a 12V, 5AH No. 630 (non-UL use only), or a 12V, 55AH Globs (GC 12550) battery m other more elaborate UPS systems (see Section X, General Specifications, for UL applications). Ground start may not be used for the premises transmitters.

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PRIIICIPAL PBArmnS already mentioned, the receiver's other principal


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In addition to those features features include: A.


Accepts

BXG8 S'EgD tmmamissimm fran Nos. 678, 678UL-B, 678Ux,-F, 694, 69UN Digital Communicators and Nos. 4160, 4180 Control/Communicators without field modification of mits presently transmitting to LOW SPEED receiveR . In HIW SPEED mode, the time between the start of the handshake tone the end of the kissoff tone is only 4.7 seconds. During this.period, status of ALL EIGHT of the No. 678's or No. 41800's (or all FOUR of No. 694s) channels Is seut. Other formats require multiple messages multiple channel reporting. and the the for

Scospts trmmmi#ssiom inLQYSPBBD (Ademco Standard and SESCOA)formats, Three- or four-digit account as well as Radionics 3uperfast" format. nunbsrs may be received. C. Adapts h-2 transrissim at 10, 20 or 40 pulses per second, using either Ademoo (1400 Hz) or SESCCWRadionics (2300 Hz) Acknowledge and Kissoff tones. Can accommodate simultaneously. up to 8 phone lines and process calls few Idsscff bard) on all lines

D. B. P.

mquiras 28uoce8ai~ identiual tmutais8i~ singleromduitha parity checkdigit). stcwss up to 113 meusa~ broth mm ~sary during heavy traffic or ntroublen Periods. 6

(or can accept a


,.-..

fa. subsequent display

0.

Ubea 14 m-sagas

(ulth mm l acwy board) hawe been staed (but not Jst displayed) 0s my ose pbose line, the next call to that line will receive a hold signal (not a busy slmal) for up to 60 seconds.

R.

Acwpts > m bdiglt acwtmt smbsrs (with 3-di&t account numbers, a leading zero is added) and displays status of 9 channels (including test channel). Display lights on reeeiwer far brglsry, fire, holdup, restore, test, opening, claslng, lau battery. Triggered by Incoming simal if user (or Ademco 1 progrmable option PROMchip is so programmed. Display lights on recsimr telephoneline fault,printer isdicste failwe, AC failure, rswiver scmprtsr fsilure. law bettsry,

1.

J.
K.

Bnglish lsmgusg outputs for ~imter selectable via ruer (or Ademao) programmable PROMfram built-in table of 27 different messages. Separate tables are used fur LOW SPEED (Ademoo Standard or SESCOA) format, HIGH SPEEDformat and Radionics format. Selectmble one- m tuwring on phone lines. piahap, to reduce false pickups cawed by noise of achmuledgs (23:OO) mode wd

Lo H. R. 0.

One- a- tuc+seoond dslay lnstuees pickup sndtrsnamississ simal, to permit phone line settling. Displays tlm date In either In either civilian (ll:OOPW or ailitsry U.S. WMDDYY)or European (DDMMYY) style.

Hositars pnoselines emry 10dnutss. If fault occurs, receiver displays faulted line number, prints message and sends special code to caaputer (if connected 1. A more immediate test of the phone lines can be accomplished by depressing the SYSTEM TEST suit&. Automatically goes into MANUALroQ failure to prevent loss of simals. in esse of piste~ if or A.C. pousr a second alarm

PI Q. R.

RailGin hrzasr uill sot re=Md after being silenced, is received within 10 senonds of previous alarm.
Dry contad otiput fm raote sowdsr. before contacts close. Cable sssanbly, connection. canputer (if

Selectable delay of 1 to !%I seconds with plug, is supplied to facilitate simals to line test npassn or

8.

B&ma1 systa on all

tat mode tests receiver operation, sends test Also initiates connected) and message to printer. inactive phone lines.

t. u. v. Y.

reduces charging voltage Hsnrral battery tat "fail" message at printer. A printed mss~ an 0psrstcJr. ofmrs If rsssivsr

and produces battery

is plaoedln

or out of?UMUALmode by (not relevant opsrstiss. to UL

optioaal opsrstlon fra SO Ez AC pawor Is p-omcaable 864 listed fire alarm monitoring). Builtinustchdogtimsr amtinmllymsnitam 7
rewlm9r

A.

*itches

and LB)6 on Front of Receiver

1.

AU3WXANUALWitch

(and LED). This pushbutton controls the message. display/printing mode. Each time the button is pushed. it switches to an "Out" or nInn position. AUTO (Out) Positian:
In the AUTO mode. messages are displayed (and printed) as quickly as they are processed. In this mode. the No. 685 is normally used with a printer. since the display may change rapidly when many messages are being received. This mode permits the No. 685 to operate at maximum throughput.

8.

b.

XANOAL(In) Position:

The MANUALmode is intended for use when a printer is not available and messages are stored in the internal the operator chooses to display them. memory of the 685 until This allows time for the message already being displayed to be copied duun manually. Note : Up to 113 messages can be stored plus one additional). (14 per line card.

The LED located to the left of the AUTO/l4ANLlAL switch is used to indicate that the MANUAL mode is being used. This LED vi11 always be lit when the witch is in the MANUAL (In) position.
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There are circumstances in vhich MNUAL mode. These are: 11 2) 3) 41 5) 6)

the No. 685 will

switch

to the

AUTO/MANUALswitch in WUWAL position, or Both PRN-OFF and OFF-COMDIP switches in OFF position. or Printer fault with the printer ON, or AC pcwer failure with "Auto AC" option (see Section VI B 61 not selected.in PROM. or Computer failure with OFF-COM DIP switch in COM position and PRN-OFF DIP avitch OFF, or Computer failure with OFF-COH DIP switch in COH WANUAL Mode on Computer Failure option position. selected and Printer ON. Operation of the AUTO/MANUAL switch will cause a system message to be generated (See Section IV E 2). button is pushed, it switches to an

Note:

2.

VAtID/AU
Y)utn

Each time this &itch: or nInn position.

a.

Only messages that V&AD (Out) Position: (MO successive identical tranmissions. single transmission/checksu verified

are considered "valid" or proper parity for messages) will be printed.

Thls position may be used to conserve paper, since only one line will be printed for each incomLng message. When in the MANUAL mode, this position will also conserve internal message storage space since unverified messages will not be stored. Two exceptions to this position exist:

1) If IID data tones are heard after the OHandshaken tone is sent, a message will be generated as an indication of "no transmission." This is used to indicate the possibility of an attempt to Jam the incoming phone line. If a call is handled without a successful messa~ receipt 2) (m kissoff tone is sent), the last message roundn to be as an indication of a *bad received will be printed, transmission.n This feature may be used to help deterndne the location of a defective comunmicator. In both of the above cases, a TRANSMISSION ERRORmessage will be printed and displayed follcwinq the message (See 5ystem Message" Section IV E 2).
b. Al& (bl) Position:

or not, will 3-

All be displayed

incoming transmissions,
(and printed).

uhethsr

valid

This manentary action pushbutton is DISPLAY NBXY lESSACE Sultoht used to cause the next message stored in the memory to be displayed (and printed) when the receiver is in the MANUAL mode. A new message will be displayed for each push of the button until the memory has been emptied, at which time the display will clear. In the AUTOmode, this button functions as the "Clear Display" button. This momentary action BAYYSRY TEST Suitdr (and LED): is used to initiate or cancel a battery test. The purpose of the battery
batt cry .

4.

pushbutton

test is to test the condition

of the backup

During a battery test, the No. 685 is operated from the battery alone for a period of 5 minutes. If during that time, the battery voltage falls belou the law battery threshold, the test is terminated and a BATTERY TERT FAILURE message will be printed and displayed (See Section IV E 2). If the battery voltage remains above the lou battery threshold (11.2 volts) ( a BATTERY TEST PASS message will be displayed and printed (See Section IV E 2).
To Initiate

until

Press and hold the BATTERY TEST button a battery test: the LED to the left of it beglns to flash (about 2 seconds).

to cancel a battery test, oaos it has ba#pzn: Press and hold the BATTERYTEST button until the LED stops flashing (about 2 seconds).

5.

SYsTm

TE4T

sultabt

initiate
a.

8 systen test.

This mawntary contact pushbutton The test Is conducted as follows:

is

used to
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b. c. 6.

Bold the ha&on dewsed: All of the front panel LEDs and displays will be turned on to enable user verification of their operation. Belesse the hatton: A SYSTEMTEST message will be sent to all Printers, the computer (if used) and the display (See Section IV E 2). This allcws a check on all of these devices. Y%thla 10 mteomls, all inactim #me lines till be teeed (See Section VIII B 7 cl.

snmIQ( AxmY SuITal: This momentary contact pushbutton is used to silence the receiver's alert tone and also cancel the remote alert (if used . ..See Section III D 5). If multiple sisals come within 10 seconds of each other, the alert will not w-sound. The volume of the alert tone can be changed by adjusting a ootentiaPeter within the receiver, along its right edge (See Diagram 3). The alert a. b. C. tone will somd for each of the follouinq conditions:

Each time a message is received. Failure or restoral of any of the peripheral devices (printers, computer), battery, or A.C. power. -Whenever a aessage remains on the display for more than 30 seconds with the (message) WASTING LED on. This TONE serves to remind the operator that there are more messages stored in the No. 685's memory.

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-IQI TIPE Ids: These 8 display litits can be assiged to specific alann codes (LOW SPEBDAdanco standard, Radionics, and SESCOA formats) and/or channel numbers (HIGH SPEED Adamoo, .Derlved Channel, or Long Ranq, Radio format) by the programmIng of the option PROMchip furnished with the No. 685. Standardized alarm codes and/or channel n\rmbers must be used for all phone lines (line cards) so prograntned. For emmple, cods 1 could mean BURGLAR ALARMfor all LOU SPEED comChmnael 1 could also mean the same-thing, or sanething municators. different (e.g.: FIRE ALARM), for all HIQISPEED comnn&catoFs. For see Section Vf A 1. The MESSAGE TYPE LEDs are full information, desimated: HOLD-UP FIRE ALARM BURG. ALARM RESTORE LOU BATT.
OPENING

CLCBING lEST WDa: that the message on the display

8.

tE38AW ST16 aa b.

Indicates VALID LED: When lit, Is a verified message.


UAIYIUG LSD:

When lit, indicates that at least one message is contained in the internal memory of the No. 685. It is intended to warn the operator that there are more messages to be copied when the MANUAL mode is being used. 10

As an additional warning feature. the alert tone will be triggered if the DISPLAY NEXT MI?SSAGE button is not pressed within a 30-second period. If the operator silences the alert but doe6 not display the next message. the alert tone will trigger again 30 seconds later. This feature is intended to remind the operator more messages stored in the No. 685's memory.
C.

that

there

are

ACTIVB Lm: on at least

one

When lit, indicate6 that of the telephone lines.

a call

is being processed

9.

sxsrmmILuRKL~s:

a.

LopBA!m.

When lit, indicate6 that the receiver's m!rlmmLm: Since standby battery voltage has dropped belw 11.2 volts. the battery is normally being charged by the No. 685. a LCM BATT. condition should only occur after an A.C. pwer failure. When lit, indicate6 that an A.C. A.C. LED: for longer than 5 seconds has taken place. pwer the

b.
C.

failure
printers connection for fire

PRINTBR LED:
(serial, parallel

When lit, indicates that or extension1 has failed. that

one of

d. Note:

CXMDTER Lm: When lit, indicate6 to the computer (if any) has failed.

the No. 685's

The CAPS and Adwco/MAS computer system are UL listed burglary monitoring but are not listed for cwmercial monitoring.

e.

LINB PALILT LID:

indicates that a failure has been When lit, detected in one of the phone lines. The faulty line's number will be displayed above FAtEm LINE just to the right of the TIME and DATE message display. Grwp (Inside Front Flip-Dwn Panel):

B.

DIP bitch

These switchem (located inside the the receiver) are used to select features. They must be activated similar pointed object (not a flip-dwn panel, oiaply pull on the

flip-down panel on the front of various seldom-changed operating by straightened paper clip or pencil point). To open the front handle.

1.

This witch is used AUTO-MA (Anto/Haaoal Ki66-off) Suitch: Its position is unimportant in normal for factory testing only. operation. CRLF-CR (Carriage Return, Line Peed/Carriage Return Only) *itch: This witch is used to adapt the No. 685 to printers that feed the paper ollice when a carriage return-line feed combination signal is received.

2.

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When the switch is in the left (CRLF) position, the No. 685 is set up to work with most printers (including the No. 786). If the printing appears double speced. after ear& line, move the switch to the right (CR). The No. 685 will then output only a carriage return.
3. PlmdFF ovh&dlr/Off) adtdr: USE THIS SWITCHIN mS LEFT (PRN) POSITION U?!EN A PRINTER Is USED. If printer failure occurs, the nPRINTERN SYSTEM FAILURE LED will ligt and the No. 685 will autanatically switch to the HANUAL.mode. In this event, the MANUALmode can be overridden, if desired, by moving the switch to the ri?&t (OFF). This will return the system to the AUfO mode (as might be desired if a computer Is also connected to the No. 685) &ile keeping track of the printer status. The ~P?UNTERmSYSTFYFAILURE LEDwill remain lit. CurtiUtX

While thp switch lines fr=-, the This p'inting. prill',er .

is to the rip&t. (OFF), the "readyn printer are not checked during could cause loss of data on the

USE Tm3 SwITCt! IN ITS RIGHT :?FF) POSITION IF A COMPUTER IS USEDWIT!' '3 RECEIVER PRINTERPRGEKT. With the suite? In this positim, ;he No. 685 will switch to tne .iNUAL aode if 3 cxputer failure no p'inter cmm,Led 20 the No. 685. Use of a printer
transmissioxmn

autmatically occurs with of any 'bad

is recmended that may ocour.

, to log the details

4.

This switch lS-2S (l-Seoond/24eaond Baadmhah Delay) %dtah: is used to select the amount of time allwed for phone line settling after answering a call. In daae localities, excessive. phone line settling delay might cause the handshake tone to @break up." to avoid this situation, the No. 685 may be programmed to wait a longer time between answering a call and starting the Vmndsh3kew tone. the normal l-second delay is In the left (1s) position, If difficulties are encountered, moving the switch to selected. the ri*t (2s) will increase the delay to 2 seconds.

5.

12b24E (12.hoar Clvllia~/24-tmw Military Time) -tab: This switch is used to select a 120hour (civilian) or 2bhour (military) time display. For the 120hour disday, mowe the stitch to the left (12H) position.
incdm

6.

( i-fmg/i?-m!bg

piohrp)

Sdtabt

to promam whether the No. 685 will answer Pickup after 1 (left) or 2 ring3 (ri*t). be used to allow the No. 685 to operate at however, false pickups due to noisy phone ring pickup position should be used. 12

This switch Is used a call after 1 ring ring should normally maximun speed. If, lines occur, the 2.

7.

aT-coH (orf/cwprt8r) sultcht This sultch Is located directly below the lRG2RC suitch. It may not be labelled on all units. Use this used. switch in its right (COM) position when a computer is

This switch is used to tell the uo. 685 that a computer has Qeen COMeCted t0 it. The No. 685 uses this information to decide whether or not to switch to the MANUAL mode in the event of a cunputer failure. If the "MANUALMode on Computer Failure" option has been selected and if the OFF-COMswitch is in the right hand position, the No. 685 will suit& to the MANUAL mode in the event of a computer failure. If
c.

a printer

is present,

Mode by moving the OFF-CM dipswitch

the No. 685 may be restored to the AUTO to the OFF (left) position.

Addit%& Sultchw (Inside Flip-Darn Panel): The follauing switches are also to be found inside the flip-doun panel on the front of the mit. 1. 1IESCgIVERlKMER!3eleotorSuitch: This switch is used to Identify the receiver nunber on message displays and printouts. 1tmay be set to any digit from 1 to 9 (1 for the first receiver, 2 for a second receiver, If used, etc.). SYSTW RESETsultch: This switch is used In case of a temporary malfunction. When this switch is pulled down and released, the Pollawing events occur:
a.

2.
m

b. c. d. 3. 4.
5.

All message memories are cleared. The system is re-initialized. The stored date and time is checked for validity and reset to 12:OO Al4 on Jam. 1 If zm emm is detected. The seconds are alway reset to zero. A SYSTEMRESET messa@ will be displayed and prlnted (see Section IV E 2 a). This switch is used for in normal operation. factory testing factory

SEED KIs!mFF sultch: and does not function cluEEEL Ammu testing.
svitab:

This switch is used only for

DARSR/OFF/T~SETStitcb

7.

DAYAUHDYS Switch:

These switches calendar.

are used when settinq

the internal

clock and

Normally the DATE SET/OFF/TIME SET switch is in the OFF positlon. When It is in either the DATE SET or TItiE SET position, the display will flash as a warning and printing is held back (this prevents printout of an invalid time or date during setting of time or date).
message will

At the completion of setting the tire or date, a special ba generated for logging purposes.

system

TOSETTREDATE:
8.

Move the DATE SET/OFFfTIH SET switch to DATE SET. Set the month by pressing and holding the HONTWHOUR The month portion of the display will advance until button. the button is released. Set the day by pressing and holding the DAY/MINUTEbutton until the desired day shows on the display. Idot The calendar ~111 normally advance from February 28 to March 1. In a leap year, the date may be manually set to Februwy 29. It will then autanatically advance to March 1 at adtight.

b.

C.

TO SET THE TIPE:


a.

Move the DATE SET/OFFRI?B SET switch to TIME SET. Press


hour

.n.

b.
C.

and hold
is displayed.

the

MOBTWROURbutton DAY/MINUTE switch

vltil rrntil

the desired the desired

Press and hold the minute is displayed.

Bate:

The seconds oovlter will be held at 0 seconds mtll the DATESET/OFFRWE SET switch is returned to OFF.
HAVE BEEN SET,

SR 0.

AFTER Tm DATE AND Tim SuIYai NBS? EB DISPLAYEDAND PRINTED.

lW# Mm

SBT/U??/TI?E

TO W??* TO PERMIT FESSAGES TO BE

Rear of Rewiwrt 1. 2. SEErAL PmfTE~ colmwtar 3101 (RS232) mTlsm1m Print& otodetB1 Coweata 3102 (RS232) coIeurElP oornraata. JlO3 (RS232) J105 (Cantronios Format 1: PmALlsL PlmYBl? Cameotm

4.

3.

eNot relevant

to UL 864 listed

fire

alarm monitoring.

These are standard data connectors (25-pin 7bA for 5101, 5102, J103 and j6-pin for JlO5) that permit connection to appropriate equipment .
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14

5.

BBKnB ASBRT Connector JlOht Permits connecting alert tone dry contacts within the receiver to an optional reaote sounder No. 706 Mini-Howler) or li@t. Maximun distance between the 685 Receiver and rwote sounder or light is 50 feet. A twoconductor cable assmbly with matching connector is supplied to facilitate the connection. lbte: An external power souroe is required used. The contacts' maximum ratings =ps* Do mat we bell8 derloes . ar mcbaniual
for

are:

the renote 12V.DC, 2

ImpDrtwt:

typs lm-ns as sourding

The receiver's remote alert contacts can be operated in either of two modes, as chosen during the programming of the option PROMchip (see Section VI).
a.

Ratio Alert Delays The remote contacts' operation follars the receiver's internal alert after a user selectable delay of up to 50 seconds. The remote alert as well as the internal alert will have to be silenced by momentary operation of the receiver's SILENCE ALERT switch. For selecting the delay, see Section VI C on programming the option PROM chip. Remote Alert Pulse Relay: Each time the alert tone is triggered, the remote contacts will close f&w 2 seconds. This is weful in a computer l installation where the No. 685 Is remote from the operator. In this case, mute the No. 685's internal alert using the potentiometer as described in Section III A 6. The operator will then not have to push the SILENCE ALERT button. If 2 seconds of cloeure is not sufficient, an externally parered latching relay and reset switch can be employed. See Section VI C for selecting the pulse relay option. *Not relevant to UL 864 listed fire alarm monitoring.

b.

6.

BATYBRY 12V Conneetacs 5106, supplied standby battery (12V, amp-hour minimum). Use both parallel the connections at the

For connection of userJlO?: maintenance-free lead acid,. 50 cable assemblies provided and battery.

7. 8. 9. 10.

For connection of up to 8 phone lines TEL- Lsllm Tarainal8: (phone line polarity must be observed).

AC Pwsz. Connector: AC Fwe: RAT% Rae: GBGGBDIBG P&r

For

llOV.AC Line Cord (supplied). No. 90-10). 90-15).

3A, SLO-BLO (e.g., 15A (e.g., No.

11.

For connection of an earth wound.

15

.-..

LOU SPBED (Adwoo Pm: 1.

Standard,

Badionias,

Badiwiw

Suparfaat

a- S5WA)

Display, IAH SPEEDPoarat: Uhen a si@tl is received viaaLine Card installed in the No. 685, the slmal will be displayed as six identification digits followed by a single digit alarm code. A typical display mi*t be:
12 0865 2 (plus

TIM3 and DATE) of

The first digit (1) represents the receiver number setting the RECEIVER NUMBER auitch on the No. 685 (see Section III Cl).

The second digit (2) represents the group or rotary number (1-8) which the user has assimed to the telewone line processing the call. Up to 8 rotary Identifiers may be assigned. Conversely, all 8 phone lines may be assimed the same rotary nunber. This nrrmber is programmed during the Line Card Setup Procedure (see Section VII A). The third through sixth digits (0865) represent the subscriber's account nunber. The No. 685 Receiver is desimed to accept 3- m 4digit account nunbers as supplied by LOW SPEED Ademco, Radionics or SFSCOAcamnunicators. When receiving 34igit LOU SPEED simals, the receiver adds a Oaheadof the 34igltaccount nmber as showninthis example. The final digit (2) represents the transmitted be any code fran 0 throu& 9 orBthrough F. alarm code, whiti can

,.--

With the No. 685 In the AUTOMATIC mode, the characters on the display will appear as they are received and processed by the No. 685. If the second transmission is Identical to the fimt, the display will not light for the second chanp (except for the VALIDLED,which will message 1. Should the trsnsmisaitm change, the newly transmitted In the MANUALmode, the simal will appear on the display screen. previous message will remain on tk display until the DISPLAY NEXT MESSAGE button Is depressed. If multiple transmissions are received fram a comuumicator, they will normally all be handled by the No. 685 on the sme call. Messages are displayed on the No. 685 in succession as if they were separate ccemwnicator%. messages fran different 2w When a printer is used with the No. 685, Prixwnlt, IARI SEISD PW: It can be operated in one of two modes: PRINT ALL or PRINT VALID ONLY.. In the PRINT ALL mode, every m-sage received by the No. 685 In the PRINT VALID only successful transmissions will be printed. which have been kissed-off will be printed. This means, under normal conditions, for everytuomesaages received onlyomewill be printed, in an effort to conserve paper and minimize operator review time. HaVever,whsn bad or poor tranamlasions arerecaived,an error message will be printed. 16

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Typical printouts are shown belar. Time is represented in an AM/PM basis in this example. The second item represents the month and day of the year. The next 7 digits represent a reproduction of the No. 685 display. The English language message at the right is produced by assigning specific alarm oodes to one of 27 messames stored in the option PROM(see Section VI A). 6:30 PM 3/15 12 0865 2 BURC&AR ALARM If kissoff the letter is issued, the message will (V) as shown belou: be identified as verified with

6:30 PM 3/15 12 0865 2 (VI BURGLAR ALARM

Adenco's High Speed canmunicators will format to the No. 685-l Line Card.

always

transmit

in LOW SPEED

It is possible that a transmission from a Hi&/Lal Speed coumumieating device may be received by a No. 685-2 or No. 685-8 Line Card in LOU SPEED Ademco Standard format. This will only occm if the communicator fails to recognize the HIGH SPEEDacknowledment tone which is transmitted twice frcm the No. 685 receiver. This situation oan arise as a result of a faulty phone line. The communicator signal will then display on the No. 685 screen and print in exaotlythe same manner as describedabove. The only word of caution is that a 4-digit account number programmed into the communicator, will then be transmitted as a 3 digit account number. In this case, the No. 685 will Insert a leading Oto wnvert the accorrnt nmber into 4diglts. For exmnple, if channel 3 is activated at account 4123, and the call is reoeived by receiver 12 on line #4, this portion of the message will appear as shown below:
24 0123 3

In addition, if a lw speed cotmnwication message is received on a No. ,685-2 HIGH/LOU SPEEDcard, the message will appear in LOW SPEED AdemcoStandard format. Lw speed restoral massages fran the Nos. 678, 693*, 694* and similar to Ademoo High Speed format ccxmnunicators may optionally be translated These messages are aS for the CAPS or AQmco/MAS computer system. follows:
ACC Z ACC 9

Where ACC = Acwwt Nuaber iTi= Camnunicator Channel These messages will be printed (but not sent to computer) along with a 6850generated High Speed messagae. The canputer will only receive the special Hi@ Speed message.
+

These Canm~icators

are not UL Listed.

17

For exsmple.

the message:

123 123 123 123

2 2 9 9

will

be printed

as:

0123 2 (v) 0123 9 0') 0123 5355 5555 7 (V) ZONE 2 RESTORE but only 0123 5355 5555 7 will be sent to CAPS.

Botc:

When the High Speed message is printed, the English language message number will be selected fran the HIGH SPEED nnglish language table. must be enabled
for

This feature desired.

each line

card

for

which

it

is

B.

EIa 1.

sPE5 Format: Diaplq, m SPKIP)Format: When a No. 678. 694*, 4160-12 , or 418G12 High Speed Digital Canmunicator addresses a No. 685-2 XIGH/LOW SPEm Format Line Card, the message will normally be transmitted and displayed in HIGH SPEED format. In this format. the presentation of the six identification digits is similar to that of the LOU SPED format.

The receiver nunber, the group or rotary ntier, and the 4-digit subscriber's account number are the same as described in paragraph A (leading digit is not forced to zero>.

Eote:

The No. 678. 694*. 4160-12 or 4180-12, if progrsmmed for Mesco format, need not be re-progrsmmed to send at HIGR SPESElto the No. 685-2 or 685-8 card in the No. 685: for caatral
l t8tioa

Hot DL Liatad

cmaaicatioa

In HIGH SPEED forwt. information regarding all 8 channels as well as the ninth (test/lou battery/channel data ID) channel will be In HIGR SPEED format, alarm codes no tranlPnitted on each message. the poaitioa of the information Instead, longer identify a channel. in the display and on the printer (if used) identifies the channel. Code nunbets identify the #tatus of each channel. When any channel is activated in a high speed communicator, status information is autanatically transmitted for all channels. The specific code n-hers that are used to indicate the status of each channel are indicated in Table B. and channel 2 has reported on For example, if channel 1 is activated, (Cont'd on page 20)

18

TABLE 8:

CHANNEL STATUS CODES (HIGH SPEED FORMAT)

status

For

the

codes are as follows:

eight

event

reporting

cImnnel8

(digits

5 through

12), the

channel

1+ : 4 5 6 0*

NEW EVENT(previously unreported). NEW OPENING(previously unreported). NEWRESTORE (previously unreported). NEW CLOSING(previously unreported). (no event since previously reported RESTORE). NORMAL PREVIOUSLY REPORTED EVENT STILL IN EFFECI. NEWTROUBE (only displayed for expanded reporting law speed comunicatom). &aurml (dlglt
131, the follating channel

Pa. the ninth 1 2 4 65


3

status codes are used:

DURESS REPORT in previous 8 channels (specifically channel 1). WENING REPGRT in the previous 8 channels (with user ID In channel 1 If expanded reporting of user # is selected at the conmwnicator). ZONEBYPASSSTATUSREPORT in the prevloua 8 channels. U&SING REPORT in the previous 8 channels (with user ID In channel 1 if expanded reporting of user I is selected at the comnunicatcr). ZONETROUBLE STATUSREPORT in the previous 8 channels. SYSTEM TROUBLE REPORTS In the previous 8 channels. CHANNEL 1: CHANNEL 2: CHANNEL 3: CliANNEL4: CHANNELS: CHANNEL 6: CHANNEL?: CiiANNEL8: AC LOSS LOU BATTERY SYSTEMFAILURE WATCHDOG TIM3R RESFT(LONGRANGE RADIO) FAILURE TO RECEIVESTATUSHZSSAGE (LWG RANGE RADIO) TELCOLIRE FAULT NOT USED WALKTEST (SENSOR TEST MDDE)

i 7
8

are reported in previous 8 channels. NEWLOU BATTERY(will mt re-repcrt on subsequent calls and will not send restore) - old hi,@ speed format method far reportfng system law battery - alarm status is reported in the previous 8 channels. TEST REPORT- alarm status is reported in the previous 8 channels. RADIO DIAGNOSTIC'+ - Radio testing info is reported in previous 8 channels (This message will not be sent to the caaputer output).

ZONE ALARMSTATUS REF'ORT- alarms

+ This code not used with problems (code 0 used). *


-

Radionics

BFSK software to report

Telco channel

This code not used for Long Range Radio .reporting

(code 1 used). infowation.

**

Refer to Appendix in this manual (see Index) for further

19

a previous trsnsmission , the display will indicate a new alarm (1) on channel 1, a previous alarm (6) on channel 2, normal (5) on channels 3 through 8 and Alarm (7) on the test/low battery/channel data ID channel. The folloulng examples should Illustrate the types of displays to be expected with hi& speed format. In all of the following cases, the receiver nmber is 1, snd the call is received on group or rotary No. 3. Of course, TIME and DATE would be displayed In each case as well. Only NEW events: ALARM, OPENING, RESTORE, CLOSING or TROUBLE on any channel or 24-hour zone BYPASSES or TEST will trigger transmission, at which time all 9 channels will report.
ba~~Dlw 1.

(HIGH SPEEDformat): battery

At subscriber 12890, channels 1 throw 8 are normal and a lm (channel 9) initiates a call. The following message will be sent: Rcvr/ Line ID Subscriber Identification
2890

Channel Number 1234 5678 5555 5555

9 8

Message:

13

Channel 9: 2.

NEWLOWBATTERY

At subscriber #890, channels 2 and 5 go Into alarm (and initiate a call) and channel 6, which has previously reported an alarm is still triggered.

.-

Rcvr/ Line ID
Message: 13 Channel 2:

Subscriber Identification
5890

Channel Number 1234 5678


5155 1655

9
7

Channel 5: Channel 6: 3.

NEWALARM NEWALARM PREVIOUSLYREPORTEDALARM (still In effect)

Still at subscriber 15890, follaring the events of example 2 above, channel 2restores (Initiatingthe call) and channels 5 and 6 remain in alarm: Rcvr/ Line ID Subscriber Identification
5890

Channel Nlnnber 1234 5678

9 7

Message:

13

Channel 2: Channels 5,6: 4.


Subscriber #0135sends

5355 6655 NBWRBSTORE PREPIOUSLYREPGRTRDALARMS (atill in effect)

8n opening:

Rcvr/ Line ID Message: 13

Subscriber Identification
0135

Channel NwMr 1234 5678


1222

9 2
.-.

2222

Channel 1: Cbannels 2-9:

tlSER ID - User Pl opened OPENINGREPORT TRANSMITTED 20

5.

After

trtmmission Rcvrl Line ID

of Example 4. subscriber Subscriber Identification

10135 sends a closing: Channel Number 1234 5678 4444 9 4

Message:

13

1444 0135 USeR ID - User tl closed Channel 1: Channels 2-9: CLOSING REPORTTRANSMIllZD 60135 sends e duress message: Subscriber Identification 0135 Channels l-9: Duress report force anus the

6.

Subscriber

Rcvr/ Line ID Message: 13

Cbannel Number 1234 5678 1555 transmitted system. causing channel 5555

9 1

7.

Subscriber 10135. User I1 report a bypass. Rcvr/ Line ID

3 to

Subscriber Identification 0135 0135

Channel Number 1234 5678 1444 4444 (Closing Report) 5515 5555 (Bypass Report)

9 4 3

Message:

13 13

Bypass reports always accompany closing reports when burglary zones are bypassed. If individual zone bypassing had been performed prior to arming. the bypass reports would be sent later when the system was armed and the closing report sent. If a 24-hour zone (e.g.. fire. panic) were to be individually bypassed. the bypass report depicted belcw would be transmitted immediately. The example belao shows a bypass report for Channel 5. Rcvr/ Line ID Message: 13 Subscriber Identification 0135 Channel Number 1234 5678 5555 1555

9 3

Bypass restorals are not transmitted for controlled zones as these zones are known to have been restored when the system is disarmed and the opening report Bypass restorals are trsnamitted for 24-hour zones, however, is transmitted. when the restore1 takes place. Message: 8. 13 5890 occurs on channel 2 for 5355 subscriber 5555 t5890. 3 a trouble

If a trouble condition report is trsnsmitted.

21

Rcvr/ Line ID Message:


13

Subscriber Identification
5890

Channel Nmber
1234 5155 5678 5555 9 5

Trouble restoral Message:


111128: 13

is transmitted

as soon as it occu~g.
5890 5355 5555 5

Speed trouble report is receimd on a channel that has been as a FIRE channel (Message I1 1) the English Language message will be FIRE TROUBLE.
programned

If

a Hia

9.

If a system trouble exia'ts. Rcvr/ Line ID

condition

occurs,

a separate

trouble

message format

Subscriber Identification (Channel 1 is used)


0135

Channel Number
1234 5678 9

Par Lam of AC Reporting Message:


13

1555

5555

Pa- AC Bwtoral
Message: 13 0135 3555 5555 6

If the 5ow Battery Report in New Format condition will be reported as follan: Pm LW Batt~ylteportlng Messam:
13

option

has been selected,

the battery

(Channel 21s wed)


0135 5155 5555 6

Messam:

13

0135

5355

5555

It Is recommended that the No. 685-2 be dedicated to KIGH SPEED format only. This can be accomplished by cutting the WHITE juapsr on the No. 685-2 (see Section VII B). If the junper is not cut, do net exceed 1000 accounts on each No. 685-2 Line Card. This will prevent errors in lclentifylng HIGR SPEEDaccounts which may transmit at LOWSPEEDbecause of phone line noise.
z PrIntout, Ems SPEgD ?amat:

When a printer la used with the No. 685, it will produce printouts similar to the HIGH SPEEDdisplay examples given above. With the line cards' English Langrrage Enable Option in effect, an English langwe output will ba printed as well. When multiple the printerwill toths hi*eat higher priority oonditlons are reported to the No. 685, at HI@i SPEED, produce anEngliahlanguageoutput correspondingonly By deflnltion, channel 1 is a priority level present. than 3, etc.
22 :-..

Conditions which produce an English language output are anything other than a previously reported event or a normal event; however, when multiple conditions occur on one transmission, the printer will produce an (Ml in front of the meassam. Using the ssme identification nrrmbers as the previous examples and assuningthat channels 1 and 3 are activated at 6:30 PM on March 15, and assuming the English language output for channel 1 is HOLD-UP ALARMand the English langrrage output for channel 3 is BURGLAR ALARM, the following messa& will appear onthe printer: 6230 PM 3/15 13 8531 1515 5555 7 (M) HOLD-UPALARM If a transmission received a Mssoff from the No. 685 it is de&mated as a verified message and identified with the letter (V) as shown below: 6:30 PM 3/15 13 8531 1555 5555 7 ('I) HOLD4JPALARM If a transmission contains multiple alarms and is verified, it is identified by the letters (Ml and 00, as shown belar: 6:30 PM 3115 13 8531 1515 5555 7 (Ml (VI HOLD-UPALARM If the No. 685 is switched to the PRINT VALID position, messages other than fault messages will contain a (VI.
c.

all

BxpanQdLar

SpeedPamat

md chscbsuVarl?lmtlan

Ths No. 685 is capable of receiving expanded law speed reports and Checksun Verified' messages in either the NON-EXPANDED or EXPANDED reporting modes [EXPANDED mode identifies opening and closing by user,trouble and restore by zone (channel) and can also report lar battery restore]. 4 Decoding of messages with a parity check must be PROMenabled because the receiver needs a way of distinguishing j-digit subscriber ID/ldigit event with checksun messages frun kiigitsubscriber ID/l-digit event messages since they are the sac length (see Section VI C). When a reaaage is received In the EObBXFAIIDBD reporting mock, the input and output messages will be similar to LOU SPEEDformat messages (see Section IV A) but will use Radionics alarm codes as indicated in Table C. In the EXPAEDED reporting rods, opening, clcsing, trouble and restore reports are transtitted using pairs of messages. The first message gives the accomt nunber and the type of event (the Radionics alarm code for is RE" and TROUBLE(and SHUNT) is OPENINGis "B", URGING la "CR, RESTORE The second message will have an "account numbarw of BBB, CCC, EEE or T"). FFF (OPENING, CLOSING, RESTOREor TROUBLE) and the "alarm code will occurs on indicate the affected channel or user. For example, if a RESTORE channel 1 at the premises of account 890, the following sequence would be received (assuned RECEIVER No. 1, Group No. 3):
13 0890 E 13oEEE 1

..

(Cont'd on page 25)

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TABLE c:

TYPICAL LOW SPEED MESSAGES

,,-.

Be@ar
OpenW5

Peprtlag

Noda 124 124 124 124 124 124 far 1 B C D E 0124 0124 0124 0124 0124 F 0124 1 B C D E
F

Alarm (Zcne 1 shown) Closing Abort Restore Trouble lhrprnded n&l);


Opening

(VI ZONE 1 ALARM 0124 1 (I) OPENING 0124 B (VI CLO6MG 0124 C (V) CAN&L 0124 D 0124 E (VI RESTORE (V) TROUBLE 0124 F TFouble & Bastace (Ilo. 665 In PRIlR AU

lteportlng

Opening,

Claslng,

(User 3 shown)

0124 B OBBB3 0124 3222 2222 2 0124 C


occc 3

(V)

OPENING USER t3

~124 3222 2222 2

Closing
(User 3 shown)

0124 3444 4444 4 Reatore (tine 1 shown) 0124 E OEEE1 0124 3555 5555 7 0124 F OFFF 2 0124 5055 5555 7 124 F 0124 F 9 OFFF 9 0124 5555 5555 8 t 0124 E OEEE9 0124 5555 5555 B iac Openilrg, Claslag, Tmuble

(VI CLCSlNGUSER#3 (VI (VI

D124 3444 4444 4

(VI ZONE1 RESTORE D124 3555 5555 7

,F--. _

Trouble

(tine

2 shown)

(VI (VI (VI ZONE2 TROUBLE3124 5055 5555 7 (VI (VI (0) LOUBATZERY

Battery

Trouble

0124 5555 5555 8

Battery

Restore

(V) LOWBATTERY RESTORE & Ibsta=e

0124 5555 5555 B

lkpmrbd nada):

Eepwtlng

(Uo. 685 In PR.lEf VALID 0124 3222 2222 2 0124 3444 4444 4 0124 3555 5555 7 0124 0555 5555 7
,-..

Opening (User 3 shown) Closing (User 3 shown) Rwtore Trouble

124 B 0124 3222 2222 2


Em 3

(V) OPENING -

USER13 (VI CLOSINGUSER13 (VI ZONE 1 RESTORE (VI ZONE1 RESTGRE

124 C 0124 3444 4444 4


ccc3

(Zone 1 shown) 124 E 0124 3555 5555 7 EEE 1 (Zone 1 s!mwn) 124 F 0124 0555 5555 7 FFF 1

24

The No. 685 oat&mm these messages and produces sn equivalent HIGH SPEED format message to Indicate a RESTORE of channel 1 (see Section IV B):
13 0890 3555 5555 7

The caabined massage will be displayed on the No. 685 and outputted to the printer and computer. In addition, if the No. 685 is in the PRINT ALL mode, the original messages received will precede the canbined massage on the printer (as well as the 685s display) for referenoe purposes:
13 0890 E 13 OEEE1 13 0890 3555 5555 7

(VI (VI
(VI

Table B shows typical Expanded messages. Note the use of code '0" in the equivalent hi@ speed format to indicate a TROUBLE tindition for a particular zone (channel) and the use of code W' for LOU BATYERYRESTORE. ACCOUNTNUMBER 124 is assused in the typical messages. For brevity, RECEIVER md GROUP nmbers are not shown.
The No. 685 Receiver is oapable of receiving 4-2 messages on the 685-1, -2, A 4-2 message consists of a J&-digit subscriber cards. -3, -4 and -8 line

IW follcwed by a 2-digit event code. Usually, the first di@t of-the event code is used to indicate the type of event, and the second digft of the event code is used to indicate the zone or channel. The No. 685 will use the first digit of the event code In deterndning the English Language message to use. For example, if event code 2 is programmed for FIRE and the message 0890 23 is received, the English lanmage outputuillbe:
0890 23

(VI

FIRE ZONE3

Messages which have B, C, E, or F as the first digit of the event code will be interpreted as openings, closings, restores, and troubles, respectively. In order for 4-2 messages to be output the messap may need to be performed. for additional information. D.
Radioniw BFSK

to the canputer, same translation of See section XI, (COMFUTER INTERFAC!2)

When the No. 685 Receiver is equipped with the Radionics BASK version software, the following features are incorporated: 1. Accepts BFSK, Sescoa, and Radionics Superfast messages using the No. 665-4 or No. 685-8 Line Card (available separately). Handles the following BASKreports automatically: 2. a. FIRE Openin@Closing3 by user/zone b. c.. Status Reports Force-Arming Reports d. ACPwer FailureReports e. Telco Line Failure/Restoral Reports f.

25

h. 1.
3.

g.

POPEX Trouble/Restore Reports Telco Caummlcation Channel Trouble Reports Unsuccessful and Successful Download, Trouble/Restore Reports

.*-

or

Power-on

Reset

Translates all received messages into an Aden& Canputer Autanation System caapatible fonnat. In addition, a 'Zone English' message will be printed on the No. 786 Printer, if used. Make sure that the Ademco canputer system (if used) is set up to handle alarm codes S (Status reports) and W (Force-arming) for the BASK acoounts.

N&et

Listen-in

reports

will

not be handled automatically.

In all the examples that follcrw, the receiver number is 1, the call is received on group or rotary No. 3, and the account n\rmber is 123 (0123). Of course, Tim and DATEwould be displayed and prihted in each case as well. on oode numbers, channel positions, etc. Refer to Table B for information Fire Reports: All BESK messages received with the Radionics FIRE indicator bit set will have the word FIRE-inserted on the printer (for example, FIRE TROUBIE ZONE 1). In addition, the FIRE LED on the No. 685's front panel ~53.1 be illuminated for fire alanus. Example: Printout: Display:
OsmnlngKlwing

(TIE

& DATE) 13 0123 0555 5555 7


13 0123 0555 5555 7

(V)

FIRE TROUBLE ZC'ME1

,f---.

(TIME h DATE) by user/zone will be alarm codes B and C for

Openings and Closings Reportsr handled, as well as the usual method of sending openings and closings, respectively.

For openings and closings by user/zone, the messages will be translated to the Ademco High Speed fonaat for display/printing purposes. In this format, the digit in channel position 1 indicates the user/zone number. Channel positions 2 through 9 are then filled with the digit 2 for openings and 4for closings.
For example, an opening by user nmber 3 at account 123 would be printed follows:

as

Printout: Display:

(TIE

& DATE) 13 0123 3222 2222 2


13 0123 3222 2222 2

(VI

OPENING USER#3 (TIME & DATE)

Status reports may be sent by sane Radionics control/comStatw Reports: The report consists of all messages that have been sent since municators. the last opening or closing. When a status 1.
2.

report

is received,

the following

events occur: by

All messages received as part of the status report are flagged printing the word l STATUS* in place of the (Ml (V) indicators. The messages oontained in the report are held back fran canputer since they do not require opsrator action.
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the Ademco

3.

At the end of the status messages , a special message consisting of the account I folloued by an alaxm code of 'S' will be printed and sent to the computer. This message may be used to supervise accounts with periodic test reports.
report

For example, if a status the printer will show:

is triggered

after

a closing has occurred,

(TIME A DATE) 13 0123 3444 4444 4 *STATUS+ CLCSINGUSER S3 (TIME h DATE) 13 0123 S STAT. REPORT (VI Display: However, the computer will
13 0123 3444 4444 4 13 0123 S

(TIME h DATE) (TIME & DATE)

only receive

the message 13 0123 S

When an alarm system transmitting in BASK fornat Foras Aming Reports: reports that it has been force-armed, the No. 685 Receiver will generate a special force-arming message. This message consists of the accorrnt nllo 1r followed by an alarm code of 'Wt. For example, if user 3 force-arms account 1123, the printer
(VI m

will

show:

(TIME & DATE) 13 0123 3444 4444 4 (Tim b DATE) 13 0123 W Display: AC Para
power, 13 0123 3444 4444 4 13 0123 W

UOSING-USERS3
FORCE ARMING

(TIMZ & DATE) (TIHE 6 DATE)

Failure Reports: If a BFSK communicator reports the failure of AC the No. 685 will generate a high speed message to indicate the. failure. The message for account 6123 would be as follars:

Printout: Display:
8ate:

(TIME h DATE) 13 0123 1555 5555 6


13 0123 1555 5555 6

(VI

AC POWER FAILURE

(TIME & DATE)

Due to the nature of the BFSK power failure reporting method, an AC failure message will be printed and sent to the computer each time a call is received fran a system that has lost AC power. AC restoral reports are not sent by BFSK comunlcators.

TelegboneLinePailure/Bsstoral Reports: Inthe event that a BFSK communicator reports a failure of one of its phone lines, the No. 685 will generate a high speed message to indicate the failure. The message will show a 1 in the 6th channel position along with a 6 in the 9th channel position.
For example, a phone line

failure

at account 123 would produce the message:


(VI

Printout: Display:

(TIME & DATE) 13 0123 5555 5155 6


13 0123 5555 5155 6

TELCOLINE ALARM (TII4E i DATE) produce a

In a similar manner, a restoral of the telephone line will restoral message to be displayed/printed, far example: Printout: Display: (TIME b DATE) 13 0123 5555 5355 6
13 0123 5555 5355 6 (VI

TELCOLINE RESTORE (TIHE b DATE)

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PWEI Trou?ae/Rwtwe ports a POPEXfailure, message: Printout: Display:

Reporta: In the event that a BFSK commmicator rethe No. 685 will generate the following high speed
(VI

,-.

(TIME A DATE) 13 0123 5505 5555 6


13 0123 5505 5555 6

SYSTEM FAILURE (TIME h DATE)

Note that oode 0 is used to Indicate a new trouble in this case and appears in the channel 3 position, thus indicating a system failure, which appears Inthe printout abow2. A restoral Printout: Display:
Tel00 -atticsI

will produce the follouingmess~: (TM & DATE) 13 0123 5535 5555 6
13 0123 5535 5555 6 clmmwl Tmuble a test report RepHis:

(VI

SYSTEHFA~URE

RESTORE

(TIME h DATE)
A trouble

commnication speed mws~:


Printout:

during

call

will

report in telephone generate the following high


(VI (VI COMM. CHAN. TROUBLE

(TIHE & DATE) 13 0123 5555 0555 6


13 0123 5555 0555 6

Display:

(TIW & DATE)

Note that code 0 (New Trouble) and not code 1 (New Event) is used in the channel 5 position, beoause the trouble Ls not related to Long Range Radio (a trouble In that area would use oode 1 In the channel 5 position). This is clarified in Table B (see explanatory notes at foot of table in connection with the use of codes 1 and 0). Restoral reports arenot sent inthis case. will
(VI

Uas~osssi\rl/~~~~oaborPara~orrBassthoubleILe~: successful download or a pawer-on reset trouble hi& speedmessage: Printout: (TX!% & DATE) 13 0123 5550 5555 6 Display: 13 0123 5550 5555 6

Anmgenerate the following PURaN RESETTROUBLE (TIME A DATE)

Note that the English languagemessage in the printout will be the-same for either report hmauccessful download or power-on reset trouble), and that code 0 (New Trouble) nut code 1 Is used in the channel 4 position (a code 1 in channel 4 position would be related to a Long Range Radio problem). A successful message: Printout: Display: B. download or power-on reset mstoral (TIFK b DATE) 13 0123 5553 5555 6
13 0123 5553 5555 6

will
(VI

produce the following PUR-GNRESETRESTGRE (TIME & DATE)

Systm Hwssgwr
1.

(also see Section XI, COMPUfER INTERFACE)


(Feri@teral Devloe Fail/BwWe):

RCVA Group Hwsag6s

An RCVAGroup message (foxmat similar to EIGB SPEED) will appear if a trouble develope in any of the peripheral devioes (computer, printer, A failure will be indicated by a 1 in the corAC pater, battery). responding position, while a restoral will be indioated hy a '3' in The ACCGURT NUmER will be RCVA. the corresponding ohahhel position0
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An IbgW#h lanmw r-a@ ulll he WInted few BCWAoroUpm~a@!ks ewmittbe Bngliahl=gi.lam optionhas not been chosar fa-submarlbar See Table D for RCVA Group message codes and their alwm musagss. meaning.
TABLE D: I RCVA GROUP MESSAGES

CHANNELRCVA POSITION CODE ICANING (ANDPRINTOUT) COMPUTERFAILURE 1 COMPUTER RESTORE : SERIAL PRINTERFAILURE .2 SERIAL PRINTERRESTORE : EXTENSION PRINTER(MODEM) FAILURE l 3 EXTENSION PRINTER (kS3DEM) RESTORE : l 4 PARALLELPRINTERFAILURE PARALlELt'lIN'IZR REjTORF, : AC POWER FAILURE 5 AC POWER RESTORE 1 l + 6 SYSTEMBATTERYFAILURE SYSTEMBATTERY RESTORE 3 1-8 NORMAL 5 1-6 6 PREVIOUSLYREPORTEDFAILURE NORMAL 7 9W
ACCOUNT NBMRER is always:
RCVA

LINE (GRP.1 No. is always: 0 1 to 9 RECEIVER NUMBER will be as selected: All printouts include valid (VI Indication. Multiple messa@ printouts include 04) (VI Indication.
4 condition3: PRINTERFAILURE indicate of the follouing a. Out of paper b. Printer taken "Off-linen for paper changing or ribbon replacement C. Printer oable Mplugged d. Printer failure e. Loss of A.C. power to the printer

voltage

* SYSTEMBATTERY FAILURE indicates that belw 11.2 volts. has dropped occur only during an A.C. pwer failure.
l

the
This

backup battery
will normally

Example:
6:30

PM 03/05

10 RCVA5155 1555 7 (M)

(V) SER. PRINTERFAILURE

The Serial Printer has failed and the A.C. Pwer Line has also failed. Note the (M) to indicate tbat multiple massages are When multiple messages ocour, the English Language present. output Is associated only with the most significant channel. By definition, Channel 1 Is more significant than Channel 2, etc.
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2.

RCVB Group
Trsnsession

PIessagas
Error):

(Operator-Triggered

ConditLon

or

Message

(format similar to HIGH SPEED) will Indicate conditions either triggered by the operator or caused by a message transmission error. An event will be indicated by a '1' in the corresponding channel position. The ACCOUNT NUMBER will be RCVB. See Table E. E%amples (assuned receiver
8)

An RCVB Group messam

nunber is "1"):

SXSWI =R: When the system is first turned on or whenever the SYSTEMRESETswitch Is operated, the f ollouing message will be printed, after a 3 second delay. 12:00 AM Ol/Ol 10 RCVB1555 5555 7 (V) SYSTEM RESET

b)

This messa= is used to Indicate that the nuluALPR.xRTIOPBQ: AUTO/MANUAL DISPLAY/PRIA switch has been moved to the MANUAL position. 12:00 AMOl/Ol
10 RCVB5155 5555 7 (V) MANUAL PRINT K)DE ON

TABLE E: RCVB GROUP MESSAGES

;--.

1 :
4

1 1 1
1 1 1

2 7 t-8 nzsT(9) TEST(9)

1 5 7 9

SYSTEMRESET MANUAL PRINT H3DE UN BATT 'EST FAIL ADTOPRKPH3DE ON BATT TESTPASS TRANSMISSION ERROR TIM3/DATE RESET NORMAL NORUAL SYSTEM TEST

ACCOUNT NUM6ERis always: RCVB LINE (GRP.) No. is always: 0 RECEIVER NUMBER will be as selected: 1 to 9 All printouts include valid (V) indication

0)

If the battery condition triggers the law TmT ?AmmB: battery detector during a battery test, the test will be terminated and this message will be sent to the display, printer and canputere (if present).
BATTER 12~00 A!4 Ol/Ol 10 RCVB5515 5555 7 (I)

BATT TEST FAIL

*Not relevant

to U~864 listed

fire

alarm monitoring.

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d)

AUTO PRINT ?DoB Q: This message Is used to indicate that the AUTO/MANUAL DISPLAY/PRIUI stitch has been restored to the AVTO position.

12:OO A! Ol/Ol 10 ACVB5551 5555 7 ('I) AUTO PRINT ?DDB CN


e)

BATYERY YEST PASS: This message Indicates that the battery voltage has remained above the lau battery threshold and the test has been completed (see Section III A 4). 12:00 AM Ol/Ol 10 RCVB5555 1555 7 (V) BATT TEST PASS

f)

TRA~MISSIOIIERROR: This message is used to flag the occurrence It will be printed after of an abnormal message transmission. each such occurrence as well as beins sent to the computer (If used). The operator should then check the printer messages. Conditions follows: 1) which will triger a TRANSMISSION ERRGR message are as

NO TRANSMISSION: If the "handshake" tone is sent to the protected premises and no tones are received, a NO XMI%ION by the RCVB Group alane message will be printed, follwed TRANSKISSIOY ERROR messa-. BAD TRANSMISSION: If a Vissoff*l tone has not been sent to premises during a call (message not valid), the last alarm message received ~111 be prlnted with he message BAD XMISSION, follaued by an RCVB Group TRANSMISSION ERROR message. By doing so, the %o. 685 alerts the owrator to a possible phone line or couauznicator problem.
the A BAD XMISSIGNmessage will also be generated if the alarm message has been broken up during transmission. In this case, same of the alarm messa&! digits will be an "Xw and additional information will follow the BAD XMISSIGN portion of the message as follawa:

2)

BAD IMISSION-BURST ERROR: Portion lost In transmission.

of

a diqit

(or di@tts) Due

BAD XMISSION-LONG BURST: Improper else to phone line echo). BAD XMISSION-DIGIT COWT: digits received. Example:
12:00 AM Ol/Ol 12 3457 5XxX XXXX X

spaclnp, (e.g.,

Insufficient

nwnber of nlessaw

DAD XMISSION-DIRT

CntNT

12:oo AM Ol/Ol

10 RCVB 5555 5155 7 (V) TRA!Wl:SSION ERROR

The TRANSMISSION ERROR message is useful in conjuoctlon with a caaputer. Since the canputer Is only sent valid messages, in certain cases, a bad transmission may not contain the proper number of characters and may never get srslt to the computer. The TRANSKISSION ERROR message is formatted to reach the cwputer to advise the operator to check the receiver/printer. 8) tI?wDATR ReseTi Whenever the time and/or Is sent to the printer and the computer.
Example: 12:00 h) date Is set, a message

AM 01/01 10 RCVB5555 5515 7 (V) TINE/DATE RESET

SYsTeH iesr:

This message Is generated whenever the SYSTEM TEST Button is pressed as described in Section III A 5. 12:OO AM Ol/Ol
10 RCVB 5555 5555 9 (V) SYSTEM TEST (Telephone Line Pault/Restare):

3.

LQB

-UP

HSSS~WI

Whenever a telephone line fault or restore occurs, the following message format will appear on the display and (If present) printer and computer.

A= 5 for 1 for

NOR?lAL

NEW LIVE FAULT 3 for LINE RESTORE 6 for PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 1 LINE FAULT

Examples:

20 LINE 5155 5555 7 (receiver No. 2, line

2 has a fault)

20 LINE 5355 6555 7 (receiver No. 2, line 2 has restored, previously reported line fault on line V. MMIBYCARDSRl'BFPBWXDDBB

5)

In order to interface properly with any peripheral devices connected to the (printers, computer), the plastic jmper plugs on the memory card must receiver be properly positioned.

As shipped, the memory card is set up for operation with a parallel printer. If any other peripherals are used, the Jumper plugs must be repositioned. See the follcwing procedure and Diagram 4. The memory card is located in the third card slot (J3) fran the receivers panel. See Diagram 3 (E&s: The seoond card slot is empty). IfRepc8itiaadngofthe
1. z

front

J-par pauer to tb
covcw fra

Plug

i8Reqbed: as well as AC). Make sure all

Turn off all


Raomtbtop

Bo. 685 (battery


tb lo.

685 by removing 4 screws.

packing material 3.

is removed.

Lomtetim mm-7 mrd and mmove It by pulling up on the irrside handles of the card ejectox% (white plastic parts, looated at the upper corners of the board). Reposition the Diagram 4. plastic j-per plum as required, in acoordance with option PROMchhip

4.

5.

E&time replacing the raar~ oard in slat 33, program its (No. 691) as required, In accordance with Section VI.

The No. 685 contains 27 English lsngr~age messages fran which outmts can be selected for the printer (if wed), and assigned to each of the alarm w&a receivable in LOU SPEED (Ademoo Standard, Radionics, or SESOJA format) and channel positiorrr, receivable in RIW SPEED format. In addition, the ei&t MESSAGE TYPE display lights on the face of the No. 685 are associated with certain of the English lenguae messages. The messages are assigned, and other operating options can be chosen (see subheading B in this section), by programming the option PROMchip (No. 691) provided on the menory card (see subbating C in this section). A. RagliahLan~geUessa@~ 1. fasPx%ntout cladDlsplayLl&ta:

bgUahLangua~UalngTataleLoohrp: Table F lists the 27 English language messages for printout that can be assigned to specific alam oodea (LOW SPEED, Ademw Standard, Rabi.on.ios, or SESCDAformat) and cbaunel positiom (Ademco HICIH SPEED format) during programming of the option PROMchip (No. 691) for the memory card. In addition, message nrrmbers 81-69 may be used to print for channels l-9. ZONE alarms

Also listed in Table F are the MESSAGE TYPE display lights on the face of the No. 685 that sre associated with certain of the English language messages.
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This mesaa#?/diaplay feature can be used only in wnjunction with atandardiwd digital comnumicator mdes. Far irrstsnce,alarm CD& 1 must mean the same thing (such as burglary) for all LOW SPEED(Ademco Standard, Radionics, or SES03A format) communicators transmitting to .the No. 685. One set of standard codes can be assigned to LOU SPEED (Ademco Standard, Radionics, or SESCOA format) and a separate (dlffarent or Identical) set can be assigned to RICH SPEED. If there &we non-standard communicator codes transmitting on separate phone lines, the message/display feature can be omitted for any or all lines by not programming the option PROM chip's ENGLISH LANGUAGE ERAABLE GPTIrfor the associated line card(s). This message/display feature can be used with any canbination of the various line cards present in the No. 685, as long as a set of standardized camnunioator codes are used far all LOU SPEED (Abemoo Standard, Radionics or SESCOA format) line carda and a set is used for all RICH SPEEDline cards. For 4-2 reports, the first digit of the alarm code is used in A zone nunber is then determining the English Lsnguag~ printout. added to the end of the message. For example, if the message 0123 14 were received, the No. 685 would select. the message associated with code 1 and print it.
0123 14

FIRE ALARMZCF?E 4

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TABLE F: ENGLISH LANGUAGE MESSAGES -?msAa t ALAmnc3aAa EYm spem muY) N5ToRemssAa mea late .d.) -= DISUY ii!%? TXPB S5 8or5

01 : 04
05 06

blank OPENING CLOSING RESMRB CANCeL 3EST

DO
NOT llSE

07

08
09 10 11

12
13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20
21

22
23

24

25

26 Ls

AUXILIARYRESTQ(E LGU BATT/AC RESTQE ALARM SRDRTEDZ~E SRURTEDZ~ R5TORE HOLD-UPRESTORE RalLD-uPALARM FIRE ReSTORE PIBE ALARM BURQARAlAiU4 BURGLAR RESTGRE SPRINRLERALARM SPRINRLER HESlCIRB INTERNALALARM INTEIINAL =TGRE LOUBATT. ALARM LOU BATT. RESTORE AC POWelI ALAHI! ACPOWER RESTGRE FMEZERALARR FREEZER RESTORE BOILER ALARM BOILER RESTORE WDICALAURM =DICAL RESTmE BURG. ZONE1 BURG. ZONE1 ALANM RESTORE BURG. ZONE2 BUBG. ZONE 2 ALARM RESTaRE BURG. ZONE3 BURG. ZONE3 RESTCRB AURN MEDICALALARM EeDICAL RESTGRB ROLD-0PALARn HUD-UP BESTORE PANIC ALARM PANICRESTGRE FIRE TROOBIE FIRE TROUBLS RESTORE RaGTAGE I&STORE HOSTAGE ZONEN (Ntl-9) ZCNE N (N-Lb9) RESTGRE ALARM

xl AUXILIARY ALAR!! Low BATT/AC

WITH HIW SPEED FOHM

OPENING CLOSING RESTORE TEST

ad b,f b,f c,f e,f f,a

k%fBATk

f&9 f

HOLD-UP FIRE ALARM BURG. ALARM FIRE ALARM BURG. ALARM LGUBAm. iIFI0. ALARM

gsh

BUBG. ALARM BURG. ALARM HoLbuP BURG. ALARM HOLD-UP HoLD-uF 1 3 j

EoT5 To TAEXZ Pt 8. Far EYQl SPEQ) fcaut, fwoerr a hlak (01) fotbe openlng/cl~~~iag chunrl ia tha lo. 665. If that channel in the No. 678 Digital Cam,+ niaator is programed for openlng/cloaing or if the proper expanded farmat messages arereaived from a wntro1/commmicator,the No. 685 will automatically light tha proper display (OPENIRG or CLOSING) and encrate the English lanepram (OPENINGw CLGSING) massage for the printer, if used. ?mLoYSPm fard,aepuaterlaroo~=ratbs~~fqo~~ md clwlry md tba popar OP8RIRG(I@) or CLaSDlG (G3) 8eaa8m dad&p For example, if oode 8 represats an opening, an OPENING(02) ll8td.
35

b.

mewage,

closing, 5.
C.

must be progrmed to correspond to code 8. If code 5 is a a CLOSING (03) me66age must be selected to correspond to code

,.-

For MR m foaa& a RBS'I0RE (04) message shoald be programed for theme alarm codea that indicate restoring of specific alaas. For if code 2 is FIRE ?&ARM and code 7 restores code 2 and if erqple, code 3 is BURGLARALARM and code 8 restores code 3. then both code 7 and code 8 ssast be assigned a RE53DRE (04) message. The word RESTORE
will print in English if either code 7 or code 8 is received. which condition restored. without identifying

d.

For HIGH SPBED format,the word RRSl'0X is autaatically added to the correapoudiug alaa message uhea a reatore mesaage ia received.
For example, if channel 2 is designated ChlXllWl. a restore status .code received mes66ge FIRE RESTORE. as a FIRE ALARM (11) message on channel 2 result6 in the

e. f.

ACANIZ

(05) reaaage is equivalent

to 8bort.

For W SPE5 fomat. elaa code 9 mat be programed for Bagliab language if aa output is desired. Messeges 01 through 09 m6y be
used. but the initial (for other alarm progr6mming). "0" digits codes. the are not used during programming "0" digits are retained during

For HIGE SPEED formet, English language and display light for channel9 dull DATTXY aad TBST) are sutaetic. No progrananing of channel 9 i6 required. (OPEN. CLOSE, BYPASS. For expanded report6
TROUBLE and SYSTEM) channel6 l-8 should be programmed. ENGLISR" is used, no further programming is required. Unless "Zone

.- -.

Uheu a XSCOA forrat line card (100. 6853) ie aaed. a received code produce6 m BA!CTKRY at the printer and lights the .Om automatically LOU BATT. dioplay light on the 100. 685. No English language
progremming is

necessary

in

this

case.

kaaage
a di6pl6y

ambera light

designated a WICAL ALARM" label should be made to cover the "HOLD-UP" display If a BOLD-UP output i6 required a6 well, u6e light designation. message 24 and make a "BOLD-UP" label to cover the BURG. ALARM designation above that display light. In this case, do not also progrmn any burglaxy-related message (12. 14. 20, 21 or 22). *Not relevant to UL 864 listed fire alarm monitoring.

23 and 24 l re for special applications and enable to be u6ed for MDIGM. ALARlW. A6 there is no such display light on the No. 685. if message 23 is programmed

k. 1.

If

ERRORNNn will

programmed. "LOOKUP a message amber bqyond "27. is inadvertently be printed, where NN is the mes6age number.

Hessage mmbers 81-89 may be ueed to print ZONS I AURH and ZONE N Progrcpo 81 for Zone channels. RBSZORE (N= l-9) for non-standarsised 1. 82 for Zone 2. etc.

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The full capability HIGH SPEED format. Tables B and F): P-

of the message/display feature is exploited with the This is best illustrated with an example (refer to

ENCZISELANmACZ WSSAc;$

2 3 4 '5 6 i

HOLD-UPALARM FIRE ALARM BURGLAR ALARM INTERNALALARM blank SPRINKLER ALARM BOILER ALARM AUXILIARY ALARM

10 11

12 14
01

13 18 07

'OPENING/CLOSING channel (the English OPENSNG and CLCSSNGmessages are built into the No. 685 for HIGH SPEED format). Various conditions sham) will result occurring on the channels (not necessarily in displays and prlntouts as follows: DISPWY LImT CE 1 1 1 1 2 : : 4 5 6' 6 7 x 0 2. NW Alarm/l Event/6 Nmnml/S New Restore/3 New Alarm/l New Restore13 New Alarm 11 New Restore/3 New Alarm/l New Restore13 New Opening/2 New Closing/4 New Alarm/l New Restore/3 New Alarm/l New Restore/3 New Alarm/l New Restore13 HOLD-UP none none RESTORE FIRE ALARM RESTORE BURG. ALARM RESTORE BURG. ALARM RESTORE OPENING CLOSING FIRE ALARM RESTORE None RESTORE none RESTORE PRIETKD lSSA(X HOLDJJP none none HOLD-UPRESTORE FIRE ALARM FIRE RESTORE BURGLAR ALARM BURGLAR RESTORE INTERNALALARM INTERNALRESTORE OPENING CLGSING SPRINKLER ALARM SPRINKLER RESTORE BOILER ALARM BOILER RESTORE AUXILIARY ALARM AUXILIARYRESTORE in the order

Previous

The "Zone English" option is available to allw Vane Englisha: English language outputs to the printer in response to messages received by the No. 685-2, even if channel codes have not been stanThe English Language output must be enabled for the dardized. particular card(s) involved, as described in Section VI B. 37

New alarm (channel status -de 1, per Table B) A. :&-tore (status code 3) conditions will be identified by zone [ZONE 1 ALARMor ZONE 1 RESTORE for channel 1, etc.) vitlamt specifying the type of alarm or restore (fire, burglar, etc.) OPENING (status code 21, Q,GSING (41, LOW BATTERY (8) and TEST (9) conditions will cause the appropriate message to be printed as veil as turn on the corresponding MBSSAGg TYPE display IED on the No. 685. For couple, if a message indicating a neu alarm on channel 2 is received (Receiver No. 1, Group No. 3, Account No. 8901, the follwing message vould be printed:
12:30 AM oi/oi 13 0890 5155 5555 7 (v) zom 2 ALARM

If multiple reporting conditio= occur, only the English language for the most significant condition (lowest channel #) will be printed; however, an (M) will be printed ahead of the English language message.
8. operating optiaas:

The following options can be selected during the propsmming of the option PROMchip (No. 691) on the memory card, as described in Section VI C.
I. lbgli8h Langram Enale: As shipped, the English language output is disabled on all 8 line cards. THIS OPTIONMJST BE EEDTOENABLB ANY OR ALL LINE CARDS TO PRODUCE ENGLISH LANGUAGmINTOUTS. However, any line which receives non-standardized alarm codes should not ba enabled, unless the Zone English w option (see next paragraph) is used. Ehgli.ahm Enable: This option is used to enable "Zone English" in the previous section, VI A 2) on any or all No. 685 Line When this option is selected, the English Language Enable (see option 1 above) must al80 be selected for the sae line card(a).

-. :

ZI

Wme

(described cards.
zmportant:

3.

Unless the Pulse Relay option is selected (see Naate Alert Delay: option 8 belaw), the operation of the No. 685s remote alert contacts follass the No. 685s internal alert, after a user selectable delay of up to 50 seconds.
Hate:

Masdmun distance between the alert sounder is 50 feet.

685

Receiver

and the remote

4.

50 Be*:

the No. 685s clock and When this option is selected, calendar vill aynchronlze with a 50 Hz. AC pawer source, instead of the standard 60 Hz (utilimd outside of the U.S.A.).
,,-.

38

5.

Nut-. Cal.: This option causes the date to be displayed and printed to confonu to the European style of day/month rather than the U.S. style of month/day. For example, June 1 will appear as 01/06 instead of
06/31.

6.

Normally, if AC power fails, the No. 685 switches to the Auto AC: MANUAL mode. This is done to prevent loss of simals, before an operator can read them, when an AC powered printer such as the Ademoo No. 786 is used. If a lEV.DC printer (with its own standby) is used, the switching of mode is not required. If the Auto AC option is selected, the No. 685 will renain in the AUTOmode if AC fails.
to

7.

Test lsgQ This option produces a test message vhIch Is transmitted If an operator fails to the canputer (if used) every 10 minutes. see activity at the computer periodically he/she knovs that the No. 685 or the connection to the No. 685 has failed (assuming the The transmitted message is in LOWSPEED computer is still connected). ACCOUNT No. "TEST" and format, with RCVR No. "CR, GRF No. (blank), alarm code *gn.

8.

This option causes the dry contacts of the remote alert Pulaa Relay: alert tone is relay to close for 2 seconds whenever the Internal triggered (even if the alert tone has been silenced or If the volume on the alert tone has been turned all the way down). The contact closure may bs used to produce a 2-second output at a remote sounder (do not use bells or mechanical horns) or it may be used to trigger a remote latching circuit for applications requiring the remote alert to be silenoedmmually. If this option is selected, 3) is disabled. the Remote Alert Delay feature (see option

9.

3w ReMa, 1200 mudr This option is used to change the transmission baud rate of the No. 685's serial RS232 data outputs (serial printer, extension printer, cemprter). The normal Baud rate is 600 (required for Ademoo CAPS computer)** If either 300 or 1200 Baud is selected, the PROMoan be reprogr.ammed back to 600 Baud later. cclpter Optiansr tha o*iaQ See Section XI B. PIta4 chip:

*lo.

C.

Profp1ung

Programming the option PROMchip requires the use of the No. 690 PROM Programmer. If the user does not have access to a No. 690, the PROM can alernatively be programned by Ademoo (contact the nearest Ademco facility or the Ademco sales repmsentative). *Not relevant to UL 864 listed fire alarm monitoring.

39

1.

Pill in PRO?4 CEAR 1 (See Table of Contaota for looaticm) lploLIsE LAUWACNE MAa SguICTIa by asaiming messages (from Table F) to the HIGH SPEEDchannels and LOU SPEEDalarm codes, as required. Do not program alarm code "0". Also note that messages I2 to 6 are not used with the HIGH SPEEDformat. For Mused channels (or codes) propam a blank.
EXAMPLE
PROW CHART 1: ENQUSH LANQUAOE YESSAOE SELECTION

:q

.._

,:-.

*Include

all

leading

aeroes in MESSAGE 1.

If m messa*

desired,

select

"01". If m

**Restricted to single digit MESSAGE # (1 to 9). aeaaage desired, enter '1".

Omit leading

zeroes.

ENTER!&SSAGE t's AND FESSAGES FROM TABLE FAIN INSTRUCTIONS. HIGH SPEEDAND LOU SPEEDSBLBCTIONS CANBE DIFFERENTOR SIHIIAR.
2.

Fill

ia

?BGM CHART 2 (See

Table

of

Contaats

f6r

looatiod

BUGLXSB LAICOAOE CBSSAGU PRGGRAlQlIlG by transferring the messam &a to It from CHART 1. Enter the messam # for each channel ar alarm oode, vertically, with the first digit (Including initial zeroes) on top, as aharn In the follouing example:

40

EXAMPLE
PROM CHART 2: ENGLISH PHONE NUMBER SWITCH SEITING PRIMARY (1st Digits) 1 SECONDARY (2nd Digits) LANGUAGE MESSAGE PROGRAMMING

ROTARY SWITCH SETTING I- ACCESw PI \\oo\ 1-1


1

I I

MAINW

SUBS IDr

ar9I

I I 234567012345676 HIGH SPEED CHANNELS

I3 1 717019607q5
9 I LOW SPEED ALARM CODES I

l Irrrert all leading zeroes. If IY) message desired, progrsm 01. *Restricted to single digIt (1 to 9). If lw) message desired, program 3.
Pill
by

1.

in PRO?l MART 3**: LIRe CARD BmtXSR LANGDAm RNADIS placing a &eck in each box corresponding to the line ed nwnbsr (net group or slot number) for which an Endlish language output is desired. Noter Line card nlmnbar corresponds to telephone line nunber . Pill in PROM CBAR 4"': LIBB CARD ZORB ENQISP OPTICRA BUABLIIIG only if there are Line Cards for which the Zone option is desired. English Place a check in each box corresponding to the line card number (not group or slot nrnaber) for which Zone Entxlishn nrintouts sre desired.

4.

xmportaat:
5.

Make sure Step 3 has been follared rewrdless of which type of line cards will be used or no English lanaage output will bs enabled.

Pill in PRO!! CmARr so**: BEHXB ALERT IN&AT SKtBcTIQ bless tta Pulse Relay Option is to be salested la uhl&~ came, aklp this step). Eote: if 110 orogmuuminq is done, the delay ~111 be one second . Check the box(es) corresponding to the svitch nmber (s 1 indicated in the charts table for the delay (up to For example, if a 150second delay is 50 seconds 1 desired. desired, check boxes 1 and 2. OPSRATIHG OPTICN sitwcrsa bv placing a pill ia PBGnCUR 6-t The normal check in each box for which the option is desired. 300 or 1200 Baud Baud rate of the data outwts Is 600. If either Is selected, the PROMcan be reprogrammed later back to 600 Baud by then progrsmming the 1200 or 300 Baud option respectively (the one not selected previously).

6.

***See Table of Contents for location.

41

7.

will

001PuTERwrIaiSRLRcrIOB (unless aoaplter cam. aklp this step). See Section XI B for a?l eXphnatiOn of the computer options. Place a check in each box for whidr the option is desired.
llot be rrsed, in vhiah FlllinPm4cEAR8*:

ml1

in PRan CBART7.:

8.

QIDB9~lWtRlU@QtTTRAI&ATIoIby check In each box corresponding to the line card nut&w slot number) for which translation of Code 9 Restoral Ademco HIGB SPEEDis to be enabled.

placinga (net group or reports into

9.

Fill In PROM CURT 9*: LIBE CARD 3-1UITE CBBQSUH BEABLBG by placing a check in each box corresponding to the line card nmber (not group or slot nmber) for uhlch 3-l Checksum reports are to be enabled. Xf not alreadydow,turn tbc stadbg battery. off all pouertothe Ilo. 685
and disaxmect

10.

11.

Raise the raary aard (al& 33) part way, using its plastic aard ejector tab and raeme the (Ho. 691) option PRCM be a No. 692-l PROMRemoval Tool) fram the board's upper center section (see Diagram 4). The PROMhas a red or blue label.

See Table of Contents for location Insert the PRCM Into the #BY PRO!! Socket of the Ho. 690 PRCR4 Prqp-m and set the PROMTYPE switch to its RED position for a red label PROMor to its BLUE position for a blue label PROM.
.f---.

12.

ENQaISHLANBJAGEi FESSAGE PROGRAMMING (PROM CHART2) HCte:


13.

Skip Steps 13 through 17 if m English Language messages are desired or if only "Zone English" messages are to be used.
SUdetbs tb rOtwy no. 690's PHC~B HIRBSR mdtdrtoits PRR(~RT pomition. m-n sdtah to AcaeTIs #.- Hold the PROGUN swltch dam while (via the keypad) the first 4 digits in the top r(Iw of PROM

entering CHART2 (1 1 0 0 in emnple).


14.

Release the PROCRAM suit&.

Tmn the rotary 8dtch to MAXH # and aidlarly prowa the next 12 dl@b In the top ras of PROMCHART2 (1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 in examrple). Slide the PEQIE IlMIEiR mdt& to SEQllcnaRI. Turn the rotary suit&8 back to AcQc9s # and prowar the flmt 4dlglta in the bottan row of PROMCHART2 (2 4 9 1 in example). ltrnthe ratm-ymritohtoMAIU I and powathenext 12digita lnthe bottcm rcw of P90M CB4RT 2 (3 7 1 7 0 1 9 6 0 7 4 5 in example). SlldathePHQEirmeERmdtch to Sm.8 ID # and proms example). tb bmktoPRIt%RT.
raaining di@t

15.

16.

17.

TUmtherotarysdtcb in PROMCHART2 (5 in
.-..

42

LINE CARD ENGLISHLAWCRlAGR ENABLING(PROM CHART3)


18. 19.
Ttrntbe

rdarysdtchtolta

RBSlURI#posltion.

Rafer to PROHCHAR 3 and plsh up the OPTION/CHANNEL SELRCTIONslide switches corresponding to each box checked. dnmthe PROGRAM suit&. An LED will to the liefit nod for each (dwa)

20. l4acatsrlly pull enabled position.


21.

Return all positicn.

OPTIaV~RIIL

SEtXCTI(s sultchas

LINE CARD"ZCMEENGLISH OPTIONSELECIION (PROMCIiART 4) 22.


23.
24. Turnthe rstsrysdtdrtoits 16 SEC.DBL&Ypsitlan.

Rsfar to PROn CIURT 4 and plsh up the OPTION/CHANNEL SEIECIIOR slide switches corresponding to each box checked.
!4aeatsrlly pill enabled position.

dam tie

PRWtAM mdt&.

An LED till

light

for each

25.

Return
pCSltiOL

all

OPTICWQURREL SElBCYIoB sdtdms

to ths noxmsl (dwn)

RWITE ALER DELAYPROGRAMMING (PROM WART 5) Hcte:


26. 27.
28.

Skip Steps 26-29 If the Pulse Relay Option is to be selected or a l-second remote alert delay is acceptable.
l'mntbsratsrysdt~tolta

SECORDARYt~Yposltfon. OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION An LED till to tb list for each (dm)

Refer to PROX CEARY 5 and push up the switches corresponding to each box checked. Haea&arlly pill down the PRW programmed position. Return all pcslticn. sultch.

2%

OPYI@U/~RREL SElBcTIoB sultdms

normal

~PERAT~G OPTION PROGRA~NG (PROM CHART6)


30.

Turn the rotary

sdtdr

to its

OPEIVUQSE position.

3l.

Refer to PROM CEART 6 and push up the switches corresponding to each box checked. m=taHlY progrmed Return all positlcn. pull Qn! the PRMacan mdt&. position.

OPTION/CHANNEL SELECIIOR An LED will limt for each (dam)

p.
33.

OPTICE/C3ARRRLSEt8cTICH switches

to tbs somml

43

CXWPUI'ER OPTIONPROGRAMMING (PROM CHART7) (Not relevant Rate: 34.


35.

to DL 864 fire

alarm monitoring) a computer will cot be used.

Skip Steps 34 to 41 if ma-n the rctary sultdl to its

IHVBRBD position. OPTIGNKXANNEL SElECTION An LED will li@t no& fcr each bun)

Refer to PROH CBUIT 7 and push up the stitches correspondingto each box checked. Maartarlly pill domtbe .programaed position. Return all pCSitfC& OPTIQIPB awit&.

36. 37.

S58CfIQI

mcLtatma to tb

LBIB CIRDBNDBLIBGGF aODB9 =TGRB ESSA= (see Section IV A for details.)


38.

TRAl'WATICE (PROMCHART 8)

Turn the rotary

switch to the SYS.OPTIONposition

(position

5).

39. 40 41.

Refer to PROM CHART 8 and push up the switches corresponding to each box checked. Manentarily pull down the PROGRAM switch. programed position. Return all position.

OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION An LED will li@t fw each /--.. to the normal (down)

OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION switches

LIHE CARDBNABLQIGOF 3-l UITE (BBQBUH IBSSA-

(PROMCHART9) with checksum

Since the No. 685 cannot distinguish a 4-l message tram a 3-l message, a selection must be made for each line card. 42.
43.

Turn the rctary

suit&

to position

12 (labelled

NM aSED). OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION

Refer to PROM CHART 9 and push up the switches corresponding to each box checked. Mauentarily pill down the PROGRAM suitoh. programned position. Return all position.
RumtIm

44.
45.

An LED will

li@t

for each (down)

OPTIGN/QUNNEL SBLECPIGN switches


mdraomthe

to the normal

46. 47.

ratarysultdrtoOFF

PROMfrau the PROM

Programner. Rdmert the PRCl4lInto the l aory card (use a No. 692 PROM Insertion The triangrrlar mark on the PROMshould be positioned in the Tool). 1aJer left-hand corner (label "upside-dcwnw) as shawn in Diagkam 4. Push the memory card down into slot 53, using the plastic tabs, until it snaps into place. 44

or insert any of tbb lo.685'~ oirault arrds GAlJTIal: Do not raove without first turning off ths lo. 685's AC mm, as u&l u disoonnectlngths stsnd~ battery. & Grcup lhmbsr Selecticn: The group nrmrber is the the receiver nmber). In the case received. -up, the coup nuuber
1.

second digit of the receiver's display (It follats It identifies the phone line on which a call was where multiple *one lines are set up as a rotary may be used to identify the rotary @oup nunber.

Lcmtetbs ~oupnubsr select= sdta ontbs lias awd (see Diwam Hold the line card with the caeponents tarard you and the gold 5). fingers downward. The switch is a small square componeat with the nmerals 0 to 9 printed on it and is located In the upper right-hand corner of the board. R&ateths amtm part af tb sdtab (use a small screwdriver) the arrow thereon points to the desired line nrrnber (l-8). D0 attempt to use the nunber 0 0s 9 for the line number. SPE8DOnly option (No. 685-2 EIGWLOW SPEED Pamtt until NOT

28

8,

EIm

Line Cards only):

If an Ademco High Speed ccmmunioating device is promamned to call the Do. 685-2 HIGH/LOW SPEED Line Card, transmission should occur autanatlcally at HIGH SPED. No changea are required at the communicating device. The No. 685-2 sends a HIGfi SPEED acknouled~ent tone once (or tuics, if necessary). If a HIGH SPED response does not occur, the No. 685-2 will send a standard aoknouled@ent tone. Standard (LOU SPEED fonuat) comunicating devices can thus operate with the No. 685-2 as well. It also means that hi& speed communicating devicas (unless specifically progrwed otherwise) will transmit at LOWSPEEDif, due to line noise, for example, it fails to respond to the two HIGH SPEED acknouledgnents. In sane camnunicators, if they have been programmed for a fourcdi@t aocount number .(I .e ., anything but. a zero in the first position), the accost 1258 becomes 0258). To avoid nunbsr will change at LOU SPEED (e.g., possible errow, we recommend only having high speed camwnicstors call in to a No. 685-2 card dedicated to HIW. SPEEDonly. To aDnvmrt t.b card to 8 BICPI SPEBDonly aard,cut the WHITE loop gunper located in the upper fight-hand corner of the line card. Hake sure that the free ends of the wire cannot short to any adjacent areas. C. The No. 685 uill wait up to 3.5 seconds between the end of the handshake Also, it will wait up to 5 tone and the start of the first masam. seconds betweenmessages beforehangingup.
-

45

Saw digital ccmmuricatcrs manufactured by other companies @ranWIn, DCI are among these) have long delays between the first and second transmitted messages. Additionally, same oomm~icators also have a long time delay between the receipt of the handshake tone and the start of the messages. accommodate these units, a Slow Commuricsta option is when this option is chcsen, the No. 685 will wait up to 7.5 seconds between the handsbabe tone and the start of messages. In addition, the allarableintermessage time Is approximately 9seconds. Since the waiting periods are inoressed, in the Slew Cannnmicator option, the systan throuaput will be reduced when it is chosen. If only Adenoo commmicatlng devioes are.used, this option is not recommended. Hcwever, if a doubt exists,itshould bs chosen. To test a coamumioator to see if it may bs used without choosing this option, test transmissions should be sent to the No.. 685. A test should be made with an alarm code of 1 as well aa &other test with an alarm code of "9". The LED at the top of the line card will be lit as long ss that a call. When two or more line cards are connected line card is processing to a rotary group, most calls will be prooessed on the first card. By obsgving the cards during a test transmission, one can determine which card Is processing the call. To test a particular card in arotarygroup, "busy" the other lines and send in a test transmission. To "busy" a line, connect a handset across it (or use a 560 ohm, 1 watt resistor if a handset is rick available). To -8th at the line
D. Btmbhaloe

'

In order available.

to

Slw
oards

mtaiatw

upper right
Option

optian, cuttks 0RAHtZ Ioop Juperlocated srea (see Diagram 5).


(No. 685-l

Hodifiaation

LOWSPEEDFormat

Line Cards Only):

Sane digital ccswnicators msnufaotured by other caapaniea(e.g., NAPCO DD450) do rrot time the duration of the handshake signal. As a result, they may interpret the RICH SPEEDacknowledge or the "hold" signal produced by the No. 685 as a hand&s& simal. Thiswill osuse the communlcstor to send its message before the true handshake si@al is sent. Use of these commurigtors with ths No. 685-2 or No. for AdensncoHigh Speed) Line Card is not advised. The No. 685-l is transmitted
1. Cut ths 685-8

(if

pro@awned

Line Card may be modified to eliminate the "hold" aimal that befcve ths hs&shake tone. To do this, proceed as follows:
XELLW loop 5). Juper located

at the line

oard*s

upper center

area (see Diagrm z

xmwt (P mpog,ed lo. 691 PBQl in the empty socket located bslou the line cards apt-ion jumpers (see Dia@sm 5). Use a No. 692 PROM The triangular msrk on the PROMshould be positioned Insertion Tool. in the lower left-hand corner (label "upside-darn").

46

El

BypassingLinsPault

Tmtingt

In Instances where the *one line is intact, but s line fault is indicated because of variation in the telephone canpany supplied loop current, the phone line testing feature can be bypassed by connecting a shorting wire between two pine on the line card, as shun In Diagmm 5. P. mMrtisgthsLfneGsrds: The slot for line card #8 is the reamost slot (Jt3 in Diagram 3). Comt down frw the rear until you locate the slot for line card il (56). The telephone connectors in the rear correspond to these line oard # slots. Cut the tie wrap on the connector corresponding to the slot and connect the polarized plug to the connector on the top ri@t side of the board. Insert
tabs

the line card in the slot mtil the board snaps intothe

and push firmly

doun using the plastic socket and the tabs move upward.

THE ADEMCO LINE CARDG Nos. 685-5, 685-9 AND 685-9AT EACR REQUIRE TWICEAS WCHEIECTRICALCURREHPAS GTHERLINE CARDS IN THE 685 SERIES. COlSEQUENTLY, CERTAZH RESTRICTIONS MUST BE IMPCSEDUHEN USlUG THESE CARDSIH TtIE No. 685 DIGITAL RECEIVER. -9 OR -9AT DESIWATION REQUIRET TBE CENTRAL STATION TO LEAVE ONE BLANK LINE CARD SLOT IN THE RECEIVER. IN EFFECT, EACH OFTHESE RIGH CURRENT DRAUING CARDS USESUP 2 LINE CARDSLOTSINTRE RECEIVER.
vxII.msTALLATIal
As stated EACH LINE CARD USED WITH THE -5,

previously, the No. 685 is deslmed for Installation in a standard 19 rack or for desk top installation*. The No. 685CX Cabinet is available for desk top installation. The follcwisg A. applies to either type of isstsllaticn.

Prelidnary:
1. Lcwte a 24 ho\rr, 12W, 6OHz, 15A sawas of AC pow- for use with the Plug the line cord provided into the proper connector at the No. 685. rear of the No. 685 but DO NOT CONNECT TO POWER YET.

HCt0:

With non-UL Listed 220 volt export models, a 220VAC, 50 Hz outlet will be needed and the reoeiver's option PROMchip should be set for 50 Hz during programming (see Section VI B). to UL Listed fire
alarm monitoring.

Not relevant

47

2.

mnnecta. aable sssabliu DO NOT CONNEtXTO TEE No. prewnt messages and the pwer fallwe, even if It ths No. 685 without battery charger.

Pcmltlam

tb6

(user-stlppliad)

stmdlq battery and aoW tb supflied totb battm-y in parallel as toll-, but 685 PET. Standby is necessary In order to date and time fran being last during an AC is only manentsry. Do not attempt to use backup. The No. 685 contains a Wilt-in

./7 I .'

T'he No. 685 is Intended to be used with a 12 volt 55 AH (minimun) msintsnsnce-free stsndby battery such as a Globe GC 12550. This is a 55 AH battery that will provide up to 9hours standby (U-L. requires 4 holu?'). In non-UL listed applications, If the power outage can be expected to be very short (suoh as when a standby generator is available), a standard sealed lead-acid battery [such as an Ademco No. 630 (12V, 5 AH)] may bs used to supply backup parer. Connect both connector oables provided in parallel to the battery DO NOT CONNECT THEMTO THE REAROF THE No. 685 PET. a. b. 3. 4. Splioe the two RED wires together positive (+I side of the battery.
but

and connect them to the (-1 side of Remove .--.

Similarly connect the two BIACE wires to the negative the battery. fm ths lo.

Ram ths top eomr all packingmaterial.

685 by removing 4 screws.

Oboam ths sld amf~atloas shown In Diwa 3 in order to become familiar with the locations of: Memory Card, CPUCard,DisplayDriver Card, Line Cards. Note that slots 52 and J5 are, and should remain, -peY
l

5. 6.

RacvetbC ramyard fra Slat 53 aa~sstlibBLUB super PROGM)URE. described in Section V: MZM(JRY CARDSETUP

plump as

Rawetb o~lonPRCR!chip (Ro.691) frathemamyuard,progait a requlredandre&mmrt it= describedin SectionVI: OPTIONPROM CHIP FOR MESSAGE LIGHTS, ENGLISH LANGUAGEPRINTER OUTPUTS AND OPERATmG OPTIONS. Use a No. 692-l PROMRemoval Tool when removing the PROMand a No. 692 PROM Insertion Tool when re-inserting the PROM. Re-ime tb untilitsnapsinto maa-y oard $n slat plaoe. 33. Push down on the plastic tabs in

7. 8. 9.

llama suret~ttbe dlsplaydrimw slots Jl and 54 rsspsctively.

and CPU hoards are flxmlysefked

Set up and imert tbs line mrds m describedin Ssctlon VII: LINE card 81 and CARD SETUP PROCEDURE. Start with slot J6 for line proceed, in sequence, to slot 57 (line card 421, slot J8 (line card Do not faypt to connect the appropriate polarised Bone #3), etc. line plug to the connector at the top right side of each line card. Up to 8 line cards oan be accommodated by the No. 685 (see CAUPICNon previous page). 48

-.

10. B.

Replace the receiver's

cover.

Connections and Settings: 1.


Connect a good grounding will terminal marked right side of connection will used. earth ground (a cold water sewe this purpose in some EARTR GROUND. This screw the No. 685s rear panel provide a ground path for pipe or electrical box locations) to the screw is located on the lwer (see Diagram 2). This the system and must be connector(s)

2.

Connect printer(s)
provided
Note:

and/or

caputer+

to the appropriate

at the rear of the receiver. Use of shielded cable between the No. 685 and the printer(s) is recaamended.

.*

Not relevant

to DL 864 Listed

fire

alarm monitoring.

3.

If optiosal coxmectios to the m is to be sade (see tbe receiver


conductor cable assembly provided, portion of the connection procedure.

MSRT connector at the resr of Section III D 51, use the hro at this time, and ccrmplete this

4.

Set the writ&es is the DIP ssitch grasp ssd the RRCEIVRR-RR selector ssitch (located inside the flip-d-n panel on the face of the
receiver) flip-dwn in accordance with Sections III panel by pulling on the handle. B and III C. Open the

5.

Cossect the AC line cord (previously plogged into the back of the receiver) to the AC source++. The AC WWER light on the face of the
receiver display operate. ** should illrrminate. the TIME and DATE should appear on the (though not yet correctly set) and the receiver's fan should is the

The AC source for the DL 864 Listed fire alarm monitoring wired-in receptacle in the 19-inch rack cabinet. revision level should appear on the left display.

The software

6.

Plag both connectore frao comaected to the bsttexy) to


the receiver.

the stasdby
the

bsttery

cables

(previously

BA!fTBRT 129 connectors

at the rear of behind the in Section

7.

Set the date and time via the appropriate switches flip-down panel on the front of the receiver, as described III C 5. 6, 7.

8.

Conmect the tslsphsna line(s) to the TaCG LINES terminals at the rear observing polarity. of the receiver, Polsriq most be obsenwd. to sllar the receiver's line fsslt soaitors to operate. Polarity may be (SO-volt scale) temporarily determined by placing a DC voltmeter If the meter reads upscale, the positive (+I across the phone line. lead-of the meter is connected to the positive (+I phone wire. If the meter reads dwnscale. the positive lead of the meter is connected to the negative (-1 phone wire. 49

I
Connect the positive (+I phone wire to the "+/T* negative (-1 phone wire to the w-/Rw terminal. terminal and the

.-.

When all the phone lines have been connected, t&y may be tested at any time by momentarily pressing the SYSTEM TEST button on the No. 685's front panel. Within 10 seconds, all of the phone lines vi11 be tested. If any of the lines sham a failure, cl&k the polarity of Al8ocheok tom8kesurctbatth8 phoMllnebas been t-wtmnnected to the line card via the 3 pin amuectorl~tedatthe top ofthellzie card. la autmtlc If no calls 1) 2) test of the telephone lines will be made by the No. 685, are reoelved for 10 minutes. The test occurs as follows: is seized for 2 seconds. is be

The phone line

A check is made for loop current In the line. If no current found, a phone line failure will be flagged and a message will generated. The line is returned to the On hook" condition.

3)

Regular maintenance and inspection (at least annually) by the installer and frequent testing by the user are vital to continuous satisfactory operation of any alarm system. The installer should assume the responsibility of developing and offering a regular malntmanoe program to the user as well as acquainting the user with the proper operation and limitations of the alarm system and its component parts. Recommendations must be Included for a specific program of frequent testing (at least weekly) to insure the system'9 proper operation at all times.

a=*-

ProbAle
A.

Came ad/m

R8m&d

Action

. AC POWER LIOHT OFF . STSZGMOPERATING . AC POWER LIGHT OFF . SYSTEM NM OPERATING


. AC POWER LIGHT CM . SYSTEMNGT OPERATING (NM ANSWERING ALARIS) . LINE FADLT DXSPLAYED FOR LINES tl

B.
A.

AC power loss. Operating on battery. Fuse Blmn (3A SLO-BLO, e.g., No. 90-10).
AC paver 1-s. Battery Dead or Disconnected. Check fuses.

B. A. B.
A.

Depress SYSTEMRESET stitch. Remove power (ACand battery) and reset all cards. Check phone line connections. Check phone line voltage and polarity Section VIII B). (see

B.

TmouBI 8.

so

'ProbmbleCarrsesrd/orR

-ded

Action

. RECEIVERNOT ACCEPTING Monitor incoming transmissions with headset FROM TRANSMISSIONS across TEL0 LSNE terminals in No. 685. COMMUNICATGRS. "TRANSMISSIONERROR"MESSAGE ON PRINTER. . IF No. 685 HANGS UP LINE BEFORE TONES START: . IF NO TRANSMISSION RECEIVEDATALL:

A.

B.
A.

Cut Orange junper on line Diagram 5). Bad couunmicator. Wronq conmmicatcr for line card. No acknowledge tone, cad line card. Bad wmmmicator .
Cut ORANGEJumer

card (see

B. c. . IF DATARECEIVED,BUT No. 68s HANGS UP BETWEEN MZSSAGES: . IF OWWNICAT(R7 TRANSMITS BEFORE ACKNOWLEDGE TONE:
A.

8. C.

on line card (see Diagram 9. Bird commicator. Bad line card.

see "Hsndshake Modification option (Section VII D).


A.

. PRINTERLIGHT U? No. 685 FLASHING. .MANUAL LIGHT AISO FLASHING

8. C. 0.
E. F.

GN LINE (SEL) llmt on No. 786 Printer is off. Printer out of paper. Printer cord disconnected. ACPats for Printer out or F-e blarn. Turn power to printer off, then on. No. 685 AUTO/MANUAL switch In MANUAL position. Check DATESET/TIPB: SET stitc9-i on No. 685. Should be OFF. Depress SYSTEMRESET stitch on No. 685. Turn prints power switch off, then on.

. NO M23SAGES BEING PRINTEDBY PRINTER.

A.

8. c.

. Tim NOTAUVANCING. . TIE CGLm NOT FLASHING. . CLOCKRUNNING FAST (50 SECCHDS PER MIN.) . MONTH/DAY REVERSED.
-

Depress SYSTEMRESET switch on No. 685. I No. 691 PROM on memory card missing, reversed or Incorrectly programed for 50 Hz operation. Check ribbon oonnector at rear of flip-dawn May be disconnected. panel.

. CLOCK CANNOTBE SET.

. SYSTEM RESETSWITCH NOT GPERATIRG.

51

I
**a Probable Came 8nd/ar lie-

dud Action

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. NO ENGLISHLANGUAGE ON PRINTER.

A. B. c.

No. 691 PROM was not enabled far this line card position (see Section VI C and PROMCHART3). No. 691 PROM on memory card inserted backwards. Check memory card's No. 691 PROM's promammed message selection with No. 690 Progranuner. Battery disconnected. Battery voltage reaching No. 685 must be at least 11.2 VDC. Battery wiring too long or gauge too small. Battery fuse on No. 685 blown (ISA, No. 90-15).

. BATTERY TEST FAILURE.

A.

B. c. D. . BATTERY BOILING OUT "WATER".

Connect D.C. voltaeter across battery. Voltage should be 13.S - 13.7 VDC. Contact Ademco's Inside Sales Dept. in Syosset, NY for technical assistance.

X1.

GKnmALsPEcxFIcATIms A. uo.68!5M~talAlamRwelw!P: Physical: Width:


Hei *t Wei*t: :

19"
6.7/8

Depth:

21"
41.4 lhs.

(48.3 (17.5 (53.3 (18.8

cm) cm) an) kg)

.-.

(less line

cards)

Electrical: Voltage: 12OV.AC @ 2A (without line cards); 60 Hz [or optional 220V.AC, 50 Hz for (non-U, listed applioations)3. 12V. DC, 55 AH (min.) battery (not supplied). 2.SA max. with one line card Current: S A max. with eight line cards
A 12V, SS AH maintenance-free battery (such as Globs CC 12550) provides at least 9 hours standby.

Standby:

For PL Plre appllcatlotm, the standby power requirement is at least 4 hours if a generator Is available, and at least 24 hours if no generator is available (In the latter csse, the use of three 12V, 55 AH batteries in parallel is recommended).

If a standby generator Pm IIDapplloptlom: Is available, a S AH, 12V sealed lead-acid battery (such as Ademco No. 630) can be used (No. 630 provides 1s - 20 minutes standby).
AC Parer

Battery

Fuse: Fuse: s2

3A Slo-blo (No. 90-10) 1SA (No. 90-15)

B.

Mntar

and Capate*

Iaterfaos

Speclflcmtlore: and 03MPU'IE~ outputs alarm monitoring. sre set up with

The SERIAL PRINTER*, EXTERSICHprinterr the follouing parameters.


l

Not relevant

to UL 864 listed

fire

Rote:

Use of a serial printer interface is not recommended. See subsection C for parallel printer infonaation.) -

Baud Rate: 600 1 Start Bit 7 Data Bits 1 Parity Bit forced to 0 1 Stop Bit Serial Printer Busy: May be set up to read either pin 11 or 20, as required. Busy = Negative (-1 voltage. Ready = Positive (4) voltage. Evtension Printer Busy: Pin 20 is used. be triggered if the printer is not ready for a

A PRINTER FAILURE message will period ceater than 1 second. Data Pin 3 Gromd Pin 7

COMPUTERPIN CONNECTIONS: 2
3

7 20

Received Data fran Computer. Transmitted Data to Canplter. Signal Return (Ground). Canplter Ready.

Ccmputer Fonaat, asynchrox~us~ ASCII, EIA RS232Ccmpatible. Speed: Speed: 442: CR = LF = II = S s A = C = DDD = a =
nolxm: 1. ACR F Fc E, -G

CBCCCC bCcR &-~-~F~~?~SSSSDDDa --------

Carriage Return Line Feed blank Acct # digit Went tide Channel codes (16xAl) 4 A2 ASCII "A"

Only verified messages sre sent to the oomplter. Nonverified messages result In a TRANSMISSION ERRGRmessage (see Section IV E 2).
An option

2.

is

and periodic Section XI>.

available to status request


53

process ACX and NACK sieprals si@mls frao a casputer (see

C.

RarallelPrlntaPlnConnectl~
Pin

1:

ConnectIon
Data Data Data Data oata Strobe 9it 1 Bit 2 Sit 3 !31t 4

Pin
6 7 9 11 16

colmect1a?l Data Sit 5 Data Rit 6 Data Bit 7


Printer Busy

t-l
Xi&&: D.
bUMi@ hlUtAt8

1 2 3 4 5

Sisal

Ground 9 (Data Bit


8) be

quire that their pin Some printers connected to pin 16 (Signal Ground).

Use of double ahie.lded parallel oablevith is -ended the no. 685 and the prlnterb) -DataPrequencyand

metal abell oonnectam betwecm (e.g. Ad~ao Eo. 6864.

PulseRate Data Frequency = 1900 Hz Pulse Rate = 10 pulses per second Standard
digits

ADENCO Lat Speed Format: ADEMCO High Speed Format: SESa)A/Radionics Format: RADIONICSSuperfsst RADIGNICSBFSK: Format:

Touch-Tone

frequencies

@ 10

per second

Data frequency = l&O Hz Pulse Rate = 20 pulses per second Data Frequency = 1800 Hz Pulse Rate = 40 pulses per second Data Frequency = l&IO Hz, 2100 Hz Baud Rate = SO

A.

~owdAQWAQtProtooolPeaturas:
1.

After aorpletlonofmMsagetranaml8rdMtotbe oomprter vlattuiiR!Zp lIdx!rfaoe,the! lo. 66Suill Walt up to 28eoond8 far an AQC character If the ACK is received, transmission to be returned byths oapltar. of subsequent messages is enabled. IfaUAQCrssponse is realvmdor noAQ:ls reaelvmduithln2 8eoonds, tbt Uo. 68S till retransmit Its msssaQe to the -put=. In addition, the messages will be re-printed on the optional printer (No. 786) "Rw (located ahead of the receiver 1, to along with the letter Indicate a repeated transmission). For example: 6:30PH
3115 R 13 8531 1555 5555 7 (VI Burglar

2.

Alarm

3.

If

an ACK Is

not

received
-prtg

within
Oc Oaprtg

2 seocnda
lhk

after

the

second
be in a

t-8aiOB,tb

18 ZhB8lDdtO

faulted wnditlon. The "Canputer Failure" LED on the No. 685 light and a caeputer failure message will appear on the No. display and the printer (if used). There is an option to force No. 685 into the MNUAL mode upon computer failure (see Section 87). 4.

will 685 the III

wthe OODplttS 18 In a fault oboditiCm,~sSS~ du Still bs SQt per message will Hcn#ever, only one transmission to the wmpatcr. occur. Once an ACKis received within 2seconds after atransmission, condition will be oanoelled and a "oommter the "computer fault" restore" message will be triggered.

5.

~rrchtimethe oompltertranaits No. 685, If operating woperly, LFOONOKAYIVXCR within 5 seconds.

the chractm FP tothe lo. 685,ths ullI mpomd with the messa-:

After sending the OKAY @ message, ths No. 685 will imore additional wStr characters fran the canputer for a period of 10 seoonds. In addition, B. Captta.Optlonr: 1. BeadyLins/AClVNAatSeleot: When this option is selected, the No. 685 will use the ACK/NACKhandshake protocol as. a method of determining the aomguter status. If the option is not selected, the computer Ready Line (Pin 20) will be monitored.
Carrie btWn/BS~pt3 Cbaraoter: The No. 685 may be prograavaed to output an ESCAPEcharacter (ESC - ASCII ?B Hex) instead of the Carriage Return that normally terminates a transmission to the canputer .

the follwing

options have been added:

2.

3.

HMUAL CbQ on Caputer Failure: As sn option, the No. 685 may be set up to enter the MANUAL mode in the event of a casputer failure. It will revert to the AUTOmode upon oompJter restore. a printer is present, it is possible to override this function the OFF-CDMDIP switdr (switch #7 located belaw the lRG2RG DIP switch on the front flip-doun panel). If
wing

4.

This option, when selected, will cause the EsriodiO T-t n-8-t No. 685 to send a test message to the cauputer if no regular messages have been sent to the oomprter for a period of time (45 seconds This option, when used uith the neu handshake protocol approx.). (ACWNACK option in Item 1 above), allaus the computer and the No. 685 to monitor eaoh other. When this option is selected, the alert tone Alart Tcne Sflanclngr will only be triggered for No- 685 system messages and line fault Alarm messages that will be messages (RCVA; RCVB, and LINE groups). handledautanatlcally by the camputerwill not.triggerthe alert, thus 5s

5.

.-,

freeing the operator fran the task of silencing the No. 685. Inthe event of a canputer failure or a stitch to the MANUAL mode, the alert tone will be triggered for all messages. NOTE: If the "Pulse Relap option (See Section VI B 8) has been chcsen, the remote alert relay will activate for 2 seconds on ALL messages. ibis will allw a remote alert sounder to be used at the canputer ccnsolewhile reservingtheinternal alert somder fm systemmessages only. -

'

6.

seleotion

of

ampatar

output
the

format8

la-

4-2 ressa@s8:

message is which is:

received,

canputer

output

will

nomally

Uhen a 4-2 be in 4-2,

RG ACCTEI
where

R is Receiver nmber G Is the line card Group or rotary ACCTis the Account nmber E is an Event code I is the Zone ldentlfier

nmber

In order to Interface to the Ademcc CAPScomputer system, an optional output format, CAPS4-2, is required. It is: RG ACCT DDDA
where

:-

-.

DDD is a 3-digit decimal manber in the range O-255 A is an ASCII "An character as follars:

The value of DDD is calculated

DDD = (16 x Event code) + Zone identifier For Hex event codes, the follcwlag ntanbers are used: Bt 11, C = 12, D = 13, E = 14, F = 15 Example: Input Message = 12 3456 F4 DDD = 16X The messa@
15 ;F)

= 240 +4 = 244

12 3456 244A would be sent.

check box 7 in PROM CBART 7 and To select the CAPS output fomat, follar the pro@w~~~Ing procedure in Section VI C steps 34 -- 37. In addition, the standard codes for opening and closing by user (BOmust be translated to Ademcc HI speed for BF and CO - CF respectively) the CAPSsystem. Whenever a 4-2 code begInning with B Is received, an The user I will be set to match the 2zme opening report is sent. ldentlfier of the message. Users sre emouragedtoame codes B andC far open and cloee.
56

J---X>

For

those whc use B and C far other messages, an option has been provided in the 685 Memcry Boards option PROM to disable the autcmatic translation. To disable translation of codes 80 - BF and CO - CF, cheek Box 8 of PROMCHART 7 and follow the programming procedure in Section VI C steps 34 - 37.

While this Receiver is part of an advanced desim central station protection agairut monitcrinq system, it does llot offer @aranteed burglary 07 fire. Any Receiver is subject to campromise or failure to warn for a variety of reasons:
.

The Receiver will not work without power. Devioes powered by AC will not work if their AC parer supply is off for any reason, dead, hcwever briefly, and their back-up batteriss are miming, or not put in properly. Telemone lines needed to receive an alarm simal fran a premise to a central monitoring station may be out-of-service or te!lnpcrari1y out-of-service. Telemone lines are also subject to campromise by sophisticated methods of attack. This equipment, like other electrical devices, is subject campcnent failure. Even thcugh this equlpnent is deslmed last as long as 10 years, the electronic components awld fail any time. to to at

The moat ccmmon cause of a receiving system not f\mctloning when an intrusion or fire occurs is inadequate maintensnce. This Receiver, therefase, shculd be tested daily to make sure that it is working
properly .

Monitoring an alarm system may make a subscriber to the service eligible for lower insuranoe rates, but alarm system monitoring is net a substitute for insurance. Hanecuners , propart y owners and renters should continue to itrsure their lives and property.

57

APPBUDIX

When Code 0 apbeers in the ninth Qnhnnel StatCc&n (El#k Speed inf0nnation~wil.l be rceported in the comptter output I. Zbetestmessage a. b. c. d. 8.

channel position, as Indicated in Table B: Paw&), subscriber installation radio test previous eight channels (but not sent to the will containthe follwinglnfgmation:

Subscriber identifioatlon (accc\nrt nun&r). Ihe nuaber of the Master Station receivingthe alarm. Ths signal strengthofthe received messa~. Whether the subscriber's transmitter modulation level is correct. Whether the radio transmitter's frequency is oorrect.

This information is used by the Central Station during subscriber Installations to verify that at least two Master Stations or Network Nodes sre receiving messages from the subscriber. These messages sre transmitted autanatlcally when a Test PROMIs inserted In a Subscriber Interface Module. The test message is in the following
cccc
where: CCCC

form: semi 0 account number .n.

no00

is the subscriber

Is the number of the Master Station receiving the al-. This number can be 1 to 15, using hexadecimal notation (l-9, and A-F to represent l&15). Appears in channel 1 position. is the si@al strength of the received message. This number can be fran 0 to 10 (10 being indicated by an "An, whiti Is highest). Appears in channel 5 position. is the modulation level 0 = OK 1 5 modulation is law 2 = modulation Is high Appears In channel 7 position. is the radio frequency 0 = OK 1 = frequency Is law = frequency is high IlppeLs in channel 8 position.

Uote:

used

Channels 2, 3, 4 and 6 of the eight reporting channels are not for radio test infonnatlon at the present time, and a 0 (zero) will therefcre appear in these channel positions.

58

bULL HANDLE TO OPEN

CONTROLS INSIDE FLIP-DOWN PANEL DIPSWITCHES

Diagram 1: FRONT VIEW OF NO. 665

POWER CONNECTOR

STANDBY BAlTERY CONNECTORS 5?

Diagram 2 REAR VIEW OF NO. 665

REAR

513 512 Jll JlO J9 J8 SLOT NUMBERS 57 J6 35 J4 53 52 _. Jl 25

c
c c c c c c c

LINE CARD #8 LINE CARD #7 LINE CARD 4% LINE CARD #5 LINE CARD #4 UNE CARD #3 LINE CARD #2 LINE CARD Ul

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

FAN

INTERNAL ALERT TONE VOLUME ADJUSTMENT POT.

1 0

-------B~NK-------J IT cCPU BOARD MEMORY BOARD

3 J

c- - ----BUNK------J cDISPLAY DRIVER BOARD -J FRONT I?5

Diagram 3: TOP VIEW OF NO. 685


(Shown with cover removed and 8 line cards installed)

60

CARD EJECTOR OPTION PROM (NY 691)

MEMORY CARD (From Slot 3)

BLUE PLASTIC JUMPER PLUGS .as shipped, pins are -iumPered as shown. P?

1
+

Q
2 3Q m

r
Jo Parallel Printer: Jumper Pins 1 and 2 ZOMPUTER (PlO) \lo Computer: As shipped (Pins 2 and 3) Nith Computer: Jumper Pins 1 and 2
dOTE:Not t&want to UL 884 linted fire alarm monitoring.

EXTENSION PRINTER (P6) Vo Extension Printer: As shipped (Pins 2 and 3) Nith Extension Printer: Jumper Pins 1 and 2 SERIAL PRINTER (P9) serial Printer with Ready Line on connector pin 20: Jumper Pins 2 and 3 serial Printer with Ready Line on connector pin 11: Jumper Pins 1 and 2 Vo Serial Printer: As shipped (Pins 4 and 5) -

Diagram 4: MEMORY CARD

61

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CARD EJECTOR /

TO BYPASS LINE FAULT TESTING. SHORT THESE TWO PINS. SEE SECT. VII E

GROUP NUMBER SELECTOR SWITCH

LEDR

ORANGE JUMPER (CUT FOR SLOW COMMUNICATOR OPTION) WHITE JUMPER (CUT FOR HIGH SPEED ONLY OPTION ON NO. 685-2 LINE CARDS)

AVAILABLE LINE CARDS: No. 666-l Line Card, Ademco LOW SPEED Format No. 666-2 Line Card,.Ademco HIGH/LOW SPEED Format No. 666-3 Line Card, SESCOA Format No. 666-4 Line Card, Radionics Format No. 665-5 Line Card, Long Range Radio No. 665-6 Multi-Format Line Card No. 665-9AT Line Card, Derived Channel

Dirgram 5: TYPICAL LINE CARD

. --.

62

THE 120V ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OF THE RECEIVER MUST MEET CLASS 1 WIRING REOUIREMENTS. ONE METHOD OF MEETING THESE REQUIREMENTS IS SHOWN IN THE FOLLOWING DIAGRAM:

1
(E.G.: EMCOR PRODUCTS #SFR-24A) WITH REAR DOOR OR PANEL (REAR 1 MUST BE KEPT CLOSED).

WIRING FROM 12OVAC. 60Hz 1 MAINS ON SEPARATE 24 HR. CIRCUIT, RUN IN LISTED CONDUIT OR EMT. I

Diagram 6: ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS 63

CHARTS FOR PROGRAMMING NO. 685s OPTION PROM (NO. 691) UTILIZING NO. 690 FROM PROGRAMMER

InCluda all Ieadlng zeroes In message (1. If no massage deslnd, select 41. RestrIctad to rhgk dfglf moasage W(1 to 0). Omlt baadlng zeroes. If no mesrege uerfmd, entar 1.

Enter message Us and messages from table D in instructlons. High speed and low speed selections can be different or similar.

PROM CHART 2: ENGLISH LANGUAGE MESSAGE PROGRAMMING PHONE NUMBER SWITCH SElTING PRIMARY (1st Digits) SECONDARY (2nd Digits) ROTARY SWITCH SETTING ACCESSIY

l MAlNU

SUBS ID#

HIGH SPEED CHANNELS


Insert all leading zeroes. If no massage deShUl, program 01: RestrIcted to sfngle dfglt (1 to g). If no message desfred, program 1

I I

LOW SPEED ALARM CODES

Follow

PROM programming

procedure

In instructions.

64

PROM CHART 3: LINE CARD ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENABLING 6 OPTION/CHANNEL ONNO. SELECTION SWITCHES

/1,2,3,4,5,6,7, j

a. Check line card #Is to be enabled. b. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, with No. 690s rotary switch on RESTORE and checked switches up.

PROM CHART 4: LINE CARD ZONE ENGLISH OPTION SELECTION

LANGUAGE

Applicable only to No. 6852 Line Cards operating in HIGH SPEED fotiat (No. 6854 Line Cards automatically yield Zone English output if enabled via PROM chart 3).

~,2,3,4,5,;,7,

8- -OPTION ONNO.

CHANNEL SELECTION SWITCHES

a. Check No. 6852 Line Card Us to be enabled. Note: Line cards must also be enabled via PROM chart 3). b. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, with No. 690s rotary switch on 10 SEC. DELAY and checked switches up.

PROM CHART 5: REMOTE ALERT DELAY SELECTION (Skip If Pulse Relay Option Is to be selected.) TIME DELAY (sec.)
l

SWITCH U 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 NONE

a. At table to right, circle desired remote alert delay time. b. Check corresponding switch 1ys on chart above. Note: No programming is required for 1 sec. time delay. c. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, with No. 890s rotary switch on SECONDARY W ONLY and checked switches up.
No programing 1 sec. delay re~ulnvd for

65

PROM CHART 8: OPERATlNG OPTION SELECTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 NOT 1 USED] 1200 Baud OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION SWITCHES ON NO. 696
--

I
50 Hz Eur Cal

I 1
Auto A.C.

I I
Test Msg.

1 1
Pulse Relay

I I
300 Baud

I I

OPTIONS BAUD RATE IS 800 IF NEITHER OR BOTH ARE

a. Check desired options on chart above. -LELECTED. b. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, with No. 690s rotary switch on OPEN/CLOSE and checked switches up:

PROM CHART 7: COMPUTER OPTION SELECTION 1 I I ACW NAK 2 I 3 4 5 6 NOT USED 7 8 OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION SWITCHES ON NO. 690.

T I I Escape Character

q-OPTIONS Inhibit Translation of 4-2 Codes BBC to High Speed Ademco t CAPS 4-2 Output for 4-2 Messages (do not set to send a 4-2 message to the Ademco/MAS Alert Tone Silence computer) 4

Manual Mode on Failure

a. Check desired options on chart above b. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, with No. 690s rotary switch on INVERTED and checked switches up

I
1 2 3 I

PROM CHART 8: CODE 9 RESTORE REPORT TRANSLATION 4 5 6 7 8 w OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION SWITCHES ON NO. 690.

a. Check line card numbers for which translation of Code 9 Restoral Reports into Ademco High Speed is to be enabled. b. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, with No. 690s rotary switch in position 5 (labelled SYS. OPTIONS) and checked switches up. L 66 I

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I
1

PROM CHART 9: LINE CARD 3-l WITH CHECKSUM ENABLING 2 3


4

OPTION/CHANNEL SELECTION SWITCHES ON NO. 690.

a. Check line card numbers for which 3-l with checksum reports are to be enabled. b. Follow PROM programming procedure in instructions, (labelled NOT USED) and checked switches up. with No. 690s rotary switch in position 12

67

UYITED WARRANTY Seller warrants its produds to be in conformance wilh ils own plans and specifications and lo be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for 16 months from the date stamp control on the product or for products not havrng an Ademco dale stamp. for 12 months from date of original purchase unless the tnstallallon mstructrons or catalog sets forth a shorter period. in which case the shorter period shall apply. Sellers obkgatlon shall be limited to repainng or replacing. st its option. free of charge tar matenals or labor. any parl which is proved nol in compliance with Sellers specifications or proves defective In materials or workmanship under normal use and service. Seller shall have no obligation under this Limited Warranty if the product is altered or improperly repaired or serviced by anyone other than Ademco factory service. For warranty service. return product transportation prepad. to Aeamco Factory Service. 165 Eileen Way, Syosset. New York 11791. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES. EXPRESSOR IMPLIED. OF MERCHANTABILflY. OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE. WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON TWE FACE HEREOF. IN NO CASE SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR ANY CONSEOUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR UPON ANY OTHER BASIS OF LIABILITY WHATSOEVER. EVEN IF THE LOSS OR DAMAGE IS CAUSED BY THE SELLERS OWN NEGLIGENCE OR FAULT. Seller does not represenl that its product may nol be compromised or circumvented:that the product will prevent any personal injury or propeny loss by burglary. robbery, fire or otherwise: or that the producl will in all cases provide adequate warmng or protection. Buyer understands that a properly lnslalled and maintained alarm may only reouce the risk of a burglary. robttery or fire w11houlwarning. but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such will not occur or that there will be no personal Injury or property loss as a result. CONSEOUENTLY. SELLER SHALL HAVE NO LlABlLlPl FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY. PROPERTY DAMAGE OR OTHER LOSS BASED ON A CLAIM THE PRODUCT FAILED10 GIVE WARNING. However. if Seller is held liable, whether directly or indrreclly. for any fess or damage arising under thts Ltmited Warranty or othermse. regardless of cause or origin. SellerS rnaximllm kabiliiy shall not in any case exceecl Me purchase price of the product. which shall be fixed as liquidated damages and nol as a penalty. and shall be the complete and exclusve remedy agatnsl Seller. This warranty replaces all previouswarranttes end mthe only warranty made by Ademcoon this product. No increase or alteration. titten of the obkgation of this Limiled Warranty is aumcnzed Ademco is a registered trademark of Alarm Dbnce Manufaclunng Company. Dwis~on of Pitlway Carp or verbal, .-.

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ALARM DEVICE MANUFACTURING


A DIVISION OF PITIWAV CORPORATlON

CO.
,-.

165 Eileen Way, Syosset, New York 11791


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