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  • Building TechnologiesFire Safety & Security Products

    IC60 User Manual

    11-2006

  • Liefermglichkeiten und technische nderungen vorbehalten. Data and design subject to change without notice. / Supply subject to availability. Sous rserve de modifications techniques et de la disponibilit. 2006 Copyright by Siemens Switzerland Ltd Wir behalten uns alle Rechte an diesem Dokument und an dem in ihm dargestellten Gegenstand vor. Der Empfnger anerkennt diese Rechte und wird dieses Dokument nicht ohne unsere vorgngige schriftliche Ermchtigung ganz oder teilweise Dritten zugnglich machen oder auerhalb des Zweckes verwenden, zu dem es ihm bergeben worden ist. We reserve all rights in this document and in the subject thereof. By acceptance of the document the recipient acknowledges these rights and undertakes not to publish the document nor the subject thereof in full or in part, nor to make them available to any third party without our prior express written authorization, nor to use it for any purpose other than for which it was delivered to him. Nous nous rservons tous les droits sur ce document, ainsi que sur l'objet y figurant. La partie recevant ce document reconnat ces droits et elle s'engage ne pas le rendre accessible des tiers, mme partiellement, sans notre autorisation crite pralable et ne pas l'employer des fins autres que celles pour lesquelles il lui a t remis.

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    Building Technologies 009929_a_en_--.docFire Safety & Security Products 11.2006

    1 General.....................................................................................................4 1.1 Country specific standards........................................................................4 1.2 Security Information ..................................................................................4 1.3 Notes on graphics .....................................................................................4 1.4 EC Directives ............................................................................................5

    2 Operating panel.......................................................................................6 2.1 Operating panel layouts ............................................................................6 2.2 Description of the Operating panel keys and indicators ...........................6 2.3 Key functions ............................................................................................8 2.3.1 Changing the LCD backlight .....................................................................8 2.3.2 Keypad button backlight............................................................................8 2.3.3 Changing the frequency of the keypad buzzer .........................................8

    3 Using the system ....................................................................................9 3.1 Entering the User/Installer program mode................................................9 3.1.1 Entering the program modes ....................................................................9 3.1.2 Exiting the program mode.......................................................................10 3.2 Silencing an alarm (signal horn) .............................................................10 3.3 How to arm the system before exiting ....................................................10 3.4 Arming the system while people stay at home .......................................11 3.5 Disarming the system .............................................................................12 3.6 Disarming the system, stopping and resetting outgoing alarms.............12 3.7 How to arm partitions ..............................................................................12 3.8 How to bypass zones..............................................................................13 3.9 Using a chime .........................................................................................13 3.10 Control for outputs and devices ..............................................................13 3.11 Emergency alerts ....................................................................................14 3.12 Generate a Threat or Duress..................................................................14 3.13 Messages and events .............................................................................15 3.13.1 How to read system messages...............................................................15 3.13.2 How to read trouble messages ...............................................................15 3.13.3 How to display events in the memory .....................................................16 3.14 How to change or add codes ..................................................................16 3.14.1 Change codes.........................................................................................16 3.14.2 How to add or change the user code......................................................17 3.14.3 How to delete a user code ......................................................................17 3.15 How to set time and date ........................................................................18 3.15.1 Changing the day, time and date............................................................18

    4 Remote control......................................................................................19 4.1 Using the remote control.........................................................................19

    5 Summary of the system main functions.............................................20

    6 Notes ......................................................................................................21

    7 Keyword index ......................................................................................22

  • General

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    Building Technologies 009929_a_en_--.docFire Safety & Security Products 11.2006

    1 General

    This document contains significant information on the commissioning of the control unit. The detailled product documentation is contained in the following manuals:

    009992 Safety Instructions 009930 Installer Manual 009905 Technical Reference Manual 009929 User Manual

    Warning Read the Safety Instructions first before starting to work with the control panel.

    The manuals can be downloaded at: www.siemens.com/homesecurity

    This manual describes the functions corresponding to a general programmed setting of the control panel. Nevertheless, the functions could be configured by the installer in a different way and there-fore not be available.

    1.1 Country specific standards

    The products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant interna-tional and European safety standards. Should any additional country-specific, local safety standards or regulations apply in the place of operation, concerning project planning, installation, operation and disposal of the product, then these standards or regulations must be taken into account in addition to the safety regulations men-tioned in the product documentation.

    1.2 Security Information

    In the documentation, important information to be respected at any rate is marked by the symbols indicated below. The additional signal word provides information on the type of danger.

    WARNING Keywords Danger; Warning; Caution designate the degree of endangerment.

    Useful notes are indicated by the following symbol:

    Important, indicates useful notes.

    1.3 Notes on graphics

    Instead of pictures, the text uses symbols for the designation of the buttons. The example below shows the graphic representation in short form.

    Used keys: Example Button Short form Text example

    Press button on the keypad

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    Building Technologies 009929_a_en_--.docFire Safety & Security Products 11.2006

    1.4 EC Directives

    The product fulfills the requirements of the EC Directive 99/5EC Radio and tele-communications terminal equipment.

    EG-Directive 99/5/EC R&TTE The compliance with the EG Directive 99/5/EWG is accounted for by the adher-ence to the following standards: EMC

    (Generic emission):

    EN 61000-6-3

    EN 55022 Cl. B

    EMV (Interference resistance):

    EN 50130-4 +A1 +A2

    Safety: EN 60950-1

    EMC and Radio Spectrum Matters: EN 301489-3

    Radio Spectrum Matters: EN 300220-3

    The EC Declaration of Conformity is made available by: Siemens Building Technologies Fire & Security Products GmbH & Co. oHG D-76181 Karlsruhe

    Additionally the product complies with the following standards: Analog PSTN interface TBR21 Designed according EN50131 grad 2

  • Operating panel

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    Building Technologies 009929_a_en_--.docFire Safety & Security Products 11.2006

    2 Operating panel 2.1 Operating panel layouts

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    Vertical control unit or external keypad Horizontal control unit Tab. 1 Keypad layouts

    2.2 Description of the Operating panel keys and indicators

    No. Symbol Key/Indicator. Description 1

    Internal system activated Button: Arm in Stay mode LED: Stay arming mode activated

    2

    Bypass key Button: Bypass Zones LED: Zone bypass indication

    3

    Arming Button: Arm in Full Set Mode LED: Full Set arming mode activated

    4

    Trouble indicator (red) Trouble indication

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    System OK (ARM) indicator (green).

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