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NX / Reliance Installer Manual & Cheat Sheet

DAS NX Reliance Installer manual

Introduction

This page is dedicated for all DAS NetworX and Hills Reliance alarm panels. Programming covers NX4, NX8, NX12, NX16, R8, R12, R128 versions of the alarm panel.

Programming The Hills Reliance Control Panel

Features, Segments and Options

The Hills Reliance programming structure consists of Features, Segments, and Options.

Features or Feature numbers are used to locate an option or group of options.

Example: Feature 6 contains the communicator format selection and Feature 16 contains area one options.

Segments are contained within each feature, there are two types of segments.

The first segment type is referred to as an option select segment. This segment type contains up to eight options that can be toggled On or Off like dip switches.

The second segment type is referred to as a numeric segment. This segment type requires a value from ‘0’ to ‘255’ to be entered.

Options are contained within segments. An option select segment can have up to eight options. A numeric segment can have a value of ‘0’ to ‘255’.

Example: Feature 6 contains the communicator format that has one segment with one option; and Feature 16 contains area one options that has 5 segments with 40 options in total.

Navigating Program Mode

Entering The Program Mode: To enter the program Mode, press [*][8]. At this time, the five function LEDs (On, Partial, Exit, Bypass, & Chime) will begin to flash. Next, enter the ‘Go To Program Code’ (factory default is [9][7][1][3]). If the ‘Go To Program Code’ is valid, the ‘Service’ LED will flash and the five function LEDs will illuminate steady. You are now in the Program Mode and ready to select the module to program.

Selecting The Module To Program: Since all modules connected to the Hills Reliance are programmed through the code pad, the module you are programming should be the first entry. To program the Hills Reliance control panel, enter [0][#].

[0] is the module number of the control and the [#] is the enter key. Other module entry numbers can be found in their corresponding manuals.

Programming A Feature: Once the number of the module to be programmed has been entered, the ‘Armed’ LED will illuminate, indicating it is waiting for a programming feature to be entered. Any feature can be accessed by directly entering the desired programming feature followed by the hash [#] key. If the feature entered is a valid feature, the ‘Armed’ LED will extinguish, the ‘Ready’ LED will illuminate and the binary data for the first segment of this feature will be shown by the zone LED’s. While entering new data, the ‘Ready’ LED will begin flashing to indicate a data change in process. The flashing will continue until the new data is stored by pressing the [*] key. Upon pressing the [*] key, the code pad will advance to the next segment and display its data. This procedure is repeated until the last segment is reached. Pressing the [#] key will exit from this feature, and the ‘Armed’ LED will illuminate again waiting for a new programming feature to be entered. If the desired feature is the next sequential feature, press the [POLICE] key. If the previous feature is desired press the [FIRE] key. If the same feature is desired press the [MEDICAL] key. To review the data in a feature, repeat the above procedure, pressing the [#] key without any numeric data entry. Each time the [*] key is pressed, the programming data of the next segment will be displayed for review.

Exiting A Feature: After the last segment of a feature is programmed, pressing the [*] key will exit that feature, turn the ‘Ready’ LED off and the ‘Armed’ LED on. You are now ready to enter another programming feature as before. If an attempt is made to program an invalid entry for a particular segment, the code pad sounder will emit a triple error beep (beep, beep, beep), and remain in that segment awaiting a valid entry.

Exiting The Program Mode: When all the desired changes in programming have been made, it is time to exit the program mode. Pressing the [Exit] key will exit this programming level, and go to the ‘Select a Module to Program’ level. If no additional modules are to be programmed, pressing the [Exit] key again will exit the program mode. If there is a module to be programmed, it may be selected by entering its address followed by the [#] key (see ‘Selecting the Module To Program’ above). The procedure for programming these devices is the same as for the control panel, except the features will be for the module selected.

Programming Data

Programming Data: Programming data is always one of two types. One type of data is numerical and can take on values from 0-15 or 0-255 depending on the feature’s segment. The other type of data is a Option selection type. Option selection data is used to turn options on or off. Use the following procedures when working with these two data types:

Numerical Data: Numerical data is programmed by entering a number from 0-255 on the numeric keys of the system code pad. To view the data in a feature, a binary process is used. With this process, the LED’s for zones 1 through 8 are utilized, and the numeric equivalents of their illuminated LED’s are added together to determine the data in a programming feature. The numeric equivalents of these LED’s are as follows:

Zone 1 LED = 1 Zone 2 LED = 2 Zone 3 LED = 4 Zone 4 LED = 8
Zone 5 LED = 16 Zone 6 LED = 32 Zone 7 LED = 64 Zone 8 LED = 128

Example: If the numerical data to be programmed in a feature is ‘66’, press [6][6] on the code pad. The LED’s for zone 2 and Zone 7 will become illuminated indicating 66 is in that feature (2 + 64 = 66).

Once the data is programmed, press the [*] key to enter the data and advance to the next segment of that feature. After the last segment of a feature is programmed, pressing the [*] key will exit that feature, turn the ‘Ready’ LED off and the ‘Armed’ LED on. As before, you are now ready to enter another programming feature. If an attempt is made to program a number too large for a particular segment, the code pad sounder will emit a triple beep, indicating an error, and remain in that segment awaiting a valid entry.

Option Selection Data: Option selection data will display the current condition (on or off) of eight options associated with the programming feature and segment selected. Pressing a button on the touch-pad (1 thru 8) that corresponds to the ‘option number’ within a segment, will toggle (on/off) that option. Pressing any numeric key between [1] and [8] for selection of a option, will make the corresponding LED illuminate (option ON). Press the number again and the LED will extinguish (option OFF). You will see that numerous options can be selected from within one segment. For instance, if all eight options of a segment are desired, pressing [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] will turn on LED’s 1 thru 8 as you press the keys, indicating that those options are enabled. After the desired setting of options is selected for this segment, press the [*] key. This will enter the data and automatically advance to the next segment of the feature. When you are in the last segment of a feature and press the [*] to enter the data, you will exit that feature. This will now turn the ‘Ready’ LED off and the ‘Armed’ LED on. As before, you are now ready to enter another programming feature.

Loading Factory Defaults

There are two methods of loading the factory defaults:

Method 1 – Enter the program mode using the procedure on page 9, then type [9][1][0][#]. The code pad will beep 3 times indicating that the loading is in progress. The loading takes about 6 seconds.

Method 2 – Enter [9][7][1][3][0][0] within 10 seconds of power up at any code pad which is not programmed for master mode. The procedure will default the Hills Reliance control panel even if it is armed.

How to Enrol Modules & Code Pads

For supervision purposes, the Hills Reliance has the ability to automatically find and store in its memory, the presence of all code pads, zone expanders, wireless receivers, and any other module connected to the data terminal (KP DATA) whenever exiting the program mode. The enrolling process takes about 12 seconds, during which time the ‘Service’ LED will illuminate. Once a module is enrolled, if it is not detected by the control panel, the ‘Service’ LED will illuminate on that code pad.

To force module and keypad enrolment, whilst in program mode enter [9][1][5][#][Exit][Exit], and wait 12 seconds.

Press the key on the numeric Code Pad that corresponds to the option you wish to enable/disable. When an LED is “on”, an option is enabled; when “off” the option is disabled. For example: With the 1, 5, & 7 LEDs “on”, Quick Arm, Audible Code Pad Panic and Code Pad Medical are enabled.

 

Short form programming sheet for a monitored system

This is not a substitute for reading the manual

1. How to hard default a NX4 NX8 NX12 NX16 Reliance r8 r12 and r128

Unplug battery & remove power, turn on power, Enter 971300 within 10 seconds,

2. Go To Program Mode *8 9713 0#

3. Soft Default Panel 910#, Exit, Exit, [Chime], wait 12 seconds

4. Go To Program Mode *8 9713 0#

5. Change Program Code 1# n*n*n*n* #

6. Duress Code 3# n*n*n*n* #

7. Receiver Phone 1 4# n*n*n*n*n*n*n*n* #

8. System Account Code 5# n*n*n*n* #

9. Communication Format 6# 1* (1 for CID, or 3 for Domestic Dial)

10. Receiver Phone 2 7# n*n*n*n*n*n*n*n* #

11. Report Event Summary 9# 3 7 *# (for open/close, tamper/restore)

12. Phone Cut Delay 11# n*

13. Download Access Code 12# n*n*n*n*n*n*n*n*

14. Download Control (Remote Access) 14# 1* (to enable two call AMD)

15. Force Arm Globally 16# 3*#

16. Entry/Exit Time 17# nn*nn*nn*nn* #

17. Configuration Groups (Zone Types) 18# (zones 1-8), 20# (zones 9-16),

59# (zones 17-24), 61# (zones 25-32),

63# (zones 33-40), 65# (zones 41-48),

119# (zones 49-56), 121# (zones 57-64)

18. System Options 22# 7*7* # (for siren on tamper and [*][44] manual communicator test enable)

19. Medical Alarm Sounder “ON” 24# 7* (enable code pad beeping)

20. Auto Test Control 32# (see Feature 32 for details)

21. Exit Program Mode Press Exit, Exit, [Chime] wait 12 seconds

22. Change Master Code (default 1234) [*5] [Master Code] [01] [New Code] #

23. Program User Codes [*5] [Master Code] [User] [User Code] #

24. Set Date & Time (at User Level)

Set System Clock [*][9][7] [Master Code] [Hour] [Minutes]

25. Walk Test * [Chime] [Master Code]

End Walk Test [Master Code]

Note if testing reporting, master code does not send open/closing reports by default (see Feature 2)

 

Common Tasks when using DAS NX / Hills Reliance alarm panels.

Default Reliance / NX Installer code: 9713
Default Reliance / NX Master code: 1234
Enter Installer mode: *8 -> Installer Code -> 0#

 

What resistors do DAS NX / Hills Reliance Alarm Panels use?

Zones 1 to 8 use 3k resistors.

 

My Service Light is On

Problem Solving Hills Reliance and DAS NX Alarm Panels

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 1.
Press the (1) key and observe which LED comes on to indicate one of the following:
1. Over Current Fault
A partial short-circuit on the Aux Pwr, Smoke power, Horn Speaker, Strobe or
Screamer will cause over current faults. Removing the short from the Aux Pwr or
Smoke Pwr will fix the over current condition. If the short is on the horn, Strobe or
Screamer you must put the panel into alarm once the fault has been removed to
clear the over current condition.
On the Reliance 8 and 12 power will be restored on fixing the condition. On the
Reliance 128 power will be restored when the thermistor resets (fuseless design).
Note if a severe short circuit is present it may exceed the protection available and
output power will not be restored.
2. Siren Trouble
The Horn Speaker is open / short circuit or not connected.
The Hills Reliance control panel monitors the siren output for faults and tampering. If
a horn speaker is not connected to the panel place a 3K3 resistor across the Bell
output to disable Siren Trouble Monitoring.
3. Box Tamper
The box tamper pins are open circuit or activated. Ensure the box tamper pins are
sealed (closed circuit). Arm and Disarm system to clear box tamper condition.
4. Expander Power
An expander connected to the system has a short circuit on the Aux output.
Expander that can report this condition are power supply (NX320).
5. Expander Low Battery
An expansion device connected to the Hills Reliance system has a Low Battery
condition. Expander that can indicate low battery conditions: NX320 power supply.
Replace Battery.
6. Expander Box Tamper
An expansion device connected to the Hills Reliance system has a tamper activated.
Check the tamper contacts on the expansion devices connected.
Expanders that can indicate box tamper: Code pads, Hardwire zone expanders and
Wireless zone expanders.
7. Expander Trouble
Code pads are not number correctly (see * 94 code pad program).
Expander connected is not seen by system. Enter and Exit program mode.
You are trying to zone double a NX4 panel (not supported).
Only the Hills Reliance 8, Reliance 12, and Reliance 128 can be zone doubled.
Any device connected to the data terminal on the Hills Reliance system can cause an
expander trouble condition.

 

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 2.
Zone Tamper has been activated. Press the (2) key and the zone(s) that activated
the tamper will be displayed. Press the (#) key twice to exit. Press  7 is reset
tamper condition.

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 3.
Low Battery (wireless zones only). Press the (3) key and the wireless zone(s) with
low battery will be displayed. Press the (#) key twice to exit.

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 4.
Loss of Supervision (wireless zone only). Press the (4) key and the wireless zone(s)

with Loss of Supervision will be displayed. Press the (#) key twice to exit.

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 5.
Zone Trouble. Press the (5) key and the zone that has trouble will be displayed. Zone
trouble only applies to Fire type zones. Press the (#) key twice to exit. Press  7 to
reset zone trouble condition.

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 6.
Telephone line trouble/Line cut, when telephone line is cut from panel.
Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 7.
When light number 7 is lit this indicates that the panel has failed to communicate to
the base station. This led can only be extinguished by communicating to the base.
Check Phone No, Account Code and Format programming.
Press the (#) key twice to exit.

Service Light “ON” – Pressing * 2 displays LED 8.
When light 8 is lit this indicates that the panel has lost time. Press the (#) key twice to exit.
To set system time:
* 97 (Enter Program code), enter time (4 digits) Eg 10:30am = 1030

Setup back to base monitoring

  • *8
  • 9713 (Installer Code)
  • 0#
  • 4# 1*3*4*5*1*1*8*9* (Monitoring Center Receiver Number 1) Your monitoring centre will have this.
  • 5# 1*2*3*4* (Client account number) Your monitoring centre will have this.
  • 6# 1* (Contact ID)
  • 7# 1*3*4*5*1*1*8*9* (Monitoring Center Receiver Number 2) Your monitoring centre will have this.

Setup Daily Test:

  • *8
  • 9713 (Installer Code)
  • 0#
  • 32#
  • 8*168*3*42* 

Programming The LED Code Pads

This section describes how to program the address and area of each code pad as well as the options that are available. The code pad address allows the panel to monitor and supervise the connected code pads and report code pad communication faults.

The factory default for the Master code is [1][2][3][4] when using a 4-digit code or [1][2][3][4][5][6] for a 6-digit code. The factory default for the ‘Go To Program’ code is [9][7][1][3] for a 4-digit code or [9][7][1][3][0][0] for a 6-digit code.

Setting The LED Code Pad Starting Zone – Function [9] [2]

Your system must be in the Disarmed state to program the code pad settings Press the [*][9][2] keys

Enter the Starting zone number from 1 to 128.Enter the [Program Code]

Note that older code pads only support up to 48 zones (i.e. non “E” versions”). Keep this in mind when expanding a site by replacing the panel – some code pads may also need replacing. On sites with >48 zones it is recommended to use an LCD code pad.

Press [*] to save changes and exit this function

Setting The LED Code Pad Options – Function [9] [3]

Your system must be in the disarmed state to program the code pad settings

Press the [*][9][3] keys

Enter the [Program Code]. The ‘Service’ LED will flash

LEDs 1-8 can now be toggled on/off to enable/disable the functions listed in the table below:

LED Code Pad Option Enabled
1 Enable Code Pad tamper switch
2 Enable Silent Code Pad option
3 Enable Ding Dong sound for Chime – If off, chime will be a single tone.
4 Enable Key-press Silence option (silences the pulsing code pad sounder for 5 seconds when a key is pressed)
5 Enable Armed Status Suppression (faulted or bypassed zones will not display on code pad when system armed)
6 Enable Panic, Fire, Medical Beep-tone (will sound a short beep to verify that the key-press was accepted)
7 Suppresses the ‘Service’ LED (will not allow the ‘Service’ LED to illuminate for any reason. If there is a system trouble, pressing [*][2] will still show the service menu.)
8

Enable multi-area viewing (enables temporary viewing of all areas by pressing

[*][1][Area Number])

After enabling/disabling the desired functions press [] to save changes and exit this function.

Setting The LED Code Pad Number And Area Options

– Function [9] [4]

Your system must be in the disarmed state to program the code pad settings Press the [*][9][4] key

Press [*] – The ‘Instant’ LED will illuminate steady and the ‘Service’ LED will remain flashingEnter the [Program Code] – The ‘Service’ LED will flash Enter the code pad number [1-8]

Enter the [Area Number] for the code pad (the code pad will automatically exit this mode at this time)

Set Elapsed Hours Since Last Auto Test – Function [9] [5]

Your system must be in the disarmed state to program the code pad settings Press the [*][9][5] keys

Enter [100’s digit] – [10’s digit] – [1’s digit] for the elapsed hoursEnter the [Program Code] – The ‘Service’ LED will flash

Example: if you have programmed the Auto-Test intervals to report every 72 hours, the value in this function will determine the first time the auto test report is made, so to have the first test occur in 12 hours and then every 72 hours, simply subtract the 12 from 72 which gives you a value of 60 hours. The value in this function would be [6][0].

Press the [#] key to exit this function

Set System Date – Function [9] [6]

Press the [*][9][6] keys Enter the [Master Code]

Enter the ‘Day Code’ – this must always be two (2) digits.

Enter the ‘Day of Week Code’:
1 = Sunday 3 = Tuesday 5 = Thursday 7 = Saturday
2 = Monday 4 = Wednesday 6 = Friday  
Enter the ‘Month Code’ – this must be two (2) digits:
01 = January 05 = May 09 = September
02 = February 06 = June 10 = October
03 = March 07 = July 11 = November
04 = April 08 = August 12 = December


Example: 
The 5th would be entered as [0][5]

Enter the last two digits of the ‘Year Code’. ExampleFor 2006 enter [0][6].

Setting The System Clock – Function [9] [7]

Press the [*][9][7] keys. Enter the [Master Code]


Example:
Enter 12:00 am as [0][0], 7.00 AM as [0][7], and 5:00 PM as [1][7].Enter the ‘Hour Code’, which must be two (2) digits. Note: The clock is a 24-hour clock.

Enter the ‘Minutes Code’, which must be two (2) digits.

Example7 minutes after the hour would be entered [0] [7].

Assigning User Code Authority Levels – Function [6]

Assign user codes before assigning authority levels Press the [*][6] key


Note:
a user changing the authority of another user can only add or remove area authorization for areas to which they have access.Enter a [Master Arm/Disarm Code]

The ready light will flash

Enter the 2 digit ‘user number’ to be assigned authority. (The ready light is constant and the partial light will flash).

Lights illuminated indicate the authority levels assigned to this code. You may toggle (turn on/off) the authority level by pressing the number for that authority level. An explanation of the lights is listed below:

LED Attributes if LED 8 is off LED Attributes if LED 8 is on
1 Reserved 1 Activate output 1
2 Arm Only 2 Activate output 2
3 Arm Only After Close Window 3 Activate output 3
  1. Master arm/disarm (can program other codes)
  2. Arm/disarm code
  3. Allowed to bypass zones (see F23)
  4. Code will send open / close reports
  5. If LED 8 is off, LEDs 1-7 will use the details in this column
  6. Activate output 4
  7. Arm/disarm
  8. Bypass zones
  9. Open / Close reporting
  10. If LED 8 is on, LEDs 1-7 will use the details in this column

Note you cannot set attributes on both sides of the table above (e.g. Arm Only and Activate output 3).

Press the [*] key. The ready light will flash. This moves you to the area enable. (The user has access to areas that are illuminated by the LEDs.)

The illuminated numbers indicate each area where the user has access. To change any of the areas where the user has access, press numbers corresponding to areas where you want to give the user access or deny access. Refer to chart shown below:

LED Areas Assigned LED Areas Assigned
1 Area 1 5 Area 5
2 Area 2 6 Area 6
3 Area 3 7 Area 7
4 Area 4 8 Area 8

Example: If zone LED 2 is lit, then the user is assigned access to area 2. By pressing the [2] key, the light will go off, denying access to area 2.

When the areas are assigned, press the [] key, returning you to Step 4. You may then enter another user number to assign authority level. Repeat Steps 4 – 8 until you have assigned authority levels to all user numbers.

Press the [#] key to exit the Assigning Authority Level Program.

Note: Any master arm/disarm code can add or change a user code if the master code has access to the same areas as the code being added/changed. Consequently, when programming the user codes for such a systemleave at least one code (can be ‘Go To Program Code’ if enabled in Feature 2) access to all areas or you will not be able to add new users. If you desire the end user to be able to add new codes, you must remove the area authority from all blank codes.

Walk Test Mode – Function [*] [Chime]

Press the [*][Chime] keys

Step 1

Enter a [Master Arm/Disarm Code]

Step 2

Now all zones become 24 hour, silent and local (non reporting zones). By faulting any zone, that zone will latch its zone light on the LED code pad, and sound the Chime. The Chime will continue to sound each time a zone is faulted. Once all zone are tested (zone lights lit on the LED code pad) go to step 3.

Enter a [Master Arm/Disarm Code]

Step 3

Call Back Download [*] [9] [8] and Answer Call [*] [9] [9]

Pressing [*]-[9]-[8] while the system is disarmed will cause the control panel to initiate a call back for a download connection (remote access). Note: a valid user code may be required after [*][9][8] if enabled in Feature 0.

Step 1

Pressing [*]-[9]-[9] while the system is disarmed will cause the control panel to seize the phone line for a download connection (remote access). Note: a valid user code may be required after [*][9][9] if enabled in Feature 0.

 

Default Zone Configurations

Zones can be programmed to be one of 32 different zone configurations (zone types). Configurations 1 to 20 can be modified in the configuration group section of this manual. Configuration groups 21 to 31 are factory set and cannot be altered. Choose one of the 30 default zone configurations to program into each of the zone configuration segments (e.g. features 18, 20, 59, 61, 63, 65, 119, 121, etc). Study this table for the appropriate zone configuration group for each zone.

Data Default Zone Configuration
0 new Zone Disabled
1 Entry / Exit Delay 1: Partial – Forced Arming – A trip will start entry delay 1. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options.
2 Entry / Exit Delay 1: Chime – Forced Arming – A trip will start entry delay 1. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type will set the code pad chime if set via the code pad [Chime] key.
3 Entry / Exit Delay 1: Partial – Chime – Forced Arming – A trip will start entry delay 1. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will set the code pad chime if set via the code pad [Chime] key.
 
Data Default Zone Configuration
4 Entry / Exit Delay 2: Partial – Forced Arming – A trip will start entry delay 2. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options.
5 Entry / Exit Delay 2: Partial – Chime – Forced Arming – A trip will start entry delay 2. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will set the code pad chime if set via the code pad [Chime] key.
6 Handover: Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options.
7 Handover: Partial – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options.
 
8 Handover: Twin Trip – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm.
9 Handover: Group Isolate – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
 
10 Handover: Twin Trip – Chime – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm. This zone type will set the code pad chime if set via the code pad [Chime] key.
11 Handover: Partial – Twin Trip – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm.
12 Handover: Partial – Group Bypass – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
13 Handover: Twin Trip – Group Bypass – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
14 Handover: Partial – Twin Trip – Group Isolate – Forced Arming – Interior zone that follows the entry delay zones. Instant alarm type unless an entry zone if faulted first. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
15 Instant: – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode.
16 Instant: Partial – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be active in partial mode.
 
17 Instant: Partial (no DEOL) – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type will not be enabled for dual end of line monitoring if enabled in the system options.
 
18 Instant: Twin Trip – Forced Arming – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type may be faulted while arming if forced arming is enabled in the area options. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm.
 
19 Instant: Group Bypass – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
20 Instant: Partial – Chime – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type will set the code pad chime if set via the code pad [Chime] key.
 
Data Default Zone Configuration (Zones 21-31 are not reprogrammable)
21 Instant: Partial – Twin Trip – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm.
22 Instant: Partial – Group Bypass – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be active in partial mode and will be part of the group bypass zones.
23 Instant: Twin Trip – Group Bypass – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
24 Instant: Partial – Twin Trip – Group Bypass – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be active in partial mode. This zone type will require two triggers or another zone would have to have been trigged before it will activate an alarm. This zone type will be part of the group bypass zones.
25 Instant: Local – Produces an instant alarm if tripped when armed. Ignored when disarmed. This zone will be bypassed in partial mode. This zone will not activate the communicator.
 
26 24 Hour: Audible – A trip on a 24 Hour zone produces an instant alarm when armed or disarmed. This zone type will set sirens.
27 24 Hour: Silent – A trip on a 24 Hour zone produces an instant alarm when armed or disarmed. This zone type will not set sirens.
28 Fire: – A short on a fire zone will create an alarm condition when the system is armed or disarmed. An open will create a Trouble condition. Requires smoke detectors wired Normally Open. Code pad zone LED is steady for fire condition and flashing for trouble condition. After a fire activation, press [*] [7] on the code pad to clear & reset fire zone. Note: 120 seconds of chamber full = alarm.
 
29 Day Zone: – When armed, a trip produces an instant alarm. When disarmed, a trip activates the code pad sounder.
30 Key-Switch: – A zone attached to a momentary key switch will arm/disarm the panel if the zone is momentarily shorted from a sealed condition. A 3.3K resister must be used. Note: If DEOL monitoring is enabled in system options, this zone type must have its EOL configuration as all other DEOL zones, i.e. two 3.3K resistors must be used to allow full line monitoring for this zone type.
31 Chime: – This zone will sound a ding-dong on code pads when unsealed. Alarm activation will occur if armed.
 

Auxiliary Output Event Selection

Data Event Data Event
0 Burglary Alarm 28 Expander Trouble
1 Fire Alarm 29 Dynamic Battery Test Time
2 24 Hour Alarm 30 Open Period
3 Trouble Alarm 31 Closed Period
4 Tamper Alarm 32 Listen-In
5 Yelping Siren 33 Line Seizure
6 Steady Siren 34 Reserved
7 Any Siren 35 Fail To Communicate
8 Any Bypass 36 Telephone Line Fault
9 AC Fail 37 Program Mode
10 Low Battery 38 Download In Process
11 Duress 39 Smoke Reset (only for Reliance 8)
12 Aux 1 Code Pad Zone 40 Short Circuit
13 Aux 2 Code Pad Zone 41 Box Tamper
14 Panic Code Pad Zone 42 Siren Tamper
15 Code Pad Tamper 43 Any Open
16 Auto-test 44 Any Short
17 Alarm Memory 45 Any Fault (open/short on non-fire zone)
18 Entry 46 Any Alarm
19 Exit 47 Beeping Code Pad
20 Entry or Exit 48 Code Entry (see note below)
21 Armed State 49 ITI Keyfob Light Key (function 1)
22 Disarmed State 50 ITI Keyfob * Key (function 2)
23 Ready 51 Strobe
24 Not Ready 52 new True (always on)
25 Fire 53 new False (always off)
26 Fire Trouble 54 new Door Unlocked
27 Chime 55 new Access Alarm (e.g. see F68-Seg4-Op4)

Note: When event 48 is programmed, it is possible to program a user code’s authorization to select which output(s) a particular code will activate. When LED 8 is on for authorization, then LEDs 1- 4 correspond to that code activating outputs 1 – 4 respectively. Refer to the code pad programming section in this manual.

 

Programming Feature Descriptions

Feature 0

Feature 0, segment 1 is used to enable the 6 digit user code option. If 6-digit option is enabled, all arm/disarm codes, the ‘Go To Program Code’ and duress code are 6 digits. If this option is enabled, the default user 1 code is [1][2][3][4][5][6]. The Hills Reliance 128 has 99 four (4) digit user codes or 66 six (6) digit user codes, the Hills  Reliance 12 has 40 codes, the Hills Reliance 8 has 8 codes. Segment 2 is used to enable user code requirement for functions [ß][9][8] (perform call back download) and [ß][9][9] (answer incoming call for download).

 

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