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AS-9000 series alarm control host instructions (Industrial)

Ⅰ:Function Instruction

1.1 Profile

Athenalarm AS-9000 Series Alarm Control Host supports 16 wired zone, 30 wireless zone, 1800 bus zone. It adopts advanced 32-bit ARM microprocessor. This guarantees the high integration, high reliability and a variety of flexible interface. It can store 6 groups of alarm telephone number, and at the same time two groups center number (e.g., the public security bureau 110 turning center). It can upload alarm information through PSTN, GSM, GPRS, TCP/IP communication networks. The alarm host is suitable for families, residential quarters, villas, commercial auxiliary networking, the financial system, authority institutions, industrial parks, schools, libraries, hospitals, and many other areas. It is an ideal choice because it is easy to install, with LCD display keypad, voice prompt and menu operation.

1.2 Precautions

If you want to set the local Public Security Bureau’s number as central alarm number, you need get the consent from the Bureau beforehand.

Only after check all the system without any problem can you connect to the power.

It can only use DC12V 7AH sealed lead-acid battery. And be noted that red positive wire should pole to the positive (+) of battery, while the black negative wire should pole to the negative (-) of battery. Incorrect wiring will cause damage to the alarm host.

Maximum charging currency:1.5A

When install or connect the wires, pay attention to avoid using metal touch attack or hand touch to other electronic components of the circuit board.

To avoid wrong wiring and convenient maintenance, it is recommended that each root access line be labeled.

Must disconnect all power and telephone lines before repair.

1.3 Functions

1.4 Main Technical Performance Indicators

1.5 System Operation

1.3, 1.4, 1.5 are same as the previous page.

Ⅱ:Installation and Wiring Instruction

2.1 Main board lights indicate:

2.1.1 Power indicator light, light on when power on

2.1.2 System working state, light flashes

2.1.3 Battery indicator light: Light on means the battery is normal and full charged. Slow flash means charging. Light off means disconnect to the battery. Fast flash means discharge (when AC power is disconnected).

2.1.4 Bus state indicator. (Not used by far).

2.1.5 Telephone line state indicator: Off means disconnect to telephone line. On means normal connect to telephone. Fast flash means there is a calling. Slow flash means line busy. Slow flash (but bright for a short time) means need to use the telephone line (but telephone line is disconnected).

2.2 Power Supply Connection

2.2.1 Transformer connection: two red lines connect to AC220V input, while two black lines connect to AC20V output connector of main board (connected by the factory.)
2.2.2 DC12V battery connection: Red wire on the circuit main board connects to the positive pole of acid-lead battery while black wire connects to the negative pole of acid-lead battery.
2.2.3 Auxiliary power output: In case of connecting to external power, if the auxiliary power is short circuit, the alarm host will power down no more than 20 seconds and recover. But the auxiliary power output will close. When only AC power supply, if the auxiliary power is overload (not full short), it may cause main board intermittent power supply (similar like jitter).
In case of battery power supply, should cut the power immediately, and plug the battery again and recover AC supply.
Auxiliary power current exceed 1.1A for long time (>30 seconds), the auxiliary power output will close and recover automatically after exclude the fault.

2.3 Connection of Wired Detectors

2.3.1 Connect the output of wired detectors: (zone 1 to zone 8)
The zone is default as N.C., so connect the signal wire to N.C. port of detector. If connect to the N.O. port, should set the corresponding zone as N.O.by program beforehand. (No need connect to resistant)
2.3.2 Connect wired detector to power supply: Connect the positive pole of wired detector to positive pole of 12V output of main board (no exceed of 1A). And negative pole to negative accordingly.
2.3.3 We can short circuit the zones that do not use. Or choose to prohibit the corresponding zone alarm by program.

2.4 Connection of Siren

Siren port: Connect the positive pole of siren to connector bell of main board while negative pole to the common GND pole.

2.5 Telephone Line Connection

The external telephone line and telephone connect to the telephone terminal of main board.

2.6 Monitor Head Connection

Insert the special monitor head into the microphone socket.

2.7 Installation of Keypad

2.7.1 Fix the bracket of keypad, and buckle the keypad to it.
2.7.2 Keypad connection: Plug the data cable to J3 connector on the back of keypad. Another end insert to J11 white socket of main board. Or connect the red and black wire to 12V output of main board. (Pay attention to positive and negative). Green and yellow wires of keypad connect to the corresponding color wires of main board.
The distance is 1000 meters.

2.8 Only Use Wireless detectors, Not Use Wired Detectors (wireless zone from zone 21 to 50)

If use the wireless detector, should close the wired zones by the below methods:
1)Use wires to short circuit the zone terminals on the main board.

2)Prohibit the corresponding zones by choosing the program.

3)set the corresponding zone as N.O.by program.

  • Special Tips: Before supply power to the host, please check carefully that all wires are connected correctly. Prevent positive and negative pole misconnection of power line, siren line and sensor power line. And prevent short circuit or detector power line and signal line short circuit.

 

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