Response Systems Monitor Systems 1000 CORNELL Communications, Inc. – www.cornell.com WI USA 6/04 SERIES DOOR MONITOR AND WIRING INSTRUCTIONS SYSTEM OPERATION: zone switch contains a red and a green LED. Each time the zone switch is pressed, the zone status toggles between and disarmed. green LED indicates the disarmed status. The associated door may be opened without causing an alarm. A short open in the door contact wiring will cause the panel to go into the alarm condition. steady red LED indicates the armed status. If an armed door is opened, the alarm condition occurs. The re d LED will and an intermittent audio tone will sound. Pressing the cancel tone switch on the master panel will silence the audio but will not clear the alarm. If another zone should go into the alarm condition, the tone would again sound until t he tone switch is pressed or until all alarms are canceled. cancel an alarm, simply press and release the zone switch. This will return the zone to the disarmed status and cancel the alarm. SUPPLY REQUIREMENT: A-1000 Series Door Monitor System is designed to operate on regulated 12VDC power. Connecting an AC power or a DC power supply with a voltage above 12V will damage the system. Make sure you are using one of the CORNELL power supplies: P-512241A, P-512243A, or the B-5243A. Use minimum 18 gauge 2 conductor from power supply to the Master Panel. The B-5243A power supply provides battery back up allowing a typical to operate 24 hours or more on back-up power. wiring to be minimum 22 gauge unless otherwise specified. Refer to drawing D1000W-A for basic system wiring FEATURES: alarm volume – Volume of intermittent tone is adjustable with a screwdriver from the front of the panel. Door contacts – The system can use either normally open (N.O.) or normally closed (N.C.) contacts. Two 22 wires required between door switch and zone card. Refer the drawing D1000W-A. output per zone – Each zone card has a switched negative (open collector) transistor output at 9, which turns on whenever that zone is in the alarm condition. Rating: 500mA, 40VDC output, system – The terminal on the tone board is a switched negative (open collector) output, which turns on whenever any zone is in the alarm condition. Automatically turns off when all are canceled. Rating: 100mA, 12VDC Door Status Output – Each zone card has a door status output at terminal 11 -switched negative, (open collector) that turns on whenever the door is open, regardless of armed/disarmed status. Rating: 100mA, 12VDC Switch Disable – Cutting the factory installed Zone Switch Enable jumper between terminals 1 and 3 of a card will disable the zone switch from making changes in the armed/disarmed status of the door. Status will then only be possible using a remote zone control product (see OPTIONS-REMOTE ZONE PRODUCTS). Switch Disable during alarm – Cutting jumper J1 on a zone card will disable the zone switch from making in the armed/disarmed status of the door only when the zone is in the alarm condition. The zone switch still function while the zone is either disarmed or armed. Once in the alarm condition, clearing the alar m will be possible from a remote zone control product. Note: If the Zone Switch Enable jumper (see Zone Switch is cut, the zone switch will be disabled under all conditions. ZONE MONITOR/CONTROL PRODUCTS -The Remote Control Panel duplicates the functions of the Master Panel except it has a high/low switch instead a Tone switch for control of the alarm tone. When the Master Panel tone is silenced the tone for the Remote Panel is also silenced. Individual zones have one green LED, one red LED, and a momentary three position, neutral toggle switch. Activating the toggle switch to the left or right will disarm or arm the zone, respectively. than one A-1600 panel may be used. Two 18-gauge conductors, one 22-gauge conductor plus four 22-gauge conductors per zone, all to master panel.