CID

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by ET, Jul 23, 2006.

  1. ET

    ET Guest

    Anyone know where I can find a listing of Contact ID codes ?\

    Thanks
    ET, Jul 23, 2006
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  2. > Anyone know where I can find a listing of Contact ID codes ?

    This is a few years old. There may be a few revisions. Also, note that few
    if any panels implement the entire code due and some manufacturers (DSC, for
    example) allow the installer to create custom signals.

    If you need the entire SIA document let me know.

    --

    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    941-866-1100 Sales & Tech Support
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>


    ALARMS

    Medical Alarms -100

    100 Medical Zone
    101 Personal Emergency Zone
    102 Fail to report in Zone


    Fire Alarms -110

    110 Fire Zone
    111 Smoke Zone
    112 Combustion Zone
    113 Water flow Zone
    114 Heat Zone
    115 Pull Station Zone
    116 Duct Zone
    117 Flame Zone
    118 Near Alarm Zone


    Panic Alarms -120

    120 Panic Zone
    121 Duress User
    122 Silent Zone
    123 Audible Zone
    124 Duress - Access granted Zone
    125 Duress - Egress granted Zone

    Burglar Alarms -130

    130 Burglary Zone
    131 Perimeter Zone
    132 Interior Zone
    133 24 Hour (Safe) Zone
    134 Entry/Exit Zone
    135 Day/night Zone
    136 Outdoor Zone
    137 Tamper Zone
    138 Near alarm Zone
    139 Intrusion Verifier Zone


    General Alarm - 140

    140 General Alarm Zone
    141 Polling loop open Zone
    142 Polling loop short Zone
    143 Expansion module failure Zone
    144 Sensor tamper Zone
    145 Expansion module tamper Zone
    146 Silent Burglary Zone
    147 Sensor Supervision Failure Zone

    24 Hour Non-Burglary - 150 and 160

    150 24 Hour Non-Burglary Zone
    151 Gas detected Zone
    152 Refrigeration Zone
    153 Loss of heat Zone
    154 Water Leakage Zone
    155 Foil Break Zone
    156 Day Trouble Zone
    157 Low bottled gas level Zone
    158 High temp Zone
    159 Low temp Zone
    161 Loss of air flow Zone
    162 Carbon Monoxide detected Zone
    163 Tank level Zone

    SUPERVISORY

    Fire Supervisory - 200 and 210

    200 Fire Supervisory Zone
    201 Low water pressure Zone
    202 Low CO2 Zone
    203 Gate valve sensor Zone
    204 Low water level Zone
    205 Pump activated Zone
    206 Pump failure Zone

    TROUBLES

    System Troubles -300 and 310

    300 System Trouble Zone
    301 AC Loss Zone
    302 Low system battery Zone
    303 RAM Checksum bad Zone
    304 ROM checksum bad Zone
    305 System reset Zone
    306 Panel programming changed Zone
    307 Self-test failure Zone
    308 System shutdown Zone
    309 Battery test failure Zone
    310 Ground fault Zone
    311 Battery Missing/Dead Zone
    312 Power Supply Overcurrent Zone
    313 Engineer Reset User

    Sounder / Relay Troubles -320

    320 Sounder/Relay Zone
    321 Bell 1 Zone
    322 Bell 2 Zone
    323 Alarm relay Zone
    324 Trouble relay Zone
    325 Reversing relay Zone
    326 Notification Appliance Ckt. # 3 Zone
    327 Notification Appliance Ckt. #4 Zone

    System Peripheral Trouble -330 and 340

    330 System Peripheral trouble Zone
    331 Polling loop open Zone
    332 Polling loop short Zone
    333 Expansion module failure Zone
    334 Repeater failure Zone
    335 Local printer out of paper Zone
    336 Local printer failure Zone
    337 Exp. Module DC Loss Zone
    338 Exp. Module Low Batt. Zone
    339 Exp. Module Reset Zone
    341 Exp. Module Tamper Zone
    342 Exp. Module AC Loss Zone
    343 Exp. Module self-test fail Zone
    344 RF Receiver Jam Detect Zone

    Communication Troubles -350 and 360

    350 Communication trouble Zone
    351 Telco 1 fault Zone
    352 Telco 2 fault Zone
    353 Long Range Radio xmitter fault Zone
    354 Failure to communicate event Zone
    355 Loss of Radio supervision Zone
    356 Loss of central polling Zone
    357 Long Range Radio VSWR problem Zone

    Protection Loop -370

    370 Protection loop Zone
    371 Protection loop open Zone
    372 Protection loop short Zone
    373 Fire trouble Zone
    374 Exit error alarm (zone) Zone
    375 Panic zone trouble Zone
    376 Hold-up zone trouble Zone
    377 Swinger Trouble Zone
    378 Cross-zone Trouble Zone

    Sensor Trouble -380

    380 Sensor trouble Zone
    381 Loss of supervision - RF Zone
    382 Loss of supervision - RPM Zone
    383 Sensor tamper Zone
    384 RF low battery Zone
    385 Smoke detector Hi sensitivity Zone
    386 Smoke detector Low sensitivity Zone
    387 Intrusion detector Hi sensitivity Zone
    388 Intrusion detector Low sensitivity Zone
    389 Sensor self-test failure Zone
    391 Sensor Watch trouble Zone
    392 Drift Compensation Error Zone
    393 Maintenance Alert Zone


    OPEN/CLOSE/REMOTE ACCESS

    Open/Close -400, 440,450
    400 Open/Close User
    401 O/C by user User
    402 Group O/C User
    403 Automatic O/C User
    404 Late to O/C (Note: use 453, 454 instead ) User
    405 Deferred O/C (Obsolete- do not use ) User
    406 Cancel User
    407 Remote arm/disarm User
    408 Quick arm User
    409 Keyswitch O/C User

    441 Armed STAY User
    442 Keyswitch Armed STAY User

    450 Exception O/C User
    451 Early O/C User
    452 Late O/C User
    453 Failed to Open User
    454 Failed to Close User
    455 Auto-arm Failed User
    456 Partial Arm User
    457 Exit Error (user) User
    458 User on Premises User
    459 Recent Close User
    461 Wrong Code Entry Zone
    462 Legal Code Entry User
    463 Re-arm after Alarm User
    464 Auto-arm Time Extended User
    465 Panic Alarm Reset Zone
    466 Service On/Off Premises User


    Remote Access -410
    411 Callback request made User
    412 Successful download/access User
    413 Unsuccessful access User
    414 System shutdown command received User
    415 Dialer shutdown command received User
    416 Successful Upload Zone

    Access control -420,430

    421 Access denied User
    422 Access report by user User
    423 Forced Access Zone
    424 Egress Denied User
    425 Egress Granted User
    426 Access Door propped open Zone
    427 Access point Door Status Monitor trouble Zone
    428 Access point Request To Exit trouble Zone
    429 Access program mode entry User
    430 Access program mode exit User
    431 Access threat level change User
    432 Access relay/trigger fail Zone
    433 Access RTE shunt Zone
    434 Access DSM shunt Zone

    BYPASSES / DISABLES

    System Disables -500 and 510

    501 Access reader disable Zone

    Sounder / Relay Disables -520

    520 Sounder/Relay Disable Zone
    521 Bell 1 disable Zone
    522 Bell 2 disable Zone
    523 Alarm relay disable Zone
    524 Trouble relay disable Zone
    525 Reversing relay disable Zone
    526 Notification Appliance Ckt. # 3 disable Zone
    527 Notification Appliance Ckt. # 4 disable Zone


    System Peripheral Disables -530 and 540

    531 Module Added Zone
    532 Module Removed Zone

    Communication Disables -550 and 560

    551 Dialer disabled Zone
    552 Radio transmitter disabled Zone
    553 Remote Upload/Download disabled Zone

    Bypasses -570

    570 Zone/Sensor bypass Zone
    571 Fire bypass Zone
    572 24 Hour zone bypass Zone
    573 Burg. Bypass Zone
    574 Group bypass User
    575 Swinger bypass Zone
    576 Access zone shunt Zone
    577 Access point bypass Zone

    TEST / MISC.

    Test/Misc. -600, 610

    601 Manual trigger test report Zone
    602 Periodic test report Zone
    603 Periodic RF transmission Zone
    604 Fire test User
    605 Status report to follow Zone
    606 Listen-in to follow Zone
    607 Walk test mode User
    608 Periodic test - System Trouble Present Zone
    609 Video Xmitter active Zone

    611 Point tested OK Zone
    612 Point not tested Zone
    613 Intrusion Zone Walk Tested Zone
    614 Fire Zone Walk Tested Zone
    615 Panic Zone Walk Tested Zone
    616 Service Request Zone


    Event Log -620

    621 Event Log reset Zone
    622 Event Log 50% full Zone
    623 Event Log 90% full Zone
    624 Event Log overflow Zone
    625 Time/Date reset User
    626 Time/Date inaccurate Zone
    627 Program mode entry Zone
    628 Program mode exit Zone
    629 32 Hour Event log marker Zone


    Scheduling -630

    630 Schedule change Zone
    631 Exception schedule change Zone
    632 Access schedule change Zone

    Personnel Monitoring -640

    641 Senior Watch Trouble Zone
    642 Latch-key Supervision User

    Misc. -650

    651 Reserved for Ademco Use Zone
    652 Reserved for Ademco Use User
    653 Reserved for Ademco Use User
    654 System Inactivity Zone


    --

    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    941-866-1100 Sales & Tech Support
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
    Robert L Bass, Jul 23, 2006
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  3. ET

    Bob La Londe Guest

    "Robert L Bass" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >> Anyone know where I can find a listing of Contact ID codes ?

    >
    > This is a few years old. There may be a few revisions. Also, note that
    > few if any panels implement the entire code due and some manufacturers
    > (DSC, for example) allow the installer to create custom signals.


    I know the FBII XL-4 allowed you to customize the codes. It was a pain too.


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    Bob La Londe, Jul 23, 2006
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  4. ET

    Mark Leuck Guest

    "Bob La Londe" <> wrote in message
    news:44c3a356$0$17330$...
    > "Robert L Bass" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > >> Anyone know where I can find a listing of Contact ID codes ?

    > >
    > > This is a few years old. There may be a few revisions. Also, note that
    > > few if any panels implement the entire code due and some manufacturers
    > > (DSC, for example) allow the installer to create custom signals.

    >
    > I know the FBII XL-4 allowed you to customize the codes. It was a pain

    too.

    All later FBI panels would let you do that
    Mark Leuck, Jul 23, 2006
    #4
  5. > I know the FBII XL-4 allowed you to customize the codes. It was a pain
    > too.


    It would be far better if they stuck to the standard or at least left the
    option to auto-select standard codes by setting a single data point.

    --

    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    941-866-1100 Sales & Tech Support
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
    Robert L Bass, Jul 23, 2006
    #5
  6. ET

    Mark Leuck Guest

    "Robert L Bass" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > > I know the FBII XL-4 allowed you to customize the codes. It was a pain
    > > too.

    >
    > It would be far better if they stuck to the standard or at least left the
    > option to auto-select standard codes by setting a single data point.
    >
    > --
    >
    > Regards,
    > Robert L Bass


    It would be far better if FBI allowed you to do that which it doesn't.
    Mark Leuck, Jul 24, 2006
    #6
  7. ET

    ET Guest

    Anyone know about the Napco 1632 Panel ?

    I'm using contact ID but there are a few code in the misc section that
    aren't filled in. Do I need to or are they built in. Also when I try to
    enter a code it tell me only 1 digit is allowed ?

    Thanks





    rk Leuck" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > "Robert L Bass" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >> > I know the FBII XL-4 allowed you to customize the codes. It was a pain
    >> > too.

    >>
    >> It would be far better if they stuck to the standard or at least left the
    >> option to auto-select standard codes by setting a single data point.
    >>
    >> --
    >>
    >> Regards,
    >> Robert L Bass

    >
    > It would be far better if FBI allowed you to do that which it doesn't.
    >
    >
    ET, Jul 24, 2006
    #7
  8. ET

    Bob La Londe Guest

    The P1632 uses all the standard default codes in CID reporting mode.


    "ET" <> wrote in message news:Ab3xg.7754$yN3.2328@trnddc04...
    > Anyone know about the Napco 1632 Panel ?
    >
    > I'm using contact ID but there are a few code in the misc section that
    > aren't filled in. Do I need to or are they built in. Also when I try to
    > enter a code it tell me only 1 digit is allowed ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > rk Leuck" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    >>
    >> "Robert L Bass" <> wrote in message
    >> news:...
    >>> > I know the FBII XL-4 allowed you to customize the codes. It was a
    >>> > pain
    >>> > too.
    >>>
    >>> It would be far better if they stuck to the standard or at least left
    >>> the
    >>> option to auto-select standard codes by setting a single data point.
    >>>
    >>> --
    >>>
    >>> Regards,
    >>> Robert L Bass

    >>
    >> It would be far better if FBI allowed you to do that which it doesn't.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >




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    Bob La Londe, Jul 24, 2006
    #8
  9. > I'm using contact ID but there are a few code in the misc section that
    > aren't filled in. Do I need to or are they built in. Also when I try to
    > enter a code it tell me only 1 digit is allowed ?


    When usinf Contact ID the Napco panel automatically sets all of the misc
    codes for you. You only need to program which items will report and to
    which receiver they will be sent.

    --

    Regards,
    Robert L Bass

    =============================>
    Bass Home Electronics
    4883 Fallcrest Circle
    Sarasota · Florida · 34233
    941-866-1100 Sales & Tech Support
    http://www.bassburglaralarms.com
    =============================>
    Robert L Bass, Jul 25, 2006
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