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Alarm SystemUser Manual- Ver. 3.0 Voice Plus- Ver. 4.0 Voice PlusSpecificaƟons are subject to change without noƟce.Defender is a registered trademark of defender Co, Ltd. Other brands and product names are trademarks of their respecƟve holders.Copyright @ 2009. All rights reserved.Defender Co, Ltd.Monitor Control Surveillance

For Your SafetyBefore opera ng the system, please com rm the correct input power voltage.Defender Alarm Shortcut Key Away Arm: Press Bu on A for 3 Sec Home Arm: Press Bu on H for 3 Sec Disarm: Press (4 Digit Password) Bypass Zone: Press *(4 Digit Password)(No of Zone)# Change Password: Press *6(4 Digit Password)0(New 4 Digit Password)(New 4 Digit Password) Tel No Se ng: Press *7(4 Digit Password)1(Tel. No)#1 for se ng User 1, 2 for User 2, 3 for User 3, 4 for User 4CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT REMOVE COVER (ON BACK),NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICEPERSONNEL.The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle isintended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute arisk of electric shock to persons.The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the userto the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructionsin the literature accompanying the appliance.Telephone Control Manual4 Digit Password is 1234 Press 0 to Disarm Press 1 to Arm Press 2 for Home Automa on Control Press 3 for Bypass Se ng Press 4 for Panic Alarm Press # to ExitINFORMATION - This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits of the FCCRules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interferencewhen the equipment is operatedWARNING - Do not change or modify any parts or component used and approved by themanufacturer.WARNING - To prevent electric shock and risk of fire hazards:Do NOT use power sources other than that specified.Do NOT expose this appliance to rain or moisture.This installation should be made by a qualified service person andshould conform to all local codes.Monitor Control Surveillance138Monitor Control Surveillance

System InstallaƟon InformaƟonWarning & CauƟonsDescripƟonZoneEntranceInternal DelayInstant24 hour1234567This informa on is provided to ensure your safety and to prevent any losses. Please read it carefully anduse the product accordingly.*For product inquiries, please contact the retail shop where you bought the system. Please make sure the product is installed at proper place to insure system operate properly.8Warning/AƩenƟon/Special Mark MessagesIgnoring this information mayresult in death or serious personal injuries.Ignoring this information mayresult in material loss or personal injuries.Indicates”Never Allowed.”Indicates”No Disassembling.”Correct Disposal of This Product(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)TimerEntry Time[]Exit Time[]Bell Cut Off Time[]This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life.To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes andrecycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and howthey can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contact.This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.TelephoneNumber of ring before answer []Each number well be dial1[]2[]3[4[]]37Monitor Control Surveillance2Monitor Control Surveillance

PrecauƟonsLIMITED WARRANTYManufacturer warrants original purchaser twelve months from the date of purchase, theproduct shall be free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. During thewarranty period, manufacturer, at its opƟon, repair or replace any defecƟve product uponreturn of the product to its factory.Do not install system under extreme temperatme condiƟons or in high humidityenvironment.InternaƟonal WarrantyThe warranty for internaƟonal customers is the same as for any customers within malaysia,with the excepƟon that manufacturer shall not be responsible for any customs fees, taxes, orVAT that may be due.CondiƟons to Void WarrantyThis warranty applies only to defects in parts and workmanship relaƟng to normal use. It doesnot cover: damage incurred in shipping, handling, improper maintenance or improperapplicaƟon. damage caused by disaster such as fire, floor, wind, earthquake or lightning. damage due to causes beyond the control such as excessive voltage,mechanical shock or water damage. damage caused by unauthorized aƩachment, alteraƟons, modificaƟons orforeign objects. damage caused by peripherals. defects caused by failure to provide a suitable installaƟon environment for theproducts. damage caused by use of the products for purposes other that those forwhich it was designed.Use only under temperature condiƟons between -10 C and 50 C.Provide good venƟlaƟon when using in high temperature condiƟons.Out of Warranty RepairsManufacturer will at its opƟon repair or replace out-of-warranty products which arereturned to its factory according to the following condiƟons. Anyone returning goods toManufacturer must first obtain an authorizaƟon number. Manufacturer will not accept anyshipment whatsoever for which prior authorizaƟon has not been obtained. Product whichFactory determines to be repairable will be repaired and returned. Products which factorydetermines not to be repairable will be replaced by the nearest equivalent product availableat that Ɵme. The current market price of the replacement product will be charged for eachreplacement unit for the case is defer mines out of warranty.3Monitor Control Surveillance36Monitor Control Surveillance

MaintenanceComponents and AccessoriesThe system requires minimum maintenance.1. Do not wash the keypad with a wet cloth. Light dusting with a barely damp cloth shouldremove normal accumulations of dust.2. It is recommended that the standby battery be replaced every year.WARNINGThis system is an advanced security system, it does not offer guaranteed protection againstburglary, fire or other emergency. Whether commercial or residential.1. PC BOX2. Keypad3. Mother Board4. Transformer5. Resistor6. Fuse (1A)RememberIntruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device.Intrusion detector (e.g. passive infrared detectors), smoke detectors, and any many othersensing devices will not work without power.Battery-operated devices will not work without batteries, with dead batteries, or if thebatteries are not put in properly. Some device may have sensing limitations.Alarm SystemUser Manual- Ver. 3.0 Voice Plus- Ver. 4.0 Voice PlusMonitor Control Surveillance7. Fuse (2A)35Monitor Control Surveillance8. User Manual4Monitor Control Surveillance

About Your Security SystemThis equipment has been designed to give the highest flexibility and convenience.Read this manual carefully and have you installer instruct you on system opera on and onwhich features have been implemented in your system.This page allows the configuration of the board’s network settings.CAUTION: Incorrect settings may cause the board to lose network connectivity. Recoveryoptions will be provided on the next page.Enter the new settings for the board below:Important NoƟceUn-tick becauseusing static IPTo ensure that you system conƟnues to funcƟons as intended, it is important that you check& test your system every 2 weeks.If your system does not funcƟon properly, call your installer for service.192.168.1.10static IP addressA security system cannot prevent emergencies.Remember it is only intended to alert you and, monitoring of an emergency situaƟon.This security systems is reliable but may not work under all condiƟons and not subsƟtute forprudent security pracƟces of life and property insurance.Your security systems should be installed and serviced by qualified security professionals whoshould instruct you on the level of protecƟon that has been provided and on system operaƟons.Figure 10.6c. If want to change back to Dynamic DHCP a er Sta c, just ck the ENABLE DHCP at Network configura on then follow the steps in 4.0 (b).5.0 Default factory seƫnga. If unable to connect to DSA due to incorrect se ng, user can reset DSA to factory default se ng.b. Turn off the DSA power, then press the reset bu on and turn on the power. Con nue pressing thebu on un l the LED flashes release the bu on.6.0 Security Featuresa. For security purpose, the browser will auto logout a er some me. This is because user might forgetto logout.5Monitor Control Surveillance34Monitor Control Surveillance

SUMMARY OF SYSTEMCentral Features9.0 Default factory settinga. If any mistake cause the DSAW unable to connect, set to factory default se ng is needed.2 Programmable ParƟƟons2 Programmable phone numbers for CMS reporƟng2 Programmable account numbers for CMS reporƟng2 Arm Modes: Away & Home8 Full programmable zoneb. Off the DSAW power, press the reset bu on and on the power, con nue holding the bu onun l the LED flash then release the bu on.c. A er reset, the DSAW network se ng was returned to default factory se ng and theUsername was reset.Speech DialerSupport 4 programmable phone numbers for voice messages reporƟng.Only master code holder has full access to phone remote operaƟon.KeypadSupport up to 4 keypads per system10.0 Security of DSAWa. For security purpose, the DSAW will auto logout to login page a er some me when do someinstruc ons.Access CodeSupport 3 level authorizaƟons: Installer, Master, UserSupport 1 installer code, 1 master code, 8 user codeDefault installer code is [1397]Default master code is [1234]b. If access the DSAW by illegal (without login the username and password), the informa on ofdefender smart alarm will hide or automa cally return back to login page.Remote OperaƟon FuncƟons IncludeSecure remote communicaƟons using security codesRemote operaƟon via touch / mobile phoneZone status checkArm & DisarmZone bypassHome automaƟon controlPROGRAMMING THE CONTROL PANELThe programming menu can only be accessed when the control panel is fully disarmedTo Enter The Programming MenuPress [*] [o] follow by [installer code] to access the system programming menu.Key in the address code 2 digit [ ] [ ]To exit the programming menu, press [#]To Set The Entry TimePress [*] [o] follow by [installer code] to access the system programming menuPress [40]Enter the entry Ɵmer [ ] [ ] [ ]Press [#] to save & exit programming menuTo Set The Exit TimePress [*] [o] follow by [installer code] to access the system programming menuPress [42]Enter the exit Ɵmer [ ] [ ] [ ]Press [#] to save & exit programming menuTo Set The Silent ZonePress [*] [o] follow by [ installer code] to access the system programming menuPress [16]Enter the zone numberPress [#] 2 Ɵme to save & exit programming menu33Monitor Control Surveillance6Monitor Control Surveillance

To Ac vate The Remote ControlPress [*] [o] follow by [installer code] to access the system programming menu,Press [33]Light on the zone 7 and zone 8 LED,Press [#] 2 me to save & exit programming menu.CAUTION: Incorrect settings may cause the board to lose network connectivity. Recoveryoptions will be provided on the next page.To Reset PanelPress [*] [o] follow by [installer code] to access the system programming menu,Press [99]Press [#] 2 me to save & exit the programming menu.To Change The Sensi vity of Zone RespondPress [*] [o] follow by [installer code] to access the system programming menu,press [45]Enter the value [ ] [ ] [ ],Example: High sensi ve [001], low sensi ve [255]Press [#] to save & exit programming menu.Port Number:8080New Port NumberTo Change Master CodeThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [6] follow by old master code [1234] (default)Press [o]Enter new master code for 2 me [xxxx] [xxxx] (4 digit)To Add User CodeFigure 8.1 Network SeƫngThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [6] follow by [master code] (4 digit)Press user number [x], maximum can set up to 8 userEnter new user code for 2 me [xxxx] [xxxx] (4 digit)To Add The Phone NumberThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [7] follow by [master code] (4 digit)Press user number [x], maximum can set up to 4 userPress the user phone number []Press [#] a er finish, to save & exit Programming menu.To Delete The Phone NumberPress [*] [7] follow by [master code] (4 digit)Press user number [x], which want to deletePress [#] to save & exit Programming menu.Figure 8.2 Command PromptTo Turn On / Off The Chime ModeThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [81]Press [zone number] which want to on/off chrime mode.Press [#] to save & exit programming menu.c. Open the browser and key in h p://defender:8080. Successfully accessed the login page was shown.Refer to figure 3.0.7Monitor Control Surveillance32Monitor Control Surveillance

To Bypass ZoneThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [4] follow by [master code]The BYPASS LED will turn onEnter the zone number to by passed.Press [#] to save & exit programming menu.(The LED at zone that is bypass will Keep Flashing)6.0 Configuration DSAW’s Port numbera. Refer to figure 8.0, the default DSAW’s port number was assigned as 8088.To Unbypass ZoneThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [4] follow by [master code]The BYPASS LED will turn onEnter the zone number to unbypass.Press [#] to save & exit programming menu.(The LED at zone that is unbypass will Stop Flashing)CAUTION: Incorrect settings may cause the board to lose network connectivity. Recoveryoptions will be provided on the next page.To Set The System TimePort Number:The system must be disarm,Press [*] [1] follow by [master code]Press [30]Enter the Ɵme [HHMM]Press [#] to save & exit Programming menu.8088To Set The System DateThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [1] follow by [master code]Press [31]Enter the date [DDMM]Press [#] to save & exit programming menu.Figure 8.0 Network SeƫngTo Set The System YearThe system must be disarm,Press [*] [1] follow by [master code]Press [32]Enter the Year [YYYY]Press [#] to save & exit Programming menu.b. To update the new port number, just key in the new port number at Port Number text box (figure 8.1).A reboot message was shown at figure 7.3 aŌer Save buƩon was pressed.i. Follow the reboot message, close the browser and open the command prompt. If users used windowvista or window 7 (latest OS), please open the command prompt as “run as administrator”.ii. Key in “nbtstat –R” command. “Successful purge and preload of the NBT Remote Cache Name Table”message was shown at figure 8.2.iii. Key in “ping defender” command to ping DSAW. A successfully reply message was shown at figure 8.2.31Monitor Control Surveillance8Monitor Control Surveillance

Control Panel Layoutc. If users want to change back to Dynamic DHCP aŌer StaƟc, just Ɵck the ENABLE DHCP atNetwork configuraƟon then save.i. The Reboot message was shown in the browser (figure 6.1).ii. Then followed the step 6.0.b.iii. to 6.0.b.vii. Successfully result was shown at figure 6.4 and figure 6.5.Figure 6.4 Command PromptCAUTION: Incorrect settings may cause the board to lose network connectivity. Recoveryoptions will be provided on the next page.Version 3Port Number:8088Figure 6.5 Network Seƫng9Monitor Control Surveillance30Monitor Control Surveillance

iii. Follow the reboot message, close the browser and open the command prompt. If users usedwindow vista or window 7 (latest OS), please open the command prompt as “run as administrator”.iv. Key in “nbtstat –R” command. “Successful purge and preload of the NBT Remote Cache NameTable” message was shown at figure 6.2.v. Key in “ping defender” command to ping DSAW. A successfully reply message was shown at figure6.2 with new Sta c IP address (192.168.1.10).1. Zone input 1 to 8Terminal is use for connect the sensor or detector such as magne c, vibra on or PIR sensor with1K resistor.2. Keypad ConnectorTerminal is provide connec on for the keypad, can connect up to 4 keypad at the same me tocontrol at differ place.3. PcomTerminal is provide 12v power posi ve to the device that require 12v power.4. P2 & P1Terminal is use for Home Automa on Output, to drive auxiliary devices such as LED or Relay.5. SirenTerminal is use to connect to the siren nega ve.6. Tel OutTerminal is for other telephone extension sockets.7. Tel InTerminal is for incoming phone line.8. Earth Ground ConnecƟonTerminal is to earth or an earth rod.Figure 6.2 Command Promptvi. DSAW have been successfully configured to sta c IP address. Open the browser and login to DSAWby key in hƩp://defender:8088. (Figure 3.0).vii. Go to the Network se ng, the updated informa on was shown at figure 6.3.10. Remote controlTerminal is use to connec on the remote control use to ac vate the alarm thought the remotecontrol.Defender Smart Alarm11. Web ServerTerminal is use to connec on the web server module.CAUTION: Incorrect settings may cause the board to lose network connectivity. Recovery options will beprovided on the next page.12. Hard ResetTerminal is use to restore the panel to the defaults se ng, need to connec on the pin 2 and pin 3together at the web server port and power up the panel power.Un- ck becausein sta cIP Address:9. Ac InputTerminal is for 16v transformer.192.168.1.10sta c IP addressGateway:Subnet Mask:Primary DNS:Secondary DNS:Port Number:Figure 6.3 Network Seƫng29Monitor Control Surveillance10Monitor Control Surveillance

5.0 InstrucƟon to configure DSAW as StaƟc IPControl Panel Layouta. Default DSAW’s network seƫng assigned to DHCP.b. Refer to figure 2.0, the DSAW’s IP address was assigned by router as 192.168.1.2 in Dynamic DHCP.If users want to assign DSAW as staƟc IP address, please follow below instrucƟons:i. Go to Network Seƫng, un-Ɵck the ENABLE DHCP and assigned a new IP address(for example: 192.168.1.10) then click Save.Defender Smart AlarmCAUTION: Incorrect settings may cause the board to lose network connectivity. Recovery options will beprovided on the next page.Un-Ɵck theEnable DHCPIP Address:Update newIP addressGateway:Subnet Mask:Primary DNS:Secondary DNS:Port Number:Figure 6.0 Network Seƫngii. The Reboot message was shown in the browser (figure 6.1).Defender Smart AlarmReboot In Progress.Your settings were successfully saved, and the board is now rebooting to configure itself with the newsettings.Please close the internet Explorer and type in “nbtstat-R” at command PromptFor more detail please refer to user manualVersion 4Figure 6.1 Reboot message11Monitor Control Surveillance28Monitor Control Surveillance

1. Zone input 1 to 8Terminals use for connect the sensor or detector such as magne c, vibra on or PIR sensord. Password Seƫng (figure 4.4) Maximum 4 digits numeric2. Keypad ConnectorTerminals provide connec on for the keypad, can connect up to 4 keypad at the same me tocontrol at differ place3. 13Terminals provide 13v power posi ve, use to supply remote control power and external sirenpower only can’t connect with strobe light.4. 12Terminals provide 12v power posi ve to the device that require 12v power.5. P2 & P1Terminals use for Home Automa on Output, to drive auxiliary devices such as LED, Sounder orRelay.6. SirenTerminals use to connect to the siren nega ve.SET7. Tel OutTerminals for other telephone extension sockets.Figure 4.4 Password Seƫng8. Tel Ine. Status Log (Figure 4.5)Terminals for incoming Phone line Reload bu on - for reload the latest informa on. Maximum show 1000 events, a er 1000 events, thenext events will show at first loca on.9. Earth Ground ConnecƟonTerminals to earth or an earth rodDate/Time11/10/2010 10:1911/10/2010 10:1911/10/2010 10:1911/10/2010 10:1911/10/2010 10:1911/10/2010 10:1911/10/2010 10:0911/10/2010 10:0911/10/2010 10:0911/10/2010 10:0911/10/2010 10:0111/10/2010 09:2511/10/2010 09:2111/10/2010 09:2111/10/2010 09:21EventRemote DisarmRemote ArmRemote DisarmRemote DisarmRemote ArmRemote ArmRemote DisarmRemote DisarmRemote ArmRemote ArmPeriodic Test Report24 Hour (safe) AlarmRemote DisarmRemote DisarmRemote ArmDescriptionPartition 1 User 3Partition 1 User 3Partition 2 User 2Partition 1 User 2Partition 2 User 2Partition 1 User 2Partition 2 MasterPartition 1 MasterPartition 2 MasterPartition 1 MasterPartition 2 Zone 8Partition 2 MasterPartition 1 MasterPartition 2 Master10. Ac InputMaximum1000 eventsTerminals for 16v transformer11. Wireless ModuleTerminals use to connec on the wireless module12. Remote controlTerminals use to connec on the remote control, to ac vate the alarm through the remote control.13. Web ServerTerminals use to connec on the web server module14. Hard ResetTerminals use to reset the program to defaults se ng, need to connec on the pin2 and pin3together at the web server port and power up the panel power.Figure 4.5 Status Log27Monitor Control Surveillance12Monitor Control Surveillance

KEYPAD CONNECTION LAYOUTREMOTE CONTROL CONNECTION LAYOUTSGSCKGNDDC 12v4.1 Con gura on DSAWa. Zone se ng ( gure 4.1)WhiteYellowBlackRed Loca on – name the loca on for each zone (max 10 characters). Camera Link – IP camera web link for each zone (max 40 characters).12v Gnd 1S 2S ComRed Black Brown Gray WhitePanel12v power connect to8 zoneClk Dt 12v Gnd V & -V - connect to 12V DC power supply.1 S - Connect 1 S to zone 82 S - Connect 2 S to pin number 2Com - Connect com to pin number 1ZONE(1 S is use for panic bu on)(2 S is use for Arm and Disarm System)ZONE PROGRAMMINGZone TypeAddressZoneDelay10Internal Delay11InternalDefault Zone Type12345678LOCATIONCAMERA LINKZONE 1Gardenhttp://www.zonelink1.com.myZONE 2Dininghttp://www.zonelink2.com.myZONE 3Kitchenhttp://www.zonelink3.com.myZONE 4Fencehttp://www.zonelink4.com.myZONE 5Corridorhttp://www.zonelink5.com.myZONE 6Hallhttp://www.zonelink6.com.myZONE 7Front Doorhttp://www.zonelink7.com.myZONE 8Back Doorhttp://www.zonelink8.com.my12LIGHT ZONEInstant13ZONE 1Inside24 Hour14ZONE 2OutsideFire15Silent16Normally Open17Zone Respond18Intelligent Zone 119Intelligent Zone 220Zone Paron121Zone Paron222Auto Reset Zone23CMS Zone Report24Paron 1 user25Paron 2 user26LOCATIONFigure 4.1 Zone se ng(Monitor Control Surveillanceis default se ng)1326Monitor Control Surveillance

Technical DataDelay - The zone will not cause an alarm during the entry / exit delay me.Internal Delay - The zone will not cause an alarm during the delay me at Away mode and will not caues an alarmduring home mode.Internal - The zone will not cause an alarm during home arm mode.Instant - The zone will cause an instant alarm when the system is arm.24 Hour - The zone will cause instant alarm regardless of system arm / disarm.Fire - The zone will cause a unique alarm with dis nc ve ‘fire’ tone if it is violated regardless of system arm / disarmSilent - The siren will not sound when the zone open.Normally Open Zone - The zone can be assign to normally open or normally closeZone Respond - Have 2 different respond me: ‘on’ mean slow respond, ‘off’ mean fast respond.Intelligent Zone 1 & 2 - The zone will not trigger siren before the zone counter and zone reset mer expires.Zone ParƟƟon 1 & 2 - Par on allow the system to be divided into areas of protec on so that different par on can bearm and disarm independently from each other.Auto Reset Zone - The zone will restore and become normal a er the bell me.CMS Zone Report - The panel will report the zone status to the CMS centerParƟƟon 1 & 2 User - To assign the user to access the par on.(Default: All user can access to parƟƟon 1 only)b. Refer to figure 4.0. Status – condi on for each zone in Arm, Trigger, Ready, Open or Bypass status. Last Trigger – indicate which zone was triggered a er disarm. Camera Link – IP camera link for each zone. Bypass – indicate which zones have been bypass.c. FuncƟonality of DSAW. ARM – to arm the alarm system DISARM – to disarm the alarm system BYPASS – to set or clear the zone bypassSYSTEM SETTINGCMSReporƟngd. ConfiguraƟon of DSAW (only master authenƟcate) Zone Se ng – to define zone loca on and IP Camera Link for each zone.AddressZone 1 Network Se ng – Configure DSAW’s network se ng in Dynamic (IP address assign by router) or Sta c(IP address assign by user) and Port number.Zone 3Zone 4Zone 5Zone 5 - Report enter / exit programming modeZone 6 - Report Telephone line faultZone 7 - Report BypassZone 8 - Report Ba ery lowTechnical DataReport Panic Password Se ng – change the user’s login password (only 4 digits acceptable).On - The panel will report panic to the centreOff - The panel will not report panic to the centre Status Log – to indicate who and what ac vi es done on DSAW.Report Duress Logout – logout the DSAW.On - The panel will report Duress to the centreOff - The panel will not report Duress to the centreReport Arm / DisarmOn - The panel will report Arm / Disarm to the centreOff - The panel will not report Arm / Disarm to the centreReport AC FailOn - The panel will report AC Fail to the centreOff - The panel will not report AC Fail to the centreReport Enter / Exit Programming ModeOn - The panel will report Enter / Exit programming to the centreOff - The panel will not report Enter / Exit programming to the centreReport Telephone Line FaultOn - The panel will report telephone line fault to the centreoff - The panel will not report telephone line fault to the centreReport BypassOn - The panel will report Bypass to the centreOff - The panel will not report Bypass to the centreReport BaƩery lowOn - The panel will report ba ery low to the centreOff - The panel will not report ba ery low to the centre25Monitor Control SurveillanceZone 630Zone 1 - Report PanicZone 2 - Report DuressZone 3 - Report Arm / DisarmZone 4 - Report AC Fail Timer Se ng – auto arm or disarm the alarm system and auto turn on or off the light follow mer(24 hour format).Zone 214Monitor Control SurveillanceZone 7Zone 8

CommunicatorSe ngAddressZone 1Zone 2Zone 3Zone 4Zone 5Zone 6Zone 74.0 8 zones alarm panel statusZone 8a. The status of 8 zones home alarm panel status will shown as below a er login ( gure 4.0).31Zone 4 - Enable Fix lineZone 6 - Enable skip password protectZone 1 - Enable personal respor ngZone 2 - Enable CMS respor ngZone 1GardenZone 2DiningZone 3KitchenZone 4FenceZone 5CorridorZone 6HallZone 7Front DoorZone 8Back DoorTechnical DataEnable personal respor ngOn - The panel will report the event to the userOff - The panel will not report the event to the userEnable CMS respor ngOn - The panel will communicate with the CMS centreOff - The panel will not communicate with the CMS centreEnable Fix lineOn - The panel will communicate using telephone lineOff - The panel will not communicate using telephone lineEnable Skip password protectOn - When call out the user don't have to key in passwordOff - When call out the user have to key in passwordSystemOp onAddressZone 1Zone 2Zone 3Zone 4Zone 5Zone 6Zone 7Zone 833Zone 1 - Keypad buzzer on during entry delayZone 2 - Keypad buzzer on during exit delayZone 4 - DTMF dialingZone 5 - Arm using H or AZone 6 - Panic bu on PZone 7 - Remote controlZone 8 - Bell raLinkReadyCameraLinkAlarm system armRemote ControlOn - The panel will Enable remote controlOff - Disable remote controlKeypad buzzer on during exit delayOn - The keypad will produce the exit toneOff - Exit tone will not produceBell SquawkOn - The panel siren will pulsed once when thesystem is arm, pulsed twice when the system isdisarmOff - The siren will behaves normally on arm anddisarmIf the setting ofPGM1 and PGM2are 104, 105, 106,107, it will no allowmanually. Refer toInstaller manual forDSAArm using H or AOn - Enable arm using H or A keyOff - Disable arm using H or A keyTimer Se ngBu on POn - Enable using bu on P for panic bu onOff - Disable using panic bu onMonitor Control SurveillanceReadyBYPASSAlarm system disarmKeypad buzzer on during entry delayOn - The keypad will produce the entry tonesOff - Entry tones will not produceDTMF dialingOn - The panel will dial using DTMF toneOff - The panel will dial using older pulse toneLAST CAMERASTATUS TRIGGERLINKZONEFigure 4.0 Defender 8 zone alarm panel status1524Monitor Control Surveillance

Time Se ngEntry 1Entry 2Exit 1Exit 2Bell TimeFast respondSlow respondIntelligent counter 1Intelligent counter 2Intelligent reset mer 1Intelligent reset mer 2Home Automa on 1Home Automa on 2Keypad lock digitKeypad lock meCommunicator dialing meCommunicator idle meCommunicator dial loopAnswer ringCommunicator password error auto hang upCMS periodic reportb. Username maximum can be register with 8 characters.c. Username can be register as alphanumeric with uppercase or lowercase.Login Name RegistrationLogin Name :RegisterLogin name is registered. To reset login name, power off the web server. Then press the button on webserver while it is turn on and keep pressing for 5 seconds.Technical DataEntry 1 - The system uses this mer to allow the user me to access the keypad and disarm par on 1.(Can be set from 000 to 255 sec)Entry 2 - The system uses this mer to allow the user me to access the keypad and disarm par on 2.(Can be set from 000 to 255 sec)Exit 1 - This mer controls the delay between the user ini a ng the exit procedure for par on 1.(Can be set from 000 to 255 sec)Exit 2 - This mer controls the delay between the user ini a ng the exit procedu

arrowhead symbol, within an uninsulated equilateral triangle is intended the to alert product the user to any the presence of “dangerous voltage” within ’ t enclosure that may be and of su f ficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation or point