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Reporting FormatsThe following formats can be used to report to Silent Knight receivers and are explained further in thissection:• SIA• FSK & SK 4+2• Radionics BFSK• 16 Zone 4+2SIA Format Printed MessagesThe Security Industry Association (SIA) format can be used with a Silent Knight Model 9000 receiver
Each message is displayed in English followed by the zone number. Due to limited space on the 9000display, some messages may be in abbreviated form
Table 0-1 shows the information that is printed at the Silent Knight 9000 receiver when the SIA format isused for data transmission
Table 0-1. SIA Messages 9000 Printer Status of 5207 LOW BATTERY 0 System battery is low BATTERY RESTORE 0 Battery voltage is back to normal TROUBLE 0 AC power is off or low AC RESTORE 0 AC power has come back on PHONE LINE TROUBLE 1 Phone line 1 is not working PHONE LINE TROUBLE 2 Phone line 2 is not working PHONE LINE RESTORE 1 Phone line 1 is back to normal PHONE LINE RESTORE 2 Phone line 2 is back to normal EXPANSION TROUBLE 0 Dialer trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 1 Printer trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 7 EE memory trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 8 Xbus trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 17-23 Annunciator 1-7 trouble Table 0-1 continued on next page
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9000 Printer Status of 5207 EXPANSION TROUBLE 32 Notification device #1 trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 33 Notification device #2 trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 34 Notification device #3 trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 35 Notification device #4 trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 36 Smoke power trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 37 Accessory power trouble EXPANSION TROUBLE 38 Earth ground fault to circuit ground EXPANSION TROUBLE 39 Earth ground fault to power EXPANSION RESTORE 0 Dialer back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 1 Printer back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 7 EE memory back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 17-23 Annunciator 1-7 back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 32 Notification device #1 back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 33 Notification device #2 back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 34 Notification device #3 back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 35 Notification device #4 back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 36 Smoke power back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 37 Accessory power back to normal EXPANSION RESTORE 38 Circuit ground earth fault removed EXPANSION RESTORE 39 Power earth ground fault removed OPEN RESET ALARM ID 0 Confirms that an alarm was reset by access code 0 OPEN RESET ALARM ID 1 Confirms that an alarm was reset by access code 1 OPEN RESET ALARM ID (2-99) Confirms alarm reset by access code (2-99) AUTO TEST 0 Automatic dialer test MANUAL TEST 0 System tested by access code 0 MANUAL TEST 1 System tested by access code 1 MANUAL TEST (2-99) System tested by access code (2-99) DATA LOST 0 Previous event could not be reported and the information was lost Table 0-1 continued on next page
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9000 Printer Status of 5207 “FIRE“ is used as an example below. Possible zone types are FIRE, SPRINKLER, TAMPER, HEAT, and WATER
FIRE ALARM 1 Fire zone 1 FIRE ALARM (2-16) Fire zone (2-16) FIRE RESTORE 1 Fire zone 1 back to normal FIRE RESTORE (2-16) Fire zone (2-16) back to normal FIRE SUPERVISORY 1 Fire zone 1 sprinkler supervisory condition FIRE SUPERVISORY (2-16) Fire zone (2-16) sprinkler supervisory condition FIRE TROUBLE 1 Fire zone 1 loop trouble FIRE TROUBLE (2-16) Fire zone (2-16) loop troubleFSK & SK 4+2 FormatYou must use either the FSK or SK 4+2 format when reporting to the Silent Knight Model 8520 Receiver
Since the 8520 has only two digits for alarm codes, event type and zone numbers are combined into onemessage. The first digit of the code is the type of report, the second digit is the last number of the zone
Example Any two-digit code beginning with the digit 0 is a fire alarm
Code 01 = Fire alarm in zone 1 or 11 Code 05 = Fire alarm in zone 5 or 15If you selected the 16-zone report option at Step 14.5 of Step Programming (Section 2 of the 5207programming manual), the above information does not apply to you. Zone numbers will report as 1 - 16
See Table 0-4 for more information
The 4+2 format repeats after 10
Table 0-2. FSK & SK 4+2 Codes/Zones FSK & 4+2 Description Fire Codes 0Z Alarm 2Z Disable Restore (Fire type zones report as 20) 5Z Disable Zone (Fire type zones report as 50) 6Z Supervisory or Trouble Table 0-2 continued on next page
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FSK & 4+2 Description 7Z Alarm Restore, Supervisory Restore, and Trouble Restore Other Zones 30 Dialer Test, Walk Test, Fire Drill 31 Phone Line 1 Trouble 32 Phone Line 2 Trouble 33 Expansion Trouble* 35 Phone Line 1 Restore 36 Phone Line 2 Restore 37 Expansion Restore 39 Data Lost 60 AC Lost 69 Low Battery 70 AC Restore 79 Battery Restore 9Y Reset Alarm by Code #*Note: Expansion refers to all the expansion troubles and restores listed in the SIA format (Section 0)
Y = Last digit of the user ID number
Z = last number of the zone
Radionics BFSK FormatModel 5207 can transmit using the Radionics BFSK format with 1400 Hz or 2300 Hz acknowledge. Themessages that will be printed are listed with the codes for FSK1 and SK 4+2
Radionics BFSK format can only report eight zone codes. Zones 9 through 16 report as zones 1 through 8;zones 17 through 24 report as zones 1 through 8, and so on. Because of this limitation, programming the5207 to report in both the Radionics BFSK and either the FSK or SK 4+2 formats is NOT advised. Useonly if required by the receiver
The Radionics BFSK format repeats after 8
It is recommended that you use no more than 8 zones if your system is programmed to report in RadionicsBFSK format. However, if you choose to use more than 8 zones with the Radionics BFSK format, it is agood idea to make every 8th zone (such as Fire, Tamper Sprinkler, etc.) the same zone type (such as Fire)
If you assign the zones in this manner, the letter X in Table 0-3 will be a digit that represents every 8th zonenumber, as shown below: Digit Reported (X) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Zone Numbers 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ..
Table 0-3. Radionics BFSK 4+2 Format BFSK Description Fire Codes 0X Alarm on zone X (see chart above for actual zone number) E0 Shunt or disable restore Zone 0 F0 Trouble Zone 0 - zone shunted FX Zone Trouble X (see chart above for actual zone number) EX Alarm or trouble restore Zone X (see chart for actual zone #) Other Zones E9 Test/restore Zone 9 FB Trouble Zone B (Phone line fault) FB Trouble Zone B FC Trouble Zone C EB Restore Zone B (Phone line 1 restore) EB Restore Zone B (Phone line 2 trouble restore) EC Restore Zone C E9 Test/Restore Zone 9 F0 Trouble Zone 0 F9 Trouble Zone 9 - low battery E0 Restore Zone 0 - AC restore E9 Restore Zone 9 - battery restore BY Open Zone (Code #) - reset by user code 16-Zone 4+2 FormatWhen selected, the FSK1 and SK 4+2 formats will send alarms on zones 1 through 16 as01-16. All 16 zones have unique alarm codes. However, there are some limitations. Zone troubles andrestores cannot be completely distinguished from alarms. Zones 9 and 10 share some codes with battery andAC supervision. Table 0-4 shows what codes will be reported when the 16-zone 4+2 format is used. (Thecodes that will be reported if this option is not selected appear in Table 0-2.) Table 0-4. 16-Zone 4+2 Format Zone Code Description Alarm Zone 1 01 ALARM 1 ... ..
Alarm Zone 8 08 ALARM 8 Alarm Zone 9 09 ALARM 9 Alarm Zone 10 10 ALARM 10 Alarm Zone 11 11 ALARM 11 ... ..
Alarm Zone 16 16 ALARM 16 Trouble Zone 1 61 TROUBLE 1 ... ..
Trouble Zone 8 68 TROUBLE 8 Trouble Zone 9 69 BATTERY TROUBLE Trouble Zone 10 60 AC TROUBLE Trouble Zone 11 61 TROUBLE 1 ... ..
Trouble Zone 16 66 TROUBLE 6 Restore Zone 1 71 RESTORE 1 ... ..
Restore Zone 8 78 RESTORE 8 Restore Zone 9 79 BATTERY RESTORE Restore Zone 10 20 ALARM RESTORE 10 Restore Zone 11 21 ALARM RESTORE 11 ... ..
Restore Zone 16 26 ALARM RESTORE 16
Model 5207 can transmit using the Radionics BFSK format with 1400 Hz or 2300 Hz acknowledge. The messages that will be printed are listed with the codes for FSK1 and SK …
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The second digit (for two-digit reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the Alarm Report Code for each zone (if programmed). Trouble Restore Type the first digit of the Trouble Restore Code for this group of zones (double-digit entry).
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Type the first digit of the Trouble Report Code for this group of zones (double-digit entry). The second digit (for two-digit reporting formats) is automatically the ID (second) digit of the Alarm Report Code for each zone (if programmed). Trouble Restore