Enhanced SEADS Integration


Overview

This document outlines how to program and interface a SEADS Auto-Dialer to Access It!® Universal. This product is not supported by the LP series hardware.

Required Components

The following components are required to complete the integration.

  • Access It!® Universal min s/w 3.2.6
  • EP-1502 or EP-2500 min f/w 1.173
    The LP series hardware does not support the SEADS dialer
  • SEADS Kit consisting of:
    • (1) 95M3225 - Keltron Dialer
    • (1) NCL - Enclosure
    • (1) SAP - Keltron Dialer Adapter Plate
    • (1) VB-1T 12-24VDC Power Booster

Hardware / Wiring References

Seads Auto-Dialer To PC

Keltron-Dialer RS-232 Port PC Com Port
1DB-9 Male DB-9 Female
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Straight Through DB-9 Male to DB-9 Female RS-232 Cable.

EP-1502 / EP-2500 To Keltron-Dialer

Keltron-Dialer RS-232 Port PC Com Port
TXD (Black) PIN 3
RXD (Red) PIN 2
GND (Green) PIN 5
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Configuring the SEADS Auto-Dialer

  1. Connect the SEADS Auto-Dialer to the PC
    See Seads Auto-Dialer To PC table.
  2. Insert the Keltron S/FDACT Programmer CD-ROM into the PC
  3. Click the OK button at the S/FDACT Programmer Setup welcome window
  4. Select the installation directory accordingly
  5. Click the Install button located in the upper left corner of the window
  6. Select a Programmer Group
  7. Click the Continue button
  8. Click the OK button at the S/FDACT Programmer Setup was completed successfully window
  9. Click Start | Programs | S/FDACT Programmer
  10. Click Set Comm Port from the file menu
  11. Select the COM port that the SEADS Auto-Dialer is connected to
  12. On the SEADS Auto-Dialer, press the Program soft key
    In programming mode, the red and yellow serial port LEDs will flash once a second. To exit the programming mode, disconnect the DB-9 cable and wait 60 seconds or press the Test soft key.

S/FDACT Programmer

Set Event Codes

Use Default Event Codes

  • Uncheck the Use Default Event Codes when custom event codes are needed

Set Telephone Numbers

Primary Phone Number

  • Sets the primary phone number the SEADS Auto-Dialer will call
    This number is generally provided by the central station and may be up to 20 digits long.

Secondary Phone Number

  • Sets the secondary phone number the SEADS Auto-Dialer will call
    This number is generally provided by the central station and may be up to 20 digits long.

Set Account Numbers

Primary Account Number

  • Sets the primary account number the SEADS Auto-Dialer will use
    This number is generally provided by the central station and may be up to 6 digits long.

Secondary Account Number

  • Sets the secondary account number the SEADS Auto-Dialer will use
    This number is generally provided by the central station and may be up to 6 digits long.

Set Options

Telephone Lines Used

  • Select the Line 1 Only option if a second phone line is not available
    Selecting this option prevents the S/FDACT from reporting a line fault condition on line 2.

Send Troubles to Second Account

  • Check the 2nd Account checkbox if troubles are to be sent to the secondary account only
    Normally the SEADS Auto-Dialer will report all troubles to the primary account and only use the secondary account and telephone number if it is unable to report to the primary account.

Set Daily Test Interval

  • Select how often the daily test reports will occur
    The default setting is once every 24 hours.

Set Daily Test Time

  • Enter the time for which the daily test reports will be sent
    The time is in entered in 24 hour format from 00:00 (midnight) to 23:59. The factory default is 00:00.

Set Date and Time

Auto Sync Time Mode

  • Selecting this mode will automatically sync the SEADS Auto-Dialer date and time to that of the clock within the PC
    This is the default mode.

Change Time Mode

  • Selecting this mode enables the Set Date and Set Time fields so that a specific date and time may be manually sent to the SEADS Auto-Dialer
    See the Set Date, Set Time and Upload Date/Time to S/FDACT sub-categories.

Set Date

  • Manually sets the SEADS Auto-Dialer to a specified date
    This field is disabled when set to Auto Sync Time Mode.

Set Time

  • Manually sets the SEADS Auto-Dialer to a specified time
    This field is disabled when set to Auto Sync Time Mode.

Download Date/Time from S/FDACT

  • This utility will request the current date and time values from within the real-time clock and calendar of the SEADS Auto-Dialer
    This function requires that the serial port of the SEADS Auto-Dialer be connected to a communication port on the PC and that the SEADS Auto-Dialer is powered up in program mode.

Upload Date/Time to S/FDACT

  • This utility will set the current date and time values within the real-time clock and calendar of the SEADS Auto-Dialer to the values entered within the Set Date and Set Time fields
    This function requires that the serial port of the SEADS Auto-Dialer be connected to a communication port on the PC and that the SEADS Auto-Dialer is powered up in program mode.

Upload / Download

Download Config from S/FDACT

  • This utility will read the configuration program from the SEADS Auto-Dialer and display the current settings
    This function requires that the serial port of the SEADS Auto-Dialer be connected to a communication port on the PC and that the SEADS Auto-Dialer is powered up in program mode.

Upload Config to S/FDACT

  • This utility will program the SEADS Auto-Dialer with the currently displayed settings
    This function requires that the serial port of the SEADS Auto-Dialer be connected to a communication port on the PC and that the SEADS Auto-Dialer is powered up in program mode.

EP-1502 / EP-2500 Configuration

  1. Install and configure the EP-1502 / EP-2500 to communicate with Access It!® Universal
  2. Wire the Keltron-Dialer to the EP-1502 / EP-2500s RS-232 port
    See EP-1502 / EP-2500 To Keltron-Dialer table.
  3. Browse to the EP-1502 / EP-2500s internal web browser
  4. Log into the web browser
    Default username is admin and password is password.
  5. Select Central Station from the left hand menu
  6. Set Connection Type to Serial - RS232
  7. Set Baud Rate to 9,600
  8. Set Data Security to None
  9. Set Flow Control to None
  10. Click the Accept button
  11. Click Apply Settings from the left hand menu
  12. Click the Apply Settings, Reboot button
    The SCP will reset.
  13. Close the web browser

Access It!® Universal Configuration

  1. From the file menu, select Go | Main | Hardware
  2. Select SCPs
  3. Edit the EP-1502 / EP-2500
  4. Select the Intrusion Processing tab
  5. Set Intrusion Processing Mode to an Enhanced Intrusion Processing mode
  6. Enter a custom Command Code
  7. Click Save
    The SCP will reset.
  8. Expand the EP-1502 / EP-2500 from the left hand tree
  9. Select Alarm Zones
  10. Edit Alarm Zone Number 01
    Alarm Zone 00 cannot be used with the SEADS integration.
  11. Select the Central Station Reporting tab
  12. Check Enable Central Station Reporting
  13. Enter the Account ID
    See the S/FDACT Programmer section.
  14. Enter the Alternate Account ID
    See the S/FDACT Programmer section.
  15. Enter Group Number
    See the S/FDACT Programmer section.
  16. Enter the Comm Timeout
  17. Select the Points tab
  18. Click Add Point
  19. Select the Point Type
  20. Select which Point to add
  21. Select a Point Mode
  22. Select a Monitoring Mode
  23. Select an Entry Delay value
  24. Select the Central Station Reporting tab
  25. Enter the SIA Zone number for this Point
  26. Select the SIA Point Type for this Point
  27. Click OK
  28. Repeat steps 20 - 29 for any additional Points
  29. Click Save

Application Notes

The daily test performed by the SEADS Auto-Dialer will only test the connection between the SEADS Auto-Dialer and the central station.

There is no way to test or monitor the integrity of the connection between the access control hardware and the SEADS Auto-Dialer!

Typical Layout

Typical Layout

SEADS Field Wiring Diagram

SEADS Field Wiring Diagram

SIA Standard Events Codes

AN Analog Sensor - R
AR AC Power Restoral
AS Analog Sensor
BA Burglary Alarm
BB Burg Zone Bypass
BC Burglary Cancel
BD Swinger Trouble
BE Swinger Trouble - R
BH Burg Alarm Restoral
BJ Burg Trouble Restorl
BM Cross Point Verified
BR Burg alrm/tbl Restrl
BS Burglary Supervision
BT Burglary Trouble
BU Burglary Unbypass
BV Burglary Verified
BX Burglary Test
BZ Non-Fire Device Miss
CA Automatic Closing
CD Fail to Close
CE Closing Extended
CF Closing Forced
CG Close Area (partial)
CI Fail to Close
CJ Late Closing
CK Early Closing
CL Closing
CM Pt Miss Close
CP Automatic Closing
CR Recent Close
CS Close Keyswitch
CT Late to Open
CW Force Armed
CZ Point Closing
DB Zone Equals Air Flow
DC Access Closed
DD Access Denied
DE Request to Enter
DF Door Forced
DG Access Granted
DH Door Forced Restoral
DI Zone Equals Humidity
DJ Door Forced Trouble
DK Access Lockout
DL Audible Door Open
DM Zone = Fluid Level
DN Silent Door Open
DO Access Open
DP Access Deny Bad Time
DQ Disarm Access Denied
DR Door
DS Door Station
DT Access Trouble
DU Dealer ID
DV Access Denied
DW Access Denied
EA Exit Alarm
EE Exit Error
ER Expansion Restoral
ET Expansion Trouble
EX External Devic State
EZ Missing Exit Error
FA Fire Alarm
FB Fire Bypass
FC Fire Cancel
FH Fire Alarm Restoral
FI Fire Test Begin
FJ Fire Trouble Restorl
FK Fire Test End
FM Fire Alarm Cross Pt
FR Fire Alrm/Tbl Rstrl
FU Fire Unbypass
FX Fire Test
GH Gas Alarm Restoral
GJ Gas Trouble Restoral
GR Gas Alrm/Tbl Restorl
GS Gas Supervisory
GU Gas Unbypass
GX Gas Alarm Test
HA Hold-up Alarm Silent
HB Hold-up Bypass
HH Hold-up Alarm Restrl
HJ Hold-up Troubl Rstrl
HR Hold-up Alm/Tbl Rstr
HS Hold-up Supervisory
HT Hold-up Trouble
HU Hold-up Unbypass
IA Equipment Failure
IR Equipment Failure-R
JA Tamper User Code
JD Date Changed
JH Holiday Changed
JK Latchkey Alert
JL Log Threshold
JO Log Overflow
JP User on Premises
JR Schedule Executed
JS Schedule Changed
JT Time Changed
JV User Code Changed
JX User Code Deleted
JY User Code Added
JZ User Level Set
KA Heat Alarm
KB Heat Bypass
KH Heat Alarm Restoral
KJ Heat Trouble Restorl
KR Heat Alm/Tbl Restorl
KU Heat Unbypass
LB Begin Local Program
LD Program Access Deny
LE Listen In Ended
LF Listen In Begin
LR Phone Line Restoral
LS Local Program Succes
LU Local Program Failur

LX

Local Program Ended
MA Medical Alarm
MB Medical Bypass
MH Medical Alarm Rstrl
MJ Medical Trouble
MR Medical Alm/Tbl Rstl
MS Medical Supervisory
MT Medical Trouble
MU Medical Unbypass
NA No Activity Time
NC Trouble Comm Network
NL Perimeter Armed
NR Comm Network Restorl
NS No Activity Time Rst
NT Trouble Comm Network
OA Automatic Opening
OG Opening (by Area)
OH Early Opening
OI Fail to Open
OJ Late Opening
OK Early Open After Alm
OL Late Open After Alm
OP Opening
OR Disarm for Alarm
OS Open Keyswitch
OT Late to Close
OZ Opening by Zone
PA Panic
PB Panic Bypass
PH Panic Alarm Restoral
PJ Panic Trouble Rstorl
PR Panic Alm/Tbl Rstorl
PS Panic Supervisory
PT Panic Trouble
PU Panic Unbypass
QA Emergency Alarm
QB Emergency Bypass
QH Emergency Alarm Rstl
QJ Emergncy Troubl Rstl
QR Emrgncy Alm/Tbl Rstl
QS Emergency Supervsry
QT Emergency Trouble
QU Emergency Unbypass
RA Remote Prog Cal Fail
RB Remote Prog Begin
RC Relay Close
RD Remote ProgAcessDeny
RN Remote Reset
RO Relay Open
RP Automatic Test
RR Power UP
RS Remote Prog Success
RT Data Lost
RU Remote Program Fail
RX Manual Test
RY Off Normal
SA Sprinkler Alarm
SB Sprinkler Bypass
SH Sprinkler Alarm Rstl
SJ Sprinkler Trbl Rstl
SR Sprnklr Alm/Tbl Rstl
SU Sprnklr Unbypass
TA Tamper Alarm
TB Tamper Bypass
TC All Points Tested
TE Test End
TH Tamper Alarm Rstl
TJ Tamper Trouble Rstl
TP Walk Test Point
TR Tamper Restoral
TS Test Begin
TT Tamper Trouble
TU Tamper Unbypass
TX Test Report
UA Untyped Zone Alarm
UB Untyped Zone Bypass
UC Cancel Burg Alarm
UH Untyped Alarm Rstl
UJ Untyped Trouble Rstl
UR Untyped Alm/Tbl Rstl
US Untyped Supervisory
UT Untyped Trouble
UU Untyped Unbypass
UV Cancel Burg Alarm
UW Invalid Signal
UX Test
UY Untyped Missing Tbl
UZ Untyped Missing Alm
VI Printer Paper In
VO Printer Paper Out
VR Printer Restoral
VT Printer Trouble
VX Printer Test
VY Printer On-Line
VZ Printer Off-Line
WA Water Alarm
WB Water Bypass
WH Water Alarm Rstl
WJ Water Trouble Rstl
WR Water Alm/Tbl Rstl
WU Water Unbypass
XA Extra Account Report
XE Extra Point Trouble
XF Extra RF Point
XH RF Interference Rstl
XI Sensor Reset
XJ RF Receiver Rstl
XL Low RF Signal Streng
XM Miss CrossPoint Alm
XQ RF Interference
XR XMTR Battery Rstl
XS RF Receiver
XT XMTR Battery Trouble
XW Forced Point
XX Fail Test
YC Comm Failed Trouble
YD Rcvr Line Card Fail
YE Rcvr Line Card Rstl
YF Checksum Fail Parmtr
YG Parameter Changed
YH Bell/Siren Restoral
YI Over Current Trouble
YJ Over Current Restorl
YK Communications Rstl
YM System Battery Miss
YN Bad Transmission
YO Unknown Message
YQ Power Supply Restorl
YR System Battery Rstl
YS Communications Tbl
YW Watchdog Timer Reset
YX Service Required
YY Status Report
YZ Service Completed
ZH Freezer Alarm Restrl
ZJ Freezer Troubl Rstrl
ZR Freezer Alm/Tbl Rstl
ZS Freezer Supervisory
ZT Freezer Trouble
ZU Freezer Unbypass

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