Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater) and GV4 Intrusion Panel Integration

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Overview

The Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater) and GV4 series intrusion panel integration enables local workstations to monitor and interact with Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater) and GV4 series intrusion panels. Intrusion panel integration licenses must be purchased separately for each intrusion panel being monitored within the system.

Prior to configuring the integration, the following are required:

  • Access It! Universal.NET min s/w v6
  • Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater) or GV4 (v1.##)

Access It! Universal.NET Licensing

The following licensing option must be enabled within the Access It! Universal dongle and is a system wide license. 

  • Intrusion Panels - 1/x

Panel Configuration

It is assumed that field technicians are familiar with the installation and servicing of the RPS configuration software for the Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater) or GV4 series intrusion panels. All question regarding the Bosch RPS configuration software or the Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater) and GV4 series intrusion panels must be directed to Bosch Technical Support.

GV3

  • Within RPS the AUXPARM | SDI Automation value must be Yes
  • Within the B426 Network Module, the rotary dial must be set to 3 (SDI Address 80) 
  • Within the B426 Network Module the Legacy TCP Automation Mode must be enabled under the Basic Network Settings
  • Within the B426 Network Module the Legacy Panel Mode must be disabled under the Advanced Network Settings

GV4

  • Within RPS the AUXPARM | Automation value for Automation Device must be on SDI address 80
  • Within RPS the AUXPARM | Automation value for Enable SDI Address 80 Supervision must be set to No
  • Within RPS the AUXPARM | Automation value for Status Rate must be set to 0
  • Within the B426 Network Module, the rotary dial must be set to 3 (SDI Address 80) 
  • Within the B426 Network Module the Legacy TCP Automation Mode must be enabled under the Basic Network Settings
  • Within the B426 Network Module the Legacy Panel Mode must be disabled under the Advanced Network Settings
  • The B426 must be connected to the GV4 using SDI Connector (not SDI2)

Software Configuration

Hardware Tree

Adding A GV3 (v8.13 and greater) or GV4 Intrusion Detection Panel

  1. Navigate to the hardware tree by clicking on the hardware group within the Navigation pane
  2. Select Intrusion Panels item from the hardware tree
  3. Click New button on the toolbar
  4. Enter appropriate name for the panel
  5. Select Intrusion panel type of Bosch GV3 (v8.13 and greater), GV4
  6. Enter appropriate IP address
  7. Enter appropriate TCP port
    Default port is 7700
  8. Select desired Arming Mode
  9. Click Save button to save and close Intrusion Panel properties

Creating Intrusion Panel Areas

By creating intrusion panel areas, friendly names are assigned to pre-programmed area numbers within the panel.

  1. Navigate to the hardware tree by clicking on the hardware group within the Navigation pane
  2. Select Intrusion Panels item from the hardware tree
  3. Select appropriate intrusion panel to be modified
  4. Select Areas tab from lower pane
  5. Click New button on the Areas tab toolbar
  6. Enter appropriate name for the Area name
  7. Enter appropriate Area number
  8. Click Save button to save and close Intrusion Area properties

Creating Intrusion Panel Ouputs

By creating intrusion panel outputs, friendly names are assigned to pre-programmed area numbers within the panel.

  1. Navigate to the hardware tree by clicking on the hardware group within the Navigation pane
  2. Select Intrusion Panels item from the hardware tree
  3. Select appropriate intrusion panel to be modified
  4. Select Outputs tab from lower pane
  5. Click New button on the Outputs tab toolbar
  6. Enter appropriate name for the Output name
  7. Enter appropriate Output number
  8. Click Save button to save and close Intrusion Output properties

Creating Intrusion Panel User Codes

  1. Navigate to the hardware tree by clicking on the hardware group within the Navigation pane
  2. Select Intrusion Panels item from the hardware tree
  3. Select appropriate intrusion panel to be modified
  4. Select User Codes tab from lower pane
  5. Click New button on the User Codes tab toolbar
  6. Click the ... button from within the User name field
  7. Enter a Last Name or Card Number
  8. Click the magnifying glass icon to search
  9. Select appropriate user from result list
  10. Click OK button to populate User name with the selected user
  11. Enter appropriate User number
  12. Click Save button to save and close Intrusion User Code properties

Creating Intrusion Panel Points

By creating intrusion panel outputs, friendly names are assigned to pre-programmed area numbers within the panel.

  1. Navigate to the hardware tree by clicking on the hardware group within the Navigation pane
  2. Select Intrusion Panels item from the hardware tree
  3. Select appropriate intrusion panel to be modified
  4. Select Points tab from lower pane
  5. Click New button on the Points tab toolbar
  6. Enter appropriate name for the Point name
  7. Enter appropriate Point number
  8. Click Save button to save and close Intrusion Point properties

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