HONEYWELL DT6360STC PDF

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Delete if not required. Audio Alarm Verification; Provides a programmable Audio Alarm Verification AAV that can be used in conjunction with an output relay to permit voice dialog between an operator at the central station and a person at the premises. Cross-Zoning Capability - Helps prevent false alarms by preventing a zone from going into alarm unless its cross-zone is also faulted within 5 minutes.

Pager Interface - The Control Panel shall be capable of sending event information to an alphanumeric pager via a VA pager interface device. Generate an Exit Error report by user and by zone so the central station knows it was an exit alarm and who caused it. Programming - The Control shall be capable of being programmed locally or remotely using the ADEMCO Compass Downloader and shall be capable of: Uploading and downloading all programming information at baud.

Uploading and displaying firmware revision levels from the control. Conventional Detection Devices. The system shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts.

When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system.

The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate. System zone inputs shall be available for connection of sensing devices at the control panel and zone expander modules located at designated locations. Wood Frame Doors, Concealed Sensor, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility.

The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment. Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed Sensor, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility.

Hollow Metal Frame Doors and windows, concealed, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model T concealed sensor, equipped with the steel door adapter or equivalent. Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility.

Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed Sensor, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, conventional- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. Filled Steel Frame Doors, Exposed, Armored, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility.

Roof Hatches, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of hatches and access doors to the roof of the facility. Hatches, Exposed, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility.

Overhead Doors - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of overhead bay doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model Overhead Door sensor, or equivalent. Glass Break Detector, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows.

Glass Break Detector, Conventional, Flush-mounted - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows.

Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Ceiling-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms.

Dual-Tec Motion Detector, anti-mask, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Vibration Sensors - The system shall include Vibration Sensors where designated.

When the sensor detects vibration, the sensor shall send messages indicating the fault to the control panel. The model number of the vibration sensor is the Honeywell SC or equivalent. Temperature Threshold Detector - Selected areas in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high or low level temperatures within a designated area.

Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, server rooms, classrooms or other areas where temperature threshold notification is critical. Leak, Flood, Water Level - The system shall monitor the level of water in a designated location.

The owner may monitor air conditioning duct drip pans, areas beneath water heaters and tanks, refrigeration drain basins, sump pumps, basements, or restrooms. Carbon Monoxide Detector, Conventional - Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide.

Locations for carbon monoxide detectors may be in parking garages, kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each carbon monoxide detector, install a System Sensor CO Carbon Monoxide detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. Natural Gas Detector - Selected areas in the facility will use natural gas detectors to sense high levels of natural gas.

Locations for natural gas detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each natural gas detector, install a Honeywell zone input module and a Macurco MA-GD2A natural gas detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply.

Panic and Emergency Buttons - The system shall include manual panic buttons under desks, in storage rooms, in walk-in refrigeration units and other designated locations.

The panic button shall be the Honeywell Model R or equivalent. Holdup Device - Foot Rail, Conventional - The system shall include Foot Rail Devices on the floor below the customer service station or below designated desks within the protected location. The Foot Rail devices are the Honeywell Model or equivalent.

The Bill trap devices are the Honeywell Model or equivalent. Safe or Vault Protection: Monitor the status of the Safe. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system including seismic detectors such as the Honeywell SC or equivalent where designated.

Photo Beam, Feet, conventional - The system shall monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. Wireless Detection Devices. The wireless receiver shall receive messages from wireless devices indicating device detection loop open, normal, shorted, tamper alarm, and low battery status when sent from transmitters associated with the system. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel.

Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. The wireless repeater shall be UL Listed for the application. The wireless repeater shall receive and forward messages from wireless devices indicating device detection loop open, normal, shorted, tamper alarm, and low battery status when sent from transmitters associated with the system.

The model number of the repeater is Honeywell RP or equivalent. The system shall include Wireless transmitters where designated. When the device is triggered and normal, the wireless transmitter shall send messages indicating the state of the device to the control panel. Each transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location.

The transmitter shall be model number CB or equivalent. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel.

Each door sensor shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The model number of the wireless door sensor is the MN or equivalent. Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility.

The when the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. The model number of the door sensor is the T and the CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent.

Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility.

Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Wireless- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. Each wireless transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, a back tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location, or when opened.

The model number of the door sensor is the Ademco and the CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. Hatch doors, exposed, wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of hatches in the facility. Glass Break Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows.

Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model Glass Break detector or equivalent. Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms.

Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Curtain, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Temperature Threshold Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high or low level temperatures within a designated area.

For each Temperature Threshold detector, install a Honeywell wireless temperature alarm transmitter and a Honeywell TSR Temperature probe or equivalent. Leak, Flood, Water Level, Wireless - The system shall monitor the level of water in a designated location.

Carbon Monoxide Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide. The holdup devices shall be the Honeywell Model two-button holdup button or equivalent. Asset Protection, Wireless - Selected indoor assets within the protected site will use wireless indoor asset protection devices to sense protected object Asset Protection.

Outdoor Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall, Post, or Pole-mounted, Wireless - Selected outdoor areas in the protected site will use outdoor motion detectors to sense motion.

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