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1 Make your premises an Oasis of security
JA-80 Make your premises an Oasis of security EN 0611 d2

2 A solution for your security & comfort......

3 Main differences to the JA-63
868MHz radio (up to 2000 meters), no visible antennas, supervision every 9 minutes 3V lithium batteries - calculated lifetime 3 years LCD keypad with editable texts RFID proximity card reader built into keypads 50 addresses to enroll wireless devices (programmable reactions) Optional enrollment of devices by entering their production code (bar code) 2 hard-wired inputs + inputs in keypads, door detectors and PIR detectors Up to 50 users (each can have code, card or both), code management in Comlink 2 levels of partial arming or splitting into 2 sections + 1 common section External keypads for access control Totally wire-free outdoor siren Indication of active detectors (open windows or doors) Combined wireless movement and glass-break detector Invisible window-detector Final-door detector function (garage etc.) Annual inspection indication (selectable) Summer / Winter time (selectable) Smart heating control Compatible with CA-1802 and CA-1803 car alarms Identical functions for GSM/GPRS and LAN/PSTN communicators Separate programming of ARC (Automatic Receiving Center) Complies with latest EN and TS standards (grade 2)

4 “LEGO” architecture

5 JK-81 kit Devices supplied pre-enrolled and pre-programmed
Simple installation

6 JK-81 consists of: Control panel with GSM communicator Wireless keypad
PIR detector Magnetic detector Indoor siren Key fob Wireless door bell button Proximity card Accessories (batteries etc.)

7 1 Installation in 7 steps 5 6 4 7 3 2 Install to the board:
Control panel, insert SIM, connect phone and SMS terminal, connect back up battery and power JA-60F keypad + batteries Connect the large display cable inside the control panel JA-60N, JA-60P, RC-40, UC-260, RC-28 3 2

8 Service mode after powering up
A: Enrollment of more devices key 1 and connect batteries, exit with # B: Communication quality test key 298 (turns on signal measurement) arrow keys scroll devices device triggering = signal from 1/4 to 4/4 # returns you to Service mode C: GSM signal strength test key 922 return to Service mode by # Each signal should be at least 2/4 If it is not in programming, enter F0 6060

9 Programming Example: 4 hh mm DD MM YY = clock 201 Exit delay 10sec.
*0 = tel. number 9261 = forward SMS In programming mode by entering sequences from the keypad Install the set of UC-222 with the fan

10 299 enrollment of PGX to AC relay X
PGX function = on / off

11 Handover to the user 5 more minutes with your customer can safe you hours in future

12 Operating a key-fob SET UNSET Both buttons = PANIC (arm) (disarm)
Arming Disarming Panic Both buttons = PANIC

13 Keypad layout Alarm or fault SET A, B and C Power Details
Setting (arming) Hot keys A, B & C More details in the User manual PGX On / Off Detail reading

14 Let the user feel that (s)he is the master
„Master“ card enrollment: * card Access card enrollment: * 6, Master card, key nn, card Access code programming: * 6, Master card, key nn, code To erase access code and card: * 6, Master card, key nn, 0000 nn = user number 01 to 50 Each user can have code, card or both 5 more minutes with your customer can safe you hours in future John 2375

15 Keypad operation * Card / code Unsetting / Setting ABC
Complete setting A Partial setting A (if used) B Partial setting B (if used) ? Status details (open windows, PG, faults) PGX on PGX off # Esc * Function More details in the User manual

16 * instructions * 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 * 8 * 9 * 0
ABC arming(=ABC button) * 2 A arming(=A button) * 3 B arming(=B button) * 4 Memory reading * 5 Master code / card changing * 6 Access code / card programming * 7 Operating under duress * 8 PGX control (*81/*80 = on/off or *8 = 2sec. pulse) * 9 PGY control (*91/*90 = on/off or *9 = 2sec. pulse) * 0 Service or Maintenance (* 0 service or master code) More details in the User manual

17 2 level partial arming Key A Key B Key ABC C A A B C A+B A B C A+B+C A
Example: Family house C Key A A Evening arming Garage…. A A B C Key B A+B Night arming Ground floor + garage A B C Key ABC A+B+C C A B Complete arming A B

18 Split system A B C A B C A B C Example: Two families in a house
Code or card Bush Bush ARMED C Code or card Blair A B Blair ARMED C If both A+B armed, then C also armed A B Entire house armed incl. Common section C

19 Communicator test Both buttons PANIC Panic alarm SMS Result:
Arming Disarming Panic Result: Function test Knowing the SIM card tel. number

20 Remote access testing Phone keypad authorization:
Call and wait for the system to respond (after 5 rings) Enter a valid code (master, user or service) Operate the system - hang up at the end SMS instructions: „Code space INSTRUCTION“ SET Arming UNSET Disarming STATUS Status checking MEMORY Last event memory checking PGX ON Turning PGX on PGX OFF Turning PGX off PGY ON Turning PGY on PGY OFF AUX ON Turning AUX on AUX OFF Turning AUX off CREDIT Prepaid SIM card balance checking Arming Disarming Panic

21 Control panel JA-80K Features 1: Back up battery 1.3Ah or 2.6Ah
Standby consumption 50 mA 2 wired inputs (01 and 02) - programmable Outputs: EW - external warning (dry contact, max. 1A) IW - internal warning (switches to GND, max. 0.5A) PGX & PGY (switch to GND max. 0.2A) +U power, max. 0.4A Built in transceiver Optional external antenna Up to 50 wireless devices Selectable reactions (Natural or others) Assignment to sections (A, B, C) All devices have natural reaction in section C as factory-default Devices can also be enrolled by keying in their production codes

22 Control panel JA-80K Hard-wired inputs: Max. of 5 detectors in a loop
Maximum of 5 detectors in a loop, Differentiates between triggering and tampering Programmable reaction (Natural = delayed) Enrollment of a wireless device to address 01 or 02 disables the input terminal Max. of 5 detectors in a loop

23 Control panel JA-80K Features 2:
Two-level partial setting (A, AB, ABC) Or split system: A, B and C (common section) Devices and codes/cards can have reactions: Off, Natural, Panic, Fire, 24hr., Next delay, Instant, Set, PG control, Set/Unset Up to 5 final-door detectors Intruder alarm confirmation by a 2nd detector Indication of permanently triggered detectors (details by ? key) Annual inspection request indication option Summer / winter time option Memory for the last 255 events Replaceable memory chip Can be operated with up to: 50 user codes (locally or remotely by phone or internet) 50 user cards Option: Confirmation of the card by code

24 The JA-80F keypad JA-80E = hard-wired version LCD (2x 16 characters)
1st line = status or event 2nd line = name of the event source Keypad menu - language selection & chime function Hard-wired input IN (Natural reaction = Delayed) Built in proximity card reader Arrow keys allow you to control PGX (= *81 and *80) A, B & ABC arming hot keys ? Detail reading Keypad turns off after 20sec (if battery powered) 2 x AA Lithium 3V batteries (3 year lifetime - 2 operations/day) JA-80E = hard-wired version

25 Keypad text editing In service mode: Holding ? pressed opens editing
Keys: Arrow – selects the text string to be edited 1 and 7 - scroll through characters (A, B, C…..8,9,0) 4 and 5 - move cursor 2 deletes character # exits editing Comlink SW allows more convenient editing - keypad must be connected to the control panel bus

26 The PC-01 proximity card RFID access card (EM UNIQUE 125kHz)
Up to 50 cards can be enrolled to the system The card has the same function as an access code For higher security the card can be combined with a code PC-02 is a key tag version

27 The JA-80H outdoor keypad
Built in RFID reader Connects to the control panel bus via WJ-80 Provides a doorbell button Illuminated keys IP-65 Standby consumption 45 mA

28 The JA-80N outdoor reader
RFID card reader Connects to the control panel bus via WJ-80 IP-65 Standby consumption 40 mA

29 The WJ-80 interface Control panel bus
Connects outdoor keypad (reader) to the control panel Built-in door bell transmitter Output to operate an electrical door lock (Z8-12V) Open button input Keypad uses Wiegand protocol 26b DIP switches: System keypad / Outdoor bypass switch PGY can operate the door lock as well (Y/N) Door lock activation time 3 / 6 seconds Exit & entrance beeps (Y/N) Sequence 248 = PGY pulse Authorized phone opening *79*0 Control panel bus

30 The RC-80 key-fob 2 housings provided (2 or 4 buttons)
Key lock (4 buttons only) Can also be used with UC, AC, JA-80L an CA-180x Alkaline battery 6V, life time 2 to 3 years Working range up to 100m

31 The RC-88 button DIP switches: Can also be used with UC, AC and JA-80L
Panic (remote control or panic button function) TMP (disable tamper sensors and communication supervision) Can also be used with UC, AC and JA-80L 1x 1/2 AA Lithium 3V battery (3 year life time, max. 20 activations/day)

32 The RC-89 door bell button
Works with the JA-80L indoor siren Can be enrolled to the control panel as a portable panic button (by keeping pressed for 3 seconds) Can also be used with AC and UC modules No radio communication supervision 6V alkaline battery Working range up to 200m Mr. Jones

33 The RC-85 remote control module
Designed to be installed in a car 3 wires GND A = if connected to +12V transmits signal B = if connected to +12V transmits signal both A + B connected to +12V transmits a panic signal Works with the control panel, UC, AC and JA-80L No battery Flashing full-beam headlights or blowing the horn send signals Can also be used to transmit an alarm from a car alarm

34 The JA-80P detector PIR sensor Hard-wired input IN
15 min test mode after closing the cover DIP switches DEL / INS (natural reaction) NORM / HIGH (immunity level) Covers 120° / 12m Optional lenses (pet, long corridor, vertical curtain) 1 x AA Lithium battery 3V (3 year life time) 5 min sleep time (can be shortened to 1 minute)

35 The JA-80PB detector PIR sensor + glass-break sensor
Enrolls to 2 addresses in the system PIR = identical to JA-80P 15 min test mode after cover closing Glass-break DIP switches DEL / INS (natural reaction) PIR / GBS (LED indicator function in test mode) GB detection - up to 9m (can be tested with GBT-212) 2 Lithium 3V batteries: 1 x AA + 1x 1/2 AA

36 The JA-80M detector Magnetic door / window detector Status detector
DIP switches: DEL / INS (natural reaction) MG ON / MG OFF (enables/disables internal sensor) 2 input terminals: TMP = tamper input IN = alarm input 1x 1/2 AA Lithium 3V battery (3 year life time for 20 activations/day)

37 The JA-80S detector Fire detector (optical smoke + temperature over 60°) Test button Jumpers: FIRE / INS (natural reaction) SIREN ON / OFF (enables / disables internal siren) 1x AA Lithium 3V battery (3 year life time)

38 The JA-80G detector Combustive gas or fume detector
Can be tested with a cigarette lighter Jumpers: 10 / 20% LEL (gas concentration) MEM ON / OFF (memory function) Output relay contact max. 6A Mains powered Prototypes only

39 The JA-85P detector Mini-size PIR detector
Can be used in a house or in a car (CA-180x) 15 min test mode after closing the cover DIP switches NORM / HIGH (immunity level) DEL / INS (natural reaction) Supervision ON / OFF Sleep 1 / 5 minutes Semi-sphere lens max. detection distance 5m Communicating range up to 300 meters 1 x AA Lithium 3V battery (3 year life time)

40 The JA-85B detector Mini-size PIR detector
Can be used in a house or in a car (CA-1802 or 1803) 15 min test mode after closing the cover DIP switches DEL / INS (natural reaction) Supervision ON / OFF Detection up to 9 meters (can be tested with GBT-212) Communicating range up to 300 meters 1 x AA Lithium 3V battery (3 year life time)

41 The JA-82M detector Invisible window- (door-) detector
To be installed in the frame of a window (door) DIP switches: Position closed (A or B) INS / DEL TMP on / off Status / pulse reporting Communicating range up to 300 meters 2 x CR2354 Lithium 3V battery (3 year life time 5 activations/day) A B Prototypes only

42 The JA-80L indoor siren Generates sounds: LED indicates PGY status
IW alarm Exit and entrance beeps Door bell - 8 melodies Detector-triggered sounds - 8 melodies LED indicates PGY status Mains powered Tampering reported if disconnected from the power during an alarm Enrolls by plugging in Two volume levels (selectable by keeping the button pressed) Triple click enables/disables arming chirp sounds

43 The JA-80A outdoor siren Totally wire-free !!!
Loudness increases gradually Max. duration of the siren sound: 3 min. Flashes 30 min. after the alarm Jumpers: 50 / 25 s. (communication cycle with the control panel) LED ON / OFF (warning flash every minute) Enrolls by connecting its battery Lithium battery BAT-80 (max. life time 3 to 5 years)

44 The JA-80Y communicator Communication via GSM/GPRS
GSM gateway function Events reporting by: SMS and phone calls ARC (IP, SMS or CID protocols) ARC programming can be locked Remote access via: Phone (keypad registration or SMS) Internet - Unanswered ringing from an authorized phone number Remote access possible with a valid code (UC, MC, SC)

45 The JA-80V communicator Communication via LAN & PSTN Events reporting by: SMS and phone calls ARC (IP, CID or DR protocols) ARC programming can be locked Remote access via: Phone (keypad registration or SMS) Internet - Unanswered ringing from an authorized phone number Remote access possible with a valid code (UC, MC, SC) Combination of LAN and PSTN enables the same features as GSM/GPRS. Most of the JA-80V and JA-80Y functions are identical

46 Central monitoring INTERNET and or Telephone network Automatic
Receiving Center User notification Oasis

47 PC connected to Internet
Remote access INTERNET and or Internet Telephone PC connected to Internet Remote access from Internet

48 The JA-80X voice communicator
Reports alarms with voice messages Up to 4 phone numbers via PSTN 6 voice messages System name Intrusion Fire Tampering Panic Technical alarm Allows remote access via telephone keypad authorization Can be combined with JA-80V or JA-80Y Prototypes only

49 The SP-02 speaker phone For listening in and talking
Can be connected to PSTN or to the phone line simulated by JA-80Y Answers calls from authorized numbers Half-duplex communication allows a high sensitivity for listening Push-to-talk feature to call an emergency number 2 x AA alkaline 1.5V battery Prototypes only

50 The UC-82 relay module Powered by 12V DC
2 output relays (X & Y) - max 2A Low bat. output External antenna is optional Can be used with: Control panel Detectors RC-8x transmitters

51 The AC-82 relay module Powered directly from mains 230V, 50Hz
2 output relays (X and Y) - max 5A Can be used with: Control panel Detectors RC-8x transmitters TP-8x thermostats

52 The TP-80 thermostat Enrolls to AC-82 Transmits signals:
Temperature below target (normal heating) Below 6°C (anti-freezing) Below 3°C (Freezing alarm - Panic) Above 60°C (Fire alarm) Supervision and battery status Normal heating can be enabled or disabled in the AC-82 receiver by signals from the control panel (PG), remote controls or detectors 1 AA alkaline battery 1.5V, 1 year lifetime

53 The TP-82 thermostat Enrolls to AC-82 Indicates temperature
Transmits signals: Temperature below target (normal heating) Below 6°C (anti-freezing) Below 3°C (Freezing alarm - panic) Above 60°C (Fire alarm) Supervision and battery status Normal heating can be enabled or disabled in the AC-82 receiver by signals from the control panel (PG), remote controls or detectors 1 AA alkaline battery 1.5V, 1 year life time TP-83 weekly temperature programming (2007)

54 Simple heating control
Thermostat is enrolled to the AC receiver Radio Cable AC-82 Thermostat

55 Smart heating system Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Thermostat is enrolled to the AC receiver and also to the control panel

56 Smart heating system Heating = ON Normal heating control
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Normal heating control Heating = ON

57 Smart heating system Operating heating by remote controls
Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Operating heating by remote controls ON = normal heating OFF = anti-freezing heating only

58 Smart heating system Operating the heating by keypad
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Operating the heating by keypad ON = normal heating OFF = anti freezing heating only

59 Smart heating system Operating the heating by a phone
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Operating the heating by a phone ON = normal heating OFF = anti freezing heating only

60 Smart heating system Operating the heating by windows
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Operating the heating by windows CLOSED = normal heating OPEN = anti freezing heating only

61 Smart heating system Robbery ALARM !!!! Remote controls
Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Robbery ALARM !!!!

62 Smart heating system Freezing ALARM !!!! (heating is defective)
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Freezing ALARM !!!! (heating is defective)

63 Smart heating system Fire ALARM !!!! (temperature above 60 °C )
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Fire ALARM !!!! (temperature above 60 °C )

64 Smart heating system Low battery in thermostat Remote controls
Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Low battery in thermostat

65 Smart heating system Communication lost with thermostat
Remote controls Window detectors Control panel Thermostat AC-82 Telephone Heating Communication lost with thermostat

66 OASiS brings security and comfort
“Many useful and intuitive features are hidden within the system, disturbing neither the installer nor the end user….”

67 The UC-8014 multiple channel receiver
Power 230V AC 7 to 28 outputs Extra output for circulation pump Enrolls: thermostats RC controllers window detectors control panel PG outputs Designed for larger heating systems

68 Optional antennas Can be used with: Control panel UC-82 AN-80 AN-81

69 The JA-80T PC cable Connects control panel to PC
Provides USB interface Suitable for Comlink 80 and higher JA-80BT (Bluetooth option )

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71 Comlink 80 Compatible with JA-6x and JA-80


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