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1 7847i Internet Communication Module

2 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Agenda Introduction Overview of the 7847i / 7847iE Communication Path Features Summary of connections Before You Leave the Shop Network Connectivity Programming the Device Registering the Device Updating Code

3 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Introduction The 7847i delivers highly secure, reliable, Internet communication of alarm data while the 7847i-E is suitable for enterprise private network applications using local LAN or point to point connections.

4 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Applications Banking Institutions Jewelry Industry Federal Government Medical Industrial Residential

5 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Features Secure IP Reporting Dialer Capture Ready Universal Control Panel Compatibility Full Contact ID or ADEMCO High Speed Reporting Six Input Zones Tamper Protected Enclosure Remote Services Capability* Network Friendly Ease of installation Upload/Download

6 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Wiring the 7847i/7847i-E Wiring connections for ECP or 4204 modes Wiring for ECP, 4204 and Two-4204 Modes Connect the 7847i/7847i-E to a compatible Honeywell VISTA control panel's ECP terminals, in parallel with keypads and other peripheral devices

7 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Wiring the 7847i/7847i-E Wiring a LynxR-I for ECP Mode To trip the zone on the 7847i/7847i-E in V+ trigger mode, the positive triggering voltage from the control panel must be within 2.0V-14V. Note: Trigger levels above this range may cause permanent damage to the unit. Trigger levels below this range result in unreliable operation. To trip the zone on the 7847i/7847i-E in V- trigger mode, the negative triggering voltage must be less than 1.0V.

8 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Wiring the 7847i/7847i-E Wiring for Zone Trigger Mode To trip the zone on the 7847i/7847i-E in V+ trigger mode, the positive triggering voltage from the control panel must be within 2.0V-14V. Note: Trigger levels above this range may cause permanent damage to the unit. Trigger levels below this range result in unreliable operation. To trip the zone on the 7847i/7847i- E in V- trigger mode, the negative triggering voltage must be less than 1.0V.

9 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Wiring the 7847i/7847i-E Primary power for the 7847i/7847i-E is provided by the auxiliary power output of the control panel 9.6V –13.8V, typical, or other external power source. Zone 1 Input to a LynxR Trigger Output Zone 1 Input for EOL Supervised N.O./N.C. Triggers

10 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Select Programming Option From AlarmNet Direct If the device is already in service go to: If the device is new, choose the appropriate selection:

11 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i For A new account enter the following: Primary City ID Primary CSID Primary subscriber Supervision rate MAC ID MAC CRC Then select: Enable remote services Advanced programming Enabling Remote Services Remember to enable here if using Total Connect

12 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Edit Mode Status of the device is displayed. With Edit displayed in the Actions box Click GO.

13 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Select Operation Mode –– ECP – 4204 Emulation – – s Emulation – Zone Select Options Old Alarm Time IP Fault Time Fault Relay Normally On Tamper Report Use DHCP –NIC IP Address –Subnet Mask –Gateway IP Address –DNS Server IP Address Enable Power Save Select Mode and Options

14 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i AlarmNet Direct Programming ECP Mode Enable Direct Wire Downloading –Keypad Address Total Connect Features –Remote Access –Keypad Address/Type –Multimode –Multimode Address Zone 6 and 7 –EOLR, V+ or V- –Invert Zone –Zone Restore –Zone Delay

15 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Zone Mode Trip Inputs 1 or 2 w/Bell out –Increases Trip Voltage to 5V for V+ mode Lynx Panic Telco Zone Open/Close Zone Multimode –Total Connect Trigger Type Invert Zone Zone Restore Zone Delay Zone Report On Arm AlarmNet Direct Programming

16 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i 4204 Emulation Modes Fault Relay Normally On Telco Zone Open/Close Zone Enable Direct Wire Downloading –Keypad Address Total Connect Feature –Remote Access –Keypad Address/Type –Set Multi Partition View Zone Restore Zone Delay Zone Report On Arm –Zone 4 or Zone 8 Arms AlarmNet Direct Programming

17 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i If the device is powered and connected to the Internet: Save And Transfer Data to Device If the device is not powered or connected to the Internet: Click “Save” Click “Exit” Return to Show Program Devices page. AlarmNet Direct Programming

18 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i 7720 Programming Tool The device can also be programmed using a 7720P Programmer. This 7720P allows access to Useful Diagnostic Tools.

19 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i 7720P Programming Enters programming mode. If a password has been previously assigned, this prompt appears. Enter a 4-digit password (0-9, A-F, N, S, T, X, Y). The next prompt appears. NOTE: The central station can remotely block access to local device programming. If this has been done, the following prompt appears: Strt Prog Mode? (Y/N)_ Enter Password Program Device? (Y/N)_ Change Password? (Y/N)_ Access to Prog Mode Denied

20 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming In ECP mode, the 7847i/7847i-E communicates with the panel as a Long Range Radio (LRR) device. Enter the appropriate ECP device address. For controls, see the control panel’s Installation and Setup Guide. Press the [space] key to scroll through the modes of operation. Press [ENTER] to select ECP mode. ECP Zone Triggers 4204 Emu Two 4204s Device Address (03)_ Device Mode (ECP)_

21 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Enter the 2-digit primary city ID, (decimal). Enter the 2-digit primary central station ID number, 01-FE (HEX). Enter the 4-digit subscriber account number for the primary central station, (decimal). Applicable only if control supports Central Station #1and #2 Category Enable reporting for the LRR device(e.g., VISTA-128BP, FA1660C, etc.). Enter the 2-digit secondary city ID, (decimal). Enter the 2-digit second central station's ID number,01-FE (HEX). Enter the 4-digit subscriber account number for the second central station, Primary City ID? (??)_ Primary CS ID? (??)_ Primary Sub ID? (????)_ 2ND City ID? (??)_ 2ND CS ID? (??)_ 2ND Sub ID? (????)_ 2ND CS Y/N? (N)_

22 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Multi-Mode ( notification) is intended as a convenience for the user, and does not replace Central Station reporting of critical events (alarms, troubles, etc.). Select "4204 Sourced" to send up to four events or " Sourced" to send eight events. Disable for normal alarm processing and go to Prompt21: "Primary City ID". Device address must be unique from the normal LRR Device Address (Prompt 28), and the Keypad Address used for Remote Access or Direct Wire downloading. Press [Y] to allow the end user to access their system via a website. Remote Access Y/N (N)_ Multi Mode (Disabled)_ Multi Mode Addr (12)_

23 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Applies only to VISTA-128BP/250BP and FBP Series controls, and FA1600C and FA1700C Series controls. Must be programmed if using either the Remote Access feature or Direct Wire downloading. Enter the appropriate device address. 24 Hours 1 Hour US UL Line (6 Min) CN UL Line Lvl 3 (3 Min) US UL Line (90 Sec) CN UL Line Lvl 4 (90 Sec) CN UL Line Lvl 5 (75 Sec) None 30 Day The AlarmNet network must hear at least one supervisory message from the module during this supervision period; otherwise, AlarmNet notifies the central station that a communication failure has occurred. Direct Wire Y/N (N)_ Keypad Address (28)_ Supervision (24 Hours)_

24 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Sets how long an undeliverable alarm is retried for delivery to the central station. Enter the time delay (01-99) in minutes before the 7847i/7847i-E notifies the control panel that there is loss of contact with the network. The fault open collector output is normally energized to ground, and de-energizes (open circuit) in the event of a module fault. Allows the Cover Tamper to be disabled/enabled. UL NOTE: Must be 10 Minutes Old Alarm Time (10 Minutes)_ IP Flt Time (60 mins)_ Flt Rel ON Y/N (N)_ Tamper Rpt Y/N (Y)_

25 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Mode Use DHCP Y/N (Y) _ NIC IP Address: _ Gateway IP Addr: _ Subnet Mask: _ DNS Serv IP Addr: _ If using DHCP the screens below will not be shown. It will skip to the “PWR Save Mode” question.

26 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Mode Enable Zn 6 (Y/N) (N) Zn 6 Trigger Type (V+) Restore Zn 6 Y/N (Y) Invert Zn 6 (Y/N) (N) Delay Zn 6 (secs) (00) Repeat for zone 7 if required V+ 2V to 13V Trips Zone V- 0V Ground Trips Zone EOLR Loss of 2k EOLR Trips No - Normal Zone Activation Yes - Faulted Zone sends normal report. - Normal Zone sends alarm report. Yes - Zone sends Restore report. No - Zone will not send Restore report. Zone can be Delayed from 1 to 15 seconds Zone must remain faulted for the full extent of delay to send report.

27 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Mode Pwr Save Mode (Y/N) (Y) _ When Power Save Mode is enabled, the Network Interface Card (NIC) powers up, Pings a Redir, and turn back off. This process takes about 3 seconds and the process repeats every 20 seconds. Some Routers may see this as being “under attack” and shut down the Port on the router. Devices connected to routers that shut down the port may try using Static IP Addressing, before disabling the Power Save Mode feature. Power cycle the Router to reset the port, and determine if this was the problem. NOTE: If this feature is disabled, the device will not meet the UL Requirement for Battery Backup. It will reduce the backup time to 18 hours.

28 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Updating Root File \ DONE Resetting……… Programming Mode Create Password? Y/N Exit Prog Mode? Y/N Review? Y/N Press Enter to Continue and Exit Press Shift Y then Enter to Continue and Exit

29 Zone Mode Setup

30 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Zone Mode Lynx Panic Y/N (N) With a LynxR/R-EN Panel, enable Lynx Panic Temporal Pulse = Zone 1 Report –FIRE Constant or Steady = Zone 2 Report –BURG Single 3 second Pulse = Zone 3 Report –Silent Panic, Medical, Duress Always program Zone 1/2 as a negative trip (V-) and install a 2k EOLR across the zone input and ground.

31 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Zone Mode Enabling this option will change the required trip voltage on zones 1, 2 and 3, as described below. Positive Trip – Always enable for Positive Trip. – Disabled – 2V – Enabled – 5V Negative Trip – Disabled – 0V ground potential – Enabled – 0V to 5V will trip. Must be greater than 5V to be normal. This field also affects the zone 3 input. Trip Inputs 1 or 2 w/Bell Out (N)

32 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Zone Mode Enabling this option will cause the specified zone input to send the High Speed Telco Report to Central Station. Available for zones 3 through 7. Telco Fault Telco Restore Telco Zone (0)

33 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Enabling this option will cause the specified zone to send a High Speed Open or Close report to central station, in the zone that was indicated. Example uses zone 3 to indicate Open/Close Available for zones 3 through 7. Arming – Restore Report Disarming – Alarm Report Note: If your trigger activates for Arming, you will need to enable INVERT for the zone. (Invert option will be discussed later.) Programming Zone Mode Open/Close Zone (0)

34 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Zone Mode Enabling this option will cause the specified zone ONLY attempt to generate an message via Total Connect Remote Services. When enabled, only device Supervisory Messages will be sent to Central Station, i.e. Low Batt, AC Loss, Swinger Suppression, etc. (Not Tamper) NOTE: This option should only be enabled when using Remote Services and Alarm Reports are not desired to be received by Central Station. Multi-mode (N)

35 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programming Zone Mode Zn x Trigger Type (V+) Restore Zn x Y/N (Y) Invert Zn x (Y/N) (N) Delay Zn x (secs) (00) V+ 2V to 13V Trips Zone V- 0V Ground Trips Zone EOLR Loss of 2k EOLR Trips No - Normal Zone Activation Yes - Faulted Zone sends normal report. - Normal Zone sends alarm report. Yes - Zone sends Restore report. No - Zone will not send Restore report. Zone can be Delayed from 1 to 15 seconds Zone must remain faulted for the full extent of delay to send report.

36 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Exiting Program Mode Correctly NEVER disconnect the programmer while in program mode. ALWAYS exit program mode AND leave the programmer connected until the screen displays “DONE”. If you didn’t exit correctly… Plug the programmer back in and… Press enter then exit as normal. - or - Power cycle the 7845GSM radio.

37 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Registering… Shift Registering… Registration Successful

38 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Registering…PIN Replacement When registering the GSM radio press –Enter PIN –Wait for acknowledgement Registering… PIN: _ Registration SUCCESS

39 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Status Codes STATUS CODEDESCRIPTION 0000Control Panel lost communication with panel i tamper detected (cover removed) i has lost contact with AlarmNet 000F7847i is not registered; radio account not activated i Power On Reset 0C807847i Power On Reset & Tamper detected 0C8F7847i Power On Reset, Tamper detected & Not Registered The 7847i sends status messages to the control panel for tamper and network communication failures. When using Honeywell’s VISTA-10P, VISTA-15P, Vista 20P series control panels, the status is displayed on the control panel’s keypad as “Check 103 LRR” followed by a 4-digit code).

40 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Status Display LEDs

41 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Mode & Status LEDs Press and hold the Mode & Status button to view. The two Yellow LEDs indicate which mode the device is programmed in. The first Green LED indicates the status of the Internet or Web connection.

42 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Network Connectivity LEDs

43 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Central Station Messages

44 7720P Programmer Diagnostic Commands

45 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands INTERNAL IP/GSM x.x.xx mm/dd/yy MAC xxxxxxxxxxxx MAC CRC yyyy [ A ] [ B ] Software Revision MAC Address Mon 01 Jan :48:39 am [ C ] GMT Time and Date The 7720P Programmer is an invaluable tool for troubleshooting the device and network connection. Section 5 of the Installation Instructions provides details of each command.

46 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands Physical Link Good NIC IP Address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Subnet Mask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx [ D ] Network Diagnostics Display If using DHCP, this information is assigned by the Gateway/Router. If not using DHCP, this information must match the information provided by the site Network Administrator. [ * ] to go to Subnet Mask [ * ] to go to NIC IP Address [ * ] to go to Gateway IP Address For more information on Network Diagnostics, see Section 6 of the Installation Instructions. Gateway IP Addr xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx [ * ] to go to DNS Server IP

47 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands Encryption Test AES Passed! DHCP OK DNS Serv IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx [ * ] to go to DHCP Status [ * ] to go to encryption test If using DHCP, this information is assigned by the Gateway/Router. If not using DHCP, this information must match the information provided by the site Network Administrator. If using DHCP Run Network Diagnostic Tests Network Diagnostics Display Continued [ F ] Testing Gateway Redir 1

48 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands ECP 67 TmPB Flt xx 5 ++ OK TmPB Flt 5555 xx 5 ++ OK TmPB Flt x 5 ++ OK [ S ] Status Display for ECP Mode Status Display for 4204 Emulation Mode Status Display for Emulation Mode [ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous field Bat NLd: x.xxV Bat Ld: x.xxV Status Display for Zone Trigger Mode TmPB Flt OK Battery Voltage Status Display [ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous field

49 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands ECP 67 TmPB Flt xx 5 ++ OK TmPB Flt 5555 xx 5 ++ OK TmPB Flt x 5 ++ OK [ S ] Status Display for ECP Mode Status Display for 4204 Emulation Mode Status Display for Emulation Mode [ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous field Bat NLd: x.xxV Bat Ld: x.xxV Status Display for Zone Trigger Mode TmPB Flt OK Battery Voltage Status Display [ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous field

50 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands [ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous field Reset CPU Y/N [ T ] [ X ] Reset the 7847i Test Msg Sent Send Test Alarm [ * ] = next field, [BS] = previous field Battery Charger OK Line Voltage xx.xxV Battery Charger Status Display Line Voltage Status Display [ S ] Continued

51 Honeywell Proprietary Honeywell.com  i Programmer Keyboard Commands Force Server Update? Y/N Cannot Upload Try Later!_ Force Upload of Configuration File [ 0 ] Path for Data Transmission Not Available. Note: If the Internet is not available or if the module cannot communicate with AlarmNet, the following screen will be displayed after entering this command.

52 and click on MyWebTech User name: honeywell Password: support99 Honeywell Security support AlarmNet Support (800)


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