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BAT CDMA WIFI
SKU: IPD-BAT-CDMA-WIFI

Wi-Fi, Internet & Cellular
Alarm Communicator

Quick Reference

Programming for TELCO use on DSC:

Section

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator

301

Enter Phone Number

Section:
301

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Phone Number

310

Enter Account Number

Section:
310

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

350

Enter ‘03’ for Contact

Section:
350

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter ‘03’ for Contact

Programming for TELCO use on Vista:

Section

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator

*41

Enter Phone Number

Section:
*41

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Phone Number

*43

Enter Account Number

Section:
*43

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

*193

Enter 1, 0. Enable to turn on Address 20

Section:
*193

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1, 0. Enable to turn on Address 20

Programming for TELCO use on GE NetworX:

Device 0

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator

Location 0

Enter the Phone Number

Device 0:
Location 0

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter the Phone Number

Location 1

Enter Account Number

Device 0:
Location 1

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

Location 2

Enter ‘13’ for Contact ID

Device 0:
Location 2

Universal Wi-Fi BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter ‘13’ for Contact ID

Technical Support Information

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Getting Started

Installation Guide

General Considerations

  • Before installation, your BAT-CDMA-WIFI must also be setup using the ‘dealer branded’ portal www.alarmdealer.com.
  • The BAT-CDMA-WIFI should be installed securely in the supplied plastic enclosure.
  • Choose a location with good reception by monitoring the BAT-CDMA-WIFI signal strength LEDs with temporary wiring for a power-up.
  • The BAT-CDMA-WIFI must be completely powered down before making other wiring terminations to panel.

Wi-Fi Service Provisioning for AP & WPS

Connecting to a Wireless Network (AP Configuration)

The BAT-CDMA-WIFI has an AP Configuration Tool which is designed to assist in joining the wireless network to the BAT-CDMA-WIFI.

The following steps should be followed:

1. Connect the BAT-CDMA-WIFI to the alarm panel.
2. Using your Smartphone or laptop, open and search for Wireless Connections. Disconnect from any other networks.
3. In the list of Wi-Fi connections you should see one labeled: IPD-CFG-AP-XX-XX-XX. The last six digits will match the MAC address of your Wi-Fi device. If not, try moving your BAT- CDMA-WIFI to a different location for better reception.
4. Connect to the Wi-Fi Network: IPD CFG-AP-XX-XX-XX.
5. After you are connected with your Smartphone or laptop, open any web browser and type in the following IP Address: 192.168.100.1
6. When you connect to the above IP Address it will launch the AP Configuration Tool.
7. Click on “Scan for Wireless Networks”. The list will populate with all available wireless networks in your area.
8. Find the customers Wireless Network and select it. If security credentials are required, you will be prompted to enter them.
9. You should now be connected to the customers Wi-Fi Network.

Connecting to a Wireless Network (WPS)

Press the SW1 button (located on the top left side of the board) once, it should trigger the device to enter into WPS mode. LED 6 will blink as long as the device is in WPS mode. Follow the router’s directions to turn WPS on. Typically, enabling WPS involves simply pressing a button labeled ‘WPS’ on the customer’s router or switch. Once the Wi-Fi device and the router recognize each other, LED 6 will go solid indicating it has connected. You can now press the SW1 button twice to indicate the signal strength of the device.

Reset the Wireless Network (AP Configuration Tool)

Locate the button labeled SW1 on the top left of the board. When this button is pressed 5 times, it causes the device to perform a software reset and will allow you to perform the ‘AP Configuration Tool’ again.

Board Button Configuration

SW1 Button [located on the top left of the board]

There are several uses for the SW1 button on the device. Follow the instructions below when ‘Tapping’ the SW1 button for the following various features:

1 Tap - Device will go into WPS mode and should search for nearest WPS activated Wi-Fi router in the area.
2 Taps – Device will indicate Wi-Fi signal strength [Device must be paired with Wi-Fi]
3 Taps – CDMA Module Service Provisioning (OTAP)
4 Taps – Device will force a firmware upgrade [Device must be paired to a Wi-Fi router]
5 Taps - Device will factory reset and lose connection to any Wi-Fi it was previously attached to.

Should any pairing issues occur, press the SW1 button 5 times to factory reset and start the pairing
process over.

Pre-Installation

Hardware Registration

Before installation of your BAT-CDMA-WIFI, it must be registered at www.alarmdealer.com.

Here are the steps needed to register your hardware:

  • Log into www.alarmdealer.com with the dealer login information that was emailed to you.
  • Click Create Account Wizard
  • Follow the 4-Step Wizard

Locating and Installing the BAT-CDMA-WIFI

The BAT-CDMA-WIFI connects to the alarm panel’s power connections, telco, and keypad bus (if available) or key switch connections (optional).

The BAT-CDMA-WIFI automatically seeks an IP address.

Telco - Digital Dialer Connection

The BAT-CDMA-WIFI’s signal collection requires the alarm control panel send Contact ID format signals from its digital dialer. Wire the Telco side of the alarm control’s Tip & Ring to the BAT-CDMA-WIFI’s Tip & Ring.

Virtual Keypad Connection

The BAT-CDMA-WIFI connects to most DSC, Honeywell, and GE Networx alarm controls as a Virtual Keypad, allowing the customer virtual keypad access after they authenticate using the customer username and password you have assigned them in the pre-installation phase. You will need to refer to the wiring diagram for your specific panel for Data-in Data-out, YEL-GRN, or just Data. This connects to the G/RX, Y/TX connections on the BAT-CDMA-WIFI.

Power Connection

The final step is to wire the alarm panel’s 12VDC auxiliary power and ground to BAT-CDMA-WIFI positive (pin 3) and negative (pin 4) terminals.

Basic Programming

The BAT-CDMA-WIFI emulates telephone service (dial-tone) to the panel. Programming for the alarm control is limited to configuring the signal format as Contact ID, as well as inputting a telephone number to dial. In this case, the actual telephone number does NOT matter and is NOT used in the signal delivery process.

Virtual Keypad Programming

For panels that are “Interactive Ready” the following programming will provide full-feature virtual keypad access allowing the customer to enter their code to arm & disarm the system by way of utilizing the SecureSmartTM App and web interfaces.

Panel Type

Programming

DSC

No programming required to make the virtual keypad operate.

Panel Type:
DSC

Programming:
No programming required to make the virtual keypad operate.

Honeywell

Enable *193 with (1,0) to turn on Address 20. Note: insure that Address 20 is available.

Panel Type:
Honeywell

Programming:
Enable *193 with (1,0) to turn on Address 20. Note: insure that Address 20 is available.

GE

Automatically enroll to Keypad Slot (Expansion 240) once you enter and exit programming.

Panel Type:
GE

Programming:
Automatically enroll to Keypad Slot (Expansion 240) once you enter and exit programming.

Troubleshooting Diagnostic Information

Under normal operation the Activity light will periodically blink. A power cycle is recommended if the Activity light is not periodically blinking.

LED – 1

  • Used for DHCP & Network connection diagnostics:
  • Solid: Indicates a connection has been made to ipDatatel. (Online via CDMA)
  • 3 Flashes: Indicates the device is not connected to the Internet or is not assigned an address
    from the router.
  • 7 Flashes: Indicates the device is still working on “AP Configuration”, therefore is not connected
    to a Wi-Fi Network.
  • OFF (No Flashing) - Online Via Ethernet or WIFI

LED – 2

  • Used to indicate signal transmissions.

LED – 6 (When not connected to a Wi-Fi Router)

  • Flashing: Indicates device is searching for a router in WPS mode.
  • Solid: Indicates the device has found a router via WPS Mode.

LEDs – 3 to 6 (When connected to a Wi-Fi Router)

  • Displays signal strength, indicated on device startup and updated every 4 hours.

Validating the Installation

After the device is properly connected to the Alarm Panel and powered up, use the following steps to validate that the system is functioning properly:

  • Ensure that alarm signals reach your central station.
  • Ensure the virtual keypad functionality works through the website: www.alarmdealer.com and/or the SecureSmartTM App.

Wiring & Programming for Popular Panels

The following pages are organized by alarm panel type. Wiring and programming instructions are provided for:

  • Digital Security Control (DSC) Alarm Panels
  • Honeywell Vista Alarm Panels
  • GE NetworX Alarm Panels

DSC Panel Wiring and Programming

DSC Keybus & Tip/Ring Wiring

DSC PC-Link Connection

This provides for remote downloader functionality with ipDatatel’s Universal Downloader (uDownloader) software and will communicate signals using SIA format.

DSC PC-Link Wiring

DSC Panel Programming

All Control Panels must have a Phone Number in the Panel and an Account Number in the Panel. As long as your Reporting Codes are in the Panel and are trans- mitting in Contact ID it will send signals.

Programming when using TELCO (Recommended): General Concept Programming on DSC (BAT-CDMA-WIFI as Sole Communicator):

Section

BAT as Sole Communicator

Code Summarization

301

Enter a Receiver Number

Section:
301

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter a Receiver Number

310

Enter Account Number

Section:
310

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

350

Enter ‘03’ to send Contact ID

Panel default is ‘04’, SIA

Section:
350

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter ‘03’ to send Contact ID

Code Summarization:
Panel default is ‘04’, SIA

382

Enable option 3

Section:
382

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable option 3

Programming ONLY when using the PC-Link to send Signals (used when Tip/Ring cannot be utilized): DSC Programming for Communications - GSM Emulation:

If GSM is used, it must be in dialer capture mode.

Section

BAT as Sole Communicator

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device

Code Summarization

015

Disable Option 7

If GSM, Dis- able Option 7 If Phone Line, Enable Option 7

If GSM, Disable Option 7; If Phone Line, Enable Option 7

Option 7 turns on/off telephone line supervision.

Section:
015

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Disable Option 7

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
If GSM, Dis- able Option 7 If Phone Line, Enable Option 7

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
If GSM, Disable Option 7; If Phone Line, Enable Option 7

Code Summarization:
Option 7 turns on/off telephone line supervision.

167

Set ‘060’ Seconds

Set ‘060’ Seconds

Set ‘060’ Seconds

Sets T-Link acknowledgment delay to 60 secs.

Section:
167

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Set ‘060’ Seconds

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘060’ Seconds

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘060’ Seconds

Code Summarization:
Sets T-Link acknowledgment delay to 60 secs.

301

Set ‘CAAF’

Set ‘CAAF’

Set ‘CAAF’

‘CAAF’ has to be set for the panel to send signals to the PC-Link

Section:
301

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Set ‘CAAF’

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘CAAF’

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘CAAF’

Code Summarization:
‘CAAF’ has to be set for the panel to send signals to the PC-Link

302

N/A

N/A

Set ‘Central Station Receiver #’

Second telephone number goes here.

Section:
302

BAT as Sole Communicator:
N/A

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
N/A

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘Central Station Receiver #’

Code Summarization:
Second telephone number goes here.

303

N/A

Set ‘Central Station Receiver #’

Set ‘Central Station Receiver #’

This section is the telephone backup of section 301.

Section:
303

BAT as Sole Communicator:
N/A

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘Central Station Receiver #’

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘Central Station Receiver #’

Code Summarization:
This section is the telephone backup of section 301.

350

Set ‘04’/‘04’

Set ‘04’/’03 for Contact ID, 04 for SIA FSK’ **

Set ‘04’/’03 for Contact ID, 04 for SIA FSK’ **

Format sent as either contact ID (03), or SIA FSK (04). The PC-Link/BAT can ONLY receive signals via SIA FSK (04).

Section:
350

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Set ‘04’/‘04’

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘04’/’03 for Contact ID, 04 for SIA FSK’ **

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘04’/’03 for Contact ID, 04 for SIA FSK’ **

Code Summarization:
Format sent as either contact ID (03), or SIA FSK (04). The PC-Link/BAT can ONLY receive signals via SIA FSK (04).

Programming ONLY when using PC-Link to send Signals (Used when Tip/Ring cannot utilized):

if GSM is used, it must be in dialer capture mode.

Section

BAT as Sole Communicator

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device

Code Summarization

351

Enable Option 1

Enable Option 1, 5

Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Options to turn on/off alarm/ restore for telephone 1 (option 1),telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

Section:
351

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Code Summarization:
Options to turn on/off alarm/ restore for telephone 1 (option 1),telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

359

Enable Option 1

Enable Option 1, 5

Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Options to turn on/off tamper/ restore for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

Section:
359

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Code Summarization:
Options to turn on/off tamper/ restore for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

367

Enable Option 1

Enable Option 1, 5

Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Options to turn on/off opening/ closing for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

Section:
367

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Code Summarization:
Options to turn on/off opening/ closing for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

375

Enable Option 1

Enable Option 1, 5

Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Options to turn on/off maintenance for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

Section:
375

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Code Summarization:
Options to turn on/off maintenance for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

376

Enable Option 1

Enable Option 1, 5

Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Options to turn on/off testing for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

Section:
376

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 2, 5

Code Summarization
Options to turn on/off testing for telephone 1 (option 1), telephone 2 (option 2), and alternate communications (option 5).

380

Enable Option 1

Enable Option 1, 5

Enable Option 1, 5

Option 1 turns on/off communications. Option 5 turns on/off 3rd phone number.

Section:
380

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 1, 5

Code Summarization:
Option 1 turns on/off communications. Option 5 turns on/off 3rd phone number.

381

Disable Option 3, Enable Option 5

Disable Option 3, Enable Option 5, 6

Disable Option 3, Enable Option 5, 6

Option 3 turns on/off code reporting. Options 5 & 6 turns on/off communication with phone lines 1, 3 & 2 respectively.

Section:
381

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Disable Option 3, Enable Option 5

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Disable Option 3, Enable Option 5, 6

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Disable Option 3, Enable Option 5, 6

Code Summarization:
Option 3 turns on/off code reporting. Options 5 & 6 turns on/off communication with phone lines 1, 3 & 2 respectively.

382

Enable Option 5

Enable Option 5

Enable Option 5

Option 5 enables/disables T-Link/PC- Link.

Section:
382

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enable Option 5

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 5

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enable Option 5

Code Summarization:
Option 5 enables/disables T-Link/PC- Link.

389

Set ‘003’ Seconds

Set ‘003’ Seconds

Set ‘003’ Seconds

The time it will take to periodically check for faults on the T-Link/PC-Link.

Section:
389

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Set ‘003’ Seconds

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘003’ Seconds

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Set ‘003’ Seconds

Code Summarization:
The time it will take to periodically check for faults on the T-Link/PC-Link.

Vista Panel Wiring and Programming

Vista Keybus & Tip/Ring Wiring

Vista Panel Programming

All alarm controls must be programmed to transmit Contact ID, and have a Phone Number and Account Number in the Panel.

Programming when using TELCO (Recommended): Programming a Honeywell Vista for the BAT-CDMA-WIFI as Sole Communicator:

Section

For BAT as Sole Communicator

Code Summarization

*41

Enter Phone Number

Section:
*41

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Phone Number

*43

Enter Account Number

Section:
*43

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

*49

Enter 5

For All Communications to BAT

Section:
*49

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 5

Code Summarization:
For All Communications to BAT

*54

Enter 0

No Delay Between Communicators

Section:
*54

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 0

Code Summarization:
No Delay Between Communicators

*55

Enter 0

Phone Line Communicates First

Section:
*55

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 0

Code Summarization:
Phone Line Communicates First

*65 & *66

Enter 1

If you want Opening/Closing Reports

Section:
*65 & *66

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1

Code Summarization:
If you want Opening/Closing Reports

*193

Enter 1, 0

Enable to turn on Address 20

Section:
*193

For BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1, 0

Code Summarization:
Enable to turn on Address 20

Programming a Honeywell Vista control using ONLY the Keybus to send Signals - GSM Emulation:

Section

BAT as Sole Communicator

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device

Code Summarization

*29

Enter 1

Enter 1

Enter 1

This enables GSM. The BAT Emulates a GSM.

Section:
*29

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1

Code Summarization:
This enables GSM. The BAT Emulates a GSM.

*42

N/A

Enter Central Station Receiver Number

Enter Central Station Receiver Number

Secondary Phone Number

Section:
*42

BAT as Sole Communicator:
N/A

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter Central Station Receiver Number

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter Central Station Receiver Number

Code Summarization:
Secondary Phone Number

*43

Enter Account Number

Enter Account Number

Enter Account Number

This is the central station account number

Section:
*43

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter Account Number

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter Account Number

Code Summarization:
This is the central station account number

*49

Enter 5

Please refer to panel manual for your particular application requirements

Please refer to panel manual for your particular application requirements

Dual Reporting; Setting to 5 sends all reporting to both primary and secondary.

Section:
*49

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 5

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Please refer to panel manual for your particular application requirements

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Please refer to panel manual for your particular application requirements

Code Summarization:
Dual Reporting; Setting to 5 sends all reporting to both primary and secondary.

*54

Enter 0

Enter 2

Enter 0

The time it takes for the communicator to switch from primary to secondary.

Section:
*54

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 0

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 2

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 0

Code Summarization:
The time it takes for the communicator to switch from primary to secondary.

*55

Enter 1

Enter 1

Enter 1 (BAT is Primary Communicator) Setting to 1 gives signal priority to GSM (BAT).

Setting to 1 gives signal priority to GSM (BAT).

Section:
*55

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1 (BAT is Primary Communicator) Setting to 1 gives signal priority to GSM (BAT).

Code Summarization:
Setting to 1 gives signal priority to GSM (BAT).

*65

Enter 1

Enter 1

Enter 1

Report Code for Openings.

Section:
*65

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1

Code Summarization:
Report Code for Openings.

*66

Enter 1, 1

Enter 1, 1

Enter 1, 1

Report Code for Arming in Away and Stay.

Section:
*66

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1, 1

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1, 1

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1, 1

Code Summarization:
Report Code for Arming in Away and Stay.

*193

Enter 1, 0

Enter 1, 0

Enter 1, 0

1 turns on/off keypad address 20. 0 sets sound to beep.

Section:
*193

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter 1, 0

BAT as Failover w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1, 0

BAT as Dual Reporting w/Add’l Communication Device:
Enter 1, 0

Code Summarization:
1 turns on/off keypad address 20. 0 sets sound to beep.

*41

Should not have phone number

Section:
*41

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Should not have phone number

GE Panel Wiring and Programming

GE Keybus & Tip/Ring Wiring

GE Panel Programming

Recommended: General Concept Programming on GE NetworX:

Section

BAT as Sole Communicator

Code Summarization

Device 0, Location 0

Enter the Phone Number

Section:
Device 0, Location 0

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter the Phone Number

Device 0, Location 1

Enter Account Number

Section:
Device 0, Location 1

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter Account Number

Device 0, Location 2

Enter ‘13’ Recommended value

Contact ID

Section:
Device 0, Location 2

BAT as Sole Communicator:
Enter ‘13’ Recommended value

Code Summarization:
Contact ID

Generic Alarm Panel Wiring and Programming

Generic Keybus & Tip/Ring Wiring

Generic Alarm Panel Programming

  • Program the panel Phone Number into the panel.
  • Program the Customer Account Number into the panel.
  • Program Reporting codes into the panel.
  • Program panel to transmit in Contact ID format.

For interactive key switch wiring and programming see the next section.

Generic Keyswitch Wiring and Programming

For basic keyswitch interactive services with the BAT-CDMA-WIFI, the following alarm panel wiring is needed:

  • A programmable output on the alarm panel will be used to signal the BAT (Y/Tx terminal) that the panel has entered Arm/ Disarmed mode.
  • The Z1 output on the BAT-CDMA-WIFI will be used as a keyswitch connecting to a ‘zone’ terminal on
    the alarm panel.

*A pull-up resistor may be required between Terminal 3 & 5 to determine correct arm and disarm state.

Generic Keyswitch Programming

Keyswitch state programming examples for DSC, Honeywell, and GE NetworX for operations are provided below.
Most alarm panel manufacturers have the capability to configure a zone as a keyswitch and generally have at least one on-board programmable output that can be configured to activate on a number of different control state conditions. Reference the alarm panel installation manual for details for your specific installation.

Honeywell (Typical)

  • 56 program zone as type 77
  • 80 Menu LED Outs
  • Program 17 and 18 zone type 78 and 79

DSC PowerSeries (Typical)

  • Section 001 - Zone must be programmed as a 22
  • Section 009 - 05

DSC Alexor (Typical)

Wiring:

  • Terminal 5 -> I/01
  • Terminal 15 -> I/02
  • 6.2k ohm resistor from Terminal 3 -> Terminal 5

Programming:

  • Section 009 - ‘05’/’22’
  • Section 013 - Enable 2 & Disable 1
  • Section 134 - Enable 14 (Press 9, then 6)
  • Section 206 - Enable Option 2.
  • Section 501 - Enable 3

GE NetworX (Typical)

  • Device ‘0’ Location 25, press * until you reach desired zone
  • Program zone as ‘11’
  • LED Status
  • Device ‘0’
  • Location 47 Segment 1: 21
  • Location 47 Segment 2: 0

Supported Panels

Honeywell

Panel

Revision

Digital Dialer

Full Interactive

GSM Emulator

Vista-10P

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-10P

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-10PSIA

4.0+

Panel:
Vista-10PSIA

Revision:
4.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-128BP

3.0+

Panel:
Vista-128BP

Revision:
3.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-128BPE

1.0+

Panel:
Vista-128BPE

Revision:
1.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-128FB

1.0+

Panel:
Vista-128FB

Revision:
1.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-128FBP

2.0+

Panel:
Vista-128FBP

Revision:
2.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-128FBPE

1.0+

Panel:
Vista-128FBPE

Revision:
1.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-128SIA

2008+

Panel:
Vista-128SIA

Revision:
2008+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-15

2+

Panel:
Vista-15

Revision:
2+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-15CN

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-15CN

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-15P

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-15P

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-15PCN

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-15PCN

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-15PSIA

4.0+

Panel:
Vista-15PSIA

Revision:
4.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-20P

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-20P

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-20PCN

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-20PCN

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-20PI

5+

Panel:
Vista-20PI

Revision:
5+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-20PS

2.6+

Panel:
Vista-20PS

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-20PSIA

4.0+

Panel:
Vista-20PSIA

Revision:
4.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-21IP

1.0+

Panel:
Vista-21IP

Revision:
1.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-21IPSIA

1.0+

Panel:
Vista-21IPSIA

Revision:
1.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Vista-32FB

1.0+

Panel:
Vista-32FB

Revision:
1.0+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

First Alert FA130

2.6+

Panel:
First Alert FA130

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

First Alert FA148

2.6+

Panel:
First Alert FA148

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

First Alert FA168

2.6+

Panel:
First Alert FA168

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

ADT Safewatch Pro 3000/3000EN

2.6+

Panel:
ADT Safewatch Pro 3000/3000EN

Revision:
2.6+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

DSC (Digital Security Control)

Panel

Revision

Digital Dialer

Full Interactive

GSM Emulator

PC5010

Any

Panel:
PC5010

Revision:
Any

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

PC1616

4.13+

Panel:
PC1616

Revision:
4.13+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

PC1832

4.13+

Panel:
PC1832

Revision:
4.13+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

PC1864

4.13+

Panel:
PC1864

Revision:
4.13+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Alexor

ALL

Panel:
Alexor

Revision:
ALL

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

GE NetworX

Panel

Revision

Digital Dialer

Full Interactive

GSM Emulator

NX-4V2

V2+

Panel:
NX-4V2

Revision:
V2+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

NX-6V2

V2+

Panel:
NX-6V2

Revision:
V2+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

NX-8V2

V2+

Panel:
NX-8V2

Revision:
V2+

Digital Dialer:

Full Interactive:

GSM Emulator:

Note: Any alarm panel of any brand not on the supported lists herein should function properly as long as the control transmits Contact ID format through Tip & Ring. If the panel has the ability to use a Dedicated Open Zone that acts as a key switch, you can Arm/Disarm from the website or mobile device.

For non-supported panels: Bridge 12 VDC to “Y/TX” Terminal with any type of radial resistor with a value of 2.7k to 10k ohms as a weak “pull up”.

Note: Some features of the Virtual Keypad may not function on all panels; however, the Arm/Disarm System is fully functional on all panels.

Specifications

Frequency:

• Wi-Fi

802.11bg (mixed mode)

• Frequencies CDMA 1x

800 MHz/1900 MHz

Power:

• Externally provided

12v DC

• Typical Current

130 mA

• Max Current

185 mA

Environmental:

• Temperature Range

- 30° to +70°C (- 22° to +158°F)

• Humidity

0 to 95% non-condensing

Physical:

• Height

7.05 inches

• Width

4.45 inches

• Depth

1.5 inches

Security Protocols Supported (Wi-Fi):

• WPA

• WPAII

• WEP

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