Resideo LTEM-P Series - Supplemental Install Guide for Non-VISTA Control Panels - Dated 3/21 Rev. A



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LTEM-PV and LTEM-PA

LTEM-P Series Communicators

Installation Supplement
(Connections for Non-VISTA Control Panels)
Refer to the LTEM-P Series Installation and Setup G
uide R800-26394 dated 10/20 or later for additional
information regarding the installation and program
ming of
the LTEM-P communicator.

General Information

The LTEM-P communicator supports Resideo control pa
nels that use ECP
data communication with communicators (ex. VISTA co
ntrols) and supports
compatible non-Resideo control panels. This supplem
ent contains
information for connecting the LTEM-P communicator
to compatible control
panels that do
not
support communicators using ECP data communication

(i.e., non-VISTA / non-Resideo control panels).
Depending on the control panel, connections are mad
e at the
communicator's bus terminals and/or the optional PR
ODCM Dialer Capture
module* that is installed on the communicator. Repo
rts are sent in Contact
ID format.
Check the control panel's instructions and the comm
unicator's
Installation
and Setup Guide
for wire length/gauge limitations.

*
Refer to the control panel instructions, the
PRODCM Dialer Capture Model

instructions (R800-26711), and the
Dialer Capture Module
section in the
LTEM-P
Series

Installation and Setup Guide
(R800-26394) for information regarding the use
and installation of the PRODCM Dialer Capture modul
e
.
UL NOTE
: The configurations described in this supplement h
ave not been
evaluated by UL.

This table lists the types of connections for non-V
ISTA control panels.
Control Panel

Connection to the Communicator

DSC PowerSeries
(PC) control panels
Connects to the communicator's bus terminals.
See
Wiring for DSC Control Panels
section.
Interlogix NetworX
(NX) Series control
panels
Connects to the communicator's bus terminals and th
e
PRODCM Dialer Capture module terminals*. See
Wiring
for Interlogix Control Panel Connections
section.
Other non-VISTA
control panels
Control panel's telco Ring (R) and Tip (T) terminal
s
connect to the installed PRODCM Dialer Capture
module terminals*.


Supervision Fault (Panel Sync Failure) Indication
: If a panel sync failure
occurs during the communicator reboot/power up afte
r installation with a
non-Resideo control panel, the communicator LEDs wi
ll continue to blink from
top to bottom in the boot up marching sequence for
up to 10 minutes. During this
time, the installer should determine and correct th
e cause of the sync failure
(clear panel alarms, faults, and troubles; disarm t
he control; clear alarm memory,
etc.). If the sync failure is corrected within the
10-minute period, the LEDs enter
normal operation mode. However, if the sync failure
persists after the 10-minute
period, the LEDs enter normal mode, but a supervisi
on fault message is sent.

Wiring for DSC Control Panels
This section applies to the following DSC PowerSeri
es™
(PC) control panels:

PC1616

PC1832

PC1864

1. Connect the control panel terminals labeled Blac
k (
BLK
), Yellow (
YEL
),
and Green (
GRN
) to the communicator's
GND
,
TX
, and
RX
terminals
respectively. See diagram.
2. Connect the power adapter wires to the communica
tor's
PWR
+
and
GND
terminals as shown. Observe polarity.
3. Secure the wiring with cable ties as necessary.
Cable tie anchor points
are provided on the communicator's back case below
the terminal block.
4. Refer to the control panel's installation manual
for details on
programming the control panel.
5. After control panel programming is completed and
the communicator is
connected, make sure the control panel is in the "R
eady to Arm" state
with no alarms or faults present. The following con
trol panel fault/trouble
conditions must be cleared before rebooting the com
municator:

General System Trouble

Telephone Line Trouble

General System Tamper

Comm Fail Trouble

General System Supervisory

Zone Fault
Refer to the
Clearing DSC Control Panel

Trouble Conditions
section that
follows for details on how to clear these trouble c
onditions.
6. After all troubles, faults, and alarms have been
cleared and the control
panel is disarmed, reboot/power up the communicator
then connect the
battery.
The communicator may take up to 90 seconds to rebo
ot, then take up to
an additional 5-10 minutes to fully sync with the c
ontrol panel. During
this time, the communicator LEDs blink in repeated
sequence from top
to bottom (power-up sequence) while the communicato
r scans the
control panel's partitions and zones. See
Supervision Fault (Panel
Sync Failure) Indication
note at top of page.


After any programming changes are made to non-
VISTA control panels,
the communicator must be reset/rebooted (press and
hold the Test
switch for 10 seconds).



Connections for DSC PowerSeries Control Panels


Powering the communicator from a source other than
the 9VDC
Power Adapter may cause unexpected results, includi
ng reduced
battery backup time.


After reboot/power up, the communicator can take ab
out 5-7 minutes
to complete the scan of the control panel's partiti
ons and zones.

The
control panel must be in the "Ready" state (no alar
ms or faults) in
order to perform the scan.


If using the communicator's Fault Trigger Output, m
ake sure a common
ground connection is made between the communicator'
s GND
(terminal 3) and the control panel's Aux NEG (–) or
any common zone
ground. See the communicator's Installation and Set
up guide for more
information regarding the Fault Trigger Output.


Clearing DSC Control Panel Trouble Conditions
Perform the following steps to clear various types
of DSC control panel trouble conditions
General System Trouble
This trouble condition may be generated by issues w
ith the PC5204
(power supply module) and/or PC5400 (printer module
).
For PC5204, install a 1k resister from terminal O1
to AUX if Output 1 is
unused. Also check that the wires are in good condi
tion by measuring
resistance.
General System Tamper
This trouble condition may be generated by expander
modules and other
types of modules. Please check that the tamper swit
ches on expander
and other modules are not being triggered.
For zone expander modules, you can install a 1k res
istor from the tamper
terminal to ground. This condition cannot be cleare
d through panel
programming.
General System Supervisory
Check all module connections to the control panel.
Correct any wiring
issues.
1. Press [

] 8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter the Installer code.
3. Enter 9-0-2.
4. Wait 1 minute.
5. Press [#].
6. Enter 9-0-3.
7. Check that all modules are being supervised.
8. Press [#] [#] to exit programming mode.
Telephone Line Trouble
To clear Telephone Line trouble, disable telephone
line trouble reporting.
1. Press [

] 8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter the Installer code.
3. Enter 0-1-5.
4. Turn off option 7 (on LED keypad, 7 should be of
f).
5. Press [#] [#] to exit programming mode.
Comm Fail Trouble
1. Press [

] 8 to enter programming mode.
2. Enter the Installer code.
3. Enter 3-8-0 (Tel Communicator options).
4. Turn off 1 (Tel Communications Disabled).
5. Press [#] [#] to exit programming mode.
Alternatively, you can also do the following:
1. Press [

] 6.
2. Press 4 (System test).
Trouble should disappear.
Zone Fault
1. Press [

] 1 to enter Zone Bypass menu.
2. Enter the 2-digit Zone number showing fault (ex.
01, 07, 12 etc.).
3. Press [#].
4. Repeat for all faulted zones.


Wiring for Interlogix Control Panels
This section applies to the following Interlogix Ne
tworX (NX) Series control
panels:

NX-8E

NX-4V2

NX-6V2

NX-8V2
1. Connect the control panel's
DATA
and
COM
terminals to the
communicator's
RX
and
GND
terminals respectively. See diagram.
2. Connect the power adapter wires to the communica
tor's
PWR
+
and
GND
terminals as shown. Observe polarity.
3. Install the PRODCM Dialer Capture module on the
communicator. Refer
to the
PRODCM Dialer Capture Model
instructions (R800-26711) and
the
Dialer Capture Module
section in the
LTEM-P Series

Installation and
Setup Guide
(R800-26394) for information regarding the use and
installation of the PRODCM Dialer Capture module.
4. Connect the Dialer Capture module's terminals to
the control panel's
Telco Ring (R) and Tip (T) terminals (do not connec
t to terminals
R1/T1). (module terminals have no Ring/Tip polarity
)
5. Secure the wiring with cable ties as necessary.
Cable tie anchor points
are provided on the communicator's back case below
the terminal block.
6. Refer to the control panel's installation manual
for details on
programming the control panel. See Programming Note
s below.
7. After control panel programming is completed and
the communicator is
connected, make sure the control panel is in the "R
eady to Arm" state
with no alarms or faults present.
8. After all troubles, faults, and alarms have been
cleared and the control
panel is disarmed, reboot/power up the communicator
then connect the
battery.
The communicator may take up to 90 seconds to rebo
ot, then take up to
an additional 5-10 minutes to fully sync with the c
ontrol panel. During
this time, the communicator LEDs blink in repeated
sequence from top
to bottom (power-up sequence). See
Supervision Fault (Panel Sync
Failure) Indication
note at top of page 1.
Programming Notes for Interlogix NX Series Control
Panels


Location 0: Phone number 1 first segment must be 15
for tone dialing.


Location 2: Report format must be 13 for Ademco Con
tact ID format.


Location 23: Segment 3 should be all enabled (or 12
345678 to enable
all reports), otherwise some alarm reports will be
missed via the dialer.


After any programming changes are made to non-VISTA
control
panels, the communicator must be reset/rebooted (pr
ess and hold the
Test switch for 10 seconds).



Connection to an Interlogix control panel requires
installation of the
PRODCM Dialer Capture Module in the communicator.


Connections for Interlogix NX Series Control Panels



Powering the communicator from a source other than
the 9VDC
Power Adapter may cause unexpected results, includi
ng reduced
battery backup time.


If using the communicator's Fault Trigger Output, m
ake sure a
common ground connection is made between the commun
icator's
GND (terminal 3) and the control panel's Aux NEG (–
) or any common
zone ground. See the communicator's Installation an
d Setup guide
for
more information regarding the Fault Trigger Output
.




Wiring for Other Non-VISTA Control Panels
F
or non-VISTA controls that send Contact ID alarm si
gnals via the control
panel's dialer
, the
optional Dialer Capture module (PRODCM) can be
used
.
The
Dialer Capture
module replaces the phone line and simulates the
phone service to the control panel. The alarms are
then sent to AlarmNet
for routing to the central monitoring station.

To install the PRODCM Dialer Capture module, refer
to the control panel's
instructions, the
PRODCM Dialer Capture Model
instructions (R800-
26711), and the
Dialer Capture Module
section in the
LTEM-P Series

Installation and Setup Guide
(R800-26394)
.

Installation steps are summarized below:
1. Power down the communicator and disconnect the b
attery.
2. Install the Dialer Capture module by mating the
module's connector to
the edge connector on the upper right side of the c
ommunicator's PCB.
Make sure the module is fully seated in the connect
or. Slip the module
board under the snap tab to lock it in place as sho
wn.
3. Connect the control panel's Telco Ring (R) and T
ip (T) terminals
individually to the terminals on the Dialer Capture
module (module
terminals have no Ring/Tip polarity). See diagram.
4. Secure the wiring with cable ties as necessary.
Cable tie anchor points
are provided on the communicator's back case below
the terminal
block.
5. Refer to the control panel's installation manual
for details on
programming the control panel.
6. After control panel programming is completed and
the communicator is
connected, make sure the control panel is in the "R
eady to Arm" state
with no alarms or faults present.
7. After all troubles, faults, and alarms have been
cleared and the control
panel is disarmed, reboot/power up the communicator
then connect the
battery.
The communicator may take up to 90 seconds to rebo
ot, then take up
to an additional 5-10 minutes to fully sync with th
e control panel.
During this time, the communicator LEDs blink in re
peated sequence
from top to bottom (power-up sequence). See
Supervision Fault
(Panel Sync Failure) Indication
note at top of page 1.


After any programming changes are made to non-VISTA
control
panels, the communicator must be reset/rebooted (pr
ess and hold the
Test switch for 10 seconds).



Dialer Capture Module Connections



Do not connect the outside phone line to either the
Dialer Capture
module or the control panel. There should be no con
nection to the
outside phone line when using the Dialer Capture mo
dule.
For replacement installations, make sure to disconn
ect the outside
phone line when using the Dialer Capture module wit
h the
communicator.



Powering the communicator from a source other than
the 9VDC
Power Adapter may cause unexpected results, includi
ng reduced
battery backup time.


If using the communicator's Fault Trigger Output, m
ake sure a
common ground connection is made between the commun
icator's
GND (terminal 3) and the control panel's Aux NEG (–
) or any common
zone ground. See the communicator's Installation an
d Setup guide for
more information regarding the Fault Trigger Output
.




Trademarks
VISTA
®
and AlarmNet
®
are registered trademarks of Ademco Inc., a Resideo

Technologies, Inc. company.
DSC is a Tyco International Company.
PowerSeries™ is a trademark of DSC, A Tyco Internat
ional Company.
Interlogix is a part of Carrier. NetworX is a produ
ct line of Interlogix.
All other trademarks are the properties of their re
spective owners.



The product should not be disposed of with other ho
usehold waste. Check for the nearest authorized col
lection centers or authorized recyclers.
The correct disposal of end-of-life equipment will
help prevent potential negative consequences for th
e environment and human health.
Any attempt to reverse-engineer this device by deco
ding proprietary protocols, de-compiling firmware,
or any similar actions is strictly prohibited.

This product manufactured by Resideo Technologies,
Inc. and its affiliates


R800-26807A 3/21 Rev A


2 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100
P.O. Box 9040, Melville, NY 11747

2021 Resideo Technologies, Inc.
www.resideo.com


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