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Touch Basic 6 - New Alarm Features

Posted by Power Up on 1/27/2011
P/N 100935
NOTE – New Alarm Features in Rev. 2.0

Reference figure 1:

The new revision touch basic 6 now has 8 input alarm codes available.

These can be triggered with a positive signal or with a negative signal depending on the program switch settings.

Inputs A through H can be all negative or all positive or A through D can be positive while E through H are negative or the reverse of this configuration is available also.

The Alarm codes flash in the keypad code window as follows:

Input A – Keypad beeps 1 long, 1 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 1 short.
Input B – Keypad beeps 1 long, 2 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 2 short.
Input C – Keypad beeps 1 long, 3 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 3 short.
Input D – Keypad beeps 1 long, 4 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 4 short.
Input E – Keypad beeps 1 long, 5 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 5 short.
Input F – Keypad beeps 1 long, 6 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 6 short.
Input G – Keypad beeps 1 long, 7 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 7 short.
Input H – Keypad beeps 1 long, 8 short and the Code window flashes 1 long, 8 short.


To set for negative or positive triggering see the chart below.

For Positive Trigger

For Negative Trigger

INPUT

Program Dip Switch

Input Select Switch Setting

Program Dip Switch

Input Switch Setting

A

Position 1 ON *

Input A switch to +

Position 1 OFF

Input A switch to -

B

Position 1 ON

Input B switch to +

Position 1 OFF

Input B switch to -

C

Position 1 ON

Input C switch to +

Position 1 OFF

Input C switch to -

D

Position 1 ON

Input D switch to +

Position 1 OFF

Input D switch to -

E

Position 2 ON

Input E switch to +

Position 2 OFF

Input E switch to -

F

Position 2 ON

Input F switch to +

Position 2 OFF

Input F switch to -

G

Position 2 ON

Input G switch to +

Position 2 OFF

Input G switch to -

H

Position 2 ON

Input H switch to +

Position 2 OFF

Input H switch to -

* Note on Program Dip Switch - The arrow points to the ON position







 

The Program Dip Switch positions 1, 2, and 3 are set to off at the factory

The input switches A through H are all set to negative (–) at the factory.

Notice to Tow Truck assemblers – For PTO alarm setting.
Set the Program dip switch position 1 (one) to the on position. Position the Input Select Switches A through D to the positive position. Attach the positive feedback wire from the PTO output to Input stab A. This will make the PTO light and the code light flash on the keypad, and the alarm will sound 1 long 1 short when the PTO is engaged.






 
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