Castle Euro 46, 70, 76, 128

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Panel Connection - Serial

Manufacturer Castle
Model EuroOne
Version 46, 70, 76, 128
Minimum Panel Firmware Range V9.10ar or greater (For V10 go to the Pyronix Logo)
WebWayOne Cable required? Yes 05-5031
MCM or Serial Connection Serial
Panel Profile Castle
Panel Bus Connection RS232
Technical Notes Please see below

Cable Connection

Cable WebWay SPT


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Panel Programming

  • Go to Engineering Mode
  • Go to Programme ‘ARC/SMS’ or ‘Digi/SMS' call
  • ‘ARC/SMS is’ will be displayed. Select ‘Enabled’ [0]
  • Select ‘ARC Details’
  • Select ‘Format’ [141], ‘WebWayOne’ will be displayed.
  • Select ‘SIA Ack Char’ [006]
  • Select ‘SIA Nack Char’ [021]
  • ‘Valid Areas’ Engineer’s choice
  • ‘Area Accounts’ Engineer’s choice
  • Select ‘ARC Account’ [Site ID/Account No.]
  • Select ‘Content’ [17-32] Engineer’s choice (25 and 28 enable restores, see full table in troubleshooting below)
  • Select ‘Redials’ [03]
  • Select redials <03>
  • Select ‘Time out’ [30]
  • Exit Engineer Mode into Day Mode

  • Hints and Tips
  • To stop the panel reporting linefault to the keypad:
  • Engineer Mode > System Timings > Set Linefault to 250

  • Content Types Table:
  • 1. Set: System Set, Secure set system, System rearm, System Final Set,
  • 2. Unset: System Unset, System unset by Autoset, Autoset cancelled by a user, Forced Set, set by Autoset
  • 3. Special Unset: Special Unset, Access Exit Requested
  • 4. Set Fail: Set Failure, Set Failure with input
  • 5. Alarms: Case/SAB Tamper, Power Fault, Fire Input Active, Day Alarm Input Active, Intruder Input Active, Radio Low Battery, Fire Key Pressed, Burglary Alarm, Gas Alarm, Tamper Alarm, CCTV, Tamper on Input, Entry/Exit Alarm, No Input Activity Sent, Day Alarm, Perimeter, Interior Alarm
  • 6. First Alarm: Burglary Alarm Once, Gas Alarm Once, Tamper Alarm Once, Entry/Exit Alarm Once, Day Alarm Once, Interior Alarm Once,
  • 7. Alarm Silenced
  • 8. Confirmed: Confirmed Signal
  • 9. Lo Tech Faults: STU Telecom Line OK, CCTV Line Fail, CCTV Line OK, Telecom Line OK,
  • 10. High Tech Faults: Any faults from Mains, Battery, Communications, Fuses, Device Fail/Restored, Digi Fail Comms, STU Comms Failure, Detector Fault, Detector Masked, Telecom Line Fault,
  • 11. System Changes/Resets: Clock Set From/To, Added/Deleted/Changed Code, System Restart, Twin Device, Excess Current, Logs Cleared, Engineer Reset, Clean Start, Site Changed, CHC Call Failed, Logs nearly full, PC Clock Set to,
  • 12. Manager Info: Unset System
  • 13. Engineer Info: Engineer Access/Exit
  • 14. Access Control Alarm: Door Left Open/Forced
  • 15. Access Control Info: Tag at Reader
  • 16. Access Control Ref: Invalid Tag
  • 17. Special Log Switcher On: Input Special Log Switcher Open
  • 18. Special Log Switcher Off: Input Special Log Switcher Closed
  • 19. Special Log Other On: Input Special Log Open
  • 20. Special Log Other Off: Input Special Log Close
  • 21. Shunt/Ward Set: Shunt Opened Ward Set
  • 22. Shunt/Ward Unset: Shunt Closed Ward Unset/Silenced
  • 23. Shunt/Ward Alarm: Ward Alarm
  • 24. Walk Test: Input Walk Tested
  • 25. Restores: Burglary Restore, Gas Restore, Tamper Restore, Entry/Exit Restore, Tamper on Input Restore, Hold Up Restore, iD line short restore, Fuse fail restore, Case Tamper Restore, SAB Tamper Restore, Day Alarm Restore, Interior Alarm Restore, Radio Low Battery Restore, Radio Jamming Restore, Radio Supervision Restore
  • 26. Not Used
  • 27. Mains Fail: Mains Fail Alarm/Restore
  • 28. Duress: Fire Alarm,Hold Up Alarm, Duress Code, Fire Alarm Once, Holdup Alarm Once, Fire Restore, PA Restore, Hold Up Restore,
  • 29. Emergency: Emergency Input Opened, Emergency Alarm Once, Emergency Restore,
  • 30. Input Status: Input Omitted, Input Force Armed
  • 31. Aborts: Stopped Set, Abort

Remote Access Programming

  • Go to ‘set up downloading’
  • Select download by (WebWayOne)
  • Select poll timeout <10>
  • Select modem init timeout <060>
  • Select rings to answer <1>
  • Select comm. Tx timeout <030>
  • Select ARMPC telephone number and enter 1111
  • Select program PCs <1>
  • If the Modem Tel No is in the list, enter 1111
  • Select signal alarms (No)
  • Select signal faults (No)
  • Select signal set/unset (No)
  • Select signal access code (No)
  • Select password (optional UDL password)
  • Select redials <03>
  • Select time out <00>
  • Select stop on success (No)
  • Select dial mode (retry same)
  • Exit engineering mode and save the configuration

UDL information for this item can be found here: UDL Test


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