CD Range MCM

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Panel Connection - Serial

Manufacturer GE Aritech
Model CD Range
Version CD95, CD72
Panel Profile CD 95 SIA
Cable required? MCM version less or equal to V1.05 - Needs SPT version less or equal to V2.06
MCM version greater or equal to V1.06 - Needs SPT version greater or equal to V2.07
MCM or Serial Connection MCM
Panel Bus Connection None
Technical Notes Integration is via modem capture and requires a RD62 Dialler and the WebWay modem capture module is required (22-5059), this will emulate the PSTN network and deliver SIA alarming.

Cable Connection

SPT Panel
MCM plug-on module - Line a PSTN Line A
MCM plug-on module - Line b PSTN Line B


SPT and MCM module

SPT and MCM module

Panel Programming

  • From the engineer menu enter the dialler menu in the normal way.
  • IMPORTANT - The following settings should be applied after the dialler configuration has been defaulted.
  • Configuration for alarm transmission.
  • Tel/Account Nbrs- Centr. Station 1
  • CS1 Teleph. Nbr (Any 6 digits or more, NOT 123456)
  • CS1Acc. Nbr. 1
  • CS1Acc. Nbr. 2-8 No settings
  • Protocol CS1 X SIA
  • CS1: ALI No
  • Centr. Station 2 No settings
  • Centr. Station 3 No settings
  • Centr. Station 4 No settings
  • Upload / Download
  • See notes below regarding settings for connection to Transport PC (UDL)
  • Alternate/Nbrs No settings
  • Hide Nbrs No settings
  • PABX No. No settings
  • Dial Options
  • Dialling DTMF
  • Dial tone type UK
  • Wait dial tone No
  • Call interval 60
  • Retry period 120
  • Calls for FTC 03
  • Report options
  • Configure as required by ARC for alarm reporting
  • Event delay(x5) 00
  • Protocol Opt
  • SIA 1
  • 1 event/call Yes
  • 1 acc/call No
  • 2/3 Digit Event No. 3 Digit Event No.
  • SIA Freq Bel
  • Test call No settings
  • Engineer No settings
  • line Monitor
  • Line monitor On
  • Off-hook options Ignore off-hook
  • Dont Ans ringing Dont ans ringing
  • D. Tone test Yes
  • Configuration for connection to Upload / Download
  • The CD series panels can only use secure callback for establishing a UDL connection. This means that it will answer the incoming call from the WebWay, verify it, drop the call and dial back out. The WebWay recognises the outgoing call as being different from an alarm signalling call because of the number dialled by the panel.
  • The configuration for UDL operation is set the U/D section of the Dialler menu described in the previous section.
  • U/D
  • U/D Teleph.Nbr1 must be set to 123456
  • U/D Teleph.Nbr2 not required
  • U/D Acc. Nbr. set to the same account number as for alarms
  • U/D Freq CCITT
  • U/D Init
  • PC calls Yes
  • User code Yes
  • On line Yes
  • Previous menu
  • Dump Eng mem. No
  • U/D if armed Yes/No - selection depends on install requirement
  • Ans PC rings

Remote Access Programming

  • Go to ‘set up downloading’
  • Select download by
  • Select security mode
  • 4. Select telecom line
  • Select number of rings <3>
  • Select modem speed
  • Select ARMPC telephone number <123456>
  • Select program PCs <1>
  • Select modem telephone number (not required)
  • 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
  • Go to Site Options
  • Select ATE inputs

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


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