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Bosch Solution 6000 Zone Types

Each zone in your home or business should be assigned to a Zone Type that defines the way in which the panel will respond when an alarm is triggered in that particular zone. Below is a breakdown and description for available Zone Types for your Bosch Solution 6000 security alarm.

Zone Types

  • 00 - Not Used
  • 01 - Burglary Delay 1
  • 02 - Burglary Delay 2
  • 03 - Burglary Instant
  • 04 - Burg Inst No Exit
  • 05 - Burg Handover
  • 06 - Burglary 24Hr
  • 07 - Tamper 24Hr
  • 08 - Hold Up 24Hr
  • 09 - Medical 24Hr
  • 10 - Panic 24Hr
  • 11 - Fire 24Hr
  • 12 - Not Used
  • 13 - Keyswitch Zone
  • 14 - Display Only
  • 15 - Non Burglary 24Hr

00 - Not Used

Program the zone type as zero if the zone isn't being used

01 - Burglary Delay 1

Zones programmed as Delay 1 will cause Entry timer 1 to start when tripped. You will need to disarm the area before the entry timer expires or an alarm will sound. Zones set as Burglary Delay 1 are only active when the area is armed.

02 - Burglary Delay 2

Zones programmed as Delay 2 will cause Entry Timer 2 to start when tripped. The user must disarm the area before entry timer expires or an alarm will occur. Zones set as Burglary Delay 2 are only active when the area is alarmed.

03 - Burglary Instant

Zones programmed as Instant 1 will immediately cause the alarm to trigger when the zone is tripped. ie No Entry Delay. Zones set as Burglary Instant 1 have Exit Delay and are only active when the area is armed.

04 - Burg Inst No Exit

Zones programmed as Instant 2 will immediately cause the alarm to trigger when the zone is triggered. ie No Entry Delay. Zone set as Burglary Instant 2 have NO Exit Delay and are only active when the area is armed.

05 - Burglary Handover

A Handover zone will provide a delayed alarm only when a delay zone has been tripped first (ie. the entry time is active) otherwise it will trigger an instant alarm.

Zones programmed as Handover can be set to sequential or non-sequential handover. At factory default, handover is set to sequential which means that zone must be triggered in numerical order for the delay to handover.

Non Sequential Handover means the zone does not have to be programmed in numerical order. In both cases, an entry delay zone must be triggered first for the delay to handover.

06 - Burglary 24Hr

Zones programmed as 24- hour burglary will trigger an alarm as soon as the zone becomes faulted regardless of what state the area is in. 24-Hour zones are active 24 hours a day. A 24hr Burglary report will be sent to the central station receiver.

07 - Tamper 24Hr

Zones programmed as 24-Hour Tamper will trigger an alarm as soon as the zone becomes faulted regardless of what state the area is in. 24-Hour zones are active 24 hours a day. A 24hr Tamper report will be sent to the central station receiver.

08 - Hold Up 24Hr

Zones programmed as 24-Hour Hold Up will trigger a Silent alarm as soon as the zone becomes faulted regardless of what state the area is in. 24-Hour zones are active 24 hours a day, A 24hr Hold Up report will be sent to the central station receiver. No Siren/Strobe or Keypad indication will be given.

09 - Medical 24Hr

This zone type is used for personal medical emergency alarms. Zones programmed as 24-Medical will trigger an alarm as soon as the zone becomes faulted regardless of what state the area is in. A 24hr Medical report will be sent to the central station receiver.

10 - Panic 24Hr

This zone type is used for general type of emergency including the presence of one or more unwanted persons trying to gain entry to the premises. It will sound an alarm at any time as soon as the zone becomes faulted regardless of what state the area is in. A 24Hr Panic report will be sent to the central station receiver.

11 - Fire 24 Hr

This zone type is used for Fire and Smoke detector alarms. If the EOL configuration is set for a single EOL value, the correct operation for fire zones is "Short" = Alarm or "Open" = Trouble. For this to operate correctly, the option "Smoke Reset On Alarming" needs to be disabled for each area. A 24hr Fire report will be sent to the central station receiver.

If a horn speaker is connected and programmed, a distinct fire sound will be heard to indicate that it is a fire alarm that has registered. The fire sound via the horn speaker is different than the burglary sound.

All fire zones that have registered an alarm will continue to display on all keypads until a fire reset has been performed. Even if the fire zone input has returned back to the normal state. During this time, a user will also be prevented the ability to turn the area on manually bypass the fire zone(s) until a fire reset has been performed.

13 - Keyswitch Zone

A keyswitch zone can be used as an input terminal to turn on and off an area. Keyswitch Options to select the various options such as latching or momentary arm and disarm etc. When reporting back to base, the keyswitch user number will follow the actual zone number.

14 - Display Only

A display zone is not a burglary zone. It can never sound the sirens or trigger the dialler. Its purpose is to only display on the keypad when faulted.

15 - Non Burglary 24Hr

This zone type operates as a 24-hour type and is used for non-specific alarms such as water level or temperature sensors.

All of the above information can be found at Bosch Security.

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