Boschmap

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The Bosch MAP panels are multi-area intrusion detection systems.

The integration with HSYCO can be accomplished via Ethernet connection.

HSYCO Configuration

Add a BOSCHMAP I/O Server in the I/O Servers section of the Settings and set its parameters:

Communication

  • IP Address: IP address of the panel
  • IP Port: TCP/IP port to use, leave blank to use default port 6793.

Authentication

  • Password: password set on for the BIS user. Leave blank to use the default password.

High Availability

  • Shutdown when inactive: defaults to true.

Options

ID Default Values Description
startupevents false true generate IO events also during the driver’s start-up phase
false start generating events only after HSYCO is aligned with the current status of the system


pollinterval 30 n > 0 number of seconds between consecutive requests of the open status of points. A low value can overload the panel

boschmap.ini

The boschmap.ini file is a specific configuration file located in the root directory. This file is required to specify which areas and points are configured on the panel and to assign them a name.

Add a new line for each area followed by a new line for each point belonging to that area, using the following format:

<io_server_id>.<area_siid> = <name>
<io_server_id>.<point_siid> = <name>

where <area_siid>/<point_siid> is the security identifier of the area/point as specified in the configuration software of the panel.

For instance:

bsc.1.1.ControlPanelArea.1.1 = Control Panel

bsc.1.1.Area.2.4 = Internal area
	bsc.1.1.Point.01001.006 = Front door
	bsc.1.1.Point.01001.007 = Back door

bsc.1.1.Area.2.5 = External area
	bsc.1.1.Point.01001.008 = Gate

specifies three areas: the Control Panel area with no points, an internal area with two points and an external area with one point.

Datapoints

ID Value R/W Description
connection online R connection established
offline R HSYCO can't connect to the panel
alarm[Note 1] 0 R no alarm
1 R alarm active
armed 0 R no area armed
1 R at least one area armed
trouble[Note 1] 0 R no trouble
1 R trouble active
tamper[Note 1] 0 R no tamper
1 R tamper active
user.tamper[Note 1] 0 R no user tamper
1 R user tamper active
<siid>.name <name> R the name of the area/point is set to <name>
<area_siid>.armed 0 R area disarmed
W disarm the area
1 R area all armed, delayed
W arm all the area, delayed
2 R area all armed, delayed with bypass
W arm all the area, instant
3 R area all armed, instant
W arm the area partially, delayed
4 R area al armed, instant with bypass
W arm the area partially, instant
5 R area partially armed, delayed
W custom-arm the area, delayed
6 R area partially armed, delayed with bypass
W custom-arm the area, instant
7 R area partially armed, instant
W arm all the area, delay zero
8 R area partially armed, instant with bypass
W arm the area partially, delay zero
9 R area custom armed, delayed
W custom-arm the area, delay zero
10 R area custom armed, delayed with bypass
11 R area custom armed, instant
12 R area custom armed, instant with bypass
<area_siid>.clearmem 1 W clear active events (alarm, trouble etc) in the area
<x>.<y>.area.0.0.clearmem 1 W clear active events from all level 2 areas (except Control Panel Areas)
<area_siid>.ready.arm.instant 0 R the area is not ready to be armed instantly
1 R the area is ready to be armed instantly
<area_siid>.ready.arm.delay 0 R the area is not ready to be armed with delay
1 R the area is ready to be armed with delay
<area_siid>.ready.disarm 0 R the area is not ready to be disarmed
1 R the area is ready to be disarmed
<area_siid>.force.instant 0 R the area is not ready to be force armed instantly
1 R the area is ready to be force armed instantly
<area_siid>.force.delay 0 R the area is not ready to be force armed with delay
1 R the area is ready to be force armed with delay
<area_siid>.bypassed 0 R no bypassed devices in this area
1 R there are bypassed devices in this area
<area_siid>.alarm 0 R no active alarm
1 R alarm active
<area_siid>.trouble 0 R no trouble
1 R trouble active
<area_siid>.tamper 0 R no tamper
1 R tamper active
<point_siid>.blocked 0 R point not blocked
1 R point blocked
<point_siid>.bypassed 0 R point not bypassed
W unbypass point
1 R point bypassed swinger
W bypass point
2 R point bypassed auto
3 R point bypassed force
4 R point bypassed manual
<point_siid>.open 0 R point closed
1 R point open
read W request the reading of the point's open state
<point_siid>.alarm[Note 2] 0 R no alarm
1 R alarm
<point_siid>.holdup[Note 2] 0 R no holdup alarm
1 R holdup alarm
<point_siid>.duress[Note 2] 0 R no duress alarm
1 R duress alarm
<point_siid>.tamper[Note 2] 0 R no tamper alarm
1 R tamper alarm
<device_siid>.tamper[Note 2] 0 R no tamper alarm
1 R device tampered
<device_siid>.trouble[Note 2] 0 R no trouble
1 R trouble on device
<device_siid>.alarm[Note 2] 0 R no alarm
1 R alarm on device
<device_siid>.active[Note 2] 0 R device deactivated
1 R device active

Note 1 
These datapoints are only updated after the startup phase, i.e. events are generated only for events occurring after the driver is online.

Note 2 
These datapoints, if their value is 1, generate events at startup even if the startupevents option is set to false.

Release Notes

3.5.0

  • added "clearmem" datapoints
  • added "armed" datapoint
  • improved communication error handling

3.4.0

  • initial version release




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