Bosch Radionics D2212 Program

Program Info Program can only be done by any of the following
1. D5200 Programmer
2. RAM II Download software
3. Text Keypad set at address 1 (D222 or D223)
(D202A and D220A LED Keypads will not work
Enter Program 1. Clip Standby switch on main board
2. Press 1, keypad should beep
3. Enter Installer Code (Default=654321, if Protect America use 1010)
(If Customer uses a 4-digit Code then Installer Code is only 4-digits)
4. Press 8 to enter program mode
Program Keys
(View Mode)
A Key moves from View Data Mode to Modify Data Mode
B Key moves to previous Group (1 to 14)
C Key moves to next Group (1 to 14)
* Key moves to next location within a Group
CLEAR Key exits keypad programming (Unhook Program Latch to completely exit)
Program Keys
(Modify Mode)
A Key moves from View Data Mode to Modify Data Mode
B Key scrolls backwards through list of options, Press for YES/NO toggling
C Key scrolls forward through list of options and characters
* Key saves data and moves one position to the right
CLEAR Key exits Modify Data Mode and goes back to View Data Mode
0 to 9 used for Phone/Account/Report Codes etc
Answer DL 2 + Passcode
Hex Program While modifying a Location C+2=A, C+3=B, C+4=C, C+5=D, C+6=E, C+7=F
Exit Program Press CLEAR key, all Zone lights except 4 will turn ON, unclip Standby Switch
(System will now send a Reboot (R14) signal)
4/2 Signals CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF WHAT BELOW PROGRAMMING WILL REPORT

(Yes enables below routing options)

1. System Configuration
1 Account Number (4-digits) 0 to 9 / B to F
2 Swinger Count 3 1 = 1 Alarm before bypass
2 = 2 Alarms before bypass
3 = 3 Alarms before bypass
4 = 4 Alarms before bypass
3 Keyswitch 0 0 = Momentary
1 = Easikey
4 Custom Idle Text RADIONICS
5 Custom Idle Text D2212
6 Custom Service Text (Blank)

2. Phone
1 DTMF Dialing 1 = Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
2 Phone 1 (19 digits) 0 to 9 / # / *
C = 3 second pause
3 Phone 2 (Leave Blank) D = 7 second dial tone wait
4 Phone Routing 1 = Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
5 Fire Route 1 = Phone 1 Only 0 = Local
1 = Phone 1
6 Non-Fire Route (Burg) 1 = Phone 1 Only 2 = Phone 2
3 = Both
7 Point Trouble Route 1 = Phone 1 Only
8 Restoral Route 0 = Local
9 Closing Route 0 = Local
10 Opening Route 0 = Local
11 Cancel Route 0 = Local
12 System Trouble Route 1 = Phone 1 Only
13 System Restore Route 0 = Local
14 Duress Route 1 = Phone 1 Only
15 Test Route 1 = Phone 1 Only

3. Reports
1 O/C Reports – All On 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
2 O/C Reports – Part On 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
3 Restricted O/C Reports 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
(Opening after Alarm/Closing if Point is bypassed)
4 Delay Alarm Report 0 0 to 255 seconds
5 Cancel Report 1 = Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
6 Restoral Reports 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
2 = Delay
7 AC Fail Buzz/Report 2 = Buzz, Report 0 = No Buzz (Keypad), No Report
1 = Buzz, No Report
2 = Buzz Report
3 = Buzz, Tag-Along Report
4 = No Buzz, Report
5 = No Buzz, Tag-Along Report
8 Point User Flag 0 = No 1 = Yes
0 = No
(Converts Point Numbers to D8112 style ZONEX Format, User ID’s to D8112 style COMEX Format)

4. Receiver (These are for 4/2 Reporting only)
1 Receiver Format 1 = Modem II 0 = Pulse (4/2)
1 = Modem II
2 Fire Group 1 1 to 9, B to F
3 Non-Fire Group 3 1 to 9, B to F
4 Point Trouble Group 6 1 to 9, B to F
5 Restoral Group 0 1 to 9, B to F
6 Closing Group 0 1 to 9, B to F
7 Opening Group 0 1 to 9, B to F
8 Cancel Group D 0 to 9, B to F
9 System Trouble Group 7 1 (71) Unsuccessful Download Attempt
2 Not Used
3 (73) Automatic Reset
4 Not Used
5 Not Used
6 (76) Report Battery Missing
7 (77) Report Low Battery
8 (78) No AC Power
9 (79) Communication Fail Phone 1
B (7B) Communication Fail Phone 2
C (7C) RF Tamper
D (7D) RF Low Battery
E (7E) RF Receiver 7 Trouble
F (7F) RF Receiver 8 Trouble
This is 1st digit
How it sends is In ( )
10 Sys Restore Group 8 1 (81) Successful Download Attempt
2 Not Used
3 (83) Panel Reset with Stand-By Switch
4 Not Used
5 Not Used
6 Not Used
7 (87) Report Missing & Low Battery Restoral
8 (88) AC Power Restoral
9 (89) Communication Restoral Phone 1
B (8B) Communication Restoral Phone 2
C (8C) RF Tamper Restoral
D (8D) RF Battery Restoral
E (8E) RF Receiver 7 Restoral
F (8F) RF Receiver 8 Restoral
This is 1st digit
How it sends is in ( )
11 Duress Group 9 1 to 3 Not Used
4 (94) 6 Invalid Passcode attempts
5 (95) User Code 8 Duress
How it sends is in ( )
12 Test Group 0 0 Disabled
1 to 5 Not Used
6 Service Stop
7 Service Start
8 Test Report

5. Remote Programming
1 RAM Passcode 999999 0 to 9, A to F
2 RAM Phone (BLANK) (19 digits)
3 Answer Armed 0 0 to 15
4 Answer Disarmed 0 0 to 15
5 Answering Machine 1 = Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes

6. Open/Close
1 Entry Delay Time 30 0 to 255 seconds
2 Exit Delay Time 60 0 to 255 seconds
3 Extended Delay Time 120 0 to 255 seconds
4 Exit Tone 1 = Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
5 No Delay 1 = Part On 0 = Disabled
1 = Part On
2 = All On
3 = Part and All On
(Enables Part On Arming by pressing 0 twice)
6 Excursion 0 = Disabled 0 = Disabled
1 = All Step
2 = Part Step
3 = All & Part Step
4 = All Exit
5 = Part Exit
6 = All & Part Exit

7. A B C Keys (Panics)
1 A-Key Report (Fire) 91 0 to 9, 00 = Default
2 A-Key Alarm Output 2 0 = No Output
1 = Steady Output
2 = Pulsed Output
3 A-Key Ack Tone
(Keypad Ringback after Signal)
No 0 = No
1 = Yes
4 A-Key Text “A-Key”

5 B-Key Report (Medical) 92 0 to 9, 00 = Default
6 B-Key Alarm Output 0 0 = No Output
1 = Steady Output
2 = Pulsed Output
7 B-Key Ack Tone
(Keypad Ringback after Signal)
No 0 = No
1 = Yes
8 B-Key Text “B-Key”

9 C-Key Report (Police) 93 0 to 9, 00 = Default
(This report is also sent on activation of * button on Keyfobs)
10 C-Key Alarm Output 1 0 = No Output
1 = Steady Output
2 = Pulsed Output
11 C-Key Ack Tone
(Keypad Ringback after Signal)
No 0 = No
1 = Yes
12 C-Key Text “C-Key”

8. Bell
1 Bell Timer 6 0 to 255 minutes
2 Bell Test (if Armed All ON) 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
3 Single Ring 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
4 Alarm on 2 Fail 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes
(Siren after 2 failed communication attempts)

9. Test Timer
1 Test Interval 0 = No Report 0 = No Report
1 = 1 Day
2 = 7 Days
3 = 28 Days
2 Hours To Next (Test) 0 0 to 23 hours
3 Minutes to Next (Test) 0 0 to 59 minutes
4 Defer Test Report 0 = No 0 = No
1 = Yes

10. Address Configuration
1 Address 1 ? 0 = Not Used
2 Address 2 ? 1 = LED Keypad (D202A or D220A)
3 Address 3 ? 2 = Text Keypad (D223)
4 Address 4 ? 3 = Text Keypad with Points (D222)
5 Address 5 ? 4 = 8 Point RF Expander (D208)
6 Address 6 ? 5 = 16 Point RF Expander (D216)
7 Address 7 ? 6 = Point Expander (D208 Expander)
8 Address 1 ?

11. Point Codes (Zone Configuration)
1 Point 1 2600A (Fire with Verification)
2 Point 2 8820A (Delay)
3 Point 3 8820A (Delay)
4 Point 4 9820A (Instant)
5 Point 5 7820A (Motion)
6 Point 6 7820A (Motion)
7 Point 7 7820A (Motion)
8 Point 8 7820A (Motion)

Below are used with D208 Expander, D222 Keypad Points or D208RF/D216RF Wireless Receiver
9 Point 9 0000A (Disabled)
10 Point 10 0000A (Disabled)
11 Point 11 0000A (Disabled)
12 Point 12 0000A (Disabled)
13 Point 13 0000A (Disabled)
14 Point 14 0000A (Disabled)
15 Point 15 0000A (Disabled)
16 Point 16 0000A (Disabled)
17 Point 17 0000A (Disabled)
18 Point 18 0000A (Disabled)
19 Point 19 0000A (Disabled)
20 Point 20 0000A (Disabled)
21 Point 21 0000A (Disabled)
22 Point 22 0000A (Disabled)
23 Point 23 0000A (Disabled)
24 Point 24 0000A (Disabled)
1st Digit = Point Type

0 = Point Disabled 6 = Delay Zone
1 = Fire Zone 7 = Interior Zone
2 = Fire Zone w/Verification 8 = Delay Zone
3 = Buzzer on Fault 9 = Instant Zone
4 = 24 Hr Audible/Visible A = Keyswitch
5 = 24 Hr Silent/Invisible B = Extended Delay All Arm
C = Extended Delay Part or All Arm

2nd Digit = Alarm Response
0 = No Response
1 = Report Enabled
2 = Report Enabled/Alarm Report Delay
3 = Report Enable/Alarm Rep Dellay/Swinger Shutdown
4 = Report Enabled/Swinger Shutdown
5 = Alarm Output
6 = Report Enabled/Alarm Output
7 = Report Enabled/Alarm Report Delay/Alarm Output
8 = Report Enabled/Alarm Report Delay/Swinger Shutdown/Alarm Output
9 = Report Enabled/Swinger Shutdown/Alarm Output

3rd Digit = Special Point (Zone) Options
0 = Disabled
1 = Trouble on Open
2 = Trouble on Short
3 = Trouble on Open or Short
4 = Double Knock (2 Violations before Alarm)
5 = Trouble on Open/Double Knock
6 = Trouble on Short/Double Knock
7 = Trouble on Open or Short/Double Knock
4th Digit = Device Address
0 = D2212 On-Board Points
1 = Expansion Device on Address 1
2 = Expansion Device on Address 2
3 = Expansion Device on Address 3
4 = Expansion Device on Address 4
5 = Expansion Device on Address 5
6 = Expansion Device on Address 6
7 = Expansion Device on Address 7 < Use if RF Point
8 = Expansion Device on Address 8 < Use if RF Point
5th Digit = Sensor Loop (Point Expander Loops only)
A = (Ignored)
B to P = Point Expander Loops labeled B to P

12. Point Text (for Text Keypads)
1 Point 1 Text ??????
2 Point 2 Text ??????
3 Point 3 Text ??????
4 Point 4 Text ??????
5 Point 5 Text ??????
6 Point 6 Text ??????
7 Point 7 Text ??????
8 Point 8 Text ??????
9 Point 9 Text ??????
10 Point 10 Text ??????
11 Point 11 Text ??????
12 Point 12 Text ??????
13 Point 13 Text ??????
14 Point 14 Text ??????
15 Point 15 Text ??????
16 Point 16 Text ??????
17 Point 17 Text ??????
18 Point 18 Text ??????
19 Point 19 Text ??????
20 Point 20 Text ??????
21 Point 21 Text ??????
22 Point 22 Text ??????
23 Point 23 Text ??????
24 Point 24 Text ??????

13. Relays
1 Relay 1 Logic 0 = Function 1 Only 0 = Function 1 Only
2 Relay 2 Logic 0 = Function 1 Only 1 = Function 1 or 2
2 = Function 1 and 2
3 Relay 1 Function 1 0 = No Output 0 = No Output
4 Relay 1 Function 2 0 = No Output 1 = Output on Point Alarm
2 = Output on Alarm Memory
5 Relay 2 Function 1 0 = No Output 3 = Output on Point Trouble
6 Relay 2 Function 2 0 = No Output 4 = Ouptut on Faulted Follow Point
5 = Output on Watch Tone
6 = Steady Output on A B C Key Activation
7 = Pulsed Output on A B C Key Activation
8 = Momentary Output on A B C Key
9 = 10 Second Output on Disarm
10 = Output follows Alarm Output
11 = Output on All On Arming
12 = Output on Part On Arming
13 = Output on 3 Key Reset
14 = Output on AC Failure
15 = Output on Battery Trouble
16 = Steady Output on Comm Failure
17 = Output while Phone Seizure
18 = Output for 900 ms for Ground Start
19 = Output during Entry/Exit Delay
20 = Output during Extended Delay
21 = Continuous Pulsed Output ←Must use with another function
22 = 2-second Output ← Must use with another function
23 = RF Light Key (on ITI Keyfobs)
24 = 2 second activation for 2-Way Module
14. User Test
1 User Bell Test Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
2 User Battery Test Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
3 User Comm Test Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes

15. Passcodes
1 Installer Code 654321 0 to 9, Blank
2 Passcode Length ? 3 = 3-digit Passcode
4 = 4-digit Passcode
5 = 5-digit Passcode
6 = 6-digit Passcode
3 Code 8 = Duress Yes 0 = No
1 = Yes
4 Passcode Required No 0 = No
1 = Yes
5 Change Passcode Owner 0 = Disabled
1 = Owner can change Passcode
2 = Owner & User can change Passcode
(On 5200 choose Passcode 1 to 8 then ENTER for below options)
User 1 Type
User 1 Passcode
Owner
123456
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 2 Type
User 2 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 3 Type
User 3 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 4 Type
User 4 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 5 Type
User 5 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 6 Type
User 6 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 7 Type
User 7 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank
User 8 Type
User 8 Passcode
Disabled
(Blank)
Owner / User / One Time
0 to 9, Blank

16. RF Parameters
1 Supervision Interval 24 0 = 12 Hours
1 = 24 Hours
17. Program Lock
1 Return to Default No 0 = No
1 = Yes
2 Program Lock No 0 = No
1 = Yes
3 Disable System No 0 = No
1 = Yes