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DMP Network Zone Expander Module Manual

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DMP Network Zone Expander Module Installation Guide


The 714N-POE Network Zone Expander Module allow you to add 4 zones to XR150/XR550 Series panels using IP network capability. The 714N-POE is compatible with 1k to 10k resistors, giving a wide variety of options for takeovers.

Power Supply

714N-POE module operates at 12 VDC from a power supply. The 714N-POE can also be powered from POE.

Zone Terminals

Four input zones are provided to allow connection of nearby burglary devices.

Programming Connection

The module also provides a keypad programming connection for use with a standard DMP LCD keypad for initial setup. Programming can be completed using a keypad connected to the module or from XR150/XR550 panels.


   Figure 1: PCB Features


1.Mount the Module

The module comes in a high‑impact plastic housing that you can mount directly to a wall, backboard, or other flat surface.
For easy installation, the back and ends of the 734 housing have wire entrances. The back also contains multiple mounting holes that allow you to mount the module on a single‑gang switch box. DMP recommends mounting the 734 near the protected door. Refer to Figure 2 for mounting hole locations on the housing base.

  1. Remove the PCB from the plastic housing by loosening the clips on one side and gently lifting it out of the housing base.
  2. Insert the included screws in the desired mounting hole locations and tighten them to secure the housing to the surface.
  3. Reinstall the PCB in the housing base.

2. Wire the Zone Terminals

Terminals 5-9 connect grounded zones 1 through 3. Zone 4 terminals provide a non-powered Class B, Style A zone. The valid range of EOL resistors is 1k to 10k, allowing for a wider range of takeovers. Refer to the panel programming guide for programming instructions. See Figure 3 for more information on wiring the zone terminals.

 Figure 3: Zone Terminal Wiring

3. Network Connection

Connect an IP network cable from the LAN/WAN connection to the 714N-POE Network connector. The 714N-POE module communicates AES encrypted TCP with panels that have network installed.
Two LEDs are located on the Ethernet jack. The green LED indicates data sent to the panel.
The yellow LED indicates the speed of the transmission. A solid yellow LED indicates the network is connected at 100 Base-T. A flashing yellow LED indicates the network is connected at 10 Base-T.

4. Set the Module AddressNote

For XR Series Version 192 firmware and lower, the 714N-POE must be programmed as a network door. In Version 193 firmware and higher, the 714N-POE should be programmed as a network expander. Refer to the XR Series panel programming guide (LT-1232) as needed.

Keypad Bus Addresses

DMP XR150/XR550 Series panels use keypad bus addresses 1 through 16. Each keypad bus address can accommodate one 714N-POE. A module with an address of 2 on the keypad bus would represent Door 2 and zones 21-24. A module with a keypad address of 14 would represent Door 14 and zones 141-144.

AX-Bus Addresses (XR550 only)

DMP XR550 panels are capable of access control expansion using any of the five AX/LX-Bus headers (AX/LX500, 600, 700, 800, and 900). The 714N-POE takes up an AX-Bus address that can no longer be used for a door. The 714N-POE module shares AX-bus addresses with the 734N, which limits the number of devices to 16. A module with an address of 501 on AX500 would represent zones 501-504. A module with an address of 505 on AX500 would represent zones 505-508. A module with an address of 701 on AX700 would represent zones 701-704.

Setting the 714N-POE Addresses

Only valid zone numbers can be assigned 714N-POE in device setup. For complete keypad and AX-Bus address mapping, see the chart below.

1 11‑14 501 501‑504 601 601‑604 701 701‑704 801 801‑804 901 901‑904
2 21‑24 505 505‑508 605 605‑608 705 705‑708 805 805‑808 905 905‑908
3 31‑34 509 509‑512 609 609‑612 709 709‑712 809 809‑812 909 909‑912
4 41‑44 513 513‑516 613 613‑616 713 713‑716 813 813‑816 913 913‑916
5 51‑54 517 517‑520 617 617‑620 717 717‑720 817 817‑820 917 917‑920
6 61‑64 521 521‑524 621 621‑624 721 721‑724 821 821‑824 921 921‑924
7 71‑74 525 525‑528 625 625‑628 725 725‑728 825 825‑828 925 925‑928
8 81‑84 529 529‑532 629 629‑632 729 729‑732 829 829‑832 929 929‑932
9 91‑94 533 533‑536 633 633‑636 733 733‑736 833 833‑836 933 933‑936
10 101‑104 537 537‑540 637 637‑640 737 737‑740 837 837‑840 937 937‑940
11 111‑114 541 541‑544 641 641‑644 741 741‑744 841 841‑844 941 941‑944
12 121‑124 545 545‑548 645 645‑648 745 745‑748 845 845‑848 945 945‑948
13 131‑134 549 549‑552 649 649‑652 749 749‑752 849 849‑852 949 949‑952
14 141‑144 553 553‑556 653 653‑656 753 753‑756 853 853‑856 953 953‑956
15 151‑154 557 557‑560 657 657‑660 757 757‑760 857 857‑860 957 957‑960
16 161‑164 561 561‑564 661 661‑664 761 761‑764 861 861‑864 961 961‑964

Table 1: Device Addresses and Zone Numbers


When you program the 714N-POE module, you must use a keypad connected to the programming header and set to address 1.
You can also program the module from an XR150/XR550 Series panel. Initial programming of device and communication must be performed with a keypad. Afterwards, device programming and 714N-POE options may be programmed from the panel’s programming interface. The panel’s programming overrides any programming performed from a keypad connected to the module.

Reset Header

To reset the module when first installing the system, short the two pins on the reset header before applying power to the module.
To reset the module while the system is operational, short the two pins on the reset header for one or two seconds without powering down the system.

Program Start Display

When you connect the keypad to the module, the version number and release date display. Press 6653 (PROG) then CMD to enter the Programming Menu.

Initialization Option

These options can set the 714N-POE module programming memory back to factory defaults. Press any select key or area to enter the initialization menu.

Initialize Confirm Option

The module displays SURE? YES NO for confirmation to clear the memory. This is a safeguard against accidentally erasing the programming. No memory is cleared from the programming until you answer YES to the SURE? option. Selecting NO leaves communication options unchanged.

Communication Menu

Press any select key or area to enter the Communication menu. Select NET as the communication type.


Select YES to use dynamic IP address information for the module’s IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address. Select NO to enter static IP information.

714N IP Address

Enter the static IP address of the module if the DHCP is set to NO. Default is

Subnet Mask

Enter the local subnet mask assigned to the module. Default is

Gateway Address

Enter the local gateway address of the module. Default is

Panel IP Address

Enter the IP address of the panel. Default is
Note: This IP address must match the address programmed in the panel at the Local IP Address option in Network Options. The DHCP programming in the panel must be set to NO.

Panel IP Port

Enter the port number that the module uses to send communication to the panel. This must be the same port that is programmed in the 714N-POE Listen Port in Network Options programming of the panel. The panel IP port cannot be the same as the panel network programming port. Default is 2002.

714N-POE Passphrase

You must enter an 8-16 character alphanumeric passphrase to encrypt communication with the panel. The passphrase for the 714N-POE must match the 734N passphrase entered in Network Options programming of the panel. If no 734N has been installed, a passphrase is still required for the 714N-POE to communicate with the panel. The passphrase is blank by default.


The 714N-POE was designed to have minimum impact on network performance.
If required, all of the traffic between the module panel can be completely isolated from the rest of the existing network by connecting all of the 714N-POE modules and the panel to the same switch, then connecting the switch to the remainder of the network. As a result, all traffic between the modules and the panel is confined to the switch they are connected to, while still allowing the panel to communicate with the central station through the normal network.
The 714N-POE is a single. purpose network device. The module establishes outbound panel communication using the TCP/IP protocol that remains open indefinitely. No inbound communication is allowed. This prevents attackers from making any type of connection with the modules through the network.
All communication between the 714N-POE and the control panel is encrypted using 128-bit AES encryption. This is the same encryption standard approved and used by the U.S. government, including the National Security Agency for encrypting secret information.
The socket can be closed by the 714N-POE or panel after a time-out. The connection is re-established by the 714N-POE after the time-out.
A pair of supervision packets are sent every 5 seconds:

  • The payload for each packet is 18 bytes and the total traffic, including overhead, is approximately 2 kB per minute for each 714N-POE.
  • Non-Supervision messages have a payload range of 18-50 bytes.

714N-POE encryption has not been evaluated by UL.


Commercial Burglary (XR550 Series Panels)
When using the zones of the 714N-POE in a listed application, place the module in a listed enclosure and connect a DMP Model 307 Clip-on Tamper Switch to the enclosure programmed as a 24-Hour zone. The 714N-POE zones can be used in a Low Risk application


Primary Power 8.5 VDC to 28.5 VDC if 12 VDC
Current Draw
Standby/Alarm 75 mA at 12 VDC
When powered from POE
Standby/Alarm 25 mA
Output Voltage (POE) 12 VDC
Maximum Power Draw (POE) 12.95 W
Available Output Current 750 mA
Zones 5 VDC, 2 mA max
Dimensions 4.5 W x 2.75 H x 1.75 D in
11.43 W x 7 H x 4.45 D cm
Weight 8 oz (0.23 kg)


FCC Part 15
Underwriters Laboratory (UL Listed)
ANSI/UL 294 Access Control System Units
ANSI/UL 609 Local Burglar Alarm Units And Systems
ANSI/UL 1076 Proprietary Burglar Alarm Units And Systems
ANSI/UL 1610 Central Station Burglar-Alarm Units


This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
    Changes or modifications made by the user and not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
    Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Information furnished is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.

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