D1265
User's Guide
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Touchscreen Keypad
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This system includes a telephone line seizure feature. The system can be programmed to
communicate with a central monitoring station to report system events. You cannot use your phone
while the system is communicating with the central monitoring station. In the unlikely event that the
central station is not able to receive the report, your phone might be unavailable for up to 20
minutes while the control panel makes additional communication attempts.
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Contents
Part I: Security System Basics......................................4
Using the Keypad.............................................................4
Keypad Buttons ................................................................4
Points .................................................................................5
What is a Point?................................................................5
Controlled Points..............................................................5
Perimeter Points................................................................5
Interior Points ...................................................................5
24-Hr Points ......................................................................5
Fire Points .........................................................................5
Non-Fire Points.................................................................5
Your Custom Display ......................................................6
View Faulted or Bypassed Points ...................................7
To Scroll Faulted or Bypassed Points.............................7
Warning Displays and Tones ..........................................7
Keypad Quiets for Button Presses ..................................7
Priority of Events..............................................................7
Fire Alarms........................................................................8
Silencing Fire Alarms.......................................................8
Burglary Alarms ...............................................................9
Silencing Burglary Alarms...............................................9
Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Events.....................9
Silencing Fire Trouble and
Fire Supervisory Conditions............................................9
Special Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Displays ....9
Viewing Fire Trouble and
Fire Supervisory Conditions............................................9
Non-Fire Point Trouble and Supervisory Events..........9
Silencing Non-Fire Trouble and Supervisory Events .10
Viewing Non-Fire Trouble Events ...............................10
Special System Trouble Display ...................................10
Events Cleared from the Keypad Are Not Lost..........10
Entry Delay Tone and Display .....................................10
Exit Delay Tone and Display........................................10
Button Press Checking Tones .......................................10
Silencing an Alarm.........................................................10
To Silence an alarm: ......................................................10
How Your System Reports Alarms ..............................11
Part II: System Commands.........................................12
Passcode Protected Commands and Functions...........13
Turning the System On (Arming).................................13
To Turn Your Security System On (Arm)...................13
Turning the System Off (Disarming)............................13
To Turn Your Security System Off (Disarm):.............13
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Turning the System On (Arming) With a Duress
Passcode .......................................................................... 14
Turning the System On (Arming) With Doors or
Windows Open .............................................................. 14
Master Arm (CMD + 1) ................................................ 16
Description...................................................................... 16
Using Master Arm ......................................................... 16
Master Arming all Areas ............................................... 17
Perimeter Instant (CMD + 2) ....................................... 18
Using Perimeter Instant................................................. 18
Perimeter Delay (CMD + 3) ......................................... 18
Turn On the Perimeter With Delays ........................... 18
Using Perimeter Delay .................................................. 18
Silence Trouble Sounder/Clear Trouble Display
(CMD + 4) ...................................................................... 19
Description...................................................................... 19
Using CMD 4 ................................................................. 19
View Alarm Memory (CMD + 4 + 0)......................... 20
Walk Test (CMD + 4 + 4) ............................................ 21
Reset Sensors (CMD + 4 + 7) ...................................... 22
Using Reset Sensors....................................................... 22
Watch Mode (CMD + 6) .............................................. 23
Description...................................................................... 23
Entering Watch Mode ................................................... 23
Perimeter Partial (CMD + 8) ........................................ 23
Partially Turn On the Perimeter .................................. 23
Special Alerts (CMD + 7, CMD + 9) .......................... 24
Description...................................................................... 24
Using CMD 7 ................................................................. 24
Using CMD 9 ................................................................. 25
Bypass a Point (CMD + 0) ............................................ 25
Description...................................................................... 25
Using Bypass a Point ..................................................... 25
Unbypass a Point (CMD + 0 + 0)................................ 27
Description...................................................................... 27
Using Unbypass a Point ................................................ 27
Appendix....................................................................... 29
Security System Limitations.......................................... 29
Fire Safety and Evacuation ........................................... 29
Standard Displays .......................................................... 31
System Trouble Displays............................................... 32
Security System Glossary .............................................. 34
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Part I: Security System Basics
Your security system helps to secure life, property, and
investments against fire, theft, and bodily harm. The
D1265 Touch Screen Keypad is an SDI compatible
device that works with GV2/GV3 Series Control
Panels. Each keypad has an illuminated touch screen
to display system messages and graphics buttons for
data or command entry, and a sounder that emits eight
warning tones.
Keypad Buttons
CMD
Use the CMD button in
combination with one or two
numeric buttons to perform a
function.
ENTER
The ENTER button is used to
complete the entry of your
passcode at the keypad. Whenever
a function requires you to enter
your passcode at the keypad, first
press the digits of the code and
then press the ENTER button.
Your system will not recognize
your passcode until you press
ENTER.
Exit
When Exit appears on the keypad
display, pressing the Exit button
exits you from the function you are
in.
Previous
When viewing a list, pressing the
Previous button takes you back to
the previously shown item.
Next
Press the Next button to pass over
the present item(s) in a menu or list.
Using the Keypad
The D1265 keypad uses up to four rows of 20
characters each to display system messages and
graphical buttons used to select a menu and associated
functions. In addition to system messages and buttons,
the keypad shows, as needed, ten numerical buttons (0
to 9) and two function keys (CMD and ENTER). Use
the CMD button in combination with numeric buttons
to perform a function. Use the ENTER button to enter
your passcode.
When several events occur, the keypad shows each
event in order of priority.
Another way to access functions is through the Menu
List. This is done by pressing the Menu button.
Pressing the Previous or Next button while in the
Menu List allows you to scroll up or down through the
list of functions programmed by your security
company.
Pressing the button for the function shown initiates the
function.
For example, if Reset Sensors is shown, pressing the
Reset Sensors button begins the function.
To exit the Menu List, press the Exit button.
Use the Menu List to locate functions you don’t use
often or that don’t have a command number.
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Points
What is a Point?
A “point” is a detection device, or group of devices,
connected to your security system. Points display
individually at the keypad with custom text. The text
can describe a single door, motion sensor, smoke
detector, or an area such as UPSTAIRS or GARAGE.
There are two basic types of points: controlled and
24-hr.
Controlled Points
Controlled points respond to alarm conditions
depending upon whether the system is turned on
(armed) or turned off (disarmed). Controlled points are
programmed to respond instantly to alarm conditions
or to provide a delay for you to reach the keypad and
disarm the system.
The type of alarm appears before the point text when
there is an alarm. There are two types of controlled
points: perimeter points and interior points.
Interior Points
These points usually include interior forms of burglary
detection devices, such as motion sensors, or inside
doors.
24-Hr Points
24-hr points are always on, even when the burglary
system is disarmed (turned off). There are two types of
24-hr points: fire points and non-fire points.
Fire Points
Fire points exclusively monitor fire detection devices.
They are always armed and cannot be disarmed. You
can clearly distinguish fire points from other non-fire
points at the keypad.
When there is a fire alarm, the display *FIRE
ALARM* is on the first line, text identifying the point
as a fire point shows on the second line, and
instructions for silencing the alarm are displayed on
the third and fourth lines.
Fire alarms have a unique audible warning signal.
Perimeter Points
Non-Fire Points
These points usually include all exterior doors and
windows of the building.
Non-fire 24-hr points are always armed and cannot be
disarmed. Examples are 24-hr Burglary, 24-hr Panic
and 24-hr Emergency.
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Your Custom Display
“At an idle state” means that the system is not currently performing a function entered by a user. There are three
idle states the system might be in:
 Turned on (Armed)
 Turned off (Disarmed) with no points faulted (doors or windows open) in the area
 Turned off with faulted points (doors or windows open) in the area.
This manual uses the default idle state displays for examples of these idle states. Your security company might
program custom text for the idle displays in your system.
The custom text and the default text for the three system idle displays follow.
Default Text
Custom Text
________________
Area Name Text
Appears on the top line of the display
Throughout this manual, all examples of “AREA # NAME TEXT” use “AREA 1 WAREHOUSE.” The
actual name of Area 1 differs depending on the specifics of your system.
Default Text
Custom Text
Area Is On Text
Indicates the area is turned on (armed)
and ready to detect intruders.
________________
Area Off Text
Indicates the area is turned off (disarmed).
24-hr points remain armed.
________________
Area Not Ready Text
Indicates that the area is turned off, but
not ready to arm.
________________
The Silence button only appears if the trouble tone is sounding.
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View Faulted or Bypassed Points
Warning Displays and Tones
To properly arm your system, all the exterior points
(doors and windows) and interior points (motion
sensors, inside doors, etc.) in the system must be in the
normal (not faulted) condition. Viewing the faulted
points helps you find faulted points (such as doors or
windows that are left open) and correct them so proper
arming is possible.
Your keypad emits one of several distinct tones and
shows custom text to alert you to system events.
Additional bells or sirens might also be connected to
your system. Bells or sirens mounted on the exterior of
your premises alert neighbors to emergencies and
provide an audible guide for police and fire fighters.
Your keypad offers a way of displaying faulted and
bypassed point information.
Pressing any button on the keypad quiets any warning
tones. If you don’t press another button within 7 sec,
the warning tones resume.
To Scroll Faulted or Bypassed Points
1. Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the View Points button to show the first
faulted point.
Press the Next button or the Previous button
repeatedly to show the faulted and bypassed
point information.
If faulted or bypassed points in other areas exist,
then the display indicates the Area number and
the number of faulted/bypassed points before
returning to idle text.
If there are no faulted or bypassed points in
other areas, the display returns to idle text.
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Keypad Quiets for Button Presses
Priority of Events
If more than one event occurs, your system sorts them
into one of four groups. The groups (highest priority
first) are:
1. Fire Alarms
2. Burglary Alarms
3. Fire Troubles and Fire Supervisory conditions
4. Non-Fire Troubles and Non-Fire Supervisory
conditions
The group with the highest priority scrolls first in the
keypad’s display. Descriptions of the tones and
displays for each group and instructions for silencing
the tones are included in the descriptions that follow.
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Fire Alarms
Fire alarms are the highest priority events. When a fire
point activates, your keypad emits a pulsating highpitched fire tone. Evacuate all occupants and
investigate for smoke or fire. Ensure that all occupants
know the difference between the burglary tone and the
fire tone. The tone sounds for the time set by your
security company.
The keypad display shows the point text of the first
point that went into fire alarm and shows the message
Enter Passcode and ENTER key to silence.
The display shows the instructions for clearing the
message. Enter a valid passcode and press the Clear
button.
If a fire trouble still exists, the *Alarm Silenced*
display will not be cleared. To remove this display, the
fire point(s) must be returned to normal.
If you have not cleared the *Alarm Silenced* display
and wish to review cleared events, use CMD 40.
Silencing Fire Alarms
Entering a personal passcode with the proper authority
level silences a fire alarm and disarms the system if it
was armed.
The system now shows *Alarm Silenced* and then
the number of points in alarm (# FIRE ALARMS) and
then the area text appears (AREA 1 NAME TEXT)
followed by the custom text of all the points in alarm
(for example, SMOKE DETECTOR), in the order of
occurrence.
If there is more than one point causing an alarm, the
display shows each point for 3 sec before showing the
next one.
When the last alarm is shown, the next display is the
first alarm.
Your system might be programmed so that you cannot
silence some fire alarms until the fire event clears.
The *Alarm Silenced* message continues to alternate
with idle text as a reminder that it is still possible to
view the text of the points in alarm by using the View
Alarm Memory function (refer to View Alarm Memory
(CMD + 4 + 0) on page 20) for more information.
To clear the event memory and remove the *Alarm
Silenced* message from the display, press the Clear
Display button.
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Burglary Alarms
Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Events
Burglary alarms are the second priority. When a
burglary point activates while your system is armed,
your keypad emits a steady high-pitched burglary tone.
The tone sounds for the time set by your security
company.
When a fire trouble or fire supervisory condition
occurs, your keypad emits three warble tones, then a
pause (repeatedly).
The keypad display shows the number of burglary
points activated, the message Enter Passcode to
silence alarm and then custom text for each activated
point.
The system shows the number of fire points that are in
a trouble or supervisory condition as well as the point
text of the affected points.
Silencing Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory
Conditions
If there is more than one point causing an alarm, the
display shows each point for 3 sec before showing the
next one. When the last alarm is shown, the next
display is the first alarm.
Silencing Burglary Alarms
Entering a personal passcode with the proper authority
level silences a burglary alarm and disarms the system
if it was armed.
The system now shows *Alarm Silenced* and then
the number of points in alarm (### ALARMS) and
the custom text of all the points in alarm, ascending
numeric order by area.
Pressing CMD 4 or the Silence button silences and
clears the Fire Trouble and/or the Fire Supervisory
conditions.
In addition to this, entering a personal passcode with
the proper authority level silences a fire trouble and
disarms the control panel if it was armed. Use CMD
40 if you wish to review these cleared troubles.
Some systems might be programmed to
automatically re-sound the keypad’s
trouble tone after a period of time if the
fire trouble or fire supervisory condition
remains. Consult your security company
for further information.
Special Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Displays
If you silence the keypad or clear a trouble or
supervisory condition for a Fire Point from the display
and the fire point remains faulted, Fire Trouble
appears in the keypad’s display.
Entering CMD 4 clears the scrolling point text from
the display.
The Fire Trouble display persists until the detector
causing it is restored to normal.
The *Alarm Silenced* message continues to alternate
with idle text as a reminder that it is still possible to
view the text of the points in alarm by using the View
Alarm Memory function (refer to View Alarm Memory
(CMD + 4 + 0) on page 20 for more information).
Viewing Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory
Conditions
To clear the event memory and remove the *Alarm
Silenced* message from the display, press the Clear
Display button.
The display shows the instructions for clearing the
message. Enter a valid passcode and press the Clear
button.
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After pressing CMD 4 or Silence button, Fire Trouble
continues to automatically scroll through the display.
To view the faulted fire points, press any numeric key,
then press Next to scroll these displays manually.
Events scroll from oldest to newest.
Non-Fire Point Trouble and Supervisory
Events
When a trouble event occurs, your keypad might be
programmed to emit three warble tones, then a pause
(repeatedly).
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If the system was armed, the keypad display shows the
number of non-fire trouble events or non-fire
supervisory events and then custom text for each
activated point.
Silencing Non-Fire Trouble and Supervisory Events
Pressing CMD 4 or the Silence button silences and
clears Trouble and/or non-fire Supervisory conditions.
In addition to this, entering a personal passcode with
the proper authority level silences a trouble and
disarms the control panel if it was armed. If you wish
to review these cleared troubles, press CMD 40.
Viewing Non-Fire Trouble Events
After pressing CMD 4 or the Silence button, press any
numeric button to view the faulted points. Press Next
to scroll these displays manually if you wish. Events
scroll from oldest to newest.
Entry Delay Tone and Display
When you enter an armed system through a point
programmed for entry delay, the keypad emits a
repeating warble tone and displays a warning that the
area is in entry delay. This display alternates with one
notifying you that a passcode entry is needed to turn
off your security system.
If you fail to turn off the security system before the
entry delay time expires, it will sound the burglary
tone and might also send an alarm report to your
security company.
If enabled by your security company, there
is a short period of time after the start of
the alarm that a passcode entry aborts the
transmission of the alarm report. Alarm
Aborted shows if this occurs.
Special System Trouble Display
These displays appear on all keypads in the system.
Refer to Standard Displays on page 31 for a description
of each system trouble display. Pressing CMD 4 or the
Silence button silences a system trouble tone, but the
System Trouble display will not clear until the faulted
condition is corrected.
Exit Delay Tone and Display
After you arm your system, the keypad emits a
repeating beep tone, shows Exit Now! and counts
down the exit delay time.
During the last 10 sec of the Exit Delay time, the
keypad will emit a more urgent tone.
A system trouble display begins by sounding a trouble
tone and then 3 sec later the specific System Trouble
Display is shown, such as Service AC Fail.
Some systems might be programmed to
not initiate a trouble tone during these
conditions.
Events Cleared from the Keypad Are Not Lost
Button Press Checking Tones
If you clear the alarms and troubles from the display,
you can still view all the events that occurred since the
last time the system was armed by using CMD 40
(View Alarm Memory).
Valid Entry
If you press an appropriate button for the function or
entry you desire, the keypad emits a muted beep tone,
indicating it accepted your button press.
Invalid Entry
A flat buzz tone sounds when you press a button that
doesn’t have a function to execute, or when the keypad
has no information to show.
Silencing an Alarm
The audible alarm sounds for a specific period of time
before it automatically shuts off. If an alarm occurs and
you want to silence the siren before the time expires,
simply enter your personal passcode and press
ENTER.
To Silence an alarm:
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
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How Your System Reports Alarms
Your security system might be programmed to
automatically seize your telephones when sending
reports to your security company. Once the report is
completed, your security system restores the telephone
line to normal operation (check with your security
company). Other methods of communicating alarm
conditions are also available. Please consult your
security company for services available in your area.
Your system makes repeated attempts to send reports
to your security company.
Notify your security company of the communications
failure. In the event your security system fails to
communicate, the keypad sounds a Trouble Tone and
shows Comm Fail Route Grp1 (where the Route
Group can be 1, 2, 3, or 4):
Notify your security company of the communications
failure.
If your system uses telephone lines as its
means of communication and telephone
service is interrupted, your security
system cannot send reports to your
security company unless it has an
alternate means of transmitting them.
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Part II: System Commands
Some of these functions might not be
available in your system. Please consult
your security company to determine
which commands have been made
available to you.
Table 1:
COMMAND
Keypad Commands
Function
Master Arm
Master Arm Instant
+
Perimeter Instant
If you attempt to enter a function that is available in
the system but your passcode is not authorized to
perform the function, then **No Authority** shows
on the keypad.
Perimeter Delay
Silence Trouble Sounder and Clear
Trouble Display
View Memory
+
Walk Test
+
Reset Sensors
+
Watch Mode
Press the CMD button and then the one or two digits
shown in Table 1 to perform the function. When you
use a command to perform a function, the displays in
the function list below do not appear at your keypad.
Special Alert
Perimeter Partial
Some commands listed in Table 1 might
not be available. Contact your security
company for more information.
Special Alert
Bypass a Point
Unbypass a Point
+
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Passcode Protected Commands and
Functions
Commands and/or Functions within your system
might be programmed to require a valid passcode
prior to gaining access to that function. This ensures
that only authorized people have access to specific
functions.
1.
The display might prompt you to enter your
passcode.
Turning the System Off (Disarming)
Entering your personal passcode turns off your security
system. When the system is turned on, you must enter
through a designated entry door to prevent an instant
alarm condition. Opening the door starts entry delay
time and the Keypad emits a pulsing “beep” tone to
remind you to turn the system off. Enter your passcode
before the delay time expires and the system turns off.
If you enter through the wrong door or fail to disarm
before the entry delay time expires, you cause an
alarm.
If this happens, silence the alarm (by entering your
personal passcode and pressing ENTER) and call your
security company to let them know that it is not an
emergency situation.
2.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when
entered and advance from the right side of the
display to the left until all passcode digits (from
a minimum of 3 to a maximum of six) are
entered.
If enabled by your security company,
there is a short period of time after the
start of the alarm that a passcode entry
aborts the transmission of the alarm
report. Alarm Aborted shows if this
occurs.
To Turn Your Security System Off (Disarm):
1. Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
2. You must press the ENTER button within 5 sec
of entering your passcode, or the passcode entry
is invalid.
3. The display returns to idle disarmed text.
3.
Press ENTER.
Turning the System On (Arming)
Your security system can be turned on (armed) in
many different ways, depending on the arming
command used. Arming Commands are those
commands used to turn the system on. The most basic
arming command is to arm the entire system.
There are several other arming commands to turn the
system on. These are described later in this manual.
To Turn Your Security System On (Arm)
1. Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
2.
After you arm your system, the keypad emits a
repeating beep tone, shows Exit now! #
seconds remaining and counts down the exit
delay time.
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Turning the System On (Arming) With a
Duress Passcode
Turning the System On (Arming) With
Doors or Windows Open
Your passcode might have a special duress feature that
can be your personal passcode with its last digit
increased by one or two digits. Alternately, some
systems may have a specific passcode designated as the
Duress disarm passcode. Consult your security
company for your security system’s configured duress
option.
If a protected door or window is open, you might have
the option of “force arming” with that point faulted.
Faulted points (opened doors or windows) that are
force armed are not included in the system. The
remaining points arm normally.
For example, if your passcode is 1234, your duress
passcode might be 1235 or 1236.
If an intruder demands that you arm or disarm the
security system, you can use your duress passcode. The
duress passcode arms or disarms the system and sends
a duress report to your security company. There is no
alarm tone or visual indication at the premises that the
report is sent. Check with your security company
before attempting to use this feature.
Force armed points either return to normal operation
after you turn your system off or return to normal
when the door or window is closed. Your system might
not offer force arming or it might be restricted to
specific points. Contact your security company for
more information.
Use your passcode or an arming function to start the
arming process.
The display shows Check Area #.
1. One of the messages below might display in
place of Check Area #.
This display indicates the system is
programmed not to arm with particular points
faulted (doors or windows open).
This display indicates that the system’s number
of allowable bypassed points has been reached.
Your system’s maximum number of bypassed
and/or force armed points is set by your
security company. Check with them to learn
this number.
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5.
Pressing Next at this screen aborts the arm
command and returns to showing the faulted
points.
This display indicates that more than the
number of allowable points are faulted.
Bypassed points are counted as faulted. Your
system’s maximum number of bypassed and/or
force armed points is set by your security
company. Check with them to learn this
number.
2.
The display shows NOT READY TO ARM.
3.
Pressing the View Points button shows the
specifics for any points that are faulted or
bypassed.
Once the last bypassed point is shown, the
display changes to show the button to either
force arm the faulted points (Force Arm) or
force arm the faulted/bypassed points
(Force/Bypass Arm).
6.
Press the appropriate button to arm your system
with the faulted/bypassed points removed from
service.
Faulted points are shown first then bypassed
points.
4.
The display changes to show the number of
faulted points in the area.
Press the Next button repeatedly to scroll
through the point text for each faulted point.
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Master Arm (CMD + 1)
5.
Description
Use this function to turn on both the perimeter and
interior of a single area indicated on the first line (top)
of the keypad display. When you turn the system on,
the display shows how many seconds of exit delay time
you have to exit the protected area. You should leave
before exit delay time expires.
Leaving after exit delay has expired causes the entry
delay to start if the person exits through a designated
Entry/Exit door. Exiting through any other point could
cause an immediate alarm. Moving into the interior of
the protected area causes an alarm on an interior
device. If an alarm occurs, enter your personal
passcode to disarm the system.
If your system is programmed to require a
passcode when performing a CMD 1, the
display prompts you to enter your passcode.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*).
6.
If the passcode has valid authority for this
command, the display shows Exit Now! # (# =
exit delay time remaining) seconds remaining.
Your cleaning service, a serviceman, or others might
also use this function to turn on your system when they
leave.
Using Master Arm
Using the CMD+1 command only arms
the area currently displayed on the top
line of the keypad display. For example, if
the keypad is assigned to AREA 1
WAREHOUSE, only AREA 1
WAREHOUSE arms when CMD+1 is
pressed.
1.
After the exit delay time expires, the display
changes to idle armed text.
Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
7.
2.
Press the CMD button.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 1 button.
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To disarm your security system, enter your
personal passcode and press ENTER.
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Master Arming all Areas
8.
If you prefer, you might use the Master Arm
command in the function list. Press the Menu button
to access the function list configured in the keypad.
1. Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
Every time the Next, Previous or Arm buttons
are pressed, the display scrolls to the next
unarmed area.
9.
2.
Press the Menu button to enter the function list,
then press the Next button repeatedly until you
reach the Master Arm button.
3.
Press the button.
4.
The display might prompt you to enter your
passcode.
The next available area appears with the option
to arm it.
To arm all available areas, press the Arm
button when the display reads Master Arm All.
10. The display changes to show that all areas are
arming.
The display shows Exit Now! # (# = exit delay
time remaining).
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when
entered.
After the exit delay time expires, the display
changes to idle armed text.
11. To disarm your security system, enter your
personal passcode and press ENTER.
5.
If more than one area is configured, the system
gives the option to arm all areas with Master
Arm All. To arm all areas proceed to Step 9.
6.
To arm a selected area, press Next until the
desired area appears (Area name text along
with Arm Area #).
7.
Then press Arm.
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12. The display changes to show that all the areas
are disarmed.
The display returns to idle text.
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Perimeter Instant (CMD + 2)
Perimeter Delay (CMD + 3)
Using Perimeter Instant
Turn On the Perimeter With Delays
Interior points are not armed with this command and
might remain faulted while arming with CMD 2.
1. Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
In residential systems this function allows you to only
arm the perimeter and exit through a door
programmed for exit delay. The interior of the
building remains disarmed. People or pets are free to
move throughout the interior of the premises.
This function is also useful in commercial systems
when you are working before or after business hours
and wish to have the perimeter armed. Other system
users can enter through doors programmed for entry
delay, which starts the entry delay sounder and
countdown.
3.
Press the 2 button.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Using Perimeter Delay
Interior points are not armed with this command
and might remain faulted while arming with
CMD 3.
1. Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the Perimeter Arm Inst
button, press it.
4.
The display shows Perimeter On Instant.
3.
Press the 3 button.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
After arming the perimeter without delays, you
cannot enter or exit the premises without
disarming the system. Opening a perimeter
door before disarming generates an alarm. If
this happens, silence the alarm by turning your
system off and call your security company to let
them know that it is not an emergency situation.
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When you reach the Perimetr Arm Delay
button, press it.
4.
The display shows Exit Now! # seconds
remaining (# = exit delay time remaining).
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After the exit delay expires, Perimeter On
Delayed is shown.
Silence Trouble Sounder/Clear Trouble
Display (CMD + 4)
Description
5.
To disarm your security system, enter your
personal passcode and press ENTER.
The display then returns to idle text.
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Use CMD 4 to silence the trouble sounder during
system events. This command also clears system
messages from the display. The *Alarm Silenced*
display continues to scroll to remind you that cleared
events can be seen with the View Alarm Memory
function. Refer to View Alarm Memory (CMD + 4 + 0)
on page 20.
Using CMD 4
1. Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2.
Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3.
Press the 4 button.
4.
The keypad sounder is silenced.
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View Alarm Memory (CMD + 4 + 0)
5.
Press Next to scroll through the events.
If there are no events to view, There are
currently no events in memory shows.
Description
Your system stores events that occurred since the last
time the display was cleared. Use CMD 40 to View
Alarm Memory.
Event Memory allows you or a service technician to
review events after they are cleared from the keypad’s
display. *Alarm Silenced* continues to scroll to
remind you that events are stored in Event Memory.
Each time you turn the system on, the Event Memory
is erased and the *Alarm Silenced* message is
cleared.
Using View Alarm Memory
1. Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3.
6.
You can return to idle text at any time by
pressing Exit button.
Press the 4 button and then the 0 button.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the View Alarm Memory
button, press it.
4.
Your system shows event summary lines and
point text in this order:
a.
fire alarm summary line
b. point text for each fire alarm event
c.
alarm summary line
d. point text for each alarm event
e.
fire trouble summary line
f.
point text for each fire trouble event
g.
trouble summary line
h. point text for each trouble event
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Walk Test (CMD + 4 + 4)
4.
Description
Use this function to test keypads, detection devices,
and sounders (both interior and exterior) to be certain
they function properly. You can review untested points
at your keypad to help pin-point any problems.
You cannot arm your system while in the walk test
mode, and no alarm reports are sent to your security
company unless a 24-hr point is activated (such as fire
or panic).
Test each point by first opening and then closing
the door or window, or activating the other
detection device types.
Upon initiation, the walk test tests the burglary bell
pattern on the bell output and rings the keypad
burglary bell for 2 sec. The AC power is disabled for 4
min in order to test the system’s battery power.
If the battery cannot maintain the system for the fourminute period, the keypad appears to power off. If this
happens, contact your security company. At the end of
the four-minute period, AC is returned to the system
and the control panel restores. To test individual
detection devices, simply activate sensors and open
protected doors and windows one-at-a-time. As each
detection device is faulted, the keypad emits a brief
tone and the display indicates for 60 sec that the point
has been tested. This verifies that each detection device
is working properly.
The burglary bell sounds for 2 sec. When the
display shows ### points remain to be tested
(### is the number of points) you can begin.
Check the display after testing each point. For
interior points, walking past the device once is
sufficient. If any point will not test correctly,
contact your security company for service.
5.
During the Walk Test you might want to refer to
the points that remain untested by pressing the
View untested pts button.
The display shows ### pts untested.
Using Walk Test
1. Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
Press the Next Pt or Prev Pt buttons to refer to
information about specific points that have not
yet been tested.
6.
3.
Press the 4 button and then the 4 button.
Move through this list by pressing the Next Pt
button.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the Walk Test button,
press it.
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The display changes to show the information for
that point.
Press the Exit button to return to the ### points
remain to be tested screen before continuing
with the walk test.
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7.
When all points have been tested, 0 points
remain to be tested is shown.
Press the Exit button.
The display momentarily shows All points have
been tested.
The display then shows idle text.
Reset Sensors (CMD + 4 + 7)
Description
Detection devices, such as smoke detectors and shock
sensors, must be reset after being activated. This
function momentarily removes power from these
sensors to reset them.
Using Reset Sensors
1. Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3.
Press the 4 button, followed by the 7 button.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the Reset Sensors
button, press it.
4.
The display shows for approximately 15 sec.
While the sensors reset, the keypad resets
before it returns to idle text.
If you enter this function and the detector or sensor
resets momentarily, but then returns to a faulted
condition, the conditions causing the activation might
still be present or the detector might be faulty. Check
to be certain that there is no smoke, fire, or other
danger present. If you can’t reset the detector or
sensor, contact your security company.
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Watch Mode (CMD + 6)
4.
Description
The display briefly shows Watch Mode is now
on.
With your security system disarmed, you can use
watch mode to monitor some points. Each time some
points are faulted (door or window is opened) the
keypad chimes once and shows the point text for 60
sec. No alarms are generated by this mode except 24hr alarms (fire, panic, and so on).
Use this function in residential systems to monitor
entries or exits in your home. In commercial systems,
it can serve as a door chime to alert you when a
customer or delivery person enters your business.
Contact your security company to find
out which points are watch points and
whether or not your system
automatically turns the Watch Mode
on whenever you disarm.
Entering Watch Mode
1. Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
The display returns to show idle text.
5.
To exit watch mode, repeat Steps 1 through 3.
Perimeter Partial (CMD + 8)
Partially Turn On the Perimeter
Description
This function is used to turn on the perimeter of your
building while selected portions of the perimeter
remain turned off. Perimeter points that are not secure
(faulted) when this function is entered are
automatically bypassed and are not included in the
system. This function will not turn on the interior of
your building. Entry/exit delays are provided with this
arming command.
Use this function in residential systems to turn on the
front of your house while the interior and the rear
perimeter doors are left turned off, giving you freedom
of movement between the house and patio.
3.
Press the 6 button.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
In commercial systems, when you need access to the
large overhead doors to receive deliveries, using this
function allows you to keep the rest of the building
perimeter armed.
Using Perimeter Partial
1. Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
2. Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3. Press the 8 button.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the Watch Mode button,
press it.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the Perimeter Arm Part
button, press it.
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13. The display prompts the user to exit the area
and starts counting down # seconds to arm the
system.
Special Alerts (CMD + 7, CMD + 9)
Description
Commands 7 and 9 can be programmed to respond to
specific situations that might need immediate attention.
They might also be used to send a silent alarm to your
security company without sounding an alarm signal on
the premises. Check with your security company for
the options they offer.
Using CMD 7
# is the number of seconds remaining in the
countdown.
1.
Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
2.
Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3.
Press the 7 button.
14. When exit delay time expires and the system
turns on, the display shows:
15. To disarm, enter your personal passcode and
press ENTER.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the User Command 7
button, press it.
4.
Your Command 7 special alert has been
programmed to:

notify your alarm company

ring a bell on your premises

display at your keypad
Description:
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
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Using CMD 9
Bypass a Point (CMD + 0)
1.
Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
Description
2.
Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
Bypass points that you do not want included in the
system. Points that are not included in the system do
not detect intruders and cannot send any reports. You
can bypass points when an area is disarmed. Bypassing
a point reduces the level of security and should be
used with discretion. Points remain bypassed until you
unbypass them, or some points might return when the
area is disarmed (refer to Unbypass a Point (CMD + 0 +
0) on page 27).
3.
Press the 9 button.
You could use CMD 0 to leave a window open over
night without initiating an alarm.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Using Bypass a Point
1.
Ensure your keypad shows idle text.
2.
Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3.
Press the 0 button.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the User Command 9
button, press it.
4.
Your Command 9 special alert has been
programmed to:

notify your alarm company

ring a bell on your premises

display at your keypad
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Description:
_________________________________________
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
_________________________________________
Press the Next button repeatedly.
_________________________________________
When you reach the bypass a Point
button, press it.
4.
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You might be prompted for your passcode. It
appears on the display as asterisks (*).
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5.
The display changes to show Enter point
number or press next key.
P3 ENTRY DELAY is now bypassed indicates
the point was successfully bypassed.
6.
If digits are pressed, the display shows Enter
point number: #. As soon as a digit button is
pressed, the display changes to Entering point
number (# is the point number that was
entered).
P3 ENTRY DELAY is already bypassed
indicates that the point has already been
bypassed.
If you know the point number you wish to
bypass, enter the number and press the ENTER
button.
P3 DELAY cannot be bypassed indicates the
system is programmed not to allow that point to
be bypassed.
If you don’t know the number of the point you
wish to bypass, you can view the list of devices
that can be bypassed by pressing the Next
button.
Continuously pressing Next scrolls through the
available points that can be bypassed.
When the point text of the point you wish to
bypass appears, press the Bypass button.
Invalid point Please try again indicates that
the entered point doesn’t exist and the display
returns to allow another point to be entered.
P3 ENTRY DELAY is not bypassed indicates
the point is not bypassed and the option is
given to bypass it.
No additional points indicates that there are
no more points that can be bypassed.
One of the following messages shows (P3
ENTRY DELAY is used here as an example):
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7.
If the bypassed point is a Fire Point, the
message Fire Point Bypassed begins alternating
in the display with A1 Area Is Off.
Unbypass a Point (CMD + 0 + 0)
Description
Unbypassing a point is a way to return a bypassed
point to the security system so that it can once again
respond to trouble and alarm conditions.
Using Unbypass a Point
8.
1.
Ensure the display shows disarmed idle text.
2.
Press the CMD button. The display shows
*System Command*.
3.
Press the 0 button twice.
If the bypassed point is a 24-hour point, the
message 24hr Point Bypassed begins
alternating in the display with A1 Area Is Off.
If you prefer, you might use the function
list in place of Steps 2 and 3 to initiate
this function.
Press the Menu button to enter the
function list.
Press the Next button repeatedly.
When you reach the Unbypass a Point
button, press it.
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4.
You might be prompted for your passcode. It
appears on the display as asterisks (*).
5.
The display changes to show Enter point
number or press next key.
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6.
P3 ENTRY DELAY cannot be bypassed
indicates the system is programmed not to allow
that point to be bypassed.
If digits are pressed, the display shows Enter
point number: #. As soon as a digit button is
pressed, the display changes to Entering point
number (# is the point number that was
entered).
Invalid point Please try again indicates that
the entered point doesn’t exist and the display
returns to allow another point to be entered.
If you know the point number you wish to
unbypass, enter the number and press the
ENTER button.
If you don’t know the number of the point you
wish to unbypass, you can view the list of
devices that can be unbypassed by pressing the
Next button.
Continuously pressing Next scrolls through the
available points that are currently bypassed.
When the point text of the point you wish to
unbypass appears, press the Unbypass button.
No additional points indicates that there are
no more points that can be unbypassed.
One of the following messages shows (P3
ENTRY DELAY is used here as an example):
If an unbypassed point is entered, an error tone
will sound and a warning will be displayed.
P3 ENTRY DELAY is not bypassed indicates
the point is not bypassed and the option is
given to bypass it.
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7.
If you are attempting to unbypass a 24-Hour or
Fire Point that is still faulted, the keypad shows
Cannot unbypass 24hr faulted points.
8.
The display returns to idle text.
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Appendix
Security System Limitations
Not even the most advanced security system can
guarantee protection against burglary, fire, or
environmental threats. All security systems are subject
to possible compromise or failure-to-warn for a variety
of reasons including, but not limited to, the following:
 If sirens or horns are placed outside the hearing
range of people in remote areas of the building or
in areas that are frequently closed off, they do not
provide the intended protection.
 If intruders gain access through unprotected points
of entry, the system will not detect their entrance.
 If intruders have the technical means of bypassing,
jamming, or disconnecting all or part of the
system, they will not be detected.
 If the AC power supply is OFF and the back-up
battery is either missing or dead, motion sensors
will not detect intrusion and the fire points will not
detect the presence of smoke.
 Smoke detectors cannot detect smoke in chimneys,
walls, or roofs, or smoke blocked by a closed door.
They might not detect smoke or fire on a level of
the building different from the one on which they
are located. Smoke detectors might not be able to
warn in time about fires started by explosions,
improper storage of flammables, overloaded
electrical circuits, or other types of hazardous
conditions.
 If phone lines are out of service, reports from the
security system to the security company cannot be
sent. Telephone lines are vulnerable to
compromise by several means.
Inadequate maintenance and failure to test are the
most common causes of alarm failure. It is strongly
recommended that you test your system once a week
to be sure that all system components are working
properly.
Fire Safety and Evacuation
Residential fire is a leading cause of accidental death.
Most fire related deaths occur at night when occupants
suffocate in their sleep from smoke and toxic gases,
rather than from burns. To help reduce this risk, the
following program should be implemented:
1. Minimize fire hazards. Smoking in bed, cleaning
with flammable liquids such as gasoline, leaving
children home alone, and using unsafe holiday
decorations are some of the common causes of
household fire.
2. Install a fire alarm system. The primary purpose
of this system is to give the earliest possible
warning of danger.
3. A smoke detector should be provided to protect
each sleeping area in a home (refer to Figure 1
and Figure 2 on page 30).
4. Practice an escape plan. Because there might be
very little time between detection of a fire and
the time it becomes deadly, it is important that
every member of the family understand how to
quickly evacuate according to the plan.
Figure 1:
Smoke detector placement
2
4
5
3
1
1
6
3
3
1 - Smoke detector
2 - TV room
3 - Bedroom
4 - Dining room
5 - Kitchen
6 - Living room
Although having a security system
might make you eligible for reduced
insurance premiums, the system is no
substitute for insurance. Warning
devices cannot compensate you for
loss of life or property.
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Figure 2:
Smoke detector placement (elevation
view)
2
1
2
Figure 3:
1
2
Escape routes
2
5
4
3
3
7
3
6
1
Fire
2 - Escape route
3 - Bedroom
4567-
Kitchen
Dining room
Living room
Smoke detector
**No Authority**
*System Command*
Perimeter On Delayed
Entry Delay/Enter Passcode to Disarm
Perimeter Instant
Instant (CMD + 2)
Exit Now
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Fire Point Bypass
24hr Point Bypass
Service D9210
Service Zonex Bus 1 (or 2)
D1265
Security System Glossary
Area
Arm
Authority
Level
Bypass
Central
Station
Closing
Report
Entry
Delay
Exit Delay
Faulted
Point
Force Arm
Function
List
Idle Text
Master
Arm
Menu
Opening
Report
Perimeter
Arm
Point
Relay
Trouble
Notes
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