Magellan All-in-one Wireless Security System MG6250 Console

Magellan All-in-one Wireless Security System
MG6250 Console
Version 1.0
Menu Programming Guide
Introduction
Initial Power-up
The MG6250 All-in-one Wireless Console is a two-partition,
64-zone wireless console, offering the latest in
communication technology (reporting via GPRS, GSM, SMS,
voice, and traditional landline). In addition, the MG6250 is
enhanced with intuitive menu-driven programming
capabilities. As a result, the MG6250 enables easy, fast, and
efficient programming.
1.
Plug in your unit.
2.
Select your language.
1-English
2-Spanish
Menu vs. Section-based Programming
3.
Select the time
format.
Time Format?
12hrs 24hrs
4.
Set the correct time,
then press ok.
Time: 16:25
ok
Set the correct date,
then press ok.
Y: 2010 M: 11 D: 17
ok
back
The MG6250 can be programmed using either the menubased approach (preferred method) described in this manual,
via the section-based method, or a combination of both.
Although relevant section-based information appears
throughout this manual, refer to the MG6250 Section
Programming Guide for complete details on the sectionbased programming method. Log-on to paradox.com to
download the latest release of the MG6250 Section
Programming Guide.
5.
back
Description of Menu Keys
•
ok: Press to access menus and confirm actions
•
next: Press to advance to next screen or menu
•
back: Press to go back to previous screen
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Page 3
The Menu Flow
01-BYPASS ZONES
02-MESSAGES
03-WAKE UP CLOCK
04-CHIME ZONE
05-ALARM MEMORY
06-HISTORY LOG
07-SYSTEM TEST
NOTE: You can access the System Setup menu by using the
arrow keys, or by entering 08. Once accessed, enter the default
installer code (0000).
Page 4
01-ZONES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P5
• wireless, voice tag, text name, zone type, areas
02-AREAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P7
• system/site name, voice tag, area names
03-OUTPUTS (PGMS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P8
• wireless, voice tag, text name, activation types, event selection
04-KEYPADS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P13
• wireless, voice tag, text name
05-REPEATERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P15
• wireless, voice tag, text name, select zones/outputs/keypads
06-SIRENS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P17
• wireless, voice tag, text name
07-DOORBELLS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P18
• wireless, voice tag, text name, select tone
08-DELAYS/TONES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P20
• entry delays, exit delay, bell cutoff, bell squawk, pre-alarm
09-COMMUNICATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P22
• user call list, SIM cards, account setup
10-INSTALLER ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P27
• installer/maintenance codes, call-back PC/service tel. #
11-SYSTEM TEST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P29
• signal strength, reporting, zones, remotes, hardware
12-STAYD PATH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P31
• console path, keypad path
13-VERSION NUMBER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P33
• main firmware, chip firmware, serial number, hardware, ECO
14-ADVANCED PROG (refer to MG6250 Section Programming Guide)
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
1. Zones
Add Zones
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 01-Zones
5.
Select a zone to add, then
press ok.
Menu Summary
•
•
•
Add Zones
•
(max. 64)
Choose Wireless or Hardwired •
Record Voice Tag
•
(max. 3 seconds)
Enter Zone Name
(max. 16 characters)
Select Zone Type
Assign to Areas
Programming Sequence
1.
Press menu.
13:11

menu
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
exit
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
exit
01-Zones
ok
next
exit
4.
Press ok.
Choose Wireless or
Hardwired
6.
Choose whether the zone
is wireless.
Wireless Zone?
yes
no
back
NOTE: The MG6250 has two
hardwired, on-board input/outputs (I/Os), assignable to either
zones or outputs (PGMs). As a result, this screen only appears
when you choose zones 1 and 2. Zones 3 to 64 (inclusive) are
wireless.
•
If yes, press Tamper or
(a)
Learn on the device
Press Tamper or
(see a), or enter its serial
back
number, then press ok
(see b). Once completed, (b)
the device’s serial number Serial # [032222]
will be registered.
ok clear back
•
If no, I/O 1 is assigned to
zone 1. Press ok.
[0000]
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Add Zone 01
ok
next
exit
I/O 1
ok
=
Zone 01
back
Page 5
Record Voice Tag
7.
Press ok.
8.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
9.
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Select Zone Type
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
Please Record
after the Tone
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
NOTE: Zone tags will play
whenever zone-related actions are taken; for instance, when
adding/modifying zones during the programming sequence,
arming, disarming, and bypassing zones, or assigning chime
zones.
Enter Zone Name
10. Press ok.
11. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
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Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
12. Press ok.
Select Zone Type
ok
back
13. Select the zone type or
enter the types’s twodigit number (see table 1
on page 7), and then
press ok.
Delay1
ok
next
back
14. Press edit.
Area?
edit next
1
back
15. Assign zone to areas 1, 2,
or both.
Area?
1
1&2
16. Repeat steps 5 to 15 to
add other zones (max.
64).
Another Zone?
no
yes
Assign to Areas
1
2
Name: Zone 01
ok
clear back
System Setup: Zones
2. Areas
Table 1: Zone types and their corresponding numbers
#
Description
01 Entry Delay 1
#
Description
12 Delay fire
#
Description
Follow, no
23
pre-alarm
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 02-Areas
Menu Summary
02 Entry Delay 2
13 Fire silent
03 Delay 1, Full arm
14 Delay fire silent
Instant, no
24
pre-alarm
25 Keyswitch maintain
04 Delay 2, Full arm
15 24 hr. buzzer
26
Keyswitch
momentary
05 Follow
16 24 hr. burglary
27
Delay 1, Sleep and
Full arm
Programming Sequence
17 24 hr. holdup
28
Delay 2, Sleep and
Full arm
1.
07 Follow, Full arm
08 Instant
18 24 hr. gas
19 24 hr. heat
29 Unarmed
33 Custom 1
09 Instant, Sleep and
Full arm
10 Instant, Full arm
20 24 hr. water
34 Custom 2
21 24 hr. freeze
22 24 hr. panic
35 Custom 3
36 Custom 4
06
Follow, Sleep and
Full arm
11 Fire
NOTE: To select a zone type (see Select Zone Type on page 6),
either scroll the list using the next or arrow keys, or enter its
corresponding number from table 1 on page 7. For more
information on zone types, refer to the MG6250 Section
Programming Guide.
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
•
Modify System/Site
•
•
Record Voice Tag
(max. 3 seconds)
•
Press menu.
Enter System/Site Name
(max. 16 characters)
Modify Areas 1 and 2
13:11

menu
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
exit
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
exit
Select 02-Areas submenu, then press ok.
02-Areas
ok
next
exit
4.
[0000]
Page 7
3. Outputs (PGMs)
Modify System/Site
5.
Press ok.
System/Site Name
ok
next
exit
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 03-Outputs
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
•
•
Record Voice Tag
6.
Press ok.
7.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
8.
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Please Record
after the Tone
Menu Summary
•
•
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
Enter System/Site Name
9.
Press ok.
10. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
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•
•
•
•
Set-up Remote Access
Configure PGM Activation/
Deactivation Events
Set-up Alarm Activation
Options
Custom Setup of PGMs
Programming Sequence
Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
1.
Name: MG6250
ok
clear back
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
exit
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
Modify Areas 1 and 2
11. Repeat steps 5 to 10 for
areas 1 and 2.
•
Add Output (max. 8)
Choose Wireless or
Hardwired
Record Voice Tag
(max. 3 seconds)
Enter Output Name
(max. 16 characters)
Set-up Activation Types
Press menu.
13:11

menu
[0000]
exit
Area 1 Name
ok
next
exit
System Setup: Outputs (PGMs)
4.
Select 03-Outputs submenu, then press ok.
03-Outputs
ok
next
•
exit
Add Output
5.
Select an output to add,
then press ok.
Add Output 1
ok
next
exit
Choose Wireless or
Hardwired
6.
Choose whether the
output is wireless.
Wireless Output?
yes
no
back
NOTE: The MG6250 has two
hardwired, on-board input/
outputs (I/Os), assignable to either zones or outputs (PGMs). As
a result, the screen in step 6 only appears when you choose
outputs 1 and 2. Outputs 3 to 8 (inclusive) are wireless.
•
If yes, press Tamper or
(a)
Learn on the device
Press Tamper or
(see a), or enter its serial
back
number, then press ok
(see b). Once completed, (b)
the device’s serial number Serial # [012121]
will be registered.
ok clear back
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
If no, one of the following
appears. Press ok.
(a)
I/O Already Use
ok
back
NOTE: Screen a appears if
zones 1 and/or 2 are already
(b)
assigned to I/O 1 and I/O 2,
I/O 1 = Output 01
respectively. Press ok and
ok
back
follow instructions on-screen
to either keep the I/O
assigned to a zone, or delete its zone assignment. Once
deleted, you’ll be able to assign the on-board I/O to an output.
Screen b appears if zones 1 and/or 2 are not assigned to the
console’s two hardwired, on-board I/Os. Press ok and follow
instructions on-screen.
Record Voice Tag
7.
Press ok.
8.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
9.
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
Please Record
after the Tone
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
Page 9
Enter Output Name
10. Press ok.
Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
11. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Name: Output 01
ok
clear back
Set-up Activation Types
This menu allows you to do
the following:
Activation Type
ok
back
•
Set-up remote access (see
Set-up Remote Access)
•
Configure PGM activation and deactivation events
(see page 11)
NOTE: If no remotes are programmed, No Remote Prog. appears
on-screen. Remotes can be programmed using either the
menu (via the master code) or section-based programming
methods. To program remotes using the section-based
method, refer to the following sections in the MG6250 Section
Programming Guide:
•
[0401] to [0416]: Remote control serial number
•
[0440] to [0458]: Programming remote controls
•
[0481] to [0496]: REM3 options
•
[0521] to [0536]: Remote control user labels
3.
Choose whether to assign
a button.
Modify Button?
yes no
back
•
If yes, press any button
on your remote.
Press Any Button
back
•
If no, press ok to toggle
the output ON/OFF, or
press next to choose one
of the following options:
Toggle ON/OFF?
ok
next
back
Set-up alarm activation options (see page 11)
Refer to their respective sections for specific setup instructions.

Set-up Remote Access
1.
Press ok.
2.
Press ok.
Activation Type
ok
back

Page 10
Remote Access?
ok
next
back


ON for 1 sec.
ON for 5 sec.
ON for 15 sec.
System Setup: Outputs (PGMs)





4.
ON for 30 sec.
ON for 1 min.
ON for 5 min.
ON for 15 min.
ON for 30 min.
If desired, add other
outputs (max.8).
2.
Press ok.
Press next, select one of
the following, and then
press ok:
Custom Setup (see Custom Setup of PGMs on page 12)
3.
Press edit.
Area?
edit next
1
back
4.
Assign to areas 1, 2, or
both.
Area?
1
1&2
5.
Choose whether to set-up
remote access.
Remote Access?
no
yes
•
If yes, go to Set-up
Remote Access on page 10.
•
If no, choose whether to add another output (see Add
Output on page 9).
Another Output?
yes
no
back
Configure PGM Activation/
Deactivation Events
1.
•
Activation Type
ok
back
Remote Access?
ok
next
back
•
Follow Bell
•
Alarm Activation (see Set-up Alarm Activation Options)
•
Zone Activation
•
Follow Full Arm
•
Follow Sleep Arm
•
Follow Stay Arm
•
Console Supervision
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
1
2
Set-up Alarm Activation Options
1.
Press ok.
Activation Type
ok
back
2.
Press next.
Remote Access?
ok
next
back
3.
Select Alarm Activation,
then press ok.
Alarm Activation
ok
next
back
Page 11
4.
Press one of the
following:
•
edit: press to assign the
alarm activation to areas 1, 2, or both.
•
next: press, select one of the following, and then press ok:










5.
Area?
edit next
1
back
Steady on alarm
Pulse on alarm
ON for 1 sec.
ON for 5 sec.
ON for 15 sec.
ON for 30 sec.
ON for 1 min.
ON for 5 min.
ON for 15 min.
ON for 30 min.
2.
Press next.
Remote Access?
ok
next
back
3.
Select Custom Setup,
then press ok.
Custom Setup?
ok
next
back
4.
Using the keypad, enter
the following for output
1:
[0321] PGM
00-00-0//00-00-0
•
Event number
•
Sub-event number
•
Partition number
Partition number
Sub-event number
Event number
Refer to the MG6250 Section Programming Guide for the
complete list of MG6250 events and sub-events.
Once complete, choose whether to set-up remote access
(see Set-up Remote Access on page 10).
NOTE: For sections [0321] to [0328], the first set of
0s (00-00-0) correspond to activation events; the second set, to
deactivation events. Press # at any time to quickly access the
next programmable section. In addition, press and hold 0 for
three seconds to exit any menu, at any time.
Custom Setup of PGMs
1.
Press ok.
Page 12
Activation Type
ok
back
5.
Enter the PGM options for
output 1.
[0341] PGM
(********)
System Setup: Outputs (PGMs)
6.
7.
Enter the PGM delay for
output 1.
If desired, add another
output.
[0361]
PGM
(000)
Programming Sequence
1.
Press menu.
Another Output?
yes
no
back
NOTE: Outputs (PGMs) 1 to 8
correspond to the following programming sections:
•
[0321] to [0328]: PGM activation/deactivation events
•
[0341] to [0348]: PGM options
•
[0361] to [0368]: PGM delays
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
Select 04-Keypads submenu, then press ok.
04-Keypads
ok
next
exit
4.
4. Keypads
Add Keypad
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 04-Keypads
5.
•
•
Add Keypad
(max. 4)
Record Voice Tag
(max. 3 seconds)
•
•
menu
2.
For more information on PGM programming, refer to the
MG6250 Section Programming Guide.
Menu Summary
13:11

Select a keypad to add,
then press ok.
[0000]
exit
Add Keypad1
ok
next
exit
Enter Keypad Name
(max. 16 characters)
Compatible Keypads
(K32RF, K37)
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Page 13
6.
Press and hold PG1 and
BYP on keypad (see a), or
enter its serial number,
then press ok (see b).
Once completed, the
keypad’s serial number
will be registered.
Hold PG1+Byp Key
back
12. Repeat steps 5 to 11 to
add other keypads
(max. 4).
(b)
Compatible Keypads
(a)
Serial # [065117]
ok clear back
Record Voice Tag
7.
Press ok.
8.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
9.
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
Please Record
after the Tone
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
Another Keypad?
yes
no
back
K32RF 32-Zone, Wireless
LED Keypad
The K32RF is compatible with
the MG6250. For detailed
information on the K32RF, visit
us at paradox.com>Magellan.
K37 32-Zone, Wireless, Fixed
LCD Keypad
The K37 is also compatible
with the MG6250. For detailed
information on the K37, visit
us at paradox.com>Magellan.
Enter Keypad Name
10. Press ok.
Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
11. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Name: Keypad 01
ok
clear back
Page 14
System Setup: Keypads
5. Repeaters
Add Repeater
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 05-Repeaters
5.
Select a repeater to add,
then press ok.
Add Repeater1
ok
next
exit
6.
Press Learn button on
repeater (see a), or enter
its serial number, then
press ok (see b). Once
completed, the repeater’s
serial number will be
registered.
(a)
Menu Summary
•
•
•
•
Add Repeater (max. 4)
Record Voice Tag
(max. 3 seconds)
Enter Repeater Name
(max. 16 characters)
Select Zones
•
•
Select Outputs
Select Keypads
•
Compatible Receivers
(RPT1)
Programming Sequence
1.
(b)
Serial # [036114]
ok clear back
Record Voice Tag
Press menu.
13:11

7.
Press ok.
menu
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
8.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
[0000]
9.
clear
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Select 05-Repeaters submenu, then press ok.
05-Repeaters
ok
next
exit
4.
Press Learn Btn
back
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
exit
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
Please Record
after the Tone
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
Page 15
Enter Repeater Name
10. Press ok.
Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
11. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Name: Repeater01
ok
clear back
15. Press yes to select all
outputs, or no to select
individual outputs (1 to
8).
All Outputs?
yes
no
back
NOTE: If no outputs are programmed, No Output Prog. will
appear on-screen.
Select Keypads
Select Zones
12. Press ok.
13. Press yes to select all
zones, or no to select
individual zones (1 to 64).
16. Press ok.
Select Keypad?
ok
next back
17. Press yes to select all
keypads, or no to select
individual keypads
(1 to 4).
All Keypads?
yes
no
back
Select Zone?
ok
next back
All Zones?
yes
no
back
NOTE: If no zones are programmed, No Zone Prog. will appear
on-screen.
NOTE: If no keypads are programmed, No Keypad Prog. will
appear on-screen.
Select Outputs
18. Press ok to save the
profile, or next to reselect
zones, outputs, and
keypads.
14. Press ok.
Page 16
Select Output?
ok
next back
Save Profile?
ok
next back
System Setup: Repeaters
19. Repeat steps 5 to 18 to
add other repeaters
(max. 4).
AnotherRepeater?
yes
no
back
Programming Sequence
1.
Press menu.
13:11

menu
Compatible Receivers
RPT1 Magellan Wireless
Repeater Module
The RPT1 is compatible with the
MG6250. For detailed information
on the RPT1, visit us at
paradox.com>Magellan>Wireless
Accessories.
6. Sirens
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 06-Sirens
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
exit
Select 06-Sirens submenu, then press ok.
06-Sirens
ok
next
exit
Add Siren1
ok
next
exit
4.
Add Siren
5.
Menu Summary
•
•
Add Siren
(max. 4)
Record Voice Tag
(max. 3 seconds)
•
•
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
[0000]
Select a siren to add, then
press ok.
Enter Siren Name
(max. 16 characters)
Compatible Sirens
(SR150)
Page 17
6.
Press Learn button on
siren (see a), or enter its
serial number, then press
ok (see b). Once
completed, the siren’s
serial number will be
registered.
(a)
Press Learn Btn
back
(b)
Serial # [036251]
ok clear back
Record Voice Tag
7.
Press ok.
8.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
9.
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
Please Record
after the Tone
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
Enter Siren Name
Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
11. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Name: Siren01
ok
clear back
Another Siren?
yes
no
back
Compatible Sirens
SR150 Wireless Siren with Builtin Strobe Light
The SR150 is compatible with the
MG6250. For detailed information
on the SR150, visit us at
paradox.com>Magellan>Wireless
Siren.
7. Doorbells
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 07-Doorbells
Menu Summary
•
•
10. Press ok.
Page 18
12. Repeat steps 5 to 11 to
add other sirens (max. 4).
Add Doorbell
(max. 2)
Record Voice Tag
(max. 3 seconds)
•
•
Enter Doorbell Name
(max. 16 characters)
Select Tone
System Setup: Doorbells
Programming Sequence
1.
2.
3.
4.
NOTE: The MG6250 only supports wireless doorbells.
Press menu.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
Select 07-Doorbells submenu, then press ok.
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menu
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
6.
Select a doorbell to add,
then press ok.
Press Tamper or Learn
on the device, or enter its
serial number, then press
ok (see b). Once
completed, the doorbell’s
serial number will be
registered.
7.
Press ok.
8.
Record tag (max. 3
seconds).
9.
Play, re-record (no), or
save (yes) tag.
Modify Voice Tag
ok
next
back
Please Record
after the Tone
[0000]
clear
exit
07-Doorbells
ok
next
exit
Voice Tag OK?
play
no
yes
Enter Doorbell Name
10. Press ok.
Modify Text Name
ok
next
back
Name: Doorbell01
ok
clear back
(a)
11. Enter a name (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Press Tamper or
back
Select Tone
Add Doorbell
5.
Record Voice Tag
Add Doorbell1
ok
next
exit
(b)
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Serial # [023122]
ok clear back
12. Select one of four
available tones, then
press ok.
Tone: Tonality 4
ok
next
back
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13. Repeat steps 5 to 12 to
add another doorbell
(max. 2).
AnotherDoorBell?
yes
no
back
3.
4.
8. Delays/Tones
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
Select 08-Delays/Tones
sub-menu, then press ok.
08-Delays/Tones
ok
next
exit
[0000]
exit
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 08-Delays/Tones
Set-up Entry Delays
Menu Summary
•
•
•
Set-up Entry Delays
•
(000 to 255 sec.)
Set-up Exit Delay
•
(000 to 255 sec.)
Set-up Bell Cutoff Delay
(000 to 255 min.)
Set-up Bell Squawk
(ON or OFF)
Set-up Pre-Alarm Delay
(000 to 255 sec.)
Press menu.
Press ok.
Entry Delay 1?
ok
next
exit
6.
Enter the delay
(000 to 255 sec.), then
press ok.
Delay: [045]
ok
clear
7.
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
menu
Select one of the
following, then press ok:


2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back





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sec
back
NOTE: The default delay is 045 sec. If left blank, delay is 000.
Programming Sequence
1.
5.
Tone: Tonality 1
ok
next
back
Tonality 1
Tonality 2
Tonality 3
Tonality 4
Nothing (no tone)
Beeping
Countdown
System Setup: Delays/Tones
8.
Repeat steps 5 to 7 for
Entry Delay 2, if desired.
Once complete, press ok
to access Exit Delay.
Entry Delay 2?
ok
next
exit
Press ok.
10. Press ok.
11. Enter the delay
(000 to 255 sec.), then
press ok.

Beeping
Countdown
13. Repeat steps 10 to 12 for
area 2, if desired. Once
complete, press ok to
access Bell Cutoff Delay.
Set-up Exit Delay
9.

Area 2
ok
next
back
Exit Delay?
ok
next
exit
Area 1
ok
next
back
14. Press ok.
Bell Cutoff Del?
ok
next
exit
Delay: [060]
ok
clear
sec
back
15. Press ok.
Area 1
ok
next
back
Delay: [004]
ok
clear
min
back
NOTE: The default delay is 015 sec. If left blank, delay is 000.
Set-up Bell Cutoff Delay
NOTE: The default delay is 060 sec. If left blank, delay is 000.
12. Select one of the
following, then press ok:





Tone: Tonality 1
ok
next
back
Tonality 1
Tonality 2
Tonality 3
Tonality 4
Nothing (no tone)
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
16. Enter the delay
(000 to 255 min.), then
press ok.
NOTE: The default delay is 004 min. If left blank, delay is 000.
17. Repeat steps 15 and 16
for area 2, if desired. Once
complete, press ok to
access Bell Squawk.
Area 2
ok
next
back
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Programming Sequence
Set-up Bell Squawk
18. Press ok.
19. Choose whether to turn
the bell squawk on or off
(default is off ).
Bell Squawk?
ok
next
exit
1.
Feature off
ok
on
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
Select 09-Communicator
sub-menu, then press ok.
09-Communicator
ok
next
exit
back
Set-up Pre-Alarm Delay
20. Press ok.
21. Enter the delay
(000 to 255 sec.), then
press ok.
Pre-Alarm Delay?
ok
next
exit
Delay: [015]
ok
clear
sec
back
4.
Press menu.
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
menu
[0000]
exit
Set-up User Call List
5.
Press ok.
User Call List
ok
next
back
6.
Press ok.
Add Tel. # 1?
ok
next
back
7.
Enter a telephone
number, then press ok.
Tel#1: 555555555
ok pause back
9. Communicator
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 09-Communicator
Menu Summary
•
•
•
Set-up User Call List
(max. 8 phone numbers)
Set-up SIM Cards (max. 2)
Account Setup: Areas
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•
•
•
Account Setup: GSM/
Land Tel #
Account Setup: GPRS
Set-up GPRS Receivers
System Setup: Communicator
NOTE: Pressing pause inserts a four-second pause, before the
subsequent numbers are dialed.
11. Press edit.
Zone Alarm? yes
edit next back
8.
12. Choose whether to report
zone alarms, then press
next. If yes, go to step 13;
if no, go to step 14.
Zone Alarm? yes
no
next back
9.
Choose whether you’d
like the console to place a
voice call when reporting
system events, then press
next.
Voice Call?
no
next
yes
back
If a GPRS module is
Send SMS?
yes
connected, choose
no
next back
whether you’d like the
console to send an SMS text message when reporting
system events, then press next. This screen appears only if
a GPRS module is connected.
NOTE: If no zones are programmed in the selected area, No
Zone on Area # will appear on-screen.
13. Press yes to report zone
alarms from all zones, or
no to select individual
zones (1 to 64).
All Zones?
yes
no
back
NOTE: If no is chosen in step 8, and a GPRS module is not
connected (or no chosen in step 9, if one is connected), you will
be redirected to step 6 (adding additional telephone numbers).
14. Press edit.
Panics?
edit next
yes
back
10. Press edit to select the
area from which alarm
notifications will be sent,
then press next.
15. Choose whether to report
panics, then press next.
Panics?
no
next
yes
back
16. Press edit.
Disarming?
edit next
yes
back
Select Area? 1&2
edit next back
NOTE: The Select Area screen only appears in a partitioned
system.
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
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17. Choose whether to report Disarming?
yes
when a user disarms the
no
next back
area selected in step 10,
then press next. If yes, go to step 18; if no, go to step 19.
NOTE: If no users are programmed in the selected area, No User
on Area # will appear on-screen.
Battery trouble
22. Repeat steps 6 to 21 to
add other telephone
numbers (max. 8).
All Users?
yes
no
19. Press edit.
Trouble?
edit next
yes
back
20. Choose whether to report
troubles, then press next.
If yes, go to step 21; if no,
go to End of List.
Trouble?
no
next
yes
back
21. Press yes to report all
troubles, or no to select
the following troubles
individually:
All Trouble?
yes
no
back
back
Another Tel #?
yes
no
back
Set-up SIM Cards
23. Press ok.
18. Press yes to report area
disarming from all users,
or no to select individual
users (1 to 32).
•
•
SIM Card # 1
ok
next
back
24. Press ok.
Provider Name
ok
next
back
25. Enter the SIM card
provider’s name (max. 32
characters), then press
ok.
Name: Xxxxxx
ok
next
back
26. Press view.
SIM Tel #
view next
27. The telephone number
provided by SIM card is
read-only. Press ok.
back
Tel#: 5555555555
ok
back
AC trouble
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System Setup: Communicator
28. Press ok.
APN Settings
ok
next
back
34. Press ok.
29. Enter the APN (Access
Point Name; max. 32
characters), then press
ok.
Name: Xxxxxx
ok
clear back
35. Enter the console’s IP port
number, then press ok.
Port: [10000]
ok
clear back
30. Enter an APN user name
(max. 32 characters), then
press ok.
36. Press exit to quit, or next
to go to SIM Card # 2.
End of List
next
exit
User: User X
ok
clear back
37. Repeat steps 23 to 36 for
SIM card 2.
SIM Card # 2
ok
next
back
31. Enter a user-specific APN
password (max. 32
characters), then press
ok.
Psw: password
ok
clear back
32. Press view.
IP Address
view next
33. The IP address provided
by SIM card is read-only.
Press ok.
back
Account Setup: Areas
38. Press ok.
Account Setup
ok
next
back
39. Press ok.
Account #
ok
next
back
000.000.000.000
ok
back
IP Port
ok
clear
40. Enter a four-digit
personal identification
number for area 1, then
press ok.
back
Area 1 #: A3A3
ok
clear back
41. Repeat step 40 for area 2.
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
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Account Setup: GSM/Land Tel #
Account Setup: GPRS
42. Press ok.
GSM/Land Tel #
ok
next
back
46. Press ok.
GPRS Setting
ok
next
back
43. Select LAND or GSM as
the primary
communication channel,
then press next.
Primary:
GSM next
47. Press ok.
GPRS Profile
ok
next
back
Profile: [55]
ok
clear
back
Receiver # 1
ok
next
back
LAND
back
NOTE: The screen in step 43 only appears if a GPRS module is
detected. In addition, remote access is applicable only to the
primary communication channel.
44. Enter your GSM or
landline phone number.
Tel#1: 555555555
ok pause back
48. Enter a two-digit GPRS
profile number, then
press ok.
Set-up GPRS Receivers
49. Press ok.
NOTE: Pressing pause inserts a four-second pause, before the
subsequent numbers are dialed.
50. Press ok.
WAN 1 Address
ok
next
back
45. If desired, add a
secondary telephone
number, then press ok.
51. Enter your WAN (Wide
Area Network) 1 IP
address, then press ok.
000.000.000.000
ok
clear back
52. Enter your receiver’s IP
port number, then press
ok.
Port: [10000]
ok
clear back
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Add Tel. # 2?
yes
no
back
System Setup: Communicator
53. Repeat steps 50 to 52 for
WAN 2.
WAN 2 Address
ok
next
back
54. Press ok.
GPRS Password
ok
next
back
55. Enter a personal, six-digit
GPRS password, then
press ok.
Psw: 123456
ok
clear back
56. Press ok. During the GPRS
registration process, the
IP address and port status
will appear on-screen.
View Status
ok
next
back
57. Press ok.
Registration OK
ok
58. Repeat steps 49 to 57 for
receiver 2, if applicable.
Receiver # 2
ok
next
back
10. Installer ID
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 10-Installer ID
Menu Summary
•
•
Modify Installer Code •
(must be 4 digits)
Modify Maintenance •
Code (must be 4 digits)
Set-up CallBack PC Telephone
Number (max. 32 digits)
Set-up Service Telephone
Number (max. 32 digits)
Difference between Installer and Maintenance
Codes
The installer code (default: 0000) grants access to all of the
console’s programmable features and options. The
maintenance code (no default) also grants access to all of the
console’s programmable features and options, except for its
communication settings and Installer ID section. In addition,
the maintenance code can be modified using the installer
code, however, the installer code cannot be modified using the
maintenance code. Both the installer and maintenance codes
can be four or six digits long, where each digit is a value from 0
to 9 (inclusive).
NOTE: To modify the length of the installer or maintenance
codes, refer to the MG6250 Section Programming Guide. By
default, these codes are four digits in length.
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
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Programming Sequence
1.
Press menu.
7.
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
menu
8.
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
[0000]
exit
Select 10-Installer ID submenu, then press ok.
6.
Press ok.
Enter desired installer
code (4 digits), then press
ok.
Installer Code
ok
next
exit
Code: [0000]
ok
clear back
NOTE: The default installer code is 0000.
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back
Enter a user-specific
password (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Psw: admin
ok
clear
back
Press ok.
10-Installer ID
ok
next
exit
Modify Installer Code
5.
User: admin
ok
clear
Modify Maintenance Code
9.
4.
Enter the user’s name
(max. 16 characters), then
press ok.
Maintenance Code
ok
next
exit
10. Enter desired
maintenance code (4
digits), then press ok.
Code: [9999]
ok
clear back
11. Enter the user’s name
(max. 16 characters), then
press ok.
User: name
ok
clear
12. Enter a user-specific
password (max. 16
characters), then press
ok.
Psw: password
ok
clear back
back
System Setup: Installer ID
Set-up CallBack PC Telephone Number
13. Press ok.
CallBack PC Tel
ok
next
exit
14. Enter desired telephone
Tel#: 5555555555
number (max. 32 digits),
ok
pause back
then press ok. Pressing
pause inserts a four-second pause, before the subsequent
numbers are dialed.
NOTE: When upgrading its firmware, the MG6250 uses the PC
telephone number to communicate directly with the PC from
which the firmware will be upgraded.
Set-up Service Telephone Number
15. Press ok.
NOTE: The MG6250 communicates directly with installers or
maintenance personnel via the service telephone number. This
feature provides technical support to the user when needed.
11. System Test
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 11-System Test
Menu Summary
•
•
•
Test Signal Strength
Test Reporting
Test Zones
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Test Remotes
Test Hardware
Programming Sequence
1.
Press menu.
Service Tel #
ok
next
exit
16. Enter desired telephone
Tel#: 5555555555
number (max. 32 digits),
pause back
ok
then press ok. Pressing
pause inserts a four-second pause, before the subsequent
numbers are dialed.
•
•
13:11

menu
2.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
3.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
[0000]
exit
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4.
Select 11-System Test
sub-menu, then press ok.
Test Signal Strength
The signal strength indicators outlined in table 2 apply to
zones, outputs, keypads, repeaters, and sirens.
Table 2: Signal strength indicator for wireless transmitters
Signal Strength
transmitters for all zones, outputs, keypads, repeaters, and
sirens.
11-System Test
ok
next
exit
Result
8 to 10
Strong signal
5 to 7
Average signal
1 to 4
Weak signal (relocate)
NOTE: Signal strength will only appear for devices with
wireless transmitters. For instance, if zones 1 and/or 2 are
assigned as hardwired zones, their signal strengths will not
appear. In addition, if no wireless zone is assigned, No Zone
Prog. will appear on-screen – the same applies to outputs,
keypads, repeaters, and sirens. Refer to their respective
sections in this manual for details on how to program these
devices.
Test Reporting
NOTE: For each programmed wireless device, the signal
strength (represented by a numerical value) and resulting
description, will be displayed on-screen.
8.
Press ok.
Test Reporting?
ok
next
exit
5.
Press ok.
Signal Strength
ok
next
exit
9.
Wait for the GPRS test
results, or press cancel to
quit.
GPRS test:
wait
cancel
6.
Press next.
Noise Floor: Low
next
exit
10. Once complete, the GPRS
test result will appear. The
console will then perform
a landline test, followed
by a GSM test.
GPRS test:
OK
7.
Keep pressing next to
view and hear the signal
strengths of your wireless
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Zone 01: Good 10
next
exit
System Setup: System Test
11. After all tests are
complete, press finish.
GSM test:
OK
finish
Test Zones
12. Press ok.
Test Hardware
Test Zones?
ok
next
exit
13. Trigger devices on all
Trig All Zones
zones. The status of each
back
zone will appear
on-screen and its name will sound once activated. Press
finish once all zones are tested.
NOTE: If no zones are programmed, No Zone Prog. will appear
on-screen.
Test Remotes
14. Press ok.
NOTE: If no remotes are programmed, No Remote Prog. will
appear on-screen.
Test Remotes?
ok
next
exit
16. Press ok.
Test Hardware?
The console will check
ok
next
exit
the status of its LEDs,
speaker, siren, AC power, and battery and provide the
results once complete. Follow instructions on-screen to
repair the issues found with any of these components.
17. Press ok.
TX Supervision
ok
next
exit
18. Press next to scroll
through the list of
transmitters, and ok to
view their status.
Repeater 01
ok
next
back
12. StayD Path
15. Press any button on each
of your programmed
remotes. The status of
each remote will appear
on-screen.
Press Any Button
back
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 12-StayD Path
Menu Summary
•
Add Console Path
•
Add Keypad Paths (max. 4)
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Programming Sequence
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press menu.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
8.
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
menu
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
clear
Select 12-StayD Path submenu, then press ok.
12-StayD Path
ok
next
exit
[0000]
exit
Add Console Path
5.
6.
7.
Press ok.
Press ok.
Select a zone as an entry
point, then press ok.
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Add Console Path
ok
next
exit
Add Entry Point
ok
back
Zone 01
ok
next
Press ok to add a second
point.
Add Point 2
ok
next
back
Select a zone as a second
point, then press ok.
Zone 02
ok
next
back
10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 if
you choose to add points
3 and 4, then return to
StayD Path’s initial screen
(see step 4).
Add Point 3
ok
next
back
9.
Add Keypad Paths
11. Press ok.
12-StayD Path
ok
next
exit
12. Select Add Keypad1 Path,
then press ok.
Add Keypad1 Path
ok
next
exit
13. Press ok.
Add Entry Point
ok
back
back
System Setup: StayD Path
14. Select a zone as an entry
point, then press ok.
Zone 02
ok
next
back
NOTE: A zone can only be an
entry point for one type of path – console or keypad. For
instance, if zone 1 was added as an entry point for your console
path, it cannot be assigned as an entry point for any of your
subsequent keypad paths; it can, however, be assigned as a
point in your path.
15. Press ok to add a second
point.
Add Point 2
ok
next
16. Select a zone as a second
point, then press ok.
Zone 01
ok
next
NOTE: For StayD paths (console and keypad paths), only four
points (or zones) can be assigned, i.e., an entry point and three
other points in each respective path. If there are no zones
available for points you wish to assign, No Zone Availabl will
appear on-screen (see Add Zones on page 5 for details on
adding zones). In addition, assigned points can be modified
and paths deleted, in the StayD Path menu.
13. Version Number
Menu > 08-System Setup > Code > 13-Version Num.
back
back
Menu Summary
•
•
•
17. Repeat steps 15 and 16 if
you choose to add points
3 and 4, then return to
the StayD Path’s initial
screen (see step 11).
Add Point 3
ok
next
back
18. Repeat steps 11 to 17 if you wish to add additional keypad
paths (max. 4).
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Main Firmware Version (FW) •
RF Chip Firmware Version •
(RF)
Control Panel Serial Number
(S/N)
Hardware Version (HW)
Engineering Change
Order (ECO)
Programming Sequence
1.
2.
Press menu.
Select 08-System Setup
menu, then press ok.
13:11

menu
08-SYSTEM SETUP
ok
next
back
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3.
4.
Enter your installer code
(default: 0000).
Select 13-Version Num.
sub-menu, then press ok.
Hardware Version (HW)
[0000]
clear
exit
13-Version Num.
ok
next
exit
Main Firmware Version (FW)
5.
FW indicates the main
firmware version.
Press next.
RF indicates the RF chip’s
firmware version. Press
next.
HW indicates the
console’s hardware
version.
Press next.
HW: 0995
next
exit
Engineering Change Order (ECO)
9.
FW: 00.30
next
exit
RF: 02.00
next
exit
RF Chip Firmware Version (RF)
6.
8.
ECO indicates the
console’s latest ECO
number.
Press next to go to End of
List, or exit to quit.
ECO: 0000
next
exit
NOTE: The various version and serial numbers appearing in
steps 5 to 9 may differ from those which appear on the actual
product.
Control Panel Serial Number (S/N)
7.
S/N indicates the control
panel’s serial number.
Press next.
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S/N: 1200022C
next
exit
System Setup: Version Number
Trouble Display
Table 3: Description of trouble messages on the MG6250
Table 3 provides a description of the different troubles
associated with the MG6250. To view troubles on the console,
press . On the wireless keypads compatible with the MG6250
(i.e., K32RF and K37), TBL will illuminate to indicate that the
console has encountered a trouble. Press TBL to view the
trouble. Once pressed, the following occurs: on the K37, the
trouble’s corresponding number will appear on-screen; on the
K32RF, the trouble’s corresponding number key will illuminate.
IP missing module
8
IP trouble
Trouble Group
9
Tamper trouble
Battery trouble
Console battery disconnected
Doorbell 1 or 2 low battery
Any RF module low battery
2
Timer loss
3
Power overload
Console tamper
Any RF module tamper
Fail to communicate with central
10
Communication
trouble
11
RF interference
Fail to communicate with personal
phone number
Fail to communicate with PC
RF interference
Trouble Sub-group
Console low battery
1
IP receiver 1 or 2 supervision lost
IP receiver 1 or 2 unregistered
Table 3: Description of trouble messages on the MG6250
Keypad Key
(K32RF/K37)
IP no service
System Reset
To reset the system to its default factory settings, press and
hold the and # buttons during system power-up, or access
section [9000] when using section-based programming.
*
Console time lost (set time and date)
Console power supply voltage too high
Console power failure
4
Power failure
5
Supervision lost
Any RF module supervision lost
6
Landline TLM
Console landline telephone line
monitoring
7
GSM trouble
Any RF module power failure
GSM missing module
GSM missing SIM card 1 or 2
GSM no service (network loss)
MG6250 • Menu Programming Guide
Demo Mode
Demo mode provides a quick preview of the console’s visual
and audible features. Upon entering demo mode, the console
plays a sequence of these features, such as playing its intro and
greeting, as well as flashing LEDs and sounding tones and
sirens. Demo mode is only accessible via the system master
code (default 1234/123456) and can be accessed as follows:
Menu > 08-System Setup > Enter Code > 12-Demo Mode.
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Notes
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Notes
Notes
Page 37
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Notes
Notes
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Index
A
Access Point Name (APN) ......................................................................... 25
Areas
entering system/site name ...............................................................8
menu summary .....................................................................................7
modifying areas 1 and 2 .....................................................................8
modifying system/site ........................................................................8
recording voice tag ..............................................................................8
C
clock setup ........................................................................................................3
codes
installer default ................................................................................... 27
installer modification ....................................................................... 28
installer vs. maintenance ................................................................ 27
maintenance modification ............................................................. 28
Communicator
GPRS setting in account setup ...................................................... 26
GSM/land setting in account setup ............................................ 26
menu summary .................................................................................. 22
setting-up areas in account setup ............................................... 25
setting-up GPRS receivers .............................................................. 26
setting-up SIM cards ......................................................................... 24
setting-up user call list ..................................................................... 22
D
date
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setting .......................................................................................................3
Delays/Tones
menu summary .................................................................................. 20
setting-up bell cutoff delay ............................................................ 21
setting-up bell squawk .................................................................... 22
setting-up entry delays .................................................................... 20
setting-up exit delay ......................................................................... 21
setting-up pre-alarm delay ............................................................. 22
demo mode ................................................................................................... 35
Doorbells
adding doorbells ................................................................................ 19
entering doorbell name .................................................................. 19
menu summary .................................................................................. 18
recording voice tag ........................................................................... 19
selecting tonality ............................................................................... 19
G
GPRS
see also Communicator
test reporting ...................................................................................... 30
GSM
see also Communicator
test reporting ...................................................................................... 30
I
initial power-up ...............................................................................................3
Installer ID
Index
difference between installer & maintenance codes ............. 27
menu summary .................................................................................. 27
modifying installer code ................................................................. 28
modifying maintenance code ....................................................... 28
setting-up callback PC telephone number .............................. 29
setting-up service telephone number ....................................... 29
K
K32RF ............................................................................................................... 14
K37 .................................................................................................................... 14
Keypads
adding keypads .................................................................................. 13
entering keypad name .................................................................... 14
K32RF 32-Zone, Wireless LED Keypad ........................................ 14
K37 32-Zone, Wireless, Fixed LCD Keypad ............................... 14
menu summary .................................................................................. 13
recording voice tag ........................................................................... 14
M
menu
01-Zones ..................................................................................................5
02-Areas ...................................................................................................7
03-Outputs ..............................................................................................8
04-Keypads .......................................................................................... 13
05-Repeaters ....................................................................................... 15
06-Sirens ............................................................................................... 17
07-Doorbells ........................................................................................ 18
08-Delays/Tones ................................................................................ 20
09-Communicator ............................................................................. 22
10-Installer ID ...................................................................................... 27
Index
11-System Test .................................................................................... 29
12-StayD Path ...................................................................................... 31
13-Version Num. ................................................................................. 33
MG6250
description ..............................................................................................3
initial power-up .....................................................................................3
menu flow ...............................................................................................4
on-board inputs/outputs ............................................................. 5, 9
Section Programming Guide ......................................3, 7, 12, 13
O
Outputs
adding outputs ......................................................................................9
configuring PGM activation/deactivation events .................. 11
custom setup of PGMs ..................................................................... 12
entering output name ..................................................................... 10
event number ..................................................................................... 12
menu summary .....................................................................................8
programming sections .................................................................... 13
recording voice tag ..............................................................................9
setting-up activation types ............................................................ 10
setting-up alarm activation options ........................................... 11
setting-up remote access ....................................................... 10, 11
sub-event number ............................................................................. 12
P
PGM see Outputs
R
Repeaters
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adding repeaters ................................................................................ 15
entering repeater name .................................................................. 16
menu summary .................................................................................. 15
recording voice tag ........................................................................... 15
RPT1 Magellan Wireless Repeater Module ............................... 17
selecting keypads .............................................................................. 16
selecting outputs ............................................................................... 16
selecting zones ................................................................................... 16
RPT1 ................................................................................................................. 17
S
selecting language ........................................................................................3
SIM cards see Communicator
Sirens
adding sirens ....................................................................................... 17
entering siren name ......................................................................... 18
menu summary .................................................................................. 17
recording voice tag ........................................................................... 18
SR150 Wireless Siren with Built-in Strobe Light ..................... 18
SR150 ............................................................................................................... 18
StayD Path
adding console path ......................................................................... 32
adding keypad paths ....................................................................... 32
menu summary .................................................................................. 31
System Test
menu summary .................................................................................. 29
testing hardware ................................................................................ 31
testing remotes .................................................................................. 31
testing reporting ................................................................................ 30
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testing signal strength ..................................................................... 30
testing zones ....................................................................................... 31
T
time
selecting format ....................................................................................3
setting .......................................................................................................3
V
Version Number
control panel serial number (S/N) ................................................ 34
engineering change order (ECO) ................................................. 34
hardware version (HW) .................................................................... 34
main firmware version (FW) ........................................................... 34
menu summary .................................................................................. 33
RF chip firmware version (RF) ........................................................ 34
W
Wide Area Network (WAN) ....................................................................... 26
Z
Zones
adding zones ..........................................................................................5
assigning to areas .................................................................................6
assigning zone type .............................................................................6
entering zone name ............................................................................6
menu summary .....................................................................................5
recording voice tag ..............................................................................6
wireless or hardwired ..........................................................................5
Index
The whole Paradox team wishes you a successful and easy installation. We hope this product performs to your complete satisfaction.
Should you have any questions or comments, please contact us.
For support, please contact your local distributor, or dial 1-800-791-1919 (in North America) or
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