Cooper Security i-on16 Installation guide

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Printed and published in the U.K
Part Number 12214102
24/2/2012
Warning: Mains voltages are present inside control unit. No user
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Contents
1. Introduction .......................................................................... 7
Setting and Unsetting ................................................................ 8
Alarms and Reset .............................................................................. 9
Security Levels ................................................................................. 9
24 Hour Alarms................................................................................. 9
Communications ..................................................................... 10
Controls and Displays .............................................................. 10
Controls: ........................................................................................ 10
Displays ......................................................................................... 11
Users..................................................................................... 12
Types of User ................................................................................. 12
Identifying Users ............................................................................. 13
Access to the System .............................................................. 13
Access Codes .................................................................................. 13
Proximity Tags ................................................................................ 14
Remote Controls ............................................................................. 14
Radio Hold Up Alarms (HUA)............................................................. 15
2. Alarms ................................................................................. 16
Silencing an Alarm .................................................................. 16
If You Cannot Reset the System ........................................................ 18
Accidental Alarms.................................................................... 19
Speech Messages .................................................................... 19
Acknowledging a Speech Message ..................................................... 19
Alerts (or Why is it Beeping?) ................................................... 20
Technical Alarms ............................................................................. 21
3. Setting and Unsetting .......................................................... 22
Setting and Unsetting With a Keypad ......................................... 22
Setting .......................................................................................... 23
If the System Will Not Set ................................................................ 27
Other Reasons Why the System May Not Set ...................................... 28
Unsetting the System Using a Keypad................................................ 29
Using Radio Keypads and Remote Controls. ................................ 30
Using a Radio Keypad ...................................................................... 30
Using a Remote Control ................................................................... 31
4. Administration ..................................................................... 33
Entering and Leaving the Menu ................................................. 33
Editing Text ............................................................................ 34
Omitting Zones ....................................................................... 35
Users..................................................................................... 36
Editing Existing Users ...................................................................... 37
Adding Users .................................................................................. 48
Deleting Users ................................................................................ 50
Viewing the Log ...................................................................... 52
Testing the System ................................................................. 53
Sirens & Sounders ........................................................................... 53
Keypad .......................................................................................... 56
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Walk test ....................................................................................... 57
Outputs ......................................................................................... 59
Remotes ........................................................................................ 61
Radio Hold Up Alarms ...................................................................... 62
Proximity Tags................................................................................ 64
System Configuration .............................................................. 65
Switching the Chime On/Off ............................................................. 65
Setting the Date and Time ............................................................... 66
Programming Outputs ..................................................................... 68
Programming Remote Controls for Users ............................................ 74
Deleting Remote Controls................................................................. 79
Preventing Any Remote From Unsetting the System ............................ 82
Redirecting Speech Messages ........................................................... 83
Turning Outputs On/Off ........................................................... 85
What System Have I Got? ........................................................ 86
Seeing Which Communications Module Is Currently Installed: .............. 86
List of Menu Options ............................................................... 88
Alarm Functions At a Glance .................................................... 89
Setting and Unsetting .............................................................. 89
After an Alarm ........................................................................ 90
To Start a HUA from the Keypad ............................................... 90
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Compliance Statement
The i-on16:
Is suitable for use in systems designed to comply with
PD6662:2010 at Grade 2, and environmental class II.
Is suitable for use in systems designed to comply with the
requirements of EN50131-3 at Grade 2 and environmental
class II.
Complies with the requirements of EN50131-6:2008 at
Grade 2 and environmental class II.
When fitted with the appropriate communicator (see the relevant
Installation Guide) this product is compliant with EN 50136-1. It
allows the alarm transmission system to meet the performance
requirements of EN 50131-1:2006 ATS 2 provided that:
a) It are installed in accordance with the installation
instructions.
b) The connected PSTN is functioning normally.
If the installer selects a non-compliant configuration then
they must remove or adjust compliance labelling
Please Note:
This Guide applies to i-on16 control units with version 4.00
software.
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1. Introduction
The i-on16 is a wireless intruder alarm system intended mainly
for use in domestic and small commercial properties.
The heart of the i-on16 system is the control unit and its keypad.
The control unit contains the main wireless receiver, the power
supply and stand-by battery. The stand-by battery can keep the
alarm system going for up to 12 hours if the mains supply fails.
Connected to the control unit by cable are the keypads. The
keypads each have a two line display to show you status
information, and various keys for operating the system. The
keypads also contain a speaker to give warning tones when the
system is setting or unsetting.
Users identify themselves to the system by keying in access
codes. If they do not wish to use access codes then the keypads
also contain proximity tag readers, allowing users to identify
themselves by means of small electronic tags that they carry with
them.
To protect an area the control unit can operate a range of
detectors. Detectors can be connected to the control unit or
expanders by wires, or communicate to a radio expander using a
small radio transmitter. Figure 1 shows some examples. In
addition to fixed detectors the control unit can also monitor small
portable transmitters that users can employ to start alarms
remotely, for example in the case of a Hold Up Alarm.
(Hold Up Alarms are also known as Panic Alarms.)
When the control unit detects an alarm, it can start an external
sounder/strobe unit by sending the appropriate radio signal. In
addition the control unit can also communicate using a variety of
plug on modules. Some modules also provides speech recording
and playback facilities so that the system can send recorded
speech messages to pre-programmed telephone numbers.
The control unit and expanders also provide sets of connectors for
outputs, which the installer can use to link the control unit to
siren/strobe units or other equipment.
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1
2
3
A
B
1. Two button Hold Up Alarm with
tilt switch.
2. Two button Hold Up Alarm.
4
5
3. Four button remote control.
4. Keypad.
5. Wireless arming station.
6
6. Door Contact/Universal
Transmitter.
7
8
7. Smoke Detector.
8. Passive Infra Red.
9
9. External siren/strobe.
Figure 1. Peripherals
A complete i-on16 system comprises a control unit and up to:
16 fixed wireless alarm detectors
One external siren/strobe unit
16 portable four button remote controls
16 portable hold up alarm buttons
16 users.
Each user can be assigned one portable four-button remote
control and/or one two-button hold up alarm.
Setting and Unsetting
The majority of alarm systems are intended to detect the
movements of people, and to notify others when people move
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into protected areas. Readying the system to start an alarm when
someone moves into a protected area is called “setting” the
system. Disarming the system so that people can move freely is
called “unsetting” the system.
Alarms and Reset
When the system starts an alarm it usually includes activating
sounders and strobes and sending messages to an Alarm
Receiving Centre (ARC). The ARC may then call the police or
other security service to come and investigate the alarm.
Before you can set the system again you must silence the
sounders and then “reset” the system so that it is ready for
setting again (see page 16 for instructions). Please note that your
Installer may have programmed your system so that although
you can silence the sounders, you cannot reset the system
yourself, but have to call the Installer to come and do it for you.
Security Levels
The installer can program the control unit to provide four levels of
security: Full Set and three different Part Sets. Any user can put
the alarm system into any of the security levels. Each security
level is a collection of one or more detectors that monitors a
different area. The highest security level is called Full Set, and
includes all the detectors. There are three other security levels
called Part Set B, C and D. For example, in a small shop Full Set
might monitor the whole premises, while Part Set B might
monitor just the store room and rear doors.
24 Hour Alarms
The control unit can also monitor detectors that are nothing to do
with the movements of people: fire and smoke detectors, flood
sensors, Hold Up Alarm buttons, or monitors for machinery (for
example freezers). These are collectively known as “24-hour
alarms” because they can cause an alarm 24 hours a day: it does
not matter whether a user has set or unset the system.
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Communications
Your system may be fitted with a communication module that
allows the control unit to send alarm information over the
telephone network.
Controls and Displays
Figure 2 shows the controls and displays available on the keypad.
1. LCD display .
1
2. Programming keys.
2
3. Navigation key
7 4. Setting and
3
unsetting keys.
5. Hold Up Alarm (HUA)
keys.
66. Alpha/numeric keys.
4
5
7. Set/Unset status
LEDs.
Figure 2. Controls and Displays
Controls:
A
Full Sets the system. (All detectors in use.)
B, C
Part Set the system. (Some of the detectors in use.)
and D
Unsets the system.

In menus: scroll up. In text editing: move cursor left

In menus: scroll down. In text editing: move cursor right.

If the bottom line of the display shows a “>” at the right then
pressing this key selects the submenu named on that line.
If the bottom line of the display shows “On” “Off” “Yes”
“No” “I” (for include) “O” (for omit) then pressing this key
changes the value to its opposite.
When editing names moves the cursor to the right.
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
Deletes characters when editing names.

Press this key to confirm a decision and save any changes.

a) Moves the display to a higher level of the menu.
b) Press this key to abandon your decision when the
display shows “Are you sure Y/N?”
Press this key to gain access to the Menu.
1 to 0, Used to key in access codes. Can also be used to key in
*, # text for names, and telephone numbers.
#
Used when keying in text: press to change between
capitals or small letters.
Press both these keys at the same time to start a Hold Up
Alarm. (The Installer must enable this feature.)
Displays
The LCD display shows messages and prompts to help guide you
through setting, unsetting, resetting and programming the
system.
When the system is idle (either while
set or unset) the display shows the
“standby screen”, comprising the time
and date:


(The top line of the display may show the
installer‟s name instead of “i-on160”.)


To draw your attention to special events
the rim of the navigation key glows red.
The four LEDs on the right of the
programming keys show you whether
the system is set or unset: The left hand
LED glows when the system is full set,
the other LEDs glow when the system is
in one of the part set states.
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Note that the installer can disable these LEDs in order to hide the
state of the system (to comply with EN50131). Alternatively, the
installer may have programmed the LEDs to glow for 30s
immediately after setting, and then to go out.
Detectors or Zones?
When talking about alarm systems, people tend to use the words
“detectors” and “zones” interchangeably. Most of the time this
doesn‟t matter, but occasionally it can cause some confusion. In
this book a “detector” is a physical piece of equipment that
signals some event. A “zone” is how the keypad reports the
location of the detector.
Users
Types of User
The control unit provides for seven different types of user:
Master User This user can add other users to the system, edit
them, or remove them. There is always (at least) one master
user: User 001. Master users can create all other user types,
including other master users. No user can remove User 001 or
change their type.
Normal User This user cannot add or delete other users. A
normal user can change their own access code, switch the Chime
function on and off, and operate any outputs that the installer has
made available.
Guard A guard can only unset a partition in alarm, reset it, and
then set the partition again. A guard cannot change their access
code.
Set Only This type of user can set the system, but cannot unset
the system. A set only user cannot change their access code.
Duress Code A duress code is similar to a Normal User, but
whenever a user sets or unsets the system with a duress code
the control unit notifies the alarm receiving centre. The Installer
must program your system to provide this feature, and you must
agree with your alarm installer and the ARC what action the ARC
should take on receiving a duress message.
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For details on how to add and remove users see page 36 .
Identifying Users
The control unit identifies each user internally by a unique
number in the range 001 to 016. When a Master User adds or
edits other users the keypad shows user numbers as “User nnn”,
for example “User 001” or “User 015”.
To help Master Users identify other users the control unit allows
each user to have a 12 character name. The Master User keys in
the name when adding the user to the system. If a user has a
name on the system, then the control unit shows that name on
the keypad when the Master User is looking at the log. If the user
does not have a name, then the keypad shows the user number
instead.
There are also some “special” users with numbers above 16 – see
page 52.
Note that the User number is not the same as the access code,
see below.
Access to the System
To operate the system a user must identify themselves, either by
entering an access code on the keypad or by presenting a
proximity tag to the front of the keypad (see page 14).
Access code and proximity tag act as unique identifiers for each
user, and may be used interchangeably at any time.
Access Codes
Access codes are four digits long, providing a total of 10,000
different codes, running from “0000” to “9999”. When delivered
from the factory the control unit recognises just one user, and
this user has Master User privileges (see page 12).
The Master User‟s default access code is “1234”. By default the
Master User does not have any tag or other device registered to
their account.
Cooper Security Limited recommend that you change the
default access code as soon as possible (see page 37).
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Codes 0000 to 9999 are available but Cooper Security Limited
recommends that you avoid easily memorised codes such a 0000,
9999 or 4321.
The installer has their own access code which they cannot use to
set or unset the alarm system. Neither can they use that code to
change details of other users registered to the system. Similarly,
the Master User code has no access to any installer programming
menus.
Proximity Tags
A proximity tag is a small plastic token with a low powered radio
transmitter inside. Each tag contains a unique identity code.
(There are 4,294,967,296 (232) different tag identity codes.)
Inside the keypad is a sensor. When you present the tag within
about 10mm of the front of the keypad, the control unit senses
the presence of the tag and reads its identity code.
If a user presents a tag that the control unit recognises then the
control unit allows the user to access the system in the same way
as if they had keyed in a recognised access code.
Code Lockout
If a user has problems remembering their code, or has acquired
an unrecognised tag, they may try keying in their code or
presenting the tag several times. If this happens 10 times in a
row then the control unit locks all keypads for 90 seconds. Once
the 90 seconds is finished then the keypads will allow users to try
once again. If the user gets it wrong again then the keypad will
lock them out for a further 90s. Note that the system will log the
fact that someone has locked the keypads in this way by
recording “Excess keys”.
Remote Controls
A remote control is a transmitter that you can attach to a key
ring. The remote control has four buttons and a small LED that
glows when it transmits a signal. Note that the user must hold a
button down for at least two seconds to ensure a transmission.
When delivered from the factory three of the buttons are
dedicated to setting or unsetting the system (see Figure 3).
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3.
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Full Set.
Part Set.
(Programmable, see page 74.)
Unset.
Transmit LED.
A
B
Figure 3. Remote control Buttons.
Each remote control has a unique electronic identity. When you assign
a remote control to a user you teach the identity to the control unit.
You may assign one (and only one) remote control to each user.
Radio Hold Up Alarms (HUA)
A radio HUA is a two button transmitter, used to start a Hold Up
Alarm. (Hold Up Alarms used to be known as Panic Alarms.) To
activate the transmitter you must press both buttons at the same
time. On some models a third button acts as a lock so that you
can prevent the HUA going off when carrying it in your pocket.
Lock
HUA
Figure 4. HUA Buttons
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The table below shows the different kinds of alarms possible.
Type of
Alarm
Intruder
Signal
(see note)
Started by:
Loud warbling
tone from
siren.
Normal alarm or entry route zone
activated when system is set.
Fire
Pulsing tone
from siren.
Fire zone activated at any time.
Hold Up
Loud warbling
tone from
siren
HUA zone or radio Hold Up Alarm
transmitter activated at any time.
24 hour zone activated at any time.
Pressed on keypad.
(The installer must enable this
feature on your system.)
Technical
Quiet beeping
once per
second from
keypads.
Technical alarm zone activated at
any time.
Fault
Quiet beeping
once per
second from
keypads.
A system fault detected by the
control unit, for example, mains
failure, or communications line fault.
See page 20.
Silencing an Alarm
In an alarm the sirens run for a limited time set by the installer (a
maximum 15 minutes for intruder and Hold Up Alarms).
If you return to the system while the sirens are running you can
silence the siren as follows:
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1.
Make sure it is safe to
enter the premises:
2.
Either key in your access
code
OR present your proximity
tag.
The bottom line of the display
shows the first zone to alarm.
3.
4.
Press  or  to see the name
of the zone (if the installer has
programmed one), for
example:
Press  to reset the system.
The system returns to
standby, and is ready to set
again. (The top line may show
the installer‟s name.)









Notes:
1.
The control unit logs the alarm information.
You can reset the system (step 4 above)
without losing information about the cause of
the alarm. See page 52 for instructions on
how to read the log.
2.
The alarm system may be connected to a
communications network, and send alarm
messages to one or more alarm receiving
centres. If the alarm started by accident,
phone the relevant centres and tell them.
If you return to the control unit
after the sirens have stopped and
key in your access code then the
red LEDs around the navigation
keys glow to tell you that an alarm
has occurred.
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Press  or  to see the name of
the zone (if the installer has
programmed one), for example:


Press  to restore the display to
normal.


If you wish to see any other zones that were triggered during the
alarm, look in the log (see page 52).
If You Cannot Reset the System
Your system may be programmed so that it has to be reset by an
installer after an alarm.
If the top line of the
display shows:


Then contact your alarm
installer.
The installer will either come to your site and reset the system
for you, or, if the system has a suitable communicator fitted,
send a signal to the control unit to allow you to reset the
system.
Remote Reset (aka Anti-Code Reset)
The installer may have programmed your system so that they can
give you a special code to reset the alarm system.
The screen will tell you where the
alarm occurred, for example:


It will also show a message asking
you to call the alarm company, for
example:


The number displayed on the bottom line is a special code
(“4321” is just an example). Note this code down, you will need it
when you talk to the alarm company.
Press  to clear the message and the display returns to normal.
Call your alarm company and tell them that an alarm has
occurred.
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When you talk to the alarm company, they will ask about the
circumstances of the alarm, and also for the code you recorded
from the display. If the alarm company decides that an engineer
does not need to visit you, then they will give you another four
digit code (the “anti-code”).
Key in the anti-code at the keypad. The system will reset, and
you can carry on using it as before.
Accidental Alarms
Your Installer may have programmed your alarm system so that
if you set off an alarm accidentally then you have a short time
(usually 90 seconds) to cancel the alarm. Go immediately to a
keypad and key in your access code. If you do this within the
time limit then the alarm system will send an “Alarm Abort”
message to the alarm receiving centre.
Ask your Installer how much time they have programmed to allow
you to cancel an alarm.
Speech Messages
Note: This facility requires fitting a communications module to
your alarm system, ask your installer for more details.
As well as making an audible signal, the installer can program the
control unit to send pre-recorded voice messages over the
telephone network. These messages can go to a person
nominated to monitor alarm calls.
Each message has two parts: a Home section that identifies your
system, and an alarm section that gives the nature of the alarm.
The control unit may be programmed to send the speech
message to several telephone numbers.
Acknowledging a Speech Message
If the control unit has Call Acknowledge enabled (ask your
installer), then the person receiving speech messages from the
alarm system can control the link by pressing buttons on their
telephone key pad. The commands available are:
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Function
End this call (and let the control unit contact the
other destinations for this alarm)
Play „Home‟ and „alarm‟ message again
Clear down (and do not call any of the other
destinations for this alarm).
Key
„5‟
„3‟
„9‟
Note: When the called party answers a speech dialler call there is
a six second delay before the control unit starts playing the
home message.
Alerts (or Why is it Beeping?)
From time to time the control unit may detect that there is a
problem with the system. It will try to inform you of this by
starting an alert. During an alert the rim of the navigation pad
glows red, and the keypad will give a short “beep” every few
seconds.
To see the cause of the alert:
1.
Make sure the system is unset
and that the keypad display
shows the standby screen.
2.
Press  .
The display asks you to key in
an access code.
3.


Key in a user access code (or
present your proximity tag).
The bottom line of the display
shows a message describing
the most recent active alert,
for example:
4.




Either:
Press  to acknowledge that
you have read the alert.
The system will show you any
other alerts that may be
active. If there are no other
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alerts the keypad will return to
its‟ standby screen and, after
a few seconds, the rim of the
navigation pad will glow
green. In addition the keypad
will stop beeping.
OR: Press . The rim of the
navigation pad will stay red and
the system will show the text of
the alert the next time you key in
an access code. (The keypad will
stop beeping.)
Note: 1. The system will not alert you to short (less than 10s)
interruptions of mains power. If the cause of an alert goes
away, then the system will remove the Alert message.
2. The system records all alerts in the log, with the time
when you acknowledged them.
If you wish to set the system while a fault is present please go to
page 27.
Technical Alarms
Your alarm system may be fitted with a “technical alarm” zone.
This type of alarm is NOT designed to alert you of a fire, burglary
or personal attack but can be used, for example, to monitor the
temperature of freezers, or the health of other equipment.
When a technical alarm occurs the control unit makes the rim of
the navigation pad glow red, and the keypad will give a short
“beep” every few seconds, exactly as for an Alert.
You can silence the beeping tone by following steps 1 to 4 on
page 20. When you key in your access code the bottom line of
the display will show, for example “Tech Z016 Alarm” to indicate
that the cause of the beeping is a technical alarm. (Press  or 
to see the zone name, if one has been programmed.)
Note that if the technical zone detector is still active when you try
to reset the system then the keypad will show the message
“RESET FAULTS”. You must make sure that the detector is not
active before you can reset a technical alarm.
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3. Setting and Unsetting
There are two main ways of setting and unsetting your alarm
system: either from a keypad or from a remote control. This
chapter is split into two halves, dealing with each of those
methods in turn.
In case you are not familiar with some of the terms used in this
book:
“Full Set” means that all the detectors in the system are
being monitored. If there is any activity on any detector then
the system will start an alarm.
“Part Set” means that the system is monitoring some
detectors but not others. The installer selects those detectors
that should be monitored during a Part Set.
Setting and Unsetting With a Keypad
When setting the system with a keypad, the process is divided
into three steps: starting the setting procedure, selecting what
you want to set, and completing the procedure. Starting the
procedure always requires you to identify yourself to the system,
either by keying in an access code or by presenting a tag (but,
you may be able to use Quick Set, see below). You then have to
chose what portion of the system you want to set. To complete
the setting procedure your Installer will have chosen one of the
following methods for you: letting a timer expire, closing the final
door, pressing a special button, or closing a lock on the final door.
Consult your Installer about which method is best for your
system.
When unsetting the system with a keypad, the process is divided
into two steps: triggering the entry procedure, usually by opening
a door, and then identifying yourself at a keypad with either an
access code or by presenting a proximity tag.
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Setting
1. Starting to Set
Do this:
The display shows:
a.


Make sure the system is idle.
Secure all the windows and
doors.
(The top line may show the
installer‟s name.)
b.
Either key in your access
code.


As you key in your code the
display shows a “*” for each
digit.
OR present your tag.
Quick Set:
In a part setting system, quick set removes the need to use an
access code or tag to start setting. The installer must enable this
facility for you. (Note that in order to make the alarm system
comply with certain regulations the installer may not be allowed
to provide this facility.)
Do this:
The display shows:
a.


Press A, B, C or D.
The system starts the exit
process, there is no need to
select what to set. Go to: 3.
Finishing Setting.
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2. Selecting What to Set:
Do this:
a.
The display shows:
The bottom line of the display
shows the first item in the
setting options menu.


↕
Press  or  to select the
option you want.


↕
The bottom line of the display
shows each item from the
rest of the menu in turn.
3. Finishing Setting
Depending on how your installer has programmed your system,
you will need to take one of the following actions to complete
setting the system. Note that you will need a special button fitted
in order to use Exit Terminate Set, and a special lock fitted to use
Lock Set.
Instant Set/Silent Set:
Note: Make sure you are outside
the protected area before
taking the next step.
a.
Press .
The keypads give a double
“beep” and the system sets
immediately.
(If your system is
programmed for silent set
then the keypads remain
silent.)
Timed Exit:
a.
Press .
The keypad sounds the exit
tone (a continuous tone). The
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top line of the display shows
the part of the system being
set, the bottom line shows
the remaining exit time (in
seconds).
b.
Leave by the designated exit
door.
Remember to close the door.
At the end of the exit time
the system sets.


Exit Terminate Button:
a.
Press .
The keypad sounds the exit
tone. The top line of the
display shows the part of the
system being set, the bottom
line shows “Exit Terminate”.
b.


Leave by the designated exit
door.
Remember to close the
door.
c.
Press the Exit Terminate
Button.
The system sets.


Final Door Set:
a.
Press .
The keypad sounds the exit
tone (an interrupted tone if
the final exit door is open, a
continuous tone if the exit


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door is closed). The top line
of the display shows the part
of the system being set, the
bottom line shows “Final Door
Set”.
b.
Leave by the designated exit
door.
c.
Close the door.
The system sets.


Lock Set:
a.
Press .
The keypad sounds the exit
tone (an interrupted tone if
the final exit door is open, a
continuous tone if the exit
door is closed). The top line
of the display shows the part
of the system being set, the
bottom line shows “Lock Set”.
b.
Leave by the designated exit
door.
c.
Close the door.
d.
Lock the door.
The system sets.




How Do I Know The System Is Set?
When the system sets the keypad
briefly shows:


(The keypad may show the name
of the installer instead.)


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One of four LEDs glows to show
which part of the system is set.
Note: The installer may have
disabled the LEDs to ensure
that the alarm system
meets the appropriate
standards.
In addition, the installer may have
programmed the system to briefly
flash the strobe light on the
external sounder when the system
sets.
Changing Your Mind
If you want to stop setting
then press (unset key).
If the System Will Not Set
Normally, the system will set only when all the detectors are
“quiet”, that is: not reporting any activity.
If you have the final exit door open, or if you trigger one of the
detectors on your exit route, then the keypad and internal
sounder will give an interrupted setting tone (this is normal).
Make sure that you close all the doors on your exit route and the
final exit door as you leave. The interrupted tone will change to a
continuous exit tone, and the system will set normally.
If you try to set when one or more detectors NOT on your exit
route are still active then the display shows the words “SETTING
FAULTS”. The bottom line of the display tells you which zone is
active, for example see Figure 5.
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SETTING FAULTS
Z041 Back door
Figure 5. Keypad Display Showing Active Zone
Investigate the zone listed on the display and see if you can
rectify the fault. If your system has been programmed to then
you can “omit” the affect zone beforehand (see page 35 for
instructions on how to omit zones before setting the system).
Other Reasons Why the System May Not
Set
There are several other events that can show fault warnings on
the keypad and prevent your system from setting. Your Installer
may have programmed your system allow you to override the
fault warnings and continue setting. Alternatively, you may need
to call the Installer to rectify the fault first.
The table below shows the keypad message for each fault, what
the message means, and who can override the fault.
Message
Meaning
Override by:

A HUA device is still active
Installer

A part of the system has
been tampered with.
Installer

An expander or keypad has Installer
a fault, or the cabling
between parts of the
system has a fault.

The AC supply has stopped User
for more than 10 seconds.
The

or

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back-up battery has a
problem.
User or
Installer1
Part of the communication
system has a problem.
User or
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Message
Meaning

The system has detected a User
fault not covered by the
above categories.
1
Override by:
Your system may be programmed so that only the Installer
can override this fault.
Unsetting the System Using a Keypad
When unsetting the system do not stray from the entry route
designated by the installer. If you do so then you will cause an
alarm.
Start the Entry Procedure
Do this:
1. Enter by the designated entry
door or route.
Go directly to the keypad.
The display shows:


The keypad sounds the entry
tone (an interrupted tone).
The system starts the entry
timer.
Identify Yourself
2.
Either key in your access code
As you key in your code the
display shows a “*” for each
digit.


OR present your tag.
How Do I Know The System Is Unset?
The keypad stops the entry
tone. The system is unset.
The keypad display shows:


followed by:


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LEDs “A” to “D” should be
dark, showing that the
system is unset.
Note: The installer may have
disabled the LEDs to ensure
that the alarm system
meets the appropriate
standards.
Using Radio Keypads and Remote
Controls.
Using a Radio Keypad
Setting
Secure all your windows and doors. Make sure the system is idle,
and that you can hear the warning tones from the sounders.
1.
Key in a valid access code.
2.
Press either A, B, C or D to set the portion of system that
you require.
(If you wish to stop setting while the exit tone sounds, then
press .)
The left hand LED glows to show that the keypad is
transmitting.
3.
Complete setting using the method programmed by the
Installer (see “3. Finishing Setting” on page 24).
Unsetting
1.
Enter by the designated entry door.
2.
Key in a valid access code.
3.
Press
.
Silencing an Alarm
1.
Key in a valid access code.
2.
Press .
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Using a Proximity Tag With a Radio Keypad
If you wish to use a Proximity Tag with the radio keypad in place
of an access code, then hold the tag up against the proximity tag
sensor (see Figure 6).
The keypad glows blue and gives a “click” to show that it has
recognised the tag.
Proximity tag sensor
“Transmit” LED
Figure 6. Radio Keypad
Note: The radio keypad does not show the status of the alarm
system at all. The left hand “Transmit” LED glows only to
show that the keypad is sending a command to the control
unit.
Using a Remote Control
Setting
Note: You must ask your Master User to provide a suitably
programmed remote control, see page 74.
Secure all your windows and doors.
Make sure the system is idle, and that you can hear the warning
tones from the sounders.
1.
Press the appropriate button on the remote control, either
full set (A) or part set (B) (see Figure 7).
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Transmit LED
Full Set
Part Set
A
B
(Programmable)
Unset
Figure 7. Remote Control Button Functions.
The keypad sounds the exit warning tone.
2.
Complete setting using the method programmed by the
Installer (see “3. Finishing Setting” on page 24).
Unsetting
1.
Enter by the designated entry door.
2.
Press
on your remote control.
The system unsets. At this point the system displays the standby
screen.
Note: Your Master User may have programmed the control unit
so that you cannot unset the alarm system using a remote
control. See page 82.
If The System Will Not Set by Remote Control
If one of the detectors is still active when you try to set the
system then you will not hear the exit warning tone.
What happens next depends on how the installer has set up your
system.
a)
Try pressing A once more on your remote control. If the
installer has programmed the system to do so then it will
carry on and set, omitting the active detector.
b)
If the system will not set on the second press of button A
then you will have to go to the keypad and set the system
from there.
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To make changes to the way your system works you must enter
the Menu. Your degree of access to the Menu depends on what
type of user you are: Master User or Normal User.
A Master User has access to all the options of the Menu. A Master
User can add, change, or remove users and has full access to the
system options menu.
A Normal user has very limited access to the Menu: they can
change their own access code, switch Chime on or off, and
operate any outputs. A Duress user (if provided) has the same
access as a Normal user.
A Guard or a Set Only user have no access to the Menu at all.
Entering and Leaving the Menu
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
.
3.
Key in an access code.
The display shows the first item in
a list of options. (See page 88 for a
complete list of options.)
4.
Press  or  to scroll
through the options available,
followed by  to select (gain
access) to an option.








5.
Press  to confirm an option
when you have finished making
changes.
6.
Press  (if necessary several
times) to leave the Menu.


(If you do not press any keys on the keypad for 60 seconds then
the display returns to the standby screen.)
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The rest of this chapter describes each of the main options in the
Menu.
Editing Text
For many of the items that you can program, the control unit lets
you assign a 12 character name. To key in text for the name
press each number key one or more times to obtain the letter you
want (the letters of the alphabet appear on the keys in the same
arrangement as on many mobile phones, see Figure 8.)
Press # to change between capitals and small letters.
The cursor becomes an underline when you type in small letters
and a block when you type in capitals.
Press  to move the cursor left, or  to move the cursor to the
right.
Press  to remove letters to the left of the cursor. Press  to
insert a space.
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
Space 0
(Caps/
lower case)
Figure 8. Letters Assigned to Keys
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Omitting Zones
You may wish to prevent a zone causing an alarm. For example, if
your garage door is protected by a detector, but you wish to
leave it unlocked for the delivery of a parcel, you may wish to
omit that detector when you set the rest of the alarm system.
Provided that the Installer has programmed your system to allow
this, then, to "Omit" a zone.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.


2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).


4.
Press .
.
The bottom line of the display
shows the first of a list of
zones that you may omit.
(Either as a zone number or as
a name, if the Installer has
programmed one for the
zone.)




Note: If you see the message “No
zones omittable” then the
installer has not
programmed the system so
that you can omit zones.
5.
Press  or  to display the
zone you wish to omit.


6.
Press  to mark the zone for
omission.


The character at the end of
the line changes to an "O" to
show that the zone will be
Omitted.
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If you change your mind then
press  again so that the end
of the line shows an "I" (for
Included).
7.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 for any
other zone you wish to omit
(or include).
8.
Press  to store the changes
you have made.


The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
9.
Press  to leave the Menu.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.


The control unit allows you to omit a zone for one
setting/unsetting cycle. You will have to omit the zone again for
the next setting/unsetting cycle.
Users
The i-on16 control unit can recognise up to 16 individual users.
Select Users in the Menu to add new users, change details, or to
delete them from the system.
The various user types (see page 12) have different amounts of
access to the Users menu:
A Master User can:
Add or delete users, except for User 01. They can also assign
proximity tags, remotes and radio HUAs while adding a new
user.
Edit their own name or user code, and delete or add their own
proximity tag, remote or radio HUA.
Edit any other user's name or type (but not those of
another Master user).
A Normal User can:
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Edit their own user code, and delete or add their own
proximity tag, remote or radio HUA.
Guards and Set Only users have no access to the Menu.
Editing Existing Users
This menu lets you change the details for an existing user.
Name
Use this option to give the user a 12 character name.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.


2.
Press


3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .
5.
Press .
6.
Press  .
7.
Press  .
.
The bottom line of the display
shows the first in a list of the
users already programmed into
the control unit. If the user
already has a name
programmed it will appear on
the bottom line.
8.
Press  or  to display the
user you wish to edit.
(Alternatively, if you already
know their user number, you
can key that in and the display
will show that user
immediately.)












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9.
Press  .
The bottom line shows:
10. Press .
The display shows the current
name given to the user, and
places a cursor at the
beginning of the name.
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



11. Key in the name from the
keypad. See Editing Text on
page 34.


12. Press  when finished.


The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
The display will show the
name in menus and in the log
when the user sets, unsets or
resets the system.
User Types
Use this option to change a user‟s Type.
Note: You cannot change the Type of a Master User.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.


2.
Press


3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .
5.
Press .
6.
Press  .
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






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7.
Press  .
The bottom line of the display
shows the name of the first in
a list of the users already
programmed into the control
unit. In the example shown
the name is “User 01”.
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Press  or  to display the
user you wish to edit.




(Alternatively, if you already
know their user number, you
can key that in and the
display will show that user
immediately.)
9.
Press  .
The bottom line shows:
10. Press  .
11. Press .
The bottom line of the display shows
the current user type. See page 12 for
a description of the user types
available. A “*” at the beginning of the
line is there to remind you of the
current type if you scroll away.






12. Press  or  to scroll
through the list of user types
available.


13. Press  to assign the user type
to the user.


The keypad gives a double “beep”
confirmation tone.
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Access Code
No user can change any other user‟s access code. (A Master User
can create an access code for a new user when they first add the
user to the system, see page 48.) Any user, except a Guard or
Set Only user, can change their own code as follows:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .
.








If you are a Master User:
5.
Press .
a)
Press .
b)
Press .
c)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows your own user name.
d)
Press .
e)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows:
f)
Go on to step 6.












If you are a Normal User:
6
Press .
7.
Press .
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
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Key in the new access code .
Access codes are four digits
long. When you press the last
digit of the access code the
display asks you to key in the
same access code again.
9.


Key in the same digits again,
in the same order.


The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


followed by:
If a user forgets their code then a Master user must delete that
user from the system (see page 50), and recreate a new user
with a new code (see page 48).
Proximity Tags
No user can change or delete any other user‟s proximity tag. (A
Master User User can register a proximity tag for a new user
when they first add the user to the system, see page 48.) Any
user except a Guard or Set Only user can register a tag for
themselves as follows:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).


4.
Press  .


.




If you are a Master User:
(otherwise go to step 6)
5.
Press .
a)
Press .




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b)
Press .
c)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows your own user name.
d)
Press .
e)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows:
f)
Go on to step 8.
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







If you are a Normal User:
6.
Press .
7.
Press  until the display
shows:
8.
Press .
Note: If you already have a prox
tag allocated to you then the
screen will display “Delete
Prox Tag?”. See page 47.
9.
Hold the prox tag up to the
keypad.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:








followed by:

The control unit learns the

identity of the tag and links it
with your access code.
You cannot register more than one tag per user. If you present a
tag that the control unit has already registered to another user
then you will hear a single low tone, the display will show a
message that the tag is already in use and will then revert to
asking you to present the tag.
If you do not wish to register a tag for the user then press .
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If you have a proximity tag and want to know who it belongs to
then use the Test - Prox Tag menu option, see page 52 .
Remote Controls
No user can change any other user‟s remote control. (A Master
User can register a remote control for a new user when they first
add the user to the system, see page 48.) Any user except a
“Guard” or “Set Only” user can register a remote control for
themselves as follows:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .
.








If you are a Master User:
(otherwise go to step 6)
5.
Press .
a)
Press .
b)
Press .
c)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows your own user name.
d)
Press .
e)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows:
f)
Go on to step 8.












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If you are a Normal User:
6.
Press .
7.
Press  until the display
shows:
8.
Press .
The display asks you to press
one of the buttons on the
remote control.
Note: If you already have a device
allocated to you then the
screen will display “Delete
Remote?”. See page 47.
9.






Press any button on the
device that you wish to
register.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit learns the
identity of the device and
links it with your access code.
If the control unit has already
learned that device then you
will hear a low tone and the
display tells you that the
device is already in use.


followed by:


If you do not wish to register a device press .
If you have a device and want to know who it belongs to then use
the Test - Remotes menu option, see page 52 .
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Radio Hold Up Alarms (HUA)
No user can change any other user‟s radio HUA. (A Master User
can register a radio HUA for a new user when they first add the
user to the system, see page 48.) Any user except a Guard or Set
Only user can register a radio HUA for themselves.
Note: While you are registering a new radio HUA the control unit
will not respond to an alarm signal from any radio HUA it
has already learned.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .
.








If you are a Master User:
(otherwise go to step 6)
5.
Press .


a)
Press .


b)
Press .
c)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows your own user name.
d)
Press .
e)
Press  or . until the bottom
line of the display shows:
f)
Go on to step 8.








If you are a Normal User:
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Press .
7.
Press  until the display shows:
8.
Press .
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



The display asks you to press
both of the buttons on the
Hold Up Alarm.
Note: If you already have a Hold Up
Alarm allocated to you then
the screen will display “Delete
Hold Up Alarm?”. See page
47.
Press  to leave the menu
without deleting the Hold Up
Alarm, or if you change your
mind and do not wish to add
a Hold Up Alarm.
9.
Press and hold both buttons on
the Hold Up Alarm that you wish
to register. Hold the buttons
down until you see the transmit
LED flash.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit learns the
identity of the Hold Up Alarm
and links it with your access
code.




followed by:


You cannot register more than one radio HUA per user. If the
control unit has already learned that radio HUA then you will hear
a low tone and the display remains unchanged, asking you to
press the buttons on the radio HUA.
If you have a radio HUA and want to know who it belongs to then
use the Test – User Hold Up Alarms menu option, see page 52 .
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Deleting Remote Controls and Radio HUAs
If you have lost a remote control, prox tag or radio Hold Up Alarm
assigned to you then you should delete it from the system to
make sure that no unauthorised person can use it.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  .
.
If you are a Master User:
(otherwise go to step 6)
5. Press .
a)
Press .
b)
Press .
c)
Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows your own user name.
d)
Press .
e)
Press  or  until the bottom
line shows the device you
wish to delete, for example:
f)




















Go on to step 8.
If you are a Normal User:
6.
Press .
7.
Press  until the display
shows the device you wish to
delete, for example:




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8.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
asks if you wish to delete the
device you selected.
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

Press 
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit has deleted
the identity of the Hold Up
Alarm (or other device you
selected).


followed by:


To register a new device, re-enter the Menu and select Users - Edit
User. Select your own user name and then the device type you
wish to add.
If a remote control has been stolen and the user it belonged to no
longer has an access code on the system, see page 79.
Adding Users
You must be a Master user to add new users, see page 36.
When adding a new user you can also assign to them proximity
tags, remote controls and Hold Up Alarm transmitters. If you do
not wish to assign these devices when you create the user, then
each user must assign those devices to themselves by using the
Users - Edit User option.
To add a new user:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your Master User
access code (or present a
suitable tag).
4.
.
Press  .
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






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5.
Press .
6.
Press .
The display shows a default
user name, for example: “User
04”. Edit the name (for hints
on editing text see page 34).
7.




Press  or  to show the type
you want to assign to the new
user and then press .
The display asks you to assign
a new user code.
9.


Press  when you have
finished editing the name.
The display shows the default
type for a new user (Normal
User, see page 12 for a
description of user types).
8.
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

Key in the user code you want
the new user to employ. ( If
you do not want to assign a
code to the user press and
go to step 11.)
The display asks you to
confirm the new code.


10. Key the code in a second time.
The display asks you to
present a proximity tag to the
keypad.
11. Present an unused tag to the
keypad. (If you do not want to
assign one to the user press
.)




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The display then asks you to
press a button on any remote
control that you want to
assign to the user.
12. Press a button on a remote
control (one that is not
currently registered to any
other user). If you do not
have one press .
The display finally asks you to
press both buttons on any
radio HUA that you want to
assign to the new user.


13. Press both buttons on a radio
HUA that you wish to assign to
the user. If you do not have
one for the user press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows that the
new user has been added to
the system.


Followed by:


To add another user to the system repeat steps 5 to 13.
Otherwise, press  repeatedly to leave the Menu and save your
changes.
Deleting Users
You must be a Master user to delete a user, see page 36. To
delete a user:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
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





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4.
Press  .
5.
Press .
6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows the first user in a list of
the users recognised by the
system.
8.
Press  or . until the bottom
line of the display shows the
user you wish to delete.
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









Note: The control unit will not allow
you to delete User 01.
9.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
asks you to confirm that you
wish to delete the selected
user.


(If you change your mind at
this point press .)
10. Press  to confirm that you
wish to delete the user.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


The control unit has deleted
the user from the system.
Once you delete a user, the system does not respond to their
access code or to their proximity tag. In addition, the control unit
"forgets" the identity of any remote control or radio HUA assigned
to the user.
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Viewing the Log
The control unit keeps a log of the last 265 events (for example,
alarms and setting/unsetting events). To read the log:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.


The display shows the most
recent event recorded in the log.
6.
Press  or  to scroll through
the log.
 shows older events, 
shows more recent events.
8.






Press  to see a more detailed
description of the event.
The display will show, for
example, the name you keyed
in for a user.
7.


Press  to finish viewing the
log.






When you view the log, the display initially shows users by their
number (for example User 01). Pressing  displays any name
programmed for the user.
There are some user numbers that have special meaning:
User 00
Installer
User 17
Quick Set User
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Panel (Control Unit)
User 19
Keyswitch User
User 20
ARC Remote Reset
Testing the System
If you think that your system is not working correctly then a
Master User can use the Test option to test various peripherals. If
the test confirms that part of the system is not working then
contact your installer.
The Test option also lets you check the identity of Remote
controls, Hold Up Alarms and Tags.
Sirens & Sounders
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.
The display shows:
6.








Press  .
The bottom line of the displays
shows the first in a list of the
siren types that you can test:
7.




Press .
If you have external radio
sirens fitted to your system,
you will see:
If you do not have any
external radio sirens fitted the



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keypad shows for a few
seconds:
a)
Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit turns on the
external radio sirens. Check
that you can hear them.
b)
Press  again to turn the
sirens off.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
8.


Press  when you have
finished this test.




The display shows:
9.
Press .
The display shows the next
item in the list of tests.
10. Press .
a)

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Press .
The control unit turns on the
wired sirens. Check that you
can hear them.
b)




Press  again to turn the
sirens off.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
11. Press  when you have
finished this test.
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12. Press .
The display shows the next
item in the list of tests.
13. Press .
a)


Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit sounds a test
tone on the loudspeakers.
Check that you can hear them.
b)




Press  again to turn the
loudspeakers off.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
14. Press  when you have
finished this test.




15. Press .
The display shows the next
item in the list of tests.
16. Press .
a)




Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit sounds a test
tone on the keypad sounders.
Check that you can hear them.


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b)
Press  again to turn the
keypad sounders off.
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
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
17. Press  when you have
finished this test.


18. Press  to leave the siren test
menu.


Keypad
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:
5.
Press .
.
The display shows:
6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
This display tells you to press
any key on the keypad to test
it. The bottom line of the
display shows the number of
the keypad, followed by its
name.
Note that the LEDs around the
navigation key and the four
LEDs at the right should all be
glowing red.
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












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Press each key once.
The bottom line of the display
shows the key you pressed.
Press both radio HUA keys
together to test.
As you press the function keys
on the keypad the display
shows their name, for
example:
9.
Press  to end the test.






Walk test
The Walk Test menu allows you to test detectors without starting
an alarm.
To “walk test” an alarm system you operate each detector in the
system. If the detector is working the control unit sounds a
confirmation tone and flags that the detector has passed the test.
Simply walking past motion detectors should be enough to trigger
them, but you will have to open doors and windows if you want to
test any detectors attached to them.
Note that you cannot test Fire detectors and 24 hour zones
during a walk test. The control unit will always start an alarm if
you activate those detectors. (A 24-hour zone has detectors that
are “live” all the time, not just when you set the system.)
If you find a detector that does not work, call your installer.
To use the Walk Test menu:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
.






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4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows:
6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows:
8.
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






Press  or  to turn a chime
tone on or off.
When the chime tone is on, the
keypads and loudspeakers will
sound a chime tone for each
zone that triggers while you
are performing the walk test.
9.
Press . to see the first of the
walk test options:


The Walk Test menu provides two options to give different ways
of organising a walk test. The options within Walk Test are:
System
This option allows you to walk round the entire
system and test all the zones. Press  to select this
option.
Zones
This option lets you select one or more individual
zones, and test only those zones and no others.
Press  or  to scroll up and down the list of
zones. Press  or  to display “Yes” at the end of
the bottom line to mark the zone as one you want
to test. Press  when you have finished making
your selection.
Once you have selected the Walk Test option you want to use:
The display shows a list of all
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the detectors ready for testing.
The top line of the display
shows you how many
detectors remain to be tested.
10. Walk round and trigger each
detector. The display shows an
"A" at the end of the line each
time a detector is triggered. If
you have enabled the Chime then
every time you trigger a detector
the keypads and loudspeakers
give a double tone chime.


Note that you cannot test HUA,
24 hour or fire zones.
11. Press
if you want to see a
list of the zones that remain to
be tested:


12. Press  to end the test.


The control unit leaves walk
test mode and the bottom line
of the display shows the option
you were using.
Outputs
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.
The display shows:










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6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows the first in a list of the
outputs allocated for your use.
If the output has a name
programmed for it, that will
appear on the bottom line
instead of the output number.
8.
Press  or  to display the
output you wish to test.
a). Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
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





The control unit turns on the
output. Check that that it is
working as expected.
Note: Outputs connected to radio
output modules may take
several seconds to change
state.
b)
Press  again to turn the
output off.


9.
Press  to end the test.

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NOTE: Make sure no one tries to activate an output by means of
a remote control while you perform the test.
When you complete the test check that the output is back
in the state it had before testing. For example, if the output
was off before testing, make sure it is off after testing.
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Remotes
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.
The display shows:
6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
8.
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










The display asks you to press
any button on the remote you
wish to test.


If there are no remotes
available the display briefly
shows:


Press a button on the device
you wish to test (you should
press and hold the button
down until the transmit LED on
the device flashes).
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
The top line of the display
shows: the number of the
device, the button you
pressed, and the user the
device is allocated to.


The bottom line of the display
shows the function of the
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button you pressed and the
strength of the signal received
by the system from the
remote. If the signal strength
is less than 4 you should
contact your installer.
a). Press all the other buttons on
the device.
Each time you press a button on
the remote the keypad gives a
double “beep” confirmation tone.


For each button you press you
will see a similar message, for
example:
b)
Press a button on any other
device that you wish to test.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.


The display shows information for
any device allocated to a user of
the system, for example:
9.
Press  to end the test.
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Radio Hold Up Alarms
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
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


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5.
Press .
The display shows:
6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
The display asks you to press
both buttons on the radio HUA
you wish to test.
If there are no radio HUAs
available the display briefly
shows:
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






Press and hold down both
buttons on the Hold Up Alarm
you wish to test (you should
hold the buttons down until the
transmit LED on the radio HUA
flashes).
If your type of Hold Up Alarm
has a lock button, make sure
you unlock the button before
the test.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
The top line of the display
shows he user the radio HUA is
allocated to. (If the user has a
name programmed then it will
appear in place of the user
number.)


The bottom line of the display
shows the strength of the
signal received by the system
from the radio HUA. If the
signal strength is less than 4
you should contact your
installer.
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Press and hold the buttons on
any other HUA that you wish
to test.
Each time you activate a HUA
the keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.


The display shows information
for any radio HUA allocated to
a user of the system, for
example:
9.
Press  to end the test.


Proximity Tags
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.
The display shows:
6.
Press  until you see:
7.
Press .
The display asks you to
present the prox tag you wish
to test to the keypad.
If there are no prox tags
available the display briefly
shows:
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












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Hold the prox tag against the
front of the keypad.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
a)
The bottom line of the display
shows the user that the prox
tag is allocated to. (Any name
programmed for the user will
appear in place of the user
number.)


Hold any other prox tags that
you wish to test up against the
keypad (one at a time).


The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
The bottom line of the display
shows the users owning each
prox tag, for example:
9.
If the control unit does not
recognise a prox tag, the
display shows:


Press  to end the test.


System Configuration
The System Configuration option allows you to change some
parts of the system to suit your particular needs. If you need
more extensive changes to the operation of the system then you
must contact your installer.
Switching the Chime On/Off
The installer may have set up your alarm system to give a chime
tone whenever something triggers one or more detectors while
the system is unset. If you wish to switch this feature off (or on)
then:
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1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.
The bottom line of the display
shows:
6.
8.










Press  .
The bottom line of the display
shows the current status of the
Chime facility: “On” means the
loudspeakers will sound a
chime tone every time a
detector with the “Chime”
attribute is triggered.
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

Press .
The status of the Chime facility
changes each time you press
.


Press  when you have
finished making changes.

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Setting the Date and Time
You will need to re-program the date and time if the control unit
loses power for an extended time, and the battery is exhausted.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
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
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3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows:
6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
The top line of the display
shows “Set the date” and the
bottom line shows the current
date in number format
(day/month/year). The day is
highlighted.
8.
9.
Key in the correct date. Use
the format dd/mm/yyyy. If the
days or months are “9” or less
then key in a leading zero. For
example: the first of March will
be 01/03/2010.
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










Press .
The top line of the display shows
“Set the Time” and the bottom
line of the display shows the
current system time. The minutes
are highlighted.
10. Key in the correct time. Use
the 24-hour clock in the format
hh/mm. If the hours or
minutes are “9” or less then
key in a leading zero. For
example: six minutes past




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seven in the morning will be
“07:06”.
11. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit saves you
changes and the display
returns to the date and time
menu option.


Note: The internal clock adjusts itself for daylight saving in Spring
and Autumn.
Programming Outputs
During programming the installer may allocate some outputs so
that they can be reprogrammed by an Master User. This section
describes how the Master User can use those outputs.
For each output you can, if you wish, set an “on” time and an
“off” time so that the output will go on and off at fixed times each
day. In addition, Master and Normal users can switch the output
on or off at any time.
To program an output:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
.
The bottom line of the display
shows:
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
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




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6.
Press  until the display
shows:
Note: This option is only visible if
the installer has allocated
some outputs to you.
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Press .
The top line of the display shows
the address of the first available
output. The bottom line shows
the name of the output (if the
installer has given it one).
8.
Press  or  to display the
output you wish to edit.
9.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows the first option that you
can edit for the output:
“Name”.





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10. Press .
The display shows the current
name of the output, and places
a cursor at the beginning of
the name.
11. Key in a meaningful name for
the output. (Hint: see Editing
Text on page 34.)
The name you give the output
appears in all the other menus
the display offers for
controlling outputs.


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12. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
display returns to the Name
option.
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13. Press 
The display shows:
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14. Press .
There are two options to
“Latched”.
“Yes”. The output stays on
until a user deliberately turns
it off. In addition, you can
program the output to come
on and go off at fixed times
(see the next section).
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“No”. The output goes on when
a user turns it on, but then
goes off again after a set time.
You can program the length of
time the output remains on.
15. Press  or  to select the
option you wish to use.
For example:


16. Press  to confirm your choice.
The keypad gives a double “beep”
confirmation tone. The keypad
display shows:


To Program Duration Times for non-Latched Outputs
First make sure that the output you wish to use is programmed
as Latched=No (see steps 1 to 16 starting on page 68).
17. Press  until the display
shows:


18. Press .
The display shows the length
of time the output will stay
turned on (in seconds).
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19. Key in the number of seconds
that you want the output to
stay on. The maximum is
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20. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


25. Press  to leave the menu.
Note: You can switch the output on and off from the Menu by
selecting Outputs On/Off (see page 85).
If you want to program a remote control to control the
output, see page 76.
To Program On and Off Times for Latched Outputs
First make sure that the output you wish to use is programmed
as Latched = Yes (see steps 1 to 16 starting on page 68).
17. Press  until the display
shows:
18. Press .
The display shows the time
when the output will turn on.
19. Key in the time when you want
the output to come on. Use the
24-hour clock in the format
hh/mm. If the hours or
minutes are “9” or less then
key in a leading zero. For
example: six minutes past
seven in the morning will be
“07/06”.
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




20. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


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21. Press  until the display
shows:
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22. Press .
The display shows the time
when the output will turn off.
23
Key in the time when you want
the output to go off. Use the
24-hour clock in the format
hh/mm. If the hours or
minutes are “9” or less then
key in a leading zero. For
example: six minutes past
seven in the morning will be
“07/06”.
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


24. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


Note: If you do not wish the output to switch on and off at
a set time then leave the “On Time” and “Off Time”
options set to “00:00”.
To Program Days Of The Week for Latched Outputs
In addition to specifying an On and Off time during the day for a
latched output, you can also specify which day of the week that
the output should operate on.
First make sure that the output you wish to use is programmed
as Latched = Yes (see steps 1 to 16 starting on page 68). Then
make sure that you have specfied On and Off times (see steps 17
to 24 starting on page 71).
25. Press  until the display
shows:
26. Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows “Sunday” and “Yes” if
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
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the output will operate on that
day, or “No” if the output will
NOT operate on that day.
27. Press  or  to change the
“Yes” to a “No” or the “No” to
a “Yes”. For example:


28. Press  repeatedly to show
the other days of the week, for
example:


29. Press  or  to change the
the “No” to a “Yes” for each
day on which you want the
output to operate.
Note: If you do not wish the output to switch
on and off at the same time every day
then make sure each day of the week is
set to “Yes”.
30. Press  when you have
finished making changes.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


31. Press  to leave the menu.
Note: You can switch the output on and off from the Menu by
selecting Outputs On/Off (see page 85).
If you want to program a remote control to control the
output, see page 76.
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Programming Remote Controls for Users
The System Config - Remotes option allows you to re-program buttons
on an i-fb01 remote control.
Set/Unset
To program a remote button to set or unset:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
8.
Press .
9.
EITHER
Press the button on the
remote control that you wish
to program. Hold the button
down until you see the
transmit LED flash.
.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
display shows the identity
and owner of the remote
control, and the button you
pressed. Go on to step 10.
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

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
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
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Note: You cannot reprogram the
unset key on a remote
control.
OR (if you do not have the remote
in your possession)
a) Press .
The display presents a list of
the registered remote
controls and their users.
b)
c)
Press  or  to show the
remote control you want to
edit.




Press  to select it.
The display shows the first
button on the remote control.
d)
Press  or  to show the
button you wish to reprogram.
e)
Press  to select the button.
The bottom line shows:






Note: You cannot reprogram the
unset key on a remote
control.
10. Choose either Set or Unset,
as follows:
a) Press  .
In the example on the right,
the button is currently
programmed to unset.
b) Press  to change the
bottom line between Set or
Unset:



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c) Press  .
The bottom line of the
display now shows the first
item in a list of setting or
unsetting options that you
can apply to the selected
button.
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The options available are:
Part Set
Part sets the system.
Full Set
Full set the system.
Unset
Unset the system.
Note: Ask your Installer if the entry timer needs to be running
before a user can unset using a remote.
11.
Choose what setting (or unsetting) option that you wish
to apply, as follows:
a) Press  or . until the
bottom line of the display
shows the option you want.
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b) Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


12. Press  repeatedly to leave
the menu when you have
finished.
Operate an Output
To program a remote button to operate an output:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
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3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
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5.
Press .
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6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
8.
Press .
9.
EITHER
Press the button on the
remote control that you wish
to program. Hold the button
down until you see the
transmit LED flash.
The display shows the
identity and owner of the
remote control, and the
button you pressed. Go on
to step 10.
OR (if you do not have the
remote in your possession)
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

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
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
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a) Press .
The display presents a list of
the registered remote
controls and their users.
b)
Press  or  to show the
remote control you want to
edit.
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Press  to select it.
The display shows the first
button on the remote
control.
d)
Press  or  to show the
button you wish to reprogram.
e)
Press  to select the button.
The bottom line shows the
first in a list of the options
that you can assign to the
button:
10. Press  until the display
shows:
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
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11. Press  .
The display shows the first in
a list of outputs that are
available for allocating to a
remote button. The bottom
line of the display shows any
name the output has been
programmed with.
12. Press  or . until the
display shows the output you
wish to select.
Note: There may be only one
output available.
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13. Press  .
The bottom line of the
display shows the first in a
list of four actions that you
can give to the button:
“On” = Turns the output on.
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“Off” = Turns the output off.
“Toggle” = Changes the state
of the output every time you
press the button.
14. Press  or . until the
display shows the action you
want to give to the button,
for example:


15. Press  .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone.
The keypad display shows:


16. Press  repeatedly to leave
the menu.
Repeat steps 8 to 15 if you
want to program any more
remotes.
17. Press  repeatedly to leave
the menu.
Deleting Remote Controls
If a user has lost a remote control you should delete it from the
system to make sure that no unauthorised person can use it to
gain access. Also, if you wish to reassign a device to another
user, you must first delete it from the system.
To delete a single remote:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).


4.
Press  until you see:.


.




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5.
Press .
6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
8.
Press  until the display
shows:
9.
Press .
The display shows:
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








10. EITHER
a) Press the button of the
remote you wish to delete:


OR (if you do not have the
remote to hand.)
a) Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows the first in a list of the
known devices.
b) Press  until the bottom
line of the display shows the
remote you wish to delete.
c) Press .






11. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
The control unit deletes the
remote from its memory. The
remote can no longer be used
on the system.
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followed by:


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12. Repeat steps 9 to 11 if you wish
to delete any other remotes.
13. Press  repeatedly to leave the
menu.
The control unit will let you delete all remote controls in one
operation. Think carefully before you use this feature.
To delete all remotes:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
8.
Press  until the display
shows:
9.
Press .
.
The display shows:
(Press  if you decide you do
NOT want to delete all
remotes.)
10. Press .
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:




















followed by


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11. Press  repeatedly to leave the
menu.
To register remote controls with users once again enter the Menu
and select Users - Edit User (see page 43).
Preventing Any Remote From Unsetting
the System
You may wish to prevent any remote from unsetting your alarm
system. You can do this as follows:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
8.
Press  until the display
shows:
9.
Press .
.
The display shows:
10. Press . or  until the display
shows:




















11. Press 
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
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12. Press  repeatedly to leave the
menu.
Once you have carried out this process, then although remote
controls can set the system, none of them can unset the system.
To allow remote controls to unset the system repeat steps 1 to
12, but select “enabled” at step 10.
Redirecting Speech Messages
Note: This option is available only if you have the a speech dialler
module fitted inside the control unit and it has been
programmed by the installer. You can use the About menu
to check if you have a communication module fitted, see
page 86.
If you need to re-direct speech messages to new telephone
numbers then:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
6.
Press  until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
.














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8.
9.
Press  until the display
shows the telephone number
that you wish to change, for
example:
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
Press .
The display shows the current
phone number, for example:


10. Key in the new phone number.
If necessary, press  to move
the cursor left, or  to move
the cursor to the right. Press
 to remove digits to the left
of the cursor.


11. Press  to store the changes
you have made.
The display now shows the
current name of the telephone
number.
12. If necessary, key in a new
name for the telephone
number, for example:
(See page 34 for instructions
on how to key in text.)




13. Press  to store the changes
you have made.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:
14. Press  repeatedly to leave the
menu.
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
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Turning Outputs On/Off
You can operate the outputs from the keypad, as well as by using
a remote control (provided the installer has assigned some
outputs to you). To operate an output:
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:.
5.
Press .
The display shows the first in a
list of the outputs that are
available to you.
Note that the outputs may be
programmed with a name, for
example “PORCH LIGHT”.
Press  until the display
shows the output you wish to
operate:
6.
7.
.












Press  to change the state of
the output.
The keypad gives a double
“beep” confirmation tone. The
keypad display shows:


Note: Outputs connected to radio
output modules may take
several seconds to change state.
9.
Press .
The display returns to the
“Outputs On/Off” menu, and
the control unit operates the
selected output.


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What System Have I Got?
There may be times, when your installer is helping you with a
problem over the phone, that they ask you what system you have
and what software version it is running. You can find this
information as follows.
1.
Make sure the display shows
the standby screen.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
4.
Press  until you see:
5.
Press .
.
The bottom line of the display
shows the first item in a list of
options that show information
about your system.
6.
Press  .
The bottom line of the display
shows your control unit type
and its software revision.
7.
Press  repeatedly to leave the
menu.













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Seeing Which Communications Module Is
Currently Installed:
1.
Make sure the system is idle.
2.
Press
3.
Key in your access code (or
present a tag).
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4.
Press  until you see:
5.
Press .
6.
Press . until the display
shows:
7.
Press .
The bottom line of the display
shows the module type
currently fitted (or the word
“None” if no module is fitted).
8.
Press  repeatedly to leave
the menu.
4. Administration
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List of Menu Options
Item
Omit Zones
Users
Add User
Edit User
(for each user:)
Name
Type (not U01)
Code
Prox Tag
Remote
Hold Up Alarm
Delete User
View Log
Test
Siren & Sounders
Wired Keypad
Walk test
Outputs
Remotes
User Hold Up Alarms
Prox Tags
System Config
Facilities On/Off
Chime
Set Date & Time
Speech Phone Book
Edit Outputs
Remotes
Outputs On/Off
About
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40
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38
38
36
41
43
45
50
52
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59
61
62
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65
65
66
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68
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Alarm Functions At a Glance
OK
Display shows:
Time and date when system off (unset).
First zone to alarm after alarm
Read log here.
NO
Glowing = On (set)
Off = Off (unset)
Flashing = Part Set
Key in access code
here
HUA/PA keys
Hold prox tag near face of keypad.
Setting and Unsetting
IN ORDER TO:
DO THIS:
THE SYSTEM WILL:
Turn the system on: EITHER:
Start the exit tone.
Key in ACCESS CODE
and press 
OR present tag.
Then leave the
premises and close
door.
Turn the system off: Open entry door, go
to keypad.
Stop exit tone and
turn on.
Start entry tone.
At the keypad
EITHER:
Stop entry tone and
key in ACCESS CODE turn off.
OR: present tag.
Turn on part of the
system:
EITHER:
Key in ACCESS CODE
OR present tag.
Then press  or .
followed by .
System turns on part
of the system you
selected.
For more information see page 22 .
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After an Alarm
IN ORDER TO:
DO THIS:
THE SYSTEM WILL:
Switch off siren:
EITHER:
Key in ACCESS
CODE
OR present tag.
Stop the siren. The
keypad display
shows the first zone
to alarm.
Reset the system:
Press .
Keypad display
shows time and
date.
Read the log:
Press
+ ACCESS
CODE (or tag) + 3
+ .
Keypad display
shows most recent
event.
Press .
Keypad display
shows older events.
Press .
Keypad display
shows newer
events.
For more information see page 16 .
To Start a HUA from the Keypad
Press both the HUA keys at the same time.
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