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Command Center D1260
Owner’s Manual
This system includes a telephone line seizure feature. The system may be programmed to communicate with a central
monitoring station to report system events. You will not be able to use your phone while the system is communicating
with the central monitoring station. In the unlikely event that the central station is not able to receive the report, your
phone may be unavailable for up to 20 minutes while the panel makes additional communication attempts.
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Contents
Note:
Some commands listed below may not be available. Contact your security company for more information.
Introduction
Your Command Center
About This Owner’s Manual
Part I: Security System Basics
Using the Command Center
Command Center Keys
Points
Your Custom Display
View Faulted or Bypassed Points
Warning Displays and Tones
Fire Alarms
Burglary Alarms
Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Events
Non-Fire Trouble and Supervisory Events
Special System Trouble Display
Silencing an Alarm
Part II: System Commands
Entering a Passcode
Turning the System On (Arming)
Turning the System Off (Disarming)
Turning the System On (Arming) With a Duress
Passcode
Turning the System On (Arming) With Doors or
Windows Open
MASTER ARM ? (COMMAND + 1)
MASTER ARM INST ? (COMMAND + 1 + 1)
PERIMETR INST (COMMAND + 2)
PERIMETR DELAY ? (COMMAND + 3)
Silence the Trouble Sounder & Clear Trouble Display
(COMMAND + 4)
VIEW MEMORY ? (COMMAND + 4 + 0)
WALK TEST ? (COMMAND + 4 + 4)
RESET SENSORS ? (COMMAND + 4 + 7)
WATCH MODE ? (COMMAND + 6)
PERIMETR PART ? (COMMAND + 8)
Special Alerts (COMMAND + 7 and COMMAND + 9)
Part III: Advanced Commands
Advanced Commands
Terms Used in This Section
BYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0)
UNBYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0 + 0)
SEND REPORT ? (COMMAND + 4 + 1 or
COMMAND + 4 + 2)
REMOTE PROGRAM ? (COMMAND + 4 + 3)
CHANGE TIME/DATE (COMMAND + 4 + 5)
DOOR CONTROL (COMMAND + 4 + 6)
Access Level
CHANGE DISPLAY (COMMAND + 4 + 9)
EXTEND CLOSING (COMMAND + 5 + 1)
CHG SKEDS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 2)
DEL USER ? (COMMAND + 5 + 3)
CHG RELAYS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 4)
CHG PASSCODES ? (COMMAND + 5 + 5)
ADD/CHANGE USER (COMMAND + 5 + 6)
DEFAULT TEXT ? (COMMAND + 5 + 7)
FIRE TEST ? (COMMAND + 5 + 8)
DISPLAY REV ? (COMMAND + 5 + 9)
SERVICE MENU ? (9 + 9 + Enter)
Part IV: Multi-Area Use
Working with Multiple Areas from a Single Command
Center
View Area Status
View Point Status
MOVE TO AREA ? (COMMAND + 5 + 0)
Turning the System On
Turn the Entire System On Without Delays
Turning the System Off
Appendix
Supplementary Information for Adding Passcodes
User Authority Levels
Passcode Worksheet
Security System Limitations
Fire Safety and Evacuation
Standard Displays
System Trouble Displays
Security System Glossary
Maintenance and Service
How to Clean the Command Center
Your Alarm Company
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Introduction
Your Command Center
Introduction
Your security system helps to secure life, property, and investments against fire, theft, and bodily harm. The command
center is an advanced digital device that offers a variety of features not available with other systems. Its highly visible,
backlit keypad and built-in sounder alert you to a number of system events. A familiar ATM style design and ease-of-use
make it ideal for property monitoring.
Your Command Center
Your Command Center is composed of
two main sections; the numeric keypad
section and display/selection keys (also
referred to as “soft keys”).
The numeric keypad section is a standard
3x4-keypad matrix that should be very
familiar to you. It has been designed to
closely resemble that of a standard
telephone with the numeric keys of 1-0;
and * and # keys. The display is an easyto-read 4 line by 20-character liquid
crystal display that becomes backlit when
a key is pressed or a system event occurs.
The soft keys are used to make selections when the display shows
an arrow pointing next to it. For example, the display shown to
the right is what will appear when there are faulted points in
your system. Pressing the soft key adjacent to the View Points>
display will then begin to scroll the faulted point(s) in your
system.
About This Owner’s Manual
This owner’s manual is divided into five main sections:
•
Security System Basics: Covers how to use the Command Center, the various keys on the Command
Center, what a “Point” is and the various types of Points, and custom displays.
•
System Commands: This section covers system commands, such as turning the system on and off, resetting
sensors, etc. Your security company programs the functions described in this section. Some of them may
not be included in your system. Some of the functions covered may require you to enter your personal
passcode.
•
Advanced Commands: Allow users to perform advanced system functions like add and delete user
passcodes, reassign authority levels to user passcodes and operate or change programmed scheduled events
(Skeds) from the command centers. As you make changes to the system, update the information contained
in the tables in this guide to provide an accurate account of the programmed information.
•
Multi-Area Use: Each of the functions described in the preceding section on Advanced Commands is
presented as though your system includes only one area. If your system includes more than one area, it can
be set up one of two ways by the installing company: (1) Each command center will only have access to the
local area to which it is assigned, or (2) Each command center may access either some or all areas beyond
the one to which it is assigned.
•
Appendix: Covers the limitations of a Security System, Fire Safety and Evacuation, Maintenance and
Service of your Security System and How to Clean the Command Center.
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Using the Command Center
Part I: Security System Basics
Using the Command Center
Your security system provides quick access to functions by pressing the COMMAND key and one or
two additional keys.
Another way to access functions is through the Command Menu.
To access the Command Menu, press the soft key adjacent to
Menu> shown in the display.
Pressing the <Previous or Next> soft key while in the Menu List
allows you to scroll up or down through the list of functions
programmed by your security company.
Pressing the soft key adjacent to the function being displayed
initiates the function.
To exit the Command Menu, press the <Exit soft key.
Use the Command Menu to locate functions you don’t use often or that don’t have a command number.
Command Center Keys
COMMAND
Use the COMMAND key in combination with one or two
numeric keys to perform a function.
ENTER
The ENTER key is used to complete the entry of your passcode at
the command enter. Whenever a function requires that you enter
your passcode at the command center, first press the digits of the
code and then press the ENTER key. Your system will not
recognize your passcode until you press ENTER.
When Exit> or <Exit appears in the command center display,
pressing the soft key adjacent to it will bring you one level up in
the function or will exit you out of the function you are in.
These functions may be displayed on either side of the display.
When viewing a list, pressing the <Previous soft key will take you
back to the previously shown item.
Press the Next> soft key to pass over the present item(s) in a
menu or function.
EXIT
Previous
Next
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Points
Points
What is a Point?
A “point” is a detection device, or group of devices connected to your security system. Points display individually at the
command center with custom text. The text can describe a single door, motion sensor, smoke detector, or an area such as
UPSTAIRS or GARAGE. There are two basic types of points, controlled and 24-hour.
Controlled Points
Controlled points respond to alarm conditions depending upon whether the system is turned on (armed) or turned off
(disarmed). Controlled points are programmed to respond instantly to alarm conditions or to provide a delay for you to
reach the command center and disarm the system.
The type of alarm appears before the point text when there is an alarm. There are two types of controlled points,
perimeter points and interior points.
Perimeter Points
These points usually include all exterior doors and windows of the building.
Interior Points
These points usually include interior forms of burglary detection devices, such as motion sensors, or inside doors, for
example.
24-Hour Points
24-hour points are always on, even when the burglary system is disarmed (turned off). There are two types of 24-hour
points, fire points and non-fire points.
Fire Points
Fire points exclusively monitor fire detection devices. They are always armed
and cannot be disarmed. You can clearly distinguish fire points from other
non-fire points at the command center.
When there is a fire alarm, the display shows the following:
*FIRE ALARM* is displayed on the first line, text identifying the point as a fire
point is displayed on the second line, and instructions for silencing the alarm
are displayed on the third and fourth lines.
Fire alarms have a unique audible warning signal.
Non-Fire Points
Non-fire 24-hour points are always armed and cannot be disarmed.
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Your Custom Display
Your Custom Display
“At an idle state” means that the system is not currently performing a function entered by a user. There are three idle
states the system may be in:
•
Turned on (Armed)
•
Turned off (Disarmed) with no points faulted (doors or windows open) in the area
• Turned off with faulted points (doors or windows open) in the area.
This manual uses the default idle state displays for examples of these idle states. Your security company may have
programmed custom text for the idle displays in your system. The custom text and the default text for the three system
idle displays follow.
Default Text
Custom Text
________________
Area Name Text
Appears on the top line of the display
Note:
Throughout this manual, all examples of “AREA # NAME TEXT” will use “AREA 1
WAREHOUSE.” The actual name of Area 1 will differ depending on the specifics of your
system.
________________
Area Is On Text
Indicates the area is turned on (armed) and ready to detect intruders.
Note:
The Silence> soft key is only shown when the keypad buzzer is
active
________________
Area Off Text
Area Not Ready Text
Indicates the area is turned off (disarmed). 24-hour points remain armed.
________________
Indicates that the area is turned off, but not ready to arm.
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View Faulted or Bypassed Points
View Faulted or Bypassed Points
To properly arm your system, all the doors and windows in the system must be in the normal (not faulted) condition.
Viewing the faulted points helps you find faulted points and correct them so proper arming is possible.
Your command center offers two ways of displaying faulted and bypassed point information. The first causes the faulted
or bypassed point information to scroll automatically through the display. The second allows you to manually scroll
through each individual point description.
To automatically scroll faulted or bypassed points:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle text.
The View Points> soft key may be displayed on the third line of the
command center if there are faulted points.
2.
Press any number key. The text for Area 1 is displayed first followed
by the number (#) of faulted points on the next line.
3.
The display changes to show the point text description of the
faulted points. If there is more than one faulted point, the display
will automatically cycle through all of them before returning to idle
text.
These displays scroll at the rate of 3 seconds each.
4.
The display returns to idle text after scrolling through the faulted
and bypassed point information.
The View Points> soft key will be shown when there are faulted
points.
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To manually scroll faulted or bypassed points:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle text.
2.
Press the View Points> soft key to display the first faulted
point.
Press the Next> soft key or the <Previous soft key
repeatedly to display the faulted and bypassed point
information.
If faulted or bypassed points in other areas exist, then the
display changes to show these points before returning to
idle text.
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Warning Displays and Tones
Warning Displays and Tones
Your command center emits one of several distinct tones and displays custom text to alert you to system events.
Additional bells or sirens may also be connected to your system. Bells or sirens mounted on the exterior of your premises
alert neighbors to emergencies and provide an audible guide for police and fire fighters.
Command Center Quiets for Keystrokes
Pressing any key on the command center lights the keys and quiets any warning tones. If you don’t press another key
within 20 seconds, the keypad lights go out and the warning tones resume.
Priority of Events
If more than one event occurs, your system sorts them into one of four groups. The groups (highest priority first) are:
•
Fire Alarms
•
Burglary Alarms
•
Fire Troubles and Fire Supervisory conditions
• Non-Fire Troubles and Non-Fire Supervisory conditions.
The group with the highest priority scrolls first in the command center’s display. Descriptions of the tones and displays
for each group and instructions for silencing the tones are included in the descriptions that follow.
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Fire Alarms
Fire Alarms
Fire alarms are the highest priority events. When a fire point activates, your command center emits a pulsating highpitched fire tone. Evacuate all occupants and investigate for smoke or fire. Ensure that all occupants know the difference
between the burglary tone and the fire tone. The tone sounds for the time set by your security company.
Silencing Fire Alarms
Entering a personal passcode with the proper authority level silences a fire
alarm and disarms the system if it was armed.
The system will now display *Alarm Silenced* on the second line and
Clear Display> appears on the fourth.
Then the number of points in alarm (# FIRE
ALARMS) and then the area text appears (AREA 1
NAME TEXT) followed by the custom text of all the
points in alarm (SMOKE DETECTOR), in the order
of occurrence.
If there is more than one point causing an alarm, the
display will show each point for three seconds before
showing the next one.
When the last alarm is shown, the next display is the
idle text. The cycle is repeated until COMMAND 4 is
pressed.
Your system may be programmed so that you cannot
silence some fire alarms until the fire event clears.
Entering COMMAND 4 clears the scrolling point text
from the display.
3 seconds
3 seconds
3 seconds
3 seconds
The *Alarm Silenced* message will continue to alternate with idle text as
a reminder that it is still possible to view the text of the points in alarm by
using the View Memory function. See VIEW MEMORY ? (Command
40) for more information.
To clear the event memory and remove the *Alarm Silenced* message from the display, press the Clear Display>
soft key.
The display will show the instructions for clearing the message. Enter a
valid passcode and press the Clear> soft key.
If a fire trouble still exists after acknowledging the alarm, the display shows Fire Trouble.
To remove this display, the fire point(s) must be returned to normal. If you wish to review cleared events, use
COMMAND 40.
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Burglary Alarms
Burglary Alarms
Burglary alarms are the second priority. When a burglary point activates while your system is armed, your command
center emits a steady high-pitched burglary tone. The tone sounds for the time set by your security company.
The command center display shows the number of burglary
points activated, the point text then idle text
If there is more than one point causing an alarm,
the display will show each point for three seconds
before showing the next one. When the last alarm
is shown, the next display is idle text followed by
the first alarm.
3 seconds
3 seconds
3 seconds
3 seconds
Silencing Burglary Alarms
Entering a personal passcode with the proper authority level silences a burglary alarm and disarms the system if it was
armed.
The system will now display *Alarm Silenced*
and then the number of points in alarm ### Alarms and the
custom text of all the points in alarm, in the order of occurrence.
Entering COMMAND 4 clears the scrolling point text from the display.
The *Alarm Silenced* message will continue to alternate with
idle text as a reminder that it is still possible to view the text of
the points in alarm by using the View Memory function. See
VIEW MEMORY ? (Command 40) for more information.
To clear the event memory and remove the *Alarm Silenced*
message from the display, press the Clear Display> soft key.
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The display will show the instructions for clearing the message.
Enter a valid passcode and press the Clear> soft key.
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Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Events
Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Events
When a fire trouble or fire supervisory condition occurs, your command center emits three warble tones, then a pause
(repeatedly).
The system displays the number of fire points that are in a
trouble or supervisory condition as well as the point text of the
affected points.
Silencing Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory conditions
Pressing COMMAND 4 or the Silence> soft key silences the conditions. In addition to this, entering a personal passcode
with the proper authority level silences the condition and disarms the panel if it was armed. If you wish to review these
cleared troubles, using COMMAND 40 can do this.
Note: Some systems may be programmed to automatically re-sound the command center’s trouble tone after a period of
time if the fire trouble or fire supervisory condition remains. Consult your security company for further
information.
Special Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory Display
If you silence the command center or clear a trouble or supervisory condition for a Fire Point from the display and the
fire point remains in trouble, Fire Trouble or Fire Supervisory appears in the command center’s display. This remains in
the display until the condition causing the trouble is cleared.
Note: Some fire points, when tripped, will display FIRE TROUBLE for a preset amount of time. If no other fire activity
is detected, this condition will automatically clear. If the condition remains or another fire detector is tripped, a
fire alarm will occur.
Viewing Fire Trouble and Fire Supervisory conditions
After pressing COMMAND 4 or entering your passcode, the text of the fire point in trouble continues to automatically
scroll through the display. Press View Points> soft key and then Next> soft key to scroll these displays manually if you
wish. Events scroll in chronological order.
Non-Fire Trouble and Supervisory Events
When a trouble event occurs, your command center may be programmed to emit three warble tones, then a pause
(repeatedly).
If the system was armed the command center display shows the number of non-fire trouble events or non-fire
supervisory events and then custom text for each activated point.
Silencing Non-Fire Trouble and Supervisory Events
Pressing COMMAND 4 or the Silence> soft key silences the Trouble and/or non-fire Supervisory conditions. In addition
to this, entering a personal passcode with the proper authority level silences a trouble and disarms the panel if it was
armed. Press the View Points> soft key then the Next> soft key to scroll these displays manually. If you wish to review
these cleared troubles, use COMMAND 40 to do this.
Special System Trouble Display
These displays appear on all keypads in the system. See Standard Displays for a description of each system trouble
display. Entering your passcode, COMMAND 4 or pressing the Silence> soft key will silence a system trouble tone, but
the System Trouble display will not clear until the faulted condition is corrected.
A system trouble display begins by sounding a trouble tone and then
three seconds later the specific System Trouble Display is shown,
such as Service AC Fail.
Note: Some system may be programmed to not initiate a trouble
tone during these conditions.
Cleared Events Are Not Lost
If you clear the alarms and troubles from the display, you can still view all the events that occurred since the last time the
system was armed by using COMMAND 40 (View Event Memory).
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Special System Trouble Display
Entry Delay Tone and Display
When you enter an armed system
through a point programmed for
entry delay, the command center
emits a repeating warble tone and
displays the following to remind you
to turn off your security system.
If you fail to turn off the security system before the entry delay time expires, it may sound the burglary tone and may also
send an alarm report to your security company.
Exit Delay Tone and Display
After you arm your system, the command center emits a repeating beep tone,
displays AREA 1 NAME TEXT is now arming… then
EXIT NOW! and counts down the exit delay time.
Keystroke Checking Tones
Valid Entry
If you press an appropriate key for the function or entry you desire, the command center emits a muted beep tone,
indicating it accepted your keystroke.
Invalid Entry
A flat buzz tone sounds when you perform a function that is not allowed or when the command center has no
information to display.
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Silencing an Alarm
Silencing an Alarm
The audible alarm sounds for a specific period of time before it automatically
shuts off. If an alarm occurs and you want to silence the siren before the time
expires, simply enter your personal passcode and press ENTER.
To SILENCE an alarm:
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
How Your System Reports Alarms
Your security system may be programmed to automatically disconnect your telephones when sending reports to your
security company. Once the report is completed, your security system returns the telephones to normal operation (check
with your security company). Other methods of communicating alarm conditions are also available. Please consult your
security company for services available in your area.
Your system makes repeated attempts to send reports to your security company.
In the event your security system fails to communicate, the command center
sounds a Trouble Tone and displays AREA 1 WAREHOUSE Comm Fail Route
Grp1 (where the Route Group can be 1, 2, 3, or 4):
Notify your security company of the communications failure.
Note: If your system uses telephone lines as its means of communication and telephone service is interrupted, your
security system cannot send reports to your security company unless it has an alternate means of transmitting
them.
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Part II: System Commands
Below is a summary of the commands covered in this section.
Note: Some of these functions may not be available in your system.
Please consult your security company to determine which
commands have been made available to you.
If you attempt to enter a function that’s not available or if the
function is available in the system but your passcode is not
authorized to perform the function, then **No Authority** will
display on the Command Center.
Press the COMMAND key and then the one or two digits shown in the table below to perform the function. When you
use a command to perform a function, the displays in the function list below do not appear at your command center.
Note: Some commands listed below may not be available. Contact your security company for more information.
COMMAND
Function
COMMAND
Master Arm
+
+
+
Master Arm Instant
Function
Walk Test
Reset Sensors
+
Perimeter Instant
Watch Mode
Perimeter Delay
Special Alert
Silence Trouble Sounder &
Clear Trouble Display
Perimeter Partial
View Memory
Special Alert
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Entering a Passcode
Entering a Passcode
1.
The display may prompt you to enter your passcode.
2.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and
advance from the right side of the display to the left until all
passcode digits (from a minimum of 3 to a maximum of six)
are entered.
3.
Press ENTER.
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Turning On the System (Arming)
Turning On the System (Arming)
Your security system can be turned on (armed) in many different ways, depending on the arming command used.
Arming Commands are those commands used to turn on the system. The most basic arming command is to arm the
entire system. The simplest way to arm your system is to enter your personal passcode or press [COMMAND] [1].
There are several other arming commands to turn on the system. These are described later in this manual.
To Turn Your Security System On (Arm):
1.
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
2.
The command center briefly displays AREA 1 NAME
TEXT is now arming…,
and the exit delay tone begins. After exit delay time
expires,
the display changes to idle armed text.
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Turning Off the System (Disarming)
Turning Off the System (Disarming)
Entering your personal passcode turns off your security system. When the system is turned on, you must enter through a
designated entry door to prevent an instant alarm condition. Opening the door starts entry delay time and the Command
Center emits a pulsing “beep” tone to remind you to turn off the system. Enter your passcode before the delay time
expires and the system will turn off.
If you enter through the wrong door or fail to disarm before the entry delay time expires, you will cause an alarm.
If this happens, silence the alarm (by entering your personal passcode and pressing ENTER) and
call your security company to let them know that it is not an emergency situation.
To Turn Your Security System Off (Disarm):
1.
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
2.
You must press the ENTER key within 5 seconds of entering your passcode, or the passcode entry
will be invalid.
3.
The display returns to idle disarmed text.
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Turning On the System (Arming) With a Duress Passcode
Turning On the System (Arming) With a Duress Passcode
Your passcode may have a special duress feature that is simply your personal passcode with its last digit increased by 1 or
2.
If an intruder demands that you arm or disarm the security system, you can use your duress passcode. The duress
passcode arms or disarms the system and sends an alarm report to your security company. There is no alarm tone or
visual indication at the premises that the report is sent. Check with your security company before attempting to use this
feature.
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Turning On the System (Arming) With Doors or Windows Open
Turning On the System (Arming) With Doors or Windows Open
If a protected door or window is open, you may have the option of “force arming” with that point faulted. Faulted points
(opened doors or windows) that are force armed are not included in the system. The remaining points arm normally.
Force armed points either return to normal operation after you turn off your system or return to normal when the door
or window is closed. Your system might not offer force arming or it may be restricted to specific points. Contact your
security company for more information.
1.
Use your passcode or an arming function to start the arming process.
2.
The display shows Check Area #.
3.
One of the messages below may display in place of Check Area #.
Indicates the system is programmed not to arm
with particular points faulted (doors or windows
open).
Indicates that the system’s number of allowable
bypassed points has been reached. Your system’s
maximum number of bypassed and/or force
armed points is set by your security company.
Check with them to learn this number.
Indicates that more than the number of allowable
points are faulted. Bypassed points are counted as
faulted. Your system’s maximum number of
bypassed and/or force armed points is set by your
security company. Check with them to learn this
number.
4.
The display shows AREA 1 WAREHOUSE Not
Ready to Arm.
5.
Pressing the View Points> soft key will show the
specifics for any points that are faulted, if any,
and bypassed, if any.
Faulted points are displayed first then bypassed points.
6.
The display changes
to show the number
of faulted points in
the area.
Press Next> soft key repeatedly to scroll through the point text for each faulted point.
If you do not want to go through the list of faulted points and want to go directly
to the Force Arm> soft key or Force Bypass> soft key, press the COMMAND
button.
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Turning On the System (Arming) With Doors or Windows Open
7.
Once the last faulted
point is displayed,
pressing the Next>
soft key will start
displaying a
summary and then
specifics of any
bypassed points.
8.
Once the last bypassed point is displayed, the display will change to show the soft key to either
force arm the faulted points (Force Arm>) or force arm the faulted/bypassed points (Force/Bypass
Arm>).
9.
Press the appropriate soft key to arm your system with the faulted/bypassed points removed from
service.
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MASTER ARM ? (COMMAND + 1)
MASTER ARM ? (COMMAND + 1)
Description
Use this function to turn on the entire system, both perimeter and interior. When you turn on the system, the display
shows how many seconds of exit delay time you have to exit the protected area. You should leave before exit delay time
expires.
Leaving after exit delay has expired will cause the entry delay to start. You may also cause an alarm on an interior device.
Enter your personal passcode to disarm the system.
This function may be used by your cleaning service, a serviceman, or others who need to turn on your system when they
leave.
Using Master Arm:
Note: Using the COMMAND +1 shortcut will only arm the area where the keypad has been assigned. Example, if the
D1260 is assigned to Area 1, only Area 1 will be armed when COMMAND + 1 is pressed.
1.
The display shows disarmed idle text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 1 key.
5.
If your system is programmed to require a passcode
when performing a COMMAND 1, the display
prompts you to enter your passcode.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*).
6.
If the passcode has valid authority for this command,
the display shows Exit now # (# = exit delay time
remaining) seconds remaining.
After the exit delay time expires, the display changes to
idle armed text.
7.
To disarm your security system, enter your personal
passcode and press ENTER.
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Master Arming all Areas
If you prefer, you may use the Master Arm ?> command in the Command Menu to initiate this function which will arm
all available areas according to your authority level.
1.
The display shows disarmed idle text.
2.
Press the MENU> soft key to enter the Command
Menu,
3.
then press NEXT> soft key repeatedly
4.
until you reach the MASTER ARM ?> prompt. Press
the soft key.
5.
The display may prompt you to enter your passcode.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered.
6.
If there is more than one area that is set up, the option
is given to arm all of them with MASTER ARM ALL ?
or by pressing the Next> soft key…
to view each unarmed area and optionally arm each
one.
7.
To arm a selected area, press Next> until the desired
area appears (Area name text along with Arm Area #
?).
8.
Then press Arm>
9.
The next available area will appear with the option to
arm it.
Every time the Next>,<Previous or Arm> soft keys
are pressed, the display scrolls to the next unarmed
area.
10.
To arm all available areas, press the Arm> soft key
when the display reads Master Arm All ?
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11.
The display changes to show that all areas are arming.
Depending on what areas are armed or areas that you
have authority, 12345678 may or may not appear.
12.
then displays Exit now # (# = exit delay time
remaining).
After the exit delay time expires, the display changes to
idle armed text.
13.
To disarm your security system, enter your personal
passcode and press ENTER.
14.
The display changes to show that all the areas are
disarmed
Depending on what areas are armed or areas that you
have authority, 12345678 may or may not appear.
The display returns to idle text.
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MASTER ARM INST ? (COMMAND + 1 + 1)
MASTER ARM INST ? (COMMAND + 1 + 1)
Use this function to turn on a single area, both perimeter and interior without delays. When entering COMMAND 11,
remember that the second 1 must be pressed within 2 seconds after pressing the first 1.
The menu entry MASTER ARM INST> is different in that it allows all or selected areas to be armed instantly.
Note: COMMAND 11 does not comply with SIA CP-01 Standard.
Note: Using the COMMAND + 1 + 1 shortcut will only instantly arm the area where the keypad has been assigned.
Example, if the D1260 is assigned to Area 1, only Area 1 will be armed when COMMAND + 1 + 1 is pressed.
1.
The display shows disarmed idle text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key. The display shows *System
Command*.
3.
Press the 1 key. Now press the 1 key again.
4.
The command center display shows AREA 1
WAREHOUSE All On Instant.
5.
To disarm your security system, enter your personal
passcode and press ENTER.
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PERIMETR INST (COMMAND + 2)
PERIMETR INST (COMMAND + 2)
Turn On the Perimeter With No Delays
Description
Use this function to turn on only the perimeter of your building, leaving the interior of the building disarmed. This
function allows no exit or entry delay time through the perimeter, including the designated exit delay door.
This function is useful in residential systems when everyone is home and ready to retire for the evening. You can have the
security of an armed perimeter, yet move freely throughout the interior of the premises.
It is also useful in commercial systems when you are working before or after business hours and wish to have the
perimeter armed. Remember there are no entry or exit delays when you use this function. You must disarm (turn off) the
system to enter or exit the premises.
Using Perimeter Inst:
Interior points are not armed with this command and may remain faulted while arming with
1.
COMMAND 2.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
3.
Note:
Press the 2 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the MENU> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press NEXT> soft key repeatedly.
until you reach the PERIMETR INST ?> prompt, then press the
adjacent soft key.
4.
The display shows Perimeter On Instant.
After arming the perimeter without delays, you cannot enter or exit the premises without disarming
the system. Opening a perimeter door before disarming will generate an alarm. If this happens,
silence the alarm by turning off your system and call your security company to let them know that it
is not an emergency situation.
5.
To disarm your security system, enter your personal
passcode and press ENTER.
The display then returns to idle text.
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PERIMETR DELAY ? (COMMAND + 3)
PERIMETR DELAY ? (COMMAND + 3)
Turn On the Perimeter With Delays
Description
In residential systems this function allows you to only arm the perimeter and exit through a door programmed for exit
delay. The interior of the building remains disarmed. People or pets are free to move throughout the interior of the
premises.
This function is also useful in commercial systems when you are working before or after business hours and wish to have
the perimeter armed. Other system users can enter through doors programmed for entry delay, which will start the entry
delay sounder and countdown.
Using Perimeter Delay
Interior points are not armed with this command and may remain faulted while arming with
1.
COMMAND 3.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
3.
Note:
Press the 3 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the MENU> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press NEXT> soft key repeatedly.
until you reach the PERIMETR DELAY ?> prompt, then press the
adjacent soft key.
4.
The display shows Exit now! # (# = exit delay time
remaining).
After the exit delay expires, Perimeter On Delayed is
displayed.
5.
To disarm your security system, enter your personal
passcode and press ENTER.
The display then returns to idle text.
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Silence the Trouble Sounder & Clear Trouble Display (COMMAND + 4)
Silence the Trouble Sounder & Clear Trouble Display (COMMAND + 4)
Description
Use COMMAND 4 to silence the trouble sounder during system events. This command also clears system messages from
the display. If an alarm has occurred and was silenced, the *ALARM SILENCED* display will continue to scroll to remind
you that cleared events can be seen with the View Memory function (see View Memory ?).
Using COMMAND 4:
1.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
2.
Press the 4 key.
3.
The Command Center sounder is silenced.
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VIEW MEMORY ? (COMMAND + 4 + 0)
VIEW MEMORY ? (COMMAND + 4 + 0)
View Event Memory
Description
Your system stores events that occurred since the last time memory was cleared. Use COMMAND 40 to view Event
Memory.
Event Memory allows you or a service technician to review events after they are cleared from the command center’s
display. *ALARM SILENCED* will continue to scroll to remind you that events are stored in Event Memory.
Each time you turn on the system on, the Event Memory is erased and the ALARM SILENCED message is cleared.
Using View Memory:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
3.
Note:
Press the 4 key, followed by the 0 key.
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If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the MENU> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press NEXT> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the VIEW MEMORY ?> prompt, then press its
adjacent soft key.
Press ENTER.
4.
5.
Your system displays event summary lines and point text in this order:
A.
fire alarm summary line,
E.
fire trouble summary line,
B.
point text for each fire alarm event;
F.
point text for each fire trouble event;
C. alarm summary line,
G. trouble summary line, and
D. point text for each alarm event;
H. point text for each trouble event.
Press NEXT> to scroll through the events.
If there are no events to view, There are currently no
events in memory displays.
6.
You can return to idle text at any time by pressing
Exit> soft key.
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WALK TEST ? (COMMAND + 4 + 4)
WALK TEST ? (COMMAND + 4 + 4)
Walk Test
Description
Use this function to test command centers, detection devices, and sounders (both interior and exterior) to be certain they
function properly. You can review untested points at your command center to help pinpoint any problems.
You cannot arm your system while in the walk test mode, and no alarm reports are sent to your security company unless
a 24-hour point is activated (such as fire or panic). A Walk Test Start Report may be programmed to be sent to your
security company.
Upon initiation, the walk test will test the burglary bell pattern on the bell output and ring the command center burglary
bell for 2 seconds. The AC will be disabled for 4 minutes in order to test the system’s battery power. If the battery cannot
maintain the system for the 4-minute period, the command center will appear to go dead. If your command centers are
programmed to be supervised, the main alarm panel will beep intermittently during this 4-minute period. If this
happens, contact your security company. At the end of the 4-minute period, AC is returned to the system and the panel
restores. To test individual detection devices, simply activate sensors and open protected doors and windows one-at-atime. As each detection device is faulted, the Command Center emits a brief tone and the display indicates for 60 seconds
that the point has been tested. This verifies that each detection device is working properly.
Using Walk Test:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 4 key, followed by the 4 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the WALK TEST ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
Note:
The burglary bell sounds for 2 seconds. When the
display shows ### points remain to be tested you can
begin. (### is the number of points)
If you know the point number, you can enter it by pressing its number key and then the
ENTER key.
The display will change to show the point that was entered. If the point is invalid the message “Invalid Point” or
“This is not a valid walk point” appears.
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Test each point by first opening and then closing the door or window or other detection device.
Check the display after testing each point. For interior points, walking past the device once is
sufficient. If any point does not test correctly, contact your security company for service.
6.
During the Walk Test you may want to see the points
that remain untested by pressing the View untested
pts> soft key.
The display shows ### points untested.
Press the Next Pt> or Prev Pt> soft keys to see
information about specific points that have not yet
been tested.
7.
Move through this list by pressing the Next Pt> soft
key.
The display changes to show the information for that
point.
Press the Exit> soft key to return to the ### points remain to be tested screen before continuing with
the walk test.
8.
When all points have been tested, 0 points remain to
be tested is displayed.
Press the <Exit soft key.
The display momentarily shows All points have been
tested.
before returning to idle text.
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RESET SENSORS ? (COMMAND + 4 + 7)
RESET SENSORS ? (COMMAND + 4 + 7)
Reset Sensors
Description
Detection devices, such as smoke detectors and shock sensors, must be reset after being activated. This function
momentarily removes power from these sensors to reset them.
It also clears point information from the display, leaving the *ALARM
SILENCED* message in the display as a reminder that the View Memory
function can be used to view the cleared point information.
To clear the event memory and remove the *Alarm Silenced* message
from the display, press the Clear Display> soft key.
The display will show the instructions for clearing the message. Enter a
valid passcode and press the Clear> soft key.
Arming the system will also clear the display and the event memory.
Using Reset Sensors:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 4 key, followed by the 7 key.
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If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the RESET SENSORS ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
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5.
The display shows for approximately 15-20 seconds
and then shows this while retrieving the panel
information momentarily
before returning to idle disarmed text.
If you enter this function and the detector or sensor resets momentarily, but then returns to a faulted condition, the
conditions causing the activation may still be present or the detector may be faulty. Check to be certain that there is no
smoke, fire, or other danger present. If you can’t reset the detector or sensor contact your security company.
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WATCH MODE ? (COMMAND + 6)
WATCH MODE ? (COMMAND + 6)
Watch Mode
Description
With your security system disarmed, you can use watch mode to monitor some points. Each time some points are faulted
(door or window is opened) the command center chimes once and displays the point text for 60 seconds. No alarms are
generated by this mode except 24-hour alarms (fire, panic, etc.).
When the command center’s keypad lighting is on, the command center does not chime. The keys light for 20 seconds
whenever you press a key.
Use this function in residential systems to monitor entries or exits in your home. In commercial systems it can serve as a
door chime to alert you when a customer or delivery person enters your business.
Note: Contact your security company to find out which points are watch points and whether or not your system
automatically turns the Watch Mode on whenever you disarm.
Entering Watch Mode:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 6 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the WATCH MODE ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display briefly shows Watch Mode is now on
before returning to idle disarmed text
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Exiting Watch Mode:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 6 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the WATCH MODE ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display briefly shows Watch Mode is now off
before returning to idle disarmed text
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PERIMETR PART ? (COMMAND + 8)
PERIMETR PART ? (COMMAND + 8)
Partially Turn On the Perimeter
Description
This function is used to turn on the perimeter of your building while selected portions of the perimeter remain turned
off. Perimeter points that are not secure (faulted) when this function is entered are automatically bypassed and are not
included in the system. This function does not turn on the interior of your building. Entry/exit delays are provided with
this arming command.
Use this function in residential systems to turn on the front of your house while the interior and the rear perimeter doors
are left turned off, giving you freedom of movement between the house and patio.
In commercial systems, when you need access to the large overhead doors to receive deliveries, using this function will
allow you to keep the rest of the building perimeter armed.
Using Perimetr Part:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
Before using this function, decide which points are to be left turned off. Fault the points (doors and
windows) by leaving them open. The points must remain open until after the exit delay time expires.
Note:
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 8 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the PERIMETR PART ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display shows.
# is the number of seconds remaining, counting down
from 10 seconds, before the system is armed.
6.
When exit delay time expires and the system turns on,
the display shows:
7.
When performing a COMMAND 8 and no points are faulted or if the points return to normal
before the exit delay time expires, the system is turned on as in COMMAND 3.
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8.
To disarm, enter your personal passcode and press
ENTER.
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Special Alerts (COMMAND + 7 and COMMAND + 9)
Special Alerts (COMMAND + 7 and COMMAND + 9)
Description
Commands 7 and 9 can be programmed to respond to a choice of numerous situations that may need immediate
attention. They may also be used to send a silent alarm to your security company without sounding an alarm signal on
the premises. Check with your security company for the options they offer.
Using COMMAND 7:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 7 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the USER CMD 7 ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5. Your COMMAND 7 special alert has been programmed to:
notify your alarm company
ring a bell on your premises
display at your command center
Description:
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Using COMMAND 9:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 9 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the USER CMD 9 ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5. Your COMMAND 9 special alert has been programmed to:
notify your alarm company
ring a bell on your premises
display at your command center
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Advanced Commands
Part III: Advanced Commands
Use this section of the manual to perform advanced system functions like add and delete user passcodes, reassign
authority levels to user passcodes and operate or change programmed scheduled events (Skeds) from the command
centers. As you make changes to the system, update the information contained in the tables in this guide to provide an
accurate account of the programmed information.
Advanced Commands
Note:
Some commands listed below may not be available. Contact your security company for more information.
Advanced
COMMAND
Function
Advanced
COMMAND
Function
Bypass a Point
+
Change Sked
+
Unbypass a Point
+
Delete Passcode
+
Test Report
+
Change Relay
+
Status Report
+
Change Passcode
+
Remote Program
+
Add Passcode
+
Change Time/Date
+
Default Text
+
Door Control
+
Fire Test
+
Display Rev
Access Level Change
+
Change Display
+
Move to Area
View Log
+
Extend Closing
View Point Status
Print Log
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Terms Used in This Section
Terms Used in This Section
Listed below are some of the terms you’ll see throughout this section. Each term is covered in greater detail later in this
section and in Part II: System Commands.
One or more areas reporting under a particular account number.
Account
A group of detection devices connected to your security system.
Area
To switch your burglar detection devices “on” and “off.” When the burglar detection
Arm and Disarm
device is armed and is tripped, an alarm may be set off. When the burglar detection
devices are disarmed, the security system will not detect intruders. Detection devices
programmed as 24-Hour or Fire points are always on.
Levels of access authority assigned to passcodes.
Authority Levels
Arming station used to operate your security system.
Command Center
Determines which areas a particular command center can access.
Command Center Scope
The main control unit, which is locked in a steel enclosure. It sends data to and receives
Panel
inputs from the command centers.
Optional dry contact outputs that respond to system events.
Relays
Functions programmed by your security company that occur at predetermined times.
Skeds
A three to six digit number entered at a command center to access the system.
User Passcodes
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BYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0)
BYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0)
Description
This command allows you to bypass points that you do not want included in the system. Points that are not included in
the system do not detect intruders and cannot send any reports. You can bypass points when an area is disarmed.
Bypassing a point reduces the level of security and should be used with discretion. Points remain bypassed until you
unbypass them or some points may return when the area is disarmed. See Unbypassing a Point (COMMAND 00).
You could use COMMAND 0 to leave a window open over night without initiating an alarm. Also see Turning the System
On With Doors or Windows Open.
Using Bypass a Point
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 0 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the BYPASS A POINT ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
You will prompted for your passcode. It will appear on
the display as asterisks (*).
6.
The display changes to show Enter point number or
press next key.
7.
If a digit is pressed, the display shows Enter point
number: #. As soon as a digit key is pressed, the display
changes to Entering point number:.
(# is the point number entered)
If you know the point number you wish to bypass,
enter the number and press the Enter> soft key
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or the ENTER button.
If you don’t know the number of the point you wish to
bypass, you can view the list of devices that can be
bypassed by pressing the Next> soft key.
Continuously pressing Next> scrolls through the available points that can be bypassed.
When the point text of the point you wish to bypass
appears, press the Bypass> soft key
8.
One of the following messages displays (FRONT DOOR is used here as an example):
•
FRONT DOOR is not bypassed indicates the point
is not bypassed and the option is given to bypass
it.
•
FRONT DOOR is now bypassed. indicates the
point was successfully bypassed.
•
FRONT DOOR is already bypassed. indicates that
the point has already been bypassed.
•
FRONT DOOR cannot by bypassed. indicates the
system is programmed not to allow that point to
be bypassed.
•
Invalid point Please try again. indicates that the
entered point doesn’t exist and the display returns
to allow another point to be entered.
•
No additional points. indicates that there are no
more points that can be bypassed.
9.
You can return to idle text by pressing <Exit.
10.
If the bypassed point is a
24-hour point, the
message 24Hr Point
Bypassed begins
alternating in the display
with A1 AREA IS OFF.
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If the bypassed point is a
Fire Point, the message
Fire Point Bypassed
begins alternating in the
display with A1 AREA IS
OFF.
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UNBYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0 + 0)
UNBYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0 + 0)
Description
Unbypassing a point is a way to return a bypassed point to the security system so that it can once again respond to
trouble and alarm conditions.
Using Unbypass a Point:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 0 key twice.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the UNBYPAS A POINT ?> prompt then press
the adjacent soft key.
5.
You will prompted for your passcode. It will appear on
the display as asterisks (*).
6.
The display changes to show Enter point number or
press next key.
7.
If digits are pressed, the display shows Enter point
number: #. As soon as a digit key is pressed, the display
changes to Entering point number:.
(# is the point number that was entered)
If you know the point number you wish to unbypass,
enter the number and press the Enter> soft key
or the ENTER button.
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UNBYPASS A POINT? (COMMAND + 0 + 0)
If you don’t know the number of the point you wish to
unbypass, you can view the list of devices that can be
unbypassed by pressing the Next> soft key.
Continuously pressing Next> scrolls through the available points that are currently bypassed.
When the point text of the point you wish to unbypass
appears, press the Unbypass> soft key.
8.
One of the following messages displays (FRONT DOOR is used here as an example):
•
No additional points. indicates that there are no
more points that can be unbypassed.
•
If a point number is entered and it is not currently
bypassed, FRONT DOOR is not bypassed will
display for 3 seconds.
•
FRONT DOOR is now unbypassed. indicates the
point was successfully unbypassed.
•
Invalid point Please try again. indicates that the
entered point doesn’t exist and the display returns
to allow another point to be entered.
9.
You can return to idle text by pressing the <Exit soft
key.
10.
If you are attempting to unbypass a 24-Hour or Fire
Point that is still faulted, the command center will
display Cannot unbypass 24hr faulted points.
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SEND REPORT ? (COMMAND + 4 + 1 or COMMAND + 4 + 2)
SEND REPORT ? (COMMAND + 4 + 1 or COMMAND + 4 + 2)
Description
This function tests the communication link between your security system and your security company. It is an important
part of maintaining a high level of security for your property.
Two types of test reports may be sent. The first type of report is a simple test report (Command 41). The second type of
report is a status report (Command 42). This status report indicates the current condition of your system.
Using Send Report
1.
Always call your security company before sending a test report.
2.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
3.
Press the COMMAND key.
4.
The display shows *System Command*.
5.
Press the 4 key then the 1 key to send a test report.
Press the 4 key then the 2 key to send a status report.
Note:
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the SEND REPORT ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
Another menu appears allowing for the selection of sending a test
report (Test Rpt?>) or a status report (Status Rpt?>). Press either
one of the adjacent soft keys.
6.
The command center displays Sending report… Please
wait… until the report is transmitted to the security
company.
7.
When the transmission is complete the command
center displays Report sent for 5 seconds.
Note:
If the <Exit soft key is pressed before 5 seconds
have elapsed, idle text will be displayed.
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SEND REPORT ? (COMMAND + 4 + 1 or COMMAND + 4 + 2)
The display returns to idle text.
8.
If the test (or status) report doesn‘t successfully
transmit to the central station, the command center
may sound a trouble tone and display Comm Fail
Route Grp# (# = 1-4) after numerous unsuccessful
attempts.
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REMOTE PROGRAM ? (COMMAND + 4 + 3)
REMOTE PROGRAM ? (COMMAND + 4 + 3)
Description
This function allows the user to initiate Remote Account Manager sessions. When the phone is ringing at the panel, the
user initiates this function to have the panel seize the line.
Your security company can remotely program your security system using the telephone line to which your panel is
connected. Typical remote programming functions include: changing personal passcodes, changing entry/exit delays,
resetting the system clock/calendar, and adding/deleting system arming commands.
Your security company may ask you to follow the steps below to begin a remote programming session. The time it takes
to program the panel is dependent on the number of changes made to the program.
You’ll notice that two sets of procedures are presented. The one you use will depend upon whether your system has a
pre-programmed telephone number in its memory.
My system has a phone number
My system does not have a phone number
For systems without a phone number
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Call this phone number:
This number is designated for the Remote Account Manager.
You must make the call using the telephone located at:
3.
Identify yourself and your premises (account number, name, address, etc.) and advise the operator
of the services you wish to have performed. When the operator instructs you, proceed to steps 4 and
5.
4.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
5.
Press the 4 key then the 3 key.
Do not hang up the telephone.
Note:
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the REMOTE PROGRAM ?> prompt and press
the adjacent soft key.
6.
The display changes to show the two choices that are
available for connecting to RAM:
•
Answer Now
•
Contact RAM: RAM via phone or network
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7.
Note:
Press the Answer Now> soft key to connect to RAM.
When your security company is communicating with your panel during a RAM session, the D1260 may display
Call for Service…
8.
The display shows RAM connecting…
9.
The security system will now disconnect telephones sharing its telephone line during the remote
programming session. Hang up the telephone now.
10. At the conclusion of the programming session your
system sends a report to the security company and
then returns your telephone to normal service and
your display to idle text.
For systems with a phone number or network connection
My system uses a phone number for Remote Programming
My system uses an IP Address and network connection for Remote Programming
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
3.
Note:
Press the 4 key then the 3 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the REMOTE PROGRAM ?> prompt and press
the adjacent soft key.
4.
5.
The display changes to show the two choices that are
available for connecting to RAM:
•
Answer Now
•
Contact RAM: RAM via phone or network
Press the Contact RAM> soft key to specify the
connection method to RAM.
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REMOTE PROGRAM ? (COMMAND + 4 + 3)
6.
Press either the RAM via phone> (to connect the panel
to the RAM software via a pre-programmed phone
number) or RAM via network> soft key (to connect
the panel to the RAM software via a pre-programmed
IP network address).
7.
The display shows RAM connecting…
8.
The security system will now call the telephone number or connect to the IP Address specified for
network connection during the remote programming session.
9.
At the conclusion of the programming session your
system sends a report to the security company and
then returns your telephone to normal service and
your display to idle text.
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Notes:
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CHANGE TIME/DATE (COMMAND + 4 + 5)
CHANGE TIME/DATE (COMMAND + 4 + 5)
The time and date in your system must be correct for scheduled events to occur at the correct times. Check the time at
least once a month to ensure accuracy. Use this function to set both the time and date. The system uses a 12-hour,
AM/PM format. There is the option to continuously display the time and date in place of area status. The Time and Date
will be shown continuously until a new command is entered or the current area’s status has changed. See CHANGE
DISPLAY (COMMAND + 4 + 9), Time/Date Display for more information.
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
The display shows *System Command*.
3.
Note:
Press the 4 and then the 5 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the CHG TIME/DATE ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
4.
The display changes to Enter new time:
To just change the date, press the Set Date> soft key,
See Step 6.
If you input the wrong time, press the <Exit soft key to
clear the time.
Enter the new time using a 12-hour (HH:MM) format.
Ex:
Note:
If the desired time is 12:34, press 1 + 2 + 3 + 4
The Set Date> soft key will disappear when
the first digit is entered.
Press the Enter> soft key or the [ENTER] button.
5.
The display changes to show AM> or PM> soft keys.
Press the AM> soft key to
select AM.
Press the PM> soft key to
select PM.
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CHANGE TIME/DATE (COMMAND + 4 + 5)
6.
The display shows Enter new date:
See Step 9 for use of the Time/Date Display> soft key.
If you input the wrong date, press the <Exit soft key to
clear the time.
Enter the new date using a MM/DD/YY format.
Ex:
If the desired time is January 1, 2002,
press 0 + 1 + 0 + 1 + 0 + 2
7.
Press the Enter> soft key or the [ENTER] button.
8.
The Time/Date Display> soft key is used to show how
the time and date entered will look.
9.
The new time and/or date is displayed for 20 seconds
before the display returns to idle text.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text.
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DOOR CONTROL (COMMAND + 4 + 6)
DOOR CONTROL (COMMAND + 4 + 6)
Description
There are three functions with the door control function:
•
Cycle Door – momentarily unlocks a door to allow a person into an area
•
Unlock Door – unlocks a door to allow free access
•
Secure Door – locks a door and prohibits access regardless of a user’s authority level
Using Door Control
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 4 key and the 6 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the DOOR CONTROL ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display will change and show a choice of Cycle
Door>, Unlock Door>, and Secure Door>.
Press the adjacent soft key.
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Cycle Door
1.
If you wish to momentarily unlock an access door to
allow a person into an area, press the Cycle Door> soft
key.
2.
The display will read *Cycle Door*1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 if all
door are at a normal state and are available.
If a door is not at a normal state, the
number of the door would be replaced
with a symbol indicated in the table:
3.
Symbol
C
U
X
F
Meaning
Door is not active, in scope, or user does not have
access level authority.
Door is on timed door sequence.
Strike and shunt are latched active (held open).
Strike and shunt are deactivated (secured).
There is a problem with the door. Call your security
company.
Enter the number of the door you wish to cycle then press the ENTER key. This door
will be cycled and the display will change to reflect the new status of the doors.
For example, if you wanted to cycle Door 3, press 3
then press the ENTER key.
The display changes to show that all the doors are at a
normal state except for Door 3, which is cycled.
4.
Enter another door number to cycle or press the Exit>
soft key to leave this function.
Unlock Door
1.
If you wish to unlock an access door to allow free
access, press the Unlock Door> soft key.
2.
The display will read *Unlock Door*1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 if all
door are at a normal state and are available.
If a door is not at a normal state, the
number of the door would be replaced
with a symbol indicated in the table:
3.
Symbol
C
U
X
F
Meaning
Door is not active, in scope, or user does not have
access level authority.
Door is on timed door sequence.
Strike and shunt are latched active (held open).
Strike and shunt are deactivated (secured).
There is a problem with the door. Call your security
company.
Enter the number of the door you wish to unlock then press the ENTER key. This door
will be unlocked and the display will change to reflect the new status of the doors.
For example, if you wanted to unlock Door 3, press 3
then press the ENTER key.
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The display changes to show that all the doors are at a
normal state except for Door 3, which is unlocked.
4.
Enter another door number to unlock or press the
Exit> soft key to leave this function.
Secure Door
1.
If you wish to secure an access door to prohibit access,
regardless of a user’s authority level, press the Secure
Door> soft key.
2.
The display will read *Secure Door*1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 if all
door are at a normal state and are available.
If a door is not at a normal state, the
number of the door would be replaced
with a symbol indicated in the table:
3.
Symbol
C
U
X
F
Meaning
Door is not active, in scope, or user does not have
access level authority.
Door is on timed door sequence.
Strike and shunt are latched active (held open).
Strike and shunt are deactivated (secured).
There is a problem with the door. Call your security
company.
Enter the number of the door you wish to secure then press the ENTER key. This door
will be secured and the display will change to reflect the new status of the doors.
For example, if you wanted to secure Door 3, press 3
then press the ENTER key.
The display changes to show that all the doors are at a
normal state except for Door 3, which is secured.
4.
Enter another door number to secure or press the
Exit> soft key to leave this function.
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Access Level
Access Level
This function is used to manually enable/disable access authority levels assigned to users. It can also be used to
temporarily disable a user’s access level instead of deleting and then re-adding the user.
I have this feature.
I do not have this feature.
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command
Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the CHANGE LEVEL ?> prompt then
press the adjacent soft key.
3.
A prompt will appear asking for entry of the Authority
Level to be modified.
Enter the level number (1 – 14) and press the Enter>
soft key.
4.
If the level entered is currently enabled, the command
center will ask if you want to disable this level.
(Level 14 is used here as an example.)
5.
If the level entered is currently disabled, the command
center will ask if you want to enable this level.
(Level 14 is used here as an example.)
6.
After selecting whether to disable or enable the level,
the display prompts you again to enter an Authority
Level to modify.
7.
Press the <Exit soft key when you are finished.
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CHANGE DISPLAY (COMMAND + 4 + 9)
CHANGE DISPLAY (COMMAND + 4 + 9)
This function presents three options. One is to dim the display, one to brighten the display, and one to continuously
show the time and date in the display.
Brighten/Dim Display
You can change your command center’s display to make the backlit LCD display bright or dim. When the display is dim,
the tones are softer than when the display is bright. Use this option for command centers in bedrooms where a brighter
display and louder tones could interfere with sleep.
If you dim the command center backlit display and an alarm or trouble condition arises, the display automatically
brightens and the volume increases. The backlit display returns to dim lighting when you clear the alarm or trouble
condition.
Show Continuous Time/Date
Use this function to replace the disarmed idle text with a continuous time and date display and to prevent a passersby
from knowing the status of your system.
Any time your command center has an event to display, the time and date display is automatically removed. To return
the time and date display, you must perform this function again.
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 4 and then the 9 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the CHG DISPLAY ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display changes to show the display options:
Bright Display> -
Press to increase the LCD’s
backlit brightness. The
backlight adjustment will take
effect after 20 seconds of
inactivity.
Dim Display> -
Press to decrease the LCD’s backlit brightness. The backlight adjustment will
take effect after 20 seconds of inactivity.
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Time/Date Display> - Press to continuously show the
time and date instead of idle
text.
Note:
Note:
If your system is turned on (armed), you
cannot display the time.
To further adjust the LCD’s brightness, the settings for the Bright Display> and Dim Display> soft keys can be
changed by accessing the Service Manual (99 + Enter).
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EXTEND CLOSING (COMMAND + 5 + 1)
EXTEND CLOSING (COMMAND + 5 + 1)
Your system may be programmed to expect you to arm within a scheduled closing window, which is a duration of time
that is programmed by your alarm company. Your system may also be programmed to automatically arm at the end of
the window.
COMMAND 51 lets you extend the scheduled closing window time either prior to the closing window time or during the
closing window time. Use this function when you expect to stay past the scheduled end of the closing window. Your
alarm company sets the length of time prior to the start of the closing window in which you are allowed to extend the
closing window.
Close window is not currently active displays during the time when the
command center won’t allow the window to be extended.
At the beginning of the closing window, the command center beeps and
displays Please Close Now to remind you to arm your system. It remains
in the display until you arm, the close window ends, or you extend
closing.
Note: The closing window can only be extended once the window has
started.
Alarm or trouble messages replace this message in the event of an alarm
or trouble condition.
Pressing the Silence> soft key will silence the beep and clear the message
for 10 minutes.
If the alarm or trouble condition clears before the end of the close
window Please Close Now message returns to the command center
display.
If you have not armed or extended closing, the Please Close Now message and beep will reappear after 10 minutes. Your
alarm company sets the length of time for the closing window. To extend the window, enter the new time at which you
would like the reminder tone to begin. This time will be the new beginning of the closing window. The time length of the
closing window is programmed by your security company and remains fixed.
When you hear the warning you can:
Note:
•
Press the Silence> soft key will silence the beep and clear the message for 10 minutes
•
Leave before the end of the closing window
• Stay past the scheduled end of the closing window, by using COMMAND 51 to extend the closing window.
Extending the closing window does not effect the amount of time available to close.
For example, if your closing window starts at 4:00 p.m. and stops at 4:30 p.m. and you extend closing to 5:00 p.m.,
the closing window will now be between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m.
1.
At the beginning of the closing window, the command
center beeps and displays Please Close Now to remind
you to arm your system. It remains in the display until
you arm, the close window ends, or you extend
closing.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
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EXTEND CLOSING (COMMAND + 5 + 1)
Note:
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 1 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the EXTEND CLOSING ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display changes to show the current start time.
Press the Change> soft key to change the start time.
Press the Accept> soft key to accept the start time and
return to idle text.
6.
If the Change> soft key was pressed, the display
changes to New close window start time:
Enter the new time using a 12-hour (HH:MM) format.
Ex:
If the desired time is 12:34, press [1] [2] [3] [4]
Press the AM> soft key to select AM.
Press the PM> soft key to select PM.
7.
The display changes to show the new start time briefly
before returning to idle text.
8.
Press the Accept> soft key to accept the Close Start
time.
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CHG SKEDS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 2)
CHG SKEDS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 2)
Description
A Sked is a function programmed to be performed automatically at a scheduled time by your security system. You can
change the scheduled time for some functions, disable the Sked and thus prevent it from automatically happening or
restart a previously disabled Sked. Contact your security representative to determine what Skeds may be programmed for
your system.
To change a Sked’s time, enable a Sked, or disable a Sked, follow the procedure below to first select the Sked from a list of
Skeds programmed for your system.
Using Chg SKEDS
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 2 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the CHG SKEDS ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The number of the first Sked programmed into your
system is displayed, plus either its time or an
indication that it is disabled.
Press the Next> soft key to scroll through the list of
Sked numbers to find the one you wish to change.
Your alarm system may be programmed with up to 40
Skeds. If the Sked number being displayed is not
programmed, the command center will display Skd11
– No program. (11 is used as an example)
When an X appears in the Sked display, it is an
indication that “Except on Holidays” is enabled.
Specific holidays are programmed by your security
company.
When an * appears in the Sked display, it is an indication that the Sked has or will happen today.
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6.
If the Sked is currently enabled, the sked is shown with
Disable this sked> on the second line. Press the
adjacent soft key.
7.
The display changes to show that the sked is disabled.
If the Sked is currently disabled, the display says Skd 1
is disabled.
Press the Enable this sked> soft key.
8.
The display shows two soft keys:
•
Only on holiday>
Pressing this soft key will enable the sked only on holidays and change the first line of the
display to Skd 1 X 08:00AM without the X.
•
Except on holiday>
Pressing this soft key will disable the sked on holidays and change the first line of the display to
Skd 1 08:00am with the X.
Consult your security company and determine which holidays have been programmed in your
system.
9.
The display changes to allow a new time to be entered.
Enter the new time using a 12-hour (HH:MM) format.
Ex:
If the desired time is 8:00, press 8 + 0 + 0.
Press the Enter> soft key or the ENTER button.
10.
If the time is a valid time, the command center display
changes to show the new time with a selection of AM
or PM.
Press the AM> soft key to select AM.
Press the PM> soft key to select PM.
11.
The display shows the Sked with the new time.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text.
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CHG SKEDS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 2)
Sked Table
SKED #
SKED 1
SKED 2
SKED 3
SKED 4
SKED 5
SKED 6
SKED 7
SKED 8
SKED 9
SKED 10
SKED 11
SKED 12
SKED 13
SKED 14
SKED 15
SKED 16
SKED 17
SKED 18
SKED 19
SKED 20
SKED 21
SKED 22
SKED 23
SKED 24
SKED 25
SKED 26
SKED 27
SKED 28
SKED 29
SKED 30
SKED 31
SKED 32
SKED 33
SKED 34
SKED 35
SKED 36
SKED 37
SKED 38
SKED 39
SKED 40
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CHG SKEDS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 2)
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DEL USER ? (COMMAND + 5 + 3)
DEL USER ? (COMMAND + 5 + 3)
This function allows a user to be deleted.
Note: This function will delete the passcode, Master User, and all sub-users associated with the user number.
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 3 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the DEL USER ?> prompt then press the adjacent
soft key.
5.
The display changes to show Enter user # to be deleted:
Enter the user number, not the passcode. (123 is as an
example.)
Press either the Enter> soft key or the ENTER button.
6.
If the user number entered is a valid user in the
system, the display will show Delete User 123? Are you
sure?
(123 is as an example.)
If the user number entered is not a valid user in the
system, the display will show This user is currently not
in use.
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7.
Press the Yes> soft key to delete the user.
The display briefly shows that the user has been
deleted before returning to idle text. (123 is used as an
example)
Note:
The user text is not deleted when deleting a
user. To modify a user’s text, see Add/Change
User (Command 56).
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CHG RELAYS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 4)
CHG RELAYS ? (COMMAND + 5 + 4)
Your security company may program relays for automatic control and/or control from your command center of devices
such as premises lighting or entry gates. Contact them for further information regarding the use of relays in your security
system.
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 4 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft repeatedly
until you reach the CHG RELAYS ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The command center display changes *Change Relay*
Enter relay number:
Valid entries are 1 to 128, depending how the system is
configured.
Enter the relay number then press either the Enter>
soft key or the ENTER button.
6.
If the relay is valid and turned off, the display changes
to Change Relay* Relay 123 is currently off.
(123 is used as an example.)
Press the Turn on> soft key to turn on the relay.
7.
If the relay is valid and turned on, the display changes
to Change Relay* Relay 123 is currently on.
(123 is used as an example.)
Press the Turn off> soft key to turn off the relay.
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8.
The display returns to the *Change Relay* Enter relay
number:
Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text.
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CHG PASSCODES ? (COMMAND + 5 + 5)
CHG PASSCODES ? (COMMAND + 5 + 5)
Description
Use this function to change your personal passcode without assistance from the security company.
Before you begin:
•
Choose a new passcode three to six digits long. If you choose a passcode with the same digit in consecutive
order (for example “33” in 334697), take care when entering it.
•
To avoid conflicting with other passcodes and duress codes, your system does not let you change passcodes
to an existing passcode or to within plus or minus 2 of an existing passcode. For example, if 1234 were an
existing code, your system would not let you change your code to 1232, 1233, 1234, 1235, or 1236.
Using Chg Passcodes
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 5 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft repeatedly
until you reach the CHG PASSCODES ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
You will prompted for your passcode.
As soon as a number is pressed, Entering: appears on
the third line next to the asterisks.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered
and advance from the right side of the display to the
left until all passcode digits are entered.
6.
The display changes to Enter new passcode:
Enter the new passcode.
As soon as a number is pressed, Entering: appears on
the third line next to the asterisks.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and advance from the right side of the display
to the left until all passcode digits are entered.
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7.
Press the ENTER button.
If an invalid passcode is entered, the command center
will momentarily display Passcode is already in use.
Please try again.
8.
If the new passcode is valid, the display changes to
Enter new passcode again:
Enter the new passcode again.
As soon as a number is pressed, Entering: appears on
the third line next to the asterisks.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and advance from the right side of the display
to the left until all six passcode digits are entered.
9.
If the passcode matches the previously entered
passcode, the display changes to Passcode changed.
If the passcode does not match, the command center
will emit a error tone and display Passcode not
changed.
10.
The display automatically returns to idle text after
three seconds.
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ADD/CHANGE USER (COMMAND + 5 + 6)
ADD/CHANGE USER (COMMAND + 5 + 6)
Use this function to add or change a user to your system without assistance from your security company. You need to
know which user numbers are available, the authority level you want to assign to the new passcode and the areas in which
it will be valid before you add it.
The user numbers identify users in reports transmitted from your system. Additionally, you will be able to change the
following:
•
the authority level (which determines what system functions the passcode can access)
•
the area number (which identifies which parts of your security system the user will have access to)
•
the name of the user
•
the card number they use for access control
• whether they are a Master or Sub-User.
Contact your security company if you don’t know what user numbers, authority levels, or areas are available. See the
Appendix for further information on adding passcodes.
Before you begin, keep these points in mind:
Note:
•
Do not try to add new users without knowing the available user numbers. An already defined user number
will be overwritten when the new user is defined. These are two or three digit numbers, not to be confused
with passcodes, that identify users at your security company.
•
When choosing passcodes, choose a new passcode three to six digits long. If you choose a passcode with the
same digit in consecutive order (for example “33” in 334697), take care when entering it.
•
To avoid conflicting with other passcodes and duress codes, your system does not let you change passcodes
that are the same within plus or minus 2 of an existing passcode. For example, if 1234 were an existing code,
your system would not let you add or change your code to 1232, 1233, 1234, 1235, or 1236.
•
Choose an authority level for each area. Not assigning the authority level for an area denies the passcode
access to that area.
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 6 key.
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft repeatedly
until you reach the ADD/CHG USER ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
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5.
The display changes to show Add / Change User Enter
user #:
6.
Enter the user number and press either the Enter> soft
key or the ENTER button.
7.
The display changes to show the user number entered
and the user’s name (if any).
(User 2 is used as an example.)
Press the Continue> soft key to proceed on to
changing the user’s information.
If there is no name for the user, the text USER 2
appears in the second line.
(User 2 is used as an example.)
Press the Continue> soft key to change the user’s
information.
8.
The display changes to Add/Change Menu.
The display varies depending on the type of control
panel that was installed in your system.
My system has a D9412 or D7412
Control/Communicator Panel
My system has a D9112 or D7212
Control/Communicator Panel
If your system has a D9412 or D7412
Control/Communicator Panel, this menu allows the
following User items to be changed:
•
Passcode - Press the <Passcode soft key to change
the user’s passcode.
•
Level - Press the <Level soft key to change the user’s Authority Level.
•
Name - Press the Name> soft key to change the user’s name.
•
Card - Press the Card> soft key to change the user’s card.
•
Sub-User - Press the Sub-User> soft key to change the user’s sub-user status.
If your system has a D9112 or D7212
Control/Communicator Panel, this menu allows the
following User items to be changed:
•
Name - Press the Name> soft key to change the
user’s name.
•
Passcode - Press the <Passcode soft key to change the user’s passcode.
•
Level - Press the <Level soft key to change the user’s Authority Level.
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Add/Change Passcode
1.
Note:
Pressing the <Passcode or the Passcode> soft key will
allow you to add/change a user’s passcode.
or
User 123 is used here as an example.
2.
The display changes to User 123 Add a passcode for
this user?
Press the Yes> soft key to add a new passcode.
Go to Step 3.
Pressing the No> soft key advances to Add/Change Level, if the panel is a D9112 or D7212, or
Add/Change Card, if the panel is a D9412 or D7412.
If the user already has an assigned passcode. it will be detected by the panel and will automatically go
to Step 4.
3.
The display changes to Enter new passcode:
Enter the new passcode.
As soon as a number is pressed, Entering: appears on
the third line next to the asterisks.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered and advance from the right side of the display
to the left until all passcode digits are entered.
Press the ENTER button.
The display changes to Enter new passcode again:
Enter the new passcode again.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered
and advance from the right side of the display to the
left until all passcode digits are entered.
Press the ENTER button.
If the passcode matches the previously enter passcode,
the display changes to Passcode added.
Pressing the Next> soft key advances to the
Add/Change Level (if the panel is a D9112 or D7212)
or Add/Change Card (if the panel is a D9412 or
D7412).
If an invalid passcode is entered, the command center
will momentarily display Passcode is already in use.
Please try again.
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If the passcode does not match, the command center
will emit an error tone and display Passcode not
changed.
Pressing the Next> soft key advances to the
Add/Change Level (if the panel is a D9112 or D7212)
or Add/Change Card (if the panel is a D9412 or
D7412).
4.
The display changes to User 123 Change this user’s
passcode?
Press the Yes> soft key to change the passcode.
Press the No> soft key not to change the passcode and
skip ahead to Add/Change Level (if the panel type is a
D9112 or D7212) otherwise if the panel is a D9412 or
D7412, the Add/Change Card appears next.
You will prompted for the user’s passcode.
As soon as a number is pressed, Entering: appears on
the third line next to the asterisks.
It will appear on the display as asterisks (*).
Press the ENTER button.
The display changes to Enter new passcode again:
Enter the new passcode again.
Press the ENTER button.
If an invalid passcode is entered, the command center
will momentarily display Passcode is already in use.
Please try again.
If the passcode matches the previously enter passcode,
the display changes to Passcode changed.
If the passcode does not match, the command center
will emit an error tone and display Passcode not
changed.
5.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to the Add/Change
Menu.
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Add/Change Level
1.
2.
Pressing the <Level or the Level> soft key will allow
you to add/change a user’s authority level.
or
The display changes to User 123 Add Auth. Level for
this user?
Press the Yes> soft key to add an Authority Level.
See Step 3.
Press the No> soft key to advance to Add/Change Passcode - if the panel is a D9112 or a D7212) or
to Change Sub-User ID - if the panel is a D9412 or a D7412.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this menu and return to the Level changed. display (See step 7).
3.
The display changes to Is this user authorized in Area
1?
Press the Yes> soft key to/add change this user’s
authority level in Area 1.
Press the No> soft key if the user isn’t authorized in Area 1 and proceed to display user’s
authorization in Area 2.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this menu and return to the Level changed display.
If the user is authorized in Area 1, the displays changes
to User’s current authority level: 14 for Area 1.
(14 is used as an example here)
To change the Authority Level, Enter a new authority
level (from 1 to 14), if desired, and press either the
Enter> soft key or the ENTER button.
Before determining the Authority Level for a user,
please consult your security company to assist you in
selecting the correct authority level.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this menu and return to the Level changed display.
4.
Repeat Step 3 for each area through Area 8.
5.
The display changes to User 123 Change this user’s
Auth. Level?
Press the Yes> soft key to add/change this user’s
authority level in Area 1.
Press the No> soft key to advance to Add/Change Passcode (if the panel is a D9112 or a D7212) or
to Change Sub-User ID (if the panel is a D9412 or a D7412).
Press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this menu and return to the Level changed. display (see Step 7).
If the user is authorized in Area 1, the displays changes
to User’s current authority level: 14 for Area 1.
(14 is used as an example here)
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To change the Authority Level, Enter a new authority
level (from 1 to 14), if desired, and press either the
Enter> soft key or the ENTER button.
Before determining the Authority Level for a user,
please consult your security company to assist you in
selecting the correct authority level.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit out of this menu and return to the Level changed. display.
6.
Repeat Step 5 for each area through Area 8.
7.
Once the user’s authority level has been verified for
Area 8, the display changes to Level changed.
If the Next> soft key is pressed, the display changes to
Add/Change Sub-User ID (for D9412/D7412 panels)
or Add/Change Passcode (for D9112/D7212 panels).
If the <Exit soft key is pressed, the display changes to
Add / Change User Enter User #:
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Adding/Changing a User’s Name
1.
Pressing the Name> soft key will change the display to
<? JANE DOE
(JANE DOE is used as an example.)
2.
To change the name use the following soft keys:
•
<? JANE DOE
Pressing this soft key will display a series of help screens where the keypad can be used to enter
specific letters.
•
<Back-Char List-Fwd>
Pressing either of these soft keys will cause the currently underlined character to change the
previous or next character in the list. The available characters are A-Z, 0-9, @, #, $, &, *, /, -, _, ?,
and +.
•
<Left---POS---Right>
Pressing either of these soft keys will cause the cursor of the currently underlined character to
move left to the previous position in the name or right to the next position in the name.
Another option is to use the numeric keys to add characters to the text.
For the keys with letters, pressing the digit will allow you to cycle
through the letters on the key. For instance, pressing '2' will display an
A. Pressing it again will display a B, and pressing it a third time will
display a C.
The '0' (zero) key will display a 0. The '1' key functions like a space bar
- it puts a space in the current position, and advances to the next
position.
3.
Once the name appears as desired, press the
Continue> soft key.
4.
The display will change to New user name is JANE
DOE Is this correct?
At this point you can accept or reject the changes.
Press the Yes> soft key to
accept the name and
return to the main
Add/Change Menu
(depending on panel
model).
D9412/D7412:
D9112/D7212:
Press the <No soft key to reject the name and return to step 1.
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Add/Change Card
1.
Pressing the Card> soft key will allow you to
add/change a user’s access card or credential.
2.
The display changes to either one of the following depending on if an access card exists for the user:
User 123 Add Access Card for this user? - if no access
card exists for that user.
Pressing the Yes> soft key will jump to Step 3.
Pressing the No> soft key will jump to Add/Change
Level.
User 123 Change this user’s Access Card? -if an access
card already exists for this user and you wish to change
it. (In both cases, 123 is used as an example)
Pressing the Yes> soft key will jump to Step 3.
Pressing the No> soft key will jump to Add/Change
Level.
3.
If a card reader is connected to your system, the
display changes to Present card to card reader now.
Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function
and returns the display to idle text.
If the display changes to D9210 not ready, contact
your security company.
Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function
and returns the display to idle text.
4.
If the card you are trying to add to the system already
exists, an error tone sounds and the display changes to
Card already exists. Please try again.
Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function
and returns the display to idle text.
Then the display returns to Present card to card reader
now.
Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function
and returns the display to idle text.
5.
If the card is accepted,
the display changes to
either Card added. or
Card changed if the
card already exists in
your system.
Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function and returns the display to idle text.
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Pressing the Next> soft key exits out of this function
and returns the display to either Add/Change Level.
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Add/Change Sub-User ID
For each user in the system, there can be up to four access cards; one Master User (assigned in the Card> prompt) and up
to three sub-users.
1.
Pressing the Sub-User> soft key will allow you to
add/change a user’s Sub-User access card or credential.
2.
The display changes to User 123 Add/Change Sub-User
IDs? to add or change any of this user’s sub-user IDs.
Pressing the Yes> soft key will jump to Step 3.
Pressing the No> soft key will jump to Add/Change
Passcode.
3.
The display changes to Select Sub-User:
Press the <Sub-User 1 soft key to add or change subuser 1.
Press the <Sub-User 2 soft key to add or change subuser 2.
Press the <Sub-User 3 soft key to add or change sub-user 3.
Press the Exit> soft key to return to the main Add /
Change User display.
4.
If adding or changing a
sub-user and a card
reader is connected to
your system, the
display changes to Add
(or Change) Sub-User
1: Present card to card
reader now.
If the display changes to D9210 not ready, contact
your security company.
If 20 seconds elapse without pressing a key the display
returns to idle text. Pressing the <Exit soft key exits
out of this function and returns the display to the
main Add / Change User display.
5.
If the card you are trying to add to the system already
exists, an error tone sounds and the display changes to
Card already exists. Please try again.
If 20 seconds elapse without pressing a key returns the
display to idle text. Pressing the <Exit soft key exits
out of this function and returns the display to the
main Add / Change User display.
Then the display returns to Present card to card reader
now.
Present the card to the reader to continue or press the
<Exit soft key to exit out of this function and return
the display to idle text.
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6.
If the card is accepted,
the display changes to
either Card added. or
Card changed if the
card already exists in
your system.
Pressing the <Exit soft key exits out of this function and returns the display to the main Add /
Change User display.
Pressing the Next> soft key exits out of this function
and returns the display to Add/Change Passcode
depending on if a passcode already exists for the user.
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DEFAULT TEXT ? (COMMAND + 5 + 7)
DEFAULT TEXT ? (COMMAND + 5 + 7)
This function allows the current state of the area for 3 seconds before returning to idle text.
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 7 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the DEFAULT TEXT ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The current state of the area is displayed for 3 seconds
before returning to idle text.
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FIRE TEST ? (COMMAND + 5 + 8)
FIRE TEST ? (COMMAND + 5 + 8)
Use this function to test fire points and other 24-hour points to be certain they function properly. You can review both
the tested and untested points at your command center to help pinpoint any problems.
Upon initiation, the fire test will test the fire bell pattern on the bell output and ring the command center fire bell for 2
seconds. The AC will be disabled for 4 minutes in order to test the system’s battery power. If the battery cannot maintain
the system for the 4-minute period, the command center will appear to go dead. If this happens, contact your security
company. At the end of the 4-minute period, AC is returned to the system and the panel restores. A message will be sent
to your security company upon initiation and completion of the Fire Test. During the Fire Test, no 24-hour alarms will
be sent to your security company.
If there is no activity on the system for 20 minutes, the system will automatically exit from the Fire Test.
Using Fire Test:
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *System Command*.
4.
Press the 5 key, followed by the 8 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> soft key repeatedly
until you reach the FIRE TEST ?> prompt then press the adjacent
soft key.
5.
When the display shows ### points remain to be tested
you can begin. (### is the number of points)
Test each point by first activating the detection device
to fault the point.
Note:
If you know the point number, you can enter it by pressing its number key and then the
ENTER key.
The display will change to show the point that was entered. If the point is invalid the message “Invalid Point” or
“This is not a valid walk point” appears.
6.
As you fault each point, your command center will
display the point text for 60 seconds and ring the fire
sounders for 2 seconds. This verifies that the detection
device is working properly. Your system automatically
resets smoke detectors.
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•
When a resettable point (such as a smoke
detector) is faulted, the display shows
Sensors…resetting…please wait… for 5 seconds.
During this time power is removed from smoke
power relays.
•
Faulting a point more than once does not increment the test count. However, the command
center emits a brief tone and displays the point text each time you fault the point allowing you
to test multiple devices assigned to one point.
7.
When the point has been tested, the display changes to
show SMOKE DETECTOR tested.
8.
During the Fire Test you may want to see the points
that remain untested by pressing the View untested
pts> soft key.
The display shows ### pts untested.
Press the Point information> soft key to see
information about specific points that have not yet
been tested.
The display changes to show the information for that
point.
Move through this list by pressing the Next Point>
soft key.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to the ### points
remain to be tested. before continuing the Fire Test.
9.
When all 24-hour points have been tested, 0 points
remain to be tested is displayed.
Press the <Exit soft key.
The display momentarily shows All points have been
tested.
before returning to idle text.
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DISPLAY REV ? (COMMAND + 5 + 9)
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key.
3.
The display shows *SYSTEM COMMAND*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 9 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> key to enter the Command Menu,
then press Next> repeatedly
until you reach the DISPLAY REV ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
The display will change to Radionics D9412* Version
6-40
(D9412 and 6-40 are used as an example, other panels
could be D9112, D7412, D7212)
6.
The display will return to idle text after 5 seconds.
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SERVICE MENU ? (9 + 9 + Enter)
SERVICE MENU ? (9 + 9 + Enter)
The service menu is used to access the following commands:
•
View Log - Use this function to review events in your system at your command center. Reviewing past
events may help you identify problems. Viewing events does not require any additional equipment since the
information is displayed at your command center. Events are stored in the panel’s memory in order of
occurrence and tagged with the date and time.
•
Print Log - The Print Log function lets you print the events stored in your security system’s log. You can
choose to print the entire log or set a start date and print the events recorded from that date up to today.
Your system must include a parallel printer interface and a printer to perform this function.
•
Display Rev (COMMAND + 5 + 9) - The command will retrieve the panel’s software version and display it.
•
Service Walk (D9412/D9112 only) – The command will allow all the points on the system to be walk tested
regardless of the type of point. For D7412 and D7212 panels this function must be added to the keypad’s
menu. Contact your security company for more information.
•
Default Text – This command will show the current state of the area for 3 seconds before returning to idle
text.
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the 9 key twice.
3.
Press the ENTER key.
4.
The display changes to
show the service menu.
+
Pressing the Next> soft
key displays more
options.
Service Walk Test?> appears on
D9412/D9112 Panels only
Using View Log
1.
Press the View Log ?> soft key.
2.
The display changes to Enter start date:
Press the Go to last event> soft key to go to the last
event in the log.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return
to idle text.
3.
Enter the start date in the form of mm/dd.
Ex:
+4
To enter 7/14 as the start date, press 0 + 7 + 1
Once you start entering digits, the Go to last event>
soft key is replaced with the Enter> soft key.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return
to idle text.
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4.
Press either the Enter> soft key or the ENTER button
5.
If the date entered is valid, the first event for that date
will appear.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return
to idle text.
If the date entered is invalid (there are no events with
that date in the log), it will display the next latest event
in the log.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return
to idle text.
6.
The display will show one of two ways depending on if the date entered was for an event first in the
log or not.
•
If the date was for the first event in the log, it will
display the next latest event in the log.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and
return to idle text.
•
If the date was for the an event (not the first) in
the log, the display will be the same except the
<Previous soft key has been added.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and
return to idle text.
7.
Press the Next> soft key to go to the next event in the
log.
If there are no more events in the log, *End of Log*
will appear.
Press the <Previous soft key to go to the previous event in the log.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return to idle text.
Using Print Log
1.
Press the Print Log ?> soft key.
2.
The display changes to Enter start date:
Press the Print all events> soft key to print all events in
the log.
Press the <Exit soft key to exit this function and return
to idle text.
The events are sent to a
connected printer and
display changes to
Printing all events in
history for three
seconds before
returning to idle text.
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3.
Enter the start date in
the form of mm/dd.
Ex:
To enter 12/21
as the start
date, press 1 2
21
Once you start entering digits, the Print all events> soft key is replaced with the Enter> soft key.
Press either the Enter> soft key or the ENTER button.
4.
If the date entered is
valid, the events for
that date will be sent to
a connected printer
and the display will
show Printing events.
for three seconds,
before returning to idle
text.
Using Display Rev
1.
Press the Display Rev ?> soft key to display the current
software version of the panel.
2.
The display will change to Radionics D9412* Version
6-40
(D9412 and 6-40 are used as an example, other panels
could be D9112, D7412, D7212)
3.
The display will return to idle text after 5 seconds.
Using Service Walk Test
Note: The Service Walk Test function is only available in the Service Menu for D9412 and D9112 panels. If the panel
model is D7412 or D7212, the Service Walk Test will have to be enabled on the Function list for the command
center through the panel’s programming.
1.
Note:
When the display shows ### points remain to be tested
you can begin. (### is the number of points)
If you know the point number, you can enter it by pressing its number key and then the
ENTER key.
The display will change to show the point that was entered. If the point is invalid the message “Invalid Point” or
“This is not a valid walk point” appears.
Test each point by first opening and then closing the door or window or other detection device.
Check the display after testing each point. For interior points, walking past the device once is
sufficient. If any point does not test correctly, contact your security company for service.
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2.
During the Walk Test you may want to see the points
that remain untested by pressing the View untested
pts> soft key.
The display shows ### pts untested.
Press the Point information> soft key to see
information about specific points that have not yet
been tested.
The display changes to show the information for that
point.
Move through this list by pressing the Next Point>
soft key.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to the ### points
remain to be tested. before continuing the Service
Walk Test.
3.
When all points have been tested, 0 points remain to
be tested is displayed.
Press the <Exit soft key.
The display momentarily shows All points have been
tested.
before returning to idle text.
Using Default Text
This function allows the current state of the area for 3 seconds before returning to idle text.
1.
Press the Default Text?> soft key to display the current
state of the area.
2.
The current state of the area is displayed for 3 seconds
before returning to idle text.
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Using Setup
The Setup function is accessed by pressing the Setup? > soft key.
The adjustable functions that are available in this menu are
High Brightness,
Low Brightness,
and Contrast.
Each of these selections have <- Level +> soft keys on either side of the display that allows you to increase (+) or decrease
(-) the setting being displayed. The High and Low Brightness are associated to Command 49’s Bright Display and Dim
Display settings.
Also shown in this menu is the Command Center address, whether the
Encoding Tone is On or Off,
and the Command Center software revision.
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Working with Multiple Areas from a Single Command Center
Part IV: Multi-Area Use
Working with Multiple Areas from a Single Command Center
Each of the functions described in the preceding section on Advanced Commands is presented as though your system
includes only one area. If your system includes more than one area, it can be set up in one of two ways by the installing
company:
1. Each command center will only have access to the local area to which it is assigned, or
2. Each command center may access either some or all areas beyond the one to which it is assigned. This factor
is referred to hereafter as command center scope.
If your command center allows access to areas other than the local area (that is to say, has scope in other areas), then the
command center will limit your access to those areas within the command center scope and for which your personal
passcode has authority.
Given that you have access to areas beyond the local area, the means of accessing the various system functions depends
upon the specific function.
For some functions, the command center allows you to select the area (or point) in which to perform the function. These
“selectable” functions are:
•
DISARM ?,
•
MASTER ARM AREA ?.
•
BYPASS A POINT? and
• UNBYPASS A POINT?
Another group of functions may automatically work in all areas in which you have passcode authority and which are
within the scope of the command center. These are:
•
Turning On Multiple Areas with a Passcode,
•
RESET SENSORS ?,
•
Turning Off Multiple Areas with a Passcode,
•
ADD PASSCODES ?,
•
DISARM ALL ?,
•
FIRE TEST?,
•
MASTER ARM ALL?,
•
VIEW POINT STATUS? and
•
VIEW MEMORY?,
•
VIEW AREA STATUS?.
• WALK TEST?,
Some functions may be area-specific. To perform these functions, you must first use the MOVE TO AREA ? function
(Command 50) to gain access to the desired area. Once in the desired area you can perform the functions you wish.
Area-specific functions include:
•
PERIMETR INST? (Perimeter On Instant),
•
WATCH MODE ?,
•
PERIMETR DELAY ? (Perimeter On Delay),
•
COMMAND 7 ?,
•
PERIMETR PART ? (Perimeter On Partial),
•
COMMAND 9 ? and
• EXTEND CLOSING ?,
• CHG DISPLAY ?.
A last group of functions don’t relate to specific areas and are thus system-wide. These are:
•
SEND REPORT?,
•
CHG RELAYS ?,
•
REMOTE PROG ?,
•
CHG PASSCODES ?,
•
CHG TIME/DATE ?,
•
PRINT LOG ? and
•
CHG SKEDS ?,
•
VIEW LOG?
•
DEL PASSCODES ?,
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View Area Status
View Area Status
Use this function when you need to know the status (whether armed or disarmed) of areas other than the one you’re in.
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the Menu> key to enter the Command Menu.
3.
Press Next> repeatedly until you reach the VIEW
AREA STAT ?> prompt.
4.
Press the adjacent soft key.
5.
The display will change to show on the top line the
area name and the current status on the second line.
Pressing the Next> soft key will change the display to
the next area and remain for 20 seconds or until the
Next> soft key is pressed for the next area. If the time
has elapsed, the display returns to idle text.
Pressing the <Previous soft key will change the display
to the previous area.
6.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text.
View Point Status
Use this function to identify the number or location of each point in an area, and to show the current condition of any
point you select.
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command
Menu.
3.
Press the Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the
VIEW PT STATUS ?> prompt
4.
Press the adjacent soft key.
5.
In this example, Area 1 is the area and there are eight
points assigned to area 1 that can be viewed.
Press the Next> soft key to view the first point in the
area; press the <Previous soft key to view the last point
in the area. You may press the <Exit soft key at any
time to exit this function.
6.
The top line indicates that you are still in View Point
Status mode. The 2nd line will display the point text.
Pressing the Next> soft key takes you to the next point
in the area whereas the <Previous soft key will take
you to the previous point in the area.
To view the status of a point, press the Status> soft key.
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7.
After pressing the Status> key, the command center
will display the following information:
Definitions:
Line 1
Area name
Line 2
Area #, Pt #
Area # - This may display numbers 1 through 8.
Pt # - This may display point numbers 1-127 and 129- 247,
Line 3
<Point State), HW
Normal – indicates that the point is not in the faulted state.
Open – indicates that the point is in an open state.
Short – indicates that the point is in a shorted state.
Missing – indicates that the point is missing.
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MOVE TO AREA ? (COMMAND + 5 + 0)
MOVE TO AREA ? (COMMAND + 5 + 0)
With this function you can perform tasks in an area other than the one you’re in without having to physically go to that
area. Your access to other areas is limited by the scope of the command center and your authority level. For example, if
your passcode gives you authority to all 8 areas, but the command center you’re working with is limited in scope to areas
1 and 2, then you will only be able to move to either area 1 or area 2.
Upon moving to another area, the range of tasks you may perform depends upon the command center you’re working
with. Once you’ve performed a task (such as Turning the Area On), the command center reverts back to its programmed
area after 10 seconds. Thus only one task can be performed in another area at a time.
Note:
1.
Ensure your command center shows idle disarmed
text.
2.
Press the COMMAND key. Press the Menu> key to
enter the Command Menu,
3.
The display shows *SYSTEM COMMAND*.
4.
Press the 5 key and then the 0 key.
+
If you prefer, you may use the Command Menu in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function.
Press the Menu> soft key
then press Next> repeatedly
until you reach the MOVE TO AREA ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
5.
You may be prompted for your passcode. If so, enter
your passcode and press the ENTER key. It will appear
on the display as asterisks (*).
The <Exit soft key will quit this function and return to
idle text.
6.
The command center will then display the Area Name Text of each area that falls within the scope of
the command center and authority level of the user, if applicable. (All 8 area names are shown as an
example).
Note:
If the user's authority level does not permit access to a certain area and that area is not
within the scope of the command center, or the area is not enabled, it will not appear in the
display.
If the area you wish to move to does not appear in this list, press the Next> key to display additional
areas.
To select an area, simply press the soft key corresponding to the Area Name
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7.
Moving to…AREA 1 WAREHOUSE displays briefly,
and then the text of the area you’ve moved to is
displayed. (AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is used as an
example here)
8.
You are now able to perform tasks in this area. The
number of areas to which you can move will be limited
by the scope of the command center.
If you try to move to an area for which the command
center does not have scope, *NO AUTHORITY* is
displayed.
9.
When you have completed all tasks in the area you’ve moved to, simply allow the command center
to time-out and revert to the area from which you started or enter the Move to Area function again.
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Turning On the System
Turning On the System
Turning on Selected Areas
Areas covered in the scope of the command center can be armed individually by accessing the Master Arm function
through the menu.
1.
Press the Menu> key to enter the Command Menu.
2.
Press the Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the
MASTER ARM ?> prompt then press the adjacent soft
key.
3.
You will prompted for your passcode. It will appear on
the display as asterisks (*).
4.
The display changes and shows MASTER ARM ALL ?
with the following options:
5.
•
<Previous soft key – will scroll to the last area that
can be armed (based on passcode and authority
level)
•
Next> soft key – will scroll to the first area that can be armed (based on passcode and authority
level)
•
Arm> soft key – will arm all areas (based on passcode and authority level)
•
<Exit soft key – will return the display to idle text
If the Next> soft key is pressed, the first area that can
be armed (based on passcode entered and user
authority level) is displayed.
(AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is used an example of the first
area that can be armed)
6.
Pressing the Arm> soft key will cause AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is now arming… to display for 3
seconds before the prompt to arm the next available area is displayed.
7.
Once all available areas have been displayed, the
display returns to MASTER ARM ALL ?
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Turning on Multiple Areas with a Passcode
You can use your personal passcode to turn on both perimeter and interior points in all areas where your passcode has
authority. If there are areas already turned on, this function turns on all areas that are off without changing the status of
the areas that are already on.
1.
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
2.
The command center will display the following:
Command center scope and/or your authority level
limit the actual number of areas you may turn on. For
example, if you have authority to arm all 8 areas but
the scope of the command center you’re using is
limited to areas 1, 2, and 5, then you will only be able
to turn on areas 1, 2, and 5.
3.
If a point is faulted (door or window open for example), see Turning On the System (Arming) With
Doors or Windows Open for further information.
Faulted Points in Other Areas
If there is a faulted point in an area you select (other than the one you are
in), Check Area 1 (1 is used as an example here) appears for 3 seconds and
then the display returns to the area disarmed idle text.
If there is a faulted point in more than one area and the system is being
armed, the display will prompt Check Area 1 3 meaning there are faulted
points in Areas 1 and 3.
Try one of the following:
•
Clear faulted points (close doors and/or windows) and return to step 1.
•
Bypass faulted points (if your system and/or authority allows) and return to step 1.
•
Force arm (if your system and/or authority allows). See Turning On the System (Arming) With Doors or Windows
Open for more information.
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Turn On the Entire System Without Delays
You can use this Command Menu function to turn on the entire system, both perimeter and interior, without delays.
You may use this function in all of the areas or some of the areas where your passcode has authority. If there are areas
already turned on, this function turns on all areas that are off without changing the status of the areas that are already on.
Turning on All or Selected Areas
Areas covered in the scope of the command center can be armed individually by accessing the Master Arm function
through the menu.
1.
Press the Menu> key to enter the Command Menu.
2.
Press the Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the
MASTER ARM INST ?> prompt then press the
adjacent soft key.
3.
You will prompted for your passcode. It will appear on
the display as asterisks (*).
4.
The display changes and shows INSTANT ARM ALL ?
with the following options:
5.
•
<Previous soft key – will scroll to the last area that
can be armed (based on passcode and authority
level)
•
Next> soft key – will scroll to the first area that can be armed (based on passcode and authority
level)
•
Arm> soft key – will arm all areas (based on passcode and authority level)
•
<Exit soft key – will return the display to idle text
If the Next> soft key is pressed, the first area that can
be armed (based on passcode entered and user
authority level) is displayed.
(AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is used an example of the first
area that can be armed)
6.
Pressing the Arm> soft key will
cause AREA 1 WAREHOUSE
All On Instant to display for 3
seconds before the prompt to
arm the next available area is
displayed.
7.
Once all available areas have been displayed, the
display returns to ARM INSTANT ALL ?
8.
To instantly arm all the areas that are within the scope
of the command center, press the Arm> soft key.
9.
This display changes to show AREA 1 WAREHOUSE
All On Instant indicating that the all areas are armed.
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Turning Off the System
Turning Off the System
Turning Off Multiple Areas with a Passcode
This function is useful for turning off multiple areas with a few keystrokes. It is quicker than disarming several areas
independently. Your passcode must have the proper authority level for each area.
•
After enter your passcode, the following will display Disarm:
12345678 All user-authorized areas are now disarmed. (Not
all area number may appear due to what areas are in the
scope of the command center.
•
When an area is turned on (armed), you must enter a door programmed for entry delay time. Opening the
door, starts the entry delay time. Failing to turn off the system before the entry delay time expires or
entering through a door not programmed for entry delay time, causes an alarm.
•
If this happens, silence the alarm by entering your personal passcode and pressing ENTER. Call your
security company to let them know that it is not an emergency situation.
Turning Off Multiple Areas with Disarm All
•
This function turns off multiple areas with a few keystrokes. It is quicker than disarming several areas
independently. Your passcode must have the proper authority level for each area. This function works the
same as entering your passcode to disarm, but allows the Disarm All feature to be included in the
Command Menu.
•
When an area is turned on (armed), you must enter a door programmed for entry delay time. Opening the
door, starts the entry delay time. Failing to turn off the system before the entry delay time expires or
entering through a door not programmed for entry delay time, causes an alarm.
•
If this happens, silence the alarm by entering your personal passcode and pressing ENTER. Call your
security company to let them know that it is not an emergency situation.
1.
The display initially shows that the system is armed.
2.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command
Menu.
3.
Press the Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the
DISARM ?> prompt
4.
Press the adjacent soft key.
5.
If entering through a door which is part of an area that
is armed, the display changes to show:
6.
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered
and advance from the right side of the display to the
left until all the passcode digits are entered.
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7.
If the entered passcode is valid, the display changes to
show DISARM ALL?
Press the Disarm> soft key to disarm all armed areas.
Press the Next> soft key to go to the first armed area
(see Turning Off Selected Areas).
Press the <Previous soft key to go to the last armed area.
Press the <Exit soft key to return to idle text.
8.
If the Disarm> soft key is pressed to disarm all areas,
the display changes to show Disarm: 12345678 All
user-authorized areas are now disarmed. indicating
that all areas are being turned off. Command center
scope and/or your authority level limit the actual
number of areas you may turn off.
For example, if you have authority to disarm all 8 areas but the scope of the command center you’re
using is limited to areas 1, 2, and 5, then you will only be able to turn off areas 1, 2, and 5.
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Turning Off Selected Areas
If your passcode has the proper authority level this function allows you to turn off areas other than the one you are in.
1.
The display initially shows that the system is armed.
2.
Press the Menu> soft key to enter the Command
Menu.
3.
Press the Next> soft key repeatedly until you reach the
DISARM ?> prompt
4.
Press the adjacent soft key.
5.
If entering through a door which is part of an area that
is armed, the display changes to show:
6.
Enter your passcode and press ENTER.
The passcode is shown as asterisks (*) when entered
and advance from the right side of the display to the
left until all six passcode digits are entered.
7.
If the entered passcode is valid, the display changes to
show DISARM ALL?
Press the Disarm> soft key to disarm all armed areas.
8.
Press the Next> soft key to go to the first armed area
(see Turning Off Selected Areas).
9.
The display changes to show DISARM AREA 1 ? (or
the first area that is armed).
Press the Disarm> soft key to disarm this area.
Press the Next> soft key to scroll through the
remaining areas you have the authority to turn off.
To disarm the area, press the Disarm> soft key.
10.
After turning off other areas, the command center’s
display returns to the idle text for the area you are in.
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Supplementary Information for Adding Passcodes
Appendix
Supplementary Information for Adding Passcodes
Use the information contained in this Supplement to help you add user passcodes.
User Authority Levels
Your security company uses the information contained on this page to establish authority levels for system users. For
each of the 1- 14 authority levels, each command center function is either enabled (E), disabled (blank), or Passcode
enabled (P). A function that is enabled (E) is available to all users. A function that is passcode enabled (P) is only
available to users assigned an authority level that includes that function. If you do not want a particular command
included in a given authority level, leave it blank.
If you are having trouble understanding the concept of authority levels, try this simple exercise. Refer to the column titled
E/P on the next page. Notice that your security technician has marked some of the cells in this column with the letter “E”,
others the letter “P”, while others are left blank. An “E” indicates that this function is enabled for all authority levels. A
“P” indicates that the function is passcode protected. Look across the same row, and notice that some of the cells in the
authority level area have the letter “E”. For each authority level in which an “E” appears, this function is enabled (with a
passcode required). A blank cell in the E/P column means that this function is unavailable for any authority level.
Under the heading Authority Level, you’ll see columns 1-14, representing the fourteen authority levels. Now look at the
column labeled 1. Following down this column, you’ll see that some cells are blank while some contain the letter “E”,
which stands for enabled. Wherever there is an “E”, it means that that function is available to users with an authority level
of 1.
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Passcode Worksheet
Passcode Worksheet
The passcode worksheet presents the information discussed previously onto one page, and also includes the user’s ID
number, assigned passcode, and his or her name.
An important piece of information included in the passcode worksheet is the listing of areas to which the user has access,
along with the authority level assignment for each of those areas.
User Interface
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
37
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
33
34
35
Functions*
Disarm ?
Master Arm Delay ?
Master Arm Instant?
Perimeter Instant ?
Perimeter Delay ?
Watch Mode ?
Perimeter Part ?
View Area Status ?
View Memory ?
View Pt Status ?
Walk Test ?
Fire Test ?
Send Report ?
♦Door Control ?
♦Cycle Door ?
♦Unlock Door ?
♦Secure Door ?
♦Access Control Level?
Change Display ?
Change Time/Date ?
Change Passcode ?
Add User ?
Del User ?
Extend Close ?
View Log ?
Print Log ?
User Command 7 ?
User Command 9 ?
Bypass a Point ?
Unbypass a Point ?
Reset Sensors ?
Change Relays ?
Remote Program ?
Move To Area ?
Display Rev ?
Service Walk ?
Default Text ?
Change Skeds ?
Command
CMD 1
CMD 11
CMD 2
CMD 3
CMD 6
CMD 8
CMD 40
CMD 44
CMD 58
CMD 41/42
CMD 46
CMD 49
CMD 45
CMD 55
CMD 56
CMD 53
CMD 51
CMD 7
CMD 9
CMD 0
CMD 00
CMD 47
CMD 54
CMD 43
CMD 50
CMD 59
CMD 57
CMD 52
E/P
P
P
P
P
E
P
P
E
E
E
P
P
P
E
E
E
P
E
E
P
P
P
P
E
P
P
P
P
P
E
P
P
P
E
P
P
P
Authority Levels
1
2
3
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
4
E
E
5
E
E
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
* Command Center Function Authority Level Options: Blank = Disabled, E = Enabled.
♦ D9412G/D7412G only.
Authority Level 15 can not be edited.
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User Interface
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129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
Functions*
Custom Functions
Custom Function 128
Custom Function 129
Custom Function 130
Custom Function 131
Custom Function 132
Custom Function 133
Custom Function 134
Custom Function 135
Custom Function 136
Custom Function 137
Custom Function 138
Custom Function 139
Custom Function 140
Custom Function 141
Custom Function 142
Custom Function 143
Command
E/P
Authority Levels
1
2
3
4
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
M
I
5
6
P
D
D
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
♦Access Levels**
♦ Security Level ?
♦ Disarm Level ?
M
D
P
D
P
D
* Command Center Function Authority Level Options: Blank = Disabled, E = Enabled.
Authority Level 15 can not be edited.
♦ D9412G/D7412G only.
** Access Authority Level Options:
Security Level?
M = Any Armed State, P = Perimeter Armed, D = Disarmed, Blank = No Access
Disarm Level?
I = Disarm to Perimeter Instant, D = Disarm All, Blank = No Disarm Rights
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 000 to 038)
User
Note: Text shown in Times font (ex. 15) indicates sample text.
User
###
Passcode
000
1 2 3 __ __ __
001
123456 ________
002
Group
Area Authority
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
User Name
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
SERVICE
____
1_
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USER 1
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USER 2
003
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USER 3
004
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USER 4
005
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USER 5
006
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USER 6
007
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USER 7
008
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USER 8
009
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USER 9
010
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USER 10
011
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USER 11
012
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USER 12
013
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USER 13
014
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USER 14
015
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USER 15
016
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
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USER 16
017
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USER 17
018
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USER 18
019
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__
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USER 19
020
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USER 20
021
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USER 21
022
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USER 22
023
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USER 23
024
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USER 24
025
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__
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USER 25
026
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
__
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USER 26
027
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__
__
__
__
__
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USER 27
028
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
__
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USER 28
029
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
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__
__
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USER 29
030
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
__
__
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USER 30
031
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
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__
__
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USER 31
032
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
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USER 32
033
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 33
034
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
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__
__
USER 34
035
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
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USER 35
036
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
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USER 36
037
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
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__
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USER 37
038
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
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USER 38
PASSCODE
Product Handler Note: RADXUSR1 is for Users 000 - 124; RADXUSR2 is for Users 125 - 249.
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User
Master ID ###-0
###
Site
000
Not Available
Card Data
Sub-User ###-1
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-3
Site
Card Data
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 039 to 075)
User
User
Area Authority
###
Passcode
Group
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
User Name
039
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 39
040
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 40
041
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
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__
__
__
__
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__
__
USER 41
042
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 42
043
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
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__
__
__
__
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__
USER 43
044
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 44
045
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 45
046
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 46
047
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 47
048
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 48
049
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 49
050
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 50
051
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
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USER 51
052
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 52
053
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 53
054
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 54
055
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 55
056
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 56
057
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 57
058
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 58
059
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 59
060
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
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__
__
USER 60
061
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
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__
__
USER 61
062
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 62
063
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 63
064
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
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__
USER 64
065
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
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__
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USER 65
066
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
__
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__
USER 66
067
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
__
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USER 67
068
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
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__
__
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USER 68
069
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
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USER 69
070
__ __ __ __ __ __
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__
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USER 70
071
__ __ __ __ __ __
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USER 71
072
__ __ __ __ __ __
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USER 72
073
__ __ __ __ __ __
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USER 73
074
__ __ __ __ __ __
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USER 74
075
__ __ __ __ __ __
____
__
__
__
__
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__
USER 75
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♦ User (Token) Worksheet (User 039 to 075) D9412G/D7412G Only
User
###
Master ID ###-0
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-1
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-3
Site
Card Data
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 076 to 114) (101-249 = D9412G only)
User
User
Area Authority
###
Passcode
Group
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
____
__ __ __ __ __ __
076
__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
077
__ __ __ __ __ __
078
__ __ __ __ __ __
079
__ __ __ __ __ __
080
__ __ __ __ __ __
081
__ __ __ __ __ __
082
__ __ __ __ __ __
083
__ __ __ __ __ __
084
__ __ __ __ __ __
085
__ __ __ __ __ __
086
__ __ __ __ __ __
087
__ __ __ __ __ __
088
__ __ __ __ __ __
089
__ __ __ __ __ __
090
__ __ __ __ __ __
091
__ __ __ __ __ __
092
__ __ __ __ __ __
093
__ __ __ __ __ __
094
__ __ __ __ __ __
095
__ __ __ __ __ __
096
__ __ __ __ __ __
097
__ __ __ __ __ __
098
__ __ __ __ __ __
099
__ __ __ __ __ __
100
__ __ __ __ __ __
101
__ __ __ __ __ __
102
__ __ __ __ __ __
103
__ __ __ __ __ __
104
__ __ __ __ __ __
105
__ __ __ __ __ __
106
__ __ __ __ __ __
107
__ __ __ __ __ __
108
__ __ __ __ __ __
109
__ __ __ __ __ __
110
__ __ __ __ __ __
111
__ __ __ __ __ __
112
__ __ __ __ __ __
113
__ __ __ __ __ __
114
__ __ __ __ __ __
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____
User Name
USER 76
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 77
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 78
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
USER 79
__
__
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USER 80
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USER 81
__
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USER 82
__
__
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__
__
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__
__
USER 83
__
__
__
__
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__
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USER 84
__
__
__
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__
__
USER 85
__
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USER 86
__
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__
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USER 87
__
__
__
__
__
__
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USER 88
__
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__
__
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USER 89
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__
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USER 90
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USER 91
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USER 92
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USER 93
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USER 94
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USER 95
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USER 96
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USER 97
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USER 98
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USER 99
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USER 100
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USER 101
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USER 102
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USER 103
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USER 104
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USER 105
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USER 106
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USER 107
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USER 108
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USER 109
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USER 110
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USER 111
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USER 112
__
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USER 113
__
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USER 114
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User
###
Master ID ###-0
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-1
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-3
Site
Card Data
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 115 to 150) (101-249 = D9412G only)
User
###
User
115
Passcode
__ __ __ __ __
116
__ __ __ __ __
117
__ __ __ __ __
118
__ __ __ __ __
119
__ __ __ __ __
120
__ __ __ __ __
121
__ __ __ __ __
122
__ __ __ __ __
123
__ __ __ __ __
124
__ __ __ __ __
125
__ __ __ __ __
126
__ __ __ __ __
127
__ __ __ __ __
128
__ __ __ __ __
129
__ __ __ __ __
130
__ __ __ __ __
131
__ __ __ __ __
132
__ __ __ __ __
133
__ __ __ __ __
134
__ __ __ __ __
135
__ __ __ __ __
136
__ __ __ __ __
137
__ __ __ __ __
138
__ __ __ __ __
139
__ __ __ __ __
140
__ __ __ __ __
141
__ __ __ __ __
142
__ __ __ __ __
143
__ __ __ __ __
144
__ __ __ __ __
145
__ __ __ __ __
146
__ __ __ __ __
147
__ __ __ __ __
148
__ __ __ __ __
149
__ __ __ __ __
150
__ __ __ __ __
Area Authority
Group
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
User Name
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
____
__
__
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USER 115
__
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USER 116
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USER 117
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USER 118
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USER 119
__
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USER 120
__
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USER 121
__
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USER 122
__
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USER 123
__
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USER 124
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USER 141
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Card Data
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Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
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Card Data
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Card Data
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116
117
118
119
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121
122
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124
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 151 to 189) (101-249 = D9412G only)
User
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Area Authority
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
User Name
151
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179
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180
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181
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Master ID ###-0
Site
Card Data
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Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
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Card Data
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 190 to 226) (101-249 = D9412G only)
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Area Authority
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1
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3
4
5
6
7
8
User Name
190
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User
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Master ID ###-0
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Card Data
Sub-User ###-1
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Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
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Card Data
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Card Data
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
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User (Passcode) Worksheet (User 227 to 249) (101-249 = D9412G only)
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
User Name
227
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228
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229
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230
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231
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232
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233
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234
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235
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236
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238
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239
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240
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241
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242
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243
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244
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245
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246
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247
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248
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Master ID ###-0
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-1
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-2
Site
Card Data
Sub-User ###-3
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Card Data
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
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Card Data
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Security System Limitations
Security System Limitations
Not even the most advanced security system can guarantee protection against burglary, fire, or environmental threats. All
security systems are subject to possible compromise or failure-to-warn for a variety of reasons including, but not limited
to, the following:
•
If sirens or horns are placed outside the hearing range of people in remote areas of the building or in areas,
which are frequently closed off, they do not provide the intended protection.
•
If intruders gain access through unprotected points of entry, the system will not detect their entrance.
•
If intruders have the technical means of bypassing, jamming, or disconnecting all or part of the system, they
will not be detected.
•
If the AC power supply is OFF and the back-up battery is either missing or dead, sensors will not detect
intrusion.
•
Smoke detectors cannot detect smoke in chimneys, walls, or roofs, or smoke blocked by a closed door. They
may not detect smoke or fire on a level of the building different from the one on which they are located.
Smoke detectors may not be able to warn in time about fires started by explosions, improper storage of
flammables, overloaded electrical circuits, or other types of hazardous conditions.
•
If phone lines are out of service, reports from the security system to the Security Company cannot be sent
unless there is an alternate means of communication. Telephone lines are vulnerable to compromise by
several means.
Inadequate maintenance and failure to test are the most common causes of alarm failure. It is strongly recommended
that you test your system once a week to be sure that all system components are working properly.
Although having a security system may make you eligible for reduced insurance premiums, the system is no substitute for
insurance. Warning devices cannot compensate you for loss of life or property.
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Fire Safety and Evacuation
Fire Safety and Evacuation
Residential fire is a leading cause of accidental death. Most fire related deaths occur at night when occupants suffocate in
their sleep from smoke and toxic gases, rather than from burns. To help reduce this risk, the following program should be
implemented.
1.
Minimize fire hazards. Smoking in bed, cleaning with flammable liquids such as gasoline, leaving children
home alone, and using unsafe holiday decorations are some of the common causes of household fire.
2.
Install a fire alarm system. The primary purpose of this system is to protect lives by giving the earliest
possible warning of danger.
3.
A smoke detector (indicated in the figure by an inverted “s” in a circle) should be provided to protect each
sleeping area in a home.
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Bedroom
Bedroom
Bedroom
4.
Practice an escape plan. Because there may be very little time between detection of a fire and the time it
becomes deadly, it is important that every member of the family understand how to quickly evacuate
according to the plan.
5.
Plan both primary and alternate escape routes. Since stairwells and hallways may be blocked during a fire,
exiting through a bedroom window must be a part of the escape plan. If the sleeping area is above the
ground floor, install a means of safely descending outside the building if one does not already exist.
6.
As a part of this plan, all family members
should arrange to meet at a location away from
the house (such as a neighbor’s house) so you
will know that everyone is accounted for.
Dining
Room
Living
Room
7.
Kitchen
Bedroom Bedroom
Bedroom
Fire
If it is determined that the alarm was accidentally sounded, the bell should be silenced, the detectors reset,
and your security company notified immediately that there is no emergency situation.
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Standard Displays
Standard Displays
Your command center uses standard and custom displays to show the status of the security system. Many standard
displays are described below. Your system may not use all of them. Descriptions of your custom text follow.
System Command
Displays when you press the COMMAND key. The system is
waiting for you to enter a one or two digit number to complete the
command.
Enter Passcode to Disarm
When the system is turned on,
entering through a delay door starts
entry delay time.
The command center emits a tweedle tone and alternates between Enter Passcode and press the ENTER key to
disarm and AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is in entry delay. (AREA 1 WAREHOUSE is used as an example.)
You must turn off the system before entry delay time expires to avoid creating an alarm event.
Exit Now
Arming your system starts exit delay
time. The command center emits a
repeating beep tone and displays
AREA 1 WARE HOUSE is now
arming for 3 seconds and then
displays Exit Now!.
No Authority
The system does not recognize the passcode entered.
Not Authorized
The passcode entered does not have the authority to perform the
function requested.
Perimeter Delay
Indicates that the perimeter is armed (turned on) with entry/exit
delay time. (See Turning On the System With Delays )
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Perimeter Instant
Indicates that the perimeter is armed (turned on) without entry/exit
delay time. (See Turning On the System Without Delays )
First Disarm – Area must be disarmed first
Indicates that the function requested can only be performed when
the area is disarmed. Disarm the area to perform the function.
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System Trouble Displays
System Trouble Displays
If you see any of the system trouble displays shown below, contact your security company to determine whether repairs
are needed.
Note: The Silence> soft key is only displayed if a trouble tone is present. Press the Silence> soft key to silence the
following trouble conditions.
Call for Service
Call your security company. Your security system may have failed.
(Your Security Co. will be replaced with the name of your security
company.)
Service Panel
Indicates a problem with the panel. The panel is not operating. Call
your security company for service.
(Your Security Co. will be replaced with the name of your security
company.)
Service Parameter
Indicates a problem with the panel. Your panel may not be
operating properly. Call your security company for service.
(Your Alarm Company will be replaced with the name of your
security company.)
Service Low Battery
Indicates the security system’s battery is low, or temporarily
draining faster than the system can charge it. If this display remains
or appears frequently, call your security company for service.
Service AC Fail
Indicates that AC power to the security system is interrupted. Check
the plug-in transformer and circuit breaker. Entering COMMAND
4 silences the trouble buzz. The display clears when AC power
returns.
Service Missing Battery
Indicates the security system’s battery is disconnected or shorted.
Service Communication Fail
Your security system makes repeated attempts to communicate with
the security company.
In the event your security system fails to communicate, the command center buzzes and displays
Comm Fail Route Grp1 (Route Group number can be from 1 to 4)
Notify your security company of the communication trouble.
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Service Keypad
Indicates that a command center, other than the one displaying the
message, is in a trouble condition. Notify your security company.
Service Phone Line #1 (or #2)
Indicates telephone line trouble. Call your phone company from
another phone to report telephone trouble. This message may not
appear in some systems.
Service Printer
Indicates that a local printer (if installed) at your premises is in a
trouble condition. Check to be sure the printer is powered on, the
paper is correctly is inserted, and the printer is selected. Contact
your security company if you have questions or the display doesn’t
clear. You system may not include a local printer.
Printer number could also be 18 or 19
Service D9210
Indicates that one of the D9210 Access Control Modules (possible
of 8 total) connected to the panel has encountered a problem.
Contact your security company.
Service Point Bus 1 (or 2)
Displays when a problem has occurred with the panel’s Point Bus
Wiring. Call your security company.
Fire Point Bypass
This display indicates that fire points have been bypassed.
24 Hour Point Bypass
This display indicates that 24-hour points have been bypassed.
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Security System Glossary
Security System Glossary
Area
A group of detection devices connected to your security system.
Arm
To turn on your controlled points (burglar detection devices). When an area is armed
and a controlled point trips, an alarm occurs or entry delay begins. When an area is
disarmed, faulting controlled points does not generate alarms.
Authority Level
Your security company or security representative assigns an authority level to your
passcode. The authority level determines what command center functions you can
execute.
Bypass
Selectively remove points from the security system. You might bypass a point in order
to arm the perimeter with a window open.
Central Station
A facility where trained personnel monitor your security system 24 hours a day. Your
security system may be programmed to contact the central station during alarm
conditions, enabling central station personnel to dispatch the proper authorities.
Closing Report
A report your system can be programmed to send to the central station indicating that
an area has been armed. Opening and closing reports are commonly used by
commercial accounts.
Command Menu
A list of functions programmed by your security company. They can perform most
command center functions with only two or three keystrokes.
Entry Delay
A programmed delay of system alarm response, which allows you to enter an armed
area through the correct point and disarm the area. If you don’t disarm before the
delay time expires, the system begins an alarm response, which may include reports to
the central station.
Exit Delay
A programmed delay of system alarm response, which allows you to exit after arming
an area. If you don’t exit before the delay time expires, entry delay begins. You must
disarm the system. If you don’t disarm before the delay time expires, the system
begins an alarm response, which may include reports to the central station.
Faulted Point
A point that is not normal (a door or window is open).
Force Arm
To turn on (arm) the security system even though one or more points are faulted.
Force arming bypasses the faulted points.
Idle Text
The security system displays idle text at command centers when it is not performing a
user-requested function. Idle text shows the arming status of the system.
Master Arm
To turn on (arm) both interior points and perimeter points.
Menu
A list of functions you execute from a command center.
Opening Report
A report your system can be programmed to send to the central station indicating that
an area has been disarmed. Opening and closing reports are commonly used by
commercial accounts.
Perimeter Arm
An arming command that arms only the perimeter points.
Point
A detection device or group of devices connected to your security system. Points
display individually at the command center with custom text. The text can describe a
single door, motion sensor, smoke detector, or an area such as UPSTAIRS or
GARAGE.
Relay
Your system may have relays programmed to provide control of devices such as
premises lighting or entry gates. Your security company programs relays for automatic
control and/or control from your command center.
Trouble
A service condition that needs to be corrected, such as a broken wire
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Maintenance and Service
Maintenance and Service
This security system requires very little maintenance, however, you should test the system weekly to ensure it is working
properly. A test schedule and maintenance program can be arranged. If you notice a change in operation during normal
use or testing, call for service as soon as possible. Do not attempt to repair the control panel, command centers, or
detectors yourself.
How to Clean the Command Center
If your command center gets dirty, apply a household glass cleaner to a clean cloth or paper towel and wipe the surface.
Do not spray any liquid directly onto the command center. It could run inside the case and damage electrical circuits.
Your Alarm Company
Name:
Call This Number Before Testing
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