Audio Note VINDICATOR Silver User guide

Tuxedo Touch Series
Home Automation System
User Guide
800-08091V3
4/13 Rev. A
Table of Contents
ABOUT THE SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
System Interface .......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Navigating through the Tuxedo Touch Keypad ............................................................................................................................ 5
About Your Home Screen............................................................................................................................................................. 6
Multi-Media Application ................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Weather Forecast ......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
System Troubles .......................................................................................................................................................................... 8
User Codes .................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Extended Functionality ................................................................................................................................................................. 9
LED Operation.............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Safe Mode .................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
SECURITY ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Introduction to Security System Operation ........................................................................................................................................ 10
How to Arm the System .............................................................................................................................................................. 11
How to Arm Multiple Partitions ................................................................................................................................................... 11
How to Display Faults ................................................................................................................................................................. 12
How to Bypass Zones ................................................................................................................................................................ 12
How to Clear Bypassed Zones ................................................................................................................................................... 13
How to Disarm the System ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
To disarm Multi-Partitions do the following: ................................................................................................................................ 14
How to Check the Status of Other Partitions .............................................................................................................................. 14
Fire and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Operation .............................................................................................................................. 14
In Case of Fire Alarm ................................................................................................................................................................. 15
Silencing and Clearing a Fire/Carbon Monoxide Alarm .............................................................................................................. 15
More Choices .................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
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How to Clear/Hide a Control Panel Message ............................................................................................................................. 16
Advanced System Features ....................................................................................................................................................... 16
Console Emulation Mode ........................................................................................................................................................... 16
How to View the Event Log ........................................................................................................................................................ 17
How to Send Emergency Messages .......................................................................................................................................... 17
SETUP...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Brightness and Volume Control .................................................................................................................................................. 18
Display & Audio Setup ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Operating Modes ........................................................................................................................................................................ 18
Language Selection (if applicable) ............................................................................................................................................. 18
Adjust the Screen Timeouts ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
Clean Screen.............................................................................................................................................................................. 19
Routine Care .............................................................................................................................................................................. 19
Web Server/Hosting ................................................................................................................................................................... 20
IP Setup...................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
MULTI-MEDIA .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Voice Messages ................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Video (Audio) Setup .......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Picture Setup ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Camera Setup ................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
USER SETUP ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Authority Levels .......................................................................................................................................................................... 26
How to Add a User ..................................................................................................................................................................... 26
How to Add an Existing User to a Second Keypad..................................................................................................................... 27
How to Delete a User ................................................................................................................................................................. 27
How to Edit a User ..................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Safe Mode .................................................................................................................................................................................. 28
Time/Date Setup................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
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Setting Daylight Savings Time.................................................................................................................................................... 29
Setting Current Time and Date ................................................................................................................................................... 29
USER SYSTEM SETUP ........................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Advanced Setup ......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
System Information .................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Keypad Reset ............................................................................................................................................................................. 30
Keypad Test ............................................................................................................................................................................... 30
AUTOMATION ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Enroll/Add Z-Wave Devices ............................................................................................................................................................... 33
Editing Z-Wave Device Names................................................................................................................................................... 35
Remove/Delete Z-Wave Devices ............................................................................................................................................... 35
Remove/Delete a Door Lock ...................................................................................................................................................... 35
Remove/Delete a Honeywell Thermostat ................................................................................................................................... 36
Remove All Z-Wave Devices ...................................................................................................................................................... 36
Abort a Z-Wave Action ............................................................................................................................................................... 36
Scene Setup ............................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Create a Room ........................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Setting a Secondary (Keypad) Controller ................................................................................................................................... 39
Updating Controllers (Keypads) with New or Removed devices ................................................................................................ 40
Removing a Secondary Controller (Keypad) .............................................................................................................................. 40
Z-Wave Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................................ 40
Remote Services ........................................................................................................................................................................ 41
Compatible Devices ................................................................................................................................................................... 43
IMPORTANT NOTES ............................................................................................................................................................................... 44
GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 45
NOTE: This device is a Security Enabled Z-Wave Controller.
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About the System
Introduction
Congratulations on your ownership of a Honeywell Tuxedo Touch™ Home Automation System which combines home automation
and home security. With clear, simple controls on a touch-screen interface, Tuxedo Touch™ is both easy to learn and easy to use.
A Product/Training Video is provided containing easy step by step tutorials to assist with the setup and customization of the
system.
System Interface
Equipped with web-hosting capability and built-in Z-Wave® technology, Tuxedo Touch can be retrofitted into home electronics
devices and systems without interference from common household wireless electronics.
The Tuxedo Touch supports Remote Services for controlling Z-Wave devices and Scenes remotely from an associated Total
Connect™ account and can be controlled from a smart phone, i-PadTM, AndroidTM Tablet, Blackberry® or PC using Total Connect.
Features
The Tuxedo Touch wireless keypad, used for quick and easy security system operation, offers Z-Wave control of the home
environment, such as lamp modules, dimmer modules, door locks, thermostats and cameras.
• Thermostats – temperature control for energy conservation when away from home.
• Lights/Appliances - turn lights and appliances on when the security system is disarmed.
• Door locks - door unlocks when the security system is disarmed.
• Cameras – control and view up to four cameras in quad view at the same time from any web enabled device.
In addition, this system offers you burglary protection and may provide fire, carbon monoxide and emergency protection. To
realize the full potential of the system, it is important that you feel comfortable operating it.
Your system may consist of one or more of the following:
• TUXS Keypad (black/silver housing)
• TUXW Keypad (white housing)
• One or more other keypads for system control
• Various sensors for perimeter and interior burglary protection, plus a selected number of strategically placed smoke,
carbon monoxide or combustion detectors
• Lighting/output devices.
The system uses microcomputer technology to monitor all zones, and provides appropriate information for display on the keypad
and/or other keypads used with the system. Your system may also have been programmed to automatically transmit alarm or
status messages over the phone lines or wirelessly over GSM to a central alarm monitoring station.
Navigating through the Tuxedo Touch Keypad
Navigation through the Tuxedo Touch Keypad typically begins from the "Home" screen. This is the main default screen (starting
screen) and is the first screen you see when you power up and initialize the keypad. It is from this screen that you select from the
main menu. Once you have made your selection, you can navigate through various sub-menus by pressing graphical icons to
perform the function you desire.
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About the System (cont'd)
About Your Home Screen
Your "Home" screen is the gateway to your System. From this screen you can:
•
control your security system
•
control your multi-media applications such as video, pictures and cameras
•
control home automation such as lighting, thermostat, and door locks.
Your "Home" screen is displayed most of the time and can be customized via the
Multi-Media Application.
Multi-Media Application
The Picture/Video (Audio) features allow you to display personal photos (in a slide show format), and view video files via the
external SD/SDHC card.
It is recommended that you use the SD/SDHC card supplied with the keypad.
In everyday handling, memory cards can become susceptible to malfunction and/or failure due to electrostatic discharges and the
information on the card may be lost. In some extreme cases, the keypad may need to be reset.
NOTE: Honeywell is not responsible for any loss of personal information (files, videos, photos, etc.)
The background and icons shown on the “Home” screen in this manual are for example only. Your system installer may have
changed the actual background and icons shown on your “Home” screen.
Memory Card Insertion
Insert the memory card (SD/SDHC Card) as shown.
INSERT
CARD
Tips for proper memory card handling:
• Avoid touching the contacts on the card
• Quit the slide show/video application before removing the memory card.
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Weather Forecast
The Weather forecast is displayed on the “Home” screen. To set the weather forecast for a specific location,
press on the “Weather” feature. Select USA, Canada or Others. Select Zip Code or Postal Code and enter the
information on the data entry keyboard or press Country/City and select from the drop down list. Weather
conditions for that location are displayed. Note: The Weather option must be enabled, see Weather Display
Enable/Disable below.
Weather Display Enable/Disable: The weather feature can be completely disabled if Tuxedo Touch is
used in an area not supported by the weather service or the user does not want to see weather on the Home
screen. From the Home screen, press Setup > System Setup > CS Setup and enter your Authorized code.
Press the Options icon. Select the Weather Forecast option to turn the feature On or Off and press Apply.
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43 F
Temp.
47 F
38 F
High
Low
Melville, NY
About the System (cont'd)
Navigation Icon Descriptions
To aid in the navigation of the Tuxedo Touch, a set of user-friendly icons has been provided. The appearance and function of
these icons are described below.
ICON
ICON TITLE
FUNCTION
ICON
ICON TITLE
“Product /
Training Videos”
Accesses Product Introduction
and Training Videos.
“Setup”
"Automation”
Accesses the Z-Wave setup,
Scene setup, and Room setup
screens.
“Multi-Media”
"Security”
“Home”
“Panic”
“Back”
FUNCTION
Accesses the Setup menus.
Accesses the Message, Camera,
Picture and Video features.
Accesses the "Security" screen.
“Video”
Allows user to play video files.
Returns you to the "Home"
screen.
“Picture”
Allows user to display personal
photos in a slide show format.
Displays Emergency functions
(as programmed by the installer).
Note: This icon is displayed and
active on all screens except while
in the Clean Screen mode, during
an LCD Display test in
Diagnostics and from the Video
and Camera screens.
Record and retrieve Voice
Messages.
"Message”
Reverts to the last screen
viewed.
“Voice Status”
Allows user to hear system status.
“Control Panel
Message”
This icon alerts the user to a Control
Panel Message.
Minimizing the Home Screen Icons
When viewing wallpaper displays, the Home screen icons can be minimized by pressing the “Minimize Home” icon. Press the
“Maximize Home” icon to maximize Home screen icons. Refer to Picture Setup.
Minimize
Home
Setup
Picture
Product
Videos
Maximize
Home
Security
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Multi-Media
Camera
Panic
About the System (cont'd)
System Troubles
The “Security” screen also displays an Icon(s) if a system trouble(s) occurs. If a Trouble Icon is shown, contact your alarm
company. The following Icons may be shown as applicable to your system:
ICON
FUNCTION
AC Loss – The system is not receiving AC power.
Bell Failure – The system bell or siren has a problem. Note: This Icon displays when interfacing with residential panels only.
Expander Failure – The system has a failure in an expansion module.
Low Battery – The system battery, that powers the system during an AC power loss, is low.
LRR Supervision Failure – The Communication Device used to communicate with the central station has a supervision failure.
Max Attempts Exceeded – The system has exceeded the maximum attempts to communicate with the Central Station.
Pager Failure – The system cannot communicate with an assigned pager.
Telco-1 Cut – The system is not able to communicate with the central monitoring station over the primary phone line.
Telco-2 Cut – The system is not able to communicate with the central monitoring station over the secondary phone line.
Wireless Failure – The system is not able to communicate with its wireless devices.
Note: If multiple faults exist, press the More Choices icon and then the Show Zones icon to view and scroll through the complete list
of faults.
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About the System (cont'd)
User Codes
Each user must be assigned a name with a corresponding 4-digit user code in order to gain access to authorized features and
functions. Users for the system are programmed in a central user setup location that provides the specific questions for
authorization level, partition assignment, and RF zone assignment.
Extended Functionality
Extended functions are advanced functions that can be accessed through a standard alpha keypad or through the
console emulation mode on the Tuxedo Touch touch-screen. Refer to the Control Panel User Guide for these
features.
LED Operation
The Tuxedo Touch Keypad has three LEDs as follows:
SD/SDHC CARD Slot
ARMED (RED) LED
ON – System is armed.
OFF – System is not armed.
READY (GREEN) LED
ON – System is disarmed and ready to arm.
OFF – System is armed or disarmed but not
ready. If disarmed, faults or troubles are present.
MESSAGE (YELLOW) LED
FLASHING – The system contains new
message(s) for the User.
OFF – No new messages.
RESET BUTTON
Press to reset keypad
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NOTE: If the Screen Blackout feature (*EN50131 Display) is enabled (see below) the keypad returns to the “Home” screen and
the “Armed” and “Ready” status LEDs turn OFF after 30 seconds. The keypad will remain in this state until a valid user code is
entered.
*The EN50131 Display compliance feature is a European Standard designed to prevent unauthorized users from viewing the
status of the Security System.
Safe Mode
The Keypad contains a Safe Mode of operation. In the rare event that the keypad cannot successfully communicate in its graphic
mode with the control panel, the Safe Mode is a backup mode that ensures that you can communicate with your system. Refer to
the Safe Mode section for further information.
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Introduction to Security System Operation
You can arm the system in one of three arming modes: Away, Stay, and Night. The following table lists the three different
arming modes and the results of each.
FEATURES FOR EACH ARMING MODE
Arming
Mode
FUNCTION
Exit
Delay
Entry
Delay
Perimeter
Armed
Interior
Armed
AWAY
Press to arm when no one is staying on the
premises. When armed in AWAY, the
system sounds an alarm if a protected door
or window is opened, or if any movement is
detected inside the premises.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Press to arm when you are staying home,
but might expect someone to use the
entrance door later.
When armed in STAY, the system sounds
an alarm if a protected door or window is
opened, but you may otherwise move freely
throughout the premises.
Press to arm when you are staying home
and do not expect anyone to use the
entrance door. Your installer may have
configured NIGHT Mode differently; have
the installer describe the actual settings of
this mode.
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes (set for Away or
Maximum Mode)
No (set for Stay or Instant
Mode)
See Night Mode note below
STAY
NIGHT
Yes
Yes (set for Away or
Stay Mode)
No (set for Instant or
Maximum Mode)
Note: Night Mode (on Residential Panels Only) arms all perimeter zones plus all zones listed in Zone List 5.
Important: On Commercial systems, “Away Auto Stay” mode is shown as “Away” mode (with all zones monitored).
However, some interior zones may not be armed.
Note: The Voice Status Icon (
) indicates the Voice feature. Press the Voice Status Icon to hear system status.
Wait 3 seconds and press again to hear Zone Faults or Trouble conditions. Voice status will annunciate even if Voice
mode and Chime mode are disabled. Note that the Voice feature must be enabled (by the installer) for this icon to
function correctly during an alarm condition.
Note: There is a communicator delay of 30 seconds. This delay will prevent a report to the central station if the
control panel is disarmed within 30 seconds after an intrusion alarm is triggered. This delay can be removed, or it
can be increased up to 45 seconds at the option of the user by consulting with the installer. Note that emergency,
carbon monoxide, and fire-type alarms are normally reported without delay.
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How to Arm the System
Arming the system in any mode is performed in the same way, as described below.
Note: Close all perimeter windows and doors before arming.
Arm the system as follows:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the “Home” screen, press the
SECURITY icon.
2. Press the selected arming icon.
-a text message appears stating which zones are
arming and whether or not there is an entry delay
-the screen changes to display the remaining exit
delay time, and
-the exit delay time continues to count down to one.
NOTES
Note: If Quick Arm is Not enabled in your system, a message to enter your
User Code is received.
When the system is armed for Stay, Night Stay and Instant mode, the
keypad beeps 3 times.
When the system is armed for Away and Maximum mode, you will hear
steady beeps then rapid beeping during the last 10 seconds of Exit Delay.
When exit delay time expires, the screen automatically changes to indicate
the system is "Armed".
Note: For CP-01 installations, Maximum Mode cannot be used.
How to Arm Multiple Partitions
Note: Some systems may not have multiple partitions and the “Arm Multi-Partitions” icon may not be displayed.
To arm multiple partitions:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the “Home” screen, press the
Security icon and then the Arm MultiPartition icon.
2. Select the appropriate arming mode.
3. Enter the User Code authorized to access
other partition(s).
4. Highlight the partition from the list on
the screen, and press OK.
5. Select ALL to arm all partitions listed.
NOTES
Notes:
•
A user may have access to some or all of the available partitions.
•
If the user code is accepted, the system displays the partitions that
the user has access to.
When exit delay time expires, the screen automatically changes to indicate
the system is "Armed".
Note: If any zones are bypassed, a “Display Faults” (
displayed on this screen.
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How to Display Faults
The Display Faults function is used when you see a “Not Ready Fault” message and want to determine where the fault is and
what type of fault it is. To display faults do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. From the "Security" screen, press the
A listing of faulted and/or bypassed zones is displayed.
2. If the fault cannot be corrected, you may
As applicable, take corrective action such as closing a window or door to
correct the fault.
DISPLAY FAULTS icon.
choose to bypass a zone by pressing the zone
and highlighting it and then pressing the
BYPASS SELECTED icon.
Show Zones Icons
Clear
Bypasses
Refresh
Data
Distressed Zones Icons
Bypass
Selected
Bypass All
istressed
Zones
Alarm
Troubles
Faults
Bypass
Zones
Low
Battery
All
How to Bypass Zones
The Bypass function is used when you want to arm the system with one or more zones left open. Bypassed zones are unprotected
and do not cause an alarm when violated while the system is armed.
• Residential systems do not allow you to bypass fire, carbon monoxide or emergency zones. On commercial fire systems, a specified user
•
may be allowed to bypass fire, carbon monoxide and system zones if the user was enabled by your system installer.
Limits apply as to how many zones can be bypassed at one time. These limits are ten zones on residential systems and five zones on
commercial systems.
To bypass zones do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the “Home” screen, press the
SECURITY icon.
2. Press the MORE CHOICES icon.
3. Press the SHOW ZONES icon.
4. Highlight the zone(s) to be bypassed and
press the BYPASS SELECTED icon.
5. Enter the 4-digit user code.
NOTES
Note: If any zones are bypassed or faulted, a Display Faults icon is also
displayed on this screen.
While the keypad is requesting and receiving the zone data from the control
panel, the screen displays "Please Wait!". Then the zones, along with their
current status, are displayed.
Note: If zones have already been bypassed, the top of this screen indicates
“Ready Bypass”.
The screen is displayed with the instructions "To Bypass Zones, Enter
Code".
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ICON
ACTION
6. Press the BACK icon to return to the
“Arming” screen.
NOTES
The "More Choices" screen is displayed showing the system status as ReadyBypass.
How to Clear Bypassed Zones
A bypassed zone is automatically unbypassed when you disarm the system. If a zone is bypassed, you can remove the bypass as
follows:
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the SHOW ZONES icon.
2. Press the CLEAR BYPASSES icon.
3. Enter your 4-digit user code. The "More
Choices" screen is displayed showing the
system as Ready to Arm.
NOTES
While the keypad is requesting and receiving the zone data from the control
panel, the screen displays "Please Wait!". Then the zones, along with their
current status, are displayed.
Note: If the system is armed and you unbypass a zone, it disarms the
system. If zones are still faulted (not ready) the system will indicate the
status as “Not Ready Fault”.
How to Disarm the System
IMPORTANT: If you return to your home or business and the main burglary sounder is on, DO NOT enter the premises, but call
the police from a nearby safe location. If you return to your home or business after an alarm has occurred and the main sounder
has shut itself off, the keypad beeps rapidly upon entering, indicating that an alarm has occurred during your absence. LEAVE
IMMEDIATELY and CONTACT THE POLICE from a nearby safe location.
The system may be disarmed using either of two methods. One method is employed when you enter the premises and the other is
when you have been in the premises with the system armed (i.e., Stay and Night arming modes).
To disarm the system when entering the premises:
The keypad automatically displays the Entry Delay Active screen when you enter the premises.
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. Enter your 4-digit user code.
The partition is disarmed and the "Arming" screen is displayed showing the
system as Ready to Arm.
Note: If you have a commercial system and a time window has been defined
for when you may disarm the system, the system does not disarm if you are
outside that time window.
To disarm the system when already in the premises:
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the Disarm icon.
2. Enter your 4-digit user code.
NOTES
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To disarm Multi-Partitions do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the “Home” screen, press the Security
icon.
2. Press the Arm Multi-Partition icon.
3. Press the Disarm icon.
4. Enter your 4-digit user code.
5. Highlight the partition(s) to disarm and press
OK, or press ALL to disarm all partitions.
NOTES
The keypad displays “Multi-Partition Arming”.
How to Check the Status of Other Partitions
This system supports between one and eight Partitions (depending on the system.) Partitioning enables a single physical alarm
system to control up to eight areas of protection (partitions) depending on the system you have purchased. Each Touch-Screen
keypad is assigned a default partition for display purposes, and shows only that partition's information.
Note: A letter “H” following the partition name or number indicates that this is the default partition for the keypad.
For example, if your physical site is a four-apartment housing unit, your alarm system may be configured with four partitions.
Each apartment’s zones (door, windows, smoke detectors, etc.) are assigned to separate partitions, giving each apartment
independent arming/disarming control of its own partition (area). A landlord or manager may be granted access to all partitions,
so he/she can control the entire system.
If a user is so authorized, a keypad or other keypad in one partition can be used to perform system functions in another partition.
(Note that only those partitions authorized and programmed by the installer can be accessed in this manner.)
To check the status of other partitions perform the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the SECURITY icon.
2. Press the "Current Partition" icon (lower
edge of the screen; in this case it displays P1
H unless changed by installer).
3. Enter the code authorized to access other
partition(s).
If the code is accepted, the system displays the
partitions that user has access to.
NOTES
This screen displays the available partitions and their current status.
The current partition is shown at the top of the display (P1). To change this
assignment, select the appropriate icon (e.g., press P2 to switch control to
Partition 2).
Note: After leaving this screen when using a residential panel, the selected
partition in the keypad automatically reverts back to the keypad’s home
partition after two minutes. When using commercial panels, you must select
the keypad’s home partition to return to it.
Note: A code may have access to some or all of the available partitions.
Fire and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Operation
Your fire alarm system and carbon monoxide detector (if installed) is on 24 hours a day, providing continuous protection. In the
event of an emergency, the installed smoke, heat, carbon monoxide detectors automatically send signals to your
Control/Communicator, triggering a loud interrupted sound from the keypad. An interrupted sound is also produced by optional
exterior sounders. EVACUATE ALL OCCUPANTS FROM THE PREMISES IMMEDIATELY. Notify your Central
Station/Security Company immediately and wait for further instructions.
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UL
CO annunciation has not been investigated by UL and may not be used for UL installations.
In Case of Fire Alarm
1.
2.
3.
4.
A FIRE message appears at your keypad and remains on until you silence the alarm.
Should you become aware of a fire emergency before your detectors sense the problem, go to your nearest keypad and
manually initiate an alarm by pressing the panic key assigned as FIRE emergency (if programmed by the installer) and hold
down for at least 2 seconds.
Evacuate all occupants from the premises.
If flames and/or smoke are present, leave the premises and notify your local Fire Department immediately.
Silencing and Clearing a Fire/Carbon Monoxide Alarm
1. Silence, acknowledge, and clear the alarm by:
a. For Residential Systems: Press “Touch here to Silence” on the display to silence the alarm.
For Commercial Systems: Enter your code. This silences and acknowledges the alarm and disarming of the system (if
armed).
b. For Residential Systems: Press the CLEAR icon followed by your code. This acknowledges the alarm and the
disarming of the system (if armed).
For Commercial Systems: Press the CLEAR icon followed by your code. The system attempts to clear the alarm from
memory. If NOT successful (i.e., smoke in the detector) the Security screen is displayed and the Display Faults icon
displays a “Not Ready Fault”.
c. Press the DISPLAY FAULTS icon on the Arming screen. The faulted fire/carbon monoxide zone is displayed.
d. Press the CLEAR icon and then enter your code. This clears the Fire Alarm/CO Alarm from the system.
2. If the keypad does not indicate a READY condition after the second sequence, press the DISPLAY FAULTS key on the
Arming screen to display the zone(s) that are faulted. Be sure to check that smoke detectors/carbon monoxide detectors are
not responding to smoke, heat, or gas producing objects in their vicinity. In this case, eliminate the source of heat, smoke or
leak.
3. If this does not remedy the problem, there may still be smoke/gas in the detector. Clear it by fanning the detector for about
30 seconds.
4. When the problem has been corrected, clear the display by entering the DISPLAY FAULTS icon on the Arming screen,
selecting the fire or carbon monoxide zone, pressing the CLEAR icon and then entering your user code.
Note: Contact your Central Station/Security Company for servicing if you have further problems with your system.
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More Choices
How to Clear/Hide a Control Panel Message
The Control Panel Message icon alerts the user to a control panel message. When a Control Panel Message is displayed, the user
has two options. User can clear the Control Panel Message immediately, or minimize the window and clear it at a later time.
To Clear/Hide the Control Panel Message, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. To clear; press CLEAR.
2. Enter your Authorized Code or,
3. To hide; press HIDE to clear the Control Panel
Message later.
NOTES
Once your Authorized Code is accepted, the Control Panel Message is
cleared.
If the alarm is still present, press CLEAR again and then enter your
Authorized Code again.
Press the HIDE icon to address the condition later.
Advanced System Features
While most of the commonly used security functions are available from the keypad’s advanced user interface, there are some
less used, advanced features that can either be accessed through Console Emulation mode on the keypad or a standard alpha
keypad. To use features not supported by the keypad, refer to your Control Panel User Guide.
Console Emulation Mode
Console Emulation Mode allows you to use a keypad interface just as you would a regular system keypad. All commands shown
in Console Emulation mode can also be executed from a standard alpha keypad.
Notes:
• It is recommended that you do not use the Console Emulation Mode to enter GOTO commands. Unsatisfactory operation may
result from issuing GOTO commands in Console Emulation.
• Two icon panics (1 & *, 3 & #, and * & #) do not function in the Console Emulation Mode. The A, B, C, and D icons do function
if programmed as panic keys. Check with your system installer for details.
• Commercial systems with Alpha keypads have a feature where if you press a key for 5 seconds, you receive self help messages
about the pressed key or holding the * key for 5 seconds to provide zone descriptors. These features do not function in the
keypad as all key presses are instantaneous.
How to Enter Console Emulation Mode
To access Console Emulation Mode, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the Home screen, press the SECURITY
icon.
2. Press the MORE CHOICES icon.
3. Press the CONSOLE MODE icon.
NOTES
Perform functions as you would from a standard alpha keypad.
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Security (cont'd)
How to View the Event Log
Your system has the ability to record various events in a history log wherein each event is recorded with the time and date of its
occurrence. The control panel must be programmed to record various system events in the installer programming mode.
To view the Event Log, perform the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the “Home” screen, press Security and
then the MORE CHOICES icon.
2. Press the EVENT LOGS icon; the first ten
events are displayed.
3. Press the SHOW MORE button to view all
items, and press the up/down arrows to scroll
through the event log.
NOTES
Note: While keypad is requesting and receiving the event log data from the
control panel, the "Event Log" screen displays "Please Wait!"
The Next>> and <<Previous icons are shown for commercial panels only
when 100 or more events are in the log. They are not shown for residential
panels.
When All Partitions or All Events icon is pressed, and more than 100
events exist, the Next>> and <<Previous icons are displayed showing the
next 100 or previous 100 events.
How to Send Emergency Messages
An emergency message for fire, panic, or medical can be sent to the central monitoring station from the Emergency screen. The
Emergency screen can be accessed by activating the "PANIC" Icon located on the lower right corner of the screen.
Perform the following to send an emergency message.
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the PANIC Icon.
2. Press and hold (for at least 2 seconds) the
associated alarm icon (FIRE, PANIC, SILENT
PANIC or MEDICAL).
NOTES
You are immediately returned to the screen from which you pressed the
“PANIC” Icon.
NOTE: The Emergency screen cannot be accessed while running a
screen diagnostic test or while in the clean screen mode.
Emergency Icons
• Emergency messages are optional and may not be available on your
Fire
UL
Panic
Silent Panic
system. Ask your system installer if emergency messages are available
on your system.
Medical
Medical functionality has not been evaluated by UL and may not be used in UL Listed applications.
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Setup
Setup allows you to make changes to the way your keypad is operating. You may access the Brightness and Volume, Display &
Audio Setup, IP Setup and System Setup from the "Setup" screen.
Brightness and Volume Control
From the "Home" screen, access the "Setup" screen as follows:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
If changes are made, when you exit a Settings Changed! pop-up window is
1. Press the Setup icon.
displayed asking “Remember New Settings?“
2. Move the Brightness/Volume slide bar up or
Yes saves the change.
down to increase or decrease settings.
No discards the change.
Display & Audio Setup
You may access Operating Modes, Backlight Off After time, To Homepage After time, Auto Slideshow After time,
Language Selection, and Clean Screen from Display & Audio Setup.
Operating Modes
Operating modes provides access to Chime Mode, Voice Mode, and Voice Chime which allows you to turn the keypad chime
mode and voice mode on or off.
• Chime Mode – Keypad chimes whenever a door or window is open.
• Voice Mode – Keypad voice annunciates whenever a change in system status occurs.
• Voice Chime – The chime mode and voice mode are in effect with the chime beeps followed by voice annunciation.
Access the "Operating Modes" screen as follows:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. From the “Setup” screen, press the Disp &
Audio Setup icon.
2. Enter your “Authorized Code", if required.
3. Select Chime Mode or Voice Mode to turn the
mode on or off.
4. Press the HOME or BACK icon after making
your selection.
If the Chime Mode and Voice Mode are both selected, the Voice Chime is
automatically selected.
It may take a few seconds for the Chime Mode to take effect.
When the keypad exits the “Operation Modes” screen, your selection is
saved.
Language Selection (if applicable)
The Tuxedo Touch keypad can show displays in one of four languages (including multi-lingual web page display). The language
selection feature allows you to choose from English, French Canadian, Latin American Spanish, or Latin American Portuguese
with the default being English. Access the “Language Selection” feature by pressing Setup → Dispay & Audio Setup; enter your
Authorized Code (if required) and select a Language.
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Setup (cont'd)
Note: If using a Z-Wave thermostat with Celsius as your degree preference, the temperature can be adjusted by 0.5 degree
increments.
Adjust the Screen Timeouts
When the keypad is left idle, it automatically:
• turns the “Backlight Off After” the selected backlight off time has expired (unless “Never” option is selected).
• returns to the “Home” screen after the selected “To Homepage After” time has expired (unless “Never” option is selected), and
• if enabled, the “Auto Slideshow After” time begins the slide show.
To select the desired screen timeouts, from the "Home" screen, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
If changes are made, when you exit a Settings Changed! pop-up window is
1. Press the Setup icon.
displayed asking “Remember New Settings?“
2. Press the Disp & Audio Setup icon.
Settings include: Backlight Off After X time, Return To Homepage After X
3. Enter your “Authorized Code", if required.
time, Auto Slideshow After X time.
4. Press to select from the drop-down list
Note 1: The “To Homepage After” option is only available if the Screen
displaying the time period for each option.
Blackout (EN50131 Display) option is not enabled by the installer.
Note 2: When in EN50131 mode, “Auto Slideshow After” is preset to “1” minute
5. Press the Back icon.
Yes saves the change. No discards the change.
and can not be changed.
Clean Screen
With the exception of normal cleaning, the keypad is maintenance free. Clean the touch-screen as follows:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
At the "Touch Screen Disabled for =30 Seconds" screen, the touch-screen
1. Press the Setup icon.
should be wiped clean of fingerprints using a mild soap solution and a soft
2. Press the Disp & Audio Setup icon.
cloth. When the counter reaches zero, the window automatically closes and the
3. Enter your “Authorized Code", if required.
touch-screen is active.
4. Press the CLEAN SCREEN icon to disable
A pop-up window displays "Touch Screen will be disabled so that you
the keypad for 30 seconds.
may wipe the screen clean. Please use a damp, soft cloth. DO NOT use
5. Press Continue to disable the touch-screen.
any liquids, sprays, or ammonia-based cleansers. Press CONTINUE to
disable touchscreen." **Panics cannot be initiated during this process**
6. Press Cancel to exit.
NOTE: The Emergency screen cannot be accessed while running in the clean screen mode.
IMPORTANT: Do not use an abrasive cleaning agent or abrasive cloth when cleaning the touch-screen or damage may occur.
Routine Care
• Treat the components of your security system as you would any other electrical equipment. Do not slam sensor-protected doors
or windows.
• Keep dust from accumulating on the keypad and all protective sensors, particularly on motion sensors and smoke detectors.
• Keypad case and sensors should be carefully dusted with a dry soft cloth. Do not spray water or any other fluid on the units.
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Setup (cont’d)
Web Server/Hosting
The Tuxedo Touch keypad offers web-hosting capability allowing you to access your Security and Home Automation System via
any web enabled device. The Tuxedo Touch Keypad’s ‘IP Address’ is used on a standard web browser to control user functions such
as, Security, Z-Wave operation, and camera viewing.
UL
Web Server/Hosting is not Listed for use in UL installations. Remote arming/disarming/programming is not to be used in UL
Listed Installations.
IP Setup
Follow the steps below to control your local Z-Wave devices via your PC, Smart Phone or Tablet.
Automatic IP Addresses
In most cases, IP addresses are assigned ‘automatically’ (Automatic IP Address). The IP Address is displayed in the lower lefthand corner on the Tuxedo Touch Keypad “Home” screen. To access “IP Setup”, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. At the Tuxedo Touch keypad:
a) Press the Setup icon from the “Home” screen.
b) Press the IP Setup icon; the “IP Setup”
screen displays the IP Address and Default
Gateway Address of the router.
c) Press the Refresh button; the IP information
will automatically update. This may take up
to 60 seconds.
If the IP Address is not displayed, go to the “Fixed IP Addresses”
d) Press Apply; the keypad will save the
Section below.
information and reset.
After proper setup, the IP Address is displayed on the
“Home” screen. Enter the IP Address displayed on the
keypad into your browser as follows:
2. From your PC, Smart Phone or Tablet:
- Navigate to the Settings feature
- Turn ON the “Wi-Fi” setting
- Select the router to connect to
- Enter a name and password, if required
- Enter the IP Address displayed on the keypad
into your browser.
•
•
If using a Smart Phone or Tablet browser, access to basic arming
commands are available.
If using a PC, full access to keypad options are available.
IMPORTANT: Use the web browser to view cameras for non-security
purpose only. Camera streams viewed from the web browser can stop
without indication due to network connection issues.
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Setup (cont'd)
Fixed IP Addresses
If the IP Address is not displayed in the lower left-hand corner on the Tuxedo Touch Keypad “Home” screen, you may require a
“Static” (Fixed) IP Address that can be found by accessing your router. Refer to your router instructions for further information.
To access “IP Setup”, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Setup icon and then press the Use the Data Entry Keyboard to enter the required information.
• Use the Shift key for capital letters
IP Setup icon.
• Use the BS (Backspace) key to make corrections.
b) Press the button next to Obtain an IP address
• Press OK
automatically to de-select it and manually
enter the desired IP Address you want to
assign to the keypad.
c) Enter the “IP Address” by pressing the first set
A pop-up window displays the message:
of 3 zeros (“000”) on the screen, and enter the
Settings Changed! Remember new settings?
first three numbers of the IP address on the
Select Yes to save the settings.
“Data Entry Keyboard”. Repeat this step until
Select No to cancel.
the complete address has been entered and
press Apply.
2. At your PC, Smart Phone or Tablet Browser:
a) Start your browser and enter your IP Address.
Refer to “Automatic IP Addresses” Step 2 on previous
page.
Account Setup
Account setup provides a browser log-on page for each user (for higher security) when viewing from a web enabled device or PC on
a different sub-net. To set up a user account, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Note:
Account
Setup
allows
you
to add up to 5 users.
To set up a User Account:
1. Press the Account Setup button.
Use the Data Entry Keyboard to enter the required information.
2. Press the User Name field and enter a user name
• Use the Shift key for capital letters
on the “Data Entry Keyboard”; press OK.
• Use the BS (Backspace) key to make corrections.
3. Press the “User Password” field and enter a user
• Press OK
password; press OK.
• Press abc/@#$ to switch between letters and symbols.
4. Press the Save icon; the new user is displayed on
A pop-up window displays the message:
Settings Changed!
the screen.
Remember new settings?
5. Press Apply.
Select Yes to save the settings.
6. To delete a user, press the Delete button next to
Select No to cancel.
that user’s information.
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Multi-Media
The Multi-Media feature allows you access voice messages, play video files, display a slide show of personal photos, and view up
to four cameras at once from your keypad.
UL
Multi-Media functionality is supplementary only and has not been evaluated by UL.
Voice Messages
The Tuxedo Touch Keypad can record voice messages for others on the premises. The number of messages is not limited;
however, the total time of all messages added together cannot exceed 120 seconds. Note: The voice messages are stored in the
memory and all messages are lost if the keypad loses power or if it is reset.
Recording/Retrieving Messages
Voice messages are recorded and retrieved using the “Message Center” screen. To access messages, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. From the Home screen, press Multi-Media
then press the Message icon.
2. Press the Record icon and record your
message while staying within approximately
one foot of the keypad and speaking at a
normal voice volume.
3. Press the Stop icon when you are done
recording the message.
As you are recording your message, the remaining time counter counts down
to indicate the total remaining time available and a “Recording New
Memo…” message is displayed above the message list window.
To retrieve a voice message;
4. Select from the message list and then press
the Play Message icon. Use the Pause
button to pause the playback.
As the message is being played, a “Play (x): Voice Memo…” message is
displayed above the message list window.
When the end of the message is reached, the playback stops.
Note: The Message LED will continue to flash until all new messages have
been played back entirely.
The “Delete Memo” screen is displayed.
You can press the Delete Selected button to delete only the currently
selected message, the Delete All button to delete all or the Cancel button to
return to the “Message Center” screen without deleting any messages.
Note: At any time you may highlight a message you want to listen to and
press the Play Message icon.
5. To listen to the next message, press the
Advance One Message and Play icon.
6. If you wish to delete messages, press the
Cancel icon.
7. To exit, press the HOME icon.
The message indicator flashes and the message is listed in the message list
window.
To record additional messages, repeat steps 2 and 3.
To exit, press the BACK or HOME icon.
Message Icons
Use the Pause, Next, and Previous icons to navigate through the list of
messages.
Pause
Next
Previous
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Multi-Media (cont'd)
Video (Audio) Setup
To access the Video and Audio feature, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. Insert your personal media (SD/SDHC) card
(with stored video files).
2. Press the Multi-Media and Video icons.
NOTES
A Video Converter is required to convert videos for proper playback on the
Tuxedo Touch Keypad. Use an Internet search engine to locate and
download a Video Converter, then follow the steps in the Video Converter
Instructions (provided in the carton).
NOTES:
3. Highlight a video file from the list and press
• Supported video playback formats are MPEG4 and H.264; containers
the Play icon to start the selected video.
AVI, MOV and MP4.
4. Press the Repeat icon to continually replay
• Maximum video resolution should not exceed 400 x 240.
the selected video.
• If the video file causes the keypad to lock, use a small object (such as a
5. Deselect the Repeat icon to automatically play
paper clip) to press the reset button located in the lower right-hand side
the complete list of video files starting with the
of the keypad to reset the keypad.
first video and ending with the last.
• Videos can not be played when the EN50131 Display is turned ON.
• When in Full View mode there is an 8-10 second delay for video display.
Video Icons
Play
Pause
Full View
Repeat
Stop
Press these icons to Play, Pause, view a Full View, Stop or Repeat the
video.
Press the Full View icon to view a video in full screen. To exit Full View
mode while a video is playing, press anywhere on the screen.
Picture Setup
The Picture feature allows the user to display up to 1000 personal photos on the keypad and can be accessed by pressing the
Picture icon on the Home screen, or access this feature as follows:
ICON
ACTION
1. Insert your personal media (SD/SDHC) card.
2. Press the Multi-Media icon, and then press the
Picture icon.
3. Select the type of viewing transition desired by
pressing the Transition arrow. Select from
(Standard, Horizontal, Vertical or Fade Out).
4. Press the Slide Delay arrow; select the time
interval (5, 10, 15 or 20 secs) that you want to
allow between each photo being viewed.
5. To add an image to the slide show, select the
image from the list and press the Add Image
icon. The image appears on the screen and a
check mark appears next to the image name.
NOTES
Photo files can be viewed from the (SD/SDHC) Card. Formats supported
are .bmp or .jpg files.
NOTES:
• To exit slide show at any time and resume keypad operation, press
anywhere on the screen.
• The first image is displayed and a list of stored images appears on
the screen.
• When an image is loading, no other Picture Setup functions can be
performed (play, previous, next, add or set wallpaper).
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Multi-Media (cont’d)
ICON
ACTION
6. To remove an image from the slide show, select
the image, and press the Deselect Image icon.
To set a picture as wallpaper:
1. Use the slide bar to scroll through the list of
pictures and highlight the file you want to be
displayed on the keypad screen.
2. Press the Set Wallpaper icon; view your selection
from the “Home” screen.
NOTES
Press the TOP button to move up one level in the directory.
Press the OPEN button to view larger images and/or open directories,
select from the list of stored images.
Press the CLEAR ALL button to clear all pictures from the current slide
show rotation.
NOTE: On the “Home” screen press the Minimize Home icon to reduce
the “Home” screen icons and to have better visibility of the Wallpaper.
Press the Maximize Home icon to maximize the “Home” screen icons.
Picture Icons
Play
Image
Previous
Image
Next
Image
Add
Image
Deselect
Image
Set
Wallpaper
Minimize Home
Maximize Home
Camera Setup
The Camera feature allows you to enroll cameras and view up to four cameras at one time using the quadrant view feature. If
using existing (mounted) cameras, go to Step 4 below. If this is a first time setup, scan/configure the cameras prior to
mounting and then follow the steps below.
To set up a camera, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. Connect an Ethernet cable to the back of your
camera (LAN); connect the opposite end to the
Ethernet port on your router.
2. Apply power to the Camera. It may take a few
seconds for initial power-up of camera.
3. Press the Multi-Media and Camera icons (or
press the Camera icon from the “Home” screen)
and then press the Camera Setup icon.
4. Press the Scan icon to locate the camera. The
screen displays: “Scanning For Cameras. Please
Wait… “
NOTES
Notes:
1. QuickTime® media player must be installed on your PC.
2. Camera resolution should be 5 fps (5 frames per second) or lower.
3. Camera viewing is not compatible if using Opera web browser.
4. Compatible cameras include: iPCAM-PT, iPCAM-WO and iPCAM-WI2
(and WI2B).
Note: Some older versions of these cameras may need a firmware
upgrade; see separate instructions.
IMPORTANT: Use the web browser to view cameras for non-security
purposes only. Camera streams viewed from the web browser can stop
without indication due to network connection issues.
Initial camera setup cannot be performed over a wireless connection.
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Multi-Media (cont'd)
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Use the Data Entry Keyboard to enter the required information.
5. Press the Add icon (if the camera information is
• Use the Shift key for capital letters
not automatically obtained), to manually enter
• Use the BS (Backspace) key to make corrections.
information.
Press the Clear icon to clear the camera list.
6. To edit camera information, highlight the
On the ‘Add Camera’ screen enter (Name, User, RTSP Path,
camera name and press the Edit icon. Highlight
Resolution, Frame Rate, Address, Password, RTSP Port, HTTP
each field and enter the required information.
Port) if known.
a) To retrieve camera settings and connect to the
On the ‘Camera Configuration’ screen enter the appropriate
camera, press the Connect icon or,
information: (Name, Model, User, RTSP Path, Resolution, Frame
Rate, Address, Password, RTSP Port, HTTP Port) if known.
b) Press the Total Connect icon to reset the
Enter the appropriate Wireless Settings: SSID, Network Type,
camera for remote viewing and activate a Total
Channel No., Security System, Authentication Type, WEP Encrypt,
Connect account.
Pass Phrase and WEP Key, if applicable.
c) Use the Refresh icon to update the screen.
For WPA PSK TKIP, WPA PSK, AES, and WPA2 PSK AES, enter the
d) Press Reset to reset the camera to factory Shared Key using the Data Entry keyboard and press OK.
default. Select Yes or No.
A pop-up window displays “cam (name) wireless set OK”, if
7. When all cameras have been added, press the successful. Or, “cam (name) wireless set Failed”.
Wireless Settings icon to enter the wireless Remove the Ethernet cable from the wireless cameras to view
wirelessly via the Tuxedo Touch Keypad. If the camera does not have
information from your router.
wireless capability, leave it connected to router.
8. Press the Apply to All button to set cameras to
wireless operation
Setup Icons
Camera Icons
Clear
Play
Scan
Add
Delete
Clear
Edit
Refresh
Stop
Auto Pan
Quad View
Full View
Pan/Tilt
Back
Notes:
• To use the Pan/Tilt feature in Quad View, select the camera name from the camera list and then press Pan/Tilt.
• Press the Quad View icon to enter quad mode. Select a quadrant area on the screen (this area is highlighted) and then select the camera that you
want to appear in that quadrant.
UL
Camera functionality is supplementary only and has not been evaluated by UL.
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User Setup
User Setup allows you to Add a User, Delete a User, and Edit a User. You may access User Setup from the System Setup
screen. Each user must be assigned a name with a corresponding 4-digit user code in order to gain access to various features and
functions. The keypad can hold the identity for 10 Users in its memory. If additional Users are needed, define the additional
Users using the Console Emulation Mode.
Users for the system are programmed in a central user setup location that provides the specific questions for authorization levels
assigned to different users. You may want these users to be the same, but there are situations in which you may want a user to
have limited capabilities. These capabilities are defined by the Authority Level assigned each user.
Authority Levels
Authority levels define the system functions a particular user can perform. Depending on the authority assigned to you, there are
certain system functions you may be prohibited from performing. The following information describes the authority levels that
can be assigned through the keypad and provides the equivalent authority level name found in your alarm system manuals. The
authority levels that can be assigned are as follows:
Equivalent System Name
Authority Functions
Residential
Commercial
Level
Systems
Systems
Master
Can perform all security functions, add/delete users in assigned partition,
Partition Master
Level 1 Master
program scheduled events, and change partition master code
Normal
Perform security functions (arm, disarm)
Standard User
Level 3 Operator A
Guest
Can arm the system in assigned partitions, but cannot disarm the system
Guest
Level 4 Operator B
unless the system was armed with this code.
Note: Do not assign this level if Quick Arm is enabled in your system.
No
Used to restrict access from a partition.
N/A
N/A
Access
How to Add a User
ICON
ACTION
1. From the "Home" screen, press the Setup icon.
2. Press the System Setup icon.
3. Press the USER SETUP icon.
4. Press the ADD USER icon and enter your Authorized
Code.
5. Press the Enter User Name field.
6. Type in the user name (6 characters max.; no spaces
between characters) and press the OK icon.
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NOTES
On the Data Entry screen, enter the user information.
• Use the Shift key for capital letters
• Use the BS (Backspace) key to make corrections.
• The @#$ key is not available for use at this time. These
characters cannot be saved to the control panel.
User Setup (cont'd)
ICON
ACTION
7. Press the box next to User Number and enter
an “available” (3-digit) user number; press the
OK icon.
8. Press the box next to Enter User Code, enter the
4-digit User Code for this user and press the OK
icon.
9. Press the box next to RF Button Zone (if used);
enter the 3-digit RF Button Zone for this user.
10. Press the Save icon.
NOTES
The authorized code for adding users is dependent upon the alarm
panel you are interfacing with. Check your alarm panel Installation and
Setup Guide to determine who can add users.
If assigning this user to wireless key, enter one of the zone numbers of
the keyfob (the wireless key must be programmed first before it can be
assigned to a user).
Select the partitions, access level, and enter an available user number
for this user.
For available user numbers, see the control panel instructions.
How to Add an Existing User to a Second Keypad
After adding a user to the first keypad, the same user can be added to a second keypad. From the second keypad go
to “User Setup” and enter the same user name and same user code (refer to “How to Add a User” above). The second
keypad will automatically update the user information. Press Save.
How to Delete a User
ICON
1.
2.
3.
4.
ACTION
Select the User you want to delete.
Press the DELETE USER icon.
Enter your Authorized code.
Press the appropriate icon.
The Confirm Delete screen is displayed.
NOTES
Three selections are available: add a user, edit a user, or delete a user.
The authorized code for deleting, adding, and editing users is dependent upon
the alarm panel you are interfacing with. Check your alarm panel Installation
and Setup Guide to determine who can delete, add, and edit users.
How to Edit a User
Note: You cannot edit a User’s name or number. To modify a User name or number, you must delete the User and re-enter User.
Edit a user as follows:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. Press the EDIT USER icon.
2. Enter your Authorized code.
3. Select the options needed for this user and
press the Save icon.
Three selections are available: add a user, edit a user, or delete a user.
When you select Save, the configuration changes are saved and you are
returned to the User Setup screen.
Note: The authorized code for deleting, adding, and editing users is
dependent upon the alarm panel you are interfacing with. Check your alarm
panel Installation and Setup Guide to determine who can delete, add, and edit
users.
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User Setup (cont'd)
Safe Mode
The Safe Mode may be automatically entered by the program on a communication failure or may be entered manually on
command.
To Exit the Safe Mode:
1. Press the ! SAFE MODE ! bar.
2. Select “Yes” to return to the Normal Mode of operation. The keypad resets and normal operation returns as long as the original
conditions that caused the entry into Safe Mode do not still exist.
ICON
! SAFE MODE !
ACTION
1. Select Safe Mode and then press Apply.
NOTES
While in the Safe Mode, the Home screen displays the Security, Panic, and
Message Icons. A message !SAFE MODE! is displayed at the lower left
side of the screen.
The keypad resets and restarts in the Safe Mode.
2. Press the OK icon.
3. To exit, press the safe mode bar and press
Yes to return to Normal Mode.
In the rare event that the keypad cannot successfully communicate in its graphic mode with the control panel, the Safe Mode is a
backup mode that ensures that you can communicate with your system.
In this mode, the keypad operates much like a standard non-graphic keypad so that you can control your system until the
problem is corrected.
If this situation occurs, the keypad presents you with a message of “Problems detected. Start Keypad in Safe Mode?” and requests
a “Yes” or “No” response. If you answer with “Yes”, the keypad enters into the Safe Mode. If you answer with “No”, the keypad
tries to communicate with the panel again. After 3 consecutive times of receiving no response, the keypad enters the Safe Mode
automatically.
Note: Use care when providing the “Yes” or “No” response. Pressing the screen outside the prescribed area may cause the
background to come to the front. If this occurs, the Yes/No message that disappeared times-out in 30 seconds even though it is
not visible. Then the keypad resets into the Normal Mode (or Safe Mode if this is the third time that the warning message
appeared).
Note that this is a limited mode of operation. While in this mode:
• You can use the Security icon to access the Console Emulation Mode of operation to try to clear your faults, disarm the system,
or enter additional Alpha Keypad commands specified in your panel User Guide. You can perform almost all functions that you
can perform from a standard non-graphic alpha keypad.
• You can press the “Panic” key and generate Emergency Messages as defined in the panel's home partition for this keypad.
• The Armed and Ready LEDs on the front of the keypad indicates the keypad’s home partition status. The Message LED (on
models with Voice feature) or Trouble LED (on models without Voice feature) is not active in the Safe Mode.
• The Chime mode functions in the Safe Mode.
• When an alarm occurs in the Safe Mode, it is displayed on the Console mode screen only and is not shown on the Home screen.
• Z-Wave Scenes do not function in Safe Mode.
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User Setup (cont'd)
Time/Date Setup
You can set the time and date from the Set Time & Date screen.
• When the time is set it is stored in the keypad and sent to the control panel when you press the Apply icon and answer Yes to
the following prompt. Additionally, when using the keypad, the panel may download its time into the keypad periodically after
the clock is set (for Vista residential and newer commercial panels such as Vista 128BPT).
• If Get Time is pressed, the keypad downloads the time and date from the control panel and exits the Set Time & Date screen.
Note: This icon (
) appears with residential panels and may not appear with all commercial panels.
Setting Daylight Savings Time
To set the daylight savings time, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. From the “Home” screen, press the Setup and System
Setup icons.
2. Press the Time/Date Setup icon; enter an Authorized Code.
3. Press the DST icon if you want daylight savings time to
affect your system clock.
4. Set the “Start DST” time and then the “End DST” time by
pressing the Month, Weekend and Hour that you want
DST to start.
5. APPLY saves the settings.
NOTES
If DST On is selected, the keypad adjusts for Daylight
Savings time at the month, week and time chosen.
Make sure "DST On” is checked to enable this feature.
Setting Current Time and Date
To set the current time, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the Time/Date Setup icon; enter an Authorized Code.
2. Press the Month "arrow"; and select the current month.
3. Press the Year that is being displayed and enter the
current year.
4. Press the Hour that is being displayed and enter the
current hour.
5. Press the Minutes that is being displayed and enter the
current minute.
6. Press AM or PM. (Each depression switches the AM/PM display).
7. Press the MMDDYY “arrow”, and select a format for which
you want the year to be displayed.
8. Press Apply.
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NOTES
After each selection the window closes automatically and
the selection is displayed.
Select if you want a 12-hour or 24-hour format for your
time display by pressing the circle to the left of the 12 Hour
display.
A confirmation screen is displays:
“Time Setting Confirmation
Set time on the security system as well?”
Yes or No
Yes saves the time changes in your security system.
No saves the changes to the keypad only.
Note: A Yes response is recommended.
User System Setup
Advanced Setup
Advanced Setup allows access to the System Information, Keypad Reset, Keypad Test, Night Setup and Output Setup menus.
System Information
To view the latest software version installed on your system, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
The Software Version is displayed on the lower right of screen.
1. From the “Setup” screen, press the System
If necessary visit the Tuxedo Toolkit at:
Setup and then the Advanced Setup icons.
http://www.tuxedotouchtoolkit.com/index.html for more information.
2. Enter your authorized code.
Keypad Reset
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
When the Keypad Reset icon is pressed, the message is displayed:
1. From the “Home” screen, press the Setup,
Processor Reset
System Setup and Advanced Setup icons.
Are you sure you want to reset? Select Yes or No.
2. Enter your Authorized Code.
If the keypad requires resetting, press OK and the keypad resets. If
3. Press the Keypad Reset icon.
Cancel is selected, the keypad is not reset.
Keypad Test - A series of diagnostic tests are provided that allows verification of correct operation of the keypad and its
connections to the security system. There are a total of five diagnostic tests; LCD Display Test, Audio Test, LED Test,
Calibration Test and Z-Wave Test.
Performing Diagnostic Tests
Select any diagnostic test from the “Diagnostics” screen by pressing the associated Test icon. All or any individual test may be
run when you access the “Diagnostics” screen; however, each test must be performed one at a time. At any time when a test is not
being performed, you can press back to return to the previous screen or home to return to your home page.
Note: Once the Diagnostics screen is exited, subsequent entry to this screen displays all test options as "Not Performed."
LCD Display Test
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the Advanced Setup icon.
2. If applicable, enter your Authorized Code.
3. Press the Keypad Test icon.
4. Press the LCD Display Test icon; a series of
screens appear.
Audio Test
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the Audio Test icon; "Testing.." is displayed
while beeps sound from the speaker.
At the conclusion of the test, a pop-up "Confirmation Window"
is displayed with the question "Did you hear Beeping?"
NOTES
After each type of display, you are asked if the display was proper.
If the response to all questions is yes, the LCD Display Test message
area of the Diagnostics screen displays “Passed”.
The Emergency screen cannot be accessed while running the LCD
Display Test.
NOTES
When you press Yes, "Passed" is displayed in the test status column on
the "Diagnostics" screen.
When you press No, "Failed" is displayed in the test status column on
the "Diagnostics" screen.
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User System Setup (cont'd)
LED Test
ICON
ACTION
1. Press the LED Test icon; "Testing.." is displayed
while the 3 LEDs light sequentially, top to
bottom (red, green, yellow), 5 times.
NOTES
At the conclusion of the test, a pop-up "Confirmation Window" displays:
"Did you see chasing LED pattern?"
If you press Yes, "Passed" is displayed in the test status column.
If you press No, "Failed" is displayed in the test status column.
Calibration Test
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
A
pop-up
message
displays:
1. Select the Calibration icon and using a stylus,
Touch screen calibration
follow the screen directions by pressing a
Touch crosshair to calibrate
series of crosshairs (+) and boxes (❏) on the
If the Calibration test was successful, a confirmation screen appears stating:
screen until done.
“Congratulations Calibration Success”
2. If the test was successful, press OK; the screen If the test was unsuccessful, an error message appears stating:
returns to the Keypad Test screen.
“Calibration failed, do you want to retry?” Retry, Ignore or Exit.
Z-Wave Test
NOTE: This procedure is for Z-Wave test purposes only.
Role shifting is the process of shifting primary and secondary controllers. The secondary controller becomes the primary
controller with the ability to enroll Z-Wave devices. This is useful when the primary controller is in a fixed location and the Zwave device is not easily accessible (but within Z-wave range). To perform the role shifting Z-Wave Test, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. Press the Advanced Setup icon.
Select from two main categories of tests:
2. Enter your Authorized Code.
• Z-Wave Role Shifting: Primary to
3. Press the Keypad Test icon.
Secondary and Secondary to Primary.
• Z-Wave Basic Command: Set On or
4. With the status of the controller in the “P” (Primary) state, press the ZOff.
Wave Primary Controller Shift to Secondary icon.
A pop-up window is displayed with the following warning: “Warning!! This ZWave controller shift function is for evaluation only now. This primary controller is
shifting to the secondary. Please wait until the process completes.
5. To shift the primary controller role to a handheld controller, follow the
handheld controller manufacturer’s instructions.
The pop-up message disappears and controllers have shifted successfully.
Z-Wave devices can now be enrolled from this controller.
Note: The Z-Wave Primary Controller Shift to Secondary icon is inactive
when the Tuxedo Touch becomes the secondary controller.
The Shift is completed when the warning window disappears.
6. Shift the Tuxedo Touch back to the primary controller after enrolling Zwave devices. First, initiate the role shift on the handheld controller from
primary to secondary referring to manufacturer’s instructions. Then, press
the Z-Wave Secondary Controller Shift to Primary icon on the keypad.
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Note: The status of the controller can only
be changed from Primary to Secondary
controller when no devices are enrolled.
Use the delete device or reset controller
function to remove enrolled devices.
User System Setup (cont'd)
ICON
ACTION
7. Select the Z-Wave Basic Command Set On icon to turn On all lamp
modules, dimmer On/Off switches and receptacles.
NOTES
Note: This command does not control door
locks or any other security enabled devices.
8. Select the Z-Wave Basic Command Set Off icon to turn Off all lamp
modules, dimmer On/Off switches and receptacles.
Night Setup
To set the NIGHT function, press the System Setup and Advanced Setup icon and then do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
The NIGHT function can be set to arm the system in one of five
1. Enter your Authorized Code, if required.
arming modes: Away - Stay - Instant - Night –Maximum.
2. Press the Night Setup icon.
3. Select the arming mode to be activated when NIGHT is
Apply accepts the setting. Back cancels your selection.
selected on the "Arming" screen.
Output Setup Function
The Output Setup screen displays output selections. A maximum of 18 outputs can be enabled or disabled on the Output screen.
To set the Output Setup function, press the System Setup and Advanced Setup icon and then do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
This is a local setting for the graphic keypad. If user has the
1. Enter your Authorized Code, if required.
maximum number of keypads on the system, and wants to disable
2. Press the Output Setup icon.
the same output for all, each keypad needs to be set individually.
3. Select the outputs to display on the Output screen
Apply accepts the setting. Back cancels your selection.
by pressing enable or disable and then press Apply.
Output Setup Icons
Output Disable
Output Enable
Apply
Back
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Automation
The Tuxedo Touch Home Automation System with web hosting capability is equipped with Z-Wave technology and is designed to
automate devices in a home control network. The keypad allows you to easily add and control multiple devices with the press of a
button. View the Training Videos and follow the instructions below to Enroll (add) devices into your home control network.
NOTE: Z-Wave applications have not been evaluated by UL.
Automation functionality is supplementary only and has not been evaluated by UL.
UL Access
control functionality has not been evaluated by UL and may not be used in UL Listed applications.
Enroll/Add Z-Wave Devices
Each device must be installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
WARNING: Automation is intended for lifestyle convenience. Do not use automation for life safety and property protection.
Enroll a Light, Switch or Outlet Module
Install a Z-Wave Light, Switch or Outlet module as described below.
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home”
screen and then press the
Z-Wave Setup icon to display “Z-Wave Device
Management” screen.
b) Press the Z-Wave Enroll/ Add icon.
Note: Z-Wave light modules may vary; follow the instructions in the
Users Guide for your specific device to enroll properly into the Z-Wave
network.
• If a dimmer module was enrolled, an On/Off button and a slide bar (to
control dimmer) are displayed.
2. At the device Module:
a) Press the Function Key on the device.
The keypad displays a series of messages:
• If an on/off light/appliance module was enrolled, an On/Off button (to
control the device) is displayed.
“Start add device. Please press function key on device”
“Adding Controller Unit”
“Adding Slave Unit”
“Device added successfully”
Z-Wave Device Management Icons
Enroll/Add
Remove/Delete
Abort
Remove Failed
Edit
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Reset Default
Router
Security
Link
Automation (cont'd)
Enroll a Door Lock
Assemble the Z-Wave door lock. NOTE: Be sure the door lock orientation/handedness is correct. Refer to the Door Lock’s
Instruction Guide and connect necessary cables, then install batteries. Enroll the door lock within 5 ft of the keypad; refer to the
Door Lock’s Instruction Guide for enrollment procedure.
NOTE: Program the user code in the control panel prior to programming that user code into the door lock. User Codes must be 4digits.
Enroll a door lock device as follows:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Note: Door lock devices may vary; follow the instructions in the Users Guide
1. At the Tuxedo Touch keypad:
for your specific door lock to enroll properly and to program a new user code.
a) Press the Automation icon From the
The keypad displays a series of messages:
“Home” screen and then press the Z-Wave
“Please press *function key on device”
Setup icon to display the “Z-Wave Device
“Adding to Security Network”
Management” screen.
“Device added successfully”
* Enrollment procedure may vary depending on the door lock device. Refer to
b) Press the Z-Wave Enroll/Add icon.
the door lock instructions for enrollment procedure.
2. At the Door Lock:
Note: If software is upgraded on the Tuxedo Touch keypad, enroll the door
a) Program the selected user code from the
lock again and re-set the user code in the door lock.
panel; refer to Door Lock User Guide.
Enroll a Honeywell Thermostat
Install Honeywell Thermostat according to the manufactures instructions. Device should be mounted in the final location and
tested before adding it to the system.
Note: Honeywell is not responsible for property damages due to improper setting of the thermostat modes.
To enroll a Honeywell Thermostat into a Z-Wave network, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Note: If installing another brand of thermostat, follow the
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen and then instructions in the Users Guide for that specific thermostat
to enroll properly into the Z-Wave network.
press the Z-Wave Setup icon to display the “Z-Wave Device
Note: Some thermostats do not update temperature
Management” screen.
status automatically i.e., Wayne Dalton.
b) Press the Z-Wave Enroll/Add icon.
The keypad displays a series of messages:
“Please press function key on device”
2. At the Z-Wave thermostat:
* If not using a Honeywell thermostat, enrollment
a) Select Thermostat; set the Time/Date.
procedure may vary. Refer to the thermostat instructions
b) Follow the instructions in the thermostat Installation
for enrollment procedure.
Guide for “Z-Wave enrollment”.
c) To complete inclusion, press Done.
d) Press Exit to return to normal operation.
The keypad displays a series of messages:
“Please press function key on device”
3. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) To verify activation, press the Back icon and wait 30 seconds. “Adding Controller Unit” “Adding Slave Unit”
“Device added successfully”
Press the Refresh icon; the new device is displayed.
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Automation (cont'd)
Editing Z-Wave Device Names
Edit a Device Module Name
To edit a device name, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen
and press the Z-Wave Setup icon to display the “ZWave Device Management” screen.
b) Highlight the device name and press the Z-Wave Edit
icon.
c) On the “Data Entry” keyboard, press Clear and enter
a new name.
d) Press OK.
Enter the new device name on the data entry keyboard.
Notes:
• Use the Shift icon for capital letters.
• Use the BS (Backspace) icon to make corrections.
The @#$ icon is not available for use at this time.
Remove/Delete Z-Wave Devices
Remove a Light, Switch or Outlet Module
To remove a light, switch or outlet module from the Z-Wave network, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
Z-Wave Remove/Delete -clears the node from the keypad and
resets device to the default setting.
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen
and then press Z-Wave Setup icon to display the “ZWave Device Management” screen.
b) Highlight the device to remove and press the Z-Wave Note:
• If the device is not removed, or to remove a defective
Remove/Delete icon.
device, refer to the “Z-Wave Troubleshooting” section.
2. At the device module:
a) Press the Function Key to remove the device from
the keypad.
Remove/Delete a Door Lock
To remove a door lock module from the Z-Wave network, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Z-Wave Remove/Delete -clears the node from the keypad and
1. From the “Home” screen, press the Automation icon
resets device to the default setting.
and the Z-Wave Setup icon. The “Z-Wave Device
Notes:
Management” screen is displayed.
• If the device is not removed, or to remove a defective device,
2. Highlight the device to remove and press the Z-Wave
refer to “Z-Wave Troubleshooting”.
Remove/Delete icon.
• When excluding the door lock, the user code associated with the
3. On the door lock press the Function Key to remove the
door lock will remain in the system. If needed refer to the panel
Installation Instructions on how to remove this user code.
device from the keypad.
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Automation (cont'd)
Remove/Delete a Honeywell Thermostat
To remove a Honeywell Thermostat from the Z-Wave network, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
IMPORTANT: Honeywell is not responsible for property damages
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen,
due to improper setting of the thermostat modes.
and then press the Z-Wave Setup icon to display the
“Z-Wave Device Management” screen.
b) Highlight the thermostat and press the Z-Wave
Remove/Delete icon.
Z-Wave Remove/Delete -clears the node from the keypad and
2. At the thermostat:
resets device to the default setting.
a) Follow the instructions in the thermostat
Installation Guide under “Installer setup” to “Remove
Note: To remove a defective device, refer to the “Z-Wave
a Z-Wave Network Connection”.
Troubleshooting” section.
b) Once the exclusion process is complete, press Done;
the thermostat is removed.
Remove All Z-Wave Devices
ICON
ACTION
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen
and then press the Z-Wave Setup icon to display the
“Z-Wave Device Management” screen.
b) Press the Z-Wave Reset icon to delete all devices
from the controller.
c) Press the Continue or Cancel button.
Abort a Z-Wave Action
ICON
ACTION
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home”
screen and then press the Z-Wave Setup
icon to display the “Z-Wave Device
Management” screen.
b) Press the Z-Wave Abort Operation icon to
abort that process.
NOTES
The message is displayed:
WARNING!! This Z-WAVE controller is about to be factory
defaulted and will loose all devices in the enrolled list. All
Z-WAVE devices must be re-enrolled.
NOTES
If inadvertently a wrong selection was made, (add, delete, or remove failed
device) user can press the Z-Wave Abort icon to abort the process.
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Automation (cont'd)
Scene Setup
The “Scene” feature is used to control the function of a single device, or multiple devices based on pre-set Conditions, Triggers, and
Actions. When the trigger/condition occurs, the action is executed. Define a Scene as follows:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Enter the new device name by entering it on the data entry keyboard.
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
• Use the Shift icon for capital letters.
a) Press the Automation and Scene Setup icons
• Use the BS (Backspace) icon to make corrections.
to display the “Scene Management” screen.
The @#$ icon is not available for use at this time.
b) Press the Add icon to set up a Scene.
c) Press the Name box, enter a Scene Name and
press OK.
d) Select a “Condition,” “Trigger,” and “Action”
After each selection press Save!! !
that you want to occur for this Scene. See
example below.
Scene Icons
After each selection is complete, press Save to keep the settings, press
Delete to cancel, or Edit to change your selections.
Add
Edit
Delete
Scene Rules
• Triggers and Conditions include: Time setting, Security mode, Thermostat setting, Door status and Zones.
• Actions include: Security mode, Lights on/off, Thermostat setting, and Door Lock status.
• Each Trigger event can have up to 3 Actions.
• A Trigger event and Condition cannot be the same (i.e., if setting a Trigger event for Security, you cannot set a Security
Condition).
• A total of 10 Scenes can be created.
• On commercial panels the programming option for “Global Keypad” must be set to “0” for some Scenes to work
properly.
Note: Determine if you need a Condition. The Condition is a ‘pre-condition’ set to occur prior to a trigger event. See
example below.
Example: Turn the lights on, when the system is disarmed, only at night.
(Condition) … “only at Night”
...Set the TIME condition (enter the Start Time and End Time).
(Trigger) … “when the “system is Disarmed” …Set the Trigger to SECURITY: System Disarm
(Action) …
“Turn the “lights ON” …
… Set the Action to LIGHT: ON
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Automation (cont'd)
Scene Setup Options
Options for adding a Condition (if needed) – After each selection press SAVE!!!
In the “Condition” box, press the Add icon.
To set the time, press the TIME button: “Set the occurrence” to Repeated, or Once. If “Repeated” was selected, choose the desired days of the
week; if ONCE was selected Enter Date. The Time can be set to execute automatically at Sunrise or Sunset by pressing the Sunrise/Sunset
option. Note: The Sunrise/Sunset feature is dependent on the “Region” selected in the “Weather Forecast” section and requires internet access
for accuracy. Or, press the Timer button (to limit the scene to execute only from within a specified time window) and press on the “hour/minutes”
displayed to enter the desired time on the data entry keyboard. Press on AM/PM to change the setting.
To set the security mode, press the SECURITY button and select: DISARM, AWAY, (triggers upon arming away), STAY, NIGHT, AWAY SECURED
(triggers when exit delay has expired) and ALARM.
To set the thermostat settings, press the THERMOSTAT button and select a Thermostat Device from the drop down menu. Use the ABOVE and
BELOW buttons to increase/decrease the temperature or press the Temperature Value box and enter 2 digits for the desired temperature.
Note: Test thermostats first to ensure proper function in the Scene feature.
To set the door lock status, press the DOOR button and select a Door Device from the drop-down menu (see notes below). Select LOCKED or
UNLOCKED.
To set the zones, press the Zones button and select a zone from the drop-down menu. Select Restore, Alarm or Fault.
Note: Do not use zone Restore option in the Condition field.
Options for adding a Trigger – After each selection press SAVE!!!
In the “Trigger” box, press the Add icon.
To set the time, press the TIME button and “Set the occurrence” to Repeated, or Once. If “Repeated” was selected, choose the desired days of the
week; If ONCE was selected, Enter Date. The Time can also be set to execute automatically at Sunrise or Sunset by pressing the Sunrise/Sunset
option. Note: The Sunrise/Sunset feature is dependent on the “Region” selected in the “Weather Forecast” section and requires internet access
for accuracy. Or, press the Timer button (to limit the scene to execute only from within a specified time window) and press on the “hour/minutes”
displayed to enter the desired time on the data entry keyboard. Press on AM/PM to change the setting.
To set a security mode, press the SECURITY button and select: DISARM, AWAY, STAY, NIGHT (for residential panels only).
To set the thermostat settings, press the THERMOSTAT button to select the Thermostat Devices from the drop down menu. Use the ABOVE
and BELOW button to increase/decrease the temperature range or press the Temperature Value box and enter 2 digits for the desired
temperature. Note: Test thermostats first to ensure proper function in the “Scene” feature.
To set the door lock status, press the DOOR button to select a Door Device from the drop-down menu (see notes below). Select LOCKED,
UNLOCKED or CODE UNLOCKED.
To set the zones, press the Zones button and select a zone from the drop-down menu. Select Restore, Alarm or Fault.
Note: Do not use zone Restore in the Condition field.
Options for adding an Action – After each selection press SAVE!!!
In the “Action” box, press the Add icon.
To set the security mode, press the SECURITY button and select: DISARM, AWAY, STAY, NIGHT. Enter User Code, if required.
To set the light on/off, press the LIGHT button and select a Light Device from the drop down menu; set the action to ON or OFF. Press the Timer
button (to limit the scene to execute only from within a specified time window) and press on the “hour/minutes” displayed to enter the desired
time on the data entry keyboard. Press on AM/PM to change the setting. See “Automation Lighting Timer Feature” Section.
To set the thermostat settings, press the THERMOSTAT button and select a Thermostat Device from the drop-down menu. Press the Set Mode
button to set the Action to “Off”, “Heat”, or “Cool”. Press the Set Energy button and select from “Normal” or “Saving” energy mode. Press the Set
Point button and enter a set point value for “Heat Point” and “Cool Point”. Note: Test thermostats first to ensure proper function in the Scene.
To set the door lock status, press the DOOR button and select a Door Device from the drop-down menu (see notes below). Set the action to
LOCKS or UNLOCKS.
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Automation (cont'd)
Notes:
1. Motorized door lock bolts physically lock and unlock the door when activated, but if the door lock installed is a non-motorized type, activation allows the
door to be manually unlocked without a key. See “Compatible Devices” section for further information.
2. Some thermostats do not update temperature status automatically (i.e., Wayne Dalton).
3. When using a Kwikset Smartcode Electronic Deadbolt door lock (in a Scene that is programmed to trigger when unlocked) the Scene does not trigger if
using a key; enter a user code.
Create a Room
Multiple devices can function as a group by associating them in a “Room”. Follow the procedure below to create a Room.
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
Room names (i.e., All, etc.) are displayed across the top to the screen.
1. Press the Automation icon and then press the
Enter the new device name by entering it on the data entry keyboard.
Room Setup icon.
• Use the Shift icon for capital letters.
2. Press the Add icon and enter a room name on the
• Use the BS (Backspace) icon to make corrections.
“Data Entry” keyboard.
The @#$ icon is not available for use at this time.
3. Press OK.
4. Highlight the device(s) from the list that you want
Use the Edit and Delete icon to rename, or delete a room.
to add to this Room and press the Save icon.
Room Setup Icons
Delete
Edit
Add
Save
Setting a Secondary (Keypad) Controller
After all Z-Wave devices have been enrolled into the Primary (Keypad) Controller, the device information can be downloaded to a
Secondary (Keypad) Controller. Keep the controllers within 10 feet of each other, apply power to the Secondary Controller and do
the following:
ICON
ACTION
NOTES
If used for Remote Services, Tuxedo should not be configured as
1. At the Primary Controller:
a secondary controller. See the Remote Services section.
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen
and then press the Z-Wave Setup icon to display the Note: Up to 232 Secondary Controllers can be added.
When the Primary Controller icon is pressed, the message is
“Z-Wave Device Management” screen.
displayed:
2. At the Secondary Controller:
“Please remove all Z-wave devices from network first”
a) Remove any Z-Wave devices that have been added.
The message is displayed: “Scanning for Devices”
The message is displayed: “Updating Devices. Please Wait”.
b) Press the Z-Wave Primary icon (located in the lower
When the device information from the Primary Controller is
right side of the screen).
downloaded to the Secondary Controller:
c) Select Yes to change this keypad to a Secondary
• the Secondary Controller displays, “Controller Add Success”
Controller.
• the Primary Controller displays, “Device Added Successfully”
3. At the Primary Controller: Press Add.
4. At the Secondary Controller: Press Add.
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Automation (cont'd)
Updating Controllers (Keypads) with New or Removed devices
When devices are added or removed from the Z-Wave network, the device information needs to be updated in the Controllers. To
update this information you do not have to remove the device first. From the Primary controller, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. Press Add on Primary controller.
2. Press Add on Secondary controller.
NOTES
The controller scans for device changes.
The message is displayed: “Devices added Successfully”
Removing a Secondary Controller (Keypad)
To remove the Secondary controller, do the following:
ICON
ACTION
1. At the Primary Controller keypad:
a) Press Delete.
2. At the Secondary Controller keypad:
a) Press Delete.
NOTES
Both keypads will display, “Device Removed” and the Secondary Controller
keypad will revert back to the Primary Controller.
Z-Wave Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Cannot add new
device.
Device is within
proper range but still
is not enrolled.
Highlighted device
will not delete.
SOLUTION
Make sure the Z-Wave device is within range of the Tuxedo Touch keypad. You may need to move the
device closer to the keypad. Refer to the Z-Wave device Instruction Guide for proper range.
1. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Press the Automation icon from the “Home” screen and then press the
Z-Wave Setup icon to display the “Z-Wave Device Management” screen.
b) If the device does not appear on the screen, press the Z-Wave Remove/Delete icon.
2. At the Z-Wave device, press the Function Key. The screen will display a message
“Device Removed”.
3. At the Tuxedo Touch Keypad:
a) Enroll device again.
When deleting a device, if the selected device remains on the screen, highlight the device
name and press the Removed Failed Device icon.
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Automation (cont'd)
Remote Services
The Tuxedo Touch™ supports Remote Services for controlling Z-Wave devices and scenes remotely from an associated Total
Connect account.
The following describes the related features:
• Tuxedo Touch [automation] can be controlled from a smart phone, i-PadTM, AndroidTM Tablet, Blackberry® or PC using Total
Connect and includes webpage support for iOS6 and Google-TV
• Automation scenes can be created in both Total Connect and Tuxedo Touch
(Scenes created in Total Connect can be edited only via Total Connect)
• Scenes created in Total Connect can be viewed from either Total Connect or directly from Tuxedo Touch using the Remote
selection on the Tuxedo Touch scenes page
• Scenes created in Tuxedo Touch cannot be viewed from Total Connect.
NOTE: It is assumed that Z-Wave® devices have already been enrolled in Tuxedo. If not, refer to the Automation section in the
Installation Instructions for details on enrolling Z-Wave devices and creating scenes. It is also assumed the installer has an
AlarmNet Direct account and is familiar with Total Connect. If not, contact an AlarmNet representative to open an account.
The following table summarizes the relationships between Total Connect scenes and Tuxedo scenes:
Controlling
Device
Scenes created in Total Connect
Scenes created in Tuxedo
View
Edit Scenes
View
Edit Scenes
Total Connect
yes
yes
no
no
Tuxedo
yes
no
yes
yes
NOTE: For troubleshooting purposes, Total Connect server information (including IP addresses) can be viewed on the Total Connect
Server Setup screen by pressing the TC Server Info button (see next page).
Remote Services Setup
NOTE: If used for Remote Services, Tuxedo Touch should not be configured as a secondary controller.
To use Remote Service, do the following:
1. Verify the Tuxedo is connected to the Internet via its Ethernet connector.
2. Enable AlarmNet Direct, enroll the communication device and Tuxedo keypad, and enable Total Connect usage. The screen
displays “using Tuxedo Automation Module” (Yes /No); select Yes. You will need the Tuxedo keypad’s MAC ID and CRC
number, which can be found on a label on the back of the Tuxedo keypad or on its carton.
NOTE: Only the Primary keypad (if there is more than one in the same installation) can be enrolled into Total Connect.
3. Open a Total Connect account for the user if an account does not already exist.
4. After a Total Connect account has been set up, the Tuxedo Keypad must be reset (powered down and powered up).
5. Enable automation devices to be controlled by Total Connect. See “Enabling Devices for Total Connect“. After devices have been
enabled for Total Connect, follow the Total Connect prompts to synchronize the data with Tuxedo. Syncing is required before
the enabled devices will display in Total Connect.
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Automation (cont'd)
Controlling Automation (Z-Wave) Devices Remotely
Use Total Connect to control Z-Wave devices: lamp modules (binary switch), dimmer modules (multilevel switch), thermostats,
etc., from a smart phone, i-PadTM, AndroidTM Tablet, Blackberry® or PC.
1. Access the Total Connect account and navigate to the Automation section of the dashboard.
2. Select a displayed device and click the desired action. Refer to the Total Connect online help guide for further details on
controlling Z-Wave devices.
Creating Scenes in Total Connect
Use the Automation section of the dashboard in Total Connect to create up to 20 scenes. Refer to the Total Connect Online Help
Guide for further details and device limitations for creating an automation scene.
1. Access the Total Connect account and navigate to the Automation module. Click Create New. Enter a name for the scene,
select an icon, and then click on the check boxes for the various device actions desired for that scene. Set the thermostat, if
used, to the desired mode and/or temperature for that scene. Click Save when done.
NOTE: Scenes created in Total Connect can be edited only from Total Connect.
2. After scenes have been created, follow the Total Connect prompts to synchronize the data with Tuxedo. Syncing is required
before scenes created in Total Connect will display in Tuxedo.
Viewing and Controlling Total Connect Scenes from Tuxedo
Use the Scenes icon to display and control scenes that have been created in Total Connect.
1. From the “Home” screen, press the Automation and Scene Setup icons, then press the Remote button. The screen displays a
list of scenes created in Total Connect.
NOTE: The Local button allows you to view a list of scenes created in Tuxedo.
2. To control a Remote scene, select the desired scene, then click the appropriate action (ex. Run).
Enabling Devices for Total Connect
1. From the “Home” screen, press Automation > Z-Wave Setup; the “Z-Wave Device Management” screen is displayed.
2. Press the TC Enable icon; the “Z-Wave Device Management For Total Connect” screen is displayed.
3. Select the device that you want to enable/disable in Total Connect.
NOTE: Devices are defaulted to Enable.
4. Press the Save icon when done.
5. After devices have been enabled for Total Connect, follow the Total Connect prompts to synchronize the data with Tuxedo.
Syncing is required before the enabled devices will display in Total Connect.
NOTES:
1. Device IDs for Z-Wave devices could be different on Tuxedo and Total Connect web pages.
2. On Total Connect, the maximum number of supported devices is 40 switches, 3 thermostats, and 4 door locks.
Total Connect Server Screen for Troubleshooting
The “TC Server Info” screen displays the current server information and Z-Wave device status. This information is typically used
for IP connection troubleshooting purposes in collaboration with a service technician.
To access Total Connect Server Information and Z-Wave Status from the Tuxedo keypad, do the following:
1. From the “Home” Screen, press the Setup icon and then press System Setup > CS Setup; enter the installer code (if
required). Press the TC SERVER INFO button.
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Automation (cont'd)
2. The “Total Connect Server Setup” screen is displayed with the current Server information and Z-Wave Status
(enabled/disabled).
NOTE: These fields are for reference only and cannot be edited.
3. Press the Connect icon to test the connection to the AlarmNet servers.
Compatible Devices
Z-Wave devices may vary; follow the instructions in the Users Guide for your specific device when adding and deleting devices into
the Z-Wave network. Refer to the table below for some of the compatible devices.
Door Locks
Yale Real Living Push Button Lever Lock
Yale Real Living Touchscreen Lever Lock
Yale Real Living Push Button Deadbolt Lock
Yale Real Living Touchscreen Deadbolt Lock
Schalge Link Deadbolt Lock
Schlage Link Lever Lock
Kwikset Smartcode Lever Lock
Kwikset Smartcode Deadbolt Lock
Thermostats
Honeywell ECC
Wayne Dalton Zwave Thermostat
Trane Zwave Thermostat
Appliance
HomeManageable Appliance Module
Wayne Dalton Small Appliance Module
GE Wireless Lighting Control Plug-in Appliance Module
Lights
Leviton/ViziaRF+ Switches
Leviton/ViziaRF+ Dimmers
Leviton/ViziaRF+ Plug-in Modules
GE Wireless Lighting Control Dimmers
GE Wireless Lighting Control Switches
GE Wireless Lighting Control Plug-in Lamp Modules
Not all Z-wave devices have been tested and some features may produce unpredictable results.
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Important Notes
Wireless Range
This device complies with the Z-Wave® standard of open-air, line of sight transmission distances of 100 feet. Actual performance in a
home depends on the number of walls between the controller and the destination device, the type of construction and the number of ZWave enabled devices installed in the control network.
Please Note: Z-Wave home control networks are designed to work properly alongside wireless security sensors, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and
other wireless devices. Some 900MHz wireless devices such as baby cams, wireless video devices and older cordless phones may
cause interference and limit Z-Wave functionality.
Things to consider regarding RF range:
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Each wall or obstacle (such as refrigerator, big screen TV, etc.) between the remote and the destination device will reduce the
maximum range of 100 feet by approximately 25-30%.
Brick, tile or concrete walls block more of the RF signal than walls made of wooden studs and drywall.
Wall mounted Z-Wave devices installed in metal junction boxes will suffer a significant loss of range (approximately 20%)
since the metal box blocks a large part of the RF signal.
WARNING: NOT FOR USE WITH MEDICAL OR LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT!
Z-Wave enabled devices should never be used to supply power to, or control the On/Off status or medical and /or life support
equipment.
Controlling Devices:
The features and functions that can be controlled vary by manufacturer and you will need to review the user manual that was provided
to determine capabilities of each device.
Z-Wave devices are identified by the Z-Wave logo and can be purchased from your local retailer.
Z-Wave is a registered trademark Sigma Designs, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.
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Glossary
The following terms are used throughout the guide.
Arm/Disarm: “Armed” simply means that the burglary portion of your system is turned ON and is in a state of readiness.
“Disarmed” means that the burglary system is turned OFF, and must be rearmed to become operational. However, even in a
“disarmed” state, “emergency”, "carbon monoxide" and “fire” portions of your system are still operational.
Bypass: To intentionally leave a specific zone unprotected while the rest of the system is armed.
Console Emulation: Console Emulation Mode allows you to use a keypad interface just as you would a regular system keypad.
All commands shown in Console Emulation mode can also be executed from a standard alpha keypad.
Day/Night Zone: An area of protection whose violation causes a trouble indication during the disarmed (DAY) mode and an
alarm during the armed (NIGHT) mode.
Delay Zone: An area of protection containing doors most frequently used to enter or exit (typically, a front door, back door, or
door from the garage into the building). The delay zone allows sufficient time for authorized entry or exit without causing an
alarm. Consult your installer for the entry and exit delay times that have been set for your system during installation and record
them on the separate sheet provided in this guide.
Gateway Address – Sometimes called a router, a gateway is a computer and/or software used to connect two or more networks
which translates information from one network to the other. A Gateway IP Address is the IP address for the gateway.
IP Address – A unique number consisting of four parts separated by periods, assigned to every computer/workstation connected
to the Internet.
Home Screen: The screen that is normally displayed on the keypad when entries are not being made. The keypad returns to this
screen when the “Home” icon is pressed or when an entry is not received for a pre-set period of time.
Keypad: This is the device through which you operate your system. It contains graphical icons. These graphical icons control the
arming or disarming of the system, and perform other functions that were previously described in this manual.
Master Code: A 4-digit code that gives users access to all of the system’s functions, including the ability to program other users
in the system. See also “User Code.
Message Icon: A graphical icon on the Home screen that allows you to record and retrieve voice messages.
Night: An arming mode for the system. Your system installer set the type of arming and the zones armed when sing this mode.
Partition: An independent group of zones that can be armed and disarmed without affecting other zones or users.
Scene: A series of Z-Wave enabled devices in your home-control network, pre-set to operate remotely.
User Code: A 4-digit code that gives users access to the system’s basic functions. See also “Master Code.”
Zone: A specific protection point (e.g., door or window).
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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION STATEMENTS
The user shall not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless authorized by the Installation Instructions or User's Manual.
Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
FCC CLASS B STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested to FCC requirements and has been found acceptable for use. The FCC requires the following statement for your
information:
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
If using an indoor antenna, have a quality outdoor antenna installed.
•
Reorient the receiving antenna until interference is reduced or eliminated.
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Move the radio or television receiver away from the receiver/control.
•
Move the antenna leads away from any wire runs to the receiver/control.
•
Plug the receiver/control into a different outlet so that it and the radio or television receiver are on different branch circuits.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
FCC / IC STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, and RSS 210 of IC. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la FCC & de RSS 210 des Industries Canada. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux
conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences nuisibles. (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue y compris
les interférences causant une réception indésirable.
RF EXPOSURE WARNING
The Tuxedo Touch must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 7.8 in. (20 cm) from all persons and must not be colocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter except in accordance with FCC multi-transmitter product
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