BLUGUARD SmartBus P900-V16N User manual

SmartBus P900-V16N
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INTRODUCTION
The BLUGUARD Control Panel is designed for simple operation yet provides the maximum
protection for you. Please read this manual carefully and follow the instructions contained in this
book. Fill in the system information page and store this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Your security system consists of a main control panel, one or more keypads and home automation
(HA) modules, various sensors and detectors. An enclosure will contain the control panel, which
includes the system electronics and standby battery.
TESTING
To ensure that your system is functioning, it is important that you test your system weekly. Please
refer to testing procedures section in this manual. If your system does not function properly, please
contact your system installer for services. There is normally no reason for anyone other than the
installer or service professional to have access to the control panel.
LIMITATIONS
Even though BLUGUARD is an advanced security system, it does not 100% guarantee the
protection against burglary, fire or other loses. Any alarm system whether commercial or residential
is subjected to compromise or failure-to-warn for a variety of reasons. These include:
Intruders may gain access through unprotected openings or have the technical
sophistication to bypass an alarm sensor or disconnect an alarm warning device.
Intrusion detectors, smoke detectors and many sensing devices will not operate without
power. Devices powered by AC will not work if there is no AC power supply for any reason
and the back-up battery is missing, dead or improperly installed.
Alarm warning devices such as sirens may not alert people or wake up sleepers if they are
located on the other side of closed or partly closed doors.
Telephone line needed to transmit alarm events from the premise to a central monitoring
station may be out or temporary out of service. Telephone line is subject to compromise by
sophisticated method of attack.
Smoke detector used in conjunction with the alarm system may not sense fire that start
from where smoke cannot reach the detector such as wall, roof or the other side of the
doors. Smoke detector also may not sense a fire on another level of the residence or
building. In general, detectors may not always warn you about fire caused by carelessness
and safety hazards like smoking, violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of
flammable material, overloaded electrical circuits, children playing with matches.
The most common cause of an alarm system not functioning properly when an intrusion or
fire occurs is inadequate maintenance. Therefore, your system should be tested weekly to
ensure all detectors or sensors are working properly.
Installing an alarm system may make you eligible for lower insurance rates but an alarm
system is not a substitute for insurance. Homeowners, property owners and renters should
continue to insure their lives and properties.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
Central Monitoring Station Number
: ________________________________
Central Monitoring Station Account Number
: ________________________________
Note: All information is subject to changes without prior notice.
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GLOSSARY
Alarm Memory
This is the history of the most recent violations that occurred the last time
when an alarm was triggered.
Arm
To set the system into the ARMED mode. In this mode, a zone violation will
activate an alarm condition. If the system is programmed accordingly, it will
cause a reporting code to be sent to the central monitoring station.
Bypass
To deactivate zone. When the panel is ARMED, violation of a bypassed zone
will be ignored.
Chime
A short beep sound from the keypad to indicate a zone is violated.
Day Arm
Instant arming that allows for certain preprogrammed, DAY STAY zones to be
violated while the system is armed. In this mode, an ENTRY delay time will be
given to the user to disarm using the keypad after entering the armed
premises.
Day Stay Zone
Zones that are bypassed automatically when the system is DAY ARMED.
Disarm
To deactivate the system. FIRE, PANIC and MEDICAL remain active while
the system is disarmed.
Duress Code
An ambush code which will disarm the system and simultaneously send a
silent distress signal to the central monitoring station.
Entry/Exit Zone
A zone with programmable delay time will allow user to exit the premises after
arming the system and disarm by using the keypad after entering the armed
premises. This zone is generally the last exit point and the first entry point of
the building, i.e. the front door of a house.
Follower Zone
A zone that may be temporary violated during exit delay period or after the
first violation of an ENTRY/EXIT zone. This allows the user access to disarm
the system. A FOLLOWER zone will behave as an instant zone if it is violated
prior to the violation of an ENTRY/EXIT zone.
Force Arm
Arming with exit delay that allows for certain violated zones to be bypassed
temporary. When the violated zones resume, these zones will be protected.
There is an ENTRY delay time in this arming mode.
Home
Automation
(HA)
Optional system expander module that allows you to control different light and
appliances from any keypad, remote telephone, cellular phone. It can also be
programmed to turn on/off light at certain time daily or during alarm condition.
Instant Zone
When the system is armed, any violation of an instant zone will immediately
cause an alarm condition to be registered.
Master Code
Master code is a 4-digit personal identification number that allows you to
enter certain programming mode, arm or disarm the system and remotely
control the system via telephone line.
Night Arm
Instant arming that allows for certain preprogrammed, NIGHT STAY zones to
be violated while the system is armed. In this mode, there is no ENTRY delay
time for the user.
Night Stay Zone
Zones that are bypassed automatically when the system is NIGHT ARMED.
Partitioning
A partitioned system is a single physical security system that provides
independent areas of protection intended for use by independent users.
Remote Control
Arm
Arming with a momentary or latch remote control module. In this mode, it
allows certain violated zones to be bypassed temporary. When the violated
zones resume, the zone will be protected. There is an ENTRY and EXIT
delay time in this arming mode.
User Code
User code is a 4-digit personal identification number that allows you to arm or
disarm the system.
Zone
A specific area of your premises guarded by sensors, which detect violations
of that area.
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UNDERSTAND YOUR KEYPAD INDICATORS
POWER INDICATOR
(GREEN)
The indicator is
illuminated when AC
power is present
ARMED INDICATOR
(Red)
The indicator is
illuminated when the
system is armed
MEMORY
INDICATOR
(Orange)
The indicator will slow
flash when the alarm
is triggered
SERVICE INDICATOR
(Orange)
The indicator is
illuminated when the
system is in trouble
condition
ZONE INDICATORS
(Red)
Indicate the status of
the zones
KEYLOCK
INDICATOR
(Orange)
The indicator is
illuminated when the
keypad is locked
2 DAY ARM
This key will activate
the DAY ARM mode
when hold down for 2
seconds
1 AWAY ARM
This key will activate
the AWAY ARM mode
when hold down for 2
seconds
3 NIGHT ARM
This key will activate
the NIGHT ARM
mode when hold
down for 2 seconds
5 TURN ON/OFF HA
POINT
This key will TURN
ON/OFF HA point
when hold down for 2
seconds
FIRE ALARM
This key will activate
the FIRE ALARM
when hold down for 2
seconds
4 FORCE ARM
This key will activate
the FORCE ARM
mode when hold
down for 2 seconds
PANIC ALARM
This key will activate
the PANIC ALARM
when hold down for 2
seconds
7 VIEW TROUBLE
This key will activate
the VIEW TROUBLE
mode when hold
down for 2 seconds
6 BYPASS ZONE
This key will activate
the BYPASS mode
when hold down for 2
seconds
STAR CANCEL
This key will cancel
any unintended
entries
MEDICAL ALARM
This key will activate
the MEDICAL ALARM
when hold down for 2
seconds
8 VIEW ALARM
MEMORY
This key will activate
the VIEW ALARM
MEMORY mode
when hold down for 2
seconds
MODE
This key will start the
programming or test
mode command
0 HOLIDAY MODE
This key will activate
HOLIDAY mode when
hold down for 2
seconds
HASH ENTER
This key will confirm
all commands entered
to the system
SYSTEM SUMMARY
TABLE
This sticker will show
all zones location and
all 1 touch
9 CHIME MODE
This key will activate
the CHIME mode
when hold down for 2
seconds
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SUMMARY OF OPERATION
Intelligent Disarm
[4-digit User Code] + [#]
Intelligent Arming
[4-digit User Code] + [#]
Away Arm
Hold down [1] for 2 seconds
Day Arm
Hold down [2] for 2 seconds
Night Arm
Hold down [3] for 2 seconds
Force Arm
Hold down [4] for 2 seconds
Turn On/Off Home
Automation Point
Hold down [5] for 2 seconds + [HA point numbers 1 to 8] + [#]
Bypass Security Zone
Hold down [6] for 2 seconds + [zone numbers 1 to 16] + [#]
View System Trouble
Hold down [7] for 2 seconds
View Alarm Memory
Hold down [8] for 2 seconds
Program Chime Zone
Hold down [9] for 2 seconds + [zone numbers 1 to 16] + [#]
Holiday Mode Arming
Hold down [0] for 2 seconds
Activate Fire Alarm
Hold down [F] for 2 seconds
Activate Panic Alarm
Hold down [P] for 2 seconds
Activate Medical Alarm
Hold down [M] for 2 seconds
Turn On/Off Keypad
Buzzer
Hold down [MODE] for 2 seconds
Remark:
To enter zone number more than 9, press button [F] to represent the ten’s digit.
e.g. To enter zone number 15, press [F] + [5].
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SUMMARY OF OPERATION
PARTITION SYSTEM ENABLED
Intelligent Disarm
[4-digit User Code] + [#] + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
Intelligent Arming
[4-digit User Code] + [#] + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
Away Arm
Hold down [1] for 2 seconds + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
Day Arm
Hold down [2] for 2 seconds + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
Night Arm
Hold down [3] for 2 seconds + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
Force Arm
Hold down [4] for 2 seconds + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
Holiday Mode Arming
Hold down [0] for 2 seconds + [Partition 1] or [Partition 2]
TESTING THE SYSTEM
Sensor Walk Test
[MODE] [1] [#]
CMS Reporting Test
[MODE] [2] [#]
Siren Test
[MODE] [3] [#]
Strobe Light Test
[MODE] [4] [#]
Battery Test
[MODE] [5] [#]
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P900-V16N & GSM MODULE TELEPHONY CONTROL DIAGRAM
Call In to System:
Dial
Phone
Number
Wait for
Answer
[Master
Code] +
[#]
System
welcome
note and
voice
menu
1
System Voice Report on:
- Alarm triggered zone
- System Arm / Disarm
- Zone Open / Close / Bypassed
- Siren On / Off / Fail
- AC power status
- Home Automation On / Off
System Call Out:
Answer
Call
Slow
beeps
[Master
Code] +
[#]
System
voice
report
and voice
menu
2
Force Arm / Disarm system
3
On/Off Siren
4 On/Off
Home
Automation
Point
01 to 08
(HA
Points)
0 (ON /
OFF All
HA
Points)
5 Bypass/
Unbypass
Zone
01 to 16
(Zone
number)
0 Bypass/
Unbypass
All Zones
# (Terminate Telephone
Reporting Immediately)
Remark:
The system will automatically cut off telephone line if the user does not key in any number for more
than 60 seconds or key in wrong master code more than 3 times.
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USER PROGRAMMING SUMMARY DIAGRAM
PROGRAM CODES
MASTER CODE
ENTER USER
PROGRAMMING
MODE
Press [01] + [New Code] + [Re-enter New Code] + [#]
[ ] + [MODE] +
[Master Code] + [#]
USER CODE
Press [02 - 14] + [New Code] + [Re-enter New Code] + [#]
Correct code or
step – 2 beeps
Wrong code or
step – 1 long beep
DOOR ACCESS CODE
Press [15] + [New Code] + [Re-enter New Code] + [#]
DURESS CODE
Press [16] + [New Code] + [Re-enter New Code] + [#]
PROGRAM SYSTEM CLOCK
SYSTEM TIME CLOCK
Press [17] + [Timer in 24-hour format] + [#]
PROGRAM SECURITY TIMERS
SECURITY AUTO ARM/DISARM TIMERS
Press [18 - 21] + [Timer in 24-hour format] + [#]
PROGRAM HOME AUTOMATION TIMERS
HOME AUTOMATION ON/OFF TIMERS
Press [22- 25] + [Timer in 24-hour format] + [#]
PROGRAM REPORTING TELEPHONE NUMBER
REPORTING TELEPHONE NUMBER
Press [30 - 31] + [Reporting telephone number] + [#]
EXIT USER PROGRAMMING MODE
EXIT USER PROGRAMMING MODE
Press [MODE] + [#]
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Enter User Programming Mode
[ Ж ] + [MODE] + [4-digit Master Code] + [#]
Exit User Programming Mode
[MODE] + [#]
Program New or Change Existing
Master Code
[01] + [New Master Code] + [Re-enter New Master Code] +
[#]
Program New or Change Existing
User Code 2
[02] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 3
[03] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 4
[04] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 5
[05] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 6
[06] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 7
[07] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 8
[08] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 9
[09] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 10
[10] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 11
[11] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 12
[12] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 13
[13] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
User Code 14
[14] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
Program New or Change Existing
Door Access Code
[15] +[New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
Program New or Change Existing
Duress Code
[16] + [New User Code] + [Re-enter New User Code] + [#]
Remark:
All programmed codes must be unique from each other. Duplicate code will be rejected during
user programming mode.
Door Access Code is not a security code. This code cannot ARM/DISARM the security system.
Door Access Code is a special code programmed to control your access system.
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Program System Timer
System Clock
[17] + [Current Time in 24-hour Format] + [#]
Program Security Timers
Partition 1 Auto Arm Timer
[18] + [Partition 1 Security Auto ARM Timer] + [#]
Partition 1 Auto Disarm Timer
[19] + [Partition 1 Security Auto DISARM Timer] + [#]
Partition 2 Auto Arm Timer
[20] + [Partition 2 Security Auto ARM Timer] + [#]
Partition 2 Auto Disarm Timer
[21] + [Partition 2 Security Auto DISARM Timer] + [#]
Program Home Automation Timers
Home Automation Auto ON
Timer 1
[22] + [Home Automation Auto ON Timer 1] + [#]
Home Automation Auto OFF
Timer 1
[23] + [Home Automation Auto OFF Timer 1] + [#]
Home Automation Auto ON
Timer 2
[24] + [Home Automation Auto ON Timer 2] + [#]
Home Automation Auto OFF
Timer 2
[25] + [Home Automation Auto OFF Timer 2] + [#]
Remark: All programmed timer must be in 24-hour format e.g. 7 am = 07 00, 8 pm = 20 00.
Program Reporting Telephone Number
Telephone Number 1
[30] + [Reporting Telephone Number 1] + [#]
Telephone Number 2
[31] + [Reporting Telephone Number 2] + [#]
Remark: Button “P” on the keypad is representing a “PAUSE” key of 5 seconds duration,
Button “M” on the keypad is representing a “ Ж ” key of telephone system.
ARMING THE SYSTEM
There are various options for arming the system
a.
Partition Arming
b.
Away Arming
c.
Day Arming
d.
Night Arming
e.
Force Arming
f.
Holiday Arming
g.
Remote Control Away Arming
h.
Timer Auto Arming
i.
Telephone Remote Arming
For information on how to ARM Partition system, please refer to PARTITIONING THE SYSTEM at
page 17.
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AWAY ARMING
[∗
∗] + [USER CODE] + [#]
(Leave via ENTRY/EXIT Zone)
1. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
2. Press the [∗
∗] key to cancel any unintended entries.
3. Enter a valid 4-digit [USER CODE]. If you enter any mistakes, press [∗
∗] key and re-enter
the code followed by [#] key to confirm you command.
4. The P1 indicator will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for
the duration of the EXIT delay. Any bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone
indicators.
5. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
6. During AWAY arming, the telephone line will be supervised hourly. If the telephone line is
disconnected, a new trouble condition will be registered (please refer to View System
Trouble at page 13).
7. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
[1]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
8. It is also possible to AWAY arm by simply enter and hold down [1] key for 2 seconds.
DAY ARMING
[2]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This arming mode is ideal for DAY time arming with user still remains in the protected
premises.
2. In this mode, the system will be armed instantly with certain preprogrammed, DAY STAY
zones bypassed automatically.
3. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
4. DO NOT open the ENTRY/EXIT zone.
5. Enter and hold down [2] key for 2 seconds.
6. The P1 indicator will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to
confirm the arming.
7. Any DAY STAY zones will be automatically bypassed (shown by flashing zone indicators).
8. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to DISARM the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
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NIGHT ARMING
[3]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This arming mode is ideal for NIGHT time arming with user still remains in the protected
premises.
2. In this mode, the system will be armed instantly with certain preprogrammed, NIGHT STAY
zones bypassed automatically.
3. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
4. DO NOT open the ENTRY/EXIT zone.
5. Enter and hold down [3] key for 2 seconds.
6. The P1 indicator will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to
confirm the arming.
7. Any NIGHT STAY zones will be automatically bypassed (shown by flashing zone
indicators).
8. There is no ENTRY delay in this arming mode. Any violation on the active zones will trigger
the system instantly.
FORCE ARMING
[4]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. In this mode, the system will be armed with EXIT delay time which allows certain violated
zones to be bypassed temporary. When the violated zones resume, the zone will be
protected again.
2. Enter and hold down [4] key for 2 seconds.
3. The P1 indicator will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for
the duration of the EXIT delay. Any bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone
indicators.
4. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to DISARM the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
HOLIDAY ARMING
[0]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This arming mode is ideal for long away occasion (holiday).
2. In this mode, the system will be AWAY armed. Home Automation points will be random
ON/OFF every hour to simulate occupancy from 7pm to 1am.
3. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
4. Enter and hold down [0] key for 2 seconds.
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5. The P1 indicator will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for
the duration of the EXIT delay. Any bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone
indicators.
6. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
7. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
8. After disarming, Home Automation random ON/OFF function will be deactivated and the
system will resume to normal Home Automation ON/OFF timers setting.
REMOTE CONTROL ARMING
1. This arming mode is ideal for remote control unit or key-switch arming.
2. The system will arm in AWAY arming mode.
3. The system will be armed with EXIT delay time which allows certain violated zones to be
bypassed temporary. When the violated zones resume, the zone will be protected again.
4. Press the remote control button or twist and release the key-switch.
5. The system will be armed instantly. Leave the premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
6. The P1 indicator will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to
confirm the arming.
7. If programmed to do so, the siren will sound briefly for this remote control arming (please
refer to Installer Programming section – system option setting).
8. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to DISARM the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
TIMER AUTO ARMING
1. Your system can be programmed to automatically ARM itself according to a programmed
schedule.
2. This arming mode will automatically turn to FORCE ARM mode when the system timer
reaches the preset AUTO ARM time.
3. Please refer to User Programming section – Program Auto ARM Timers.
TELEPHONE REMOTE ARMING
1. Your system can be remotely ARM from outside the house through any normal DTMF
telephone or GSM hand phone.
2. This arming mode will automatically turn to FORCE ARM mode when the user enter a
correct Master Code through Telephone or hand phone.
3. Please refer to Telephone Control Diagram at page 6.
DISARMING THE SYSTEM
There are various options for disarming the system:
a. Partition Disarming
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b. Keypad Disarming
c. Remote Control Disarming
d. Timer Auto Disarming
e. Telephone Remote Disarm
For information on how to DISARM Partition system, please refer to PARTITIONING THE SYSTEM
at page 17.
KEYPAD DISARMING
[USER CODE] + [#]
1. To disarm the system, enter a valid 4-digit [USER CODE] followed by [#] key before expiry
of the entry delay time.
2. Enter the premises through a designated ENTRY/EXIT zone; entering via other zones will
trigger an alarm instantly.
3. The ENTRY delay begins once the ENTRY zone is violated.
4. The keypad audible indicator will sound for the duration of the ENTRY delay to indicate that
a valid user code is required.
5. If the P1 indicator remains illuminated, an error has been made while entering the user
code, press [∗
∗] key and re-enter the user code.
6. Once the system is disarmed, the P1 indicator will extinguish and the keypad audible
indicator will stop.
7. If no valid user code has been entered by the end of the ENTRY delay period, an ALARM
condition will be registered and stored into the system MEMORY.
8. If programmed to do so, the keypad will be locked and non-responsive for a
preprogrammed period for certain number of incorrect user codes, which are entered
consecutively more than the keypad lock counter.
9. If the ENTRY delay is too short, have your installer to change the ENTRY delay period.
10. If the MEMORY indicator is flashing upon entry, there has been an intrusion. Call for
assistance. The intruder may still be inside.
REMOTE CONTROL DISARMING
1. To instantly disarm the system, press the remote control button or twist and release the
key-switch.
2. If the P1 indicator remains illuminated, press the remote control button or twist and release
the key-switch again.
3. The system will be disarmed instantly. The P1 indicator will extinguish and the keypad
audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to confirm the disarming.
4. If programmed to do so, the siren will sound briefly for this remote control disarming.
(Please refer to Installer Programming Section – System Option Setting).
TIMER AUTO DISARMING
1. Your system can be programmed to automatically DISARM itself according to a
programmed schedule.
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2. Please refer to User Programming section – Program Auto Disarm Timer.
TELEPHONE REMOTE DISARMING
1. Your system can be remotely DISARM from outside the house through any normal DTMF
telephone or GSM hand phone.
2. This disarming mode will automatically turn off the security system when the user enters a
correct Master Code through Telephone or hand phone.
3. Please refer to Telephone Control Diagram at page 6.
TURN ON/OFF HOME AUTOMATION POINT
[5]
+ [HA POINT NUMBERS] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
(1 to 8)
1. Enter and hold down [5] key for 2 seconds.
2. The POWER and P1 indicators will slow flash and keypad audible indicator will sound 2
beeps.
3. Zone indicators 1 to 8 will turn ON if the respective HA points are ON.
4. Zone indicators 1 to 8 will turn OFF if the respective HA points are OFF.
5. Enter the HA point numbers followed by [#] key. Keypad audible indicator will sound 2
beeps to confirm the command and the system will be back to normal mode.
6. To turn On/Off all Home Automation (HA) points at once, enter [0] key followed by [#].
7. Keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to confirm the command and the system will
be back to normal mode.
e.g. To turn ON/OFF HA point 3 and 4:
Press and hold down [5] for 2 seconds + [3] + [4] + [#]
Keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to confirm the command. HA point 3 and 4 will
turn ON.
BYPASS ZONE
[6]
+ [ZONE NUMBERS] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
(01 to 16)
1. Enter and hold down [6] key for 2 seconds.
2. The P1 and KEYLOCK indicators will slow flash and keypad audible indicator will sound 2
beeps.
3. Press the zone number that needs to be bypassed, e.g. press [2] if you wish to bypass
zone 2.
4. To enter zone number more than 9, press button [F] to represent the ten’s digit.
5. E.g. To enter zone number 12, press [F] + [2], zone number 16 press [F] + [6].
6. Repeat step 3 to bypass other zones.
7. Press [#] key to exit the bypass mode and keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to
confirm the command.
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8. To bypass all zones at once, enter [0] key followed buy [#].
9. Keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to confirm the command and the system will
be back to normal mode.
10. The relevant ZONE indicator will slow flash to indicate that the zone is bypassed now.
11. Zones cannot be bypassed once the system is armed.
12. All bypassed zones will be automatically un-bypassed each time the system is disarmed
and must be reapplied before the next arming.
UN-BYPASS ZONE
[6]
+ [ZONE NUMBERS] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
(01 to 16)
1. Enter and hold down [6] key for 2 seconds.
2. The P1 and KEYLOCK indicators will slow flash and keypad audible indicator will sound 2
beeps.
3. Press the zone number corresponding to the current bypassed zone.
4. To enter zone number more than 9, press button [F] to represent the ten’s digit.
5. E.g. To enter zone number 12, press [F] + [2], zone number 16 press [F] + [6].
6. Repeat step 3 to un-bypass other zones.
7. Press [#] key to exit the un-bypass mode and keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps
to confirm the command.
8. To unbypass all zones at once, enter [0] key followed buy [#].
9. Keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to confirm the command and the system will
be back to normal mode.
10. The relevant ZONE indicator will extinguish to indicate that the zone is now active.
VIEW SYSTEM TROUBLE
[7]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. The system will monitor a number of possible trouble conditions. If one of these conditions
occurs, the SERVICE indicator will turn ON.
2. The SERVICE indicator will still be illuminated until the trouble is restored.
3. Enter and hold down [7] key for 2 seconds.
4. The SERVICE and KEYLOCK indicators will slow flash and keypad audible indicator will
sound 2 beeps.
5. One or more ZONE indicators will turn ON to indicate the troubles occur.
6. Press [#] key to exit and keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps.
ZONE 1 indicator
ZONE 2 indicator
ZONE 3 indicator
ZONE 4 indicator
ZONE 5 indicator
AC Loss
Real Time Clock Loss (Program System Timer - refer to page 24)
Siren Fail
Battery Low Voltage
Telephone Line/GSM CMS Reporting Fail
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ZONE 6 indicator
ZONE 7 indicator
Telephone Line/GSM Personal Reporting Fail
Telephone Line Connection Fail
Remark: Zone 1, 2, 3 and 4 indicators will only be extinguished after the troubles are restored.
Zone 5, 6 and 7 indicators will be extinguished when they are viewed once.
VIEW ALARM MEMORY
[8]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. The system alarm memory will store the most recent alarm condition. An alarm condition
will cause the MEMORY indicator to slow flash.
2. The MEMORY indicator will extinguish once the user enters VIEW ALARM MEMORY
mode.
3. Enter and hold down [8] key for 2 seconds.
4. The MEMORY indicator will turn ON and keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps.
5. One or more ZONE indicators will turn ON to indicate the zones that cause the most recent
alarm.
6. Press [#] key to exit and keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps.
CHIME MODE
The chime mode allows user to monitor nominated zones while the system is disarmed. The
audible indicator will sound briefly when the nominated zone is violated – the siren will NOT sound.
If you wish to know there is someone enters or exits the front door, the keypad will beep once when
the door is opened provided the zone is a chime zone.
[9]
+ [ZONE NUMBERS] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
(01 to 16)
1. Press and hold down [9] key for 2 seconds.
2. The POWER and KEYLOCK indicators will slow flash and keypad audible indicator will
sound 2 beeps.
3. To change any zone to chime zone, just press the key corresponding to that zone. The
zone indicator will illuminate constantly.
4. To enter zone number more than 9, press button [F] to represent the ten’s digit.
5. E.g. To enter zone number 12, press [F] + [2], zone number 16 press [F] + [6].
6. Press [#] key to exit the chime mode and keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to
confirm the command.
e.g. To program zone 3 and zone 4 as CHIME zones:
Press and hold down [9] for 2 seconds + [3] + [4] + [#]
Keypad audible indicator will sound 2 beeps to confirm the command. Zone 3 and 4 are
now CHIME zones.
TO CANCEL CHIME ZONE:
Repeat the above steps and ensure that the zone indicator is extinguished.
EMERGENCY SITUATION
FIRE MODE
[F]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
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1. This key will activate the FIRE ALARM condition when it is held down for 2 seconds.
2. The FIRE ALARM condition can also be triggered by an installed smoke detector, which is
set as fire zone.
3. The siren will sound and the FIRE REPORTING CODE will be transmitted to the central
monitoring station.
4. To silence the siren, enter a 4-digit user code followed by [#] key.
PANIC MODE
[P]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This key will activate the PANIC ALARM condition when it is held down for 2 seconds.
2. The PANIC ALARM condition can also be activated by any FIXED or REMOTE PANIC
button that has been installed.
3. If the panic button is set as silent zone, then the PANIC REPORTING CODE will be
transmitted to the central monitoring station without the siren sounding. Ensure that your
installer has enabled this function if it is required.
4. To silence the siren, enter a valid 4-digit user code followed by [#] key. If the siren is not
cancelled, it will stop automatically after the SIREN TIME OUT period.
5. Press this key only in an emergency situation that requires response by emergency
personnel.
MEDICAL MODE
[M]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This key will activate the MEDICAL ALARM condition when it is held down for 2 seconds.
2. The keypad audible indicator will sound to indicate that a MEDICAL ALARM has been
initiated.
3. The siren will sound and the MEDICAL REPORTING CODE will be transmitted to the
central monitoring station.
4. To silence the siren, enter a 4-digit user code followed by [#] key.
DURESS CODE
1. This is a special 4-digit user code that is only used in the unique situation where an intruder
forces one to disarm the system “under duress”.
2. When the duress code is entered, the control panel will be disarmed. However, a DURESS
REPORTING CODE is transmitted to the central monitoring station to inform them that you
have been forced to disarm the control panel by an intruder.
3. It is advisable to choose a code that can be easily remembered by all family (or staff)
members.
PARTITIONING THE SYSTEM
Depending on your need, your installer can program your control panel to recognize and control 2
separate areas (Partition 1 and Partition 2) by activating the system’s partitioning feature. User
codes can also be programmed to ARM/DISARM one partition or both partitions simultaneously.
You can use partitioning in installations where shared systems are more practical, such as
office/warehouse buildings, or apartment/condominium complexes.
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ARMING A PARTITIONED SYSTEM
Zones can be divided into two systems. Based on your requirements, the installer designates which
zones belong to Partition 1 and Partition 2, both partitions (dual area), or are not given any partition
assignment. A zone belonging to a 2 partitions is armed only when both Partition 1 and Partition 2
are armed. However, this sharing zone will be disarmed if either Partition 1 or Partition 2 is
disarmed.
The installer must program the required user code settings. These settings determine which user
codes can arm Partition 1, as well as which user codes can arm Partition 2. Codes can also be
given access to both partitions.
AWAY ARMING 2 PARTITIONS SIMULTANEOUSLY
If your user code has access to both partitions
[*] + [USER CODE] + [#] + [1] + [2]
(Leave via ENTRY/EXIT Zone)
1. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
2. Press the [*] key to cancel any unintended entries.
3. Enter a valid 4-digit [USER CODE]. If you enter mistakes, press [*] key and re-enter the
code followed by [#] key to confirm your command.
4. If the key in user code is assigned to control 2 partitions, zone indicators 1 and 2 will flash.
Enter key [1] followed by key [2].
5. The P1 and P2 indicators will illuminate and the keypad audible indicator will sound on and
off for the duration of the EXIT delay. Any bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing
zone indicators.
6. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
7. During AWAY arming, the telephone line will be supervised hourly. If the telephone line is
disconnected, a new trouble condition will be registered (please refer to View System
Trouble).
8. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
[1]
+
[1 or 2]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
9. It is also possible to AWAY arm by simply enter and hold down [1] key for 2 seconds.
10. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
11. Enter key [1] followed by key [2] to both partitions.
AWAY ARMING EITHER 1 PARTITION
If your user code has access to 2 partitions and you would like to arm Partition 1 only
[*] + [USER CODE] + [#] + [1] + [#]
(Leave via ENTRY/EXIT Zone)
If your user code has access to 2 partitions and you would like to arm Partition 2 only
[*] + [USER CODE] + [#] + [2] + [#]
(Leave via ENTRY/EXIT Zone)
1. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
2. Press the [*] key to cancel any unintended entries.
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3. Enter a valid 4-digit [USER CODE]. If you enter mistakes, press [*] key and re-enter the
code followed by [#] key to confirm your command.
4. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash. Enter the partition number that you wish to arm
followed by [#] key.
5. The P1 indicator will illuminate of Partition 1 is armed.
6. The P2 indicator will illuminate of Partition 2 is armed.
7. The keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for the duration of the EXIT delay. Any
bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone indicators.
8. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
9. During AWAY arming, the telephone line will be supervised hourly. If the telephone line is
disconnected, a new trouble condition will be registered (please refer to View System
Trouble).
10. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
If your user code has access to 1 partition only
[*] + [USER CODE] + [#]
(Leave via ENTRY/EXIT Zone)
1. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
2. Press the [*] key to cancel any unintended entries.
3. Enter a valid 4-digit [USER CODE]. If you enter mistakes, press [*] key and re-enter the
code followed by [#] key to confirm your command.
4. The P1 indicator will illuminate if the entered user code is Partition 1 user code.
5. The P2 indicator will illuminate if the entered user code is Partition 2 user code.
6. The keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for the duration of the EXIT delay. Any
bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone indicators.
7. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
8. During AWAY arming, the telephone line will be supervised hourly. If the telephone line is
disconnected, a new trouble condition will be registered (please refer to View System
Trouble).
9. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
FASTKEY AWAY ARMING EITHER 1 PARTITION
[1]
+
[1 or 2] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
2. Enter and hold down key [1] for 2 seconds.
3. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
4. Enter key [1] to arm Partition 1 or enter key [2] to arm Partition 2 followed by [#] key.
5. The P1 indicator will illuminate of Partition 1 is armed.
6. The P2 indicator will illuminate of Partition 2 is armed.
7. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
8. During AWAY arming, the telephone line will be supervised hourly. If the telephone line is
disconnected, a new trouble condition will be registered (please refer to View System
Trouble).
9. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
PARTITION DAY ARMING
[2]
+
[1 or 2] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
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1. This arming mode is ideal for DAY time arming with user still remains in the protected
premises.
2. In this mode, system will be armed instantly with certain preprogrammed, DAY STAY
zones bypassed automatically.
3. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
4. DO NOT open the ENTRY/EXIT zone.
5. Enter and hold down key [2] for 2 seconds.
6. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
7. Enter key [1] to arm Partition 1 or enter key [2] to arm Partition 2 followed by [#] key.
8. The P1 indicator will illuminate of Partition 1 is armed.
9. The P2 indicator will illuminate of Partition 2 is armed.
10. Any DAY STAY zones will be automatically bypassed (shown by flashing zone indicators).
11. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
PARTITION NIGHT ARMING
[3]
+
[1 or 2] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This arming mode is ideal for NIGHT time arming with user still remains in the protected
premises.
2. In this mode, system will be armed instantly with certain preprogrammed, NIGHT STAY
zones bypassed automatically.
3. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
4. DO NOT open the ENTRY/EXIT zone.
5. Enter and hold down key [3] for 2 seconds.
6. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
7. Enter key [1] to arm Partition 1 or enter key [2] to arm Partition 2 followed by [#] key.
8. The P1 indicator will illuminate of Partition 1 is armed.
9. The P2 indicator will illuminate of Partition 2 is armed.
10. Any NIGHT STAY zones will be automatically bypassed (shown by flashing zone
indicators).
11. There is no ENTRY delay in this arming mode. Any violation on the active zones will trigger
the system instantly.
PARTITION FORCE ARMING
[4]
+
[1 or 2] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. In this mode, the system will be armed with EXIT delay time which allows certain violated
zones to be bypassed temporary. When the violated zones resume, the zone will be
protected again.
2. Enter and hold down key [4] for 2 seconds.
3. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
4. Enter key [1] to arm Partition 1 or enter key [2] to arm Partition 2 followed by [#] key.
5. The P1 indicator will illuminate of Partition 1 is armed.
6. The P2 indicator will illuminate of Partition 2 is armed.
7. Keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for the duration of the EXIT delay. Any
bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone indicators.
8. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
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PARTITION HOLIDAY ARMING
[0]
+
[1 or 2] + [#]
(Press and hold down for 2 seconds)
1. This arming mode is ideal for long away occasion (holiday).
2. In this mode, the system will be AWAY armed. Home Automation points will be random
ON/OFF every hour to simulate occupancy from 7pm to 1am.
3. Ensure that all zone indicators are distinguished; if not, check that all protected premises
are closed.
4. Enter and hold down [0] key for 2 seconds.
5. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
6. Enter key [1] to arm Partition 1 or enter key [2] to arm Partition 2 followed by [#] key.
7. The P1 indicator will illuminate of Partition 1 is armed.
8. The P2 indicator will illuminate of Partition 2 is armed.
9. Keypad audible indicator will sound on and off for the duration of the EXIT delay. Any
bypassed zones will be shown by the flashing zone indicators.
10. Leave the premises only via the EXIT/ENTRY zone.
11. User will be given an ENTRY delay time to disarm the system when enter the protected
premises via ENTRY/EXIT zone.
12. After disarming, Home Automation random ON/OFF function will be deactivated and the
system will resume to normal Home Automation ON/OFF timers setting.
PARTITION DISARMING
[USER CODE] + [#]
1. To disarm the system, enter a valid 4-digit [USER CODE] followed by [#] key before expiry
of the entry delay time.
2. Enter the premises through a designated ENTRY/EXIT zone; entering via other zones will
trigger an alarm instantly.
3. The ENTRY delay begins once the ENTRY zone is violated.
4. The keypad audible indicator will sound for the duration of the ENTRY delay to indicate that
a valid user code is required.
5. Zone indicator [1] and [2] will flash.
6. Enter key [1] to disarm Partition 1 or enter key [2] to disarm Partition 2 followed by [#] key.
7. The P1 indicator will turn off if Partition 1 is disarmed.
8. The P2 indicator will turn off if Partition 2 is disarmed.
9. If the P1 or P2 indicators remain illuminated, an error has been made while entering the
user code, press [∗
∗] key and re-enter the user code.
10. Once the system is disarmed, the P1 indicator will extinguish and the keypad audible
indicator will stop.
11. If no valid user code has been entered by the end of the ENTRY delay period, an ALARM
condition will be registered and stored into the system MEMORY.
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12. If programmed to do so, the keypad will be locked and non-responsive for a
preprogrammed period for certain number of incorrect user codes, which are entered
consecutively more than the keypad lock counter (Please refer to Installer Programming
Section – Keypad Lock Counter).
13. If the ENTRY delay is too short, have your installer to change the ENTRY delay period.
14. If the MEMORY indicator is flashing upon entry, there has been an intrusion. Call for
assistance. The intruder may still be inside.
USER CODE
Master code is a 4-digit personal identification number that allows you to enter certain programming
mode, arm or disarm the system and remotely control the system via telephone line. In additional to
Master Code, P900-V16 can be programmed to accept 13 user codes that allow you to arm/disarm
the system. The default Master Code is “1234”.
Door Access Code is a special 4-digit code that allows you to control a single door access system.
The Door Access Code cannot arm or disarm the security system.
Duress Code is an ambush code which will disarm the system and simultaneously send a silent
alarm signal to the center monitoring station. It is very useful code when you are forced to disarm
your security system under threat.
USER PROGRAMMING MODE
ENTER USER PROGRAMMING MODE
[
] [MODE] + [USER MASTER CODE] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is not ARMED.
2. Press the [∗
∗] key to cancel any unintended entries.
3. Press [MODE] key to go into USER PROGRAMMING mode.
4. Enter a valid 4-digit [USER MASTER CODE]. If you enter any mistakes, press [∗
∗] key and
repeat step 3.
5. If a wrong USER MASTER CODE is entered, a long beep will be sound. Repeat step 3-4 to
enter USER PROGRAMMING MODE.
6. The POWER and SERVICE indicators will slow flash and the keypad audible indicator will
sound 2 beeps if a valid USER MASTER CODE is entered.
7. Enter COMMAND ADDRESS according to the setting that you wish to change (Please
refer to User Programming Summary Table at page 7-9).
8. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
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EXIT USER PROGRAMMING MODE
[MODE] + [#]
1. Once all setting is programmed, press [MODE] followed by [#] key to exit.
2. The POWER and SERVICE indicators will stop flashing.
3. The keypad will sound 2 beeps to confirm the exit command.
PROGRAM NEW AND CHANGING EXISTING USER CODE
[COMMAND ADDRESS] + [NEW CODE] + [RE-ENTER NEW CODE] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [COMMAND ADDRESS] that you wish to change [01-14].
3. Enter the new 4-digit [USER CODE] and re-enter the new 4-digit [USER CODE] followed
by [#] key.
4. Repeat step 2-3 to enter or change other user codes.
5. If any of the user codes are not used, please ensure that they are all erased.
6. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM NEW AND CHANGING EXISTING DOOR ACCESS CODE
[COMMAND ADDRESS] + [NEW CODE] + [RE-ENTER NEW CODE] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter command address [15].
3. Enter the new 4-digit [USER CODE] and re-enter the new 4-digit [USER CODE] followed
by [#] key.
4. Repeat step 2-3 to enter or change other user codes.
5. If any of the user codes are not used, please ensure that they are all erased.
6. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM NEW AND CHANGING EXISTING DURESS CODE
[COMMAND ADDRESS] + [NEW CODE] + [RE-ENTER NEW CODE] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter command address [16].
3. Enter the new 4-digit [USER CODE] and re-enter the new 4-digit [USER CODE] followed
by [#] key.
4. Repeat step 2-3 to enter or change other user codes.
5. If any of the user codes are not used, please ensure that they are all erased.
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6. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
ERASE USER, DOOR ACCESS or DURESS CODE
[COMMAND ADDRESS] + [0000] + [0000] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [COMMAND ADDRESS] that you wish to erase followed by [#] key.
3. Enter the 4-digit [0000] and re-enter the 4-digit [0000] followed by [#] key.
4. Repeat step 2-3 to erase other user codes.
5. Master and Duress codes cannot be erased.
6. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM SYSTEM TIMER
[17] + [CURRENT TIME] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [17] for system timer setting.
3. Enter the [CURRENT TIME] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM PARTITION 1 AUTO ARM TIMER
[18] + [AUTO ARM TIMER] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [18] for auto arm timer setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO ARM TIMER] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE PARTITION 1 AUTO ARM TIMER
[18] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [18] for auto arm timer setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO ARM TIMER setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM PARTITION 1 AUTO DISARM TIMER
[19] + [AUTO DISARM TIMER] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
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2. Enter [19] for auto disarm timer setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO DISARM TIMER] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE PARTITION 1 AUTO DISARM TIMER
[19] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [19] for auto disarm timer setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO DISARM TIMER setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM PARTITION 2 AUTO ARM TIMER
[20] + [AUTO ARM TIMER] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [20] for auto arm timer setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO ARM TIMER] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE PARTITION 2 AUTO ARM TIMER
[20] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [20] for auto arm timer setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO ARM TIMER setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM PARTITION 2 AUTO DISARM TIMER
[21] + [AUTO DISARM TIMER] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [21] for auto disarm timer setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO DISARM TIMER] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE PARTITION 2 AUTO DISARM TIMER
[21] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
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2. Enter [21] for auto disarm timer setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO DISARM TIMER setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM AUTO ON TIMER 1 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[22] + [AUTO ON TIMER 1] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [22] for auto on timer 1 setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO ON TIMER 1] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE AUTO ON TIMER 1 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[22] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [22] for auto on timer 1 setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO ON TIMER 1 setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM AUTO OFF TIMER 1 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[23] + [AUTO OFF TIMER 1] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [23] for auto off timer 1 setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO OFF TIMER 1] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE AUTO OFF TIMER 1 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[23] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [23] for auto off timer 1 setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO OFF TIMER 1 setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM AUTO ON TIMER 2 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[24] + [AUTO ON TIMER 2] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [24] for auto on timer 2 setting.
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3. Enter the [AUTO ON TIMER 2] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE AUTO ON TIMER 2 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[24] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [24] for auto on timer 2 setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO ON TIMER 2 setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM AUTO OFF TIMER 2 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[25] + [AUTO OFF TIMER 2] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [25] for auto off timer 2 setting.
3. Enter the [AUTO OFF TIMER 2] in 24-hour format, e.g. 8:00pm is 20:00.
4. Enter [#] key to confirm the time.
5. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE AUTO OFF TIMER 2 FOR HOME AUTOMATION
[25] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [25] for auto off timer 2 setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous AUTO OFF TIMER 2 setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 1
[30] + [PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 1] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [30] for personal telephone number 1 setting.
3. Enter the [PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 1], the maximum telephone number length
is 14 digits.
4. Button “P” on the keypad is representing a “PAUSE” key of 5 seconds duration.
5. Button “M” on the keypad is representing a “
” key.
6. Enter [#] key to confirm the setting.
7. If programmed so, system will call out to user telephone to report any intrusion.
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8. If the system fails to contact the preprogrammed personal telephone number 1, system will
contact PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 2 as a back up.
9. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 1
[30] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [30] for personal telephone number 1 setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous personal telephone number 1 setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
PROGRAM PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 2 (BACK-UP)
[31] + [PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 2] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [31] for personal telephone number 2 setting.
3. Enter the [PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 2], the maximum telephone number length
is 14 digits.
4. Button “P” on the keypad is representing a “PAUSE” key of 5 seconds duration.
5. Button “M” on the keypad is representing a “
” key.
6. Enter [#] key to confirm the setting.
7. If programmed so, system will call out to user telephone to report any intrusion.
8. The USER TELEPHONE NUMBER 2 is a back-up reporting telephone number. System will
only call through USER TELEPHONE NUMBER 2 if it fails to report through USER
TELEPHONE NUMBER 1 during intrusion. If the system fails to report through both of the
telephone numbers, a new trouble condition will be registered (please refer to View System
Trouble).
9. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
TO ERASE PERSONAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 2
[31] + [#]
1. Ensure that the system is in USER PROGRAMMING mode.
2. Enter [31] for personal telephone number 2 setting.
3. Enter the [#] key to erase previous personal telephone number 2 setting.
4. To exit user programming mode, press [MODE] followed by [#] key.
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TESTING THE SYSTEM
Users are advised to test the system as frequent as possible. System must be tested at least once
every 3 months. If the system is not functioning accordingly, please contact your system installer
for technical assistance.
WALK TEST
[MODE] + [1] + [#]
1. Walk Test allows on-site testing of each zone of the system.
2. During walk test mode, the P1, P2 and SERVICE indicators will slow flash.
3. Siren will trigger for 2 seconds and keypad buzzer will sound briefly if any zone is violated
during walk test mode.
4. If siren and keypad do not sound when zone is violated, consult your system installer.
5. To exit Walk Test, simply press [#] key.
CMS TEST (Manual Test)
[MODE] + [2] + [#]
1. CMS Test allows on-site testing of CMS Reporting.
2. A CMS testing code will be sent to the central monitoring station.
3. Wait for 2 minutes, if CMS reporting fails then a new trouble condition will be registered.
4. Press and hold down [7] key for 2 seconds to view trouble condition and consult your
system installer.
SIREN TEST
[MODE] + [3] + [#]
1. Siren Test allows on-site testing of siren functionality.
2. Siren will sound for 3 seconds.
3. If siren does not sound, consult your system installer.
STROBE LIGHT TEST
[MODE] + [4] + [#]
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1. Strobe Light Test allows on-site testing of strobe light functionality.
2. Strobe light will flash for 15 seconds.
3. If strobe light does not flash, consult your system installer.
BATTERY TEST
[MODE] + [5] + [#]
1. Battery Test allows on-site testing of battery functionality.
2. Wait for 5 seconds, if back-up battery fails then a new trouble condition will be registered.
3. Press and hold down [7] key for 2 seconds to view the trouble condition and consult your
system installer.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
SECURITY ZONE INFORMATION
Zone
Partition
No.
1 or 2 or both
1
2
3
4
5
Zone Type
e.g. Entry/Exit Delay
Location
e.g. Main door
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SYSTEM SETTING INFORMATION
Partition 1
Entry Time Partition 1
: _____________________________ seconds
Exit Time Partition 1
: _____________________________ seconds
Siren Cut-Off Time for Partition 1
: _____________________________ minutes
Partition 2
Entry Time Partition 2
: _____________________________ seconds
Exit Time Partition 2
: _____________________________ seconds
Siren Cut-Off Time for Partition 2
: _____________________________ minutes
Telephone Reporting
Telephone Number 1
: _____________________________________________
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Telephone Number 2
: _____________________________________________
Dialing Attempt
: _____________________________ times
Home Automation
Home Automation 1 Turn On Time
___ ___ : ___ ___ am / pm
Home Automation 1 Turn Off Time
___ ___ : ___ ___ am / pm
Home Automation 2 Turn On Time
___ ___ : ___ ___ am / pm
Home Automation 2 Turn Off Time
___ ___ : ___ ___ am / pm
Servicing
Installer company
: _____________________________________________
Contact person
: _____________________________________________
Contact number
: _____________________________________________
Installation Date
: ______ / ______ / ______
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