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Brief User Manual
Firmware version 1.05
SATEL sp. z o.o. • ul. Budowlanych 66 • 80-298 Gdańsk • POLAND
tel. +48 58 320 94 00
www.satel.eu
WARNINGS
Please read this manual carefully before use.
Changes, modifications or repairs not authorized by the manufacturer shall void your rights
under the warranty.
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio frequency
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
The installer manual contains information on how to minimize the radio interference.
SATEL's goal is to continually upgrade the quality of its products, which may result in some
changes of their technical specifications and firmware. The current information on
the introduced modifications is available on our website.
Please visit us:
http://www.satel.eu
The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.satel.eu/ce
The following symbol may be used in this manual:
- note.
CONTENST
1.
2.
3.
Introduction....................................................................................................................... 2
Authorization / login ..........................................................................................................2
On-screen elements ......................................................................................................... 3
3.1
Information bar .......................................................................................................... 4
3.2
Status icon................................................................................................................. 4
3.2.1
3.3
3.4
“Settings” window ........................................................................................................... 4
Tab bar ...................................................................................................................... 9
Tab ............................................................................................................................9
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.4.6
3.4.7
3.4.8
3.4.9
3.4.10
3.4.11
3.4.12
3.4.13
3.4.14
3.4.15
3.4.16
3.4.17
3.4.18
3.4.19
3.4.20
3.4.21
3.4.22
3.4.23
3.4.24
3.4.25
Analog clock ................................................................................................................... 9
Date / Time ..................................................................................................................... 9
Thermometer .................................................................................................................. 9
Thermometer Lite ......................................................................................................... 10
System status ............................................................................................................... 10
Text .............................................................................................................................. 10
Clipart ........................................................................................................................... 10
Indicator........................................................................................................................ 10
Button ........................................................................................................................... 11
Camera......................................................................................................................... 11
Terminal ....................................................................................................................... 11
Weather........................................................................................................................ 12
Trouble list.................................................................................................................... 12
Zone list........................................................................................................................ 13
Output list ..................................................................................................................... 14
Partition list................................................................................................................... 15
Event list....................................................................................................................... 17
Alarm ............................................................................................................................ 17
Trouble ......................................................................................................................... 17
Arm ............................................................................................................................... 17
Service ......................................................................................................................... 17
Partition ........................................................................................................................ 17
Zone ............................................................................................................................. 18
Output........................................................................................................................... 18
Separator...................................................................................................................... 18
3.5
LED-s ...................................................................................................................... 18
4. Description of keypad with factory settings..................................................................... 18
4.1
Template available without login.............................................................................. 18
4.2
Template available after login.................................................................................. 19
4.2.1
4.2.2
5.
Tab containing i.a. the partition list presentation widget............................................... 20
Tab containing i.a. the event list presentation widget................................................... 21
Sound signaling .............................................................................................................. 21
5.1
Beeps generated when using the terminal .............................................................. 21
5.2
Events signaled by sounds ...................................................................................... 22
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We are pleased that you have chosen a product offered by us. We wish you satisfaction with
your choice and would like to assure you that we are always ready to provide professional
assistance and information on our products.
SATEL Ltd. is a manufacturer of a wide variety of dedicated devices for use in alarm
systems. Additional information can be found on our website www.satel.eu or at points of
sale offering our products.
1. Introduction
A graphical interface is displayed on the keypad screen to enable the user to operate the
alarm system and to control the home automation devices. When setting up the keypad, the
installer creates templates that define how the interface should look like and what features it
is to make available to the users. The appearance of this interface may be varied not only
depending on whether the user is logged in or not, but also individualized depending on the
user. This allows the interface to be customized to the needs of each user of the keypad.
The interface of keypad which has found its way into your hands may look different
than shown in this manual. A detailed description of the functioning of particular
interface items for your keypad should be obtained from the installer.
You should present your expectations regarding functionality and appearance of the
user interface to the installer. The interface should be configured for maximum ease of
operation of the alarm system or control of the home automation equipment connected
to the control panel.
2. Authorization / login
When using the keypad, user authorization / login by means of a code is required. Having
entered the code, press the
key.
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By default, the following codes are preprogrammed in the control panel:
service code: 12345
object 1 master (administrator) code: 1111
Additionally, the operations which the user can perform using the keypad depend on
the user authority level.
When acting under duress, use the DURESS type code instead of the regular user
code.
If, during the login, there is an alarm in the partitions to which the user has access from the
keypad, the alarm will be cleared.
In the window which displays after the login, the following icons may be available:
tap to disarm all partitions
tap to disarm the partitions in which entry delay countdown is running
tap to change the code
tap to change the phone code
tap to delete the service note
tap to close the window
3. On-screen elements
information bar.
status icon.
tab bar.
tab.
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3.1 Information bar
The information bar will not be displayed if the user interface is so configured by the
installer.
The following data can be displayed on the information bar:
 type of alarm control panel;
 text entered by the installer;
 date;
 time;
 messages about the occurrence of certain events (such as arming/disarming, auto-arming
delay countdown, entry/exit delay countdown, alarm, etc.).
3.2 Status icon
no logged in user
no logged in user – entry/exit delay countdown is running
no logged in user – there is a message to read
user logged in
user logged in – entry/exit delay countdown is running
user logged in – there is a message to read
Tapping the status icon will open a window in which the following items are displayed:
 information on the control panel (type, firmware version, build date);
 name of the logged in user (or information that no user is logged in);
 messages received from the z control panel or generated by the keypad;
 icons:
tap to log in
tap to log out
tap to close the window and turn on the screensaver
tap to change the code
tap to change the phone code
tap to display the “Settings” window
tap to close the window
3.2.1
“Settings” window
The window displays a list of functions which allow you to configure some operating
parameters of the keypad or get information on the keypad. The list can be scrolled through.
Tap the selected item in the list to run the function.
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Volume
The keypad volume levels may vary, depending on the type of generated sounds. Tap an
item in the list to highlight it, and then use the slider to set the volume.
Keys – the volume level for sounds generated on touching the screen and when using the
terminal.
Signals – the volume level when signaling the exit delay, entry delay, alarm, etc.
Chime – the volume level of CHIME signaling (zone violation signaling).
Backlight
The screen backlight is adjustable and may be different depending on the time of day. Tap an
item in the list to edit the settings. Use the slider to set the brightness. If the night mode is to
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be used, turn on the appropriate option, and then specify the hours during which the night
mode is to be used. If the backlight is to be turned off, enable the appropriate option, and
then define the period of keypad inactivity after which the backlight will be turned off.
Screensaver
Initiate the screensaver after – if the keypad is idle for a preset time, the screensaver will
start.
If the screensaver starts before your logout, you will need to login again.
Auto logout after – if the logged in user does not perform any action on the screen for
a preprogrammed period of time, he will be automatically logged out.
Screensavers – the following screensavers are available (tap to select):
Energy saving backlight mode – the screen backlight will be reduced to about 20% of
the value set for the keypad.
Analog Clock – a clock with dial and moving hands.
Digital Clock – to configure additional parameters of the digital clock, tap
.
to define how quickly the images will change
Photo Frame – a slide show. Tap
during the slide show. The photos to be displayed must be put onto the microSD card
by the installer.
Weather And Clock – weather and digital clock. Tap
settings (location, units of temperature and wind).
Network settings
to configure the weather data
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Static IP – if this option is enabled, you must program the keypad network settings (tap one
of the parameters below and, using the onscreen keyboard that will be displayed, enter the
data).
IP address – keypad IP address.
Mask – mask of the subnetwork in which the keypad is working.
Gateway – IP address of the network device through which the other devices in the
local network can communicate with devices in other networks.
DNS – IP address of the DNS server which is to be used by the keypad.
DHCP – if you enable this option, the keypad will automatically download the IP address,
subnet mask, gateway and DNS data from the DHCP server.
MAC – the unique hardware address of the keypad.
Details – this button is available if the “DHCP” option is enabled. Tap the button if you want
to check the keypad network settings.
Master – when this option is enabled, the keypad is working in the MASTER mode (it
communicates with the control panel directly through the keypad bus). The option is
enabled by default.
Enable – the button is available, if the “Master” option is enabled. Press to make
detection of the keypad possible by the keypad working in SLAVE mode. A window
will be displayed, showing the countdown of time remaining for detection of the
keypad. After the window is closed, detection of the keypad will be impossible again.
Slave – if this option is enabled, the keypad is working in SLAVE mode (it communicates with
the control panel via another keypad, which is working in the MASTER mode).
IP address of the master keypad – IP address of the keypad working in MASTER
mode by means of which communication with the control panel takes place. Tapping
a parameter will display a keyboard which can be used to edit the address.
Find – the button available when the “Slave” option is enabled. Press to find the keypad
working in MASTER mode by means of which communication with the control panel
is to take place (before that, press “Enable” on the keypad working in MASTER
mode).
The network settings may only be edited by the installer and administrators.
Only one keypad working in SLAVE mode can communicate with the control panel by
means of the keypad working in MASTER mode.
Information about keypad
The window displays the keypad name, its address in the alarm system, etc. In addition,
there is a function available that makes it possible to check if the keypad power supply is
appropriate.
Firmware
The window displays information on the keypad firmware.
Screen cleaning
The touch screen can be locked for 30 seconds so as to allow cleaning of the keypad. When
a dialog box appears, asking if you want to lock the screen, tap
.
Remote access
The window shows the status of remote access function. Touch the keypad screen to enable
/ disable the function. When the function is enabled, you can save the configuration from the
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TSI BUILDER program to the memory card via the local network, i.e. without having to remove
the card from the keypad. The function will be disabled automatically after the keypad restart
or after one minute without connection with the TSI BUILDER program has elapsed.
Setting the date/time
You can program the control panel clock in the window.
OpenWeatherMap API KEY
In this window, you can enter the API key, which is required, if the “Weather” widget is to be
used. You can enter up to five different API keys.
You can get the API key in the OpenWeatherMap service after creating an account.
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Never use the same API key on several keypads.
Keypad restart
The window allows you to restart the keypad.
3.3 Tab bar
The tab bar presents, by means of icons, the tabs available in the given template. Tapping an
icon results in displaying the tab.
3.4 Tab
The tab displays elements called widgets, which perform a number of different functions.
Below are descriptions of all types of widgets which may be placed in the tab by the installer.
3.4.1
Analog clock
It shows the time.
3.4.2
Date / Time
The installer determines which information will be presented (the date, time, number of the
day in the year, the week number in the year). He also selects how the information will be
displayed (e.g. the order in which the day, month and year are displayed).
3.4.3
Thermometer
It presents the temperature measured by the ATD-100 temperature detector. Tap the widget
to display the chart of temperature over the last 10 hours.
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Thermometer Lite
A widget having exactly the same functionality as the “Thermometer” widget, but smaller.
3.4.5
System status
The status of alarm system is presented by means of icons.
alarm or alarm memory
none of the partitions operated by the keypad is armed
exit delay countdown is running in a partition operated by the keypad
all the partitions operated by the keypad are armed
some of the partitions operated by the keypad are armed
entry delay countdown is running in a partition operated by the keypad
information on the partition status is not displayed (the keypad is configured by the
installer so that this information is only available after login)
trouble or trouble memory (the icon is not displayed, if the partitions operated by the
keypad are armed)
service mode is active
If the installer has enabled the GRADE 2 (INTEGRA) / GRADE 3 (INTEGRA Plus) option:
 information on the alarms is only displayed after login;
 the
icon indicates that there is a trouble in the system, some zones are
bypassed, or that there was an alarm.
3.4.6
Text
Any text entered by the installer can be displayed in the tab.
3.4.7
Clipart
One of the cliparts available in the gallery prepared by the manufacturer or the installer
himself can be placed in the tab by the installer.
3.4.8
Indicator
It indicates the status of selected zone (no violation / violation) or output (deactivated /
activated) by means of icons. Indicator description can be placed above or below the
indicator.
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Button
The following types of buttons can be placed in the tab by the installer:
 single control button – tapping the button will cause the keypad or alarm control panel to
perform operation defined by the installer (e.g. arming the selected partitions, turning
on/off the device controlled by the control panel, etc.).
 double control button – two single buttons grouped together (the widget can e.g. control
roller shutters, one button raising the roller shutters and the other lowering them).
 indicating button – the button icon indicates the status of the device controlled by means of
the button. The button allows performance of two different functions, depending on the
current status of the controlled device (e.g. when the air conditioning is off, it can be turned
on, and when it is on – it can be turned off).
 goto button – tapping the button will display a subtab. The installer can place in the subtab
the same elements as in the tab, however the subtab is not shown on the tab bar.
 thermostat button – tap the button to edit the settings of 120. THERMOSTAT type output (the
installer specifies which one).
 timer button – tap the button to edit the settings of timer (the installer specifies which one).
 filter button – the button type available in the tab in which the list of events, zones, outputs
or partitions is placed. After you tap the button, only the elements meeting the installer
defined criterion will be displayed in the list.
The button can respond to a tap or a long press (approx. 3 seconds).
If the button is displayed in the template available without login, the authorization with the use
of a code may be required after tapping the button. Only after the authorization, the control
panel will execute the operation defined by the installer.
The button can be described. The description can be placed on, above or under the button.
The installer can scale the size of single buttons at will.
3.4.10 Camera
It displays images from the network camera (JPEG, MJPEG and MPEG-4). Using additional
icons, you can:
pause the display of images
start the display of images
fit the camera image to window / restore normal size of the camera image
3.4.11 Terminal
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It enables the alarm system to be operated and programmed in the same way as from the
LCD keypad with text menu. How such a keypad should be used is described in the control
panel programming and user manuals (these manuals are available in electronic form on the
www.satel.eu website).
3.4.12 Weather
It presents weather and weather forecast. The data are downloaded from the
OpenWeatherMap service (openweathermap.org). The installer sets the widget size, which
determines for how many days the weather forecast will be presented.
SATEL is not responsible for the information presented by the “Weather” widget. The
widget presents data provided by the OpenWeatherMap service.
The widget will download data from the OpenWeatherMap service after entering the
API key into the keypad settings (see: “OpenWeatherMap API KEY” p. 8).
3.4.13 Trouble list
It presents a list of current troubles. The installer can configure the control panel so that the
troubles are displayed until cleared by the user. Tap
to clear the trouble memory.
All lists (of troubles, zones, outputs, partitions or events) you can scroll by tapping the
or
icon or sliding your finger up and down the screen. Tapping the bottom
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right corner of the list will display the next page of the list, and tapping the top right
corner will take you to the previous page.
3.4.14 Zone list
It presents the list of zones and their status by means of icons.
Icon
Zone status
normal
violated
trouble – long violation
trouble – no violation
inhibited
isolated
tamper alarm
alarm
tamper alarm memory
alarm memory
tamper
masking
masking memory
For the widgets presenting a list of zones, outputs or partitions, the
or
icon
may be available, the tapping of which will change the way of sorting the items in the
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list. When the
icon is displayed, the list is sorted by name. When the
is displayed, the list is sorted by number.
icon
Bypassing / unbypassing zones
1. Find in the list the zone which is to be bypassed / unbypassed.
2. Tap the zone name to highlight the zone.
3. Tap the
icon. Next to the icon presenting the current zone status, an icon presenting
the next status will be displayed (e.g.
). Tap the
icon again if a different
status is required (e.g. if the zone status is “normal” and the zone is to be isolated).
4. Tap the
icon. The zone will be bypassed / unbypassed.
Filtering by name
1. Tap the screen area where the “Enter text” message is displayed. An on-screen keyboard
will be displayed.
2. Using the keyboard, enter the text which is to be contained in the name, and then tap the
key. The tab with the zone status presentation widget will be displayed again, but
the list will only include the zones whose name contains the required text.
Filtering by status
1. Tap the
statuses.
2. Tap the
icon. A window will be displayed where the
icon is shown at all
icon at the statuses which are not to be displayed. The
replaced by the
icon will be
icon.
3. Tap the
icon. The tab with the zone status presentation widget will be displayed
again, but the list will only include the zones whose status matches the selected criteria.
The
icon indicates that the zones are being filtered by status.
3.4.15 Output list
It presents the list of outputs and their status by means of icons.
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The SHUTTER UP and SHUTTER DOWN type of outputs are always programmed as
consecutive and in pairs. Only the output of SHUTTER UP type is displayed in the list,
though the status information applies to both outputs (when one of the outputs is
activated, the other one is deactivated).
Icon
Output status
deactivated
activated [does not apply to roller shutter outputs]
SHUTTER UP type
output is activated
SHUTTER DOWN type
output is activated
Output control
You can control the outputs of MONO SWITCH, BI SWITCH, REMOTE SWITCH type and the
roller shutter outputs.
1. Find in the list the output which is to be controlled.
2. Tap the output name to highlight the output.
3. Tap the
icon (for the roller shutter output, double tap the icon, if the SHUTTER DOWN
type output is to be activated). Next to the icon presenting the current output status, an
icon presenting the next status will be displayed (e.g.
4. Tap the
icon. The output status will change.
Filtering by name
Proceed in the same way as for filtering the zones by name (p. 14).
Filtering by status
Proceed in the same way as for filtering the zones by status (p. 14).
3.4.16 Partition list
It presents the list of partitions and their status by means of icons.
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Partition status
disarmed – there are no violated zones
exit delay countdown is running – remaining time longer than 10 seconds
exit delay countdown is running – less than 10 seconds remained
armed – mode: “full”
armed – mode: “full + bypasses”
armed – mode: “without interior”
armed – mode: “without interior and without entry delay”
temporarily blocked
blocked for guard round
entry delay countdown is running
fire alarm
alarm
warning alarm
fire alarm memory
alarm memory
verified alarm memory
Partition control
1. Find in the list the partition which is to be controlled.
2. Tap the partition name to highlight the partition.
3. Tap the
icon. A window with the list of available functions will be displayed.
4. Tap the function which is to be run to highlight it.
5. Tap the
icon. The tab with the partition status presentation widget will be displayed
again. Next to the icon(s) presenting the current status of the partition, an icon presenting
the next status will be displayed (e.g.
6. Tap the
/
).
icon. The partition status will change.
Filtering by name
Proceed in the same way as for filtering the zones by name (p. 14).
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Filtering by status
Proceed in the same way as for filtering the zones by status (p. 14).
3.4.17 Event list
It presents events downloaded from the control panel and saved to the memory card in the
keypad. Double tapping an event will display a window with detailed information on the event.
Only after you log in using the service code will the following information be displayed:
 panic alarms;
 alarms triggered with the DURESS type code.
Filtering by text
Proceed in the same way as for filtering the zones by name (p. 14).
Filtering by type
Proceed in the same way as for filtering the zones by status (p. 14). Additionally, events from
the specific time interval can be displayed.
3.4.18 Alarm
Indicates whether there is an alarm. The same icon is used as in the “System status” widget
(p. 10). The widget can be described.
3.4.19 Trouble
Indicates whether there is a trouble. The same icon is used as in the “System status” widget
(p. 10). The widget can be described.
3.4.20 Arm
Provides information about arming, delay countdown etc. in the partitions operated by the
keypad. The same icons are used as in the “System status” widget (p. 10). The widget can
be described.
3.4.21 Service
Indicates whether the service mode is entered. The same icon is used as in the “System
status” widget (p. 10). The widget can be described.
3.4.22 Partition
Indicates the status of a single partition. The same icons are used as in the “Partition list”
widget (p. 15). The widget can be described.
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3.4.23 Zone
Indicates the status of a single zone. The same icons are used as in the “Zone list” widget
(p. 13). The widget can be described.
3.4.24 Output
Indicates the status of a single output (deactivated / activated). The widget can be described.
3.4.25 Separator
The installer can put separators between individual widgets. The separator has the form of
a vertical bar.
3.5 LED-s
When the screensaver is running, the status bar can also be displayed. It is used to present
some pieces of information on the status of alarm system and its components, as selected by
the installer. It may contain the following widgets: “Alarm”, “Trouble”, “Arm”, “Service”,
“Partition”, “Zone”, “Output” and “Separator”. The status bar is displayed when at least one
widget is placed on it.
4. Description of keypad with factory settings
4.1 Template available without login
time.
date.
system status (see p. 10).
tap to display the terminal tab.
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tap to arm in “full” mode all partitions to which you have access from the keypad (entering
a code will be required).
tap to disarm / clear alarm in all partitions to which you have access from the keypad
(entering a code will be required).
tap and hold to trigger the fire alarm.
tap and hold to trigger the medical (auxiliary) alarm.
tap and hold to trigger the panic alarm.
tap to log in.
The installer defines:
 the partitions which can be armed using the keypad;
 whether alarm can be triggered from the keypad;
 whether the loud panic alarm (with a loud alarm signal) or the silent one (without
a loud signal) will be triggered).
4.2 Template available after login
time.
date.
system status (see p. 10).
tap to display the terminal tab.
tap to display the tab containing i.a. the partition list presentation widget.
tap to display the tab containing the trouble list presentation widget.
tap to display the tab containing i.a. the event list presentation widget.
tap to display the tab containing the zone list presentation widget.
tap to arm in “full” mode all partitions to which you have access from the keypad.
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tap to disarm / clear alarm in all partitions to which you have access from the keypad.
tap and hold to trigger the fire alarm.
tap and hold to trigger the medical (auxiliary) alarm.
tap and hold to trigger the panic alarm.
tap to log out.
4.2.1
Tab containing i.a. the partition list presentation widget
tap to arm in “full” mode all partitions to which you have access from the keypad.
tap to arm in “without interior” mode partition 1.
tap to arm in “without interior and without entry delay” mode partition 1.
tap to disarm / clear alarm in all partitions to which you have access from the keypad.
partition list presentation widget (see p. 15).
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Tab containing i.a. the event list presentation widget
tap to display the alarms logged to event log.
tap to display the events of arming / disarming and alarm clearing type.
tap to display the troubles logged to event log.
tap to display the events of zone bypassing / unbypassing type.
tap to display all events.
event list presentation widget (see p. 17).
5. Sound signaling
The installer can disable the sound signaling.
5.1 Beeps generated when using the terminal
1 short beep – touching a number key.
2 short beeps – confirmation of command execution, signaling of entering the user menu,
submenu or function.
3 short beeps – signaling of:
– starting the arming procedure (if no exit delay has been programmed, this is equivalent
to arming):
– disarming and/or alarm clearing;
– turning output off;
– disabling chime signal in the keypad, using the
key;
– exiting the function and returning to the menu after confirmation of the data entered.
4 short beeps and 1 long beep – signaling of:
– turning output on;
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– enabling chime signal in the keypad, using the
key;
– ending the function and exiting the user menu after confirmation of the data entered.
1 long beep – signaling of:
– violated / bypassed zones when arming;
– fault of the vibration detector (10. 24H VIBRATION type zone was not violated during the
vibration detector test run upon starting the arming procedure).
2 long beeps – invalid code, function not available or exiting the function without
confirmation of the data entered (e.g. by using the
3 long beeps – unavailable function.
key).
5.2 Events signaled by sounds
Only installer selected events are signaled.
Alarms are being signaled throughout the time programmed by the installer.
5 short beeps – zone violation (CHIME).
Long beep every 3 seconds, followed by a series of short beeps for 10 seconds
and 1 long beep – countdown of exit delay (if the time is shorter than 10 seconds, only
the final sequence of short beeps will be generated).
A sequence of 7 beeps of diminishing duration, repeated every few seconds –
countdown of auto-arming delay.
2 short beeps every seconds – countdown of entry delay.
2 short beeps every 3 seconds – signaling a new trouble.
Continuous beep – alarm.
Long beep every second – fire alarm.