IQ PANEL
The Qolsys IQ Panel is a 7” touchscreen built with an
Android operating system, providing full security and
home control functionality in an easy to use interface.
INSTALLATION MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
INCLUDED IN BOX
SUPPORT
IQ Panel
Power
Supply
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QUESTIONS?
Contact us at
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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
This document outlines the basic hardware specifications and software directions to
install and customize the IQ Panel. Note that the information presented is not
comprehensive, but is specifically dedicated to those menus, features, and systems
accessible solely to those with the proper installation code. Features accessible to
users and installers alike are outlined in the IQ Panel User Guide. The information
contained is confidential and proprietary, and is solely owned by Qolsys Inc. Any
reproduction, modification or distribution without permission is strictly prohibited.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS
HARDWARE
5- Exterior Front
6- Exterior Back
7- Interior
8- Wiring Diagram
9- Installing the Back Plate
10- Powering the panel
11- Mounting the Hardware
!
SOFTWARE
13- Home Screen Overview
14- Header or “Status” Bar
15- Footer
16- Settings
17- Settings Menu
!
INSTALLATION
19- Installation
20- Installation Settings
21- Security Account
23- Security Sensors
24- AutoLearn Sensor
25- Add Sensor
26- Sensor Types
27- Sensor Name
29- Chime Type
30- Sensor Groups
39- Voice Prompt
40- Z-Wave Devices
41- Add Z-Wave Device
42- Clear/Remove Z-Wave
Device
43- Z-Wave Settings
44- Timer
45- Sound
47- System Logs
48- Upgrade Software
50- Security Settings
51- Siren and Alarms
52- Security and Arming
54- Image Settings
!
SYSTEM TESTS
56- System Tests
57- Wi-Fi Test
58- Sensor Test
59- Cellular Test
60- Image Sensor Test
61- Z-Wave Test
!
CUSTOMIZATION
63- System Settings
64- How to Connect Wi-Fi
65- Weather
66- Photo Frame
67- Load Images from SD
Card
68- Photo Frame Settings
69- Custom Names
70- Edit Chimes
71- User Management
72- Home Screen
Appearance
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73- Load Help Videos
!
TROUBLESHOOTING
75- About
78- Upgrade Software Using
Wi-Fi
79- Automatic Software
Updates
80- Software Update Via SD
Card
81- Moving the Panel
82- Panel Reboot
83- Hard Reboot
84- System Monitor
85- Cannot Load Help
Videos
!
LEGAL
86- Important Information
SPECIFICATIONS
89- Hardware Specifications
INSTALLATION
HARDWARE
HARDWARE
EXTERIOR FRONT
Panel Camera
7” LCD Resistive
Touch Screen
Emergency Button
Microphone
Home Button
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HARDWARE
EXTERIOR BACK
Mounting holes
Cooling Vents
Mounting plate
SD Card Slot
Two-Way Voice
Speaker
Panel Sounds Speaker
Rear access opening
Siren
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HARDWARE
INTERIOR
Image Sensor Radio
Cellular Antenna
Cellular Module
Note:
GSM Models will
contain a SIM card
Tamper Switch
Battery*
Panel Speaker Connector
Terminal Block
Z-Wave Radio
Two-Way Voice Speaker
Connector
Battery Connector*
*CAUTION
Microphone Connector
The battery should NEVER be disconnected from the panel. Failure to comply may
result in data corruption, panel failure, and a void of the manufacturer's warranty
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HARDWARE
WIRING DIAGRAM
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HARDWARE
INSTALLING THE BACK PLATE
Remove the retainer screw
and place in a safe location
Remove the back plate
from the panel by pulling
downward from the top
Secure one corner of the
plate in the desired
location, be sure to
position rear access
opening over the location
of your wires
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Ensure the plate is level
and secure to wall with
mounting hardware (not
provided)
HARDWARE
POWERING THE PANEL
Hang the panel’s
suspension strap on the
hook mounted to the back
plate.
Plug in battery connector
Connect wires from power
supply to terminal block.
Red- DCIN +
Black- DCIN-
CAUTION: Once connected, DO NOT unplug
the battery. Disconnecting the battery may
result in data corruption or panel failure and a
void of the manufacturer warranty.
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Connect wires to Power
Supply terminals.
Red- Positive
Black- Negative
!
IMPORTANT: Reversing
polarity on these wires
may cause damage to
the IQ Panel.
HARDWARE
MOUNTING THE HARDWARE
Insert plug into receptacle
and secure with provided
hardware.
!WARNING: DO NOT
Seat bottom of panel onto
back plate and tilt upward
until it snaps in place.
Replace retainer screw and
tighten
CONNECT TO A
RECEPTACLE
CONTROLLED BY A
SWITCH OR HIGH
VOLTAGE.
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Once connected to
primary power, panel
should power up within
30-45 seconds
INSTALLATION
SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE
HOME SCREEN OVERVIEW
FIND IT
The home screen is divided into three sections. The header shows date, and time and is
color coded to show current status. The Primary User Interface contains the panel apps,
and the footer holds settings, help, and the dealer contact portal.
Header or
“Status” Bar
Home
Primary
User
Interface
Footer or
“Help” Bar
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SOFTWARE
HEADER OR “STATUS” BAR
The header or “Status” bar is color coded based on system status, and shows the date, time, and current status.
The green header is labeled “System Ready – Disarmed” and indicates that all of the
sensors are closed and the system is ready to be armed.
Green LED when disarmed
Red LED when armed
The panel’s “Panic” and
“Home” buttons also
illuminate to show panel
status. These LED lights will
NOT illuminate if the panel
is running on battery only
The yellow header is labeled “System Not Ready – Disarmed” and indicates that one or
more of the sensors are open. Touch the bar to see a list of all open or tampered sensors.
Feb 26, 2013
SYSTEM ARMED- AWAY MODE
Tue - 03:12 PM
The red header is labeled “System Armed” and indicates the arming type (Stay or Away)
Note: When armed, the home button and panic button will glow red.
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SOFTWARE
FOOTER
The footer bar contains the Settings App, Help and Dealer portal
Settings
Access panel installation and customization options. This area requires a valid Installer or Master
code and provides varied access by user permission level.
Help
Access video tutorials, FAQs, and URLs for other documentation.
Contact Us
Access security provider contact information including phone numbers, website and e-mail address
for support and service.
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SOFTWARE
SETTINGS
FIND IT
To access Settings you must enter a code, however only the
installer code has access to installation options. The Master Code
does NOT have access to the installation menu.
Default Installer Code
Default Master Code
Access to all
functions to install
and customize the
panel and
peripherals
Access to limited
functions, including
editing sensor
names, user
management, and
connecting to Wi-Fi
11 11 1 2 34
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Settings
SOFTWARE
SETTINGS MENU
FIND IT
Settings
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
FIND IT
Settings
Installation
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION SETTINGS
Setting
Default
FIND IT
Description
Installer Code
1111
Set name and code to access installer-level settings
Master Code
1234
Set name and code to access primary end user-level settings
Weather
Temperature
F
Select whether weather app displays in Fahrenheit or Celsius
Languages
English
Change the panel user interface into one of several different languages.
English, Spanish, French or Portuguese. NOTE: Installation menus will ALSO
be changed
Loss of
Supervisory
Signals
4
Select how long to wait before indicating in the “Status” app that a device is
non-responsive. (4 , 12, or 24 hours)
Settings
Installation
Installation
Settings
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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INSTALLATION
SECURITY ACCOUNT
Setting
Account Number
Power Management
Power Management Sleep
Timeout
SIA Power Restoration
Loss of Supervisory Signals
SIA Limits
Weather Temperature
Default
blank
FIND IT
Description
Security provider account number (up to 10 characters)
Enabled
Energy-saving functionality when running on battery power only
1
Panel initiates power management mode a specified number of
minutes after last touch
Disabled
Turn on or off sensor hold for 60 seconds during power
restoration
Settings
4
Select how long to wait before indicating in the “Status” app that a
device is non-responsive. (4 , 12, or 24 hours)
Installation
Enabled
When enabled, the range for entry and exit delays is as follows:
-Entry delay: 30-240 seconds,Exit Delay: 45-254 seconds
When disabled, the range for entry and exit delays are as follows:
-Entry delay: 5 to 240 seconds, Exit delay: 5 to 254 seconds
Security
Account
F
Select whether weather app displays in Fahrenheit or Celsius
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Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
SECURITY ACCOUNT
Setting
Languages
Home Screen
Default
English
Theme 2
FIND IT
Description
Change the panel user interface into one of several different
languages. NOTE: Installation menu will ALSO be changed
Optional layout(s) for home screen. NOTICE: Instructions in this
document are based on Theme 2. Locations of apps may be
different using optional themes
Settings
Installation
Security
Account
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
SECURITY SENSORS
FIND IT
Security Sensors
In the security sensor app you add, edit, or remove security devices. The IQ
Panel can support up to a total of 64 different security sensors. (5 of the 64
slots are dedicated to Image Sensors)
Auto Learn Sensor
Pair sensors quickly by tampering
and then editing information
Delete Sensor
Remove sensor
Add Sensor
Pair sensors manually by typing in
device information
Sensor Status
See current status of all security
sensors
Edit Sensor
Make changes to existing sensors
Sensor Group
Quick reference to all sensor
groups and their actions
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Settings
Installation
Security
Sensors
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
AUTO LEARN SENSOR
FIND IT
1. Select “Auto Learn Sensor”
2. Look for message at bottom of screen above footer.
“Press Tamper or trip the sensor. Image Sensor learning
times out in 4 mins.”
3. Tamper sensor
Settings
4. Click “OK” when you hear the panel chime
5. Adjust the sensor information by touching the fields and
making the appropriate selections. (NOTE: These same fields
can be edited later from the “Edit Sensor” app)
6. Click “Add” to save the information and complete the
process. Adjustments can be made later from “Edit Sensor”
app
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Installation
Security Sensors
Auto Learn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
ADD SENSOR
FIND IT
1. Select “AutoLearn Sensor” (NOTE: These same fields
can be edited later from the “Edit Sensor” app)
2. Tap the field marked “Sensor ID” to open the
keyboard. Enter the DL number written on the back of
the device and touch “Done”
3. Choose sensor type from list
4. Choose sensor name from list
5. Choose chime type from list
6. Indicate sensor group from list
7. Indicate whether you want voice prompts on or off
8. Click “Add” to save the information and complete
the process.
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Settings
Installation
Security Sensors
Add Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
SENSOR TYPES
FIND IT
When adding or editing security devices you can choose from the following sensor types:
!
Door/Window
Motion
Glass Break
Key Fob
Medical Pendant
Smoke Detector
CO Detector
Hardwire Translator
Wireless Translator
Heat
Water
Freeze
Tilt
Image Sensor
Settings
Installation
Security Sensors
AutoLearn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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SENSOR NAME
FIND IT
When you select the sensor name field you can choose from a variety of preset sensor
names by scrolling up and down or to create a custom description.
Settings
Installation
Security Sensors
AutoLearn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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INSTALLATION
SENSOR NAME: CUSTOM DESCRIPTION
FIND IT
To create a custom description on the blank field and the android keyboard will appear.
Type in the desired name (up to 24 characters, alphanumeric only, no special characters)
and click “Done.”
Touch the empty box
Type sensor name,
touch “Done”
Name appears
in the box
Settings
Installation
Security Sensors
AutoLearn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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INSTALLATION
CHIME TYPE
FIND IT
Because of the dynamic nature of the way the IQ panel pairs and understands each
individual sensor, you can program each to have a unique chime or even turn chiming off
for that individual sensor. To customize your chime for a particular sensor touch the chime
type button and choose from the list. Currently there are 5 different chimes, but this may
change as software updates are installed on the panel.
Settings
Installation
Security Sensors
AutoLearn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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SENSOR GROUP
FIND IT
Customizing the sensor group will change
the behavior of the panel. Sensor groups
are tied directly to your sensor type, so
only the groups available for that type of
sensor will be displayed. To edit sensor
group, touch the “Sensor Group” button.
!
You can find a full list of sensor
groups on the panel inside the
“Sensor Groups” app under
“Security Sensors.”
Settings
Installation
!
You can also find descriptions of
how these sensor groups behave
on the following pages.
Security Sensors
AutoLearn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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SENSOR GROUPS
DOOR/WINDOW
GROUP
NAME
SUPERVISED
SCENARIO
10
Entry-Exit- Normal
Delay
Y
Allows you to exit during countdown after selecting arming type
and when opened starts countdown before triggering alarm.
Times determined by “Normal Entry-Exit Delay” in “Timers” app.
12
Entry-Exit- Long Delay
Y
Allows you to exit during countdown after selecting arming type
and when opened starts countdown before triggering alarm.
Times determined by “Long Entry-Exit Delay” in “Timers” app.
13
Instant Perimeter D/W
Y
Door or window that triggers alarm instantly when system is
armed
14
Instant Interior Door
Y
Interior door that triggers alarm instantly when system is armed
25
Local Safety Sensor
Y
Regardless of arming state, this sensor triggers a chime if it is
opened (non-reporting to central station) Great for medicine
cabinets, pool gates, chemical storage, etc.
8
Reporting Safety
Sensor
Y
Regardless of arming state, this sensor triggers an alarm if it is
opened. Perfect for gun safes, valuables safe, etc.
SENSOR GROUPS
MOTION/IMAGE SENSOR
GROUP
NAME
SUPERVISED
SCENARIO
17
Away- Instant Motion
Y
Used when armed in “Away”mode to trigger the alarm
immediately when motion is detected
15
Stay- Instant Motion
Y
Used when armed in “Stay”mode to trigger the alarm
immediately when motion is detected
35
Stay- Delay Motion
Y
Used when armed in “Stay”mode to trigger a countdown when
motion is detected
20
Away- Delay Motion
Y
Regardless of arming state, this sensor triggers a chime when it
detects motion
25
Safety Motion
Y
Triggers a local alarm if motion is detected regardless of arming
state (non-reporting to central station)
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SENSOR GROUPS
GLASS BREAK
GROUP
NAME
SUPERVISED
SCENARIO
13
Glass Break
Y
Arms IQ Glass in both “Stay” and “Away” mode
17
Glass Break -Away Only
Y
Arms IQ Glass in “Away” mode only
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SENSOR GROUPS
KEY FOB/MEDICAL PENDANT
GROUP
NAME
SUPERVISED
SCENARIO
1
Mobile Intrusion
N
Worn or carried, the button(s) is/are programmed to trigger a police
panic
0
Fixed Intrusion
Y
Installed in a fixed location such us under a desk, the button(s) is/are
programmed to trigger a police panic
2
Fixed Silent
Y
Installed in a fixed location such us under a desk, the button(s) is/are
programmed to trigger a silent police panic
6
Mobile Medical
N
Worn as a wrist watch or pendant, the button(s) is/are programmed to
trigger a medical panic
4
Fixed Medical
Y
Installed in a fixed location such us under a desk, the button(s) is/are
programmed to trigger a medical panic
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SENSOR GROUPS
SMOKE DETECTOR/HEAT
GROUP
26
NAME
Smoke-Heat
SUPERVISED
Y
SCENARIO
Triggers an alarm when sensor detects smoke/rapid rise in
heat.
CO DETECTOR
GROUP
34
NAME
CO
SUPERVISED
Y
SCENARIO
Triggers an alarm when sensor detects Carbon Monoxide.
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SENSOR GROUPS
HARDWIRE TRANSLATOR
GROUP
13
NAME
Takeover
SUPERVISED
Y
SCENARIO
Triggers an alarm when sensor is tampered in “Stay” or
“Away” mode
WIRELESS TRANSLATOR
GROUP
13
NAME
Translator
SUPERVISED
Y
SCENARIO
Triggers an alarm when sensor is tampered in “Stay” or
“Away” mode
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SENSOR GROUPS
WATER
GROUP
38
NAME
Water Sensor
SUPERVISED
Y
SCENARIO
Triggers an alarm when sensor detects presence of water
Please note: When you select “Water” as your sensor type you will be given two additional options under
“Sensor Sub-Type”
!
If you are pairing the IQ TempH20, use “Multi-Function-1”
All other sensors, use “Flood-2”
FREEZE
GROUP
52
NAME
Freeze
SUPERVISED
Y
SCENARIO
Triggers an alarm when sensor detects low temperatures
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SENSOR GROUPS
TILT
GROUP
NAME
SUPERVISED
SCENARIO
Y
Allows you to exit during countdown after selecting arming
type and when opened starts countdown before triggering
alarm. Times determined by “Normal Entry-Exit Delay” in
“Timers” app.
12
Entry-Exit- Long
Delay
Y
Allows you to exit during countdown after selecting arming
type and when opened starts countdown before triggering
alarm. Times determined by “Long Entry-Exit Delay” in
“Timers” app.
25
Garage Tilt- Safety Tilt
Y
Panel will chime if the garage is opened, regardless of arming
state (non-reporting)
10
Entry-Exit- Normal
Delay
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INSTALLATION
VOICE PROMPT
FIND IT
Voice prompts annunciate the
sensor name when the sensor is
opened or tripped.*
!
For door/window sensors, voice
prompts are defaulted to “ON”.
For most other sensors the default
is “off.” To change this simply
touch the Voice Prompt button
and make the desired adjustment
(on/off).
!
With the IQ Panel you can toggle each of these on or off for each individual sensor, leaving
voice prompts on some doors while turning them off on others.
!
NOTE: Sensors programmed as “Safety Sensors” will also audibly report when they have been
closed.
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Settings
Installation
Security Sensors
AutoLearn
Sensor
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
Z-WAVE DEVICES
FIND IT
Z-Wave Devices
In the Z-Wave device app you add, edit, or remove Z-Wave devices.
Delete Device From Panel
Remove a Z-Wave device from
the IQ Panel’s memory (does not
Add Device
Pair new devices
clear the device’s memory or require
you to have the device)
Edit Device
Make changes to existing devices
Remove All Devices
Delete all Z-Wave devices from
the IQ Panel’s memory
Clear Device
Clears or resets the memory of
a Z-Wave device. (Does not clear
Rediscover Network
Reconnect to each device by reestablishing the Z-Wave mesh
network.
the panel’s memory and requires you
touch the “Pair” button on the device)
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Settings
Installation
Z-Wave
Management
Z-Wave
Devices
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
ADD DEVICE
FIND IT
1. Select “Add Device”
2. Touch “Pair”
3. Press the “Tamper” or “Learn” button on the device
when the message appears.
4. Click “Add” to save the information and complete the
process.
5. Adjust the sensor information by touching the
fields and making the appropriate selections.
6. Click “Pair” to save the information and
complete the process. Adjustments can be made
later from “Edit Device” app
Settings
Installation
Z-Wave
Management
Z-Wave
Devices
Add Device
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Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
CLEAR DEVICE
Clears the memory of a ZWave device so it can be
paired with the IQ Panel.
Press the button on the
Z-Wave device to
complete the process.
(Note: this does not clear
the panel’s memory)
DELETE DEVICE FROM PANEL
FIND IT
Removes a Z-Wave device from panel
memory.
Settings
Select the check mark next to the device and
touch “Delete.” (Note: this does not clear the
device’s memory)
Installation
Z-Wave
Management
REMOVE ALL DEVICES
Touching this will remove all existing Z-Wave devices from your panel’s memory.
(Note: this does not clear the memory of the individual devices)
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Z-Wave
Devices
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
Z-WAVE SETTINGS
FIND IT
The Z-Wave Settings allows an installer to set the maximum number of Z-Wave devices
allowed on the IQ Panel in each of 4 categories.
Setting
Default
Description
Thermostats
3
Maximum number of supported Thermostats the panel will allow (1-5)
Smart Sockets
5
Maximum number of supported IQ Smart Sockets the panel will allow (1-18)
Lights
5
Max number of supported Z-Wave light modules the panel will allow (1-18)
Door Locks
2
Maximum number of supported Z-Wave Door Locks the panel will allow (1-6)
Allow Master
Code Z-Wave
Settings
Disabled
Allw Master
Code Z-Wave
Management
Disabled
Z-Wave
Disabled
Settings
Allow Master User Code to access Z-Wave Settings
Installation
Allow Master User Code to access Z-Wave device installation settings
Z-Wave
Management
Z-Wave
Settings
Activate or deactivate Z-Wave radio
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Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
INSTALLATION
TIMER
FIND IT
The timers indicate how much time allowed by entry and exit delays.
Setting
Default
Normal EntryExit Delay
Entry: 30
Exit: 60
Long Entry-Exit
Delay
Entry: 30
Exit: 60
Description
Entry Delay: How much time users have to enter their code after opening a
door programmed as an Normal Entry/Exit delay door
When SIA Limits enabled: 30 to 240 seconds
When SIA Limits disabled: 05 to 240 seconds
Exit Delay: How much time users have to exit the location before the panel
arms itself.
When SIA Limits enabled: 45 to 254 seconds
When SIA Limits disabled: 05 to 254 seconds
Settings
Installation
Timer
Installer Code Access
Master Code Access
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INSTALLATION
SOUND
FIND IT
The IQ panel sound settings can be found here as well as inside the “apps"
section of the panel on the home screen. Master Code has access to this
section as well as installer code.
Setting
Description
Volume
Controls the master volume for the entire panel and all its audible functions (except siren)
including tones, videos, voice chimes, etc
Edit Chimes
Allows you to select from various chimes for each individual device.
Voice Settings
Indicates whether the panel should “speak.” Sensors, Panel messages and Safety Sensors
can all be toggled independently. (unchecking box disables feature)
Installation
Chime Settings
Indicates whether the panel should emit tones/beeps. Sensors, Panel and Safety Sensors
can all be toggled independently. (unchecking box disables feature)
Sound
Settings
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SOUND
Setting
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Description
All Trouble
Beeps
Toggles all sensor and panel trouble beeps on or off
Sensor Low
Battery
Emits a chime when a sensor reports a low battery. Chime type and frequency are set
below.
Sensor Tamper
Beeps
Emits a chime when a sensor reports that it has been tampered. Chime type and frequency
are set below.
Settings
Panel Tamper
Beeps
Emits a chime when a sensor reports that it has been tampered. Chime type and frequency
are set below.
Installation
Edit Trouble
Beep Chimes
Select the chime type for Sensor Low Battery, Sensor Tamper, and Panel Tamper chimes.
Trouble Beeps
Timeout
Determines the amount of time between each trouble beep emitted. Time can be set
between 3-60 minutes. (Default is 3 minutes.)
Sound
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SYSTEM LOGS
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System logs allow the panel to send non-customer identifying information to the server for
troubleshooting and bug identification.
Setting
Default
Description
Upload logs to
the server
Requires
manual
push
Tell the panel to begin uploading a history of it's activity to the server. This
information is used to troubleshoot bugs and diagnose panel problems. The
panel will upload any logs saved in it’s memory
Auto Upload
Logs
Disabled
Automatically upload the system logs to the servers every 2 hours
Log Level
Tell the panel how much information to record in log files. Error
Settings
Installation
No log output: No information recorded
Fatal: Record fatal or severely problematic information only
Error: Record all errors and fatal issues
Warn: Record warnings, errors, and fatal issues
Info: Record all generic, non-customer related information
Debug: Record diagnostic messages, Info, Warnings, Errors, and Fatal issues
Verbose: Record all non-customer identifying information
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INSTALLATION
UPGRADE SOFTWARE
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The IQ panel can upgrade it software using one of three channels: Wi-Fi, cellular, or SD
card.
Setting
Description
Delete All Sensors and Devices
Erases all the security sensors and Z-Wave devices from the system’s
memory.
Upgrade Using Network
Search the network for updates and install new software
Upgrade Using SD Card
Search an inserted SD Card for updates and install new software
Https Upgrade
When enabled, you can manually enter a “patch tag” to locate a specific
software update. When disabled you can manually enter the working
directory of the desired software update.
Patch Tag
A code corresponding to a specific software update on the server. (Note:
Only displayed when “https Upgrade” is enabled.)
Working Directory
A code corresponding to a specific working directory on the server. (Note:
Only displayed when “https Upgrade” is disabled.)
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INSTALLATION
UPGRADE SOFTWARE
Setting
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Description
Automatic Upgrade
Allow the panel to update software itself as new versions become
available
Automatic Upgrade Interval
Determine how often the IQ Panel should look for software updates on
the server. (Default is every 24 hours)
Settings
Installation
Upgrade
Software
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INSTALLATION
SECURITY SETTINGS
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Settings
Installation
Security
Settings
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SIREN AND ALARMS
Setting
Default
Disable Siren
Disabled
Fire Verification
Disabled
Severe Weather Siren
Warning
Enabled
Dialer Delay
Siren Timeout
Allow Master Code To
Access Siren and Alarms
:30
4 min
Disabled
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Description
Turn internal piezo siren (and external siren, if connected) on or off
When disabled, fire alarm is triggered with a single fire event from
smoke detector. When enabled, panel requires two fire events from
smoke detector (one detector twice or two detects once each)
When enabled, siren will sound when the panel receives a severe
weather alert. When disabled, panel will use severe weather chime
Amount of time (in seconds) before panel will attempt call to
central station after an alarm event is triggered
When SIA Limits enabled: :15 to :45 seconds
When SIA Limits disabled: :05 to :254 seconds
Determine how long before siren stops sounding during an alarm
event (4 minutes to 8 minutes)
Allow the master code to access these features and settings
Settings
Installation
Security
Settings
Siren and
Alarms
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INSTALLATION
SECURITY AND ARMING
Setting
Installer Code
Default
1111
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Description
Code to access installer options in settings
Duress Authentication
Disabled
Toggle whether or not to allow duress codes
Secure Camera
Enabled
Require user code to access camera app
Secure Delete Images
Enabled
When enabled and “Secure Camera" is disabled, panel requires
user code to delete disarm photos and Image Sensor images.
When disabled no user code is required to delete images
Secure Arming
Disabled
Require user code for arming panel
Refuse Arming When
Battery Low
Disabled
Auto Bypass
Enabled
Auto Stay
Enabled
Arm Stay No Delay:
Enabled
Will not allow panel to arm if battery is low (below 30%)
Toggle whether or not to bypass open or tampered sensors
automatically
If panel is armed “Away” but a delay door is not opened, the panel
assumes you are still home and changes arming to “Stay” mode
Arm stay immediately with no countdown timer
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Settings
Installation
Security
Settings
Security
and Arming
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SECURITY AND ARMING
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Auto Exit Time Extension
Enabled
Automatically extend countdown timer if delay door is opened
during countdown process a second time
Keyfob No Delay
Enabled
When enabled, the key fob will arm and disarm the system
instantly. When disabled, the key fob will use the normal exit delay.
When disabled, disarming will still be instantaneous.
Allow Master Code to Access
Security and Arming
Disabled
Allow the master code to access these features and settings
Settings
Installation
Security
Settings
Security
and Arming
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INSTALLATION
IMAGE SETTINGS
Setting
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Default
Description
Disarm Photos
Enabled
When enabled, the built-in camera will take a single photograph when a
user disarms the panel. When disabled, the panel will not capture
images upon disarm.
Alarm Videos
Enabled
When enabled, the built-in camera will record up to 4 min of video
during security alarm events. When disabled, the panel will not capture
video during alarm events. Alarm videos are not recorded during
Emergency button, panel panics, key fob or medical pendant events.
Video Memos
Enabled
When enabled, the user can access the “video memo” feature inside the
camera app. When disabled, the user will not have access to this
feature.
Allow Master Code to
Access Image Settings
Disabled
Allow the master code to access these features and settings
Settings
Installation
Security
Settings
Image
Settings
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SYSTEM TESTS
SYSTEM TESTS
SYSTEM TESTS
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System Tests
There are several tests you can run to ensure the system is operating properly.
Wi-Fi Test
Test the panel’s connection to
the wireless (Wi-Fi) network
Settings
Sensor Test
Test the panel’s communication
with individual security sensors
Image Sensor Test
Test the panel’s connection to
Image Sensors
Cellular Test
Test the panel’s connection to
the cellular network
Z-Wave Test
Test the panel’s
communication with
individual Z-Wave devices
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SYSTEM TESTS
WI-FI TEST
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Wi-Fi Test
The Wi-Fi test checks the IQ panel’s connection to your network. Before
running this test, be sure to connect the panel to the network. See
“customization” section for directions on connecting to Wi-Fi.
To perform a Wi-Fi Test, touch the “Run” button.
Settings
Successful test will result in a “Pass” result and indicates the day and time of the test.
Installation
System
Tests
Wi-Fi Test
Note: If test fails, please check your Wi-Fi settings.
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SYSTEM TESTS
SENSOR TEST
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Sensor Test
The panel can test its connection and communication to individual security
sensors. Before this test can be effective, you must pair at least one security
sensor with the system.
Start Test
Before you begin a sensor test you will see a list of available sensors on the screen.
“Tampering” or opening a sensor will test it’s connection to the panel.
!
Results
The panel will audibly report and display the results:
Settings
Installation
System
Tests
Sensor Test
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SYSTEM TESTS
CELLULAR TEST
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Cellular Test
The panel’s built in cellular module can test it’s connection to the cellular
network. Before this test can be effective, you must activate the cellular
module by creating an alarm.com account.
To begin the test press
“Start” and watch for the
results on the screen.
Settings
Installation
OTASP
If you have a CDMA panel the OTASP function is
used to register the built in CDMA module with
the Verizon network. This should already have
been completed at the factory and if attempted
will generate a pop up warning.
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Test
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SYSTEM TESTS
IMAGE SENSOR TEST
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Image Sensor Test
The panel can test it’s connections to Image Sensors to ensure they are
communicating properly and can take photos as desired.
Settings
Installation
Step 1: Touch “View”
Step 2: Tap “Sensor Tests”
Step 3: Select the test you want to run.
PIR Test checks the motion sensor
Request Peek In tests the camera (check
results in Camera App)
System
Tests
Image
Sensor Test
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SYSTEM TESTS
Z-WAVE TEST
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Z-Wave Test
The panel can test it’s connections to Z-Wave devices to ensure they are
communicating properly.
To perform a Z-Wave Test, touch the “Run” button.
Settings
Successful test will result in a “Normal” result and indicates the day and time of the test.
Note: If test fails, please delete the device and re-pair it with the panel.
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Z-Wave
Test
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CUSTOMIZATION
CUSTOMIZATION
CUSTOMIZATION
SYSTEM SETTINGS
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Use system settings to connect to Wi-Fi, adjust sound settings, turn brightness up or down,
and safely eject your SD card
Setting
Description
Wi-Fi
Connect to the local network using the panel’s Wi-Fi
Sound
Adjust the volume and other sound settings on the panel
Brightness
Adjust the brightness of the panel’s LCD
SD Card
Display total space, available space and the option to unmount an inserted SD Card
Date & Time
Manually adjust the panel’s date and time
Settings
System
Settings
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HOW TO CONNECT TO WI-FI
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To connect to a Wi-Fi network, follow the steps below:
Touch
“Settings”
Settings
Touch
“System
Settings”
Touch “Wireless
Settings” followed by
“Wi-Fi Settings”
Any available networks will appear under “Wi-Fi Networks”
Select the desired network
Enter the password (if required)
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Settings
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CUSTOMIZATION
WEATHER
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TODAY’S FORECAST
Today’s forecast is displayed on the weather icon with a graphical
representation of precipitation and High and Low temps.
78
45
4-DAY FORECAST
Touch the weather icon to get a
four day forecast. This
information is updated once per
day via Alarm.com services.
LOCATION
Weather reporting is based on
location as indicated by the zip
code entered into Alarm.com
when the account is created.
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Weather
CUSTOMIZATION
PHOTO FRAME
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PHOTO FRAME
When you open the Photo Frame app, you will see
thumbnails of the images saved in the panel, as well as
buttons to play slideshow now, edit your settings, and
load new images.
START PHOTO FRAME
Starts Photo Frame
immediately
!
SETTINGS
Toggle settings like slide
transition, duration, effects, etc.
!
LOAD FROM SD CARD
Add your own photos
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Apps
Photo Frame
CUSTOMIZATION
LOAD IMAGES FROM SD CARD
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To load new images from an SD card:
!
1- Load photos* onto an SD Card
2- Insert the SD Card into the panel
3- Open the “Photo Frame” app
4- Press “Load from SD Card”
5- Choose “Replace” or “Add”
Insert card with the label facing you
6- Wait for the images to load
7- Once loaded, you can press “Start
Photo Frame” to test.
!
Card will slide all the way in.
To remove, push gently and card will spring out.
NOTE: Before removing the SD Card, go to
“Settings” then touch “System Settings”
then “SD Card” and select “Unmount”
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SD Card Slot:
Left side of panel
behind bezel
Photo requirements:
-JPEG
-800x480 pixels (or less)
-No larger than 1MB each
-No more than 20 images
-Saved in folder entitled
“Photos”
CUSTOMIZATION
PHOTO FRAME SETTINGS
Item
Default
FIND IT
Description
Duration
1 minute
How long each image will show before transitioning to the next image in
the library (1, 2, or 5 minutes)
Effect
Dissolve
Transition effect used between each image (fade to black, dissolve)
Shuffle
Enabled
Display pictures in random or sequential order
Display Type
Photo Frame
Choose what to display on the screen when the panel is not in use. (Off,
Photo Frame)
Photo Frame
Start Time
10 minutes
Choose the amount of time to wait after the last touch before starting the
selected display type. (5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30 minutes)
Automatically
turn off display
11:00 PM
Determines the time when the display shuts down completely. (use this
feature to turn off the LCD at night)
Automatically
turn on display
6:00 AM
Determines the time when the display “wakes up" after sleeping. (use this
feature to turn the LCD back on in the morning)
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Apps
Photo Frame
CUSTOMIZATION
CUSTOM NAMES
FIND IT
1. Select the “Sensor Name” field
2. Select “Custom Description” from the available choices. NOTE: You may need to scroll
up or down to find this option
3. A blank field will appear next to “Custom Description” Tap this field with your finger.
Settings
4. Use the keypad to type the sensor name (24 characters max)
Edit Sensor
6. Remember to touch “Save”
or “Add” to complete the
process and save your changes.
5. Tap “Done” to exit keyboard
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CUSTOMIZATION
EDIT CHIMES
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When you select “Edit
Chimes” you will see a list
of all the sensors learned
into the panel
Apps
Sound
Selecting the “Edit” icon allows you to see the
current chime type and “Play” the chime. To change
it, tap the chime type and select a different chime
from the list. When done, touch “Save”
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CUSTOMIZATION
USER MANAGEMENT
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The IQ panel can hold up to 242 user codes. Only installers and master users
can access this app and once created you can edit all information but user
type (Installer, Master, User, Guest)
User Type
Access Level
Expires
Installer
All Settings
n/a
Master
All user-related features and settings, including connecting to WiFi, User Management, and Sensor customization
n/a
User
Arming/disarming, home control, weather
n/a
Guest
Arming/disarming, home control, weather
On the date indicated
when created
Duress
Disarming (but sends duress signal to security provider) This user
will be disabled unless you turn on “Duress Authentication” under
"Security Account”
n/a
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User
Management
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CUSTOMIZATION
HOME SCREEN APPEARANCE
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You can choose from two different layouts for the home screen. The default setting is
Theme 2. PLEASE NOTE: THE DIRECTIONS IN THIS MANUAL ARE BASED ON THEME 2.
CHANGING THIS SETTING MAY ALTER THE LOCATIONS OF APPLICATIONS
DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL
Settings
Installation
Theme 1
Six icons along the bottom
of the home screen.
Theme 2
Three icons along the
bottom of the home screen.
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Security
Account
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Master Code Access
CUSTOMIZATION
LOAD HELP VIDEOS
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You can load new help videos using an SD Card.
Note: Videos must be MOV, MP4, or M4V format,
under 200mb total, and look best when in a
800x350 aspect ratio
Settings
1- Select whether
you want to copy
videos onto your
panel (adding them
to other available
videos) or replace all
existing videos with
new ones.
Load Help
Videos
2- Choose the videos
you want to put on
the panel by checking
the boxes next to the
video name
3- Click “OK” to continue. Once
complete, the video will appear in
your video library
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
ABOUT
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Item
Description
Battery Status
Displays whether the battery is disconnected, charging, or full
Battery level
Displays the percentage of charge currently within the battery
Battery voltage
Displays the current number of volts held by the battery
Software version
Displays the panels current software version for both the user interface and the
alarm.com integration
Linux Version
Shows which version of linux the panel has installed
Android version
Shows which version of Android the panel has currently installed
Android System Version
Shows which version of the Android system the panel has currently installed
Hardware version
Displays the version of the panel hardware
System PIC Version
Displays the panel’s PIC version
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ABOUT
Item
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Description
PCA Serial Number
Shows the panel’s PCA serial number
ICCI ID
Displays the panel’s ICCI ID number
System Part Number
Displays the Qolsys part number for the device
System Serial Number
Displays the system’s serial number
RF PIC Version
Displays the system’s RF PIC version
EEPROM Format Version
Displays the system’s EEPROM format version
Patch Description
Shows all applied software patches, when they were installed and the status of
each
Last Upgrade Date
Shows the date and time of the last software update
MAC Address
Displays the panel’s individual MAC address
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ABOUT
Item
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Description
IP Address
Displays the panel’s IP Address on your local network (if connected to Wi-Fi)
Panel Up Time
Displays how long the panel has been on since the last reboot
Cellular Signal Strength
Displays the current cellular signal strength
Cellular Connection
Displays the status of true cellular radio
IMEI/MEID
Displays the system’s IMEI/MEID. The last 10 digits is the Alarm.com radio serial
number
Settings
About
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Master Code Access
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UPGRADE SOFTWARE USING WI-FI
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Keeping your panel's software up to date should help fix any known issues and ensure your
panel receives new additional features as they are developed. To perform a software update using Wi-Fi follow the steps below: 1- Ensure your panel is connected to Wi-Fi
2- Touch "Settings" (enter your installer code, default is 1111)
3- Touch "Installation"
Settings
4- Touch "Upgrade Software"
5- Touch "Upgrade Using Network" The IQ Panel will check for the latest software update.
If your panel is up to date you will see a message confirming that you have the most recent
software version. 6- If a software update IS available the panel will automatically begin downloading it. 7- Once the download is complete a pop up message will appear informing you that in
order to install the software you must restart the panel. Touch "okay." Your panel will install
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AUTOMATIC SOFTWARE UPDATES
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Turning on automatic software updates will allow the panel to install newer versions of the
software to fix bugs, add features, and ensure everything runs smoothly. To activate these:
!
Touch “settings”
Enter Installer code (default is 1111)
Touch “Installation”
Touch “Upgrade Software”
Make sure the “Automatic Updates” button is checked.
Settings
Installation
SUPPORT
?
QUESTIONS?
Upgrade
Software
Contact us at techsupport@qolsys.com
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SOFTWARE UPDATE VIA SD CARD
1- Insert an SD card into your computer. (*We recommend a class 4 or higher SDHC card with 4gb – 16gb storage space)
2- Download the current software from dealers.qolsys.com (requires login)
3- Once the file is downloaded, right click the file and select "Unzip" or “Open”
4- Drag all files to your SD card. Delete ANY other files, and safely remove the SD card
from your computer
5- Slide your SD card into the slot on the back left of the IQ Panel.
6- Touch “Settings” and enter a valid installer code (default is 1111)
7- Touch “Installation”
8- Touch “Upgrade Software”
9- Touch “Upgrade via SD Card”
10- The panel will search the SD Card for the patch and begin downloading it automatically. 11- Once complete touch "OK" to reboot the panel. DO NOT TOUCH THE SCREEN. The
process will take about 7 minutes and the buttons may turn red, screen may turn off, etc.
After the panel reboots the home screen will appear and the buttons will turn green. For
the next 5 minutes the panel will update the backup partition. Do not power down or use
the panel during this time
11- Eject the SD Card: (“Settings”, enter your installer code (default is 1111), "SD Card” then
"Safely Remove"
IMPORTANT: Failure to perform these steps in the proper sequence may result in data
corruption and/or panel failure.
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Installation
Upgrade
Software
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TROUBLESHOOTING
MOVING THE PANEL
FIND IT
If, for ANY reason, you need to move the panel, be sure you have enough battery life to
keep the panel running while not connected to A/C power. If you do not, you must shut
down the panel’s operating system before disconnecting the power supply.
!
1.Select “Settings” from the home screen
2.Enter the installer or master code.
3.Select “Power Down”
IMPORTANT: Failure to perform these
4.Wait for panel LEDs to turn off
steps in the proper sequence may result in
5.Disconnect the power
data corruption and/or panel failure.
Settings
Power
Down
SUPPORT
?
QUESTIONS?
Contact us at techsupport@qolsys.com
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PANEL REBOOT
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If the panel is experiencing difficulties you can often resolve it by resetting the operating
system.
Select “Settings” from the home screen
1.Enter the installer or master code.
2.Select “Panel Reboot”
3.Wait for the panel to restart
IMPORTANT: Failure to follow these steps properly may
result in data corruption and/or panel failure.
Panel
Reboot
SUPPORT
?
QUESTIONS?
Settings
Contact us at techsupport@qolsys.com
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TROUBLESHOOTING
HARD REBOOT
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If the panel is frozen or experiencing serious difficulties and you cannot resolve it, you can
force the software to reset by pressing and holding the “Home” button for 30 seconds.
x 30 sec
IMPORTANT: Performing a hard reset may
result in data corruption and/or panel failure.
Only use this when absolutely necessary.
SUPPORT
?
QUESTIONS?
Contact us at techsupport@qolsys.com
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Home
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYSTEM MONITOR
FIND IT
The system monitor allows you to see the Wi-Fi connection and information, as well as the
other services running in the panel.
Settings
System
Monitor
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CANNOT LOAD HELP VIDEOS
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If your panel cannot load a help video you will receive an error message. Please ensure that
your video(s) meet the requirements:
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LEGAL
IMPORTANT
Important warning and information can be found on the interior and exterior of the panel’s mounting plate.
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IMPORTANT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. —Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. —Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. —Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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This Class [B] digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe [B] respecte toutes les exigences du Réglement sur le matériel brouilleur du
Canada.
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IMPORTANT! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Qolsys Inc. could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
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CAUTION! This equipment complies with radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled environment. The
antenna(s) used for this transmitters must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all
persons and must not be collocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Items
Parameters
IQ Panel
Platform
Android OS
Android 2.2.2
LCD Display
Size
7 inch LCD
Resolution
800x480
Brightness
320 cd/m2
RGB
24bit
Type
Resistive
Touch Points
Single touch
WiFi
WiFi 11b/g/n, 2.4Ghz,1x1
Zigbee
Proprietary Image Sensor
Z-Wave
Yes
Cellular
CDMA 1xRTT (700Mhz)
Security R/F
319.5 MHz
Flash Memory
Internal Storage
4GB NAND Flash
Input/Output
SD Slot
Standard size x 1, Push-Push
Hardwire
Hardwire zones
2 supervised hardwire inputs (4.7k resistor)
Hardwire siren out
6-12 VDC @ 120 mA max
LED Indicator
Status LED
2 color LED indicator (green= ready, red= armed)
Speaker
Stereo 1W x 2
Left dedicated speaker for panel sounds and voices
Touchscreen
Wireless
Right dedicated speaker for 2-way voice
SPECIFICATIONS
Items
Parameters
IQ Panel
Camera
Front Camera
0.3MP, Fixed Focus
Microphone
Microphone
Embedded Omni-directional Microphone + High Gain for 2-way voice
Security
Siren
Built-in Siren with sound pressure level at 91 dba at 3.05m (conforms to UL 1023)
Tamper
Tamper Switch
Panel tamper switch with spring release and reporting to status app
Battery
Type
Lithium ion, 2500mAh capacity
Buttons
Hard Buttons
Emergency Panic, Home
Mechanical
Dimension
8.5x6.5x1.5inch (LxWxH)
Weight
1.84 lbs (.84 kg)
Power Supply
DC
12V DC Adapter; Power input: 100-240 V-50/60Hz
Instructions
Installation Guide
Quick Install Guide
Mount
Back Plate
Wall-mount bracket (included) or table top stand (not included)
Certification
ETL
40008507
FCC
2AAJXQS9004VRZ
IC
1120A-QS-9004-VRZ
Safety
UL-985, UL-1023, UL-1635, UL-639, UL-498A, UL-634, ULC-634, ULC-S306, CSA-C22.2
Operational
-10 to 50 C
Storage
-40 to 80C
Temperature
Document#: IQPANEL-IM-02-12
Revision Date: 2/12/14
Qolsys Part #: QS-9004-VRZ
Software version: 1.3.1
Conforms to UL Std. S985, 1023. & 1635
Certified to ULC Sub C1023 & ULC Std S545
Qolsys Inc. proprietary.
Reproduction without permission is not permitted.