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DS7446KP | User Guide | Command Quick Reference
Command Quick Reference
Command
Type
Basic
Arming
Commands
Advanced
Arming
Commands
System
Disarming
Commands
Emergency
Commands
Test
Commands
System
Status
Commands
2
Page
Command
Turn the System All On
Turn the System
Perimeter Only On
Turn All Areas On
Select Partial On Zones
Turn the System Partial
On
Bypass or Unbypass
Zones
Turn the System All On
with No Entry Delay
Turn the System
Perimeter On with No
Entry Delay
Turn the System Partial
On with No Entry Delay
Extend Auto On Time
Turn the System Off
Turn All Areas Off
[On] or [# Command][1]
[Perimeter] or
[# Command][2]
[# Command][8][0]
[# Command][6][5]
[# Command][3]
13
13
14
14
14
[Bypass]
15
[On][No Entry] or
[# Command][1][No Entry]
[Perimeter][No Entry] or
[# Command][2][No Entry]
15
[# Command][3][No Entry]
15
[# Command][5][1]
PIN entry
[# Command][8][1]
16
17
17
Silence Alarms
System Reset
System Test
Walk Test
View Faulted Zones
View Zone Troubles
View System Troubles
View Alarm Memory
View History Log
PIN entry
[# Command][4][7]
[# Command][4][1]
[# Command][4][4]
[*]
[# Command][4][8]
[# Command][4][2]
[# Command][4][0]
[# Command][8][5]
18
18
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
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Command
Type
PIN
Commands
Optional
Commands
Page
Command
Change PIN
Change Another User’s PIN
Change Another User’s
Authority Level
Change Another User’s Area
Assignment
Delete a User’s PIN
Renew One-Time PINs
Enable Installer PIN
Turn Chime Mode On or Off
Select Chime Tone
Select Chime Zones
Toggle Outputs
Keypad Volume Adjust
Move to Area
Set Date and Time
Turn Auto Forward On or Off
Auto Forward On Setup
Auto Forward Off Setup
Remote Program
[# Command][5][5]
[# Command][5][6][1]
[# Command][5][6][2]
25
25
25
[# Command][5][6][3]
25
[# Command][5][8]
[# Command][5][3]
[# Command][9][2]
[# Command][6][1]
[# Command][6][2]
[# Command][6][3]
[# Command][5][4]
[# Command][4][9]
[# Command][5][0]
[# Command][4][5]
[# Command][8][2]
[# Command][8][3]
[# Command][8][4]
[# Command][4][3]
27
28
28
29
29
29
31
32
32
32
33
33
33
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DS7446KP | User Guide | Contents
Contents
1.0
2.0
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4.0
4.1
4.2
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
6.0
6.1
6.2
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
8.0
8.1
8.2
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
4
System Information.......................................................................... 6
Purpose of Document ...................................................................... 6
Keypad Overview ............................................................................ 7
Keypad Layout.................................................................................... 7
Keypad Tones ................................................................................... 11
System Status Messages.................................................................... 12
Keypad Commands .......................................................................... 13
Basic System Arming Commands............................................... 13
Turn the System All On................................................................... 13
Turn the System Perimeter Only On ............................................. 13
Advanced System Arming Commands ..................................... 14
Turn All Areas On............................................................................ 14
Select Partial On Zones.................................................................... 14
Turn the System Partial On............................................................. 14
Bypass or Unbypass Zones .............................................................. 15
Turn the System On with No Entry Delay.................................... 15
Turn the System On with No Exit Tone........................................ 16
Extend Auto On Time ..................................................................... 16
System Disarming Commands .................................................... 17
Turn the System Off ......................................................................... 17
Turn All Areas Off............................................................................ 17
Emergency Commands ................................................................. 18
Silence Alarms................................................................................... 18
System Reset...................................................................................... 18
A, B, and C Keys .............................................................................. 19
Test Commands .............................................................................. 20
System Test........................................................................................ 20
Walk Test........................................................................................... 20
System Status Commands............................................................. 21
View Faulted Zones .......................................................................... 21
View Zone Troubles......................................................................... 21
View System Troubles ..................................................................... 22
View Alarm Memory ....................................................................... 22
View History Log ............................................................................. 23
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10.0
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
11.0
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
12.0
12.1
12.2
12.3
PIN Commands ............................................................................... 25
Change PIN ....................................................................................... 25
Change or Add a User PIN ............................................................. 25
Delete a User PIN............................................................................. 27
Renew One-Time PINs.................................................................... 28
Enable Installer PIN ......................................................................... 28
Optional Commands ..................................................................... 29
Chime Mode...................................................................................... 29
Change Skeds .................................................................................... 30
Toggle Outputs.................................................................................. 31
Keypad Volume Adjust.................................................................... 32
Move to Area .................................................................................... 32
Set Date and Time ............................................................................ 32
Auto Forward .................................................................................... 33
Enable Keypad .................................................................................. 34
Remote Program ............................................................................... 34
Reference Materials ....................................................................... 35
About Your Security System ........................................................... 35
Zone Locations .................................................................................. 39
Glossary.............................................................................................. 40
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DS7446KP | User Guide | 1.0 System Information
1.0 System Information
Alarm Company:
Telephone Number:
2.0 Purpose of Document
This document shows you how to use and maintain your security system.
It covers all of the commands you can perform from this keypad.
Based on how your alarm company programmed your security system,
you might not be able to perform some of the commands described in this
document.
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3.0 Keypad Overview
3.1
Keypad Layout
Figure 1: Keypad Layout
Area 1 Name Text
OK for All On
2
1
AREA 1 AREA 2 AREA 3 AREA 4
Perim
Power
Armed
Cmd
3
1
2
3
On
4
5
6
Perimeter
7
8
9
No Entry
0
A
1234-
B
#
4
Command
C
Bypass
Two-line text display
Area icon line (refer to Table 1 on page 8)
System status indicators (refer to Table 2 on page 9)
Keys (refer to Table 3 on page 10)
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Depending on your system’s programming, your keypad might display an
area icon below the second line of text.
Table 1: Area Icon Functions
State
On Steady
Fast Flash
Slow Flash
Off
Function
•
A user is operating the keypad outside of its home area using
the [#][5][0] (Move to Area) command. Refer to Section 11.5
Move to Area on page 32 for more information.
•
The area is armed, but not in alarm.
The area is in alarm.
•
A zone trouble condition exists.
•
A zone is bypassed in the area.
•
The area is disarmed.
•
No alarm or trouble conditions exist.
•
No zones are bypassed.
•
Area icon function is disabled in system programming
Refer to Figure 1 on page 7 for the location of the area icons.
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Table 2: System Status Indicators
Indicator
Perim
State
On Steady
Slow Flash
Power
Off
On Steady
Fast Flash
Slow Flash
Armed
On Steady
Slow Flash
Cmd
Off
On Steady
Fast Flash
Slow Flash
Description
Area is armed Perimeter Only or Partial On with Entry
Delay.
Area is armed Perimeter Only or Partial On without
Entry Delay.
Area is not armed Perimeter Only or Partial On.
No trouble conditions exist.
The area is in a test mode (System Test or Walk
Test), or the area is in the last 5 min of Walk Test.
•
A system or zone trouble exists.
•
Keypad moved from its home area using
[#][5][0] (Move to Area) command.
Area is armed All On, Perimeter Only, or Partial On
with Entry Delay.
Area is armed All On, Perimeter Only, or Partial On
without Entry Delay.
System is turned off.
•
The exit timer is running.
•
A command is active.
•
A PIN entry is required.
•
The entry timer is running.
Another keypad in the same area is busy.
Refer to Figure 1 on page 7 for the location of the system status LEDs.
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Table 3: Keys
Keys
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0
On
Perimeter
No Entry
# Command
*
ABC Keys
Bypass
Function
Use the numeric keys to enter information such as user
PINs and command key sequences.
Press this key to turn your system All On.
Press this key to turn your system Perimeter Only On.
Press this key to turn your system on with no entry delay.
Press this key along with the numeric keys to enter
information such as function key sequences. This key also
displays system status when pressed.
Press this key to perform a specified function or advance
to the next display.
Refer to Section 7.3 A, B, and C Keys on page 19 for
more information.
Press this key to bypass a zone.
Refer to Figure 1 on page 7 for the location of the function keys.
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3.2
Keypad Tones
Table 4: Keypad Tones
Tone
(Tone Diagram)
Fire Alarm
__ __ __ __
Burglary Alarm
___________
Description
When a fire zone goes into alarm, the keypad sounds
the Fire Alarm tone. Enter PIN to silence.
Trouble
__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
When your system is turned on and a burglary zone
goes into alarm, the keypad sounds the Burglary
Alarm tone. The sounder remains on for the duration
of the time set by your alarm company. Enter PIN to
silence.
When a system component is not functioning
correctly, the keypad sounds the Trouble tone.
Key Press
_
Pressing any key on the keypad sounds the Key
Press tone, indicating that the key press is accepted.
Entry Delay
__ __ __ __ __
(Fast)
When you enter the building through a zone
programmed for Entry Delay, the keypad sounds the
Entry Delay tone to remind you to turn your system
off. If the system is not turned off before the Entry
Delay time ends, an alarm event occurs and a report
is sent to the alarm receiving center (ARC).
After you turn your system on, the keypad sounds the
Exit Delay tone. If you do not leave before the Exit
Delay time ends and an Exit Delay zone is faulted
(opening a door specified as an Exit Delay zone), an
alarm event begins.
If you press an incorrect key, the keypad sounds the
Error tone. This tone is the same tone as the Trouble
tone, but it is not repeated.
The OK tone indicates that a keypad entry is
accepted (for example, a correct PIN is entered). Also
sounds when exiting some functions.
The keypad sounds the Chime tone to alert you when
any chime zone is faulted.
During the last 10 seconds of Exit Delay, the keypad
sounds the Last Chance warning tone. Exit the
building when you hear this tone.
Exit Delay
__ __ __
(Slow)
__
Error
__ __ __ __
OK
__
Chime
__
Last Chance
__ __ __ __ __
(Fast)
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3.3
System Status Messages
Refer to Table 5 for descriptions of the system messages that can appear
on the keypad’s display.
Table 5: System Status Messages
Keypad Display
System OK.
Description
There are no system troubles.
System Trouble!
Press 4 to view.
A system trouble exists. Refer to Section 9.3 View
System Troubles on page 22 for more information.
Zones faulted.
Press 0 to view.
One or more zones are faulted. Refer to Section 9.1
View Faulted Zones on page 21 for more information.
Logged Out!
This message appears when you press [# Command]
twice to log out of the system. The system remembers
PIN entries for approximately 10 sec. after you stop
pressing keys.
All zones are normal and the system is ready to turn on.
OK for All On
Tamper!
Unable to Arm
You cannot turn your system All On, but you can turn it
on Perimeter Only or Partial On. You must fix the faulted
zone before you can turn your system All On.
You cannot turn your system on. You must fix the faulted
zone before you can turn your system on. Refer to
Section 9.1 View Faulted Zones on page 21, and
Section 9.2 View Zone Troubles on page 21, for more
information.
A tamper condition exists. You cannot turn your system
on until you fix the tamper condition.
Trouble!
Unable to Arm
A major trouble condition exists. You cannot turn your
system on until you fix the trouble condition.
Trouble!
Force Arm Required
If this message appears when you try to turn the system
on, you must force arm the system. This message
appears if a data bus trouble occurs or AC power fails
when you try to turn the system on.
OK for Perimeter
Not Ready
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3.4
Keypad Commands
After entering a command, the keypad might ask you to enter your PIN to
continue.
After you enter your PIN, follow the instructions that appear on the
keypad’s display to perform the command.
4.0 Basic System Arming Commands
The Exit Delay timer starts immediately after you press an
arming key sequence and enter your PIN.
Leave the building before the Exit Delay timer ends. Leaving
afterward starts an alarm event.
The keypad sounds the Last Chance tone during the last 10
sec of Exit Delay time.
4.1
Turn the System All On
[On] or [# Command][1]
Use this command to turn on all zones within the keypad’s area.
4.2
Turn the System Perimeter Only On
[Perimeter] or [# Command][2]
Use this command to turn on part of your system, leaving the rest of the
system off.
Your alarm company determines which zones turn on for Perimeter Only
On.
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5.0 Advanced System Arming Commands
5.1
Turn All Areas On
[# Command][8][0]
Use this command to turn all areas within your system All On.
Your system must be split into more than one area to use this command.
If an area has a faulted zone, the keypad identifies the area and provides
instructions to force-arm the area.
5.2
Select Partial On Zones
[# Command][6][5]
Use this command to select which zones turn on when you turn the
system Partial On.
Table 6: Select Partial On Zones Keypad Displays
Keypad Display
Zn 3 Part
Side Door
Yes
Zn 4 Part
Back Door
No
5.3
What To Do
This zone is already selected as a Partial On zone.
This zone is not selected as a Partial On zone.
To select this zone, press [4][*]. “No” changes to
“Yes.”
Repeat as necessary for other zones.
Turn the System Partial On
[# Command][3]
Use this command to turn on part of your system, leaving the rest of the
system off.
You select which zones turn on for Partial On operation.
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5.4
Bypass or Unbypass Zones
[Bypass] or [# Command][0]
Use this command to bypass one or more zones before turning the system
on.
For example, your kitchen was just painted and you want to leave the
windows open, but you need to turn your system on. Bypassing zones
allows you to turn your system on, but it prevents the system from
monitoring undesired areas, such as the kitchen.
To bypass a zone, enter the zone number, and then press [*]. For
example, to bypass Zone 3, press [3][*]. Repeat this process to unbypass a
zone.
5.5
Turn the System On with No Entry Delay
Refer to Table 7
Turning the system on with no Entry Delay eliminates the Entry Delay
timer on all Entry/Exit Delay zones, such as the front door.
If an Entry/Exit Delay zone is faulted when the system is on with no
Entry Delay, the system immediately starts an alarm condition.
Table 7: No Entry Delay Arming Commands
Arming Command
All On with No Entry Delay
Perimeter Only with No Entry Delay
Partial On with No Entry Delay
Key Sequence
[On][No Entry], or
[# Command][1][No Entry]
[Perimeter][No Entry], or
[# Command][2][No Entry]
[# Command][3][No Entry]
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5.6
Turn the System On with No Exit Tone
Refer to Table 8
Turning the system on with no Exit Tone silences the Exit Tone, and
doubles the Exit Delay timer.
For example, if you normally have 30 sec to leave the building after
turning the system on, you now have 60 sec to leave.
Table 8: No Exit Tone Arming Commands
Arming Command
All On with No Exit Tone
Perimeter Only with No
Exit Tone
Partial On with No Exit
Tone
5.7
Key Sequence
Press and hold [On], or
press [# Command] and then press and hold [1]
Press and hold [Perimeter], or
press [# Command] and then press and hold [2]
Press [# Command] and then press and hold [3]
Extend Auto On Time
[# Command][5][1]
Your alarm company can program your system to automatically turn on.
Use this command to delay the auto-on time by one hour.
This command only works when the system sounds the Auto On Alert
tone, which is the same as the Entry tone.
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DS7446KP | User Guide | 6.0 System Disarming Commands
6.0 System Disarming Commands
6.1
Turn the System Off
PIN entry
Enter your PIN to turn the system off.
To prevent an alarm, enter through a designated entry door,
such as the front door.
If you enter through the wrong door, or you do not turn the
system off before the Entry Delay timer ends, you can cause
an alarm.
If an alarm occurs, enter your PIN to silence the alarm and
notify your alarm company.
6.2
Turn All Areas Off
[# Command][8][1]
Use this command to turn off all areas within your system.
Your system must be split into more than one area to use this command.
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DS7446KP | User Guide | 7.0 Emergency Commands
7.0
Emergency Commands
Your system might be programmed to produce different
sounding tones to distinguish fire alarms and burglary alarms.
Refer to Table 4 on page 11 for descriptions of the alarm
tones.
7.1
Silence Alarms
PIN Entry
When an alarm occurs, the Alarm tone sounds and the display shows
which zone is in alarm.
Enter your PIN to silence the alarm. If the system was turned on, entering
your PIN also turns it off.
If programmed, the system sends an alarm report to the alarm
receiving center (ARC) if the alarm is not acknowledged in
time.
After the alarm is silenced, press and hold [# Command] to clear the
alarm message from the keypad display.
Refer to Section 9.4 View Alarm Memory on page 22 if you need to see
which zones caused alarms after you clear the alarms from the keypad
display.
7.2
System Reset
[# Command][4][7]
Use this command to reset the system after an alarm.
Events such as fire alarms, tamper conditions, or trouble conditions might
require a system reset to clear.
Resetting the system takes approximately 20 sec to complete.
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7.3
A, B, and C Keys
[A], [B], or [C]
[A] Key =
[B] Key =
[C] Key =
Your keypad’s [A], [B], and [C] keys are special emergency keys that
generate alarms as programmed by your alarm company.
Press the key twice to activate the assigned alarm.
Refer to Figure 1 on page 7 for the location of these keys.
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DS7446KP | User Guide | 8.0 Test Commands
8.0 Test Commands
8.1
System Test
[# Command][4][1]
Use this command to determine if certain system components operate as
expected.
Your alarm company determines which components can be tested using
this command.
Table 9: Available System Tests
I Can Test This
Component
System Test
Component
System Bell
System
Strobe
Battery
Telephone
Line
Test Description
The bell output sounds for approximately
3 sec. Listen for bell activation.
The strobe activates for approximately
20 sec. Check for strobe activation.
The battery is tested for approximately
4 min. If this test fails, follow the instructions
on the keypad’s display.
The telephone line is tested for
approximately 10 min. If this test fails, follow
the instructions on the keypad’s display.
Press [*] to stop the test currently in progress, and skip to the next test.
Press [# Command] to stop all system tests, and exit this command.
8.2
Walk Test
[# Command][4][4]
Use this command to walk-test detection devices as determined by your
alarm company.
Perform this test at least once a week.
Test fire detection devices such as smoke detectors and heat detectors as
instructed by your alarm company.
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9.0 System Status Commands
9.1
View Faulted Zones
[*]
Use this command to locate faulted zones in your system.
The keypad display scrolls through all faulted zones.
When the zones return to normal or are bypassed, the system is ready to
turn on.
9.2
View Zone Troubles
[# Command][4][8]
Use this command to view which zones, if any, are experiencing a trouble
condition.
The keypad display scrolls through all zones with trouble conditions.
Investigate the source of the trouble condition, and correct it if possible.
For example, remove any object that is blocking a motion detector, or
close an open door or window.
The keypad automatically exits this command.
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9.3
View System Troubles
[# Command][4][2]
Use this command to view system troubles.
Refer to Table 10 for a list of some system trouble messages.
Table 10: System Trouble Messages
Keypad Display
System running
on battery only.
Cause for Message
There is no AC main supply. The system is running
on standby battery only.
Comm Fail
Destination 1
The system failed to communicate with the ARC.
Line 1 trouble.
Check dial tone.
The telephone line is missing, or there is no dial
tone.
Call for service
Call your alarm company for a service visit.
There are no
system troubles.
No system troubles exist.
9.4
View Alarm Memory
[# Command][4][0]
Use this command to view alarms that were silenced and cleared from the
keypad’s display.
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9.5
View History Log
[# Command][8][5]
Use this command to view the events stored in your system’s history log.
Events include alarms, trouble conditions, and tamper conditions.
The top line of the log shows the event description. The bottom line
alternates between the event’s time and date, and the event’s area, device
(zone), user, and communication information. Refer to Figure 2.
The display shows the most recent event first.
Press [*] to scroll to the previous event.
Press [# Command] to exit this command.
Figure 2: History Log Displays
Sensor Mon Rstl
A1 Zn3
SL
1
2
Sensor Mon Rstl
08:29 23/11/04
1
3
1 - Event
2 - Area, Zone Number, Communication Information
(alternates with event date and time)
3 - Event Date and Time
(alternates with area, zone number, and communication
information)
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Table 11 shows the characters that the history log uses to communicate
certain information.
Table 11: History Log Display Descriptions
History Log Display
A#
Zn##
Dv##
Ln##
Mn#
Cd##
Op##
Ks##
U##
##
A
D
F
L
P
S
24
Description
Area number
Zone number
Device number
Phone line number
Minutes until Auto Arm Sked
User code number
Output number
Keyswitch number
User number
Communication status for Routing Destinations 1 and 2
Aborted
Deleted from buffer by control panel
Failed (communication failure)
Local
Pending
Sent
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DS7446KP | User Guide | 10.0
PIN Commands
10.0 PIN Commands
If the keypad sounds the Error tone when you enter a user
number, the user number does not exist in your system. If this
is correct, you must add this user number before using the
following commands to change the user’s PIN, authority level,
or area assignment.
10.1
Change PIN
[# Command][5][5]
Use this command to change your Personal Identification Number (PIN).
The keypad automatically exits this command.
10.2
Change or Add a User PIN
[# Command][5][6]
Use this command to change an existing user PIN, or add a new user PIN
to the system.
You cannot change your own PIN using this command.
Refer to Table 12 for the options available in this command’s menu.
Table 12: [# Command][5][6] Menu Options
Keypad Display
Push 1 to change
PINs.
What To Do
Press [1] to modify a user’s PIN. Refer to Step 3 on
page 26 for the procedure.
Push 2 to change
authority level.
Press [2] to modify a user’s authority level. Refer to
Step 2 on page 26 for the procedure.
Push 3 to change
areas assigned.
Press [3] to modify a user’s area assignment. Refer to
Step 1 on page 26 for the procedure.
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Follow these steps to add a new user PIN:
1. Assign one or more areas to the new user.
a.
Press [# Command][5][6].
b. Press [3] to assign one or more areas to the new user.
The display scrolls through the user numbers.
c.
Enter a user number and then press [*].
For example, press [5][*] for User 5.
d. Press the corresponding numeric keys to add, or remove, areas.
For example, to add Area 2, press [2].
e.
2.
Press [# Command] twice to return to the [# Command][5][6]
menu.
Assign an authority level to the new user.
a.
Press [2] to assign an authority level.
The display scrolls through the user numbers.
b. Enter a user number and then press [*].
For example, press [5][*] for User 5.
c.
Enter an authority level from 1 to 4.
Level 1 grants the most authority. Level 4 grants the least
authority.
For example, to assign Level 2 authority, press [2].
d. Use Table 13 on page 27 to identify the available commands for
each authority level.
e.
3.
Press [# Command] twice to return to the [# Command][5][6]
menu.
Assign a PIN to the new user.
a.
Press [1] to assign a PIN.
The display scrolls through the user numbers.
b. Enter a user number and then press [*].
For example, press [5][*] for User 5.
c.
Enter a PIN. Re-enter as asked.
d. Press [# Command] three times to exit this command.
The new user is added to the system.
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Table 13: Authority Level Commands
Level
1
Available Commands
2
3
4
10.3
Delete a User PIN
[# Command][5][8]
Use this command to delete a user’s PIN.
If there is no PIN for the selected user, the keypad sounds the Error tone.
You cannot use this command to delete your PIN.
Press [# Command] to exit this command.
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10.4
Renew One-Time PINs
[# Command][5[3]
One-time PINs can turn the system off only once. This PIN is typically
given to someone who needs temporary access to the building, such as a
maintenance crew or a baby-sitter.
Use this command to renew one-time PINs. When the one-time PINs are
renewed, they can be used again to turn the system off only once.
If there are multiple one-time PINs, press [0][*] to renew all of them.
To renew a specific one-time PIN, enter the user number and then press
[*]. For example, if user PIN 5 is a one-time PIN, press [5][*] to renew it.
The keypad automatically exits this command.
10.5
Enable Installer PIN
[# Command][9][2]
Use this command to allow the installer from your alarm company to use
a special PIN to access your system.
Depending on your system’s programming, this command might not be
available.
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11.0 Optional Commands
11.1
Chime Mode
[# Command][6][1] – Enable Chime Mode
[# Command][6][2] – Select Chime Tone
[# Command][6][3] – Select Chime Zones
Chime Mode, when turned on, sounds a tone whenever the system is off
and a chime zone, such as a door or window, is faulted.
Some common uses of Chime Mode include:
• Alerting employees when a customer walks through the main
entrance of small stores
• Monitoring the location of young children within a household
Follow these steps to use Chime Mode:
1. Press [# Command][6][3] to select which zones to chime.
-
Press [0][*] to clear Chime Mode settings for all zones.
2.
To select a specific zone, enter the zone number and press [*]. For
example, press [5][*] to select Zone 5 as a Chime zone.
Press [# Command] when you are done selecting Chime zones.
3.
Press [# Command][6][2] to select a Chime tone. Refer to Table 14.
-
Table 14: Chime Tone Selections
Chime Tone
Off
Key
[1]
Short Beep
[2]
Beep Until Keypress
[3]
Beep Until Closed
[4]
Description
Keypad displays chime zone number, but does
not sound a tone.
Keypad displays chime zone number, and
sounds a tone.
Keypad displays chime zone number, and
sounds a tone until you press [# Command].
Keypad displays chime zone number, and
sounds a tone until the chime zone is returned to
normal. For example, close the opened door or
window. Pressing [# Command] also silences
the tone.
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4.
5.
6.
Press [#][Command] after you select a Chime tone. The selected tone
sounds for all Chime zones.
Press [# Command][6][1] to enable Chime Mode.
- Press [1] to turn Chime Mode on
- Press [2] to turn Chime Mode off
Press [#][Command] after you enable Chime Mode.
11.2
Change Skeds
[# Command][5][2]
A sked is a scheduling command that allows a selected event to occur at a
specific time. For example, if you need your system to turn All On at a
certain time on certain days, your alarm company can set up a sked to
meet this need. A sked can also turn an output on or off, such as lighting
or a pool pump, when needed.
Follow these steps to change a sked:
1. Press [# Command][5][2], and then select a sked type to change.
Refer to Table 15.
Table 15: Change Sked Options
Key
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
2.
3.
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Option
Change All On Skeds
Change Perimeter On Skeds
Change Partial On Skeds
Change Off Skeds
Change Output On Skeds
Change Output Off Skeds
Enter the time to turn the sked on or off in HH:MM format.
The valid range is 00:00 to 23:59. To disable a sked, enter 00:00 for
the time.
Identify which days the sked operates.
To add or remove a day, press the corresponding numeric key. Refer
to Table 16.
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Table 16: Sked Day Selections
Key
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Day of Week
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
All Days
Symbol
S
M
T
W
T
F
S
A
To use the All Days command, press [8]. An “A” appears in the
display under “8.” The sked is now active every day of the week.
4.
To disable the All Days command, press [8] again. The “A”
disappears from the display. Now press the appropriate numeric key
to deactivate the sked for a particular day. For example, press [8][1] to
turn off All Days operation and prevent the sked from operating on
Sunday.
Press [# Command] twice when you are done changing skeds.
11.3
Toggle Outputs
[# Command][5][4]
Use this command to toggle (turn on or off) the outputs programmed by
your alarm company.
These outputs can control devices such as outside lighting, pool pumps,
and watering systems.
•
Press [0][*] to turn all outputs off.
• To select a specific output, enter the output number and press [*]. For
example, press [5][*] to turn Output 5 on or off.
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11.4
Keypad Volume Adjust
[# Command][4][9]
Use this command to adjust the volume of your keypad’s sounder for nonalarm tones. This command does not change the volume for alarm tones.
•
[*]+[1] increases the volume
•
[*]+[4] decreases the volume
11.5
Move to Area
[# Command][5][0]
Use this command to operate the keypad in areas other than its home
area, the area it is assigned to.
To use this command, your system must include more than one area.
Depending on your system programming, your keypad might display an
area icon when you move the keypad from its home area to another area.
This icon appears below the second line of text in the keypad’s display.
Second Floor
OK for All On
AREA 2
Press [# Command] to exit this command and return your keypad to its
home area.
11.6
Set Date and Time
[# Command][4][5]
Use this command to set the system’s date and time.
Enter the date in DD/MM/YY format. The valid range is 00:00 to 23:59.
Enter the time in HH:MM format.
The keypad automatically exits this command after you make the settings.
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Optional Commands
Auto Forward
[# Command][8][2] – Enable Auto Forward
[# Command][8][3] – Auto Forward On Setup
[# Command][8][4] – Auto Forward Off Setup
Auto Forward allows you to forward incoming calls to a telephone
number of your choice after you turn the system All On.
Forwarding incoming calls to another telephone number keeps the
telephone line that is connected to your security system open in case an
emergency occurs that requires your system to contact your ARC.
You must have call forwarding service from your local telephone
company to use this command.
Follow these steps to use Auto Forward:
1. Press [# Command][8][3].
2. Press [Bypass].
You can now enter the telephone number that all incoming calls are
forwarded to when you turn your system All On. Refer to Table 17 for
special keypad key functions.
Table 17: Auto Forward Key Functions
Key
[A]
[B]
[C]
[On]
[Perimeter]
[*]
[#]
3.
4.
5.
Function
Moves the cursor one space to the left.
Deleted the selected digit.
Moves the cursor one space to the right.
Enters a pause. A “p” appears in the sequence.
Enters a flash (on-hook, pause, off-hook). Appears as an “f” in the
sequence.
Performs the function assigned by your phone service provider.
Performs the function assigned by your phone service provider.
Press [Bypass] again after all digits are entered.
Press and hold [# Command] to exit this command.
Press [# Command][8][4].
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6.
Press [Bypass].
You can now enter the telephone number that all incoming calls are
forwarded to when you turn your system off. This number can be the
number for the telephone line that your system is connected to. Refer
to Table 17 on page 33 for special key functions.
7. Press [Bypass] again after all digits are entered.
8. Press and hold [# Command] to exit this command.
9. Press [# Command][8][2] to turn Auto Forward on.
10. Press [# Command] to exit this function.
11.8
Enable Keypad
PIN Entry
Extinguish Mode is a programming option that is set by your alarm
company. If it is programmed, then, after 30 sec of no activity, your
keypad’s display shows one of the following conditions:
• Blank display
• The date and time on the top line, and custom text on the bottom line
Only the Power LED remains on.
Enter your PIN to turn on the keypad’s display.
If your system was turned on or is in alarm, it remains on or in alarm until
you enter your PIN again.
To manually start Extinguish Mode, exit a command and press
[# Command] twice. You are now logged out.
11.9
Remote Program
[# Command][4][3]
Use this command to connect to your alarm company’s PC for remote
programming of your system.
Only use this command when directed by your alarm company.
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12.1
About Your Security System
12.1.1 Overview
Your security system includes a telephone line seizure feature.
Your alarm company can program your system to send reports
over the phone line to an ARC. You cannot use your phone
when the system is sending reports to the ARC.
If the ARC is unable to receive reports, your phone service
might be unavailable for up to 20 min as the system tries to
contact the ARC.
If your phone service is interrupted, your security system
cannot send reports to the ARC unless it has another way of
sending them.
Your security system helps to secure life, property, and investments
against fire, theft, and bodily harm. It might consist of one or more
keypads, door or window sensors, motion sensors, and fire detection
devices. Each device is connected to a control panel.
12.1.2 Limitations
Not even the most advanced security system can guarantee coverage
against burglary, fire, or environmental threats. All security systems are
subject to possible compromise or failure-to-warn for a variety of reasons
including, but not limited to, the following:
• If sirens or horns are placed outside the hearing range of people in
remote areas of the building or in areas that are frequently closed off,
they do not provide the intended protection.
• If intruders gain access through unprotected zones of entry, the
system cannot detect their entrance.
• If intruders have the technical means of bypassing, jamming, or
disconnecting all or part of the system, they cannot be detected.
• If the AC power supply is off and the standby battery is either missing
or dead, detectors cannot detect intrusion.
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•
Smoke detectors cannot detect smoke in chimneys, walls, or roofs, or
smoke blocked by a closed door. They cannot detect smoke or fire on
a level of the building different from the one on which they are
located. Smoke detectors might not be able to warn in time about fires
started by explosions, improper storage of flammables, overloaded
electrical circuits, or other types of hazardous conditions.
• If telephone lines are out of service, reports from the security system
to the central station cannot be sent. Telephone lines are vulnerable to
compromise by several means.
• Inadequate maintenance and failure to test are the most common
causes of alarm failure. Test your system once a week to ensure that
all system components work correctly.
Although having a security system can make you eligible for reduced
insurance premiums, the system is no substitute for insurance. Warning
devices cannot compensate you for loss of life or property.
12.1.3 Fire Safety and Evacuation
Residential fire is a leading cause of accidental death. Most fire related
deaths occur at night when occupants suffocate in their sleep from smoke
and toxic gases, rather than from burns. To help reduce this risk, use the
following guidelines:
• Minimize fire hazards. Smoking in bed, cleaning with flammable
liquids such as gasoline, leaving children home alone, and using
unsafe holiday decorations are some of the common causes of
household fire.
• Install a fire alarm system. The primary purpose of this system is to
alert people by giving the earliest possible warning of danger.
• Install a smoke detector in each sleeping area in a house.
• Practice an escape plan. Because there might be very little time
between detection of a fire and the time it becomes deadly, every
family member must understand how to quickly evacuate according
to the plan.
• Have a primary and alternate escape route. Because stairwells and
hallways could be blocked during a fire, exiting through a bedroom
window must be part of the escape plan. If the sleeping area is above
the ground floor, install a means of safely descending outside the
building if one does not already exist.
• Arrange to meet at a location away from the house, such as a
neighbor’s house, so you know that everyone is accounted for.
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If the alarm was accidentally sounded, silence the bell, reset the
detectors, and immediately notify your alarm company that there is
no emergency situation.
Figure 3: Smoke Detector Locations
= Smoke detector
Install a smoke detector on each level, including basements,
but excluding crawl spaces and unfinished attics.
Locate smoke detectors between sleeping areas and family
living areas.
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12.1.4 Maintenance and Service
This security system requires very little maintenance. However, test the
system weekly to ensure it works correctly. If you notice a change in
operation during normal use or testing, call for service as soon as possible.
Do not attempt to repair the control panel, keypads, or detectors yourself.
Refer to Section 1.0 System Information on page 6 for alarm company name
and contact information.
12.1.5 Power Failure
If the keypad indicates a power failure and you have power in the rest of
your building, there might be a problem with the electrical transformer or
circuit breaker supplying power to the control panel. If it appears to be
damaged in any way, do not attempt to repair it. Call your alarm
company for service.
If the transformer is connected, check the circuit breaker supplying power
to the outlet. If the breaker is tripped, check the appliances on the circuit
for signs of electrical problems. Ensure someone has not intentionally
turned the breaker off. When all is clear, reset the breaker.
12.1.6 How to Clean the Keypad
If your keypad is dirty, apply a household glass cleaner to a clean cloth or
paper towel and wipe the surface. Do not spray any liquid directly onto
the keypad as the liquid could run inside the case and damage electrical
circuits.
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Zone Locations
Use Table 18 to list the building location that each zone in your system
protects. For example, if Zone 1 is located in the kitchen, write “Kitchen”
on the corresponding line in the column labeled “Location.”
Table 18: Zone Locations
Zone
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Location
Zone
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Location
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12.3
Glossary
Alarm
Receiving
Center (ARC):
A facility where trained personnel monitor your
security system 24 hours a day. Your security system
might be programmed to contact the ARC during
alarm conditions, which enables ARC personnel to
dispatch the proper authorities.
All On:
To turn all controlled zones, both interior (motion
detectors) and perimeter (doors and windows).
Area:
An installer-specified collection of zones that can be
independently turned on and off.
Bypass:
To selectively and temporarily remove zones from
the system.
Entry Delay:
A programmed delay of the system alarm responses
that allow you to enter the building through the
entry door to turn your system off. An alarm
response begins if you do not turn the system off
before Entry Delay ends. Your alarm company
programs the Entry Delay time.
Exit Delay:
A programmed delay of the system alarm responses
that allow you to exit after turning the system on. An
alarm response begins if you exit the building after
Exit Delay ends. Your alarm company programs the
Exit Delay time.
Faulted Zone:
A zone that is not normal. For example, an open
door or window.
Force Arming:
A method of overriding the safety feature that
prevents arming with a faulted circuit on a control
panel.
Keyswitch:
A switch activated by a key.
No Entry:
To turn the system on without Entry Delay.
One-Time
PIN:
A One-Time PIN can turn the system off only once.
This PIN is typically given to someone who needs
temporary access to the building, such as a
maintenance crew or a baby-sitter.
Partial On:
To turn on part of the zones in the system. The user
determines Partial On zones.
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Perimeter
Only:
To turn on part of the zones in the system. Your
alarm company determines Perimeter Only zones.
PIN:
A PIN (Personal Identification Number) is a unique
number assigned to each user that identifies him or
her to the system. This number is assigned an
authority level that allows the user to carry out
system functions, such as turning the system on and
off.
Sked:
A scheduling function that allows a selected event to
occur at a specific time, such as turning the system
on or off.
Tamper:
An action that indicates system sabotage, and must
be corrected before the system can be turned on.
Toggle:
To change states; to turn on or off.
Trouble:
A service condition that must be corrected, such as a
broken wire.
Zone:
A detection device or group of devices connected to
your security system. A zone is identified by the area
it monitors, such as a door, window, or hallway.
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Index
A
O
A, B, C Key Operation ..................... 19
Area
All Areas Off .................................. 17
All Areas On .................................. 14
Move to Area ................................. 32
Auto-Forward
Off Setup ....................................... 43
On Setup........................................ 33
Turn On or Off............................... 34
Outputs
Toggle............................................. 31
P
Bypass Zones .................................... 15
Partial On
Select Partial On Zones ............. 14
PIN
Change PIN................................... 25
Delete a User PIN ........................ 27
Enable Installer PIN ..................... 28
Renew One-Time PINs ............... 28
Power Failure ..................................... 38
C
R
Change
PIN................................................... 25
Skeds .............................................. 30
Chime
Select Chime Tone ...................... 29
Select Chime Zone...................... 29
Turn Chime On/Off...................... 30
Remote Program............................... 34
Reset the System.............................. 18
B
D
Date and Time.................................... 32
E
Enable
Installer PIN.................................... 28
Keypad............................................ 34
Extend Auto On Time ....................... 16
F
Fire Safety and Evacuation ............. 36
K
Keypad
A, B, C Key Operation ................ 19
Enable ............................................. 34
Overview ...........................................7
Volume Adjust ............................... 32
L
Logging Out ....................................... 12
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S
Silence Alarms................................... 18
Skeds
All Days Command ...................... 31
Change........................................... 30
System
Logging Out .................................. 12
Status Messages ......................... 12
System Test................................... 20
Turn On with No Entry Delay..... 15
Turn On with No Exit Tone......... 16
Turn the System All On............... 13
Turn the System Off .................... 17
Turn the System Partial On........ 14
Turn the System Perimeter Only
On............................................... 13
View System Troubles ................ 22
T
Telephone Line Seizure ................... 35
Test
System Test................................... 20
Walk Test....................................... 20
U
Unbypass Zones ............................... 15
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View
Alarm Memory............................... 22
Faulted Zones............................... 21
History Log.....................................23
Zone Troubles ...............................21
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