740 LED User Guide
System Setup
Access Card
Your system may have a built-in proximity card reader or an external
proximity card reader. When your access card is presented to the proximity
reader as shown below, your user code is read by the system just like you
would enter it on the keypad. For any system operation that requires
entering a user code, the access card may be used.
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Important Information About Your System
Your system is monitored by a central station.
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❐ No
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C/S Name: __________________________________________________
Address: ___________________________________________________
City/State: __________________________________________________
743
READY
TRBL
POWER
ARMED
1
2
3
4
STAY
INSTANT
STAY
1
INSTANT
BYPASS
2
3
AB C
5
6
MN O
9
PQ
R
0
CODE
OR
4
G H I
DEF
JKL
8
7
ST U
SPECIAL
VW X
external
proximity
reader
Emergency Phone: ___________________________________________
Service Phone: ______________________________________________
COM MA ND
YZ
Service Manager: ____________________________________________
Relay Output
Below is the type of device controlled by the relay output on your system.
DOOR STRIKE
Present your card to the reader. Once the user code is validated by the
system, the Door Strike relay activates. The relay activates for 10 seconds
during which time you can open the door.
ARMING AND DISARMING
Present your card to the reader. Once the user code is validated by the
system, all areas arm or disarm automatically and the Door Strike relay
activates.
ENTRY DELAY
Once the protected door is opened and the entry delay starts, present your
card to the reader. Once the user code is validated, the system disarms all
areas and activates the Door Strike relay.
2-Button Panic Keys
If your system has a label showing a Badge under the first and second left
top row keys, the optional Burglary Panic key function has been enabled.
Zones
Below is a list of protection devices on each of the zones in your system.
01. _________________________ 03. ____________________________
02. _________________________ 04. ____________________________
User Codes
Your system provides up to 8 user codes. Each code is made up of 3 parts:
The User Number is how the system identifies a user.
The User Code is the 4-digit number a user enters into the keypad to arm
and disarm the system or to perform other system operations.
User Level - There are 3 user levels; 1 Standard level and 2 Master levels.
A Standard level user can perform all user functions except adding,
deleting, or changing other user codes. In addition, a Standard level user is
allowed to change their own code. User 07 is a Master level that can
perform all user functions including adding, deleting and changing user
codes 01 through 07. User 08 Master level can perform all user functions
including adding, deleting and changing all user codes (01-08). Users 01
through 06 are always Standard level. Users 07 and 08 are always Master
level.
User
If your system has a label showing a Flame under the third and fourth top
row keys, the optional Fire Panic key function has been enabled.
By pressing the two keys over the icon, and holding them down for at least 2
seconds, the system will send either a Panic (Badge) or a Fire (Flame)
report to the supervising alarm panel. The keypad beeps to confirm the
Panic entry.
User Name
Level
01
Standard
02
Standard
03
Standard
04
Standard
05
Standard
06
Standard
07
Master (01-07)
08
Master (01-08)
The SC Series Keypad
Welcome
Congratulations on your decision to purchase a Security Command
system. The new Security Command, from one of America’s leading
security manufacturers, is quickly setting the standard for residential
and commercial burglary/fire protection. You can look forward to years
of superior service and system flexibility as your protection needs
change.
Easy to Use
As powerful as your system is, it’s also one of the easiest to use.
Whether you want to turn the system on or off, or set it to chime when
a door is opened, all you have to do is press a few keys on the Security
Command keypad. Each keypad contains a keyboard with easy to
read lettering that also lights up as you use it and 10 indicator lights
that tell you everything from whether a window is open to which areas
of the system are armed. There’s also an internal alert sounder that
gently chimes to remind you to turn the system off or that indicates
someone just entered a door.
Please Take a Moment
To learn the full range of features of your new system, we encourage
you to read through this User’s Guide thoroughly. On the back we’ve
included a System Setup section where the installer can fill in the
programmed information about your system and where you, as your
comfort with the system increases, can track any additional changes
you should make.
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Your Security Command Keypad
ARMED
STAY
ZONES 1 TO 4
READY
TROUBLE
READY
TRBL
POWER
ARMED
1
2
3
POWER
FUNCTION KEYS
STAY
1
INSTANT
INSTANT
BYPASS
CODE
2
3
4
A BC
6
5
MN O
9
GHI
DEF
PQ R
0
Arming the system
Bypassing a Zone
When the READY light is on, enter your own user code in place of
(your code):
Bypassing means the system ignores events that occur on the zone. You
can bypass a disarmed zone, such as a patio door, so it can be used while
the rest of the Perimeter protection is turned on. Use 2-digit zone numbers;
example: 01, 02, 03. Zone 4 is a 24 hour zone and cannot be manually
bypassed.
BYPASS + (your code) + (zone) Bypasses the zone.
If already bypassed, the zone will
unbypass.
4
STAY
INSTANT
8
7
STU
SPECIAL
(your code) or
Arms all areas.
COMMAND + 1 or
Arms all areas.
STAY
Arms only the Perimeter.
NUMBER KEYS
JKL
VW X
COMMAND
YZ
Pulse - 1 second on, 1 second off
Flash - 1/2 second on, 1/2 second off
You can press the INSTANT key before starting the arming sequence or
after (while the READY light is pulsing) to arm the system without any exit or
entry delays.
You may force arm the system while one of your burglary protection zones
is faulted (front door open). Simply continue to hold the last key press down
for 2 seconds; the keypad will beep once. When the zone returns to a
normal condition (door closes), it becomes part of the armed system again.
Rapid Flash - 1/4 second on, 1/4 second off
Wink - 1/4 second on, 1 3/4 seconds off
Disarming the system
On when the system is ready to be armed.
Off when the system is armed or a burglary zone is faulted.
(your code)
BUILT-IN ALERT
SPECIAL KEY
COMMAND KEY
How the lights operate
READY
Rapid Flash when an alarm has occurred and the system is
disarmed.
TROUBLE Off when the system is operating correctly.
Pulse when the system is unable to send a report to the
supervising panel.
POWER
ARMED
Off when Perimeter and Interior are off.
Rapid Flash when an alarm has occurred and the system is
armed.
STAY
Pulse during exit delay after you’ve armed the system.
On when the Perimeter only is armed.
INSTANT
Off when all areas are armed or disarmed.
On when the system is instant armed with no entry delay.
Off when the system is armed with entry/exit delays or is
disarmed.
ZONE
On when the zone is disarmed and faulted.
Off when the zone is normal.
Rapid Flash means a zone alarm. This flashes until the zone is
disarmed and a user code is entered a second time.
Wink when the zone is bypassed.
Pulse when the zone is in a trouble or zone monitor condition.
Resetting Sensors
Use this function to reset smoke detectors after an alarm when the fire zone
light is flashing in alarm memory.
(your code) or
The system resets the smoke detectors and
stops the flashing light if the zone restores
COMMAND + 4 + 7
to normal.
Note: Your system may not be configured
for Zone 4 as a Fire zone.
When the ARMED light is on, enter:
Disarms all areas. You can enter your code
again to clear any zone alarm memory
(lights that are flashing rapidly).
Disarming during an alarm
When the ARMED light is on and a zone is in alarm, enter:
(your code)
Silences the alarm and disarms the system.
Enter again to clear any zone alarm
memory (lights that are flashing rapidly).
Burglary zone alarm lights clear
automatically after a few minutes.
On when main power is okay.
Off when main power is disconnected.
Pulse during low battery.
On when Perimeter or Interior are armed.
Security Command Functions
Arming and Disarming Your System
Easy Exit
This function allows you to exit while the Perimeter is armed.
BYPASS or
Restarts the exit delay. Perimeter arms at
COMMAND + 9
expiration of the exit delay or at second
press of BYPASS key.
Testing the System
It’s good practice to test your system at least once each week. This assures
you that the system is working correctly and identifies any potential
problems.
COMMAND + 4 + 1
The bell rings and the internal speaker
beeps for 1 second.
Monitoring Zones
You can monitor zones in the system so that the keypad emits a short door
bell tone any time that zone is faulted. Use 2-digit zone numbers; example:
01, 02, 03.
COMMAND + 6 + (your code) + (zone) Monitors this zone only.
COMMAND + 6 + (your code) + STAY
Monitors all Perimeter zones.
COMMAND + 6 + (your code) + SPECIALMonitors Perimeter/Interior
zones.
Repeat to remove a zone from
monitor mode.
User Codes
Built-in Alert Operation
How the Alert tone operates
Burglary Siren
Fire Siren
Steady Tone
A burglary alarm condition on zones 1, 2, or 3.
A fire alarm condition on zone 4.
A trouble condition on the system or a fire zone.
Pressing any key silences a steady alert tone.
1 Short Beep
4 Short Beeps
Each time a valid function is entered.
When an incorrect value is entered.
This function allows a user (01-08) to add, change, or delete a user code
from the system.
CODE + (your code) + # # + C C C C Adds or changes a user code
CODE + (your code) + # # + 0 0 0 0
Deletes a user code
## = 2-digit user number 0 = Enter four zeroes C = New user code
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