Myalarm V-LED1 Owner`s manual

Myalarm V-LED1 Owner`s manual
Control & Security System
Includes the SIA CP-01 Control Panel Standard
Features for False Alarm Reduction
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Owner’s Manual
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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
• Read and understand all instructions. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
• Do not use this product near water - e.g., near a tub, wash basin, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement,
or near a swimming pool.
• Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings, as they may touch dangerous voltages.
• Never install communications wiring or components during a lightning storm.
•
use in wet locations.
• Never touch uninsulated wires or terminals unless the wiring has been disconnected at the network interface.
• Use caution when installing or modifying communications wiring or components.
• SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Contents
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................... 1
Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) Listing .......................................................................................................................................... 1
OVERALL DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................... 2
Console Operation ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Normal Top-Level Display ............................................................................................................................................................... 3
Display Menus .................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
Main Menu ................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Enable or Disable Console Beeper Locally at the Console.......................................................................................................... 4
Error Beeps .................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Trouble Beeps .............................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Confirmation Beep ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Cancel........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Time Out ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Areas ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
OmniPro II Maintenance ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
SECURITY SYSTEM OPERATION ........................................................................................................... 6
Disarming the Security System and Silencing Alarms ..................................................................................................................... 6
Arming the Security System ............................................................................................................................................................. 6
Using Shortcut Keys ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Quick Arm ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
What Happens When You Arm the Security System ....................................................................................................................... 8
Exit Error ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Bypassing Zones ............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Auto-Bypass ................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Restoring Zones ................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
What To Do When You Come Home ............................................................................................................................................. 10
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What Happens When the Alarm is Activated ................................................................................................................................. 10
Burglar Alarm Activated ............................................................................................................................................................ 10
Fire Alarm Activated ................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Gas Alarm Activated .................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Emergency Keys ............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Police Emergency ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Fire Emergency .......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Auxiliary Emergency ................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Duress Code Entered or Duress Alarm Activated ........................................................................................................................... 12
Alarm Reset ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Alarm Cancel .................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Trouble Indications ......................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Codes ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Master Code ............................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Manager Code ............................................................................................................................................................................ 14
User Code ................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Duress Code .................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Panic Switches ................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Area Arming .................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Testing Your System ....................................................................................................................................................................... 16
CONTROL .................................................................................................................................................... 17
Control Commands.......................................................................................................................................................................... 17
About UPB ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC) Format ................................................................................................................................... 18
About Rooms.............................................................................................................................................................................. 18
About Room Controllers ............................................................................................................................................................ 18
Room Controller LED Indicators ............................................................................................................................................... 18
About House Controllers ............................................................................................................................................................ 19
About Vizia RF Z-Wave ................................................................................................................................................................. 19
Vizia RF Z-Wave Format ........................................................................................................................................................... 19
About CentraLite ............................................................................................................................................................................. 20
About Lutron RadioRA ................................................................................................................................................................... 20
About ALC ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
ALC Module Types .................................................................................................................................................................... 21
About X-10 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
House Codes .................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Unit Numbers .................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
Scrolling Through Names ............................................................................................................................................................... 23
Controlling Units ............................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Controlling a Room of HLC Lighting ........................................................................................................................................ 23
Configuring Lighting Scenes in an HLC Room ..................................................................................................................... 23
Controlling Individual Lighting Loads in an HLC Room or UPB Units ............................................................................... 24
Controlling Vizia RF Z-Wave .................................................................................................................................................... 24
Controlling a Room of Vizia RF Z-Wave Lighting ............................................................................................................... 24
Controlling Individual Lighting Loads in an Vizia RF Z-Wave Room ................................................................................. 25
Controlling CentraLite Units ...................................................................................................................................................... 25
Controlling RadioRA Units ........................................................................................................................................................ 26
Controlling ALC or X-10 Units ................................................................................................................................................. 26
Ramp Command (ALC) ......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Controlling Compose Units ........................................................................................................................................................ 27
Scene Command (Compose) .................................................................................................................................................. 27
Timed Commands ........................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Status of a Unit ................................................................................................................................................................................ 28
Controlling Outputs ......................................................................................................................................................................... 29
All On / Off ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
All Lights On .............................................................................................................................................................................. 29
All Off ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Leviton Scene Control ..................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Scene .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Scene Commands ................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Scene Set Command............................................................................................................................................................... 30
Scene On Command ............................................................................................................................................................... 30
Scene Off Command .............................................................................................................................................................. 31
UPB Links .................................................................................................................................................................................. 31
Activating and Deactivating Links ......................................................................................................................................... 31
Setting a Link (Lighting Scenes) ............................................................................................................................................ 31
Executing Phantom Buttons ....................................................................................................................................................... 32
Executing CentraLite Scenes ..................................................................................................................................................... 32
Buttons............................................................................................................................................................................................. 33
Temperature Control ....................................................................................................................................................................... 33
LEVITON RC-Series Thermostats ................................................................................................................................................. 34
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Internal Flags ................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Programmable Energy Saver Modules (PESMs) ............................................................................................................................ 35
Freeze Alarms ............................................................................................................................................................................ 37
Indoor and Outdoor Temperature .............................................................................................................................................. 37
Outdoor Temperature ................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Temperature Control of Appliances ........................................................................................................................................... 38
Temperature Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................................ 38
Humidity ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Status ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Configuring HLC Devices ......................................................................................................................................................... 39
Configuring HLC Devices using an Omni Console ............................................................................................................... 39
Configuring HLC Devices using an OmniTouch Touchscreen ............................................................................................. 40
Setup Mode for HLC Devices .................................................................................................................................................... 40
Event Log ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
Show Events ............................................................................................................................................................................... 43
Messages ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Record Memo Message .............................................................................................................................................................. 44
Play Memo Message .................................................................................................................................................................. 44
Clear Text Messages .................................................................................................................................................................. 44
Message ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Show Message ........................................................................................................................................................................ 45
Log Message .......................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Clear Message ........................................................................................................................................................................ 45
Say Message ........................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Phone Message ....................................................................................................................................................................... 45
Send Message (Pro-Link) ....................................................................................................................................................... 46
TELEPHONE CONTROL .......................................................................................................................... 47
Telephone Interface ......................................................................................................................................................................... 47
In-House Phones ............................................................................................................................................................................. 47
Remote Phones ................................................................................................................................................................................ 47
Phone Access Denied - Remote Lockout ........................................................................................................................................ 48
Alternate Method ............................................................................................................................................................................ 48
Main Menu ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
1 - Control ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
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2 - Security ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
GOTO Area ................................................................................................................................................................................ 49
3 - Button ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
4 - All .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 49
5 - Temperature ............................................................................................................................................................................... 49
6 - Status .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 50
7 - Events ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 50
8 - Message ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 51
Playing and Recording a Message ............................................................................................................................................. 51
Paging and Listening .................................................................................................................................................................. 51
Playing and Recording a Custom Phrase ................................................................................................................................... 51
Playing and Recording the Address ........................................................................................................................................... 52
9 - Good-Bye ................................................................................................................................................................................... 52
Panic Button over the Phone (# # # # # #) ...................................................................................................................................... 52
Emergency Dial-Out ....................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Digital Dialer ................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Voice Dialer .................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
How the OmniPro II Voice Dialer Works .................................................................................................................................. 53
What the OmniPro II Voice Dialer Does ................................................................................................................................... 53
What You Hear - If Your OmniPro II Calls You ....................................................................................................................... 54
Entering the Code ....................................................................................................................................................................... 54
PC Access ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 54
Built-In Ethernet Port ...................................................................................................................................................................... 55
Controller IP Address, Port Number, and Encryption Key ............................................................................................................. 55
OmniPro II Ethernet Connections ................................................................................................................................................... 55
Connecting to Network via PC Access ........................................................................................................................................... 55
Dynamic DNS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 56
SETUP............................................................................................................................................................ 58
Configuration and Advanced Control Programming (ACP) ........................................................................................................... 58
Set Up Codes ................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Authority Level .......................................................................................................................................................................... 58
1 = Master................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
2 = Manager ............................................................................................................................................................................... 58
3 = User ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Access Areas .............................................................................................................................................................................. 59
Duress Code ............................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Set Up Time..................................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Edit Programs When ....................................................................................................................................................................... 63
Times Programs.......................................................................................................................................................................... 63
Button and Event Programs ............................................................................................................................................................. 64
Control Unit / Switch Press Event Buttons ............................................................................................................................... 64
Security Mode Event Buttons .................................................................................................................................................... 65
Zone Event Buttons .................................................................................................................................................................... 66
All On/Off Event Buttons .......................................................................................................................................................... 66
UPB Link Event Buttons ........................................................................................................................................................ 66
Alarm Event Buttons .................................................................................................................................................................. 67
X-10 Event Buttons .................................................................................................................................................................... 67
Miscellaneous Event Buttons ..................................................................................................................................................... 67
Message Event Buttons (Pro-Link) ............................................................................................................................................ 68
Switch Press Event Buttons (CentraLite) ................................................................................................................................... 68
Edit Program Command .................................................................................................................................................................. 69
Program Control Commands ...................................................................................................................................................... 69
Unit Toggle Command ........................................................................................................................................................... 70
UPB Blink Command............................................................................................................................................................. 70
Timed Level Command .......................................................................................................................................................... 70
Program Security Commands..................................................................................................................................................... 70
Program Button Commands ....................................................................................................................................................... 71
Program All On / All Off Commands ........................................................................................................................................ 71
Program Video Commands ........................................................................................................................................................ 71
Program Temperature Commands ............................................................................................................................................. 71
Raise or Lower Temperature Command ................................................................................................................................ 71
Program Energy Cost ................................................................................................................................................................. 71
Program Message Commands .................................................................................................................................................... 72
Display Message without Beeping / Without Beeping or Flashing the LED ......................................................................... 72
Beep Command .......................................................................................................................................................................... 72
Enable or Disable Beeper Programmatically ............................................................................................................................. 72
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Advanced Control Programming (ACP) ......................................................................................................................................... 60
1 = Add Programs ...................................................................................................................................................................... 61
2 = Show Programs .................................................................................................................................................................... 61
3 = Delete All Programs ............................................................................................................................................................. 62
Edit Programs .................................................................................................................................................................................. 62
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Edit Program Condition .................................................................................................................................................................. 73
Program Control Conditions ...................................................................................................................................................... 73
Program Security Mode Conditions ........................................................................................................................................... 73
Program Zone Conditions .......................................................................................................................................................... 73
Program Time Clock Conditions ............................................................................................................................................... 74
Program Other Conditions ......................................................................................................................................................... 74
Set Up Dial ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Telephone Access ...................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Answer Outside Call .................................................................................................................................................................. 75
Remote Commands .................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Rings Before Answer ................................................................................................................................................................. 75
Dial Type .................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
My Phone Number ..................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Dial Out Number 1 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 76
Dial Out Numbers 2-8 ................................................................................................................................................................ 76
Dial Order .................................................................................................................................................................................. 76
Set Up Arming ................................................................................................................................................................................ 77
Entry Delay ................................................................................................................................................................................ 77
Exit Delay .................................................................................................................................................................................. 77
Exit Time Restart ................................................................................................................................................................... 77
Unvacated Premises ............................................................................................................................................................... 77
Entry/Exit Chime ....................................................................................................................................................................... 78
Perimeter Chime ........................................................................................................................................................................ 78
Enable Quick Arm ..................................................................................................................................................................... 78
Enable Auto Bypass ................................................................................................................................................................... 78
All On For Alarm ....................................................................................................................................................................... 78
Beep On Trouble ........................................................................................................................................................................ 78
Set up Miscellaneous ....................................................................................................................................................................... 79
High Security Mode ................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Announce Alarms ...................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Enable Freeze Alarm .................................................................................................................................................................. 79
Flash For Alarm ......................................................................................................................................................................... 79
Console 1-16 Audible Exit Delay .............................................................................................................................................. 79
House Codes 1-16 Format .......................................................................................................................................................... 80
House Codes 1-16 All Off ......................................................................................................................................................... 80
House Codes 1-16 All On .......................................................................................................................................................... 80
Time Clocks ............................................................................................................................................................................... 81
Latitude, Longitude, and Time Zone ......................................................................................................................................... 81
Daylight Savings ........................................................................................................................................................................ 82
Controller IP Address ................................................................................................................................................................. 83
Controller Port Number ............................................................................................................................................................. 83
Encryption Key .......................................................................................................................................................................... 83
Set Up Names .................................................................................................................................................................................. 84
Set Up Voice ................................................................................................................................................................................... 84
Set Up Address ................................................................................................................................................................................ 85
AUDIO CONTROL ...................................................................................................................................... 86
Changing Audio Source .................................................................................................................................................................. 86
Changing Audio Zone ..................................................................................................................................................................... 86
Configuring Source and Zone Names ............................................................................................................................................. 86
Programming Audio Commands ..................................................................................................................................................... 87
Example Programming of Audio Commands ................................................................................................................................. 87
Table 1 - Audio Commands ............................................................................................................................................................ 88
UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES REQUIREMENTS ................................................................... 89
FIRE ESCAPE PLANNING ........................................................................................................................................................... 89
FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION NOTICE: ................................................................. 90
CANADIAN INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE .......................................................................................... 91
APPENDIX A - DIAL OUT PLANNER..................................................................................................... 92
INSTRUCTIONS TO CALLED PARTY ....................................................................................................................................... 93
APPENDIX B - TEXT DESCRIPTION CHARACTER CODES............................................................ 94
APPENDIX C - VOICE DESCRIPTION CODES .................................................................................... 95
NOTES ON CUSTOM PHRASES ................................................................................................................................................. 98
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APPENDIX D – FIRMWARE UPDATES ................................................................................................. 99
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing your new OmniPro II automation system. You are about to enjoy a new feeling of security, comfort,
convenience, and control. OmniPro II coordinates lighting, heating and air, security, scenes, and messages based on your lifestyle
and schedule.
Please take a few moments to become familiar with all of the features of your system by reviewing this manual. Please keep this
manual on file for future reference.
It is recommended that you also review the installation and operating instructions provided with your smoke and gas detectors (if
used in your system). If you do not have a copy of these documents, ask your installer - See Underwriter's Laboratories
Requirements.
In the event that there are any questions, please call your installer first. If you need assistance directly from the manufacturer, call
us at (504) 736-9810, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Central Time, Monday-Friday. We will be happy to assist you.
When calling, please have the model and serial number of your unit, which can be found on the inside of the controller.
For your convenience, we suggest that you record this information:
MODEL NUMBER:
________________________
SERIAL NUMBER:
________________________
Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) Listing
The 20A00-2, -5, and -22 OmniPro II controllers and consoles have been tested and Listed by UL for the following applications:
•
UL 985 - Household Fire Warning System Units
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UL 1023 - Household Burglar Alarm System Units
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UL 365 - Police Station Connected Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
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UL 609 - Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems
•
UL 1610 - Central Station Burglar Alarm Units
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The 20A00-5 OmniPro II controller has also been tested and Listed by UL for the following applications:
In a UL Listed Installation, failure to operate and program the system as described in this manual is a violation of the Listing
Mark.
See Underwriter's Laboratories Requirements for more information.
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OVERALL DESCRIPTION
Console Operation
The console is designed with everything that is necessary for you to program and operate your OmniPro II control and security
system. Because we feel that it is very important for you to feel comfortable with the operation of your OmniPro II, we
recommend that you start by becoming familiar with your console.
The OFF (1), DAY (2), NIGHT (3), and AWAY (4) keys are called shortcut keys. This means that you may press these keys to
go directly to that function without having to go into one of the "hidden" menus.
OMNI
CONTROL
SECURITY
BUTTONS
ALL
TEMP
STATUS
EVENTS
MESSAGE
SETUP
POL
FIRE

CANCEL
AUX
MENU
1- ' OFF '
The ' OFF ' key is used to disarm (deactivate) the security system, reset emergency alarms, and silence all sirens and sounders.
The ' DAY ' key is used to arm the security system in the Day mode. In the Day mode, the perimeter zones (doors and windows)
are protected, however, the interior zones are not armed so that you may move about freely inside. In this mode, there is an entry
delay on entry-exit zones.
3- ' NIGHT '
The ' NIGHT ' key is used to arm the security system in the Night mode. In the Night mode, the doors, windows, and nonsleeping area motion detectors are armed. In this mode, there is no entry delay so the alarm will be activated immediately if any
zone is violated.
4- ' AWAY '
The ' AWAY ' key is used to arm the security system in the Away mode. In the Away mode, all zones (doors, windows, motions,
etc.) are armed. There is an entry delay on entry-exit zones, so that you can disarm the system when you return through the door.
5- Down Arrow
The Down Arrow key is used to scroll through menus and lists. The down arrow is used to scroll down the list from first to last
(for example, when the first program is being displayed, pressing the down arrow will cause the next program to be displayed).
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2- ' DAY '
6- UP ARROW
The Up Arrow key is used to scroll through menus and lists. The Up Arrow is used to scroll back through a list (for example, if
you have already used the down arrow to scroll to an item, the Up Arrow will bring you back to a previous item).
7- CONSOLE LED
The Console LED is used to indicate whether the security system is currently armed or disarmed. If armed in any security mode,
the LED is set to red. If the system is disarmed, the LED is set to green. The LED flashes when a Message is displayed.
8- CONSOLE DISPLAY
The Console Display is used to show the current security mode and to give useful information that will guide you through normal
operations of your OmniPro II control and security system.
9- CONSOLE KEYPAD
The Console Keypad is used to enter user codes for arming, disarming, bypassing, and restoring zones. In some cases, the keys
(0-9) are assigned to different functions. From the top-level display, each key functions as a menu choice.
10- CONSOLE BEEPER
The Console Beeper is used to confirm a keystroke, alert user of errors and troubles, and sound upon entry and exit delays.
11- ' * ' KEY
The ' * ' Key is used to cancel and return the display to the previous menu. When you are entering a number, ' * ' will cancel the
previously entered digits and will prompt you to reenter the number.
12- ' # ' KEY
The ' # ' Key is used to enter or confirm a selection. It may also be used to display a menu or to offer you additional choices.
Normal Top-Level Display
In its normal state, the console display will show the day, date, and time on the top line, and the system status on the bottom line.
If all doors, windows, sensors, etc. are closed, no zones are bypassed, and if there are no troubles, the bottom line will show
"SYSTEM OK" as seen below:
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SYSTEM OK
If one of the doors, windows, motion, or other detector connected to the OmniPro II is open, or has detected motion, the bottom
line of the display will say, "ZONE NAME NOT RDY".
For example, the display will show, "FRONT DOOR NOT RDY".
If the zone name has not been entered during set up, the display will give the zone number and zone type. This display will
remain for 2 seconds, then the next zone not ready, in trouble, or bypassed will be displayed.
Display Menus
The system has been designed to be easy to operate. Whenever you press a key on the console, the top line of the display will
indicate what you are doing. To the right of that is your selection or current setting. The bottom line will show a menu of your
next options. To the lower right corner of the display is the direction arrow(s). Where possible, the up (↑), down (↓), and twoheaded (↕) arrow characters are shown on the console display to indicate which arrow keys may be pressed at that time.
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When using the arrow keys to scroll through lists of areas, buttons, codes, temperature zones, units, or zones, only the named
items are displayed. If no text description has been given to an item, it will be skipped over when scrolling through that list. You
can still enter any item number to access it directly, and then scroll up and down among the named items. To look at another
specific item, simply enter the item number followed by the Down Arrow key.
In some cases, the keypad keys (0-9, *, #) are assigned to different functions or menus. A key assignment is indicated by the
character key directly in front of the new function on the bottom line of the display. For example, if the bottom line says,
"2=DELETE", you may press the 2 key to delete. From the top-level display, each key functions as a menu choice. Simply press
the appropriate key and you will enter that menu.
Main Menu
The main menu is entered from the top-level display by pressing the ' # ' key. This menu displays all of the functions that you can
perform from the console. It is not necessary to display the main menu before selecting a function if the number for the desired
menu item is known. The following menu choices are available:
1=CONTROL
3=BUTTON
2=SECURITY
↓
4=ALL
5=TEMP
7=EVENTS
6=STATUS
8=MESSAGE
↕
9=SETUP
↑
Menu 1 - Selects Control functions for controlling lights and appliances.
Menu 2 - Selects Security functions (arming, disarming, bypassing, and restoring).
Menu 3 - Allows a Button (macro) to be activated.
Menu 4 - Selects All Lights On / All Units Off commands and Leviton Scene Control commands.
Menu 5 - Allows Temperature control for Thermostats and Energy Saver Modules.
Menu 6 - Allows various status items to be displayed.
Menu 7 - Allows you to view an event log of security "happenings".
Menu 8 - Allows you to play, record, show, log, clear, say, or phone a message.
Enable or Disable Console Beeper Locally at the Console
From the top-level display or from the main menu, press the “0” key on the console keypad.
CONSOLE BEEP:
0=OFF 1=ON
Press 0 to disable the beeper at the respective console. Press 1 to enable the beeper at the respective console.
Error Beeps
If you press a key that is invalid for the function that you are doing, the console will beep 3 times, indicating that it is not a valid
option. Look at the bottom line of the display to see what keys you can press next.
Trouble Beeps
The OmniPro II constantly checks the entire system for proper operation. If trouble is found, the trouble is displayed on the
bottom line and the console will beep at the rate of two beeps per second to alert you to the trouble. This feature can be turned off
if desired - See Set Up Arming, Beep On Trouble.
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Menu 9 - Allows you to enter setup mode for different operating configurations.
To silence “Trouble Beeps”, press the ' * ' key.
For more information, see Trouble Indications.
Confirmation Beep
When you have successfully completed a function, such as entering a program or changing a setup item, the console will beep
once.
Cancel
If you are ever unsure and wish to return to the top-level display, press the ' * ' key. You may have to press it more than once,
depending on how far into the function (menu) you are. Each time you cancel out of an operation, the console will beep once to
indicate that you have canceled.
The ' * ' key can also be used if you make a mistake while entering a number. For example, if you enter a 2 when you meant to
enter a 3, press the ' * ' key to start over.
Time Out
If you are called away from the console for any reason (to take a phone call, for instance) while you are engaged in an operation,
the console will "time out" and cancel it for you after 3 minutes. The display will return to the normal top-level display.
Areas
If there is an area or a separate building that needs to be protected, your installer can divide your OmniPro II system into two
independent security systems: Area 1 through Area 8 (up to 8 Areas). Each area has complete access to all of the capabilities of
the OmniPro II, yet the OmniPro II can protect each area individually.
You may decide to use the Area feature if you have a guesthouse or workshop that you would like to have protected separately
from your home, or maybe you have a business and would like to protect an inventory stockroom separately from the offices in
your building.
The console in each area acts as if it were controlling its own OmniPro II system. Each area is assigned, by your installer, a
console, a group of zones, control units, macro buttons, messages, and thermostats. These items can only be controlled where
they have been assigned.
OmniPro II Maintenance
Your OmniPro II controller and the consoles are designed to require very little maintenance.
Consoles can be cleaned using a mild detergent and a soft cloth.
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For smoke detectors, motion detectors, and other components not manufactured by LEVITON and follow maintenance
procedures outlined by the manufacturer.
Every three years, or if the "BATTERY LOW TROUBLE NOW" indication comes on and stays on for an extended period
without reason, the rechargeable battery in the controller should be replaced. The recommended battery type is a 12-volt, 7 amphour sealed lead-acid battery.
To replace the battery, disconnect the red battery wire from the battery (+) terminal. Cover the connector at the end of the wire
with electrical tape to avoid its touching anything in the enclosure. Disconnect the black wire from the battery (-) terminal and
cover the connector at the end of the black wire with tape. Remove the old battery. Install the new battery by reversing the
removal procedure. Be very careful to connect the Black wire to the (-) terminal on the battery; Red wire to the (+) terminal.
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SECURITY SYSTEM OPERATION
Disarming the Security System and Silencing Alarms
Before going any further, you should know how to disarm your security system in the event that the alarm sounds. Turning the
system OFF disarms the burglar alarm, resets emergency alarms, and silences all sirens and sounders.
Press the OFF key.
OFF
Watch the display.
The top line will read "DISARM" - The bottom line will read "ENTER CODE", indicating that you must enter your code number
to disarm the system. For each digit that you press, an "X" will appear indicating that the key has been pressed.
Now enter your four-digit code.
1
1
1
1
That's all there is to it!
After the four-digit code has been successfully entered, the console will beep once to indicate that you have correctly disarmed
the system. The console LED will be set to green and the display will return to the normal top-level system display.
If an incorrect code is entered, the console will beep three times and display
*** INVALID CODE ***
Re-enter your code.
In the event that you make a mistake, press the OFF key again, and then enter your four-digit again.
Practice disarming your system until you are comfortable with this procedure.
NOTES:

Panic, Tamper, and Fire zones are always armed, as are the Emergency buttons on the console.

In the event that the alarm has been activated, the menu keys and the arrow keys are locked out. You must silence the alarm
using the OFF, DAY, NIGHT, or AWAY keys.
Now that you know how to disarm the system, here's how to arm the security system. The security menu is used to arm and
disarm the security system. To enter the security menu, from the top-level display, press the 2 key on the console keypad. The
console should display:
0=OFF
3=AWAY
1=DAY
2=NIGHT
↓
4=VACATION
5=DAY INST
8=BYPASS
6=NIGHT DLY
9=RESTORE ↑
0 = OFF
The OFF key disarms the security system, resets the fire and emergency alarms, and silences all sirens and sounders.
1 = DAY
The DAY mode is intended for use when someone will occupy the house or business that is being protected. In the Day mode,
the perimeter zones (doors and windows) are armed; however, interior motion detectors and interior traps are not armed so that
you may move about freely inside. In the Day mode, there will be an Entry Delay on the Entry-Exit zone, so that someone
arriving can turn off the alarm before it sounds.
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Arming the Security System
2 = NIGHT
The NIGHT mode is used when you are asleep and everyone in your household is at home. In the Night mode, your doors,
windows, and non-sleeping area (i.e. downstairs) motion detectors are armed. In the Night mode, there is no entry delay. The
alarm system sounder will be activated immediately if any door, window, or non-sleeping area (motion detector) is tripped.
3 = AWAY
Use the AWAY mode when you leave your house and no one is home. All doors, windows, and motion detectors are armed. All
zones have an Exit Delay so that you will have time to leave and close the door after you arm the system. The system will be
fully armed after the Exit Delay. There is an Entry Delay on the Entry-Exit zones in the Away mode, so that you will have time
to turn the system off when you return through your door.
Note that the Entry Delay only applies if you come in through an Entry-Exit zone. If someone attempts to climb into a window,
or if an interior zone is tripped before the Entry-Exit zone, the alarm will be activated immediately. If you do enter through an
Entry-Exit zone first, then the other zones are disabled during the Entry Delay, in case you have to cross through another zone to
get to your console (an interior motion detector, for example).
4 = VACATION
This mode arms all doors, windows, and interior motion detectors (same as Away mode). There is an Entry Delay on the EntryExit zones. Use this mode when you are leaving for a period of days.
5 = DAY INST (DAY INSTANT)
Functions same as Day mode, however, there is no Entry Delay on any of the security zones. There will be an instant alarm if any
of the zones are violated while in this mode.
6 = NIGHT DLY (NIGHT DELAY)
Functions same as Night mode, however, there is an Entry Delay on the Entry-Exit zones. Use this mode if you are going to sleep
but a family member is expected home at a later time.
Using Shortcut Keys
There are three shortcut keys on the console to arm the system in the Day, Night, and Away security modes, and Off to disarm,
without having to go into the security menu.
From the top-level display, press one of the shortcut security keys. Enter your code number on the console keypad.
The programmed Entry Delay is __________ seconds.
The programmed Exit Delay is __________ seconds.
Quick Arm
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The console will beep once and the console LED will be set to red. The top line will display the security mode to indicate that
you have correctly armed the system. The system will be fully armed after the Exit Delay expires.
For extra convenience, the OmniPro II can be armed by simply pressing the DAY, NIGHT, or AWAY button twice, eliminating
the need to enter the code.
To quick arm the system in the Away mode, from the top-level display, press:
AWAY
AWAY
The quick arm feature only works if the alarm system is in the Off mode, and if no alarms are sounding. This feature is disabled
when the system is shipped. If desired, it can be enabled or disabled at any time - See Set Up Arming, Enable Quick Arm.
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What Happens When You Arm the Security System
To arm the system into one of the 6 security modes, from the security menu, choose the security mode and press the appropriate
key (1 - 6), and then enter your user code number on the console keypad or use one of the Shortcut Keys as described.
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The console will beep once and the console LED will be set to red
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The controller will cycle power to reset smoke detectors
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The top line will display the security mode.
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The bottom line will display, " *** ARMING SYSTEM *** " to indicate that the system is being armed.
The system will be fully armed after the Exit Delay expires.
If arming in Away or Vacation mode:
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Consoles configured with Audible Exit Delay enabled, will beep until the Exit Delay has expired. During the last 10
second of the Exit Delay, the console will beep twice as fast; so leave and close the door promptly.
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If enabled, “Exit Time Restart” will restart the exit delay if the same zone is violated twice within the original exit delay.
For example, after arming the system if you open the front door to leave, close the front door behind you, and then
reenter through the front door while the exit delay is still in effect, the exit delay will be restarted. This is designed to
give you additional time to exit without causing an alarm. The exit time will only be restarted once within a given
arming period.
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If “Unvacated Premises” is enabled, if no exit zone is violated during the exit delay (i.e. the premises was not vacated),
the system will automatically arm to Day mode at the expiration of the exit delay.
NOTE: In Commercial Burglar Alarm Applications for UL Certified Systems, a Ring-back indication and Bell-test should be
heard after arming (closing). If not heard, call for service.
Exit Error
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The sounder(s) are activated
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Console Entry Chime comes on
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The console display indicates: " *** DISARM SYSTEM *** - PRESS OFF THEN CODE"
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The system will wait the Entry Delay time
If the security system is not turned off during the Entry Delay:
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The display shows the type of alarm and the violated zone: "BURGLAR ALARM! - ZONE NAME TRIPPED"
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The system waits the Dial Out Delay, then if configured, begins to dial out
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The central station will be sent a code representing the type of alarm, zone violated, and an Exit Error code
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The When Alarm macro is activated (any associated programs will be executed)
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The Flash For Alarm Unit Number begins to flash on and off.
Note: The Exit Error feature is incompatible with “Auto Bypass”. If enabled, Auto Bypass will override this feature.
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The Exit Error feature is designed to prevent accidental alarms caused by an error while arming. If an entry-exit zone is
“Not Ready” (unsecured) when the exit delay expires, the Exit Error sequence is initiated as follows:
Bypassing Zones
8 = BYPASS
You can Bypass a zone that you do not want protected while the system is armed. Bypassing is also the only way that a tamper or
panic zone can be disarmed. For example, if there is a liquor closet or gun case on a tamper zone, then you must bypass that zone
to gain access to it.
Another reason to Bypass a zone is if the zone is having trouble. If a zone is causing a trouble indication, you can bypass that
zone to "cut it out" of the system until repairs are made.
When a zone is bypassed, it is no longer checked for alarms. When you bypass a zone using the console (or over the phone) it
will Stay bypassed until you Restore it. The console status display will show that the zone is bypassed only when the security
system is disarmed. When the system is armed, it does not display bypassed zones.
To bypass a zone, from the main menu or from the top-level display, press 2 on the console keypad, then 8 for bypass. Enter the
zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the zone. After the zone is entered, you will be prompted to
enter your security code. The bottom line will now read "ZONE NAME BYPASSED" to remind you that the zone is bypassed.
If a fire zone is bypassed, the console will continue to beep until that zone is restored - See Restoring Zones.
Auto-Bypass
In order to prevent the alarm from sounding unexpectedly if a window or door is open when the system is armed, the OmniPro II
will automatically bypass the zone if it is opened when the system is armed.
Note that there is an exit delay before the system is armed in any mode. The bypass will only take place if the zone is not ready
(i.e. open) when the exit delay is over and the system is actually armed.
When a zone is Auto-Bypassed, it will be automatically restored once it is secure (i.e. closed), or the next time you arm or disarm
the system. The auto-bypass is recorded in the event log as "ZONE NAME BYPASSED". To prevent any zone from being
bypassed unintentionally, you should always look for "SYSTEM OK" on the display before arming and leaving the premises.
The Auto-Bypass feature can be disabled if you do not want the system to automatically bypass open zones. If the auto-bypass
feature is disabled, the alarm will sound if a zone not ready (i.e. open) when the system is armed.
NOTE: The Auto-Bypass feature is disabled on UL Listed Installations.
Restoring Zones
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9 = RESTORE
Restoring a zone puts it back on active duty in the system. When restored, the Bypassed indication will no longer be displayed on
the status line and the zone will be checked for alarms.
To restore a zone, from the top-level display, press 2 on the console keypad, then 9 for restore.
Enter the zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the zone. Press ' 0 ' as the first key to restore all
zones. The 0 = ALL choice is removed once a digit key or the down arrow is pressed. After the zone or all zones is entered, you
will be prompted to enter your code. The console will beep and the display will return to the top-level display.
#=GOTO
To Bypass or Restore a zone in another area, you must first "go to" that area by selecting #=GOTO.
AREA:
ENTER AREA:
At this point you may enter the area number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the down arrow key to scroll to the next area - See
Area Arming for additional information.
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What To Do When You Come Home
If you enter your home while the system is armed in the Day, Night Delay, Away, or Vacation mode using an entry door:
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The console beeper comes on and beeps 4 times per second.
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The console display indicates: " *** DISARM SYSTEM *** - PRESS OFF THEN CODE"
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The system will wait the Entry Delay time.
Any lights or control modules programmed to come on for the door that you used will do so.
You should go to your console and immediately disarm the security system. Upon entering the first digit of the user code, the
console beeper is silenced. If canceled, or an incorrect code is entered, the beeper is restarted. If you wish, you may go directly
to a different security mode, rather than disarming the system.
If you return home and hear the alarm sounding, DO NOT ENTER. Use a wireless phone or neighbor's phone to call for help.
What Happens When the Alarm is Activated
Burglar Alarm Activated
If someone enters through any zone other than an Entry-Exit zone, if the security system is in the Night or Day Instant mode, or
if the security system is not turned off during the Entry Delay:
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The sounder is activated, which makes a loud, continuous sound.
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The display shows the type of alarm and the zones that have been tripped:
"BURGLAR ALARM! - ZONE NAME TRIPPED".
If more than one zone is tripped, then the bottom line will show each zone tripped for two seconds.
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The When Alarm macro is activated. Any units programmed to come on will do so.
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The system waits the Outside Siren Delay (0 - 60 seconds), then activates the sounder.
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If enabled, the system waits the Dial Out Delay (15-45 seconds), and then if programmed, the in-house phones are
seized (disconnected) and the OmniPro II begins to dial out.
The Flash For Alarm Unit Number begins to flash on and off.
If you are having your system monitored by a central station, the central station will be sent a code representing the type of alarm
(burglary) and zone involved. In most cases, the central station will call back, requesting your password or passcode.
If you are not using central station monitoring but are using the voice dial out capability, the system looks at the Dial Order to
determine which number to call first, and calls that number.
If you are using both central station monitoring and voice dial out, then the voice dial out is delayed by five minutes to give the
central station time to call you back.
For more information on the digital and voice dialer - See Digital Dialer and Voice Dialer.
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The system continues to sound all alarms and sirens, and flash the light(s) for the 6-30 minute Alarm Reset window.
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After Alarm Reset window has expired, the sounders are turned off, and the alarm system is reset. The console beeper
stays on. If a zone is tripped after a reset, the alarm will again be activated, and the dialer will again dial out.
At any time, the alarm system can be turned off at the console.
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There is a communicator delay (Dial Out Delay) of 30 seconds in this control panel. It can be removed, or it can be increased up
to 45 seconds, at your option by consulting with your installer.
Fire Alarm Activated
When the fire alarm is activated by the smoke/fire detector(s), the alarm responds exactly as described under Burglar Alarm
Activated, except:
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The console display reads, "FIRE ALARM! ZONE NAME TRIPPED".
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The sounder will activate in a 3 pulse temporal pattern to distinguish the fire alarm from the burglar alarm.
The fire alarm takes priority over the burglar alarm, however, if a gas alarm is already active, it will not override the gas alarm.
NOTES:
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If multiple alarm types occur, such as both Fire and Police, the display will alternate between the alarm types.
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To reset smoke detectors, arm the system. When armed, the controller will cycle power to reset smoke detectors.
Gas Alarm Activated
When the gas alarm is activated, the alarm responds exactly as described under Burglar Alarm Activated, except:
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The console display reads, "GAS ALARM! ZONE NAME TRIPPED".
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The sounder will pulse on - off - on, then an extended off period to distinguish it from the burglar or fire alarm.
The gas alarm takes priority over the burglar alarm, however, if a fire alarm is already active, it will not override the fire alarm.
NOTE:
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To reset gas detectors, arm the system. When armed, the controller will cycle power to reset gas detectors.
Emergency Keys
Emergency alarm conditions can be activated through the console. These conditions (Fire, Police, and Auxiliary) are initiated
with the simultaneous depression of two keys for approximately 1 second.
POL
FIRE
AUX
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NOTE: The Emergency keys are always armed. The Fire and Auxiliary emergency alarms are silenced by pressing the ' * ' key.
To cancel a Police emergency alarm you must press the Off key and enter your code.
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Police Emergency
When the 1 key and the 3 key is pressed simultaneously, the Police Emergency alarm is activated. This alarm operates exactly
the same as described for Burglar Alarm Activated except:
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The console display indicates: "BURGLARY! - POLICE EMERG TRIPPED".
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The interior sounder and the outdoor siren are activated immediately. There is no outside siren delay.
Fire Emergency
When the 4 key and the 6 key is pressed simultaneously, the Fire Emergency alarm is activated. This alarm operates exactly the
same as described for Police Emergency Button except:
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The sounders activates in a 3 pulse temporal pattern distinguish the fire alarm from the burglar alarm.
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The console display will read: "FIRE ALM - FIRE EMERG TRIPPED".
The Fire Emergency alarm can be turned off at any time by pressing the ' * ' key.
Auxiliary Emergency
When the 7 key and the 9 key is pressed simultaneously, the Auxiliary Emergency alarm is activated.
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The console beeper comes on - display indicates: "AUX ALARM! AUX EMG BTN TRIPPED".
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The console beeper continues to sound until the alarm is reset.
Duress Code Entered or Duress Alarm Activated
(See Duress Code for a description of when to use)
In the event that you enter your duress code or a Duress zone is tripped, the system performs a silent dial out as follows:
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No alarms, lights or console beepers are activated. The system does not display the duress alarm.
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The system waits the Dial Out Delay, and then begins to dial out.
Alarm Reset
The alarm system will reset itself and turn off the sirens after the system has been in alarm for the configured Alarm Reset time
window between 6-30 minutes. When the alarm system resets, any zone that is ready is reactivated, so the alarm system will be
activated again if the zone is tripped. If a zone remains not ready (i.e. a door has been left open) it will be automatically
bypassed when the alarm resets.
Alarm Cancel
At any time, you can disarm and silence an alarm by pressing the Off key and entering your code. If the alarm is disarmed after
the Dial Out Delay but within the Alarm Reset window, the communicator will send the alarm code followed by a code indicating
that the user has canceled the alarm and the console will display " *** ALARM CANCEL *** ".
If an alarm is disarmed before the Dial Out Delay has expired, the system will not report anything to the central station and the
console will display " *** ALARM ABORTED *** ".
If an alarm is canceled during a Voice Dial Out, the system hangs up immediately.
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If you are having your system monitored, the central station will be sent a code representing a silent alarm (duress).
Trouble Indications
The OmniPro II constantly monitors the alarm zones and several internal matters and will alert you if it detects trouble. The
particular trouble is indicated on the bottom line of the display and a trouble signal is given by beeping the console beeper
continuously, 2 beeps per second.
When any trouble condition occurs, the console will beep twice per second and continue to beep until the ' * ' key (cancel) is
pressed to acknowledge the trouble. The console will say "TRBL NOW" (trouble now) if the trouble condition actually exists
while you are looking at the console. It will say "HAD TRBL" (had trouble) if the trouble occurred and then corrected itself.
The following are trouble indications and their meanings:
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ZONE NAME TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: If the reading for a zone becomes abnormal, trouble will be indicated on that
zone -See Status \ Test. Excessive resistance in the contact and wiring usually causes trouble on security zones. If the cause
is not obvious, call your installer for service.
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AC POWER OFF TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated if the normal house current powering the OmniPro II controller
is interrupted for more than 3 minutes. If this happens without good cause, check the wall mounted transformer to ensure
that it hasn't come out of the wall socket and check to see that the socket has power.
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BATTERY LOW TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Every hour, the OmniPro II takes a dynamic test of the battery. If the
battery voltage is too low, then the console will indicate "BATTERY LOW". If this happens, make sure that the battery is
connected. The "BATTERY LOW" indication will remain until the next battery test is executed, 1 hour later, or when a
Status | Test command is given.
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COMMUNICATOR TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated if the digital communicator (not the voice dialer) was unable
to make contact with the Central Station after trying both numbers multiple times. If this happens, there could be a problem
with the system, central station, or the phone line. Call your installer for service.
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FUSE TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated when the solid state fuse that protects the "Auxiliary" power supply opens.
The fuse will automatically reset when the fault condition is cleared.
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PHONE LINE DEAD TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated if the phone line is dead for more than 1 minute.
To silence the trouble beeps on the console, press the ' * ' key. If more than one type of trouble has occurred, the display will
show each one for two seconds. Pressing the ' * ' key will acknowledge all trouble indications.
If the trouble condition occurs again, the console beeper will beep again - See Set Up Arming, Beep On Trouble if you wish to
disable the beeper.
NO CONTROLLER DATA: Indicated when console's alarm functions are no longer operational. This may indicate a
wiring problem to the console or a more serious problem. Call your installer for service.
Codes
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There are 99 user codes that you may assign to users of the system. All OmniPro II codes are 4 digits in length. A code can be
any number from 0001 to 9999. Each user should be assigned a security code with an authority level, areas that can be accessed
(if area arming is used), and times and days in which the code will be valid. Memorize your codes! Don't give them to anyone
who doesn't need to know them.
The levels of authority that you can assign to a user code are Master, Manager, and User.
Master Code
The Master code allows complete access to the entire system. Only the owner(s) or the one(s) who will govern the system should
have and use the Master code. A Master code is allowed access to all areas, all the time.
User code 1 is always set to a Master code - See Set Up Codes.
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Manager Code
The Manager codes can arm/disarm the security system in assigned areas, during assigned times. The Manager code can access
functions that are code protected in High Security mode. Managers may also access the system from an outside telephone line.
User Code
User codes can only be used to arm and disarm the security system in assigned areas when the time assigned to that code is valid.
Duress Code
If you are forced to disarm the system against your will by an intruder, disarm it as you normally would, but use the Duress Code
instead of your normal code. The system will disarm normally. No sirens will sound, no lights will flash, but the OmniPro II will
perform a silent dial out and say that this is a silent alarm.
To stop a silent dial out, turn your security system off the usual way, pressing Off key, then your code.
Panic Switches
If you have had panic switches installed, they are always armed. Pressing a panic switch will cause the alarm to activate. This
alarm can only be silenced by pressing the Off key and a valid code on the console.
Area Arming
If your installer has enabled the Area feature, the security system may be armed in Area 1, and disarmed in Area 2. In fact, each
area may be armed in different security modes at the same time. Each area will have its own console that will control that area
independently from the other.
When disarming the security system or arming the security system in any mode, the system will automatically control all security
functions in the area of that console if your code is valid for that area.
If you have a Master code, your code is valid in any area. If you are in Area 2, and wanted to arm the system in the Away mode,
simply press the Away key and enter your code. The system will automatically arm Area 2. The security mode in Area 1 will not
change.
If you have a code that is only valid in Area 1, you will not be able to disarm or arm Area 2.
From the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 2 (SEC) key on the console keypad.
Press the 0 (OFF) key, the display will show:
DISARM
ENTER CODE:
#=AREA
Press the ' # ' (AREA) key, the display will show:
AREA:
ENTER AREA
0=ALL ↓
The Area number can be entered followed by the ' # ' key, or the arrow keys may be used to scroll through a list of areas. If the
' 0 ' key is pressed, then all areas will be selected.
Press the 2 key then the ' # ' key. You will then be prompted to enter your code. The display will show:
DISARM AREA 2
ENTER CODE:
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If you are in Area 1 and wish to disarm the security system in Area 2, OmniPro II will allow you to disarm Area 2 from the
console in Area 1 if you have a Master code or a code that is valid for both areas.
If the ' 0 ' (ALL) key had been selected, the display will show:
DISARM ALL AREAS
ENTER CODE:
#=AREA
As the four-digit code is entered, "X" characters are echoed after the "ENTER CODE:" prompt.
If the Master code or a valid code is entered, the console will beep one time and Area 2 will be disarmed.
Even if Auto Bypass is enabled, the system will not arm another area if any zones in that area are not ready. If any zone in Area 2
is not ready (open), after you enter the code, the console will beep three times and display "AREA 2" on the top line, and "ZONE
NOT READY" on the bottom line.
AREA 2
ZONE NOT READY
#=RETRY
In order to arm Area 2 from a console in Area 1, you must first secure or Bypass any zones in AREA 2 that are "Not Ready".
Press the ' # ' key to retry the arming process.
To Bypass or Restore a zone in Area 2 from a console in Area 1, or viceversa, it is first necessary to "go to" that area.
GOTO Area
From the security menu, press the # (GOTO) key on the console keypad.
AREA:
ENTER AREA
↓
The Area number can be entered followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to scroll through a list of areas. Once the area is
selected, you are prompted to enter your code:
GOTO AREA 2
ENTER CODE
The console (AREA 1) will now be temporarily assigned to the selected area (AREA 2) if a valid code for that area (AREA 2) is
entered. All security and control commands will now operate on the selected area (AREA 2), just as if you were physically at a
console assigned to that area (AREA 2). All status displays will show the status of the selected area.
The top line of the display will show the name and security mode for that area.
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Use the "go to" function again to return to the area normally assigned to that console (AREA 1). The console will automatically
return to its normal area after three minutes of inactivity at the console.
Testing Your System
LEVITON recommends testing your system on a weekly basis to ensure that you are fully protected.
1.
Notify your Central Station that you intend to test the system. To test the siren, press the 1 and 3 keys simultaneously.
Press OFF and enter your Code to cancel the alarm and silence the siren.
2.
To test the security zones, you will need a partner to walk around your home and open and close all doors, windows, etc.
that are connected to the system while you watch the console. Have a partner open each door and window, then close it.
The display should show the zone name as being "NOT RDY" and then return to "SYSTEM OK" when closed.
3.
Have your partner walk in front of all motion detectors (if installed) and verify that the console responds in a similar fashion.
4.
Test your smoke detectors as recommended by the manufacturer. Be ready to silence the alarm system as soon as it sounds.
5.
From the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 6 key then the 4 key.
The Battery reading should be over 200 - See Status \ Test.
6.
Pick up an inside phone and press the # key. When the menu is spoken, press 8, Then 3. The OmniPro II should say
"ADDRESS IS: "and play your name and address. If it does, the telephone dialer, telephone access and telephone control
systems are all working correctly.
7.
If you wish to test your system's link to your Central Station monitoring service, call them first and inform them that you
will be testing your alarm system. Set off the alarm, allowing sufficient time for the Dial Out Delay (if enabled), and then
turn the alarm system Off. The Central Station should receive the alarm code and cancel signal.
8.
Remember to inform your Central Station when the test is complete.
9.
To see a complete list of alarm system activities, view the system event log – See Event Log.
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CONTROL
Control Commands
The control features of the OmniPro II make it easy and convenient to control almost any light or appliance from the console or
over the telephone. You may also have your heating and air conditioning (HVAC) under control of the system, which will allow
you to save energy dollars by setting the temperature appropriately when you are home, asleep, or away.
Furthermore, the OmniPro II can be used to program lights to make the home or business look occupied as a deterrent to thieves.
The methods that the OmniPro II uses to control different devices are:
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UPB switches, modules, and keypads for lights and appliances
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Z-Wave lighting devices (such as Leviton's ViziaRF series of lighting control devices)
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CentraLite loads and relays on a LiteJet and Elegance lighting system
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RadioRA switches and dimmers on a Lutron RadioRA lighting system
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ALC switch modules for lights and appliances
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X-10 compatible modules (X-10, X-10 Pro, Leviton, PCS, ACT, Lightolier, etc.) for lights and small appliances.
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LEVITON Communicating Thermostats for controlling Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Systems.
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Programmable Energy Saver Modules (PESM) for central heating and air conditioning systems.
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Direct Output Control for relays to activate sprinklers, lighting, electric heating, etc.
An OmniPro II will control:
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250 UPB switches, modules, and keypads (up to 31 rooms of HLC Lighting)
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232 Z-Wave lighting devices
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192 CentraLite loads and relays
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64 RadioRA switches and dimmers
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248 ALC switch modules
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256 X-10 compatible modules (all sixteen house codes)
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64 LEVITON Communicating Thermostats
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8 PESMs or Voltage Outputs (expandable to 136)
About UPB
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OmniPro II also has 119 internal "flags" that are used for programming conditionals and executing programs.
UPB is a powerline communications standard for lighting and home control. UPB is a robust, two-way digital powerline carrier
communications protocol which transmits signals over the existing wires in a home. UPB can coexist peacefully with X-10
systems, intercoms, baby monitors, speakers, etc. that communicate over the powerline.
Using a Powerline Interface Module (PIM), OmniPro II sends UPB commands over the existing electrical wiring to special
switches, modules, and keypad controllers (UPB devices) that are designed with UPB technology. UPB switches are two-way
devices, so OmniPro II knows the actual status of the switch when it is controlled locally. In addition, UPB switches, modules,
and keypads can be used to trigger macros in the OmniPro II controller.
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When set to UPB, the OmniPro II controller can:
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Send commands (on, off, bright, dim and level) to individual switches and modules
Receive commands and status from individual switches and modules
Send commands to keypad controllers to change scenes and control LED backlight behind the keys
Receive commands when buttons are pressed on keypad controllers to activate controller macros
Send Link commands to switches, modules, and keypad controllers to activate scenes
Receive Link commands when a button is pressed on a switch or on a keypad controller to activate controller macros
Send “Status Request” messages to switches to update their status in the controller
Receive the UPB Acknowledgement pulse that indicates that a switch has properly executed a command
LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC) Format
LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC) combines LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switches, Dimmers, and Modules, LEVITON UPB™
Room Controllers, and LEVITON UPB™ House Controllers to create lighting scenes that set the proper mood and ambiance for
various activities.
HLC format is a defined structure for configuring, programming, and operating all the HLC lighting devices in your home. Each
“House Code” that is configured to use the HLC format consists of 2 rooms with up to 8 HLC devices in each room. OmniPro II
supports up to 31 rooms of HLC lighting. OmniPro II can control up to 248 HLC devices.
LEVITON manufactured UPB™ devices (collectively referred to as HLC devices) can be configured using an Omni console or
OmniTouch touchscreen connected to the OmniPro II controller. Other UPB™ devices may be used in the HLC structure, but
cannot be configured using the OmniPro II controller; they must be configured using a PC running the UPB™ UPStart
configuration software – see Configuring HLC Devices.
About Rooms
Each “room” of HLC lighting consists of 8 consecutive unit numbers, starting at Unit 1 (i.e. Room 1 = Units 1-8, Room 2 = Units
9-16, Room 3 = Units 17-24, etc.). Each room can consist of a maximum of 8 HLC devices, configured as follows:
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Up to 7 LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switches, Dimmers, and/or Modules (for controlling up to 7 lighting loads in a room or
area)
1 or more Room Controllers (set a scene in a room, turn the room on and off, and dim and brighten the room)
1 House Controller (for controlling up to 8 rooms of HLC lighting)
1 or more House Controllers (used as a general purpose 8 button keypad controllers)
The first unit number in each room (i.e. 1, 9, 17, 25, etc.) is reserved for controlling the room. The name for this unit should
reflect the room name (e.g. Kitchen, Great Room, Theater, etc.) HLC Wall Switches, Dimmers, or Modules cannot be
programmed to these unit numbers. If one or more Room Controllers are used, the first Room Controller should be set to the first
unit number in the group (i.e. Unit 1); additional Room Controllers can be used by setting each to any other unused unit number
in the group (i.e. Units 2-8).
About Room Controllers
The LEVITON UPB™ 6-Button Room Controller allows for lighting control of a room where LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switches,
Dimmers, and Modules have been installed. From a Room Controller the room can be turned off (all loads in the group are turned
off), turned on (all loads in the group are turned on), brightened (all loads are brightened from their current level), dimmed (all
loads are dimmed from their current level), or set to one of 4 lighting scenes (A-D).
Room Controller LED Indicators
When the room is turned on, the LED indicator behind the “On” button is illuminated and all others are turned off. When the
room is turned off, the LED indicator behind the “Off” button is illuminated and all others are turned off. When the room is
brightened, the LED indicator behind the “On” is illuminated and all others are turned off. When the room is dimmed, the LED
indicator that is currently illuminated stays on. When the room is set to a lighting scene (A-D), the LED indicator behind the
respective scene letter is illuminated and all others are turned off.
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When “Status Tracking” is enabled (this is the default setting), OmniPro II keeps track of the exact status of each unit even when
a lighting scene is initiated by the Room Controller. Room Controllers also keep track of when individual switches in a room are
turned on and off. When all of the lighting loads in a room are turned off, the “Off” indicator is illuminated. If any of the lighting
loads in a room are turned on at an LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switch or Dimmer, the “On” indicator will illuminate and the “Off”
indicator is turned off. Likewise, if the “On” indicator or one of the scene indicators is illuminated, and then all of the lighting
loads are turned off at LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switches, the “Off” indicator will illuminate and any others are turned off.
About House Controllers
The LEVITON UPB™ 8-Button House Controller allows for controlling all 8 rooms of lighting where LEVITON UPB™ Wall
Switches, Dimmers, and Modules have been installed. It can also be configured as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller
used to trigger 8 different macro programs in the OmniPro II controller or to toggle between two different actions (i.e. turn
lighting load on...turn lighting load off) each time a pushbutton is pressed.
When used to control rooms of lighting in the HLC structure, each button on the House Controller is used to toggle all of the
lights in the respective room on and off. When the room is turned on, the LED indicator behind the respective button is
illuminated and all of the lights in the room are turned on. When the room is turned off, the LED indicator behind the respective
button is turned off and all of the lights in the room are turned off. If a lighting load in the respective room is turned on, the LED
indicator behind the button is illuminated. When all lighting loads in the respective room are turned off, the LED indicator behind
the button is turned off.
When used to control rooms of lighting in the HLC structure, each House Controller controls 8 consecutive rooms (i.e. Room 1-8,
Room 9-16, Room 17-24, and Room 25-31). To configure a House Controller to control a group of 8 rooms, it must be set to the
last unit number in one of the respective rooms. For example, a House Controller set to Unit 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, or 64 is
configured to control rooms 1-8. This allows you to have up to 8 House Controllers throughout the house that control rooms 1-8.
Within the HLC structure, House Controllers can also be configured as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller that is used
to trigger 8 different macro programs in the OmniPro II. When configuring a House Controller as a general purpose 8 button
keypad controller, it must be set to a unit number between the first and last unit number in a room (i.e. 2-7, 10-15, 18-23, 26-31,
34-39, etc.). When configured as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller, programs must be created in the OmniPro II
controller for the LED indicator behind each button to function.
About Vizia RF Z-Wave
Vizia RF Z-Wave Format
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Z-Wave is a wireless network protocol used in a wide variety of home automation devices made by numerous manufacturers. In
addition to supporting standard Z-Wave lighting devices and communicating thermostats, LEVITON has worked in partnership
with Leviton to support the advanced features of Leviton's ViziaRF series of lighting control devices, including lighting scenes
and two way communications.
Vizia RF Z-Wave format is a defined structure for associating, programming, and operating all the Vizia RF and Z-Wave lighting
devices in your home.
Each “House Code” that is configured to use the Vizia RF Z-Wave format consists of 2 rooms with up to 8 Vizia RF and/or
Z-Wave devices in each room. OmniPro II supports up to 29 rooms of Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting. Each Vizia RF Z-Wave device
has its own Node ID (1-232).
About Rooms
Each “room” of Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting consists of 8 consecutive unit numbers, starting at Unit 1 (i.e. Room 1 = Units 1-8,
Room 2 = Units 9-16, Room 3 = Units 17-24, etc.). Each room can consist of a maximum of 8 Vizia RF and/or Z-Wave devices,
configured as follows:
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Up to 7 Vizia RF or Z-Wave lighting devices (for controlling up to 7 lighting loads in a room or area)
1 or more pushbutton controllers
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The first unit number in each room (i.e. 1, 9, 17, 25, etc.) is reserved for controlling the room. The name for this unit should
reflect the room name (e.g. Kitchen, Great Room, Theater, etc.). Vizia RF or Z-Wave lighting devices cannot be associated with
these unit numbers.
If one or more pushbutton controllers are used, the first pushbutton controller should be set to the first unit number in the group
(i.e. Unit 1); additional pushbutton controllers can be used by setting each to any other unused unit number in the group
(i.e. Units 2-8).
Using a console, touchscreen, or other interface to OmniPro II, the room can be turned off (all loads in the group are turned off),
turned on (all loads in the group are turned on), or set to one of 4 lighting scenes (A-D).
About CentraLite
CentraLite is a centralized lighting control system that uses hardwired lighting control or wireless radio frequency technology to
control lighting loads, fans, and mechanical low voltage relays.
CentraLite lighting scenes are used to control groups of lights which are preset to turn on to various levels of dimming.
When set to CentraLite, the OmniPro II controller can:
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Send commands (on, off, and level) to individual loads and relays
Receive status (on and off) from individual loads and relays
Execute scene commands (on and off) to control lighting scenes
Receive commands when buttons are pressed on a CentraLite keypad
About Lutron RadioRA
Lutron RadioRA uses wireless communication technology to control lighting. Each Switch or Dimmer controls one Zone, or area,
of lighting in a RadioRA system. Accessory Switches and Dimmers are used to control the lights locally from up to 9 additional
locations. Master controls provide control and monitoring for all the lights in a RadioRA system.
A Zone is any individual RadioRA Switch or Dimmer. A RadioRA System has a maximum of 32 Lighting Zones. Zone Numbers
can be used to identify any individual Zone (one Switch or one Dimmer), in a RadioRA system via the RS232 Interface. The
Chronos System Bridge and Timeclock bridges two RadioRA systems for a total of 64 Lighting Zone Controls and 24 Master
Controls.
When set to RadioRA, the OmniPro II controller can:
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Send commands (on, off, and level) to individual Switches and Dimmers
Receive status (on and off) from individual Switches and Dimmers
Receive commands when buttons are pressed on Master Controls
Execute Phantom Button commands
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Phantom Buttons are “virtual” buttons in the RS232 Interface. Though there are no physical buttons that represent these Phantom
Buttons, they work very similarly to buttons on RadioRA Master Controls. Phantom Buttons are intended to give the RS232
Interface control over multiple RadioRA Switches and Dimmers with one command. To control more than one device at one time,
Phantom Buttons are recommended.
About ALC
ALC is intended for installation in homes, which have been pre-wired for installation of ALC system products. OmniPro II
controls lights and appliances by sending commands over the ALC signal wiring to ALC Switch Modules. ALC Switches
communicate with the OmniPro II over low voltage signal wire. They are two-way devices, so the controller always knows the
actual status of the switch. In addition, ALC switches can be used to set scenes by triggering macros in OmniPro II.
When ALC Lighting Control Modules are being used, it is also possible to "ramp" the lighting level of an ALC Dimmer Switch to
a new level at a controllable ramp rate.
ALC Module Types
The ALC modules types are: Dimmer Switch, Relay Switch, Slave Switch, Program Switch, and 4-Button Scene Switch Modules.
About X-10
The OmniPro II controls lights and appliances by sending commands over your existing electrical wiring to special switches,
outlets, receptacles, and modules, collectively referred to as X-10. Each module (or group of modules) is assigned a House Code
and a Unit Number so that the OmniPro II can control the modules individually. When a module hears a command from the
OmniPro II for its house code and unit number, it executes the command.
There are 3 different X-10 formats: Standard X-10 (Preset Dim), Extended X-10 (Extended Level), and Compose.
Any module that is "X-10 Compatible" will work with the OmniPro II. The modules come in various types.
House Codes
OmniPro II can control up to 256 lighting and appliance devices. Each device (switches, modules, and keypad) has its own Unit
Number (1-256). OmniPro II groups devices by “House Code”, which consists of 16 consecutive unit numbers, starting at Unit 1.
Each “House Code” can be configured to a different lighting protocol format such as: Standard X-10, Extended X-10, Lightolier
Compose, UPB (open UPB format where you can use the programming capability in the OmniPro II controller to communicate
with the UPB network), Lutron RadioRA, CentraLite, or LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC).
House Code 1 (Units 1-16) = HLC
House Code 2 (Units 17-32) = UPB
House Code 3 (Units 33-48) = X-10 Extended
House Code 4 (Units 49-64) = CentraLite
Etc.
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Different lighting devices can not share the same House Code. However, different lighting devices can coexist on an OmniPro II
system as long as they are on separate House Codes. For example:
Unit Numbers
OmniPro II systems have 511 total Unit Numbers. They consist of HLC, UPB, Z-Wave, CentraLite, RadioRA, ALC, Compose,
and X-10 module unit numbers, hardwire voltage output unit numbers, and internal flag unit numbers as follows:
1 - 16
17 - 32
(1 - 31)
33 - 48
49 - 64
(33 - 63)
65 - 80
81 - 96
(65 - 95)
97 - 112
113 - 128
(97 - 127)
129 - 144
145 - 160
(129 - 159)
161 - 176
177 - 192
(161 - 191)
193 - 208
209 - 224
(191 - 223)
225 - 240
241 - 256
(225 - 255)
257 – 272
273 – 288
289 – 304
305 – 320
321 - 336
337 – 352
353 - 368
369 - 384
385 - 392
393 – 511
Module / Output Unit Numbers
HLC or Z-Wave Room 1 and 2, UPB Unit ID 1-16, Z-Wave Node ID 1-16, CentraLite loads 1-16,
RadioRA Lighting Zones or Master Controls 1-16, and X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 3 and 4, UPB Unit ID 17-32, Z-Wave Node ID 17-32, CentraLite loads 17-32,
RadioRA Lighting Zones and Master Controls 17-32, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+1)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 1 - Branch 1 *
HLC or Z-Wave Room 5 and 6, UPB Unit ID 33-48, Z-Wave Node ID 33-48, CentraLite loads 33-48,
RadioRA Lighting Zones and Master Controls 33-48, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+2)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 7 and 8, UPB Unit ID 49-64, Z-Wave Node ID 49-64, CentraLite loads 49-64,
RadioRA Lighting Zones and Master Controls 49-64, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+3)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 1 - Branch 2 *
HLC or Z-Wave Room 9 and 10, UPB Unit ID 65-80, Z-Wave Node ID 65-80, CentraLite loads 65-80,
or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+4)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 11 and 12, UPB Unit ID 81-96, Z-Wave Node ID 81-96, CentraLite loads 81-96,
or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+5)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 1 - Branch 3 *
HLC or Z-Wave Room 13 and 14, UPB Unit ID 97-112, Z-Wave Node ID 97-112, CentraLite loads 97-112,
or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+6)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 15 and 16, UPB Unit ID 113-128, Z-Wave Node ID 113-128,
CentraLite loads 113-128, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+7)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 1 - Branch 4 *
HLC or Z-Wave Room 17 and 18, UPB Unit ID 129-144, Z-Wave Node ID 129-144,
CentraLite loads 129-144, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+8)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 19 and 20, UPB Unit ID 145-160, Z-Wave Node ID 145-160,
CentraLite loads 145-160, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+9)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 2 - Branch 1 *
HLC or Z-Wave Room 21 and 22, UPB Unit ID 161-176, Z-Wave Node ID 161-176,
CentraLite loads 161-176, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+10)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 23 and 24, UPB Unit ID 177-192, Z-Wave Node ID 177-192,
CentraLite loads 177-192, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+11)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 2 - Branch 2 *
HLC or Z-Wave Room 25 or 26, UPB Unit ID 193-208, Z-Wave Node ID 193-208, or
X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+12)
HLC or Z-Wave Room 27 and 28, UPB Unit ID 209-224, Z-Wave Node ID 209-224,
or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+13)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 2 - Branch 3 *
HLC Room 29 and 30, Z-Wave Room 29, UPB Unit ID 225-240, Z-Wave Node ID 225-232, or
X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+14)
HLC Room 31, UPB Unit ID 241-250, or X-10 modules 1 – 16 (House Code X+15)
ALC addresses 1-31, Module 2 - Branch 3 *
Outputs 1-16, 1st Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 2nd Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 3rd Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 4th Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 5th Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 6th Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 7th Expansion Enclosure *
Outputs 1-16, 8th Expansion Enclosure *
Voltage Outputs (1-8), Fully Configurable
Internal Flags
“X” Represents the House Code setting on the OmniPro II Controller
“*” If used
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OmniPro II
Unit Numbers
Scrolling Through Names
The OmniPro II stores names for Units, Zones, Buttons, Codes, Temperatures, and Messages so that you don't have to remember
that "UNIT 5" is the "DEN LIGHT" and "ZONE 1" is the "FRONT DOOR". In general, any time you enter a unit, zone, button,
code, temperature, or message number, you can press the down arrow key to display its name, then use the up and down arrow
keys to scroll through the list of other names. This is true when entering commands and programming on the console. Only
named items are displayed on an OmniTouch touchscreen.
Controlling Units
The control menu is used when controlling lights and appliances. To enter the control menu, from the top-level display or from
the main menu, press the 1 (CTRL) key on the console keypad. OmniPro II will automatically display the first named item in that
list. The down arrow key can then be used to scroll through the list, and the ' # ' key is used to select the item. If the specific item
number is known, enter the item number followed be the ' # ' key, or scroll up and down among the named items.
After the unit has been selected, press the ' # ' key. The console will display:
Controlling a Room of HLC Lighting
Living Room
0=OFF 1=ON 2-5=A-D
Living Room
6=SET
↓
#=STA↑
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Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected room off (all lighting loads in the room are turned off).
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected room on (all lighting loads in the room are turned on).
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Press 2 (A) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene A.
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Press 3 (B) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene B.
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Press 4 (C) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene C.
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Press 5 (D) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene D.
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Press 6 (SET) to set up a lighting scene for the all of the lighting loads in the selected room (On, A-D).
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Press # (STA) to view the current status of the room.
Configuring Lighting Scenes in an HLC Room
Living Room SET
1=ON 2-5=A-D
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Lighting scenes are created by configuring light levels for HLC lighting devices in a room. Each HLC device in a room can store
up to four different preset lighting scenes (Scenes A-D) and one “On” Scene (preset lighting levels for each device when the room
is turned on). To set a lighting scene using the Omni console, adjust all of the HLC devices in the room to the desired lighting
levels. The desired lighting levels (0% - 100%) may be set manually at the switch, or by issuing commands from the OmniPro II
controller. After the desired lighting levels are set, use the 6 (SET) command to save the new “light levels” for each device in the
selected room.
When the scene command is transmitted (either using a Room Controller or by the OmniPro II controller), each HLC device in
the specified room will brighten or fade to its preset level for the selected scene.
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Each lighting scene can also be set or easily changed using the pushbuttons on the LEVITON UPB™ 6-Button Room Controller,
as follows:
Step
1
2
3
4
Operation
Press the desired pushbutton on the LEVITON UPB™ 6-Button Room Controller to activate the current scene (preset
lighting level) in each of the HLC devices.
Use the local rocker switch on each UPB™ Wall Switch Dimmer(s) to set the desired lighting level(s) or issue
commands from the OmniPro II controller.
Press the pushbutton on the LEVITON UPB™ 6-Button Room Controller five (5) times quickly.
Each UPB™ Wall Switch Dimmer will flash its lighting load one time to indicate that the new level has been
configured.
Controlling Individual Lighting Loads in an HLC Room or UPB Units
To control individual lighting loads in a room, use the down arrow key to scroll through the list of units. When the unit is
displayed, press the ' # ' key. For HLC/UPB lighting loads, the console will display:
LR Sconce
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓
LR Sconce
4=LVL 6=LED 9=TIM #=STA↑
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Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected lighting load off .
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected lighting load on.
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Press 2 (DIM) to dim the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 3 (BRT) to brighten the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%).
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Press 6 (LED) to turn on or off the LED behind the specified button on a general purpose 8-Button or 6-Button Keypad.
• Specify 1-8 to control the LED behind buttons 1-8 respectively, and then select 0 (OFF) or 1 (ON).
 Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On, Off, Dim, Brighten).
• Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18 hours.
 Press # (STA) to see the exact status of a UPB device. When the ' # ' key is pressed, OmniPro II sends a “Status
Request” message to the selected device for its current state. The exact state is then displayed.
Note: When a UPB signal is received over the powerline, OmniPro II will automatically update the status of the device.
Controlling Vizia RF Z-Wave
It is imperative that each unit be named. If a unit is not named, it will not show up in the list of rooms and loads that are able to
be controlled. The only exception is for additional push button controllers. If you have assigned a Node ID to a Unit, but do not
name it, the OmniPro II will interpret that as a push button controller, so Z-Wave messages from that push button controller will
not be ignored.
Controlling a Room of Vizia RF Z-Wave Lighting
Living Room
0=OFF 1=ON 2-5=A-D
Living Room
6=SET
↓
#=STA↑
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LR Sconce
STATUS 67%
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Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected room off (all lighting loads in the room are turned off).
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected room on (all lighting loads in the room are turned on).
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Press 2 (A) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene A.
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Press 3 (B) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene B.
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Press 4 (C) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene C.
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Press 5 (D) to set all of the lighting loads in the selected room to their preset levels for Scene D.
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6 (SET) is not used with Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting.
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Press # (STA) to view the current status of the room.
Controlling Individual Lighting Loads in an Vizia RF Z-Wave Room
To control individual lighting loads in a room, use the down arrow key to scroll through the list of units. When the unit is
displayed, press the ' # ' key. For Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting loads, the console will display:
LR Sconce
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓
LR Sconce
4=LVL 5=RMP 9=TIM #=STA↑

Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected lighting load off.
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected lighting load on.
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Press 2 (DIM) to dim the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 3 (BRT) to brighten the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%).

5 (RMP) is not used with Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting.
 Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On, Off, Dim, Brighten).
• Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18 hours.
 Press # (STA) to see the status of the device.
Controlling CentraLite Units
Entry Lights
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓ Entry Lights
4=LVL 5=RMP 9=TIM #=STA↑
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Note: When a Z-Wave signal is received over the network, OmniPro II will automatically update the status of the device.

Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected unit off.
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected unit on.

2 (DIM) does not affect CentraLite units.
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3 (BRT) does not affect CentraLite units.

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%).

5 (RMP) does not affect CentraLite units.

Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On or Off). Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18
hours.
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Press # (STA) to see the status (On or Off) of a CentraLite device.
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Controlling RadioRA Units
Entry Lights
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓
Entry Lights
4=LVL 5=RMP 9=TIM #=STA↑

Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected unit off
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected unit on.

2 (DIM) does not affect RadioRA units.
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3 (BRT) does not affect RadioRA units.

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%).

5 (RMP) does not affect RadioRA units.

Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On or Off). Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18
hours.
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Press # (STA) to see the status (On or Off) of a RadioRA device.
Note: When a RadioRA device transmits a signal (i.e. Switch or Dimmer is turned on or off locally, Mater Control button is
pressed, or Phantom Button is executed), OmniPro II will automatically update the status of each affected device.
Controlling ALC or X-10 Units
Entry Lights
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓

Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected unit off.
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected unit on.

Press 2 (DIM) to dim the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 3 (BRT) to brighten the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%).

Press 5 (RMP) to ramp the lighting level of an ALC Dimmer Switch to a new level at a selectable ramp rate.
•
5 (RMP) does not affect X-10 units.

Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On or Off). Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18
hours.

Press # (STA) to view the current status of the unit.
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Entry Lights
4=LVL 5=RMP 9=TIM #=STA↑
Ramp Command (ALC)
When ALC Switch Modules are being used, it is possible to ramp the lighting level of an ALC Dimmer Switch to a new level at a
selectable ramp rate. Only ALC Dimmer Switches respond to the Ramp command.
Press the 5 (RAMP) key to select the ramp command. The keypad will then prompt you for the desired ramp rate:
ENTER RATE:
MINUTES (1-99)
#=H/M/S
The rate specifies the time it takes the switch to go from full off to full on, or from full on to full off. Thus a level change from
full off to 50% on will take half the time specified.
Before any digits are entered, the ' # ' key may be used to switch between specifying the rate in minutes, seconds, and hours.
After you choose between minutes, seconds, and hours, enter the rate (2-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes, or 1-10 hours).
Next, enter a number (0-100) to indicate the final lighting level (intensity) desired.
LIGHTING LEVEL:
0-100%:
The keypad will beep and the lighting level will be adjusted. The keypad display top line will read:
Entry Lights 40% AT 1H
Controlling Compose Units
Entry Lights
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓
Entry Lights
4=SCN 9=TIM
#=STA↑
Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected unit off.
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Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected unit on.

Press 2 (DIM) to dim the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 3 (BRT) to brighten the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level).

Press 4 (SCN) to set a group of lights to their predefined lighting levels.

Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On or Off). Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18
hours.

Press # (STA) to view the current status of the unit.
Scene Command (Compose)
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
If Compose lighting switches are part of your installation, the Scene (SCN) command is used to set a group of lights to predefined
lighting levels. There is an Off command, an On command, and 12 lighting scenes for each group of Compose lighting switches.
SCENE:
0=OFF 1=ON
2-13=A-L
Enter 0, followed by the ' # ' key, to turn the lights that are part of the selected group off. Enter 1, followed by the ' # ' key, to set
the lights that are part of the selected group to predefined lighting levels.
To set the lights in the selected group to a predefined scene, enter the Scene number 2-13 (which corresponds to Scene A-L,
respectively), followed by the ' # ' key. All lights that are part of the selected group are set to the predefined lighting levels for the
selected Scene.
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Timed Commands
The timed commands allow a units to be turned on or off for a specified period of time. The unit may be turned On for 1-99
(minutes or seconds), or 1-18 hours, then Off; or turned Off for 1-99 (minutes or seconds) or 1-18 hours, then On.
Lighting units (1-256) may also be dimmed or brightened for a specified period of time. The unit may be dimmed (1-9) steps for
1-99 (minutes or seconds), or 1-18 hours, then brightened back to its previous level; or brightened (1-9) steps for 1-99 (minutes or
seconds), or 1-18 hours, then dimmed back to its previous level.
To enter a timed command, you must first enter the unit that you want to control. From the control menu, enter the unit number
(or scroll to it using the arrow keys), then press the ' # ' key.
To enter a time, press the 9 (TIM) key. Before any digits are entered, the ' # ' key may be used to switch between minutes,
seconds, and hours. After you choose, enter a time (1-99 for seconds & minutes, and 1-18 for hours). Once the time is entered,
the control menu is redisplayed with the specified times shown.
For example:
Entry Lights
For 2H
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT↓
Status of a Unit
To see the status of a unit, from the control menu, press the ' # ' key. The last command along with any time (hh:mm:ss)
remaining on a timed command will be displayed.
Entry Lights
STATUS ON
1:22:10
At this point, one of the menu choices may be entered or the ' * ' or ' # ' key may be pressed to redisplay the menu.
Note: If an X-10 signal is received over the powerline, OmniPro II will automatically update the status of the X-10 unit.
The easiest way to define a flag it to refer to it as a "virtual relay". A flag can be in one of three separate states: On, Off, or set to
a value between 0 and 255. If a flag has a value of 1-255, it is considered "On". If a flag has a value of 0 it is considered "Off".
Flags are a powerful programming tool that can be used in several ways to accomplish advanced programming routines. Any
Flag can also be used as a counter. Counters can be incremented, decremented, or set to a specific value (0 to 255).
When a counter is decremented to zero, the "When Unit Off" macro is executed. A counter will not decrement below zero. The
counter will, however, roll over from 255 to 0 when incremented. The "When Unit Off" macro will be executed when the counter
rolls over. This allows two counters to be cascaded to form a larger counter.
When the counter is incremented from 0 to 1, the "When Unit On" macro will now execute. This will allow you to execute a
command when the Flag is incremented (counting up) from zero.
The Set command is used to set the counter to a value from 0 to 255. No macros are executed when the counter is set to zero or
when the counter is changed from zero using the set command. This allows a counter to be reset without executing macros or
programs associated with the counter counting to zero. Turn the Flag On or Off to have the associated macro execute. When the
Flag is turned Off, its value is set to zero (0). When the Flag is turned On, its value is set to one (1). The counter is considered
On for program conditions if it is nonzero (1-255).
Flags can be turned Off, On, Decremented (DEC), Incremented (INC), Set, and Timed ON/OFF.
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Internal Flags
Controlling Outputs
The OmniPro II has eight outputs that can be used to switch relays. Outputs 1-8 are controlled as Unit Numbers 385-392,
respectively. If the Interior Horn is configured as a "General Purpose" output, Unit Number 393 is used to control the output. If
the Exterior Horn is configured as a "General Purpose" output, Unit Number 394 is used to control the output. In this
configuration, Unit Numbers 393 and 394 should not be used as "Flags".
These 12 VDC voltage outputs are connected directly to the OmniPro II and not through a module. If you have something
connected to these outputs, such as a sprinkler system, your dealer will explain its operation. Outputs cannot be brightened or
dimmed and are not affected by All ON or All Off commands.
All On / Off
The All On/Off menu is used to turn all unit numbers in the specified House Codes on and off. When configured, the House
Code will affect 2 rooms of HLC or Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting (i.e. HC 1 ALL OFF affects Room 1 and 2).
Note: UPB, CentraLite, and RadioRA devices are not affected by the OmniPro II “All On” or “All Off” command. To achieve
this functionality, we suggest the following:
UPB: Program a Link into each device that will respond to an OmniPro II “All On” and “All Off” command program. For
example:
In each UPB switch that will respond to “All Off” and “All On”, program a Link (in this example, Link 50 is used) that
will go to 100% when activated (turned on). Then write the following programs in the OmniPro II controller:
WHEN ALL ON: LINK 50 ON
WHEN ALL OFF: LINK 50 OFF
CentraLite: Program the “All On” and “All Off” macro to execute an All On Scene and an All Off Scene on the CentraLite.
RadioRA: Program the “All On” and “All Off” macro to execute Phantom Button 16 (All On) and Phantom button 17 (All Off).
For example:
WHEN ALL ON: PHANTOM BUTTON 16 ON
WHEN ALL OFF: PHANTOM BUTTON 17 ON
ALL
0=OFF 1=ON 2=SCN 3=LINK↓
ALL
4=PHANTOM 5=CENLIT
↓
All Lights On
WEB VERSION
This All On/Off menu is also used to control Leviton Scenes, RadioRA Phantom Buttons, UPB Links, and CentraLite Scenes.
From the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 4 (ALL) key on the console keypad.
At the ALL prompt, press the 1 (LIGHTS ON) key. The console will beep, and a command will be sent that turns on all specified
X-10 and ALC units and HLC Rooms. X-10 Appliance Modules do not respond when the All Lights On command is sent. All
House Codes (1-16), by factory default, respond to the All-On command.
NOTE: The All On function can be changed, if desired - See Set Up Misc, All On And All Off.
All Off
At the ALL prompt, press the 0 (OFF) key. The console will beep, and a command will be sent that turns off all specified X-10
and ALC units and HLC Rooms. All House Codes (1-16), by factory default, respond to the All-Off command.
NOTE: The All Off function can be changed, if desired - See Set Up Misc, All On And All Off.
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Leviton Scene Control
OmniPro II supports Leviton Scene Control (a feature found in certain Leviton Switches). There are 256 Scenes that can be set
and executed. The Leviton Switches are divided into "lighting groups" of four units each. Each of these lighting groups can be
set to four different Scenes. Once the Scenes have been set up, a command can be sent to the units in that Scene to simultaneously
return to the preprogrammed lighting level.
Scene
There are 256 Scenes that can be set and executed. The X-10 units (unit numbers 1-256) are divided into "lighting groups" of
four units each. Each of these lighting groups can be set to four different Scenes. Scenes 1-4 apply to the first four unit numbers
(units 1-4), Scenes 5-8 to the next four unit numbers (units 5-8), and so on. Thus an easy correspondence is made between Scene
numbers and unit numbers.
UNIT NUMBERS
SCENES
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
X
5
6
7
8
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
9
10
11
12
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
13
14
15
16
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X - Corresponds to the unit numbers in a Scene.
Scene Commands
ENTER SCENE:
1-256
Enter the Scene number (1-256) followed be the ' # ' key.
SCENE 1
0=OFF
1=ON
2=SET
Scene Set Command
The Scene Set command is used to set up Scenes for a lighting group. Set the desired lighting level for each of the units in the
lighting group for the first Scene. The desired lighting level may be set manually at the switch, or by a command issued from the
controller. After the desired lighting levels are set, press the 2 (SET) key to save the first Scene for that group. Commands are
sent to each of the four units in that group to instruct each unit to save its current lighting level as the lighting level for the Scene.
Repeat these steps to set up each of the remaining three Scenes for that lighting group.
Scene On Command
Once the Scenes have been set up, press the 1 (ON) key to command the four units in that Scene to return to the lighting level set
by the Scene Set command for that Scene.
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Scene Commands are used to Set Scenes, issue a Scene On command, and issue a Scene Off command. To issue Scene
Commands, press the 2 (SCENE) key. You are prompted to enter a Scene number.
Scene Off Command
Once the Scenes have been sent, press the 0 (OFF) key to command the four units in that Scene to turn off.
Notes:
1.
When sending Scene Commands, the controller must be configured to allow Extended Code transmissions on each House
Code affected by a Scene.
2.
The Scene Commands always apply to a group of four consecutive units, which are units 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, and 13-16 on a
particular house code. You must address the units accordingly so that the desired units fall into the appropriate lighting
groups.
3.
The actual Extended Code Scene commands use a "group reference" that matches that sent by a Leviton Wall-Mounted
Scene Controller set to the same address as the first unit in the lighting group. This allows wall-mounted controllers to be
easily used for manual Scene selection.
UPB Links
In a UPB network, all control operations are done using Links. OmniPro II can transmit and receive up to 250 Links on the UPB
network. Links are used to logically “connect” events on one or more devices to actions on one or more other devices. When two
or more different devices share a common Link, they are said to be “linked” together. They can now communicate with each
other over the powerline using the Link as a common identifier in all of their communications.
The power of Links is that you can “link” more than two devices together. For example, one keypad controller pushbutton can be
linked to four UPB Wall Switches allowing the single press of that pushbutton to trigger all four lights to go to preset or absolute
levels. In addition UPB Wall Switches allow for a preset light level and fade rate to be associated with each Link.
Activating and Deactivating Links
A special UPB command called “Link On” (activate) is used to command all of the devices that have the same Link to go to their
preset light levels at their preset fade rates.
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For instance, in our “All On” and “All Off” example, when “Link 50 On” is transmitted by OmniPro II, each UPB Wall Switch
with Link 50 will go to 100% to achieve the “All On” effect. Other “Link On” (activate) commands may be transmitted that
cause Wall Switch ‘1’ to go to a desired level at a specified fade rate and Wall Switch ‘2’ to go to a different level at a different
fade rate. The ability to send more than one device to its preset level at a preset fade rate with a single command is known as
activating a Link. Likewise, pressing a pushbutton on a 6-Button or 8-Button Keypad can send the “Link On” (activate)
command.
A special UPB command called “Link Off” (deactivate) is used to command all of the devices that have the same Link to go to
0% at their preset fade rate. For instance, in our “All On” and “All Off” example, when “Link 50 Off” is transmitted by OmniPro
II, each Wall Switch with Link 50 will go to 0% to achieve the “All Off” effect.
Setting a Link (Lighting Scenes)
Lighting scenes are created by pre-configuring light levels and fade rates in one or more UPB devices that get “activated” and
“deactivated” by a Link command or button press on a 6-Button or 8-Button Keypad.
Each UPB Wall Switch can hold up to sixteen different preset light levels (0% - 100%) that can be “linked” to the OmniPro II
controller or to a pushbutton on a 6-Button or 8-Button Keypad.
OmniPro II can “set” each of the 250 possible Links. The “Link Set” command is used to set up lighting scenes for a lighting
group. To set a “lighting scene” using OmniPro II, adjust all of the UPB Wall Switches with the pre-configured Link to the
desired lighting levels. The desired lighting levels may be set manually at the switch, or by a command issued from OmniPro II.
After the desired lighting levels are set, the “Link Set” command can be transmitted by OmniPro II to save the new “light levels”
for each of the devices pre-configured with the specified Link.
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Executing Phantom Buttons
OmniPro II can turn on and turn off each of the 17 possible Phantom Buttons. Phantom Buttons must be pre-programmed into the
RS-232 interface or Chronos. Phantom Button 16 is always assigned to “All On” (if the Phantom button is turned on or off) and
Phantom Button 17 is always assigned to “All Off” (if the Phantom button is turned on or off).
To issue Phantom Button commands, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 4 (ALL) key on the console
keypad, and then press the 4 (PHANTOM) key. You are prompted to enter a Phantom Button (1-17).
ENTER BUTTON:
1-17
Enter the Phantom Button number (1-17) followed be the ' # ' key.
PHANTOM BUTTON 1
0=OFF 1=ON
When a Phantom Button is turned on, all of the devices that are pre-programmed with that Phantom Button will go to their preset
light levels. When a Phantom Button is turned off, all of the devices that are pre-programmed with that Phantom button will turn
off.
Executing CentraLite Scenes
OmniPro II can turn on and turn off each of the 255 possible CentraLite Scenes. To issue CentraLite Scenes commands, from the
top level display or from the main menu, press the 4 (ALL) key on the console keypad, and then press the 5 (CENLIT) key. You
are prompted to enter a Scene (1-255).
ENTER SCENE:
1-255
Enter the CentraLite Scene number (1-255) followed be the ' # ' key.
CENLIT SCENE 1
0=OFF 1=ON
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When a CentraLite Scene is turned on, all of the devices that are pre-programmed for that scene will go to their preset light levels.
When a CentraLite Scene is turned off, all of the devices that are pre-programmed for that scene will turn off.
Buttons
A powerful feature of the OmniPro II is the ability to program Buttons. A Button (also known as macro) is a number on the
keypad that is programmed to execute a series of commands when it is pressed. Buttons are used to program functions that are
specific to your home and lifestyle.
Using a button, you can activate several commands at once. You can personalize 128 buttons with descriptive names. The
following are some examples of programmed Buttons:
Leave for Work (Button 1):
turn off all lights
set thermostat to energy saving settings
arm the security system in the Away mode
Go to Bed (Button 2):
turn off all lights
dim outdoor lights 20% to extend bulb life and reduce consumption
arm security in Night mode
Dinner for Two (Button 3):
dim the dining and living room lights
turn on the porch light
turn off all the bedroom lights
dim the den light
turn on the stereo
To activate a preprogrammed button, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 3 (BTTN) key on the console
keypad. Select the button (macro) to be activated by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of buttons, followed by ' # '.
For extra convenience, event buttons are automatically activated when you change security modes, or when security zones open
and close. This powerful feature allows you to set your system up so that control functions are performed when you arm your
security system (such as turning off all lights and setting back the HVAC system). Door contacts and motion detectors can be
used to turn on lighting automatically, then turn it off a few minutes after the person has left, and then only if it's dark.
Temperature Control
Your OmniPro II can control temperatures of your heating and cooling system, monitor the outside temperature, and detect high
and low temperatures in special situations. Other appliances can be controlled by temperature as well - such as a bathroom heater
or a ceiling fan.
WEB VERSION
The temperature menu is used to control LEVITON Communicating Thermostats, Programmable Energy Saver Modules, and
Temperature Sensors. The status of each of these may also be displayed on the console.
LEVITON Communicating Thermostats and the Programmable Energy Saver Module (PESM) provides energy savings, comfort,
and convenience by setting the HVAC system(s) to the proper temperature based on whether you are home, asleep, away, or
vacation. The temperature can be reported as well as controlled over any telephone. A freeze alarm feature will cause a dial out
if the temperature falls below a preset level.
The LEVITON Communicating Thermostats are digital heating and cooling thermostats that can be controlled be the user and by
remote control. There are models for conventional single stage (gas or electric), heat pumps, and multi stage heating and cooling
systems. All models offer programmability, stand-alone operation, and robust communication to the OmniPro II system.
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LEVITON RC-Series Thermostats
The following control actions are allowed for LEVITON Communicating Thermostats:
•
•
•
•
•
Set heating setpoints
Set cooling setpoints
Set system mode (Off / Heat / Cool / Auto)
Set fan (On / Auto)
Turn hold On and Off
NOTE: Not all actions are applicable to every type of thermostat.
To enter the temperature menu, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 5 (TEMP) key on the console keypad.
You will be prompted with the first named temperature zone (i.e. Upstairs). The temperature zone can be specified by entering
the temperature zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or by pressing the arrow keys to scroll through the list of temperature
zones. Press the ' # ' key when the desired temperature zone is shown.
Press the ' 0 ' key to select all LEVITON Thermostats. This is a simple way to broadcast the new Heat or Cool setting or change
the system mode, fan mode, or hold mode of all LEVITON thermostats in your system. Temperature zones 1-64 are for
LEVITON thermostats.
TEMPERATURE:
ENTER TEMP ZONE
0=ALL ↓
After the ' # ' key is pressed, a menu appropriate for the type of temperature zone is shown. For Celsius temperatures, press the
' # ' key prior to entering the temperature to make the number negative. The Celsius temperature may also be specified in 0.5
degree steps, if three numeric digits are entered. The third digit adds a .5 to the first two digits, if it is anything other than zero.
Enter a leading zero, if necessary.
For LEVITON heat/cool thermostats:
Upstairs
1=MODE 2=HEAT
3=COOL ↓
Upstairs
4=FAN
5=HOLD
#=STAT ↑
Upstairs MODE
0=OFF
1=HEAT
2=COOL ↓
Upstairs MODE
3=AUTO
↑
To change a temperature setting, press 2 (HEAT), 3 (COOL), or 2 (TEMP) as appropriate:
Upstairs HEAT
ENTER TEMPERATURE:
Upstairs COOL
ENTER TEMPERATURE:
Upstairs TEMP
ENTER TEMPERATURE:
Enter the desired temperature then press the ' # ' key.
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To change the system mode on a thermostat, press 1 (MODE). A menu presenting options appropriate for that type of thermostat
is then displayed. For heat/cool thermostats with auto changeover:
The fan control on a thermostat may be switched between on and auto by selecting 4 (FAN) from the temperature menu:
Upstairs FAN
0=AUTO 1=ON
Thermostats may be switched between hold mode and the normal run mode. While in hold mode, the thermostat does not
respond to scheduled temperature changes but instead maintains the temperature at its current setting. The thermostat will then
return to its scheduled operation setting once hold mode is removed.
The hold menu is used to control hold status of a thermostat. The hold menu is entered by selecting 5 (HOLD) at the temperature
menu. Through this menu you may turn hold mode on and off.
For a heat/cool thermostat, the menu displayed is:
Upstairs HOLD
0=OFF
1=ON
Turn hold mode Off or On by selecting 0 (OFF) or 1 (ON), respectively.
For a heat/cool thermostat, the status shows the current temperature, the heating and cooling temperature setpoints, whether hold
mode is on, the system mode, and the fan On/Auto selection.
Upstairs
HEAT: 70
TEMP: 78
COOL: 78
Upstairs
MODE: AUTO
FAN: AUTO ↑
↓
If hold mode is On, "HOLD" is shown:
Upstairs
MODE: AUTO
HOLD
FAN: AUTO ↑
For a heat or cool thermostat, the status shows the current temperature, the temperature setpoint, whether hold mode is on, the
system mode, and the fan on/auto selection.
Upstairs
MODE: HEAT
TEMP: 71
↓
FAN: AUTO ↑
Programmable Energy Saver Modules (PESMs)
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Upstairs
HEAT: 70
The PESM is used when you are have any thermostat, other than a LEVITON Communicating Thermostat, and would like to
control your heating and cooling system with the OmniPro II system. The PESM is a temperature sensor and control relay in a
small enclosure that mounts near your central heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system thermostat. The PESM
allows the OmniPro II to read the temperature of the area that the HVAC system controls. When you are away or asleep, the
PESM can be set to allow the temperature to drift higher or lower to reduce the operating time, hence saving energy dollars.
The PESM provides an energy saver function. When the energy saver is on, the HVAC system is set back, meaning that the
temperature is allowed to rise or fall to an energy saving level. When the energy saver is off, your thermostat operates normally.
Your thermostat should be set to the desired comfort temperature. Only when the energy saver is on will the temperature be
allowed to deviate from your normal thermostat setting.
There are three temperatures associated with each PESM:
Temperature - this is the air temperature read by the PESM.
Heat temperature - the air temperature will be allowed to fall to this temperature when the energy saver is on.
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Cool temperature - the air temperature will be allowed to rise to this temperature when the energy saver is on.
The following control actions are allowed on PESMs:
•
•
•
•
Turn Energy Saver On and Off
Turn Energy Saver On and Off for a specified time
Set heating setpoint
Set cooling setpoint
You can turn the energy saver on, off, use a timed on/off, and change the Heat and Cool temperatures from the console or by
telephone. Commands can also be programmed so that they occur by time schedule or by event, such as security mode change.
For example, the system can be set up to turn the energy saver(s) On and make the Heat setback temperature 65 degrees and the
Cool setback temperature 80 degrees when the alarm system is put in the Away mode. Another program can turn the energy
saver(s) off (to resume normal operation of the HVAC system) at 4:30 P.M. on weekdays to make the house comfortable before
arriving home. Different setback temperatures could be set for the Night mode.
NOTE: To set up your thermostat for use with a PESM, set it in the appropriate mode and set the temperature to your preference.
Your heating and cooling system will always be off if you set your thermostat to Off mode. The PESM cannot turn it back on.
The PESM cannot make your system cool below the thermostat's cool setting, or heat above the thermostat's heat setting.
Control actions for temperature sensors:
•
•
Set low setpoint
Set high setpoint
To enter the temperature menu, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 5 (TEMP) key on the console keypad.
You will be prompted with the first named temperature zone (i.e. Upstairs). The temperature zone can be specified by entering
the temperature zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or by pressing the arrow keys to scroll through the list of temperature
zones. Press the ' # ' key when the desired temperature zone is shown.
TEMPERATURE ZONE:
ENTER TEMPERATURE ZONE ↓
After the ' # ' key is pressed, a menu appropriate for the type of temperature zone is shown.
Upstairs
0=OFF
1=ON
2=HEAT ↓
Upstairs
3=COOL 4=TIME
#=STAT ↑
Upstairs
2=LOW
3=HIGH
#=STAT
For temperature sensors:
To set a temperature setpoint, press 2 (HEAT) or 3 (COOL).
For Celsius temperatures, press the ' # ' key prior to entering the temperature to make the number negative. The Celsius
temperature may also be specified in 0.5 degree steps if three numeric digits are entered. The third digit adds a .5 to the first two
digits if it is any- thing other than zero. Enter a leading zero if necessary.
In additions to setpoint changes, an energy saver may be turned On or Off. It may also be turned On or Off for a specific
duration.
To turn the energy saver Off, select 0 (OFF). To turn the energy saver On, select 1 (ON). To turn the energy saver On or Off for
a specific duration, select 9 (TIME) prior to selecting On or Off. Enter the time as described under Control - Unit Commands.
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For Programmable Energy Saver Modules:
Downstairs
0=OFF
1=ON
2=HEAT ↓
Downstairs
3=COOL 9=TIME
#=STAT ↑
ENTER TIME
MINUTES (1-99)
#=H/M/S
Downstairs
0=OFF
1=ON
FOR 15M
↓
The current status of a temperature zone may be displayed by selecting ' # ' (STAT) key from the main temperature menu. The
status display differs depending on the temperature zone type.
When you are finished, press the ' * ' key twice to return to the top-level display.
IMPORTANT NOTES:

There is a 3-minute minimum on and off time for PESMs designed to prevent short cycling your HVAC compressor. If
the PESM has just turned the HVAC system on or off, it will wait 3 minutes before changing it, even though the display
does change.

If you change the Heat or Cool setback temperature on the PESM, the system will insure that there is always at least four
degrees Fahrenheit difference between the Heat and Cool temperatures by altering the other setback temperature as
necessary.

PESMs are NOT affected by All On or All Off commands.
Freeze Alarms
Thermostats and PESMs can also be used to report potential freeze conditions before damage to pipes and appliances can occur.
An alarm is activated when any Thermostat or PESM detects a temperature below 40 degrees. The alarm will not clear until the
temperature exceeds 45 degrees.
When the alarm is initiated, the console beeper will be turned on and an alarm dial-out sequence will be initiated after the normal
dial-out delay. Both voice and digital communicator dial-outs may be used. The voice dial-out will follow the Dial Order as
specified in Set Up Dial. The digital communicator will report the Freeze Alarm Code to the Central Station.
Indoor and Outdoor Temperature
WEB VERSION
The sounder is not activated for freeze alarms (this feature must be activated by your installer).
The Model 31A00-1 Temperature Sensor is used for sensing temperatures from 0º F - 120º F and 31A00-7 Extended Range
Temperature Sensor is used for sensing temperatures from -40º F - 120º F. It features a new, high accuracy temperature sensor
that doesn’t need calibration.
The temperature can be used to activate programs for controlling temperatures indoors and in attics, garages, greenhouses,
basements, wine cellars, coolers, and freezers. The temperature can be displayed on the console or spoken over the telephone. It
can also report, log, alert, or generate an alarm if the temperature reaches freeze conditions or if the temperature goes above the
high setpoint or drops below the low setpoint programmed in the system.
Outdoor temperature zones have a High and Low temperature associated with them that can be used for control purposes. An
example of this is to program the system to turn on the bathroom heat if the outdoor temp goes below 45 degrees. High and Low
temperatures are changed the same way as a PESM.
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When a temperature sensor is selected from the list of temperature devices, you may set a “Low” and “High” setpoint for
activating programs or alarms. Enter the desired temperature then press the ' # ' key.
Upstairs
2=LOW
3=HIGH
#=STAT
For negative temperatures (-1o to -40o), press the ' # ' key prior to entering the temperature to make the number negative. A
Celsius temperature may also be specified in 0.5 degree steps if three numeric digits are entered. The third digit adds a .5 to the
first two digits if it is any- thing other than zero. Enter a leading zero if necessary.
Outdoor Temperature
A Model 14A00 Outdoor Temperature Sensor is available which may be mounted outdoors to read the outdoor temperature. The
zone used for the outdoor sensor is set up as an outdoor temperature zone type, rather than as a PESM zone type. When set up
this way, the corresponding auxiliary output is not dedicated to the Model 14A00 and may be used for other purposes. Also, the
outdoor temperature will not generate freeze alarms.
Outdoor temperature zones have a High and Low temperature associated with them that can be used for control purposes. An
example of this is to program the system to turn on the bathroom heat if the outdoor temp goes below 45 degrees. High and Low
temperatures are changed the same way as a PESM.
Temperature Control of Appliances
You can control appliances connected to X-10 and ALC modules (such as a ceiling fan) using Advanced Control Programming
(ACP) of the OmniPro II. For example, the ceiling fan can be programmed to come on if the temperature goes above the High
temperature.
High and Low setpoints for temperature zones are changed the same way as the PESM. However, on/off control of the ceiling
fan is done from the 1 (CONTROL) menu. Use the ceiling fan's unit number to turn it On or Off. The PESM or Model 14A00
Temperature Sensor and the ceiling fan are linked together by an event button program.
Temperature Alarms
Temperature sensors can be used to signal that a temperature (in a special room, like a greenhouse or wine cooler) has gotten too
high or too low. If the temperature in this zone goes above the High setpoint or below the Low setpoint, the console beeper is
activated (inside and outside sirens are not activated) and the central station and/or voice dialer is called.
NOTE: Setting a High or Low temperature to 0 takes it out of service.
Humidity
The Model 31A00-2 Indoor/Outdoor Temperature and Humidity Sensor is used for sensing indoors temperature and/or reporting
the relative humidity from 0 to 100 percent or for sensing the outdoor temperature and/or reporting the outdoor relative humidity.
High and low humidity limits can be set for taking action (i.e. turning on the bathroom vent fan, running a/c in de-humidification
mode, turning on humidifier in heating mode, etc.) or reporting high or low humidity conditions in homes, greenhouses, wine
cellars, coolers, humidors, etc. Controlling humidity is particularly helpful in combating the growth of mold in vulnerable areas
of the home, such as bathrooms, basements, attics, etc.
The humidity level (0-100%), the low humidity setting, and high humidity setting can be viewed and modified using the
temperature menu. To enter the temperature menu, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 5 (TEMP) key.
The humidity zone can be specified by entering the zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or by pressing the arrow keys to scroll
through the list of temperature and humidity zones. Press the ' # ' key when the desired temperature zone is shown.
INDOOR:
LOW: 10
HUMI: 75
HIGH: 90
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The High and Low setpoints are changed as described for the PESM. Use the zone number that the temperature sensor is
connected to in place of the unit number.
Status
The Status function is used to display the status of various items in the system. To enter the status menu, from the top-level
display or the main menu, press the 6 (STATUS) key on the console keypad.
STATUS
1=CTRL
2=ZONE 3=SUN
4=TEST
5=TEMP 6=ENERGY
↓
↑
1 = CTRL (CONTROL UNITS)
The Control Status menu allows you to view and scroll through the status of each control unit and to configure HLC and UPB
devices. To enter the Unit menu, from the Status menu, press the 1 (CTRL) key in the console keypad. The system will display:
DEN LAMP
STATUS OFF
↓
You may enter a unit number to start displaying the status of that unit, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll through the
list of units. The status display is as shown under Control, except that now the arrow keys may be used to continue scrolling
between units.
Porch Light
LAST COMMANDED
00:24:19
↓
ON
You can also check the state and (if any) the remaining time duration of any Unit.
At this point, you may press the ' # ' key to control the unit as specified under Controlling Units or press ' # # ' to configure and
HLC or UPB device.
Note: Only LEVITON manufactured UPB™ devices (collectively referred to as HLC devices) can be configured using an
OmniPro II controller. Other UPB™ devices may be used, but cannot be configured using the OmniPro II controller; they must
be configured using a PC running the UPB™ UPStart configuration software.
Configuring HLC Devices
HLC devices can be configured using an Omni console or OmniTouch touchscreen connected to the OmniPro II controller.
When configuring HLC devices, the following information is programmed into the HLC device:

Network ID (UPB Network ID configured in OmniPro II controller)
Network Name (LEVITON Lighting)
Unit ID (Unit Number of respective unit)
Unit Name (which is the name description given to the respective unit in the OmniPro II controller)
Room Name (using HLC, the name of the first unit in the respective group is used; otherwise the room number is used)
Links (every device in each room is programmed with 6 consecutive Links, starting with Link 1; for example, every device
in Room 1 is programmed with Links 1-6, Room 2 is programmed with links 7-12, etc.)
Other configuration information
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
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When configuring HLC devices using an Omni console or OmniTouch touchscreen, each device (unit number) must first be
assigned a name in the OmniPro II controller. LEVITON recommends that you first configure your OmniPro II controller
(naming all of the HLC units) using the LEVITON PC Access Software, and then download the information to the OmniPro II
controller.
Configuring HLC Devices using an Omni Console
To configure HLC devices from an Omni console, use the Status menu. To enter the Status menu, from the top-level display or
the main menu, press the 6 (STATUS) key on the console keypad.
STATUS
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1=CTRL
2=ZONE 3=SUN
↓
Press 1 (CTRL) to view the current status of each unit and to configure the HLC device that is assigned for each unit. The
console will display:
Porch Light
STATUS OFF
↓
You may enter a unit number to display the selected unit, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll through the list of named
units.
When the desired unit is displayed, put the selected HLC device into Setup Mode (See - Setup Mode for HLC Devices), and then
press the ' # ' key twice (i.e. # #). The display will provide you with step-by-step configuration status. When complete, the
display shows:
CONFIGURE Porch Light
COMPLETED
Once completed, press the ' # ' key to return to the Status display and select your next unit (device). Put the next selected HLC
device into Setup Mode (See - Setup Mode for HLC Devices) and then press the ' # ' key twice to configure the selected device.
Configuring HLC Devices using an OmniTouch Touchscreen
To configure HLC devices from an OmniTouch touchscreen, press the “Control” icon on the Home page. Select the desired unit
from the Control list box to display the unit dialog. Put the selected HLC device into Setup Mode (See - Setup Mode for HLC
Devices), and then press the “Config” button.
The display will provide you with step-by-step configuration status. Once completed, press the Exit icon.
Setup Mode for HLC Devices
To configure LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switches and Dimmers, put the device in Setup mode as follows:
Step
1
2
Operation
Tap the rocker switch quickly 5 times.
The LEVITON UPB™ Wall Switch or Dimmer will flash the lighting load one time and blink its LED blue to indicate
that it is in Setup Mode.
To configure the LEVITON UPB™ 6-Button Room Controller, put the device in Setup mode as follows:
Step
1
2
Operation
Press and hold the “ON” and “OFF” pushbuttons simultaneously for at least 3 seconds.
All of the LED indicators will blink to indicate that the LEVITON UPB™ 6-Button Room Controller is in Setup Mode.
Note: The LEVITON 6-Button Room Controller will automatically exit Setup mode after 5 minutes. To manually exit
Setup mode, press and hold the “ON” and “OFF” pushbuttons simultaneously for at least 3 seconds.
To configure the LEVITON UPB™ 8-Button House Controller, put the device in Setup mode as follows:
Step
1
2
Operation
Press and hold the “1” and “8” pushbuttons simultaneously for at least 3 seconds.
All of the LED indicators will blink to indicate that the LEVITON UPB™ 8-Button House Controller is in Setup Mode.
Note: The LEVITON 8-Button House Controller will automatically exit Setup mode after 5 minutes. To manually exit
Setup mode, press and hold the “1” and “8” pushbuttons simultaneously for at least 3 seconds.
Note: When OmniPro II finishes configuring the device, it will automatically exit Setup mode and return to normal operation.
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Note: The switch will automatically exit Setup mode after 5 minutes. To manually exit Setup mode, tap the switch
quickly 2 times.
2 = ZONE
The Zone Status menu allows you to view and scroll through the status of each zone input. To enter the Zone menu, from the
Status menu, press the 2 (ZONE) key on the console keypad. The system will display:
Front Door
ZONE 1
SECURE
↓
You may enter a zone number to start displaying the status with zone, or simply press the down arrow key to start with the first
zone. The arrow keys may be used to continue scrolling between zones. For each zone, the display will show the zone name, the
zone number, and the current status of the zone:
3 = SUN (SUNRISE / SUNSET AUTOMATIC CALCULATION)
The system automatically calculates the time of sunrise and sunset each day. From the status menu, press the 3 (SUN) key on the
console keypad to display the calculated time of sunrise, sunset, and the outdoor temperature (if outdoor temp sensor installed):
Sunrise: 6:00 AM
Sunset: 5:58 PM
Temp
85
4 = TEST (SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC TEST)
The diagnostic test performed by the OmniPro II allows you to check the status of the battery, telephone, bell circuit, auxiliary
fuse, and security zone loop readings. The display is updated 3 times per second, although the actual readings are taken 10 times
per second. To enter the Test menu, from the Status menu, press the 4 (TEST) key on the console keypad.
The first display shows the current battery reading and the phone line status. A battery test is initiated when the status mode is
first entered. The new battery reading is updated ten seconds later. The low battery limit is also displayed.
The phone status consists of two parts, separated by a "/". The first part shows the current phone line state:
ONHK - ON HOOK
RING - RINGING
OFFHK - OFF HOOK
DEAD - DEAD PHONE LINE
IDLE
LOCAL
REMOTE
VOICE
EMGACC
DCM
-
NOT USING THE PHONE LINE
LOCAL ACCESS
REMOTE ACCESS
IN VOICE DIAL OUT MODE
ACCESS AFTER VOICE DIAL OUT
IN DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR MODE
BATTERY: 230 (LIMIT 200)
↓
PHONE:
ONHK/IDLE
Next, the display shows the A/D reading for the battery voltage, phone line voltage, AC power on, bell, and fuse:
BAT: 225
ACON: 82
FUSE: 222
PHONE: 140
BELL: 215 ↕
↕
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The second part shows how the OmniPro II is currently using the phone line:
The next series of displays shows the current analog reading for each security zone input. The displays show the readings for
zones 1-176.
1=147
4=146
2=148
5=146
3=147
6=147 ↕
THROUGH
175=148 176=147
↑
Normal readings for zones are between 137 - 157 when secure. If Zones 1-4 are configured as Fire or Gas zone, normal readings
are between 26 - 43 when secure. Each reading should be changing only by two or three counts from its average steady reading.
When a door or window is opened, the reading will go up to a value that represents that zone is open.
This feature can be used to monitor the quality of the zone wiring and contacts. If the numbers begin to deviate from their
original values when the system was new, wiring problems that will eventually lead to trouble or false alarms may be developing.
You may wish to record the Status Test values for future reference.
5 = TEMP (TEMPERATURE)
The Temperature Status menu allows you to view and scroll through the status of each Thermostat, PESM, and Temperature
Sensor. To enter the Temperature menu, from the Status menu, press the 5 key on the console keypad. The system will display:
TSTAT 1
HEAT:60
TEMP:80
COOL:82
↓
You may enter a unit number to start displaying the status with that unit, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll through the
list of temperature zones. The status display is as shown under Temperature Control, except that now the arrow keys may be used
to continue scrolling.
TSTAT 1
MODE: AUTO
FAN: AUTO ↕
At this point, you may press the ' # ' key to control the temperature zone as specified under Temperature Control.
6= ENERGY (ENERGY COST)
The Energy Cost Status menu allows you to view the current energy rate in use.
The Energy Cost will display Lo, Mid, Hi or Crit (for critical) energy rates.
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ENERGY COST: MID
Event Log
The Event Log records the 250 most recent significant security system Events (happenings) and trouble conditions in the system.
When a new event occurs, the oldest one is lost.
The following Events, along with the time and date of their occurrence are recorded in the Event Log when they occur:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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All Security system arming and disarming events (Off, Day, Night, Away, and Vacation), and user name.
All zones bypassed or restored by the user, and user name.
Any zone automatically bypassed by the system.
Any zone shutdown by the system (Swinger Shutdown).
Any zone tripped while the security system is armed.
Any trouble condition (zone, battery, fuse, AC power, or phone).
The restoration of any trouble condition (the trouble condition ceased to occur).
Any Remote Telephone Access, Remote Access Denied, or Remote PC Access.
Show Events
To view your event log, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 7 key, then enter your code. The arrow keys
may be used to scroll through the event log, starting with the most recent event.
Each event log entry displays the time and date on the top line and a description of the event on the bottom line:
7:15 PM 5/8
USER NAME
AWAY
For trouble conditions, the event log will show the zone name or specific trouble condition and "TROUBLE":
10:59 AM
BATTERY
5/8
TROUBLE
For trouble restorations, the event log will show the zone name or specific trouble condition and "TRBL RST":
11:57 AM
BATTERY
5/8
TRBL RST
12:05 PM 5/8
USER NAME
REM ACCESS
WEB VERSION
The system records each remote access. A remote phone access is when someone calls into the system from an outside phone
line. Remote phone access is also recorded if the system phones out in response to an alarm and the called party enters a code.
The event log displays the code used to access the system and "REM ACCESS":
An event is logged after three unsuccessful attempts are made to log into the system from a remote phone, the OmniPro II will
lock out remote telephone access for 1 hour to discourage any further attempts to access the system - See Telephone Control.
Local access of the system using an in-house telephone is not recorded.
The event log will also record each time the PC Access software is used to access the system. The event log displays the code
used to access the system and "PC ACCESS".
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Messages
The Message menu is used to play and record the memo message and to quickly clear all text messages. The memo message is an
eight-second voice message. It's like an "electronic notepad" for a family member to leave a handy message. After a message is
recorded, it can automatically be played back when someone returns and disarms the security system.
The Message menu is also used to show, log, clear, and send text messages, and to say and phone (dial out) your voice messages.
To enter the Message menu, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 8 (MESSAGE) key on the console.
MESSAGE
1=PLAY 2=RECORD 3=CLEAR↕
8=MESSAGE
↑
Record Memo Message
Note: To Record the memo message using this key, the LEVITON Two-Way Audio Module (with a microphone) must be
installed.
To record a new voice memo message, press the 2 (RECORD) key.
OmniPro II will say, "Record Message". At the beep, record your eight-second message. OmniPro II will beep a second time at
the end of the eight seconds, which signifies the end of the record process.
After a new message is recorded, the display will show "CHECK MESSAGE".
Play Memo Message
Note: To Play the memo message using this key, the LEVITON Two-Way Audio Module (with a speaker) must be installed.
To play the voice message, press the 1 (PLAY) key.
Over the speaker, OmniPro II will say, "Message is" - OmniPro II will then play your eight-second message.
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OmniPro II will automatically play a new memo message when the security system is disarmed.
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After the message has been played, the display will no longer show "CHECK MESSAGE".
If any text messages are currently being displayed on the console, they can be deleted by pressing the 3 (CLEAR) key.
When you press the 3 (CLEAR) key, all messages are cleared from the console display.
Message
To show, log, clear, and send text messages, and to say and phone (dial out) your voice messages, press the 8 (MESSAGE) key:
MESSAGE
1=SHOW 2=LOG
4=SAY
3=CLEAR↓
5=PHONE 6=SEND
↑
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Clear Text Messages
Show Message
The 1 (SHOW) key allows you to display the selected text message(s) on the console's top-level display. This can be a helpful
reminder of special events and occasions.
TRASH NIGHT
ENTER MESSAGE
↓
You may enter the message number followed by the ' # ' key to display that message, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll
through a list of messages. Press the ' # ' key to display the selected message:
Thu Oct 04, 01
TRASH NIGHT
4:06 PM
When the message is displayed, the console will beep 4 times and the console LED will flash continuously. You may press the
' * ' key to acknowledge seeing the message. This will cause the LED to stop flashing, however, the message will remain on the
display until it is manually cleared, or cleared by a program.
Log Message
The 2 (LOG) key allows you to store the selected text message(s) in the Event Log. This can be a helpful to keep track of the
times and dates of events and occurrences.
You may enter the message number followed by the ' # ' key to log that message, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll
through a list of messages. Press the ' # ' key to log the selected message.
Clear Message
The 3 (CLEAR) key allows you to clear the selected text message, or all text messages from the console's display.
TRASH NIGHT
ENTER MESSAGE
0=ALL ↓
You may enter the message number followed by the ' # ' key to clear that message, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll
through a list of messages. Press the ' # ' key to clear the selected message, or press 0, then ' # ' to clear all messages.
Say Message
Note: To Say a message, the LEVITON Two-Way Audio Module (with a speaker) must be installed.
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The 4 (SAY) key allows the controller to say the selected voice message over a speaker. This voice message can be an audible
reminder of special events and occasions.
You may enter the message number followed by the ' # ' key to say that message, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll
through a list of messages. Press the ' # ' key to say the selected message.
Phone Message
The 5 (PHONE) key allows the controller to call the selected phone number and say the selected voice message.
PHONE NUMBER:
1-8
Select a phone number (1-8) from the dial menu, then press ' # ':
SECURITY OFF
ENTER MESSAGE
↓
You may enter the message number followed by the ' # ' key, or simply press the down arrow key to scroll through a list of
messages. Press the ' # ' key to dial the number and say the selected voice message.
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Send Message (Pro-Link)
The 6 (SEND) key allows you to send any of the text messages through the Pro-Link serial port. You are first prompted to
specify the desired serial port.
SERIAL PORT:
1-6
The built-in serial ports (J1-J5) on the controller are assigned to Serial Port 1 - Serial Port 5, respectively. Serial port 6 is a Serial
Interface Module connected to the Expansion port on the controller.
Next, select the message to be sent. You may enter the message number followed by the ' # ' key to send that message, or simply
press the down arrow key to scroll through a list of messages. Press the ' # ' key to send the selected message:
MSGNAME
ENTER MESSAGE:
↓
The message is sent out through the specified Pro-Link port exactly as the message was entered in Setup | Names | Message.
Carriage returns and line feed characters are not automatically appended to the end. To send ASCII control as part of the
message, use the caret "^" character in the message. This character specifics that the next character is to be interpreted as an
ASCII control character, such as "^M" to represent a carriage return.
Other useful sequences would be "^J" for a line feed character and "^G" for a bell character. To include an actual "^" character in
the message, enter it twice as in "^^".
Each message can be up to 15 characters long. To send a longer message, simply program two messages to be sent one after the
other.
Pro-Link also has the capability to monitor the serial port for incoming text messages. When a text message is received, Pro-Link
searches through all 128 messages for a matching message. If one is found, the Program Command (macro) corresponding to the
matching message is activated.
When receiving an ASCII message that is over 15 characters, OmniPro II only processes the last 15 characters of the message.
Pro-Link determines that a message has been received when:
One or more characters have been received followed by 100 ms of silence
One or more characters followed by a carriage return character are received
One or more characters followed by a line feed character are received
It is not necessary to enter the terminating carriage return or line feed character as part of the message name.
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TELEPHONE CONTROL
Telephone Interface
Your OmniPro II is equipped with a built-in telephone response feature that allows you to control and access the status of your
system from any Touch-Tone phone.
The OmniPro II actually talks to you using a digital recording of an actual human voice, so the sound is incredibly life like. You
send commands to the OmniPro II using the keys of your Touch-Tone telephone. There are no tapes, discs, or other moving parts
associated with the speech and control features, so there is no maintenance or parts to wear out.
Only Touch-Tone phones will work with the OmniPro II. Some phones have switches that allow you to select Pulse or Tone. Set
them to Tone to work with the OmniPro II.
NOTE: There are two keys on your Touch-Tone telephone that are special. The ' # ' key (pound key, to the right of the zero),
and the ' * ' key (star key, to the left of the zero). You will be using these keys.
In-House Phones
Each time you pick up your telephone at home, the OmniPro II will also pick up the line and listen for a # (pound) key. If
OmniPro II does not hear the # key within 5 seconds, it hangs up and does not listen in again until the next time you pick up your
phone. If the OmniPro II hears any key other than the # key while it is listening in, it disconnects itself immediately.
If the OmniPro II does hear the # key within 3 seconds of your picking up the receiver, it disconnects your phones from the phone
company lines and connects your phones to itself, and begins talking to you. When you hang up, your phones are immediately
reconnected to the phone company.
You will hear a slight click on your phone when the OmniPro II picks up or hangs up. This is normal. To access your OmniPro
II from an in-house phone: Pick up the receiver of any Touch-Tone phone in your house. Pause for just a moment (about a
second), then press the # key on the phone.
You will hear the voice read the menu, which tells you what commands are available over the telephone.
NOTE: If your system is in High Security Mode, you must also enter your code following the # key - See High Security Mode.
In UL Listed Installations, High Security Mode is enabled.
If the alarm system is tripped, the in-house phones will be disconnected when the OmniPro II begins to dial out, to preclude a
burglar from jamming the line by shorting out an in-house phone. In this case, you will have to turn the system off at the console.
WEB VERSION
Remote Phones
You may call your system from any Touch Tone phone and "talk" to your OmniPro II, exactly as if you were at home, except that
you must enter your code (Master or Manager) to gain access to the OmniPro II.
To call your system from any touch tone phone, call your number. After 8 rings (or whatever you have "Rings Before Answer"
set to) your OmniPro II will answer and "beep" - See Set Up Dial. Press the digits of your code on the phone. The first digit must
be pressed within 3 seconds of the beep. You will hear the menu.
If you hear three beeps after entering the code, you have entered the wrong code. Try again. If you make a mistake while
entering the code, press the # key and then enter the code again. You only have three tries to enter a valid code.
A successful remote access is logged in the event log as a Remote Phone Access, along with the time, date of its occurrence, and
the code number used.
There are a number of setup items that control what you can do from a remote phone when you or anyone else calls into your
home - See Set Up, Dial.
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Phone Access Denied - Remote Lockout
The OmniPro II has a remote lockout feature to discourage youngsters (and adults who act that way) from trying to access your
system. If four invalid codes are entered, the system will hang up and a one-hour lockout period will begin. During the lockout
period, the OmniPro II will not answer a call after any number of rings, which should discourage the caller.
If a lockout occurs, the event Phone Access Denied is entered into the event log, along with the time and date of its occurrence.
The one-hour lockout does not apply to in-house phones. The lockout is cleared immediately if the OmniPro II is accessed using
an in-house phone.
Alternate Method
The OmniPro II has an alternate access method that may be more effective, especially when calling long distance.
1.
Call the system and allow the phone to ring once or twice.
2.
Hang up.
3.
Wait about 10 seconds, but within 60 seconds, call the system again. It will answer on the first ring and beep.
4.
Enter your code.
Main Menu
Once you have successfully logged into your OmniPro II, it will read you a menu of commands, as follows:
WELCOME TO OMNIPRO [AREA 1] PLEASE CHOOSE:
CONTROL
SECURITY
BUTTON
ALL
TEMPERATURE
STATUS
EVENT
PHONE
GOOD-BYE
CANCEL
REPEAT
This means that you press '1' for Control functions, '2' for Security, '3' for Button, etc. Pressing one of the keys on the phone will
move you to another menu. These menus are the same as the menus on the console. Words in brackets [ ] are only spoken if that
feature is in use.
You do not have to wait for the OmniPro II to finish talking. Once you are familiar with the menus, you can simply punch the
numbers on the phone without waiting. Whenever you press a number, the OmniPro II stops talking and goes on to the function
that you have selected. If you press a key that is not on the current menu, you will hear 3 beeps and the menu will be repeated.
So that the OmniPro II does not tie up your phone, there is a 10 to 15 second time-out that starts after the OmniPro II stops
talking. If it does not hear any numbers from your phone in 10 to 15 seconds after it stops talking, the OmniPro II will hang up.
If you are on a remote phone and the OmniPro II hangs up, you must call the OmniPro II again. If you are on an in-house phone,
hang up, wait a few seconds, then pick up and press the # key.
To hear the main menu again, press 0 on your phone. To cancel an operation, press ' * ' for Cancel. You will hear "CANCEL"
and one beep for a cancel operation.
If you make a mistake, you will hear 3 beeps, then the OmniPro II will re-read whichever menu you are in.
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1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
*:
0:
1 - Control
Press 1 from the MAIN MENU to get to the CONTROL menu.
If voice descriptions have been programmed, after a three-second delay, the system will begin reading from the list of units
(OmniPro II will say the unit number then its description). The OmniPro II will read three units, then say,
"PRESS POUND TO CONTINUE."
If the ' # ' key is pressed, OmniPro II will read the next three unit numbers and descriptions (if programmed).
2 - Security
Press 2 from the MAIN MENU to get to the SECURITY menu.
From the Security menu you can arm your system (Day, Night, Away, Vacation, Day Instant, and Night Delayed), disarm you
system, bypass and restore zones, and go to a different area.
When bypassing and restoring a zone, if voice descriptions have been programmed, after a three-second delay, the system will
begin reading from the list of zones. If the ' # ' key is pressed, OmniPro II will read the next three descriptions (if programmed).
GOTO Area
Press the # key to GOTO a different area. OmniPro II will say:
"GOTO AREA: ENTER AREA THEN #." "ENTER CODE, *: CANCEL"
"WELCOME TO OMNIPRO II, AREA 2."
3 - Button
Press 3 from the MAIN MENU to get to the BUTTON menu.
If button voice descriptions have been programmed, after a three-second delay, the system will begin reading from the list of
buttons (OmniPro II will say the button number then its description).
User buttons 1 - 128 are available from the phone, for the current area.
4 - All
"ALL: PLEASE CHOOSE:"
0: ALL OFF
1: ALL ON
2: LIGHT SETTING (Leviton Scene)
5 - Temperature
Press 5 from the MAIN MENU to get to the TEMPERATURE menu. The OmniPro II will say,
"TEMPERATURE: ENTER TEMPERATURE NUMBER, THEN POUND."
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Press 4 from the MAIN MENU to get to the ALL menu.
After a three second delay, the system will begin reading from the list of Thermostats and Energy Savers (if voice descriptions
have been programmed, OmniPro II will say the temperature zone then its description). The OmniPro II will read three
temperature zones, then say,
"PRESS POUND TO CONTINUE."
If the ' # ' key is pressed, OmniPro II will read the next three temperature zones and descriptions (if programmed).
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Press the temperature zone you wish to control, then press #.
Press the ' 0 ' key to select all LEVITON Thermostats. This is a simple way to broadcast the new Heat or Cool setting or change
the system mode, fan mode, or hold mode of all LEVITON thermostats in your system.
When an LEVITON Communicating Thermostat is entered:
"THERMOSTAT 1 - THERMOSTAT 1 - TEMPERATURE IS (TEMP)."
"PLEASE CHOOSE:
1: MODE
2: HEAT SETTING
3: COOL SETTING
4: FAN
5: HOLD
#: STATUS
*: CANCEL
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If the # (STATUS) key is selected, OmniPro II will read the current status of the thermostat. For instance:
"TEMPERATURE IS (80), HEAT SETTING IS (60), COOL SETTING IS (75),
MODE IS (COOL), FAN IS (AUTO), HOLD IS (OFF)."
When a Programmable Energy Saver (PESM) is entered:
"ZONE 9 ENERGY SAVER - ENERGY SAVER IS (ON/OFF).
TEMPERATURE IS (TEMP)."
"PLEASE CHOOSE:
0: OFF
1: ON
2: HEAT SETTING
3: COOL SETTING
9: TIMED
#: STATUS
*: CANCEL
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If the # (STATUS) key is selected, OmniPro II will read the current status of the PESM. For instance:
6 - Status
Press 6 from the MAIN MENU to get to the STATUS menu.
From the Status menu, OmniPro II will report the Security Mode (for the current Area).
If all zones are secure and there are no troubles with the system, OmniPro II reports "System OK".
If any zones are currently not ready, in trouble, or bypassed, OmniPro II will report the current status of those zones. Any system
troubles are also reported.
Finally, OmniPro II will report the current Outdoor Temperature (if part of the system) and the current time and date.
7 - Events
Press 7 from the MAIN MENU to get to the EVENT menu.
The OmniPro II will read the 3 latest events. Press the ' 7 ' key for OmniPro II to read 3 more events, or ' * ' to cancel.
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"ENERGY SAVER IS (ON/OFF): TEMPERATURE IS (80), HEAT SETTING IS (60), COOL SETTING IS (75)."
8 - Message
This command allows you to record and verify the voice memo message, allows you to record and play custom messages
(phrases), and allows you to record and verify your address. If an optional LEVITON Two-Way Audio Module is being used,
this command also allows paging and listening to the premises.
Press 8 from the MAIN MENU to get to the MESSAGE menu.
"MESSAGE - PLEASE CHOOSE: 1 PLAY MESSAGE, 2 RECORD MESSAGE, 3 INTERIOR, 6 PLAY PHRASE,
7 RECORD PHRASE, 8 PLAY ADDRESS, 9 RECORD ADDRESS, *: CANCEL."
To play the current address, press the 8 key.
Playing and Recording a Message
To play the current message, press the 1 key.
"MESSAGE IS: (OMNIPRO II PLAYS MESSAGE)."
Note: When OmniPro II is playing the message or the address, it does not listen for Touch-Tones.
To record the memo message, press the 2 key.
"RECORD MESSAGE - [BEEP]
At the [BEEP], record your message...
At the second [BEEP]:
"MESSAGE IS: (OMNIPRO II PLAYS MESSAGE)."
Paging and Listening
When the LEVITON Two-Way Audio Module is being used:
To talk or listen to the premises, press the 3 key.
"PLEASE CHOOSE: 2 TALK, 8 LISTEN, *: CANCEL."
If no key is pressed, OmniPro II will automatically switch to listen mode.
To talk to someone at the premises, press the 2 key.
To listen to the premises, press the 8 key.
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You cannot talk to anyone on premises in listen mode and you cannot listen to the premises while in the talk mode.
Playing and Recording a Custom Phrase
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When you can't find a word you need to complete a voice description or voice message, you have the ability to record a custom
phrase in OmniPro II. This phrase can then be used as part of your voice description and spoken over the telephone along with
the item number that is normally spoken. It can also be part of your voice descriptions for a message that is spoken over a
speaker in your home or business.
Phrases 1-32 are unique two-second phrases. Phrases 33-48 are four-second phrases that are made up of 2 two-second phrases.
Phrases 49-56 are eight-second phrases that are made up of 4 two-second phrases. Phrases 57-60 are sixteen-second phrases that
are made up of 8 two-second phrases.
For a complete list of Phrases and Voice Descriptions, including a complete description of Custom Phrases - See Appendix C
Voice Description Codes and Notes on Custom Phrases in this manual.
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To play one of the custom phrases, press the 6 key.
" PLAY PHRASE: ENTER PHRASE NUMBER, THEN POUND."
Press the phrase number (1-60) you wish to play, then press #.
"PHRASE IS: (OMNIPRO II PLAYS PHRASE)."
To record one of the custom phrases, press the 7 key.
" RECORD PHRASE: ENTER PHRASE NUMBER, THEN POUND."
Press the phrase number (1-60) you wish to record, then press #.
"RECORD PHRASE - [BEEP]"
At the [BEEP], record your custom phrase…
At the second [BEEP]:
"PHRASE IS: (OMNIPRO II PLAYS PHRASE)."
Playing and Recording the Address
To record the address, press the 9 key and enter the Master code.
"RECORD ADDRESS - [BEEP]
At the [BEEP], record your name and address.
"ADDRESS IS: (OMNIPRO II PLAYS ADDRESS)."
Note: The address is used only for the VOICE dial out feature.
9 - Good-Bye
Press 9 from the MAIN MENU.
From an in-house phone, the dial tone will return. From a remote phone, you will hear a click as the OmniPro II hangs up. It is
recommended that you press 9 to terminate a remote call. If you don't, the OmniPro II will hang up anyway after about 15
seconds.
Panic Button over the Phone (# # # # # #)
On an in-house phone only, you can activate the Police Emergency keys by picking up the phone and pressing the # key 6 times.
This activates the sounder immediately.
The first # that you press logs you in, as usual, then the next 5 presses of the # key activate the alarm. If you are already logged
into your system, then it takes only 5 presses of the # key to activate the emergency alarm. To prevent accidental activation of the
panic feature over the phone, you must press the # key 5 times, all at once. If you pause for more than 2 seconds, or press any
other key, the panic activation is canceled. The OmniPro II will say "CANCEL".
Note that the Panic Button over the Phone feature only works if you are logged into the system. In an emergency, if you wish to
set off the alarm, simply pick up the phone and repeatedly press the # key until the alarm sounds. Be aware that, under some
circumstances, it may be smarter to dial 911 or your police department directly. Also be aware that your telephone will be
unusable while the OmniPro II dials out.
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The OmniPro II will say, "GOOD-BYE" and hang up.
Emergency Dial-Out
Emergency dial out consists of two distinct parts: the "digital dialer" and the "voice dialer".
Digital Dialer
The digital dialer (also called a "digital communicator") reports alarm events to a central station monitoring center. The digital
dialer sends a digitally coded message to the central station's receiver and computer. The computer in the central station presents
your name, address, and other information to a human operator who notifies the appropriate authorities.
Digital communications to a central station are generally superior to voice communications because the central station is always
staffed with trained professionals and there is virtually no chance for misinterpretation.
The digital communicator will not dial out until the Dial Out Delay has expired. By default, there is a communicator delay of 30
seconds. The delay can be removed or increased up to 45 seconds. Please consult your installer about the Dial Out Delay.
When enabled, if the alarm is canceled prior to the expiration of the Dial Out Delay, no transmission will take place. If the alarm
is canceled after the Dial Out Delay has expired, all alarm trips will be transmitted followed by a Cancel code.
The communicator may be set up to automatically send a test code to the central station on a daily or weekly basis. This verifies
proper operation of the entire monitoring system on a periodic basis.
When the digital communicator is used, all voice dial outs will be delayed for five minutes after the expiration of the Dial Out
Delay to allow time for the central station to call the premises.
If the LEVITON Two-Way Audio Module is being used, after the transmission of the alarm to the central station, the operator can
talk and listen to people and sounds at the premises.
If the digital communicator is unable to successfully communicate with the central station, the console will display a
Communicator Trouble condition.
Voice Dialer
In UL Listed Installations, the Voice Dialer is supplementary to the Digital Dialer described above.
The voice dial-out feature of the OmniPro II is a sophisticated system that can notify you at the office, on vacation, on a pocket
pager, or notify your neighbor, a relative, and in some cases, local authorities.
See What Happens When the Alarm is Activated, also Set Up Dial.
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How the OmniPro II Voice Dialer Works
When a Burglar Alarm, fire alarm, police emergency keys, fire emergency keys, auxiliary emergency keys, gas alarm, water
alarm, Temperature alarm, or duress alarm is activated, the voice dialer looks at the Dial Order to determine which numbers to
dial and in what order. A Dial Order can have up to 8 entries, allowing the dialer to make up to 8 calls. If you want it to try a
number twice, it can be entered twice in the dial order.
The dial order numbers can be chosen from Dial Out Numbers 1 - 8.
What the OmniPro II Voice Dialer Does
When an alarm is activated, the OmniPro II will wait the Dial Out Delay. If your system is monitored by a central station, it will
be notified first. Then the voice dialer will dial out to the numbers as described above.
If the alarm is turned off at the console while a voice dial-out is in progress, the dial-out will be canceled immediately and the
voice dialer will hang up. If the number dialed is busy, or if all lines are busy, the dialer will immediately hang up and go to the
next number in the Dial Order. The dialer will wait up to 45 seconds after it finishes dialing for a voice to answer the call. If it
doesn't hear a voice in that time, it goes on to the next number. The voice dialer will respond to answering machines.
After it has dialed the last number in the dial order, the OmniPro II stops dialing and reconnects the in-house phones.
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What You Hear - If Your OmniPro II Calls You
When you pick up the phone and say something, the OmniPro II will say one of the following, depending on type of alarm:
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BURGLAR ALARM
FIRE ALARM
AUXILIARY ALARM
TEMPERATURE ALARM
WATER ALARM
GAS ALARM
SILENT ALARM
AND
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ADDRESS: (Your address here)
PHONE NUMBER (your phone number here)
The OmniPro II will repeat this message twice.
Entering the Code
At any time during the message you can enter the Master or Manager code, simply by pressing the digits on the keypad of a
Touch-Tone phone. The OmniPro II will stop talking when it hears any digit from a touch tone phone. (When it is saying the
address, the OmniPro II completes the entire address before it stops talking.)
If you enter the correct Master or Manager code, you will then be logged in (a remote phone access is logged in the event log) and
further dial outs are canceled.
You will hear the status of the system, which will describe the type of alarm and the zones tripped, for example:
BURGLAR ALARM ACTIVATED: ZONE 1 - ENTRY EXIT - TRIPPED; ZONE 3 - DAY INTERIOR - TRIPPED:
Then the OmniPro II will read the Main Menu as described in Telephone Control. You can press 0 to hear the menu. At this
point, you are in control, just as if you had called your system.
A strategy to follow if you are called by your system is to check the Status (6 on the telephone) to see what mode the system is in,
and which zones were tripped. Press * to cancel out of the status mode. You may wish to check the Event Log (7) to see when
each event happened. Then, press * to exit the event log.
If someone properly disarms the system while the called party is logged in, then the status message will go back to "SECURITY
MODE IS OFF - SYSTEM OK" as described in Telephone Control.
If a reportable event (an alarm, cancel, etc.) occurs while you are talking to your OmniPro II, it will hang up on you to
communicate the event to the central station.
PC Access
OmniPro II is capable of communicating with an IBM compatible personal computer (PC). The PC can be local (in-house) or
remote. The PC must be equipped with a modem or serial port and running PC Access software. The OmniPro II has a built-in
modem and can be accessed over the telephone or over a direct serial connection (RS-232/RS-485 through either a built-in or
optional serial interface module). If you wish to use your PC to configure, program, and check the status of your OmniPro II,
contact your dealer for the appropriate software for your PC.
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Now press 9 (good-bye) to make the OmniPro II hang up. Hang up your phone and call your premises to be sure that it wasn't
someone who has forgotten their code. If not, call the police.
Built-In Ethernet Port
The built-in Ethernet port (J6) allows a device to connect to the OmniPro II controller via a network (i.e. Ethernet, Internet) using
a secure, encrypted communication link. The Ethernet port transports LEVITON application-level packets containing Omni-Link
serial protocol messages over IP. The controller supports 3 unique client “sessions” which means 3 devices may actively be
connected and communicating with the controller simultaneously over the Ethernet port.
Controller IP Address, Port Number, and Encryption Key
The controller’s local IP address and port number set the local network parameters for the OmniPro II controller. The encryption
key is used to establish a private, secure connection with the connected device.
These Setup items can only be assigned and changed from an LEVITON console. These items can not be assigned or changed via
PC Access; although the IP address and port number may be viewed via PC Access - See Set Up Miscellaneous.
OmniPro II Ethernet Connections
Use a standard network cable to connect the controller to a hub, switch, or router. Use a network crossover cable when
connecting the controller directly to the NIC card on a computer.
When connected to a switch or router, port forwarding must be configured. Port forwarding sets up public services on your
network. The OmniPro II controller listens for all IP/UDP communications addressed to it on the specified UDP port number.
The router will forward all communications on the specified port to the OmniPro II controller.
Connecting to Network via PC Access
To access the controller over the network via PC Access:
1.
Open an OmniPro II account file.
2.
Click Configure >> Network.
If you are connecting from the local network, enter the controller’s IP address under “Network IP Address or
Domain Name”.

If you are connecting from the Internet, enter either the public IP address (the way to reach your local network via
the Internet) or domain name (e.g. www.homeauto.com).
3.
Enter the port number that is configured for the controller.
4.
Select the Encryption tab. Enter the two part encryption key as it is displayed on the console.
5.
Select OK.
6.
Click Connect >> Network >> Connect. PC Access should change from “Off-Line” to “On-Line”.
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The “Modem” item on the main menu has been replaced with the “Connect” item. The submenu under “Connect” then allows
selection of “Modem”, “Serial” or “Network”. When an account file is opened, the connection type will default to “Serial”.
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192.168.0.101
HAI OmniPro II
Controller
To connect to an OmniPro II controller on
a local network using LEVITON PC
Access, under Configure >> Network
enter the controller’s IP address:
Hub or
Router
192.168.0.50
Computer
(i.e. 192.168.0.101)
192.168.0.51
Computer
Local Network
If the controller is connected to the Internet via a dynamic IP address, to locate and communicate with the controller from remote
locations over the Internet using LEVITON PC Access, you must subscribe to a Dynamic DNS (Domain Name Service).
Dynamic DNS is a service that maps your dynamic (changing) IP address to a static (permanent) hostname, allowing you to
access your OmniPro II controller over the Internet using your static hostname instead of an IP address.
A “client” program (typically provided by the Dynamic DNS provider) runs on a PC on your local network and is used to
automatically update your Dynamic DNS provider with your current IP address. Several router/switch manufacturers have
embedded a Dynamic DNS client into their router firmware. These devices work with several of the Dynamic DNS providers,
including both free and commercial services. These devices are especially beneficial because the router can be powered up all the
time, so the dynamic update is always current and is handled by a single device (the router/switch) in the local network. This
allows you to locate and connect to the OmniPro II controller without having a computer on the local network powered up and
running.
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Dynamic DNS
To connect to an OmniPro II controller on
a local network using LEVITON PC
Access, under Configure >> Network
enter the controller’s IP address:
(i.e. 134.42.112.8)
(i.e. 10.0.0.230)
Local / Wide Area Network
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To connect to an OmniPro II controller
from the Internet using LEVITON PC
Access, under Configure >> Network
enter the public IP address:
SETUP
Configuration and Advanced Control Programming (ACP)
The Setup menu is used to configure operating parameters, program your system to do its automated control and security
functions using ACP, and give text and voice descriptions to all of your zones, units, buttons, codes, temperatures, and messages.
To enter the Setup menu, from the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 8 (SETUP) key on the console keypad.
Upon entry to the Setup mode, you will first be prompted to enter a security code:
SET UP
ENTER CODE:
A Master code is required to enter the Setup mode.
SET UP
1=CODES 2=TIME
3=PROG ↓
4=DIAL 5=ARM
6=MISC
7=NAMES 8=VOICE
↑
Set Up Codes
OmniPro II has 99 user codes that you may assign to users of the system. All OmniPro II security codes are 4 digits in length
(0001 to 9999) and must be unique. The controller will not allow the duplication of any user code including the Duress Code.
You may, however, enter “0000” to disable a code.
User Code 1 is always set to a Master code. All other user should be assigned a security code with an authority level, areas that
can be accessed (if area arming is being used), and times in which the code is valid.
To set up a code, from the Setup menu, press the 1 (CODES) key. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the codes.
CODE 2:
0000-9999
0000=DISABLE
The existing code number is not shown on the display. To change the code, enter a four-digit number, and then press the ' # ' key.
Remember the code number. It will not be redisplayed.
Authority Level
Press the (↓) key. You will then be prompted for an authority level for that code:
CODE 2 AUTHORITY:
1=MSTR 2=MGR 3=USER
3
↕
1 = Master
Master codes have complete access to the entire system.
2 = Manager
Manager codes can arm and disarm areas that they have access to, during assigned times. Managers can access the Main Menu if
the system is in High Security Mode, and have telephone access privilege.
3 = User
User codes can only arm and disarm the system in assigned areas, during assigned times. Telephone access is not a privilege.
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When entering a new code, if the code that you enter already exists, the console will beep three times and display:
"*** INVALID CODE *** ". Enter a different code.
Access Areas
After an authority level has been entered, you will be prompted for access areas for the user. Specify which area(s) (if part of
your system) the user has access to by pressing the number for each area.
The display will show all areas that have been enabled for that user. After the area(s) is/are selected, press the ' # ' key.
CODE 2 AREAS:
1 2
0=CLR ↕
You can specify the access (on/off) times for the code; this is, the time periods during which the code is valid.
CODE 2 ON TIME:
8:00 AM MTWTF-- #=CHNG↕
CODE 2 OFF TIME
5:00 PM MTWTF-- #=CHNG↕
The times and days are changed by pressing the ' # ' key. Choose the 1 (TIME) key to change the On or Off times. You will be
prompted to enter the new time. AM/PM must be specified for the time if the AM/PM format is being used, otherwise the entered
time should be 13:00-23:59. Each item defaults to its current value. Press the up arrow key to select Sunrise and press the down
arrow key to select Sunset.
CODE 2(ON/OFF)TIME:
1=TIME 2=DAYS
TIME: 8:00 AM
HHMM ↑=RISE/AM ↓=SET/PM
To change days, press the ' # ' key, then press the 2 (DAYS) key. You will be prompted to enter the day(s) that the code will be
valid. Press 1-7 for Monday - Sunday, 0 for Never, 8 for Weekdays, and 9 for Weekends.
DAY(S): MTWTFSS
1-7=MON-SUN 0=NEVER
Duress Code
If you are forced to disarm the system against your will by an intruder, disarm it as you normally would, but use the Duress Code
instead of your normal code. The system will disarm normally. No sirens will sound, no lights will flash, but the OmniPro II will
perform a silent dial out and say that this is a silent alarm.
DURESS CODE:
0000-9999 0000=DISABLE↑
Set Up Time
To set up time and date, from the Setup menu, press the 2 (TIME) key.
TIME:
HHMM ↑=AM ↓=PM
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To stop a silent dial out, turn your security system off by pressing OFF, then your code.
You will be prompted to enter the new time and date. AM/PM must be specified for the time if that format is being used,
otherwise the entered time should be 13:00-23:59.
Next, you are then prompted with a question that asks if Daylight Savings Time is currently being observed:
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME?
0=NO 1=YES
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If Daylight Savings Time is currently being observed (between spring and fall), set this item to "Yes". If Daylight Savings Time
is not currently being observed (between fall and spring) or is not observed in your geographic location, set this item to "No".
This item is used to correctly calculate the times for sunrise and sunset.
You are only asked this question when you set the time. Once the time is set, OmniPro II will automatically adjust the "time of
day" each time daylight savings time begins and ends.
Finally, you are prompted to enter the current date:
ENTER DATE:
MMDDYY
Enter the current date. If the current date is February 8, 2006, enter it as “0 2 0 8 0 6”.
Advanced Control Programming (ACP)
Your OmniPro II can be programmed to do automated control and security functions on a time schedule or in response to an event
occurring in the system. You may program the following items:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Unit Numbers: On, Off, On for time, Off for time, Dim, Brighten, Dim for time, Brighten for time, Level, and Scene
Settings for LEVITON Communicating Thermostats
PESM control: On, Off, On for time, Off for time, and Heat and Cool setback temperatures
Temperatures: Low and High temperatures
All lights On, All Off
Security modes Off, Day, Night, Away, Vacation, Day(Instant), and Night(Delay) and bypass and restore zones
Buttons (Events)
Messages: Show, Log, Clear, Say, Phone, and Send
The OmniPro II executes programs:
•
•
•
•
Once at a certain time on a certain date (One-Time Program)
On a certain date every year (Yearly Program)
Repeatedly (Repeating Programs)
In response to an event (Button Programs)
You can also specify 2 conditions in each program, so that they only run under certain circumstances.
The program may specify up to 2 conditions that must be true for the program to execute. When programming from the console,
only 1 condition can be selected. If 2 conditions must be specified for a single program line, it must be entered using the PC
Access Software.
Each program can be set up to execute at a certain time of day or on the occurrence of a particular event in the system. When this
time or event occurs, the programmed action will be taken if, and only if, the specified condition(s) is also true at that time.
The Program menu allows you to add, review, change, and delete automation programs. To enter the Program menu, from the
Setup menu, press the 3 (PROG) key.
SET UP PROGRAMS
1=ADD
2=SHOW 3=DELETE
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Every line of programming in the OmniPro II controller consists of three pieces. Each line must have at least an event (when)
and a result (command). The "&IF" statement (condition) is optional in all programming lines.
1 = Add Programs
The 1 (ADD) key is used to add new automation programs to the system. When you press the 1 (ADD) key, the Edit Program
menu is displayed which allows the various parts of a program to be specified - See Edit Program. You may edit each part of the
program as specified under Edit Program. Press the ' # ' key at the Edit Program menu to show the newly entered program.
Press the ' # ' key again to save the program, or press the ' * ' key to return to the Edit Program menu to cancel entry of the new
program and return to the Set Up Programs menu.
Once the new program is entered, the display will return to the Set Up Programs menu.
2 = Show Programs
The 2 (SHOW) key is used to review, edit, and delete existing programs. From the Set Up Program menu, press the 2 (SHOW)
key. The display prompts you to specify which program to be reviewed.
1=CTRL
4=ALL
Menu 1 Menu 2 Menu 3 Menu 4 Menu 5 Menu # -
2=SEC
5=TEMP
3=BTTN
#=EVERY
Programs for a particular control unit number
All Security related programs
Programs for a particular macro button
Programs for All On/Off functions
Programs for a particular Temperature zone
Displays every program
Selecting the 1 (CTRL) or 5 (TEMP) key will prompt you to specify the desired unit or temperature zone. These can be specified
by entering the number, followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of items.
UNIT:
ENTER UNIT
↓
TEMPERATURE ZONE
ENTER TEMPERATURE ZONE ↓
Selecting the 3 (BTTN) key will prompt you to specify the desired button number. These can be specified by entering the
number, followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of items.
BUTTON:
ENTER BUTTON
#=MENU ↓
BUTTON TYPE
1=CTRL 2=SEC
4=ALL
7=MISC
3=ZONE ↓
5=ALARM 6=X-10
↑
If there are no programs for the specified item, the console will beep three times and will display:
*** NO PROGRAMS ***
Otherwise, a help screen is displayed:
Press # to delete or
edit displayed program.↓
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Pressing the ' # ' key first will bring up a menu of event button types to select from:
The first program is displayed once the down arrow is pressed. The top line displays the time or button/event that activates the
program and any condition that must be true for the program to activate. The bottom line shows the command to execute when
the program is activated.
10:00 PM MTWTFSS &AWAY
Living Rm Lt ON
6:00 AM 10/10
PROGRAM DAY
&NIGHT
WHEN AWAY:
ALL OFF
When 2 conditions are part of a single program, the conditions are not displayed on the console. Instead, "&MULTI" is displayed
to let you know that this program line contains 2 conditions. To view or edit the program, you must use the PC Access Software.
WHEN ZONE 1 NR:
FOYER LIGHT ON
&MULTI
The arrow keys are used to scroll through the programs. Pressing the ' # ' key while a particular program is displayed will allow
that program to be edited or deleted. The display shows:
SHOW PROGRAM
1=EDIT 2=DELETE

Press the 1 (EDIT) key to edit the selected program. The Edit Program menu is displayed which allows the various
parts of the program to be changed - See Edit Program. Edit each part of the program as specified under Edit Program.
Press the ' # ' key at the Edit Program menu to show the newly edited program. Press the ' # ' key again to save the
program, or press the ' * ' key to cancel edit of this program and return to reviewing the programs.

Press the 2 (DELETE) key to delete the selected program.
3 = Delete All Programs
To delete All automation programs, from the Set Up Program menu, press the 3 (DELETE) key. The display will prompt you to
confirm the deletion.
DELETE ALL PROGRAMS?
0=NO 1=YES
NOTE: IF YOU CHOOSE THIS OPTION, ALL OF YOUR PROGRAMS WILL BE LOST PERMANENTLY.
Edit Programs
The Edit Program menu is used to specify each part of an automation program.
EDIT PROGRAM
1=WHEN 2=CMD
3=&COND
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Selecting 1 (WHEN) allows the time or event that activated the program to be specified.
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Selecting 2 (CMD) allows you to specify the action to be taken when the program is executed.
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Selecting 3 (&COND) allows a condition to be specified that must be true for the program to be executed at the
specified time.
Each of these items defaults to its current setting for an existing program that is being edited, or to a default value for a new
program. For each program, it is only necessary to specify the time or event and the action to be taken. It is not necessary to
specify a condition on the program if the action should be taken whenever the specified time or event occurs.
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Select 1 (YES) to delete all automation control programs in the system. Select 0 (NO) or press the ' * ' key to return to the Set Up
Program menu.
Edit Programs When
Selecting the 1 (WHEN) key, from the Edit Program menu, allows the time or button/event that activates the program to be
changed. The display shows:
EDIT WHEN
1=TIMED 2=BUTTON
Times Programs
Selecting 1 (TIMED) sets the program to be activated at a specific time of day. You are prompted to enter the time and date or
days of week. The current default value is shown for each item. Press ' # ' to accept the default.
12:00 AM
5/17
1=TIME 2=DATE/DAY
Select 1 (TIME) to enter the new time. If the desired time is the time in which sunrise or sunset will occur, press the up arrow key
for sunrise, or the down arrow key for sunset before entering a time.
TIME: 12:00 AM
HHMM ↑=RISE/AM ↓=SET/PM
You may also choose to have the program execute up to 120 minutes before or after the time of sunrise or sunset.
SUNSET
1=BEFORE
2=AFTER
#=AT
If the 1(BEFORE) or 2(AFTER) key is selected, you will be prompted to select the amount of minutes:
ENTER OFFSET:
0-120 MINUTES
When entering a time of day, AM/PM must be specified for the time if the AM/PM format is being used. Otherwise the entered
time should be 13:00-23:59.
TIME: 8:00 AM
HHMM ↑=RISE/AM ↓=SET/PM
Select 2 (DATE/DAY) to enter a new date or days of week.
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DATE: 10/15
MMDD ↓=DAY
Next, specify if the program will run once (on the specified date and then be deleted) or if the program will run every year on the
specified date (yearly).
RUN PROGRAM
1=ONCE
2=YEARLY
To change days, press the down arrow (DAY) key. You will be prompted to enter the day(s) that the program will be activated.
Press 1-7 for Monday - Sunday, 0 for Once, 8 for Weekdays, and 9 for Weekends, then ' # '.
DAY(S): M-W-F-1-7=MON-SUN 0=ONCE
Press the ' # ' key and the display will then return to the Edit Program menu:
EDIT PROGRAM
1=WHEN 2=CMD
3=&COND
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Button and Event Programs
Selecting 2 (BUTTON), from the "Edit When" menu, sets up a program to be activated when a macro button is executed or an
event occurs. The user is prompted to specify the button/event that activates the program:
BUTTON:
ENTER BUTTON
#=MENU ↓
A specific macro button may be activated by entering the button number followed by the ' # ' key, or by using the arrow keys to
scroll through a list of buttons.
To program specific event buttons (i.e. Front Door Opens, Security Armed Away, Porch Light Turns On, etc.), press the ' # ' key
to bring up a menu of event button types:
BUTTON TYPE
1=CTRL 2=SEC
4=ALL
7=MISC
3=ZONE ↓
5=ALARM 6=X-10
8=MSG 9=SWITCH ↑
After the event button is specified, the display returns to the Edit Program menu.
Control Unit / Switch Press Event Buttons
This Event Button is activated upon the following:
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When the specified Unit is turned on or off
When the top-rocker or bottom-rocker is pressed on a UPB, RadioRA, or ALC switch
When a button is pressed on a UPB 6-Button or 8-Button Keypad
When a button is pressed on a RadioRA Master Control
When a button is pressed on a ALC 4-Button Scene Switch Module
When a button is pressed on a CentraLite StarLite Keypad
Press the 1 (CTRL) key to select the "When Command" for a control unit event.
UNIT:
ENTER UNIT
↓
WHEN Porch Light:
0=OFF 1=ON 2=SWITCH
Press the 0 (OFF) key to select when the unit turns off or press the 1 (ON) key to select when the unit turns on (this program is
executed whenever the unit is turned off or on).
Press the 2 (SWITCH) key to select only when the top-rocker or bottom-rocker is pressed at a UPB, RadioRA, or ALC Switch
(locally at the Switch) or when a button is pressed on a keypad.
SWITCH:
0=OFF 1=ON 2-11=SW1-SW10
Press "0" to select only when the bottom-rocker (off) is pressed on the Switch. Press "1" to select only when the top-rocker (on)
is pressed on the Switch. Press "2-9" (see the Corresponding Switch Table) to select when that button is pressed on a keypad.
Press the ' # ' key to enter your selection.
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The unit may be selected by entering the unit number followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through a list of
unit names. Select the desired unit. Next, you are prompted to specify the event that activates the program:
Corresponding Switch Table
Switch
OmniPro II
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
UPB 6-Button
Keypad
On Button
Off Button
A
B
C
D
UPB 8-Button
Keypad
1 or E
2 or F
3 or G
4 or H
5 or I
6 or J
7 or K
8 or L
RadioRA
Master Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ALC 4-Button
1
2
3
4
StarLite
Keypad
1
2
3
Security Mode Event Buttons
Pressing the 2 (SEC) key allows you to select the event button that will be activated when a security mode changes:
0=OFF
3=AWAY
1=DAY
2=NIGHT
4=VACATION
↕
After the security mode is selected, an additional menu appears which allows you to further specify the event button. For
example, you would like to activate an event button when you arm the system into the 3 (AWAY) mode:
WHEN AWAY:
1=DELAY 2=CODE
3=AREA
Any of these may be selected alone or in combination. As each item is specified, the menu is redisplayed with the updated event
button description. Press the ' # ' key when done.
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Selecting 1 (DLY) allows the user to specify whether the event button is activated at the start or end of the exit delay:
WHEN ACTIVATED?
1=START EXIT 2=END EXIT
WHEN AWAY:
WHEN A-AWY:
(END OF DELAY)
(START OF DELAY)
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When you specify that the event button is activated at the start of the delay by pressing the 1 (START EXIT) key, the mode is
prefixed by "A-" for "arming into".
When the system is armed in the Day (instant) or Night (delay) mode, event buttons for the Day and Night modes are executed,
respectively.
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Selecting 2 (CODE) allows you to specify that the event button is activated only when a particular code is used. You will be
prompted to enter the code:
ENTER USER CODE:
1-16
0=ALL ↓
You should enter the user code by entering the code number followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll through
a list of code names.
WHEN C1 AWAY:
1=DELAY 2=CODE
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3=AREA
Selecting 3 (AREA) allows you to specify that the event button is activated only when the specified area is armed or
disarmed. You will be prompted to enter the area:
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AREA:
ENTER AREA
0=ALL ↓
The area number should be entered followed by the ' # ' key, or the arrow keys may be used to scroll through a list of areas.
WHEN C1 A1 AWAY:
1=DELAY 2=CODE 3=AREA
Zone Event Buttons
Pressing the 3 (ZONE) key allows you to select the event button for a zone activation event. You are first prompted to enter the
desired zone number:
ZONE:
ENTER ZONE
↓
The zone number should be entered followed by the ' # ' key, or the arrow keys may be used to scroll through a list of zones. The
desired zone is then displayed and you are prompted to specify the state that activates the event button:
WHEN Front Door:
0=SECURE
1=NOT RDY
All On/Off Event Buttons
Pressing the 4 (ALL) key allows you to specify an event button activated by issuing an All On or an All Off command, issuing a
Leviton Scene command, or issuing a UPB Link command. You are first prompted to specify whether the event button is for All
Lights On, All Off, Leviton Scene, or UPB Link:
ALL
0=OFF 1=ON 2=SCN 3=LINK↓
If area arming is being used, you will be prompted to specify the desired area:
AREA:
ENTER AREA
0=ALL ↓
If Leviton Scene is selected, you must first specify the scene number:
ENTER SCENE:
1-256
If UPB Link is selected, you must first specify the link number:
ENTER LINK:
1-250
Then select the specified command Off, On, or Set.
UPB Link Event Buttons
When a program is created that uses “When Link On” as the trigger, the program will execute when a “Link Activate”, “Link
Goto” (as long as the result of the Goto command is not “0”), or “Link Fade Start” (as long as the result to the Fade command is
not “0”) message is received.
When a program is created that uses “When Link Off” as the trigger, the program will execute when a “Link Deactivate” or “Link
Goto” (where the result of the Goto command is “0”) message is received.
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create a program that uses “When Link Fade Stop” as the trigger. When this
trigger is used, the program will execute when the “Link Fade Stop” message is received.
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Then select the specified command Off, On, or Set.
Alarm Event Buttons
Pressing the 5 (ALARM) key allows you to specify an event button activated upon the occurrence of an alarm. You are first
prompted to select the type of alarm:
SELECT ALARM TYPE
ANY TYPE
↓
The arrow keys are used to select from a list of alarm types:
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ANY ALARM
BURGLARY ALARM
FIRE ALARM
GAS ALARM
AUXILIARY ALARM
FREEZE ALARM
WATER ALARM
DURESS ALARM
TEMPERATURE ALARM
Press the ' # ' key when the desired alarm type is shown. You are then prompted to specify the area, if area arming is being used:
AREA:
ENTER AREA
0=ALL ↓
T he area number should be entered followed by the ' # ' key, or the arrow keys may be used to scroll through a list of areas.
X-10 Event Buttons
Pressing the 6 (X-10) key allows you to specify an event button activation upon receipt of an X-10 command from a source
external to OmniPro II. The OmniPro II can also respond to scene changes initiated at Compose keypads and dimmers. When a
scene change is initiated, OmniPro II can activate an event button program. You are first prompted to enter the X-10 house code:
X-10 HOUSE CODE:
1-16=A-P
X-10 UNIT CODE:
1-16
0=ALL
Finally, you are prompted to specify the command that activates the event button:
WHEN X-10 A1:
0=OFF 1=ON 2=SCENE
After specifying the X-10 House Code and X-10 Unit Code, select 0 for Off, 1 for On, or 2 for Scene.
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You are then prompted to enter the X-10 unit code:
"Off" events will be activated whenever the selected device is turned off. "On" events will be activated whenever the selected
device is turned on. "Scene" events will be activated whenever the selected device is set to the specified scene. "On" events will
also be activated whenever the selected device is set to a scene other than off.
Miscellaneous Event Buttons
Pressing the 7 (MISC) key allows you to select an event button from a list of other event buttons. You are first prompted to select
the event button:
SELECT BUTTON:
WHEN PHONE DEAD
↓
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The arrow keys are used to select from a list of event buttons:
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•
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•
•
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•
•
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
ENERGY LO
ENERGY MID
ENERGY HI
ENERGY CRIT
PHONE DEAD
PHONE RING
PHONE OFFHK
PHONE ONHOOK
AC PWR OFF
AC PWR ON
BATTERY LOW
BATTERY OK
DCM FAIL
DCM OK
CAMERA (1-6)*
*When a camera input (1-6) is pressed on an OmniTouch with Video.
Message Event Buttons (Pro-Link)
Pressing the 8 (MSG) key allows you to select an event button from a list of the 64 text messages. You are first prompted to
select the message:
MESSAGE:
ENTER MESSAGE
↓
The message may be entered by entering the message number followed by the ' # ' key or by using the arrow keys to scroll
through the list of messages.
Pro-Link also has the capability to monitor the serial port for incoming text messages. When a text message is received, Pro-Link
searches through all 128 text messages for a matching message. If one is found, the When Message Received event button
corresponding to the matching message is activated.
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One or more characters have been received followed by 100 ms of silence
One or more characters followed by a carriage return character are received
One or more characters followed by a line feed character are received
It is not necessary to enter the terminating carriage return or line feed character as part of the message name.
Switch Press Event Buttons (CentraLite)
When a button is pressed on a CentraLite keypad, the "When Switch" program is activated.
Pressing the 9 (SWITCH) key allows you to select the "When Command" for a switch pressed activated event.
You are first prompted to enter the switch number:
SWITCH NUMBER:
1-127
↓ Enter the switch number followed by the ' # ' key.
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Pro-Link determines that a message has been received when:
Edit Program Command
Selecting 2 (CMD), from the Edit Program menu, allows the commanded action for the program to be specified. The following
menu is displayed:
1=CONTROL
3=BUTTON
2=SECURITY
↓
4=ALL
5=TEMP
8=MESSAGE
6=ENERGY
↑
After the command is specified, the display returns to the Edit Program menu:
Program Control Commands
Press the 1 (CONTROL) key to command lights and appliances. Specify the desired command - See Control.
Porch Light (Unit Name)
0=OFF 1=ON 2=DIM 3=BRT ↓
Porch Light (Unit Name)
4=LVL 5=RMP 9=TIM #=STA↑
If the selected unit is part of a House Code that is configured to use the Compose Format, the second page of the menu is
modified to allow Scene commands. Consequentially, the Level and Ramp Commands are removed from the menu.
Entry Lights (Unit Name)
4=SCN 9=TIM
#=STA↑
If the selected unit is not capable of dim and bright commands, only a single menu is shown.
Porch Light (Unit Name)
0=OFF 1=ON 9=TIM #=STA
If the selected unit is UPB, press 6 (LED) to control an LED on a UPB Keypad.
On the 6-Button Keypad: LED 1 is behind the “On” button, LED 2 is behind the “Off” button, and LED 3-6 is behind the A-D
buttons, respectively. On the 8-button Keypad: LED 1-8 is behind the 1-8 buttons, respectively. For example:
WHEN U1 SW 3:
UNIT 1 LED 3 ON
If the selected unit is UPB, the # (STA) key is used to request the status form the specified UPB device.
WHEN LINK 1 ON:
Porch Light STATUS
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This program illuminates the “A” button (on a 6-Button Keypad) when the “A” button on that keypad controller is pressed. This
program can also be used to illuminate the “3” button (on an 8-Button Keypad) when the “3” button is pressed.
When “Link 1 On” is received on the UPB network, OmniPro II sends a status request message to the UPB Wall Switch (named
Porch Light) to acquire its current status.
This “Status Request” program is particularly beneficial to keep the current state of UPB devices that are altered by a “lighting
scene” (Link On or Link Off) command. When the Link On or Link Off command is transmitted by a 6-Button or 8-Button
Keypad Controller, each device that has that Link pre-configured will respond to its preset levels. At this point, OmniPro II no
longer knows the exact state of the units that responded to the specified Link command until the switch is pressed locally, the
controller sends a command message to the device, or a Status Request message is issued to the device.
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Unit Toggle Command
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to toggle any unit (1-511) from its current state to the opposite
state. When the program is executed, the unit will toggle to Off if the unit is currently in a non-off state (On, On for time, Level
1-100, Scene A-L, Dimmed Steps, Dimmed for time, Brightened Steps, or Brightened for time). When the program is executed,
the unit will toggle to On if the unit is currently Off.
Note: If a unit is currently timed (On for time, Dimmed for time, Brightened for time, or Off for time), when the toggle program
is executed, the unit will toggle to the opposite state and will defeat the timer.
This programming feature will simplify programming when using a button on a UPB, Compose, ALC, or RadioRA keypad to
toggle a light on and off with the push of a single button. For example:
WHEN FRONT FOYER SW1 PRESSED: FRONT FOYER TOGGLE
UPB Blink Command
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to blink any UPB device. If you are using HLC, you can not
blink an HLC room (i.e. the 1st or 9th unit in an HLC house code); you can however blink all of the devices within the HLC room,
individually.
When setting up the blink program, you will be asked to select one of four blink rates (0.25sec, 0.5sec, 1sec, or 2sec). When the
program is executed, the unit will begin blinking either indefinitely or for a specified period of time. If timed, the unit will return
to its previous state once the timer has expired.
Note: If a unit is currently timed (On for time, Dimmed for time, Brightened for time, or Off for time), when the blink program is
executed, the unit will begin blinking and the previous timer is disabled.
This programming feature will simplify programming when attempting to have a unit blink for a certain event such as an alarm.
For example:
WHEN ANY ALARM: HALLWAY LIGHT BLINK (1.00SEC) FOR 5 MINUTES
Timed Level Command
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to set the light level for a specified time. For example, when the
Front Door opens and it is dark outside, you can have the Foyer Light illuminate at 50% for 5 minutes with a single program line.
At the end of the timer duration, the light will return to its previous state. For example if the light level of the Foyer Light was at
25% prior to the Front Door opening, the light level will return to 25% five minutes after the door opens.
Program Security Commands
Press the 2 (SECURITY) key to arm and disarm the security system, or to bypass and restore an individual zone. The following
menu is displayed:
0=OFF
1=DAY
2=NIGHT
↓
3=AWAY 4=VACATION
5=DAY INST
8=BYPASS
6=NIGHT DLY
9=RESTORE ↑
Select (0-6) to arm the system into the desired mode or select the 8 key to Bypass and the 9 key to Restore a security zone. If area
arming is being used, the display will then prompt you for the area to be armed:
AREA
ENTER AREA
0=ALL ↓
Enter the area number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to scroll through a list of areas. Press the ' # ' key first to
specify all areas.
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WHEN FRONT DOOR NOT READY &IF DARK: FOYER LIGHT TO 50% FOR 5 MINUTES
Program Button Commands
Select the 3 (BUTTON) key to program a macro button. Specify the macro button to be executed - See Button Programs.
BUTTON:
ENTER BUTTON
#=MENU ↓
Program All On / All Off Commands
Select the 4 (ALL) key to program All Lights On and All Units Off commands. It is also used to program Leviton Scenes, UPB
Link, RadioRA Phantom Button, or CentraLite Scene.
ALL
0=OFF 1=ON 2=SCN 3=LINK↓
ALL
4=PHANTOM 5=CENLIT
↑
If area arming is being used, the display will then prompt you for the area to control. Enter the area number followed by the ' # '
key, or use the arrow keys to scroll through a list of areas. Press the ' # ' key first to specify all areas.
Program Video Commands
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to display a camera automatically on an OmniTouch with Video
touchscreen when an event occurs.
You can specify which camera and which touchscreen(s) will display the video when the event takes place. When the event takes
place, it switches each of the specified touchscreens to full screen video.
Program Temperature Commands
Select the 5 (TEMP) key to control LEVITON Communicating Thermostats, energy saver modules, and temperature sensors.
Specify the desired command - See Temperature.
TEMPERATURE:
ENTER TEMP ZONE
0=ALL ↓
Raise or Lower Temperature Command
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Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to raise or lower temperatures by a specified number of degrees
(between 1-45 degrees Fahrenheit or 0.5 – 25.0 degrees Celsius). When using this command, specify either raise or lower the
heat or cool temperature setpoint and number of degrees.
This feature will allow you to raise or lower the temperature from its current (comfortable) setting when you change the security
mode (e.g. you leave the house) and have it return to that temperature when you return home.
WHEN AWAY: DOWNSTAIRS RAISE COOL SETPOINT 5
WHEN OFF: DOWNSTAIRS LOWER COOL SETPOINT 5
Program Energy Cost
Select the 6 (ENERGY) key to command the energy cost rate. Specify the desired energy cost rate:
ENERGY COST:
0=LO 1=MID 2=HI 3=CRIT
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Program Message Commands
Select the 8 (MESSAGE) key to show, log, clear, say, phone, or send a message. Specify the desired command - See Message.
MESSAGE
1=SHOW 2=LOG
3=CLEAR↓
4=SAY
5=PHONE 6=SEND
↑
The 1 (SHOW) key allows you to display the selected text message(s) on the console's top-level display. This can be a helpful
reminder of special events and occasions.
The 2 (LOG) key allows you to store the selected text message(s) in the Event Log. This can be a helpful to keep track of the
times and dates of events and occurrences.
The 3 (CLEAR) key allows you to clear the selected text message, or all text messages from the console's display.
The 4 (SAY) key allows the controller to say the selected voice message over a speaker. This voice message can be an audible
reminder of special events and occasions (i.e. "Front Door Open" when the front door is opened).
The 5 (PHONE) key allows the controller to call the selected phone number and say the selected voice message.
The 4 (SEND) key allows you to send any a text messages through the Pro-Link serial port.
Display Message without Beeping / Without Beeping or Flashing the LED
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, when creating programs to display a message on a console or touchscreen, you can specify
if the message will be displayed “With Beep” (the console will beep 5 times), “No Beep” (the console will not beep, but the LED
will flash), or “No Beep or LED” (the message will be displayed on the console but the console will not beep or flash the LED).
When a message is displayed and “No Beep” is selected, the LED on the console will continue to flash until you acknowledge it
by pressing “*” key. Furthermore, on a touchscreen, the message will be displayed in the center of the screen until you
acknowledge it by pressing the “OK” button.
When a message is displayed and “No Beep or LED” is selected, the message will simply be displayed on the status line of the
console or touchscreen; no audible or visual indication is given.
SUNSET M--T---: SHOW TRASH NIGHT NO BEEP OR LED
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to beep a console (or touchscreen) or all consoles (or
touchscreens).
You can program the console(s) to beep once per second indefinitely, to turn off a previous “beeper on” command, or a single
beep 1-5 times.
WHEN POOL DOOR NOT READY: ALL CONSOLES BEEP 5
Enable or Disable Beeper Programmatically
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to either enable or disable the console or touchscreen beeper;
individually or all devices.
When the beeper is disabled, no audible beeps are emitted from the device, except for alarm
conditions. All other beeps (i.e. entry and perimeter chimes, audible exit delay, entry pre-alarm, error beeps, confirmation beeps,
trouble beeps, etc.) will not be emitted from the respective console or touchscreen.
This may be used to disable the beeper in a bedroom at night.
WHEN NIGHT: CONSOLE 5 DISABLE BEEPS
WHEN OFF: CONSOLE 5 ENABLE BEEPS
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Beep Command
Edit Program Condition
Selecting the 3 (&COND) key, from the Edit Program menu, allows the condition for the program to be specified. The condition
is optional in all program lines. This condition must be true when the program time or event occurs for the program to executed.
Note: Two (2) conditions can be specified in each program line; however, when programming from the console, only 1 condition
can be selected. If 2 conditions must be specified for a single program line, it must be entered using the PC Access Software.
When 2 conditions are part of a single program, the conditions are not displayed on the console. Instead, "&MULTI" is displayed
to let you know that this program line contains 2 conditions. To view or edit the program, you must use the PC Access Software.
The following menu is displayed:
SELECT CONDITION
1=CTRL 2=SEC
3=ZONE ↓
9=TIME
#=MISC
↑
After the condition is specified, the display returns to the Edit Program menu.
Program Control Conditions
Press the 1 (CTRL) key to specify that the program should only execute if a specified control unit is either On or Off.
The display prompts for the unit number:
UNIT:
ENTER UNIT
↓
Enter the unit number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the unit.
The unit is displayed and the display prompts for the state of the unit:
IF Porch Light:
0=OFF 1=ON
Program Security Mode Conditions
0=OFF 1=DAY 2=NIT 3=AWY
4=VAC 5=DYI 6=NTD
Next, select whether the system is considered in the specified mode during the exit delay:
INCLUDE EXIT DELAY?
0=NO 1=YES
If area arming is being used, the display will then prompt you to specify the area.
Program Zone Conditions
WEB VERSION
Press the 2 (SEC) key to specify that the program should only execute if the security system is armed in a particular mode. Select
the security mode from the following menu:
Select the 3 (ZONE) key to specify that the program should only execute if a specified security zone is either Secure or Not
Ready. The display prompts you for the zone number:
ZONE:
ENTER ZONE
↓
Enter the zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the zone.
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The zone will be displayed and you will be prompted for the state of the zone:
IF Front Door:
0=SECURE
1=NOT RDY
Program Time Clock Conditions
Select the 9 (TIME) key to specify that the program should only execute if a specified Time Clock is either On or Off. The
display prompts you for the Time Clock number:
ENTER TIME CLOCK:
1-3
Enter the Time Clock number followed by the ' # ' key.
Next, specify the state of the time clock:
IF TIME CLOCK 1:
0=OFF 1=ON
Program Other Conditions
Select the # (OTHER) key to select a condition from a list of other conditions.
SELECT CONDITION:
NONE
↓
Choose "NONE" when editing a program and choose not to conditionalize the program.
SELECT CONDITION:
NEVER
↕
Choose "NEVER" if you wish to temporarily deactivate a program without deleting it.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
IF
LIGHT
DARK
ENERGY LO
ENERGY MID
ENERGY HI
ENERGY CRIT
PHONE DEAD
PHONE RING
PHONE OFFHK
PHONE ONHOOK
AC PWR OFF
AC PWR ON
BATTERY LOW
BATTERY OK
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Other conditions include:
Set Up Dial
The Set Up Dial menu is used to configure all of the telephone related items for the OmniPro II. To enter the Set Up Dial menu,
from the Setup menu, press the 4 (DIAL) key. Use the arrows to scroll through the items. For each item, the top line displays a
description of the item and its current setting. The bottom line shows the available ranges for your selections.
Phone numbers can be up to 24 characters long. The number is shown on the bottom line of the display. Press the OFF key to
enter a ' - ' into the number. Press the DAY key to specify a pause of 2 seconds (shown as a "T" on the display). Press the
NIGHT key to enter a ' # ' into the number. Enter a single ' - ' for no number.
Telephone Access
The Telephone Access item allows you to turn the local (in-house) and remote telephone control feature on and off.
If set to On, the OmniPro II will allow local and remote telephone access as described in Telephone Control. If set to Off, the
OmniPro II will not answer incoming calls ever, and will not work on the in house phones. Dial outs will still occur, and the
system will operate normally when the OmniPro II dials out.
If you do not have your OmniPro II connected to a phone line, set Telephone Access to Off to keep the system from displaying
"PHONE LINE DEAD". The default setting for Telephone Access is On.
Answer Outside Call
If you do not want your system to Answer Outside Call, set this item to No. The local (in-house) telephone control features will
still work, but the system will never answer an incoming call.
The default setting for Answer Outside Call is Yes.
Remote Commands
The Remote Commands Ok item allows you to prevent any commands from being issued from a remote telephone.
If Remote Commands Ok is set to Yes, the OmniPro II will allow all commands to be executed when called from a remote
telephone. If Remote Commands Ok is set to No, then lights, appliances, and the security system cannot be controlled from a
remote telephone that dials into your home.
You can issue commands from a local (in-house) phone with Remote Commands Ok set to Yes or No. The default setting is Yes.
Rings Before Answer
To change Rings Before Answer, enter the new number from 1 to 15, then press the ' # ' key. The factory default setting is 8.
Dial Type
WEB VERSION
Your phone must ring this number of times before the OmniPro II will answer an incoming call to your phone.
The Dial Type specifies the type of dialing used when the OmniPro II dials out. If you do not have Touch-Tone service, then Dial
Type must be set to Pulse.
The default Dial Type is Tone.
My Phone Number
My Phone Number is the phone number that will be announced when the OmniPro II dials out in the event of an alarm. It should
be set to the phone number of the premises where your system is installed.
To enter phone numbers, press the keypad keys 0 - 9. You can put in a dash (-) for legibility by pressing the Off key.
Press the ' # ' key after you have pressed all of the digits in the phone number. For example, to enter the number 555-1234, press
555 "OFF" 1234 #.
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Dial Out Number 1
Dial Out Number 1 is one of the 8 numbers that are stored in the system. In the event of an alarm, these numbers are dialed in the
order that is set up in the Dial Out Order for the particular type of alarm. Dial out numbers 1 - 8 have On and Off times and days,
so that no time is wasted calling you at the office at night or on a Sunday if the alarm is activated.
For dial out number 1, you should enter your office number where you can be reached during working hours.
Enter the phone number the same way as described for My Phone Number.
You can cause the system to pause for two seconds between digits of the number by pressing the DAY key, which puts a T in the
number. Multiple Ts for longer pauses are allowed. You can also press the NIGHT key (*) and the AWAY key (#) for symbols
to get through some types of telephone or pocket beeper/pager systems.
To prevent a call waiting line from interfering with the dial out, you may use the call waiting cancel sequence at the beginning of
the number. The call waiting sequence is typically ' * 7 0 T ' (T = pause); however this may vary depending on your region.
If you wish to remove a phone number for a particular dial out number, press OFF then ' # ' (with the display showing a Dial Out
Number) to enter a single dash (-).
Phone numbers can be up to 24 digits.
DIAL OUT 1 ON
DIAL OUT 1 OFF
Dial Out Number 1 has two times associated with it, an On and Off time. The OmniPro II will only call this number if the time
and days are between the Dial Out 1 On and Dial Out 1 Off times and dates.
Press # to change the On and Off times - See Set Up Codes.
DIAL OUT 1 ON:
12:00 AM MTWTFSS #=CHNG↕
DIAL OUT 1 OFF:
NEVER
#=CHNG↕
For example, if your normal work hours are 8 to 5 Monday through Friday, then set Dial Out 1 On to 8:00 AM MTWTF and Dial
Out 1 OFF to 5:00 PM MTWTF. With these settings, the system will call Dial Out Number 1 only if the alarm is activated on
weekdays between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The Time that was entered before setting an On or Off time to Never is saved, and will be redisplayed when a day is set in place
of Never. Setting both the Dial Out 1 On and the Dial Out 1 OFF times to Never will make Dial Out Number 1 never active.
Dial Out Numbers 2-8
The default Dial Out On and Off times are the same as Dial Out Number 1.
Dial Order
The dial order is the order in which call all will be placed if an Alarm is activated.
You can have the system make up to 8 calls in the event of an alarm. You may chose from Dial Out Numbers 1 - 8. You can
have the system dial a number twice (or more) which is suggested if you don't have a direct dial number at work, so that your
company operator can find you, if you aren't at your desk, and have you alerted for the next call.
Up to eight numbers may be entered. Enter the Dial Out Order by pressing the keypad digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 for Dial Out
Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8, respectively. When you have entered the dial order of your choice, press ' # '. Enter a single ' 0 '
if no dial out is desired. The default Dial Order is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.
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The default for Dial Out 1 On is 12:00 AM MTWTFSS, and the default for Dial Out 1 Off is Never, so that Dial Out Number 1 is
always active.
Set Up Arming
To configure different arming and disarming options, from the Setup menu, press the 5 (ARM) key.
Entry Delay
The Entry Delay is the time, in seconds, that you have to disarm the alarm system after entering your home. The Entry Delay
only applies to the entry/exit zone (e.g. your entry doors). If you (or someone else) come in through a window, there will be no
entry delay and the alarm will sound immediately.
When you come in through a door on an entry/exit zone, the other zones are delayed too. This allows you to get to your phone or
console to turn off the security system, even if you have to go through a room protected by a motion detector.
Some doors (a back door or garage door) may be configured as a Double or Quadruple Entry Delay. If so, that door has two
times or four times the entry delay shown on the display.
ENTRY DELAY:
30-60 SECONDS
30
↓
The default Entry Delay is 30 seconds. You may change it from 30 to 60 seconds.
Exit Delay
The Exit Delay is the time, in seconds, that you have to leave your house when you turn on the system. When arming the system
in Day, Night, Away, or Vacation modes, the system will wait this amount of time before arming.
EXIT DELAY:
45-180 SECONDS
60
↕
The default Exit Delay is 60 seconds. You may change it from 45 to 180 seconds.
Exit Time Restart
When Exit Time Restart is set to Yes, the Exit Delay will restart if the same exit zone is violated twice within the original exit
delay. For example, after arming the system if you open the front door to leave, close the front door behind you, and then reenter
through the front door while the exit delay is still in effect, the exit delay will be restarted. This is designed to give you additional
time to exit without causing an alarm. The exit time will only be restarted once within a given arming period.
EXIT TIME RESTART:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↕
The default setting for Exit Time Restart is “Yes”.
Unvacated Premises
WEB VERSION
To configure Exit Time Restart, from the Set Up menu, press the 5 (ARM) key.
When Unvacated Premises is set to Yes, if the alarm is armed in Away or Vacation mode and no exit zone is violated during the
exit delay (i.e. the premises was not vacated), the system will automatically arm to Day mode at the expiration of the exit delay.
To configure Unvacated Premises, from the Set Up menu, press the 5 (ARM) key.
UNVACATED PREM:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↕
The default setting for Unvacated Premises is “Yes”.
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Entry/Exit Chime
When Entry/Exit Chime is set to Yes, the console(s) will beep once when a door on an entry/exit zone is opened, even if the alarm
system is off. This lets you know when someone enters and leaves.
The default setting for Entry/Exit Chime is Yes.
Perimeter Chime
When Perimeter Chime is set to Yes, the console(s) will beep once when a window or any other perimeter zone is opened, even if
the alarm system is off.
The default setting for Perimeter Chime is Yes.
Enable Quick Arm
The Quick Arm feature allows the security system to be armed by pressing the desired mode key twice instead of having to enter
your code.
The default setting for Enable Quick Arm is No.
Enable Auto Bypass
The Auto-Bypass feature allows the system to automatically bypass an open zone when the system is armed, rather than setting off
the alarm. In some applications, it may be preferable to allow arming only if all zones are secure (READY).
With Auto-Bypass set to “No”, all zones to be armed must be secure when the system is armed. Otherwise, the console will beep
three times and display "ZONE NOT RDY". If the system is armed and a zone is open when the Exit Delay expires, the alarm
will sound.
The default for Enable Auto Bypass is No.
All On For Alarm
This option will instruct OmniPro II to execute an X-10 All On command in the event that any type of alarm occurs.
Beep On Trouble
If you do not wish to hear the beeping sound when a trouble occurs, set Beep On Trouble to No.
The default setting for Beep On Trouble is Yes.
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If the OmniPro II detects any troubles with itself or one of the zones connected to it, it will display a message on the screen and
beep the console twice per second, continuously (i.e. beep beep...beep beep...). You can silence this sound by pressing the ' * '
key. However, if the trouble occurs again, the beeper will start beeping again.
Set up Miscellaneous
To configure Miscellaneous items in the system, from the Set Up menu, press the 6 (MISC) key.
High Security Mode
In High Security Mode, the Master or Manager code is always required to do the following functions:
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•
Any Control functions
Any Temperature Control
View the Event Log
Access the system from a local phone
With High Security Mode Off, no code is required to access a local telephone.
If your system is set up with High Security Mode On, the display will request the Master or Manager code whenever you select
one of these functions, even if the security system is Off. Simply enter your Master or Manager code.
Your system was shipped from the factory with High Security Mode Off, which allows you to view the event log and access the
local phones without having to enter a code. In most residential applications, this is appropriate. If you have a commercial
installation, or would like added protection from unauthorized access to the system, you may wish to turn on High Security Mode.
Announce Alarms
If a Two-Way Audio Module is being used in a system, this item enables the system to speak the type of alarm and zone over a
speaker on premises. When an alarm first occurs, the siren is activated. After a few seconds, the siren is turned off and the type
of alarm is announced. The siren is then reactivated.
The default for Announce Alarms is No.
Enable Freeze Alarm
If there are one or more Thermostat or PESM in a system, they can also be used to detect a freeze condition - See Freeze Alarm.
The default for Enabled Freeze Alarm is No.
Flash For Alarm
You may enter one unit number that will flash on and off continuously when the alarm is activated. This should be an outside
light to alert neighbors and police to your property if the alarm is activated.
Console 1-16 Audible Exit Delay
WEB VERSION
The default Flash For Alarm is Unit 2. You may enter one number for the unit number you wish to have flash, or ' 0 ' for none.
Consoles (and touchscreens) 1-16 can be configured to beep while the exit delay is in effect. During the last 10 seconds of the
exit delay, the audible indication will beep twice as fast to let you know that you must leave at once.
Press the 0 key to select “No” (this console will not beep during the exit delay) or the 1 key to select “Yes” (this console will beep
during the exit delay). After selecting, press the down-arrow key to change this option for the next console.
CONSOLE 1 AUD EXT:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↕
The default setting for Console 1-16 Audible Exit Delay is Yes.
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House Codes 1-16 Format
House Codes 1-16 can be configured to use the Standard (Preset Dim Command), Extended Code (Level Command), Lightolier's
Compose Mode, UPB (open transmission format), Lutron’s RadioRA transmission format, LEVITON Lighting (HLC), and
CentraLite transmission format.
HC 1 FORMAT:
LEVITON LIGHTING
5
#=CHNG ↕
To change format for House Code 1, press the ' # ' key, and then use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of formats. Press the
' # ' key to select the desired format. After selecting, press the down-arrow key to change format for the next House Code.
FORMAT
NUMBER
STANDARD
EXTENDED
COMPOSE
UPB
RADIO RA
LEVITON LIGHTING
CENTRALITE
VIZIA RF Z-WAVE
0
1
2
3
4
6
7
DESCRIPTION
Preset Dim Command (X-10, X-10 Pro, Leviton, PCS, etc.)
Extended Code Level Command (Leviton)
Compose Mode (Lightolier's Compose)
Universal Powerline Bus (open format)
Lutron RadioRA
5
LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC)
CentraLite Lighting
Vizia RF Z-Wave
The default setting for HC 1-16 Format is 5 (HLC).
House Codes 1-16 All Off
This feature allows you to choose if House Code 1-16 will respond to the “All Off” command. Press the 0 key to select “No” and
the 1 key to select “Yes”. After selecting, press the down-arrow key to change this option for the next House Code. The default
setting for HC 1-16 All Off is Yes.
HC 1 ALL OFF:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↕
1.
When configured, each House Code will affect 2 rooms of HLC or Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting (i.e. HC 1 ALL OFF affects
Room 1 and 2).
2.
When the House Code is configured as UPB, RadioRA, or CentraLite, “House Code All Off” does not affect the state of the
installed devices; however, if this setup item is set to “Yes”, OmniPro II will change the status of all units on that House
Code to “Off” (even though it doesn’t explicitly send an All Off command to those units). If the “House Code All Off” setup
item is set to “No”, OmniPro II will not change the status of units on that House Code.
House Codes 1-16 All On
This feature allows you to choose if House Code 1-16 will respond to the “All On” command. Press the 0 key to select “No” and
the 1 key to select “Yes”. After selecting, press the down-arrow key to change this option for the next House Code. The default
setting for HC 1-16 All On is Yes.
HC 1 ALL ON:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↕
Notes:
1.
When configured, each House Code will affect 2 rooms of HLC or Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting (i.e. HC 1 ALL ON affects
Room 1 and 2).
2.
When the House Code is configured as UPB, RadioRA, or CentraLite, “House Code All On” does not affect the state of the
installed devices; however, if this setup item is set to “Yes”, OmniPro II will change the status of all units on that House
Code to “On” (even though it doesn’t explicitly send an All On command to those units). If the “House Code All On” setup
item is set to “No”, OmniPro II will not change the status of units on that House Code.
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Notes:
Time Clocks
There are three Time Clocks in the system are used to conditionalize programs. They are used solely to define time periods during
the week when certain programs should be enabled or disabled to execute.
TIME CLOCK 1 ON
TIME CLOCK 1 OFF
Specify the on and off times for each Time Clock - See Set Up Codes.
TIME CLOCK 1 ON TIME:
12:00 AM MTWTFSS #=CHNG↕
TIME CLOCK 1 OFF TIME
-NEVER #=CHNG↕
For example, it may be desirable to conditionalize certain programs to execute only during a normal Monday - Friday 9:00 AM 5:00 PM work week.
The default for Time Clock 1 ON is 12:00 AM MTWTFSS, and the default for Time Clock 1 OFF is Never, so that Time Clock 1
is always Enabled.
TIME CLOCK 2 ON
TIME CLOCK 2 OFF
TIME CLOCK 3 ON
TIME CLOCK 3 OFF
Time Clocks 2 and 3 is entered into the system and set for time and dates exactly like the settings for Time Clock 1.
Latitude, Longitude, and Time Zone
The system automatically calculates the time of sunrise and sunset each day. Sunrise/sunset can be specified as the time a
scheduling command is executed, as an enable/disable time, or as a darkness condition on a scheduling command or event button.
To enable the system to properly calculate sunrise and sunset times, you must enter your latitude, location north or south of the
equator, longitude, location east or west of the Prime Meridian, and time zone.
These items should be set to the proper values for the location where the OmniPro II is installed. The latitude and longitude for a
particular location may be obtained from an almanac or map of the area. These values should be entered to the nearest degree.
ZONE
NAME
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ATLANTIC
EASTERN
CENTRAL
MOUNTAIN
PACIFIC
YUKON
ALASKA-HAWAII
BERING
WEB VERSION
The value entered for the time zone is the number of hours difference between local standard time at the OmniPro II location and
Greenwich Mean Time. The following values should be used for the standard time zones in North America:
The value specified for longitude may be adjusted to correct for areas, such as Nova Scotia, where the local time differs from
Greenwich Mean Time by a non-hourly amount. The calculated time of sunrise/sunset will change by four minutes for every
degree change in longitude. To cause the calculated sunrise/sunset to occur later, enter a larger value for longitude. Enter a
smaller value for longitude to cause the time to occur earlier.
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It is not necessary to alter the time zone to compensate for daylight savings time, the OmniPro II will automatically adjust its
calculations for sunrise and sunset, and time when daylight savings time begins and ends.
LATITUDE:
0-60
LATITUDE N/S:
1=NORTH 2=SOUTH
LONGITUDE:
0-180
30
↕
1
↕
90
↕
LONGITUDE E/W:
1=EAST 2=WEST
2
↕
TIME ZONE:
0-12
6
↕
TIME ZONE E/W:
1=EAST 2=WEST
2
↕
Daylight Savings
The OmniPro II automatically calculates the day of daylight savings time each year. It also adjusts the "time of day" each time
daylight savings time begins and ends.
To enable the system to properly calculate daylight savings time, a start month, start weekend, end month, and end weekend is
set-up at the factory. You may change or disable this function if desired.
DST START MONTH:
1-12 0=DISABLE
3
↕
DST START WEEKEND:
SECOND SUNDAY
#=CHNG ↕
DST END MONTH:
1-12 0=DISABLE
11
↕
Set the value for DST Start and End Months to "0" if Daylight Savings Time does not apply to your region, or to disable this
automatic time update feature.
The DST Start and End Weekend takes place on the specified Sunday (1-7) at 2:00 AM.
To change the DST Start or End Weekend, press the ' # ' key, then use the arrow keys to scroll through the list. Press the ' # ' key
to make the new selection.
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DESCRIPTION
First Sunday
Second Sunday
Third Sunday
Fourth Sunday
Last Sunday
Next to Last Sunday
Third from Last Sunday
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DST END WEEKEND:
FIRST SUNDAY
#=CHNG ↑
Controller IP Address
The controller’s local network IP address is used to identify the OmniPro II controller on the network. To view and assign the
controller’s local network IP address, from the Set Up menu, press the 6 (MISC) key. Using the down arrow key (↓), scroll to the
following menu item:
IP ADDRESS
192.168.0.101
↕
The format of the IP address is a 32-bit numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. An IP address has two
components, the network address, and the host address. The first two numbers (e.g. 192.168) represent the Class B network
address and must be the same as the first two numbers of your local network. The second two numbers (e.g. 0.101) identify a
particular host on the local network and may be assigned at random as long as each device on the local network has a unique
address. Each number can be 0 to 255. Enter the 1, 2, or 3 digit number followed by the “#” key to move to the next number.
After the 4th number has been entered, press the “#” key to store the IP address.
Controller Port Number
The controller’s local network port number identifies the logical channel to the OmniPro II controller. For example, port 80 is
used for HTTP traffic; the controller’s local network port number is used for Omni-Link traffic. To view and assign the
controller’s local network port number, from the previous Setup item (IP ADDRESS), press the down arrow key (↓).
PORT NUMBER
0-65535
4369
↕
In most installations, the default port number can remain the same. Port numbers range from 0 to 65535. To change the port
number, enter the new port number followed by the “#” key to store the port number. Port numbers 0 to 1024 are reserved for
designated services and should not be used.
Encryption Key
Encryption and decryption of data between the OmniPro II controller and the connected device is based on the Advanced
Encryption Standard (AES) using a 128-bit cryptographic key. A unique encryption key is randomly assigned to each OmniPro II
controller at the factory (no records of these keys are kept at the factory). It may be left the same (recommended) or it may be
changed as desired. To view and assign the encryption key, from the previous Setup item (PORT NUMBER), press the down
arrow key (↓).
ENCRYPTION KEY PT 1:
6F-1B-26-A2-FF-D9-E4-12↕
ENCRYPTION KEY PT 2:
DC-67-48-8F-D1-3A-EF-70↑
After the last digit (16th digit) has been entered, press the “#” key to store “PT 2” of the encryption key.
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This key consists of 16 bytes (that is 16 2-digit values from 0-9 and/or the letters A-F). It is entered into the controller in two
parts (PT 1 and PT 2) consisting of 8 bytes each. Enter the 2 digit value. To enter the digits A-F, first press the “OFF” key, then
press the 0-5 key respectively (i.e. A1 = OFF 0 1 and CB = OFF 2 OFF 1). After the last digit (16th digit) has been entered, press
the “#” key to store “PT 1” of the encryption key. Press the down arrow key (↓) to enter “PT 2” of the encryption key.
Set Up Names
The system can be set up to display descriptive names such as "FRONT DOOR", "JOHN'S BEDROOM", or "PORCH LIGHT"
for zones, units, buttons, codes, temperatures, areas, and messages. These names are displayed instead of the unit, zone, button,
code, temperature, area, and message number that is normally displayed. Zone and Message names may be up to 15 characters
long. Each of the other names may be up to 12 characters long.
To enter the Set Up Names menu, from the Setup menu, press the 7 (NAME) key.
SET UP NAME
1=CTRL 2=ZONE
4=CODE
8=MSG
5=TEMP
3=BTTN ↓
6=AREA
↑
The 6 (AREA) choice will only be displayed if area arming is being used.
Select the item that you would like to name by pressing one of the keys (1-6, and 8). The current name for the first item (unit,
zone, button, code, temperature, area, and message) is then displayed. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of names.
To enter a name, enter the two digit code shown in Appendix B for each character in the name, then press the ' # ' key. Use the up
arrow key to delete the most recently entered character.
ZONE 1:
00-95
↓
ZONE 1:
00-95
FRONT DOOR-----↑=DEL
ZONE 1:
00-95
FRONT DOOR
↓
Set Up Voice
The OmniPro II can be set up to speak descriptive names such as "FRONT DOOR" for control zones, units, buttons, codes,
temperatures, areas, and messages. These names will be spoken over the telephone along with the item number that is normally
spoken. Voice descriptions for messages can be spoken over a speaker when used with a Two-Way Audio Module.
SET UP VOICE
1=CTRL 2=ZONE
4=CODE
8=MSG
5=TEMP
3=BTTN ↓
6=AREA
↑
Select the item that you would like to give a voice description. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of names.
To enter a voice description, enter the code shown next to the voice description in Appendix C for each description (word or
group of words), then press the ' # ' key. After you have entered the complete description for each item (unit, zone, button, code,
temperature, area, and message), press the ' # ' key twice. You may enter up to six (6) descriptions (word or group of words) for
each unit, zone, button, code, temperature, area, and message.
UNIT 1 VOICE:
↓
UNIT 1 VOICE:
144 109
↓
When Unit 1 is spoken over the phone, the OmniPro II will say, "UNIT 1 - PORCH LIGHT".
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To enter the Set Up Voice menu, from the Setup menu, press the 8 (VOICE) key.
Set Up Address
The final setup item is accomplished over the telephone. This is the address that the system says when it dials out in an
emergency. Your voice will be recorded on computer chips in the OmniPro II controller and saved to be played back in the
emergency message when the system dials out for an alarm.
Pick up an inside phone and press the ' # ' key on the telephone within 5 seconds of picking up the phone. The OmniPro II will
respond with a menu. Press 8 on the telephone keypad, then 8. The unit will say "ADDRESS IS:" then the OmniPro II will play
back the message stored in the Address memory if one has been entered by your installer.
To record your address, Press 9, then enter the Master code. The OmniPro II will say "RECORD ADDRESS", then BEEP. In a
normal tone of voice, say your name and address and any helpful information for locating your house.
"THE JONES RESIDENCE, 1234 JOHNSON STREET, CORNER OF JOHNSON AND THIRD STREET"
The unit will beep after 8 seconds, then play the address back to you. If you are not happy with the sound, re-record by pressing 9
and the Master code. If you would like to hear the address again, press 8 for Play Address.
If you accidentally press 9 but have not entered your Master code and do not wish to record a new address, simply hang up the
phone. The address can be recorded from a local (in house) phone or a remote phone. We suggest using a local phone for higher
sound quality.
When the OmniPro II says "record address - beep" any previous address recorded on your system is erased. Always
verify that you have your name and address in your system if you have entered this function.

When recording the address, do not press any touch-tone keys on your phone until the second beep, indicating that
recording is complete. This will cause improper operation when the system dials out. The OmniPro II will think that the
tone is a code being entered by the called party and it will stop talking.
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
AUDIO CONTROL
Once configured by your installer, from any OmniTouch touchscreen, you can control on/off, volume, muting, transports, Audio
Source (up to 8 Audio Sources), and many other functions for each of the Audio Zones (up to 36 Audio Zones) on your audio
distribution system. The touchscreen will emulate the keypad for the respective audio distribution system; although not all of the
features and commands for the audio distribution keypad may be accessible from the OmniTouch touchscreen interface.
To control the audio distribution system from an OmniTouch touchscreen, press the “Audio” icon on the Home page. By default,
the interface will emulate a keypad in Audio Zone 1 of the audio distribution system. The Audio Zone can be changed using the
“Zone” button on the touchscreen interface. Once the Audio Zone has been changed, it becomes the new default Audio Zone for
that OmniTouch touchscreen. If desired, each OmniTouch touchscreen can be configured to default to a different Audio Zone.
The top line on the display will show the Audio Zone name (e.g. Living Room), followed by: ON (the Audio Zone is currently
on), OFF (the Audio Zone is currently off), or MUTE (the Audio System is currently muted). Justified to the right of the display
on the top line is the current volume level for the Audio Zone, displayed as a percentage (0%-100%).
The second line on the display will show the Audio Source name (e.g. AM/FM TUNER), followed by applicable information for
the selected Audio Source (i.e. AM or FM Frequency, Station Name, Channel Number, Artist, Song Name, etc.).
Once completed, press the Exit icon to return to OmniTouch Home page.
Changing Audio Source
To select a new Audio Source for the current Audio Zone, press the “Source” button on the touchscreen interface. Select the
desired Audio Source from the Source list box. Once selected, you will be able to control the new Audio Source from the
touchscreen interface.
Changing Audio Zone
To select a new Audio Zone, press the “Zone” button on the touchscreen interface. Select the desired Audio Zone from the Zone
list box. Once selected, you will be able to control that Audio Zone from the touchscreen interface. The selected Audio Zone
will be the default for that OmniTouch touchscreen until a different Audio Zone is selected.
The names that are displayed on the OmniTouch touchscreen interface for Audio Source and Audio Zone must be configured in
the OmniPro II controller. A name must be given to each Audio Source and Audio Zone to make it available in the respective list
box when changing the Audio Source or Audio Zone.
When your OmniPro II is configured to control an audio distribution system, certain unit numbers (currently flag units) are
allocated for Audio Source or Audio Zone names. This means that the allocated unit numbers may no longer be used as flag units
and they will no longer be displayed in the unit list.
Unit numbers 457-464 are allocated for the Audio Source names. These names should match the names of each Audio Source in
your audio distribution system. For example:
Source 1
Source 2
Source 3
Source 4
Source 5
Audio Distribution System
AM/FM Tuner
XM Tuner
Home Theater
CD Player
Satellite
Unit 457
Unit 458
Unit 459
Unit 460
Unit 461
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AM/FM Tuner
XM Tuner
Home Theater
CD Player
Satellite
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Configuring Source and Zone Names
Unit numbers 473-508 are allocated for the Audio Zone names. These names should match the names of each Audio Zone in
your audio distribution system. For example:
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Audio Distribution System
Living Room
Den
Kitchen
Patio
Master Bedroom
Master Bathroom
Unit 473
Unit 474
Unit 475
Unit 476
Unit 477
Unit 478
LEVITON OmniPro II
Living Room
Den
Kitchen
Patio
Master BedRM
Master Bath
Programming Audio Commands
Using LEVITON PC Access Software, you can create programs to control Audio Zones, Volume, Audio Sources, and simulate
Key Presses on the audio system keypad or remote control.

The Audio Zone Command allows you to create programs to select Off, On, Mute Off, and Mute On for individual
Audio Zones or for All Audio Zones.

The Volume Command allows you to create programs to set the volume from 0% to 100% for the specified Audio
Zone.

The Audio Source Command allows you to create programs to select an Audio Source for the specified Audio Zone.

The Key Press Command allows you to create programs to simulate key presses for the respective audio system.
(See – Table 1 – Audio Commands) for all applicable audio commands for each of the supported audio systems.
Example Programming of Audio Commands
You can create programs in your OmniPro II to customize your music experience. For example, you can create programs to play
your favorite music when you return home and disarm your system.
When the security system is disarmed by Bob, execute the “Bob Is Home” macro:
WHEN Bob OFF: RUN Bob Is Home
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
WHEN
Bob
Bob
Bob
Bob
Is
Is
Is
Is
Home:
Home:
Home:
Home:
Living
Living
Living
Living
Room
Room
Room
Room
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
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ON (Audio Zone Command)
VOLUME 50% (Volume Command)
SOURCE CD Player (Audio Source Command)
KEY PRESS PLAY (Key Press Command)
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When the “Bob Is Home” macro is executed, turn the Living Room Audio Zone on, set the volume of the Living Room
Audio Zone to 50%, set the Living Room Audio Source to “CD Player”, and press the “Play” key to start the CD:
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
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Hi-Fi
Power
Source step
Vol up
Vol down
Mute
Russound 1
NuVo 2
NuVo Grand Concerto
Xantech 3
Speakercraft 4
Power
Source step
Vol up
Vol down
Mute
Play
Stop
Pause
Minus
Plus
Previous
Next
Record
Channel up
Channel down
Zero
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Plus ten
Enter
Last
Sleep
Guide
Exit
Info
Menu
Menu up
Menu right
Menu down
Menu left
Select
Favorite 1
Favorite 2
Power
Source step
Vol up
Vol down
Mute
Play
Stop
Pause
Rewind
Forward
Fast rewind
Fast forward
Continuous
Shuffle
Group
Disc
Zero
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Plus ten
Enter
Hotkey zero
Hotkey one
Hotkey two
Hotkey three
Hotkey four
Hotkey five
Hotkey six
Hotkey seven
Hotkey eight
Hotkey nine
Power
Source step
Vol up
Vol down
Mute
Play / Pause
Stop (not used)
Pause (not used)
Previous
Next
Favorite 1
Favorite 2
Favorite 3
Favorite 4
Favorite 5
Favorite 6
Favorite 7
Favorite 8
Favorite 9
Favorite 10
Favorite 11
Favorite 12
Ok button down
Ok button up
Play / Pause button down
Play / Pause button up
Previous button down
Previous button up
Next button down
Next button up
Power / Mute button down
Power / Mute button up
Menu button down
Menu button up
Up button down
Up button up
Down button down
Down button up
Power
Source select 1
Source select 2
Source select 3
Source select 4
Source select 5
Source select 6
Source select 7
Source select 8
Channel up
Channel down
Mute
Play
Stop
Pause
Rewind
Forward
Vol up
Vol down
Tier 2 power
Tier 2 source select 1
Tier 2 source select 2
Tier 2 source select 3
Tier 2 source select 4
Tier 2 source select 5
Tier 2 source select 6
Tier 2 source select 7
Tier 2 source select 8
Tier 2 channel up
Tier 2 channel down
Tier 2 mute
Tier 2 play
Tier 2 stop
Tier 2 pause
Tier 2 rewind
Tier 2 forward
Source select 1
Source select 2
Source select 3
Source select 4
Source select 5
Source select 6
Source select 7
Source select 8
Mute
Vol Up
Power
Vol Down
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Track
Zero
Disc
Random
Repeat
Bass
Treble
Guide
Menu
Up
Left
Select
Right
Down
Escape
Info
Rewind
Forward
Pause
Play
Stop
1: Applies to Russound CAM and CAV audio systems.
2: Applies to NuVo Concerto, Essentia, and Simplese audio systems (Essentia and Simplese responds to Key Codes 1-5 only).
3: Applies to Xantech MRC-88 audio system.
4: Applies to Speakercraft MZC and Proficient M4 and M6 audio systems.
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Table 1 - Audio Commands
UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES REQUIREMENTS
For a complete list of requirements and restrictions when installing the OmniPro II panel in a UL Listed system, refer to the
Underwriter's Laboratories Requirements section of the Installation Manual (20I00-2).
When used in UL Listed Installations, the following items apply:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The “High Security Mode” must be ON.
The “Enable Auto Bypass” feature must be OFF.
The “Entry Delay” shall not exceed 45 seconds for residential applications; 60 seconds for commercial applications.
The “Exit Delay” shall not exceed 60 seconds.
Double Delay and Quad Delay zone types shall not be used.
For residential applications the sounding device may be mounted indoors. If, however, the sounding device is connected to
the "EXT HORN" terminals of the OmniPro II, then the “Outside Siren Delay” shall be set to 0.
7. The “Dial Out Delay” shall not exceed 30 seconds.
8. The “Beep On Trouble” feature must be ON, and CONSOLE SOUNDER must be ON.
9. The “Swinger Shutdown” feature for each zone must be NO.
10. The “Cross Zoning” feature for each zone must be NO.
11. The “Exit Time Restart” feature must be NO.
Installer:
NAME: __________________________________
NUMBER: _______________________________
FIRE ESCAPE PLANNING
Your fire protection system is designed to provide warning in the event of a fire. It is your responsibility to plan your escape
routes in the event of a fire alarm. Your family should practice "fire drills" periodically to ensure that everyone is familiar with
the plan.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Draw a floor plan of your home, showing location of fire and smoke detectors. Show two exit routes from each room: The
primary exit and an alternate escape route.
Be sure that your family knows what the fire alarm signal sounds like.
In the event of a fire alarm, DO NOT open a closed door. First, touch the door. If it is hot to the touch, use the alternative
escape route.
Since smoke tends to rise, keep low to the floor during your escape, crawling if necessary. If you encounter any smoke,
hold your breath.
During a fire alarm, do not stop to pack or gather belongings. Exit immediately and meet at a designated spot outside the
house.
DO NOT return to a burning house.
Notify the fire department using a neighbor's telephone.
Review your escape plan and rehearse a fire alarm periodically with your family.
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1.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION NOTICE:
1.
This equipment complies with Part 68 of FCC Rules. On the door, inside of the OmniPro II enclosure, is a label that
contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment.
If requested, provide this information to your telephone company.
2.
An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this equipment. This equipment is designed to be
connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a compliant modular jack which is Part 68 compliant. See
installation instructions for details.
3.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have those devices
ring when your number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs of all devices should not exceed five (5). To
be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should call your telephone
company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area.
4.
If your OmniPro II system causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may disconnect you service
temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the
FCC.
5.
Your telephone company may make changes in it's technical operations, facilities, equipment, or procedures; if such changes
affect the compatibility or use of this device, the telephone company is required to give adequate notice of changes so as to
give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
6.
In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs should be made by our company or an authorized agent. It is the
responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for service to our Company or to one of our authorized agents.
Service can be obtained at:
7.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to
state tariffs. (Contact your state public utility commission or CORPORATION commission for information.)
8.
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance
with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. 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, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Part 15 of FCC Rules are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
interference to radio or television reception, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
1.
Reorient the receiving antenna.
2.
Plug the receiver into a different outlet. If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
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LEVITON
4330 Michoud Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70129
CANADIAN INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE
Notice: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets
certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Industry Canada does not
guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some
cases, the company's inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended by means of a certified
connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions
may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any
repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications
company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines
and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection
authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
Notice: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum
number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any
combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does
not exceed 5.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le present appareil numerique n'emet pas de bruits radioelectriques depassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques de
la class B prescrites dans le Reglement sur le brouillage radioelectrique edicte par le ministere des Communications du Canada.
IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH YOUR PHONES
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...and you suspect that your OmniPro II is causing the trouble, disconnect the Controller from the phone lines by removing the
PHONE LINE cable from BOTH THE PROCESSOR BOARD AND THE RJ31X JACK INSIDE THE CONTROLLER
ENCLOSURE.
APPENDIX A - DIAL OUT PLANNER
Use the following dial-out planner to help you set-up the voice dial-out numbers:
OmniPro II Voice Dial-Out Planner
DIAL OUT NUMBER 1: __________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 1 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 1 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT NUMBER 2: __________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 2 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 2 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT NUMBER 3: __________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 3 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 3 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT NUMBER 4: __________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 4 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 4 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 5 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 5 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT NUMBER 6: __________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 6 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 6 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT NUMBER 7: ___________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 7 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 7 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT NUMBER 8: ___________________________________ AREA: _____________
DIAL OUT 8 ON:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
DIAL OUT 8 OFF:
TIME: _______________ DAYS: _______________
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DIAL OUT NUMBER 5: __________________________________ AREA: _____________
INSTRUCTIONS TO CALLED PARTY
Dear ___________________________________________________________________
I have programmed my OmniPro II Home Automation system to call you if my alarm is activated. If it is activated, it will call
and say: "Emergency... Emergency... The (burglar or fire) alarm has been activated at the following address:
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Phone Number ________________________ Please respond immediately."
This message will be repeated 2 times.
At any time during the message, please dial my code, which is: __________________
(If you make a mistake, press # then enter the code again.)
This will stop the system from making any further calls. The system will tell you what zone caused the alarm.
Press 9. The system will say "Good-bye" and hang up.
Hang up, then call me at: _____________________ If no one answers, please hang up, then call the police, fire, or emergency
departments.
NOTE: IF THE SYSTEM SAYS "THIS IS A SILENT ALARM", please call the police immediately and tell them that a silent
alarm has been activated at my address!
__________________________________________________
HOME PHONE: ___________________
OFFICE PHONE: ___________________
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Thank you very much.
APPENDIX B - TEXT DESCRIPTION CHARACTER CODES
CODE CHAR
CODE CHAR
CODE CHAR
00
SPACE
24
8
48
P
72
h
01
!
25
9
49
Q
73
i
02
"
26
:
50
R
74
j
03
#
27
;
51
S
75
k
04
$
28
<
52
T
76
l
05
%
29
=
53
U
77
m
06
&
30
>
54
V
78
n
07
'
31
?
55
W
79
o
08
(
32
@
56
X
80
p
09
)
33
A
57
Y
81
q
10
*
34
B
58
Z
82
r
11
+
35
C
59
[
83
s
12
,
36
D
60
¥
84
t
13
-
37
E
61
]
85
u
14
.
38
F
62
^
86
v
15
/
39
G
63
_
87
w
16
0
40
H
64
`
88
x
17
1
41
I
65
a
89
y
18
2
42
J
66
b
90
z
19
3
43
K
67
c
91
-
20
4
44
L
68
d
92
×
21
5
45
M
69
e
93
¯
22
6
46
N
70
f
94
à
23
7
47
O
71
g
95
ß
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CODE CHAR
APPENDIX C - VOICE DESCRIPTION CODES
255
58
254
29
30
26
256
31
32
257
33
258
259
34
260
35
198
261
262
263
264
195
36
265
266
37
267
199
268
269
270
271
38
272
273
39
274
275
40
276
41
277
42
278
279
280
43
44
45
281
46
282
283
284
285
DESCRIPTION
(ADDRESS MSG)
(BEEP)
(MEMO MESSAGE)
(PAUSE)
(SHORT PAUSE)
A. M.
ABOVE
AC POWER
ACCESS
ACTIVE
ADDRESS
AFTERNOON
AIR
ALARM
ALERT
ALL
ALLEY
AMPLIFIER
AND
ANNIVERSARY
ANTIQUE
APARTMENT
APPLIANCE
APPROACHING
APRIL
AREA
ARMED
ART
ASLEEP
ASSISTANCE
AT
ATRIUM
ATTIC
AUDIO
AUGUST
AUTO
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATION
AUXILIARY
AWAKE
AWAY
BABY'S
BACK
BANK
BAR
BARN
BASEMENT
BATH
BATTERY
BAY
BED
BELL
BILL
BIRTHDAY
BOARD
CODE
286
200
287
288
47
201
289
48
49
50
51
52
290
291
292
202
53
293
294
203
204
295
205
296
54
297
206
298
196
299
300
301
302
303
304
55
56
305
306
307
308
309
194
310
207
57
59
60
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
DESCRIPTION
BOAT
BOILER
BOTTOM
BOUDOIR
BOY'S
BREAK
BREAKFAST
BRIGHTER
BUILDING
BURGLAR
BUTTON
BYPASS
CABINET
CABLE
CALL
CAMERA
CANCEL
CANS
CARPORT
CASE
CCTV
CD
CEILING
CELLAR
CENTER
CENTRAL
CHANDELIER
CHANGE
CHECK
CHILDREN’S
CHRISTMAS
CIRCUIT
CLASS
CLOSE
CLOSED
CLOSET
CODE
COFFEE
COLD
COMFORT
COMMUNICATOR
COMPANY
COMPUTER
CONSOLE
CONTACT
CONTINUE
CONTROL
COOL
CORNER
COUNTER
CRAFT
CRITICAL
CURRENT
CURTAIN
DAMPER
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CODE
318
61
62
319
320
208
321
63
64
65
66
209
322
210
323
324
325
67
68
326
327
211
328
69
70
330
212
331
71
72
332
73
333
22
8
23
334
1
74
335
75
76
336
337
77
193
338
78
213
339
79
340
214
215
216
DESCRIPTION
DANGER
DATE
DAY
DEAD
DECEMBER
DECK
DECREASE
DEGREES
DELAYED
DEN
DENIED
DESK
DETECTED
DETECTOR
DEVICE
DIAL
DIGIT
DIMMER
DINING
DISABLE
DISARMED
DOCK
DOG
DOOR
DOWN
DRAPES
DRAWER
DRESSING
DRIVEWAY
DURESS
DVD
EAST
ECONOMY
EIGHT
EIGHTEEN
EIGHTY
ELEVATOR
ELEVEN
EMERGENCY
ENABLE
ENERGY
ENTER
ENTERING
ENTERTAINMENT
ENTRY
EQUIPMENT
EVENING
EVENTS
EXECUTIVE
EXERCISE
EXIT
EXTENSION
EXTERIOR
FACTORY
FAILURE
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CODE
341
80
81
342
343
344
217
5
17
218
345
82
219
16
346
347
220
221
348
15
349
350
14
4
83
84
351
352
353
85
354
355
222
86
223
356
87
357
88
224
89
90
358
92
359
91
360
361
362
363
364
93
94
365
95
96
366
367
368
97
DESCRIPTION
FALL
FAMILY
FAN
FATHER’S
FAULT
FEBRUARY
FENCE
FIFTEEN
FIFTY
FILE
FILTER
FIRE
FIRST
FIVE
FLAG
FLOOD
FLOOR
FLOW
FORCE
FORTY
FOUNDATION
FOUNTAIN
FOUR
FOURTEEN
FOYER
FREEZE
FREEZER
FRIDAY
FROM
FRONT
FULL
FUNCTION
FURNACE
FUSE
GALLERY
GAME
GARAGE
GARDEN
GAS
GATE
GIRL'S
GLASS
GO
GO TO
GOOD
GOOD-BYE
GOT
GREAT
GROUNDS
GROUP
GUARD
GUEST
GUN
GYM
HAD
HALL
HAPPY
HARBOR
HAVE
HEAT
CODE
DESCRIPTION
CODE
DESCRIPTION
369
370
98
371
372
99
373
374
375
100
376
377
101
378
379
380
225
381
226
102
103
382
227
104
105
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
106
228
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
107
108
401
402
109
403
404
110
405
111
229
406
230
407
112
HELLO
HELP
HIGH
HIGHER
HOBBY
HOLD
HOLIDAY
HOME
HOT
HOURS
HOUSE
HUMIDITY
HUNDRED
IMMEDIATELY
IN
INCREASE
INFRARED
INPUT
INSIDE
INSTANT
INTERIOR
INTERNET
INTRUSION
INVALID
IS
JACUZZI
JANUARY
JEWELRY
JULY
JUNE
KEEPER
KENNEL
KEY
KITCHEN
LAMP
LANAI
LAND
LANDSCAPE
LASER DISK
LAST
LAUNCH
LAUNDRY
LAWN
LEAK
LEAVE
LEFT
LEVEL
LIBRARY
LIFT
LIGHT
LIGHTING
LIGHTS
LISTEN
LIVE
LIVING
LOADING
LOBBY
LOCK
LOFT
LOW
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408
231
409
410
113
411
412
413
114
414
415
416
115
417
418
419
197
420
421
422
423
116
117
424
118
425
426
427
232
428
429
430
119
431
432
433
434
435
436
120
24
9
25
437
438
439
121
122
440
123
124
125
441
442
443
126
127
128
129
130
LOWER
MACHINE
MAID'S
MAIL
MAIN
MANAGEMENT
MANAGER
MARCH
MASTER
MAT
MAY
MECHANICAL
MEDICAL
MEDICATION
MEETING
MENU
MESSAGE
METER
MID
MIDDLE
MIDNIGHT
MINUS
MINUTES
MOBILE
MODE
MODEM
MODULE
MONDAY
MONITOR
MONTH
MORNING
MOTHER’S
MOTION
MOVIE
MUD
MUSIC
MUTE
NANNY
NEXT
NIGHT
NINE
NINETEEN
NINETY
NO
NOOK
NOON
NORTH
NOT
NOVEMBER
NOW
NUMBER
NURSERY
NURSE'S
O’CLOCK
OCTOBER
OFF
OFFICE
OH
ON
ONE
WEB VERSION
CODE
444
445
233
446
131
447
448
132
133
449
450
234
235
27
134
451
452
453
454
135
455
136
137
456
457
138
458
459
460
461
139
140
462
141
142
143
144
463
464
145
465
146
466
467
468
147
469
470
471
472
148
236
149
473
474
150
151
475
152
476
DESCRIPTION
ONLINE
ONLY
OPEN
OPTION
OR
OTHER
OUT
OUTDOOR
OUTLET
OUTSIDE
OVER
OVERFLOW
OVERHEAD
P. M.
PANIC
PANTRY
PARKING
PARLOR
PARTY
PATIO
PAUSE
PC
PERIMETER
PERSONNEL
PET
PHONE
PHRASE
PIER
PLACE
PLANTS
PLAY
PLEASE CHOOSE
PLUS
POINT
POLICE
POOL
PORCH
POSITION
POT
POUND
PRECIOUS
PRESS
PRESSURE
PROGRAM
PROTECTED
PUMP
QUARTERS
RAIN
RAISE
READING
READY
REAR
RECORD
RECREATION
RECYCLE
REMOTE
REPEAT
RESIDENCE
RESTORE
RESTRICTED
CODE
153
154
477
237
155
478
238
479
239
480
481
156
482
483
484
240
157
158
159
485
241
486
487
488
160
20
7
21
489
490
491
492
161
493
494
162
163
18
6
19
495
496
497
242
498
164
165
499
500
501
243
502
166
503
167
244
168
169
191
170
DESCRIPTION
RIGHT
RISE
ROMANTIC
ROOF
ROOM
RUN
SAFE
SAFETY
SATELLITE
SATURDAY
SAUNA
SAVER
SCENE
SCHOOL
SCREEN
SECOND
SECONDS
SECURE
SECURITY
SEND
SENSOR
SEPTEMBER
SERVICE
SET
SETTING
SEVEN
SEVENTEEN
SEVENTY
SEWING
SHADES
SHED
SHOCK
SHOP
SHOW
SHUTTERS
SIDE
SILENT
SIX
SIXTEEN
SIXTY
SKYLIGHT
SLIDING
SMART
SMOKE
SNOW
SOUTH
SPA
SPARE
SPOT
SPRING
SPRINKLER
STABLE
STAIRS
STAIRWELL
STAR
STATION
STATUS
STEPS
STOCK
STORAGE
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CODE
245
504
505
506
507
508
171
509
510
172
511
173
174
512
513
246
175
514
176
515
516
517
177
178
247
3
13
12
518
179
180
519
181
520
521
522
523
524
248
525
526
183
182
527
528
529
530
2
11
10
531
532
184
185
533
534
192
186
249
535
DESCRIPTION
STORE
STUDIO
STUDY
SUITE
SUMMER
SUMP
SUN
SUNDAY
SWITCH
SYSTEM OK
TABLE
TALK
TAMPER
TAPE
TEEN
TELLER
TEMPERATURE
TEMPORARY
TEN
TENANT
THANK YOU
THEATER
THEN
THERMOSTAT
THIRD
THIRTEEN
THIRTY
THREE
THURSDAY
TIME
TIMED
TIMER
TO
TOOL
TOP
TOUCHSCREEN
TRACK
TRANSMITTER
TRAP
TRASH
TREE
TRIPPED
TROUBLE
TUB
TUESDAY
TUNER
TV
TWELVE
TWENTY
TWO
TYPE
UNDER
UNIT
UP
UPPER
USER
UTILITY
VACATION
VALVE
VANITY
WEB VERSION
CODE
CODE
250
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
251
543
187
544
28
545
188
189
546
252
547
548
549
253
550
190
601
602
603
604
DESCRIPTION
VAULT
VCR
VIDEO
VISITOR
VOLUME
WAITING
WALK
WALKWAY
WAREHOUSE
WARNING
WATER
WEDNESDAY
WELCOME TO OMNI
WELCOME
WEST
WINDOW
WINE
WING
WINTER
WOOD
WORK
YARD
YOU
ZONE
PHRASE 1
PHRASE 2
PHRASE 3
PHRASE 4
CODE
605
606
607
608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
628
629
630
631
632
DESCRIPTION
PHRASE 5
PHRASE 6
PHRASE 7
PHRASE 8
PHRASE 9
PHRASE 10
PHRASE 11
PHRASE 12
PHRASE 13
PHRASE 14
PHRASE 15
PHRASE 16
PHRASE 17
PHRASE 18
PHRASE 19
PHRASE 20
PHRASE 21
PHRASE 22
PHRASE 23
PHRASE 24
PHRASE 25
PHRASE 26
PHRASE 27
PHRASE 28
PHRASE 29
PHRASE 30
PHRASE 31
PHRASE 32
CODE
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
DESCRIPTION
PHRASE 33 (1&2)
PHRASE 34 (3&4)
PHRASE 35 (5&6)
PHRASE 36 (7&8)
PHRASE 37 (9&10)
PHRASE 38 (11&12)
PHRASE 39 (13&14)
PHRASE 40 (15&16)
PHRASE 41 (17&18)
PHRASE 42 (19&20)
PHRASE 43 (21&22)
PHRASE 44 (23&24)
PHRASE 45 (25&26)
PHRASE 46 (27&28)
PHRASE 47 (29&30)
PHRASE 48 (31&32)
PHRASE 49 (1-4)
PHRASE 50 (5-8)
PHRASE 51 (8-12)
PHRASE 52 (13-16)
PHRASE 53 (17-20)
PHRASE 54 (20-24)
PHRASE 55 (25-28)
PHRASE 56 (29-32)
PHRASE 57 (1-8)
PHRASE 58 (9-16)
PHRASE 59 (17-24)
PHRASE 60 (25-32)
NOTES ON CUSTOM PHRASES
When you can't find a word that you need to complete a voice description or voice message, you have the ability to record a
custom phrase in OmniPro II. This phrase can then be used as part of your voice description and spoken over the telephone along
with the item number that is normally spoken. It can also be part of your voice descriptions for a message that is spoken over a
speaker in your home or business. There is enough memory in OmniPro II for 64 seconds of voice data.
Phrases 33-48 are four-second phrases that are made up of 2 two-second phrases. If you have a need for a voice description or
voice message to be longer than the two-second allotment for Phrases 1-32, then Phrases 33-48 can be used to simulate a foursecond phrase. For example, when you record Phrase 33 (which is a four-second phrase), the voice data is actually stored in
Phrase 1 and Phrase 2. In this case, Phrase 1 and Phrase 2 are probably unusable individually because the first half of the voice
data for Phrase 33 is stored in Phrase 1 and the second half is stored in Phrase 2.
Phrases 49-56 are eight-second phrases that are made up of 4 two-second phrases. For example, when you record Phrase 49
(which is an eight-second phrase), the voice data is stored in Phrases 1-4. In this case, Phrases 1-4 are probably unusable
individually because the voice data for Phrase 49 is divided up and stored in those phrase locations.
Phrases 57-60 are sixteen-second phrases that are made up of 8 two-second phrases. For example, when you record Phrase 57
(which is a sixteen-second phrase), the voice data is actually stored in Phrases 1-8. In this case, Phrases 1-8 are probably
unusable individually because the voice data for Phrase 57 is divided up and stored in those phrase location.
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WEB VERSION
Phrases 1-32 are unique two-second phrases.
APPENDIX D – FIRMWARE UPDATES
Description
The OmniPro II Version 3.2 firmware adds the following new features:
•
Support for Clipsal C-Bus Lighting Control
The OmniPro II Version 3.1 firmware adds the following new features:
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•
•
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Added LEVITON Trigger messages for simple integration with remote serial devices
Support for Lutron HomeWorks Whole Home Lighting Control System
Added Z-Wave Status Request Command
Added automatic polling for Z-Wave Thermostats
The OmniPro II Version 3.0 firmware adds the following new features:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
User Settings
Enhanced Programming
Real-Time operation status of thermostats
Support for Omnistat2 Thermostats
OmniTouch support for real-time cool/heat/humidify/dehumidify status
Automatic cycling of switched power when the system is disarmed
OmniTouch menu operation support for the NuVo Grand Concerto and Essentia G audio systems
OmniTouch support for Russound E-Series (Sphere) audio systems
Third-Party Protocol Enhancements
Support for LEVITON Access Control
About Clipsal C-Bus
WEB VERSION
Note: Loading new screens into each OmniTouch touchscreen may be necessary to support new features in Version 3.0
Firmware. Ensure that each OmniTouch is running “Screens Version “9”. To check, press the “Setup” icon from the Home page.
Next press the “Screen Setup” icon, followed by the “Next” button. The “Screens Version” should be displayed on the bottom
left of the display. If the “Screens Version” is lower than “9” or if the text “Screens Version” is not displayed, the screens must
be updated.
Clipsal C-Bus uses a network of low voltage wires for communications between C-Bus lighting devices and also provides a small
amount of power to operate each C-Bus lighting devices in your home. Each switch or dimmer controls one lighting load in a
Clipsal C-Bus system. They are used in place of standard light switches and allow local control as well as remote control from
any of the Clipsal C-Bus keypads, an OmniPro II interface, or via programming in the OmniPro II controller.
Clipsal C-Bus Format
OmniPro II groups devices by “House Code”, which consists of 16 consecutive unit numbers, starting at Unit 1. Each “House
Code” can be configured to a different lighting protocol format such as: Standard X-10, Extended X-10, Lightolier Compose,
UPB (open UPB format where you can use the programming capability in the OmniPro II controller to communicate with the
UPB network), Lutron RadioRA, LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC), CentraLite, Vizia RF Z-Wave, Lutron HomeWorks, or
Clipsal C-Bus.
Each LEVITON lighting unit can be associated with a corresponding C-Bus lighting group. OmniPro II supports 254 C-Bus
lighting groups. LEVITON unit 1 corresponds to C-Bus lighting group address 1; LEVITON unit 2 corresponds to C-Bus
lighting group address 2; and so on.
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C-Bus group address 0 is not supported. C-Bus lighting groups can be turned on, turned off, brightened, dimmed, set to a specific
level, or toggled on/off. OmniPro II supports two-way integration with the Clipsal C-Bus lighting system. Individual lighting
groups can be directly controlled and lighting scenes can be triggered by the LEVITON controller. OmniPro II monitors C-Bus
lighting and can respond to changes.
Controlling Clipsal C-Bus from an Omni Console
Use the Control menu to control lighting loads and Clipsal C-Bus devices. To enter the Control menu, from the top-level display
or from the main menu, press the 1 (CTRL) key on the console keypad.
OmniPro II will automatically display the first named unit.
To control a lighting load or Clipsal C-Bus device, select it from the list of units, and then press the ' # ' key.

Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected lighting load off

Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected lighting load on

Press 2 (DIM) to dim the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level)

Press 3 (BRT) to brighten the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level)

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%)

5 (RMP) is not used with Clipsal C-Bus
 Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On, Off, Dim, Brighten)
• Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18 hours
 Press # (STA) to see the status of the device.
Note: When a Clipsal C-Bus signal is received over the network, OmniPro II will automatically update the status of the device.
Programming for Clipsal C-Bus Units
Note: To take advantage of the controlling Clipsal C-Bus s devices via OmniPro II programming, programs must be written using
the LEVITON PC Access Software, Version 3.2 or later.
OmniPro II can be programmed to execute commands when a unit is turned on or off.
OmniPro II also allows C-Bus lighting scenes to be activated through the use of C-Bus “triggers”. A C-Bus trigger command
contains a Trigger/Scene Group and a Trigger/Scene Action. The combination of Trigger Group and Trigger Action is used to
create scenes that may be considered mutually exclusive or scenes that are unrelated. Scenes that share the same Trigger Group
number are considered mutually exclusive. Scenes that do not share the same Trigger Group number are considered unrelated.
The Trigger Action is used to indicate what set of actions should be taken when the scene is triggered.
Mutually exclusive scenes may be used when it is desired that activating one of the scenes will cancel indicators for the other
scenes. For example, there may be buttons on a keypad to select different lighting scenes in a room, such as OFF, ON, READ,
and WATCH TV. Pressing one of the buttons will illuminate the indicator on the button and turn off the indicators on the other
three buttons. These scenes share the same Trigger Group, but have different Trigger Actions to specify the desired scene.
LEVITON PC Access software may be used to create a Clipsal C-Bus scene command. This command includes the C-Bus
Trigger/Scene Group (1-254) and Trigger/Scene Action (1-32). This command may then be included as part of a programming
sequence or can be assigned to an LEVITON “button” for activation through an LEVITON user interface.
WEB VERSION
Likewise, OmniPro II can be programmed to control Clipsal C-Bus switches and dimmers (on, off, toggle, dim, brighten, setting
to a specific level) and to control scenes.
About Lutron HomeWorks
Lutron RadioRA uses a network of low voltage wires to communicate with and control HomeWorks lighting devices in your
home. Each switch or dimmer controls one lighting load in a HomeWorks system. They are used in place of standard light
switches and allow local control as well as remote control from any of the master keypads, an OmniPro II interface, or via
programming in the OmniPro II controller.
Master keypads are preprogrammed to provide control of the other dimmers and switches on the system. The OmniPro II listens
for when buttons are pressed on a master keypad and can run various programs when a button is pressed. OmniPro II can also be
programmed to simulate pressing a button on a master keypad.
GRAFIK Eye lighting controls and Remote Dimming Panels can be used to connect several lighting loads together in a room in
place of multiple switches. Scenes can be programmed in the GRAFIK Eye lighting control and Remote Dimming Panel to set a
group or room of lighting to preset levels. Programming in the OmniPro II allows for controlling the preprogrammed scenes in
the GRAFIK Eye lighting control or Remote Dimming Panel.
Lutron’s line of Sivoia Quiet Electronic Drive roller shades, roman shades, and draperies can be controlled with an OmniPro II
interface or via programming in the OmniPro II controller.
Lutron HomeWorks Format
OmniPro II groups devices by “House Code”, which consists of 16 consecutive unit numbers, starting at Unit 1. Each “House
Code” can be configured to a different lighting protocol format such as: Standard X-10, Extended X-10, Lightolier Compose,
UPB (open UPB format where you can use the programming capability in the OmniPro II controller to communicate with the
UPB network), Lutron RadioRA, LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC), CentraLite, Vizia RF Z-Wave, or Lutron HomeWorks.
Each Lutron HomeWorks switch, dimmer, master keypad, and GRAFIK Eye lighting control, Remote Dimming Panel, and Sivoia
shade and drapery control, hereafter referred to as HomeWorks devices, has its own Unit Number (1-256), which corresponds to
the HomeWorks Address of the device. Each HomeWorks device has an Address consisting of 3-5 numbers (00-99) separated by
a colon.
Using LEVITON PC Access Software 3.1 or later, enter the address for each Lutron HomeWorks device under the column
labeled “Address/Node ID” for each Unit Number to be controller by the OmniPro II controller
Controlling Lutron HomeWorks from an Omni Console
OmniPro II will automatically display the first named unit.
To control a lighting load or HomeWorks device, select it from the list of units, and then press the ' # ' key.

Press 0 (OFF) to turn the selected lighting load off

Press 1 (ON) to turn the selected lighting load on

Press 2 (DIM) to dim the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level)

Press 3 (BRT) to brighten the selected unit (1-9 steps, each step is 10% from its current level)

Press 4 (LVL) to set the desired lighting level of the selected unit (0%-100%)

5 (RMP) is not used with Lutron HomeWorks
 Press 9 (TIM) to time the selected unit (On, Off, Dim, Brighten)
• Timed commands may be from 1-99 seconds, 1-99 minutes or 1-18 hours
 Press # (STA) to see the status of the device.
Note: When a HomeWorks signal is received over the network, OmniPro II will automatically update the status of the device.
WEB VERSION
Use the Control menu to control lighting loads and HomeWorks devices. To enter the Control menu, from the top-level display
or from the main menu, press the 1 (CTRL) key on the console keypad.
Programming for Lutron HomeWorks Units
Note: To take advantage of the controlling HomeWorks devices via OmniPro II programming, programs must be written using
the LEVITON PC Access Software, Version 3.1 or later.
OmniPro II can be programmed to execute commands when a unit is turned on or off, or when a button (on/raise, off/lower, or 110) is pressed on a master keypad.
Likewise, OmniPro II can be programmed to control HomeWorks switches and dimmers (on, off, toggle, dim, brighten, setting to
a specific level, or request status), to control the LED indicators on a master keypad, and to simulate buttons being pressed on a
master keypad.
House Code Setup
To configure House Codes to the Clipsal C-Bus Format, from the Set Up menu, press the 6 (MISC) key.
House Codes 1-16 Format
House Codes 1-16 can be configured to use the Standard (Preset Dim Command), Extended Code (Level Command), Lightolier's
Compose Mode, UPB (open transmission format), Lutron’s RadioRA transmission format, LEVITON Lighting (HLC) format,
CentraLite format, Vizia RF Z-Wave, Lutron HomeWorks format, and Clipsal C-Bus lighting protocol.
HC 1 FORMAT:
LEVITON LIGHTING
5
#=CHNG ↕
To change the format, press the ' # ' key, and then use the arrow keys to scroll to the desired format. Press the ' # ' key to select
the desired format. Press the down-arrow key to change format for the next House Code.
STANDARD
EXTENDED
COMPOSE
UPB
RADIO RA
LEVITON LIGHTING
CENTRALITE
VIZIA RF Z-WAVE
HOMEWORKS
CLIPSAL C-BUS
NUMBER
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DESCRIPTION
Preset Dim Command (X-10, X-10 Pro, Leviton, PCS, etc.)
Extended Code Level Command (Leviton)
Compose Mode (Lightolier's Compose)
Universal Powerline Bus (open format)
Lutron RadioRA
LEVITON Lighting Control (HLC)
CentraLite Lighting
Vizia RF Z-Wave
Lutron HomeWorks
Clipsal C-Bus
LEVITON Triggers
The Pro-Link serial protocol has been enhanced by the inclusion of predefined ASCII serial messages called LEVITON Triggers.
LEVITON Triggers can be used to activate or “trigger” programs in the OmniPro II controller when the specified ASCII serial
message is received over a Pro-Link serial port. This is an easy way to interface with other serial devices (such as touchscreens,
remote controls with a serial expander, etc.) that have a programmable ASCII protocol or that have LEVITON Trigger messages
predefined in the device.
There are 127 LEVITON Triggers. Each LEVITON Trigger consists of ASCII characters starting with the characters
“LEVITON” and ending with the number (1-127) of the trigger; hence, the triggers are LEVITON1 – LEVITON127.
WEB VERSION
FORMAT
User Settings
User Settings consist of numbers, levels, times, dates, days of the week, durations, temperature settings, and humidity settings that
can referenced in automation programs for a variety of uses. Each of these User Settings can then be easily modified by the user
from a console or touchscreen, without any additional programming. User Settings can be used for programming wake-up times,
lighting scenes, comfort temperatures when you are home, asleep, or away, sprinkler times, and much more.
OmniPro II has 25 User Settings which may be used. Once configured by your installer, you can name and assign values to each
of the preconfigured User Settings. To assign names to User Settings, under Setup | Names select 9 (USET).

To access User Settings from a console, press 6 (STATUS), and then 9 (USET):

From a Touchscreen without Video, touch the Setup icon, and then User Settings.

From a Touchscreen with Video, touch the System icon, then Setup, and then User Settings.
For example, a use of a “Time” and/or “Date” User Setting is for a daily “Wake Up” time. You can easily change this time and
days from a console or touchscreen.
This program is written with the User Settings (Wake Up Time) and (Wake Up Days) as the trigger.
TIMED WAKE UP TIME WAKE UP DAYS
THEN BEDROOM LIGHTS ON
THEN BEDROOM AUDIO ON
THEN BEDROOM AUDIO VOLUME 50%
THEN BEDROOM AUDIO SOURCE XM TUNER
The same program can be written with the User Setting (Wake Up Time) and (Wake Up Days) in the condition, rather than the
trigger.
EVERY 1 MINUTE
AND IF TIME IS WAKE UP TIME
AND IF DAY OF WEEK IS IN WAKE UP DAYS
THEN BEDROOM LIGHTS ON
THEN BEDROOM AUDIO ON
THEN BEDROOM AUDIO VOLUME 50%
THEN BEDROOM AUDIO SOURCE XM TUNER
TIMED 12:00AM -----SS
THEN SET WAKE UP TIME TO 8:00AM
Enhanced Programming
WEB VERSION
You can also programmatically change a user setting. For example, if you sleep a little later on weekends, you can have a
program that automatically changes the “Wake Up” time. For example:
Note: To take advantage of the Enhanced Programming features, programs must be written with LEVITON PC Access Version
3.0 or later.
Enhanced Programming consists of several new features and structures that allow you to take full advantage of the powerful
programming capabilities of your OmniPro II controller. Enhanced Programming includes:
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•
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•
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Program block that may have multiple triggers, multiple conditions, and multiple actions
Program block that can be triggered every so many minutes, seconds, or hours.
Conditions can be created that utilize and/or/not logic and that utilize relational operators
Conditions can reference properties of zones, units, thermostats, temperature/humidity sensors, messages, security status,
time/date, audio, access control, as well as constants and user settings.
Most information known by the controller can now be used in automation programming.
Program Blocks
In previous version of the controller firmware, each automation program was constructed of a single line that consisted of a
trigger, one or two optional conditions, and a command. Enhanced automation programs are now constructed in blocks to create
a simpler, yet more flexible programming environment. Each program block may contain multiple triggers, multiple conditions,
and multiple commands.
“Every” Program Trigger
A new program trigger has been added which allows a program block to be activated every so many seconds, minutes, or hours.
This trigger is specified with an associated timer; when the timer expires, the program block is processed, and then the timer is
reset.
This program trigger is used to evaluate conditions on an ongoing basis, by the length of the specified time. For example:
EVERY 5 SECONDS
AND IF THERMOSTAT 1 IS GREATER THAN 75
THEN BEDROOM FAN ON
Relational Operators in Conditions
For each condition, you have the ability to utilize relational operators. Each condition includes an operator and one or two values
to check. Relational operators include equal to, not equal to, less than, greater than, is even, is odd, is a multiple of, and set
membership checks. Greater than and less than operators allow for an extra value to be specified to check if a certain item is
greater than or less than another item by more than the specified amount. For example:
WHEN ARM AWAY
AND IF WINDOW FLAG CURRENT VALUE IS LESS THAN 10
THEN THERMOSTAT 1 OFF
“And/Or” Logic Operators in Conditions
A program statement with “And” specifies a conditional expression that must be true for the remainder of the program block to be
processed. A program statement with “Or” combines two or more groups of “And” statements, such that as long as all the “And”
statements in one of the groups are true, the commands in the “Then” group is processed.
WHEN ARM AWAY
AND IF LIVING ROOM ON
AND IF DINING ROOM ON
OR
AND IF DARK
THEN ALL HOUSE LIGHTS OFF
Enhanced Conditions
Conditions can reference properties of units, security status, zones, thermostats, temperature and humidity sensors, time, date,
audio, access control, messages, as well as constants and user settings. The condition can be evaluated by just about anything the
LEVITON controller knows about.
a.
Units: current state, previous state, timer, and level.
b.
Security: security mode, current mode including exit delay, arming code, entry timer, exit timer, alarm status,
horn (sounder) status, and digital communicator status for each security area.
c.
Zones: loop reading, current state, arming state, and alarm state.
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For example:
d.
Thermostats: current temperature, heat setpoint, cool setpoint, heater currently running, air conditioning
currently running, system mode, fan mode, hold mode, freeze alarm, communications error, current humidity,
humidify setpoint, dehumidify setpoint, currently humidifying, currently dehumidifying, and outdoor
temperature.
e.
Temperature Sensors: current temperature, low setpoint, high setpoint, freeze alarm, and output state.
f.
Humidity Sensors: current humidity, low setpoint, and high setpoint.
g.
Time: time (hour and minute), hour, minute, daylight saving time status, and time of sunrise and sunset.
h.
Date: date (month and day), year, month, day, and day of week.
i.
Audio: power state, source, volume, and mute status for each audio zone.
j.
Access Control: lock status, last user, and whether access was granted or denied for each access control reader.
k.
Messages: currently displayed message and if it has been acknowledged.
l.
System: current energy cost, phone line status, battery reading, ok to arm status, armed status, and outdoor
temperature.
Real-Time Operation Status of Thermostats
The current real-time heating and cooling status on an Omnistat or Omnistat2 is indicated on the Temperature Page on an
OmniTouch Touchscreen. When the HVAC system is currently heating, a yellow block will appear around “Heat”. When the
HVAC system is currently cooling, a yellow block will appear around “Cool”
The current real-time humidifying and dehumidifying status of an Omnistat2 is indicated on the Humidity Page, for the respective
Omnistat2, on the OmniTouch Touchscreen. When the thermostat is calling for humidification, a yellow block will appear
around “Hmfy”. When the thermostat is calling for dehumidification, a yellow block will appear around “Dfhy”.
The current real-time status for heating, cooling, humidifying, and dehumidifying can also be used in automation programming
logic.
Omnistat2 Features
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Fan Cycle Mode
Vacation Hold
Humidity Display
Humidity Setpoints
Outdoor Temperature
Occupancy Status
Time and Date
Energy Status
Fan Cycle Mode
In Fan Cycle mode on an Omnistat2 thermostat, the fan is cycled on and off in 20 minute cycles to circulate the air.
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There are several features on Omnistat2 thermostats that are supported by the OmniPro II controller. These features include:
The fan control may be switched between auto, on, and cycle by selecting 4 (FAN) from the temperature menu of the selected
Omnistat2 thermostat:
Upstairs FAN
0=AUTO 1=ON
2=CYCLE
Vacation Hold
In Vacation Hold mode, the thermostat ignores program schedule and remote system temperature setting changes for the duration
of your scheduled time away. Vacation Hold can only be initiated at the Omnistat2 thermostat.
When an Omnistat2 thermostat is in Vacation Hold, the temperature display on the console or touchscreen for the selected
Omnistat2 thermostat will display “Vacation” in the place it would normally display the status of Hold. You can not initiate a
Vacation Hold command from the controller, but you are able to switch from Vacation Hold to Hold On or Hold Off.
Humidity Display
If your Omnistat2 is equipped with a humidity sensor, from a console or touchscreen, you can view the current relative humidity.
Humidity Setpoints
Humidity Setpoints are used to control connected equipment used for humidification and dehumidification.
The Humidify setting is used to control a stand alone humidifier.
The Dehumidify setting is used to control: a) the Fan Speed of an HVAC system with a variable speed fan, used to augment the
dehumidification process, or b) a stand alone dehumidifier.
These humidify and dehumidify settings can be modified from a console, touchscreen, or automation program. The humidify
setting may be adjusted at a console by selecting 6 (HMFY) from the temperature menu of the selected Omnistat2 thermostat:
Upstairs HUMIDIFY
ENTER HUMIDITY:
Enter the desired humidity level, and then press ' # ' to save setting. If the humidity level falls below this setting, the output
connected to the humidifier (if applicable) is activated.
The dehumidify setting may be adjusted at a console by selecting the 7 (DFHY) from the temperature menu of the selected
Omnistat2 thermostat:
Upstairs DEHUMIDIFY
ENTER HUMIDITY:
Outdoor Temperature
If your Omnistat2 is equipped with an external outdoor temperature sensor, you can view the outdoor temperature from a console
or touchscreen. The outdoor temperature can also be used as a condition in an automation program.
Occupancy Status
When the Program Mode of your Omnistat2 is configured for “Occupancy”, the program setpoints are based on the occupancy
status of OmniPro II controller. Whenever the security mode changes on the OmniPro II, it will send the current occupancy mode
(Day, Night, Away, or Vacation) to Omnistat2 thermostat. When configured in the manner, you can easily adjust the heat and
cool settings for each occupancy mode on the Omnistat2 without ever having to create or edit automation programs stored in the
controller.
Time and Date
The OmniPro II now sends the current time of day and the date to the Omnistat2. As long as the time and date is correct on the
OmniPro II, there is no need to set the time or date on the Omnistat2.
WEB VERSION
Enter the desired humidity level, and then press ' # ' to save setting. If the humidity rises above this setting, the output connected
to the HVAC fan control or dehumidifier (if applicable) is activated.
Energy Status
When OmniPro II sends the time and date to the Omnistat2, it also sends the current Energy Level. When the Energy Level
changes, the Omnistat2 will display the current “Energy Level” in the Message Bar and will change the backlight color on the
Omnistat2 display so that you will know the current energy status at a glance.
Automatic Cycling of Switched Power when the System is Disarmed
Whenever the OmniPro II security system is disarmed, the controller will cycle power to the SWITCH 12V or a Switched Power
Output to reset smoke detectors and other latching devices. In previous versions of controller firmware, the SWITCH 12V or
Switched Power Outputs were only cycled with the security system was armed.
This feature allows smoke detectors to be silenced and reset without having to arm the security system.
NuVo Grand Concerto and Essentia G Audio Systems
The OmniTouch menu operation support for the NuVo Grand Concerto and Essentia G audio systems include:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Emulation of functionality on NuVo display pads
Browsing of music by artist, album, track, genre, playlists, and favorites
Display of complete metadata from NuVonet sources
Control of zone, source, and system settings
Control through automation logic
Russound E-Series (Sphere) Audio Systems
The OmniTouch support for Russound E-Series (Sphere) audio systems include:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Emulation of Russound Uno S2 keypad
Limited music selection via favorites, presets, and transport controls
Display of metadata feedback from R-Net sources
Control of zone power, source, volume, and source transport controls
Control through automation logic
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Third-Party Protocol Enhancements
Numerous enhancements have been made to the Omni-Link and Omni-Link II protocols to increase functionality and ease thirdparty integration with LEVITON controllers. Omni-Link II provides for secure non-polling communication over IP networks. To
access
the
protocols,
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LEVITON Access Control
LEVITON Access Control allows you to access doors by opening an electric or magnetic lock, arm and disarm the security
system, and achieve many home automation functions such as controlling lighting, energy management, surveillance, and audio.
The Access Control Reader is a 125 KHz high security, digitally encrypted, 26-bit proximity card reader. It has durable and
scratch resistant polycarbonate housing and full epoxy potting which ensures successful operation even in harsh environments.
Users can utilize either a standard credit card sized Access Control Card or the convenient Access Control Key Tag to access the
system. Each card is attached to a user code in the controller which can be managed with several privileges. Users can be
granted privileges based on time of day and day of week as well as any other desired events.
The LEVITON Access Control Card Reader can be used for:
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Validating LEVITON Access Control Cards or Key Tags
Logging of Users assigned to Access Control Cards or Key Tags
Activating an Electric or Magnetic Lock
Arming or Disarming of the Security System in the respective Area
Activating Automation Programs
Validating LEVITON Access Control Cards and Key Tags
In its normal state (i.e. the lock output is in the locked state), a single LED indicator at the bottom of the Access Control Card
Reader is illuminated red. When an Access Control Card or Key Tag is presented at an Access Control Card Reader:
If a valid card or key tag is presented:
When a valid card or key tag is presented at the reader, the Access Control Card Reader will beep once and all 9 LED indicators
will illuminate the color of the current security arming state for that area.
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LED indicators illuminate red: The security system in the respective area is currently armed
LED indicators illuminate green: The security system in the respective area is currently disarmed
Note: The LED indicators will remain illuminated until the “Door Unlock” time expires. The “Door Unlock” time is the amount
of time configured for the door to remain unlocked when a valid card or key tag is presented at an Access Control Reader.
If an invalid card or key tag is presented:
Logging of the User assigned to the Access Control Card or Key Tag
When a card or key tag is presented at the reader and if the card that was presented is configured to log activity, the LEVITON
controller will log that the user presented their card at the respective Access Control Card Reader. The LEVITON controller will
log:
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The Access Control Card Reader where the card was presented
The User that presented the card
If the card was accepted or declined
The time and date in which the card was presented
Activating an Electric or Magnetic Lock
The LEVITON Access Control Card Reader has an output for an electric or magnetic door lock. When a valid card or key tag is
presented at the reader, all 9 LED indicators will illuminate indicating that the door is currently unlocked (the color of the LED
indicators signifies the current security arming state for that area). The LED indicators will stay illuminated while the lock is
unlocked. The lock will remain unlocked until the “Door Unlock” time expires. The “Door Unlock” time is configured in the
setup of the reader.
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If an invalid card is presented, the Access Control Card Reader will not beep or change the color or pattern of the LED indicators.
Note: When a valid card or key tag is presented at the reader, all 9 LED indicators will illuminate and remain illuminated until the
“Door Unlock” time expires, even if there is not a physical lock connected to the reader.
Arming or Disarming of the Security System in the Respective Area
Each LEVITON Access Control Card Reader is assigned to an Area. When a valid card or key tag (a card or key tag that is valid
for the current time of day and day of week, that is assigned for the respective reader, and that has arming and disarming
privileges for the respective reader) is presented at the reader 3 times, each presentation within 5 seconds of the previous
presentation of the card, the security system will:
(a) Arm to the Away mode (in the respective area) if the security system is currently disarmed, OR
(b) Disarm the security system (in the respective area) if the security system is currently armed in any security mode
When a valid card is first presented, the Access Control Card Reader will produce a single short beep and all 9 LED indicators
will illuminate the color of the current security arming state for that area. If the card is presented 2 more times within 5 seconds
of the previous presentation of the card, the Access Control Reader will produce a single long beep and the mode of the security
system will toggle between Off (disarmed) and Away. Whenever the security mode changes, the color of the 9 LED indicators
will also change to indicate the new arming state of the area: Red to indicate Away or Green to indicate Disarmed.
Activating Automation Programs
Automation programs can be activated when a card is presented at an Access Control Card Reader. Programs can be activated
when a card is presented at a reader by any user or by a specific user and can be executed if the card was accepted or declined.
For example, swiping a card can disarm the alarm, release the door lock, light a pathway into the house, change the temperature,
and turn on several zones of a whole home audio system, and select their volume and source.
User Setup
Each Access Control Card and Key Tag used is assigned to a code in the LEVITON controller. The Access Control Card or Key
Tag is governed by the validation times/days set for the code (i.e. the Access Control Card or Key Tag is only valid when the
code is valid).
Note: An Access Control Card or Key Tag may be assigned to a code even if the code is disabled (i.e. the user code is set to
0000). Even if the code is disabled, the Access Control Card or Key Tag may be used if it is currently valid.
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Enrolled
Deleted
Enabled and disabled
Assigned to specific Access Control Readers
Configured to log activity
Configured for arming and disarming privileges
WEB VERSION
Each Access Control Card and Key Tag can be:
Access Control Cards and Key Tags can easily be enrolled and configured using an LEVITON console or PC Access software.
Access Control Cards and Key Tags are enrolled and configured under Setup | Codes.
Enrolling Access Control Cards or Key Tags
To enroll Access Control Cards or Key Tags, from the Setup menu, press the 1 (CODES) key. Use the down arrow key to scroll
to the “Card Number” menu item. Access Control Cards or Key Tags can be enrolled into the system using one of the following
methods:
Method A)
Typing in the ID Number of the Access Control Card or Key Tag:
a.
Method B)
Enter the last 8 digits of the Access Control Card or Key Tag and then press the ' # ' key.
CARD 1 NUMBER:
000 00000
#=CFG ↕
CARD 1 NUMBER:
095 13564
#=DEL ↕
Enter configuration mode, then swipe the card 3 times at any Access Control Reader configured in the system:
a.
Press the ' # ' (#=CFG) key to put the system into configuration mode. The display will show:
CONFIGURE CARD 1
SWIPE CARD 3 TIMES
b.
Go to any Access Control Reader configured in the system, and swipe the Access Control Card or Key
Tag 3 times in front of the reader:
CARD 1 NUMBER:
095 13564
#=DEL ↕
Note: you have 3 minutes to complete the operation once the system is put into configuration mode. If an LEVITON Access
Control Card or Key Tag has not been swiped 3 times within the first 3 minutes, the controller will automatically exit
configuration mode.
Deleting Access Control Cards or Key Tags
To delete an Access Control Card or Key Tag that is enrolled in the system, scroll down to the particular “Card Number” menu
item, and then press the ' # ' (#=DEL) key.
CARD 1 NUMBER:
095 13564
#=DEL ↕
You will first be prompted to confirm deletion:
Deleting an Access Control Card or Key Tag will take it out of the system and it will not be valid any longer. You may choose to
delete a card if it has been lost, stolen, or not retuned.
Enabling and Disabling Access Control Cards or Key Tags
When an Access Control Card or Key Tag is enrolled into the system, by default it is enabled. This means that the Access
Control Card or Key Tag may be used if it is valid for the current time of day and day of week.
The Access Control Card or Key Tag may be temporarily disabled so that it can not be used at any Access Control Reader. An
Access Control Card or Key Tag may be temporarily disabled if it was misplaced.
CARD 1 ENABLED:
0=NO 1=YES
1
↕
Select 0 (NO) to disable the selected Access Card or Key Tag. Select 1 (YES) to enable the selected Access Card or Key Tag.
Assign Access Control Cards and Key Tags to Specific Access Control Readers
WEB VERSION
DELETE CARD 1?
0=NO 1=YES
Each Access Control Card or Key Tag can be assigned to 1 or more Access Control Readers. When an Access Control Card or
Key Tag is assigned to specific readers, the user only has access at the assigned readers.
Users do not have access to any reader in which their Access Control Card or Key Tag is not assigned. If a user presents their
Access Control Card or Key Tag at a reader in which their Access Control Card or Key Tag is not assigned, the reader does not
give any indication that a card was presented and a card “declined” event is generated in the system event log.
CARD 1 READERS:
1234567890123456 0=CLR ↕
By default, each configured Access Control Card or Key Tag is valid at all 16 readers. Each valid Access Control Reader is
represented by a single digit number. Starting at the left, 1-9 are Access Control Readers 1-9 respectively, 0 is Access Control
Reader 10, and 1-6 (that appear after 0) are Access Control Readers 11-16 respectively.
To add or remove an Access Control Reader from the list of valid readers, enter the reader number followed by the ' # ' key.
Note: for Access Control Readers 10-16, enter the two-digit reader number followed by the ' # ' key.
If the selected Access Control Card or Key Tag is to be valid at only a few Access Control Readers, you may first clear all Access
Control Readers from the list. To clear all Access Control Readers from the list, enter 0 followed by the ' # ' key. You may then
add the Access Control Readers that are to be valid.
CARD 1 READERS:
1-345----------- 0=CLR ↕
When all of the valid Access Control Readers have been entered, press the ' # ' key to store the new settings in memory.
Log Access Control Card and Key Tag Activity
Each Access Control Card or Key Tag that is enrolled in the system can be configured to log activity whenever the card is
presented at a reader, even if the user was denied access. When enabled, the system will log the Access Control Card Reader
where the card was presented, the user that presented the card, if the card was accepted or declined, and the time and date in
which the card was presented. Each time a card is presented, as long as there is a 5 second delay between each swipe, an event is
generated in the system event log.
CARD 1 LOGGING:
1
0=NO 1=YES
↕
Select 0 (NO) to disable logging for the selected user. Select 1 (YES) to enable logging for the selected user.
Configuring Access Control Cards or Key Tags for Arming and Disarming
WEB VERSION
Each Access Control Card or Key Tag may be configured to allow the user to arm or disarm the security system at Access Control
Readers that are configured for arming and disarming.
CARD 1 ARM/DISARM:
1
0=NO 1=YES
↕
When a valid card is first presented, the Access Control Card Reader will beep once and all 9 LED indicators will illuminate the
color of the current security arming state for that area.
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LED indicators illuminate red: The security system in the respective area is currently armed
LED indicators illuminate green: The security system in the respective area is currently disarmed
When the security system is disarmed, swiping the Access Control Card or Key Tag 3 times (each swipe within 5 seconds of the
previous swipe) will cause the security system to arm to the Away mode. When the security system is armed in any security
mode, swiping the Access Control Card or Key Tag 3 times (each swipe within 5 seconds of the previous swipe) will cause the
security system to disarm.
Select 0 (NO) to disable or 1 (YES) to enable arming and disarming privileges for the selected user.
WEB VERSION
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WEB VERSION
FOR CANADA ONLY
WEB VERSION
FCC Compliance
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:
• 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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