Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter Document Number: 466-1403 Rev. A July 1997

Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter Document Number: 466-1403 Rev. A July 1997
Access 4-Button
Keychain Transmitter
Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter
Document Number: 466-1403 Rev. A
July 1997
ITI=92764
NCS=46382
Sensor=5804
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Activates auxiliary APM output control.
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Activates door strike output on the Access
Receiver.
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Activates panic output on the Access Receiver.
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Activates auxiliary output control on the
Access Receiver.
It also provides convenient options for the following security system operations:
9162G19A.DS4
60-606-95-AC
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
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Arms and disarms the system.
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Arms the system with no delay.
n
Activates Police Panic alarm.
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Activates Auxiliary Panic Alarm.
n
Turns on and off lights.
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Turns on and off the Energy Saver Module.*
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Provides control for flashing lights on and
off.*
* Not supported by all systems.
This document describes how to install and operate
the Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter. The
KeychainTransmitter is used for remote operation
in access control systems, security systems, or
both.
Guidelines
This product is functionally identical to ITI’s 4Button Keychain Touchpad (60-606-319.5). It has a
label for use with an access control system.
Access Control
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Product Summary
The Access Receiver sends the transmitter’s
ID to the APM in one of three formats: ITI,
NCS, or Sensor, determined by the receiver
setting.
The Keychain Transmitter is wireless and easily
fits on a keychain, in a pocket, or in a purse.
Security System
For access control functions, the transmitters
require the use of the Quik Bridge RF Access
Receiver. When the Access Receiver is used with
an APM (Access Point Manager), you can use the
keychain touchpad as you would a Wiegand card
with a card reader.
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Keychain transmitters can be learned into
security system panels as either sensors or
wireless touchpads.
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Each learned keychain transmitter uses one of
the available sensor numbers or one of the
four wireless touchpad numbers.
For example, if a Security Pro 4000 system
(with 40 zones) has six keychain transmitters
learned as sensors, 34 available sensor numbers remain.
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Keychain transmitters learned as sensors are
programmed into unsupervised groups
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When learned as sensors, keychain transmitters
can be bypassed or deleted. This helps prevent
lost or stolen keychain transmitters from oper-
The 4-Button Keychain Transmitter provides convenient options for the following access control
operations:
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Activates door strike for APM-controlled
doors, which may be individually selected
using the transmitter’s different buttons.
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Provides panic or duress APM response.
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Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter
ating the system.
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For keychain transmitters learned as sensors,
use the sensor number as the user number for
central station reports.
Adding Keychain Transmitters to Your
Security System Panel
Transmitters Learned as Sensors
Installation
1.
2.
3.
This section describes how to complete the following:
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Add a keychain transmitter to an access control system.
Learn keychain transmitters into ITI security
systems as either a sensor or a wireless touchpad.
Adding Keychain Transmitters to Your
Access Control System
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
1.
2.
Check the Access Receiver output format setting for data sent to the APM.
Select the appropriate keychain transmitter ID
number, located on the label on the back of
the transmitter. Use this number for the card
number in the standard method for adding
cards to the APM database.
Transmitters Learned as
Wireless Touchpads
Note:
1.
2.
3.
ITI=92764
NCS=46382
Sensor=5804
4.
5.
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Figure 1. ID Number Label on Keychain
Transmitter
3.
4.
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Add the appropriate keychain transmitter ID
number to the APM.
If you have additional keychain transmitters,
repeat steps 2 and 3 until all are entered into
the APM.
Disarm the security system.
Place the security system in program mode.
Using an alphanumeric touchpad, enter the
learn sensors mode.
Select the appropriate unsupervised group
number.
Select the desired sensor number assigned to
the keychain transmitters.
Trip the keychain transmitters by pressing and
holding the Lock and Unlock buttons together
until the LED on the transmitter flashes.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all keychain transmitters are learned.
Reset the security system.
6.
7.
If your system uses multiple wireless touchpads, each touchpad must be relearned at
this time. If existing touchpads are not
relearned, they are permanently deleted from
your panel’s memory.
Disarm the security system.
Place the security system in program mode.
Using an alphanumeric touchpad, enter the
learn touchpads mode.
Press the keychain transmitter’s Lock and
Unlock buttons together until the LED on the
transmitter flashes.
If you have other keychain touchpads, repeat
step 4 until all are learned into the system.
If you have wireless touchpads, repeat step 4
until all are learned into the system.
Exit learn touchpad mode and reset the security system.
Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter
Testing
(upper sensor number 81).
Lights Button
Testing with Access Receiver
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Turns on or off lights controlled by lamp
modules.
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For certain systems, pressing and holding
the button for 2.5 seconds makes all controlled lights flash on and off at 1-second
intervals. Lights stop flashing when
another button is pressed or when the
arming level is changed.
Please reference the Quik Bridge RF Access
Receiver Installation Instructions, document number
466-1386, on how to complete Access Receiver
testing.
Star Button
LOCK
LIGHTS
UNLOCK
STAR
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Used for NO DELAY in certain systems.
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Turns Energy Saver on/off certain systems.
Lights and Star Buttons Together
The panel responds with an auxiliary panic
alarm (upper sensor number 82).
Specifications
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Figure 2. Button Names on 4-Button Keychain
Transmitter
Testing Keychain Transmitter Operation
With Your Security System Panel
Unlock Button
The security system disarms to level 1.
Lock Button
with Keychain Touchpad Direct Arming,
feature 25, OFF:
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The system attempts arming from level 1
to level 2.
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The system attempts arming from level 2
to level 3.
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If protesting, the security system responds
as if BYPASS was pressed.
Compatibility:
RF Access Receiver (all versions),
Caretaker+ (version 4.0 or later),
Commander 3000 (version 4.0 or later),
Commander 2000 (version 4.0 or later),
FonSafe (version 3.0 or later),
LifeGard (version 1.1 or later),
Meter Minder (version 3.0 or later),
Security 5000 (all versions),
Security Pro 4000 (version 4.0 or later),
Security Pro 3000 (version 4.0 or later),
Security Pro 2000 (version 4.0 or later),
Simon (all versions),
SX-V Special (version 8.0 or later),
UltraGard (all versions).
Power Requirements:
or, with feature 25 ON:
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The security system arms directly to level
3, with no delay.
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If protesting, the security system responds
as if BYPASS was pressed.
Lock and Unlock Buttons Together
The security system responds with an alarm
condition as follows:
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Keychain transmitters learned as sensors
generate an alarm based on the sensor
group in which they are learned.
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Keychain transmitters learned as wireless
touchpads generate a police panic alarm
12V 33 mAh
Alkaline Battery Range:
At least 500’ open air
Dimensions:
L = 2.30” x W = 1.45” x H = .48”
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Access 4-Button Keychain Transmitter
Equipment Mentioned In
this Document
Quik Bridge RF Access Receiver
60-663
2-Button Keychain Touchpad
60-607-319.5
4-Button Keychain Touchpad
60-606-319.5
Access 2-Button Keychain
Transmitter
60-607-95-AC
Notices
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.
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can
void the users’ authority to operate the equipment.
6 5 1 / 7 7 7 - 2 6 9 0
6 5 1 / 7 7 9 - 4 8 9 0
TI, Access, Caretaker+, Commander, and Meter Minder are registered trademarks of
Interactive Technologies, Inc.
Quik Bridge, Security Pro, LifeGard, and UltraGard are trademarks of Interactive
Technologies, Inc.
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