Code Alarm CA-640 User guide

Code Alarm CA-640 User guide
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Icon LCD Keypad
DGP2-640
User Guide
DGP2-640
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Table of Contents
Introduction.............................................................. 1
Basic Operation ....................................................... 2
Action Keys ......................................................................... 2
Keypad Indicator Lights....................................................... 3
Visual Feedback.................................................................. 4
Auditory Feedback .............................................................. 5
Modes and Settings ............................................................ 5
Partitioned System .................................................. 7
Area Status Display............................................................. 7
Zones ........................................................................ 8
Zone Status Display ............................................................ 8
Arming ...................................................................... 9
Exit Delay Timer.................................................................. 9
Regular Arming ................................................................... 9
Stay Arming....................................................................... 10
Instant Arming ................................................................... 10
Force Arming..................................................................... 11
One-Touch Keys ............................................................... 12
Keyswitch Arming.............................................................. 13
Auto-Arming ...................................................................... 13
Bypass Programming........................................................ 14
Disarming ............................................................... 16
Entry Delay Timer ............................................................. 16
Disarming an Armed System ............................................ 17
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Alarm Memory Display...................................................... 17
Access Codes ........................................................18
System Master Code ........................................................ 18
User Access Codes .......................................................... 20
Keypad Lock-Out .............................................................. 24
Trouble Display......................................................25
Additional Features ...............................................28
Programmable Outputs (PGMs) ....................................... 28
Panic Alarms..................................................................... 28
Programming Chime Zones.............................................. 28
Programming the Time ..................................................... 30
Quick Function Keys .............................................31
Fire and Burglar Alarms........................................32
Standard Fire Zone........................................................... 32
Delayed Fire Zone ............................................................ 32
Fire Safety Tips................................................................. 34
Minimizing Home Fire Hazards......................................... 35
Burglar Alarm.................................................................... 35
Testing and Maintenance......................................36
Burglar Alarm Testing ....................................................... 36
Fire Alarm Testing ............................................................ 36
System Maintenance ........................................................ 36
System Test...................................................................... 36
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1.0 Introduction
The 640 Icon LCD Keypad allows you to easily access your security
system's functions and provide you with an easy-to-understand
display of your security system's alarm and operational status.
All the of actions performed in your security system will be executed
and displayed through the keypad. Your security system uses
advanced technology which will provide you with reliable security
protection and powerful features that are easy to use.
Since you will communicate your instructions to the system through
your keypad, please read this manual carefully and have your
installer explain basic system operation.
1.1 Legend
= Indicates a warning.
= Indicates a note or reminder.
[Number]= Indicates information that must be entered on the keypad.
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2.0 Basic Operation
This section provides an overview of the keypad’s functionalities.
This includes the use of action keys and visual feedback.
Many of the features in your system must be enabled by your
installer. If the feature is not programmed, the keypad will emit a
rejection beep and the action will be cancelled.
2.1 Action Keys
The Icon keypad has action keys with which you can access the
keypad’s various functions as outlined in Table 1.
Table 1: Action Keys
Action Key
Key
Description
Stay Arm
Arms the perimeter only, allowing you to
remain in the protected area. Refer to
Stay Arming on page 10.
Force Arm
Arms area without waiting for all zones to
close. Refer to Force Arming on page 11.
Regular Arm
Arms individual areas or all assigned
areas when all zones are closed. Refer to
Arming on page 9.
Disarm
Disarms individual areas or all assigned
areas. Refer to Disarming on page 16.
Zone Bypass
Deactivates specific zones the next time
the system is armed. Refer to Bypass
Programming on page 14.
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Action Key
Key
Description
Events in
Memory
Displays a record of recently triggered
alarms. Refer to Alarm Memory
Display on page 17.
System Trouble
Displays a list of any system troubles that
occurred. Refer to Trouble Display on
page 25.
Set User Codes
Change user access codes. Refer to
Access Codes on page 18.
2.2 Keypad Indicator Lights
The state of each light on the keypad represents a specific condition
in your system as outlined in Table 2.
Table 2: Light Indications
Light
Function
Display
Status
AC Light
ON
Power ON
OFF
Power OFF
Status Light
Green ON
All zones closed
Green OFF
Zone(s) open or in tamper
Green flash
Exit delay
Red ON
Area(s) armed
Red OFF
Area(s) disarmed
Red flash
System in alarm
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2.3 Visual Feedback
The icons on the keypad’s screen communicate your system’s status
as outlined in Table 3.
Table 3: Icon Display and Functionalities
Icon(s)
Display and Functionality
Indicates numbers corresponding to zones
and option numbers. If a zone or zones are
open, their corresponding number(s) will
appear.
Indicates which areas are Force armed.
Refer to Force Arming on page 11.
Indicates which areas are Regular armed.
Refer to Arming on page 9.
Indicates which areas are Instant armed.
Refer to Instant Arming on page 10.
Indicates which areas are Stay armed.
Refer to Stay Arming on page 10.
Indicates the numerical values for the time,
sections, zones, options and codes.
Indicates which zones are in Chime Mode.
Refer to Programming Chime Zones on
page 28.
Indicates a tamper situation in the system.
Refer to Trouble Display on page 25 and
Group [5]: Zone Tamper on page 27.
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Icon(s)
Display and Functionality
Indicates a fire zone situation in the system.
Refer to Fire and Burglar Alarms on
page 32.
Indicates system troubles. Refer to Trouble
Display on page 25.
Indicates bypassed zones. Refer to Bypass
Programming on page 14.
Indicates alarms stored in memory. Refer to
Alarm Memory Display on page 17.
2.4 Auditory Feedback
When you enter information on the keypad, it will guide you with beep
tones. You should be familiar with these:
Confirmation Beep: When an operation (i.e. arming/disarming) is
successfully completed on the keypad or when the system switches
to a new status/mode, the keypad produces an intermittent beep tone
(“BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP”).
Rejection Beep: When the system reverts to its previous status or
when an action is performed incorrectly on the keypad, it will emit a
continuous beep tone (“BEEEEEEEEP”).
2.5 Modes and Settings
2.5.1 Confidential Mode
Your installer can program your keypad to hide the status of your
system by changing the keypad from Normal Mode to Confidential
Mode. This occurs when your keypad has been inactive for a period
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of time as defined by your installer. In Confidential Mode all of the
indicator lights will turn off and the keypad will not display any zones
or status icons. Depending on how your keypad was programmed by
your installer, you must either press a key or enter your user access
code to activate Normal Mode.
2.5.2 Multiple-action
If your installer has enabled this feature, your keypad will permit you
to complete more than one action without having to reenter your user
access code. Press the [ ] key to exit the User Menu.
2.5.3 Display Settings
You can adjust the illumination of the LCD screen to suit your needs.
How do I adjust the display settings?
1. Press and hold the [6] key for 3 seconds. Your keypad will emit
a confirmation beep and the display options (1 to 3) will scroll.
The display option will appear on the left, while the option’s
setting will appear on the right. Press the key corresponding to
the setting you wish to modify.
• Option 1 – Adjust the scroll speed (0 is the highest, 7 is the
slowest)
• Option 2 – Adjust the backlight (0 is the lowest, 7 is the
highest)
• Option 3 – Adjust the contrast (0 is the lowest, 7 is the
highest)
2. Use the [S] and [T] keys to increase or decrease the settings.
3. Press the [
] key to save and exit.
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3.0 Partitioned System
Your system is equipped with a partitioning feature that can divide
your alarm system into sections identified as areas. Partitioning can
be used in installations where shared security systems are more
practical, such as a home office or warehouse building. When
partitioned, each zone, each user code and many of your system's
features can be assigned to one or more areas.
An area is the same as a partition. The term partition or partitioning is
a reference installers use to describe the division of secured
premises. Only your installer can partition your premises.
3.1 Area Status Display
If any areas within the system are armed, the display will show which
areas are armed and how each is armed. See Table 3 on page 4, and
Figure 1 on page 8 for more information.
If any zones are open, their respective zone numbers will either
appear on the left side of the screen (zones 1 to 16), or scroll
incrementally (17 to 96) in the center of the screen. For more
information, see Zones on page 8.
Various icons will display after certain events have occurred within
the system. Please see Table 3 on page 4 for more information on
the different icons and their functionalities.
How do I view the status of an area?
1. Press and hold the key corresponding to the area you want to
view. See Figure 1 on page 8 to see how open zones are
displayed.
2. Press [ ] to exit.
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4.0 Zones
Zones are designated spaces within an area, which are monitored by
the alarm system. Zones can be protected by devices such as
magnetic door contacts and motion detectors.
4.1 Zone Status Display
The Icon keypad displays the status of individual zones within a
partitioned system. It can show up to 96 open zones which are
displayed as follows:
• Zones 1 to 16 will illuminate on the left-hand side of the LCD
screen.
• Zones 17 to 96 will appear as digital numbers and will scroll
incrementally until 96, then repeat the cycle from 17 onwards
again.
Figure 1: LCD Screen Display
Zones 1 to 16
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5.0 Arming
When the system is armed, it will respond to any breach in the zones
according to the way each zone is programmed. For example, if
someone opens a window that is armed, the system can trigger an
alarm and alert your monitoring station.
5.1 Exit Delay Timer
Arming the system will start the Exit Delay Timer. This will provide
enough time for you to exit the protected area before the system
arms. The
light and the appropriate arm icon will both flash during
the exit delay. Your installer can assign different time limits and
program the keypad to beep during the exit delay.
5.2 Regular Arming
This method is used for the everyday arming of the system. All zones
within the protected area must be closed to arm the system.
How do I Regular arm the system?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE]. Your keypad will emit a confirmation
beep. The functionality icons will illuminate.
2. Press the [ ] key.
3. If you have access to more than one area, press the number key
representing the area you want to arm, or press the [0] key for
all assigned areas. After the confirmation beep, the Exit Delay
Timer will begin. The Regular arm
icon (or the affected area
numbers) will flash.
4. Once the system has armed, the Regular arm
illuminate with the armed areas
icon will
.
Use One-Touch keys (see Section 5.6 on page 12) or a
keyswitch to arm the area (see Section 5.7 on page 13).
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5.3 Stay Arming
Stay arming will partially arm your system allowing you to remain in
the protected area. For example, you can arm your doors and
windows at home without arming the motion detectors so that you will
be protected while you sleep. Only user access codes with the Stay
and Instant arm options enabled can Stay arm the system.
How do I Stay arm?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [ ] key.
3. If you have access to more than one area, press the number
key representing the area you want to arm or press the [0]
key for all assigned areas. After the confirmation beep, the
Exit Delay Timer will begin. The Stay arm
icon (or the
affected area numbers) will flash.
4. Once the system has armed, the Stay arm
icon will
illuminate with the armed areas
.
Use One-Touch keys (see Section 5.6 on page 12) or a
keyswitch to arm the area (see Section 5.7 on page 13).
5.4 Instant Arming
This feature is similar to Stay arming. Instant arming will partially arm
your system, permitting you to remain in the protected area, but all
zones (including the entry/exit points) are changed to Instant Alarm
Zones. Therefore, if any armed zone is breached the alarm will be
triggered instantly. Only user access codes with the Stay and Instant
arm option enabled can Instant arm.
Use One-Touch keys (see Section 5.6 on page 12) or a
keyswitch (see Section 5.7 on page 13) to arm the area.
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How do I Instant arm?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [5] key.
3. If you have access to more than one area, press the number
key representing the area you want to arm or press the [0] key
for all assigned areas. After the confirmation beep, the Exit
Delay Timer will begin. The Instant arm
icon (or the affected
area numbers) will flash.
4. Once the system has armed, the Instant arm
icon will
illuminate with the armed areas
.
5.5 Force Arming
Force arming allows you to arm your system while zones are still
open. As the system arms, it will ignore any open zones. Once the
the system is armed, it will then arm all open zones as soon as they
close. Only user access codes with the Force arm option enabled
can Force arm the system.
This feature is commonly used when a motion detector is protecting
an area occupied by a keypad. When Force arming, the motion
detector will remain unarmed (open zone will be ignored) until you
exit the area that it protects. The system will then arm the motion
detector after the zone is closed.
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How do I Force arm?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [ ] key.
3. If you have access to more than one area, press the number
key representing the area you want to arm or press the [0]
key for all assigned areas. After the confirmation beep, the
Exit Delay Timer will begin. The Force arm
affected area numbers) will flash.
4. Once the system has armed, the Force arm
illuminate with the armed areas
icon (or the
icon will
.
You may use the One-Touch keys (see page 12) or a keyswitch
(see Section 5.7 on page 13) to arm the area.
5.6 One-Touch Keys
Your installer can program your system to respond to certain features
with the touch of a key. You can then access these features without
using your user access code. Press one of the following keys and
hold it until you hear a confirmation beep.
[ ] - Regular arms an area. Refer to Regular Arming on page 9.
[ ] - Disarms an armed area. Refer to Disarming on page 16.
[ ] - Stay arms an area. Refer to Stay Arming on page 10.
[ ] - Force arms an area. Refer to Force Arming on page 11.
[ ] - Accesses Bypass Programming. Refer to Bypass
Programming on page 14.
[5] - Instant arms an area. Refer to Instant Arming on page 10.
[6] - Modifies the screen settings. Refer to Display Settings on
page 6.
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If you have access to more than one area, press the number key
representing the area you want to arm or press the [0] key for all
assigned areas.
5.7 Keyswitch Arming
Your installer can add a keyswitch to arm and disarm your system.
Your installer can program the keyswitch to arm in Regular, Stay,
Force or Instant mode. In addition, the keyswitch can act as a
Maintained or Momentary keyswitch.
5.7.1 Maintained Keyswitch
To arm the system, place in the “ON” position.
To disarm the system, place in the “OFF” position.
5.7.2 Momentary Keyswitch
To arm the system, place it in the “ON” position briefly then place it
back in the “OFF” position. Repeating this process will disarm the
system.
5.8 Auto-Arming
You can program one or more areas to arm automatically. Ask your
installer for details.
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5.8.1 Timed Auto-Arming
You can set the time that an area will arm itself automatically. An Exit
Delay will beep for one minute prior to the area(s) arming.
Auto-arming must be enabled in the control panel’s System
Options.
How do I set the Auto-arming Timer?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
Press the [0] key.
Press the [ ] key.
Select an area. If you have access to more than one area, the
number(s) corresponding to the area(s) to which you have access
will scroll in sequence. Press the number key representing the
area you want to arm.
5. Enter the time that you want the area to arm. Refer to
Programming the Time on page 30 for details on time formats.
6. Press the [ ] key at any point to exit without saving.
5.8.2 No Movement Auto-Arming
If there is no activity in an area during a specified period of time, your
control panel can arm the system. It can then send an arming report
to the monitoring station. Speak to your installer about this feature.
5.9 Bypass Programming
Your installer can program certain zones with the Bypass option. This
will enable you to bypass certain zones when you arm the protected
area. When a zone is bypassed, it will be ignored the next time you
arm the system. For example, if you are renovating part of a
protected area, you can bypass some of its zones. The system will
keep the bypassed zone(s) in memory until the area is armed. Once
the area is disarmed, the system will unbypass the zones.
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To Bypass a Zone:
• Your installer must enable the Bypass feature for the selected
zone(s).
• Program your user access code to include the Bypass option.
• Ensure that your user access code can access the zone’s area
assignment.
Fire Zones cannot be bypassed.
How do I Bypass a zone?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [ ] key.
3. Use the [T] and [S] keys to scroll through the zones you wish
to bypass.
4. Press the [ ] key to bypass or unbypass a zone. The Bypass
icon will stop flashing to indicate that it has been bypassed
and the zone number will illuminate on the left side of the screen
(for zones 1 to 16).
5. Press the [ ] key to exit. The Bypass
icon will remain
illuminated to indicate that the Bypass feature is active.
If a zone’s number is not displayed and your keypad emits a
rejection beep, the zone may not have the Bypass feature
enabled.
You can also enter the 2-digit number(s) of the zone(s) you wish
to bypass in step 3 on page 15.
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5.9.1 Bypass Recall
The Bypass Recall feature allows you to bypass the same zones that
were bypassed during the last armed period at the touch of a key.
How do I activate Bypass Recall?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [ ] key. Your keypad will emit a confirmation beep.
3. Press the [ ] key. All zones that were bypassed during the last
time the system was armed will illuminate (zones 1 to 16 will
appear on the left side of the screen and 17 to 96 will scroll in
the center of the screen) and will be bypassed.
4. If you wish, re-enter the zone’s number to change a bypassed
zone to an unbypassed zone and vice versa.
5. Press the [ ] key to exit.
6.0 Disarming
When the system is disarmed, zones are deactivated so that an
alarm will not be triggered if any zones are breached. Any user can
disarm the system unless their code has been assigned the Arm
Only option or the option that only allows the user to control PGMs.
6.1 Entry Delay Timer
Based on your instructions, your installer will program designated
entry points (such as the front door or the garage door) with an entry
delay. This delay will allow enough time for you to enter your code to
disarm the system before the alarm is triggered.
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6.2 Disarming an Armed System
You will only be able to disarm the area to which your user access
code is assigned. User access codes with the Arm Only option will
not be able to disarm the system.
How do I disarm the system?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [ ] key. If you have access to more than one area,
press the number key representing the area you want to disarm
or press the [0] key for all assigned areas.
You can also use a One-Touch key (see Section 5.6 on page
12) or a keyswitch (see Section 5.7 on page 13) to disarm the
area(s).
Disarming with a One-Touch key is only possible if the system
has been Stay or Instant armed.
How do I disarm a system in alarm?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Call your monitoring station quickly to advise them of the alarm.
In case of a burglar alarm, leave the premises and call your
monitoring station from a safe place.
6.3 Alarm Memory Display
Your system will record all of the alarms which occurred during the
last armed period. If an alarm was triggered in any area assigned to
your keypad, the Memory
icon will illuminate.
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How do I view a list of alarms that occurred?
When the Memory
icon is illuminated:
1. Press the [ ] key. The Memory
icon will flash.
2. Zone icons on the left side of the screen will illuminate to
display zones that caused an alarm as outlined in Zone Status
Display on page 8.
3. Press the [ ] key to exit the Alarm Memory Display. The
Memory
icon and numerical light(s) will turn off.
The zones that were in alarm will remain in the Alarm Memory
until the next time that area is armed.
7.0 Access Codes
Access codes are codes that will allow you and others to access the
system. These codes can be programmed to permit access to all or
some of the features and areas. Your installer will program user access
codes to be four digits, six digits, or variable from one to six digits in
length. Each digit can be any value between zero and nine. If your
installer programmed your system to accept a variable code length,
you may have to press the [
] key after entering your user access
code. Only the System Master Code cannot be less than four digits.
7.1 System Master Code
Default: 1234 (DGP-848) / 123456 (DGP-NE96)
The System Master Code will allow you to access every feature as
well as the ability to add, modify, or delete any user access code. We
suggest that you change this code to prevent others from accessing
and changing your options without authorization.
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How do I change the System Master Code?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter your [ACCESS CODE]. The functionality icons will illuminate.
Press the [0] key.
Press the [ ] key. “SECTION” will illuminate
Enter either numbers [0] and [1] (DGP-848) or [0], [0], [1]
(DGP-NE96). “DATA” will illuminate.
5. Enter a [NEW CODE]. If the user code is of variable length, press
the [
] key after entering the user code. When you have
entered the maximum number of digits, your keypad will emit a
half beep when it switches to User Options.
If there are more than 4 areas in the system, the System
Master Code cannot be modified using the Icon keypad.
6. User Options: Press the [
] or [S] key. Your keypad will emit
a half beep when it switches to Area Assignment. Pre-existing
assignments will illuminate.
7. Area Assignment: Press the [
] or [S] key.
8. Access Level: Press the [
] or [S] key.
9. Schedule Assignment: Press the [
] or [S] key.
10. Access Control User Options: Press the [
] or [S] key.
11. Access Card’s serial number: Press the [
] or [S] key to
save all the changes and exit.
Press the [ ] key at any point to exit without saving. Navigate
through the procedure using the [S] (forward) or [T] (back) keys.
The System Master Code has access to all Access Control
doors and all Access Control features at all times. Only the
card’s serial number and the choice of arming method can
be changed. If any of the other options are manually
changed, the System Master Code will immediately revert
to its original programming.
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7.2 User Access Codes
Your keypad is compatible with both DGP-848 and DGP-NE96
systems. With a DGP-848 system, this keypad can support up to 96
user access codes using 2-digit code values (02 to 96). With a
DGP-NE96 system, this keypad can support up to 999 user codes
using 3-digit code values (002 to 999). In both systems, code 01
(DGP-848) and 001 (DGP-NE96) is a System Master Code.
User access codes can be programmed with various options, which
will allow you to control the access to your system. Only the System
Master Code and codes with the Master feature enabled can program
user access codes with their User Options and Area Assignment.
You cannot set options for (or create users with access to)
areas that you do not have access to.
How do I program a user access code?
1. Enter your [SYSTEM MASTER CODE] or [ACCESS CODE] with
Master feature.
2. Press the [0] key to enter the User Programming Menu.
3. Press the [ ] key.
4. Enter the 2-digit user number (02 to 96 for DGP-848) or 3-digit
number (002 to 999 for DGP-NE96) that you wish to program.
5. Enter a user code. If you do not want to change an existing one,
press the [
] key. Your keypad will emit a half beep when it
switches to User Options. Pre-existing options will illuminate.
6. Program the User Options (Table 4 on page 21) by turning the
options ON or OFF. When options are set, press the [
] key
or the [S] key. Your keypad will emit a half beep as it switches to
Area Assignment. Pre-existing assignments will illuminate.
7. Program the Area Assignment (Table 5 on page 23). An area is
assigned when the corresponding icon appears on the screen.
When finished, press the [
] key or the [S] key.
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8. Program the Access Level (Table 6 on page 23).
9. Program the Schedule Assignment (Table 7 on page 23).
10. Program the Access Control User Options (Table 8 on page 24).
When finished, press the [
] key or the [S] key.
11. Enter Access Card’s serial number. Press the [
] or [S] key
to save all the changes and exit.
Press the [ ] key at any point to exit without saving. Navigate
through the procedure using the [S] (forward) or [T] (back) keys.
If your keypad emits a rejection beep, you may have chosen an
existing user code or you don’t have access to the User Option
or area.
7.2.1 Erasing Access Codes
How do I erase an existing access code?
1. Perform steps 1 to 4 on page 20.
2. Press the [ ] key in steps 5 to 11 on pages 20 and 21.
3. Press the [
] key to save and exit.
Table 4: User Options
Press option ON/OFF Option Description
[1]
[2]
Master Feature
OFF
OFF (default)
Disabled
OFF
ON
Disabled
ON
OFF
Master feature enabled
Modifies user codes only
ON
ON
Full Master feature enabled
Create or modify other user codes, User
Options, and Area Assignment according to
its own User Options and Area Assignment.
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Press option ON/OFF Option Description
[3]
Duress Feature
OFF (default)
Disabled
ON
Duress feature enabled
Sends a silent alarm to the monitoring station
when you enter your code
Used when someone forces you to disarm
areas
[4]
Bypass Feature
OFF
Disabled
ON (default)
Bypass feature enabled
Can deactivate zones using the bypass
programming feature
[5]
Arm only
OFF (default)
Disabled
ON
Arm only enabled
Can arm assigned areas, but cannot disarm
[6]
Stay and Instant arm
OFF (default)
Disabled
ON
Stay and Instant arm feature enabled
Can Stay or Instant arm the system
[7]
Force arm
OFF (default)
Disabled
ON
Force arm feature enabled
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Table 5: Area Assignment
Press Key ON/OFF
Area Assignment
[1] ON †
Access to Area 1
[2] ON †
Access to Area 2
[3] ON †
Access to Area 3
[4] ON †
Access to Area 4
[5] ON †
Access to Area 5 *
[6] ON †
Access to Area 6 *
[7] ON †
Access to Area 7 *
[8] ON †
Access to Area 8 *
All keys OFF
Controls PGMs only (if PGMs are
programmed by your installer).
† If the area is enabled, the default is ON.
* DGP-NE96 only
Table 6: Access Level
Access Level = Enter level from 00 to 15 (00 = access to all doors;
default). See your control panel’s Reference & Installation Manual.
Table 7: Schedule Assignment
Schedule = Enter level from 00 to 15 (00 = access granted at all
times; default). See your control panel’s Reference & Installation
Manual.
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Table 8: Access Control User Options
Press Key
ON/OFF
User Options
[1]
Access Card is activated
[2]
Can disarm with Access Card
[3]
Access Card with Extended Unlocked Period
[4]
[5]
[6]
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF Can Regular arm with Access Card
ON
ON
OFF
OFF Can Stay arm with Access Card
ON
OFF
ON
OFF Can Instant arm with Access Card
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
[8]
[7]
Feature
Can Force arm with Access Card
Can open armed Access Control Doors
All keys are OFF by default.
In a partitioned system the system is divided into distinct
protected areas. User access codes are only able to perform
actions (arming, disarming, etc.) in the area(s) the code is
assigned.
7.3 Keypad Lock-Out
If a consecutive number of invalid codes are entered on your keypad,
your installer can program the system to lock out access from the
keypad for a specified period of time. This feature is enabled through
the control panel and must be enabled by your installer.
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8.0 Trouble Display
When your system experiences problems or is tampered with, the
trouble
icon will illuminate. Most of the trouble conditions will be
programmed by your installer to be reported directly to your
monitoring station (if connected). Your keypad will only display
troubles that occur in the area(s) to which the keypad has been
assigned.
Potential troubles have been sorted into eight groups. Contact your
monitoring station in the event of an unlisted trouble.
We strongly suggest that you inform your monitoring station of
the trouble and allow them to service your system.
How do I view the Trouble Display?
1. The trouble
icon illuminates.
2. Press the [ ] key. The trouble
icon will flash and the digit(s)
representing the group heading number will appear. If there is
more than one trouble event, they will scroll.
3. Press the numerical key corresponding to the Group heading to
view the specific trouble. The condition(s) within the Group will
appear. If there is more than one condition they will scroll.
4. Press the [ ] key to exit.
If your keypad is in Confidential Mode, the trouble
icon will
not illuminate until you enter your user access code or press a
key, depending on how your keypad was programmed.
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8.0.1 Group [1]: System
Trouble [1]: AC Failure
Indicates that your system is running on the backup battery. The AC
light on your keypad will be turned off during a power failure. If this
trouble occurs when your establishment is not experiencing a power
failure, call your monitoring station for repairs.
Trouble [2]: Battery Trouble
Indicates that the backup battery is disconnected or needs to be
recharged or replaced.
Trouble [3]: AUX Current Limit
Indicates that devices connected to the system have exceeded
current limits. The auxiliary output will shut down until the troubled
has been rectified.
Trouble [4]: Bell Current Limit
Indicates that the bell or siren connected to the system has exceeded
current limits. The bell/siren output will shut down until the trouble is
rectified.
Trouble [5]: Bell Absent
Indicates that the system has detected that the bell or siren is not
connected.
8.0.2 Group [2]: Communicator
Trouble [1]: TLM1
The control panel is unable to access the main telephone line.
Troubles [2] to [5]: Fail to Communicate
The control panel tried all assigned telephone numbers and failed to
contact the monitoring station.
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Trouble [6]: Fail to Communicate PC
The control panel is unable to communicate with the WinLoad software.
If a trouble occurs from either Group [3] or [4], call your
installer.
8.0.3 Group [5]: Zone Tamper
Indicates that one or more zones have been in tamper. The
numerical LEDs for the zone or zones that have been tampered with
will be illuminated.
8.0.4 Group [6]: Zone Low Battery
Indicates that a wireless device's battery needs to be replaced. The
numerical symbols for the zone that it is assigned to will be
illuminated. Also, the yellow light on the device will flash to indicate
this trouble.
8.0.5 Group [7]: Zone Fault
Indicates that a smoke detector is experiencing a wiring problem and
needs to be cleaned or that a wireless device is no longer
communicating with its receiver.
8.0.6 Group [8]: Clock Loss
Indicates that the time and date have been reset to the default. This
is the only trouble that we recommend you correct.
How do I set the time within the Trouble Menu?
Refer to Programming the Time on page 30 for a detailed
explanation of the two time formats.
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9.0 Additional Features
9.1 Programmable Outputs (PGMs)
Your system includes Programmable Outputs (PGMs) that can be
programmed by your installer. A PGM triggers when a predetermined
event or series of events occur in your system. The PGMs can be
programmed to reset smoke alarms, turn on light switches, open or
close garage doors and much more. Ask your installer abut this
useful feature.
9.2 Panic Alarms
Your system can be programmed to send an alarm to your
monitoring station to alert them that you require emergency
assistance when you press a predetermined combination of number
keys on your keypad. Three Panic Alarms can be programmed to
request help from the police, a medical facility, the fire department, or
anyone you wish. Ask your installer about programming these
features in your system. Your installer can program the alarms to be
either silent or audible.
Press and hold buttons [1] and [3] for the police.
Press and hold buttons [4] and [6] for a medical alarm.
Press and hold buttons [7] and [9] for a fire alarm.
9.3 Programming Chime Zones
You can program your keypad to emit a rapid, intermittent beep
whenever designated zones are opened or when a zone is opened
between certain hours. These zones are referred to as Chime Zones.
If you have several keypads, they must each be programmed
separately. Your installer can program your Chimed Zones to also
beep upon closure.
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9.3.1 Activating a Chime Zone
How do I program my keypad to beep every time a zone
opens?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [9] key to enter the Chiming Menu. Your keypad will
emit a confirmation beep. The chime icon will illuminate and
the Chime Options will scroll.
3. Press the [1] key. Your keypad will emit a confirmation beep and
any already Chimed Zones will illuminate.
4. Use the [S] and [T] keys to scroll through the zones you wish
to designate as chimed and press the [ ] key to Chime or
Unchime a zone. The chime icon will stop flashing to indicate
that the zone has been chimed and the zone number will
illuminate (zones 1-16) as shown in Figure 1 on page 8.
5. Press [ ] or [
] to exit.
You can also enter the 2-digit number(s) of the zone(s) in step 4.
9.3.2 Setting a Chime Zone Time Period
How do I program all the keypad’s Chimed Zones to beep only
when they open between specific hours?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Press the [9] key to enter the Chiming Menu. Your keypad will
emit a confirmation beep. The chime icon will illuminate and
Chime Options will scroll.
3. Press the [2] key. The first digit of the previous time entered will
flash.
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4. Enter the time you want all Chimed Zones to start beeping
when they open (according to the keypad’s time format as
outlined in Programming the Time on page 30). After entering
the time, your keypad will emit a confirmation beep.
5. Enter the time you want all Chimed Zones to stop beeping
when they open (according to the keypad’s time format as
outlined in Programming the Time on page 30). After entering
the time, your keypad will emit a confirmation beep.
Press the [
] key at any point to exit without saving.
If you want the Chimed Zones to beep every time they open,
enter 00:00 (midnight) in Steps 4 and 5.
9.4 Programming the Time
How do I program the time?
Ask your installer which time format has been programmed.
For the International format (24Hr):
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE]. Your keypad will emit a confirmation
beep. The functionality icons will illuminate.
2. Press the [ ] key.
3. Press the [8] key. The first digit of the previous time will flash
4. Enter the hour and minutes according to the 24-hour clock
(i.e. 9:00 a.m. is 09:00 and 9:00 p.m. is 21:00).
5. Enter the year or press the [
] key to leave it unchanged.
6. Enter the month or press the [
] key to leave it unchanged.
7. Enter the day or press the [
] key to leave it unchanged.
Press the [
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For the U.S. format (a.m./p.m.):
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE]. Your keypad will emit a confirmation
beep. The functionality icons will illuminate.
2. Press the [ ] key.
3. Press the [8] key.
4. Enter the hour and minutes. If you enter the time in the
International format, the keypad will switch from U.S. format to
International format.
5. Press the [1] key for a.m. or press the [2] key for p.m.
6. Enter the year or press the [
] key to leave it unchanged.
7. Enter the month or press the [
] key to leave it unchanged.
8. Enter the day or press the [
] key to leave it unchanged.
Press the [
] key at any point to exit without saving.
10.0 Quick Function Keys
You will only need to use the Quick Function keys upon your
installer’s or monitoring station's request. Only the System Master
Code or user access codes with the Master feature enabled will be
able to access these functions.
How do I access the Quick Function Keys?
1. Enter your [SYSTEM MASTER CODE] or [ACCESS CODE] with
Master feature.
2. Press the [0] key.
3. The following keys enable specific functions:
[ ] - Sends a test report to the monitoring station.
[ ] - Calls the monitoring station's diagnostic software.
[ ] - Answers the monitoring station's diagnostic software.
[ ] - Cancels the communication with the monitoring station.
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11.0 Fire and Burglar Alarms
11.1 Standard Fire Zone
During a fire alarm, the bell/siren will emit an intermittent sound
(BEEP-BEEP-BEEP) until silenced or reset. If the zone is a standard Fire
Zone, the system can immediately send an alert to your monitoring
station.
How do I disarm the system if it was accidentally triggered?
1. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2. Call your monitoring station quickly to advise them of the false
alarm.
The Fire Zone may reset itself once the problem has
cleared. If it does not, simultaneously press and hold the
[ ] and [
] keys for two seconds or speak to your
installer.
11.2 Delayed Fire Zone
During a delayed fire alarm, the bell/siren will emit an intermittent
sound (BEEP-BEEP-BEEP) until silenced or reset. If the zone is a
delayed Fire Zone, there is an automatic delay before the system
contacts the monitoring station (see Figure 2 on page 33). This will
prevent unnecessary reporting of false alarms.
If you are unable to cancel the fire alarm, the system will send
an alert (if connected). Call your monitoring station to advise
them of the false alarm.
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Figure 2: Delayed Fire Zone
Delayed Fire Zone
triggered
Bell/siren activated. Transmission of the report
delayed for 30 seconds. The fire alarm
icon
will appear on the LCD screen.
Has the problem been
Yes
corrected within the 30 second
delay?
No
Has a second Delayed Fire
Zone triggered within the 30
second delay?
Bell/siren
continues and Fire
Yes Alert report sent to
the monitoring
station.
No
Has any key been pressed
within the 30 second delay?
No
Yes
Bell/siren silenced. Transmission of the Fire Alert
report delayed an additional 90 seconds. The fire
alarm
icon will flash on the LCD screen.
Problem corrected within the
90 second delay?
Yes
No
END
Alarm disabled
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What do I do if the fire alarm is set off accidentally?
1. Press the [ ] key within 30 seconds of the alarm.
2. Clear the problem from the area.
3. If problem remains, the alarm will sound again. Press the [
key again. These steps will instruct the system to delay
reporting the alert to the monitoring station.
]
The Fire Zone may reset itself once the smoke has cleared.
If it does not, simultaneously press and hold the [ ] and
[
] keys for two seconds or speak to your installer.
11.3 Fire Safety Tips
What should you do to prepare in case of a fire in your home or
business?
1. Remind everyone to escape first, then call for help.
2. Develop a fire escape plan and designate a meeting place
outside.
3. Practice the escape plan frequently.
4. Plan two ways to escape from every room, if possible.
5. Practice feeling the way out with eyes closed.
6. Remind everyone never to stand up during a fire, always crawl
low under the smoke and keep mouths covered.
7. Instruct everyone never to return to a burning building for any
reason.
8. Check smoke alarms regularly.
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11.4 Minimizing Home Fire Hazards
How can you avoid the four most common causes of fires at home?
1. Never leave cooking food unattended. Cooking fires are often a
result of unattended cooking and human error, rather than
mechanical failure.
2. Stay alert when smoking. Careless smoking is the leading cause
of fire deaths. Smoke detectors, smolder-resistant bedding, and
upholstered furniture are significant fire deterrents.
3. Maintain your heating system. Heating is the second leading
cause of residential fires. However, heating fires are a larger
problem in single family homes than in apartments. Unlike
apartments, the heating systems in single family homes are often
not professionally maintained.
4. Since fires produce smoke and deadly gases that can overcome
occupants while they sleep, smoke detectors should be installed
in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms and on each additional
story of the family living unit, including basements.
11.5 Burglar Alarm
If your armed system is breached, the burglar alarm devices specific
to your system will be triggered. If your keypad is in Normal Mode:
• The
light may flash red and the Regular Arm icon (or if the
system is partitioned, the area number that is affected) will flash.
• The keypad may beep. The Memory
icon will illuminate.
• The bell or siren may be activated.
• The zones in alarm will be recorded in the Alarm Memory Display.
In case of a burglar alarm, leave the premises and call your
monitoring station from a safe place.
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12.0 Testing and Maintenance
12.1 Burglar Alarm Testing
This test requires two people. One person will watch the keypad while
the other person walks around and opens the zones (i.e. open the
doors and windows that are protected). The LCD screen will display
the opened zones as shown in Figure 1 on page 8. If a zone does not
register, contact your installer. Use the Area Status Display to view
the open zones in other areas assigned to your keypad. Your installer
will provide details on the best way to test your particular system.
12.2 Fire Alarm Testing
Do NOT use an open flame or burning materials to test your fire
detection devices. Your installer will provide details on the best way
to test your particular system.
12.3 System Maintenance
Under normal use your system requires virtually no maintenance
other than regular testing. Your installer should change the battery
every three years.
12.4 System Test
Speak to your installer before conducting a system test since the
system must be programmed to respond to the test instructions. We
recommend that you conduct the system test once a week. Contact
your installer for instructions concerning your particular system.
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How do I conduct the System Test?
1. Call the monitoring station to advise them that you are testing
the system.
2. Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
3. Press the [8] key. The system will test all its connections and
can send a report to your monitoring station. If the system
detects a problem, the trouble
icon will illuminate (see
section 8.0 Trouble Display on page 25). Call your installer for
repairs.
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Warranty
Paradox Security Systems Ltd. (“Seller”) warrants its products to be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of one year. Except as specifically
stated herein, all express or implied warranties whatsoever, statutory or otherwise, including
without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose, are expressly excluded. Because Seller does not install or connect the products
and because the products may be used in conjunction with products not manufactured by
Seller, Seller cannot guarantee the performance of the security system and shall not be
responsible for circumstances resulting from the product’s inability to operate. Seller
obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing, at
Seller's option, any product not meeting the specifications. Returns must include proof of
purchase and be within the warranty period. In no event shall the Seller be liable to the
buyer or any other person for any loss or damages whether direct or indirect or
consequential or incidental, including without limitation, any damages for lost profits stolen
goods, or claims by any other party, caused by defective goods or otherwise arising from the
improper, incorrect or otherwise faulty installation or use of the merchandise sold.
Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, the Seller’s maximum liability will be strictly
limited to the purchase price of the defective product. Your use of this product signifies your
acceptance of this warranty.
*BEWARE: Dealers, installers and/or others selling the product are not authorized to modify
this warranty or make additional warranties that are binding on the Seller.
The user is cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved by Paradox
Security Systems could void the user’s authority to operate/use the equipment.
© 2002-2005 Paradox Security Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. Specifications may change
without prior notice. One or more of the following US patents may apply: 6215399, 6111256,
5751803, 5721542, 5287111, 5119069, 5077549, 5920259, 5886632. Canadian and
international patents may also apply. Digiplex and WinLoad are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Paradox Security Systems Ltd. or its affiliates in Canada, the United States
and/or other countries.
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