Security Command XR200-485 User`s guide

Security Command XR200-485 User`s guide
XR200-485
User’s Guide
XR200-485
User’s Guide
Silencing an Alarm
1. While the alarm bell or siren is sounding, enter your user code. The system silences the alarm bell or siren.
2. If your system is programmed to send an Abort (alarm cancel) report to the central station, the keypad displays ALARM
CANCELLED.
Copyright© 1997 -1999 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
Silencing an Alarm
1. While the alarm bell or siren is sounding, enter your user code. The system silences the alarm bell or siren.
2. If your system is programmed to send an Abort (alarm cancel) report to the central station, the keypad displays ALARM
CANCELLED.
Copyright© 1997 -1999 Digital Monitoring Products, Inc.
Information furnished by DMP is believed to be accurate and reliable.
This information is subject to change without notice.
LT-0364 (4/99)
LT-0364 (4/99)
Security Command User's Guide
for XR200-485 Command Processor Panels
Table of Contents
About your system
Emergency Evacuation Plans ...................................... ii
About Your Security System ......................................... 1
The Security Command Keypad ................................... 2
Special Security Command Displays ............................ 3
Special Security Command Tones ................................ 4
Understanding Security System Terms ........................ 5
General Arming Operation ............................................ 6
System Test ................................................................. 15
Custom User Codes .................................................... 16
Forgive Failure To Exit ................................................. 18
Ambush Codes ............................................................ 18
Deleting User Codes ................................................... 19
Changing User Codes ................................................. 19
Schedules ................................................................... 20
Setting the Date and Time ........................................... 24
Arming and Disarming
Area System Arming ..................................................... 7
Area System Disarming ................................................ 8
User Menu
Security Command User Menu ................................... 9
Alarm Silence .............................................................. 10
Sensor Reset .............................................................. 10
Door Access ................................................................ 11
Armed Areas Display ................................................... 11
Outputs On Off ........................................................... 12
Zone Status ................................................................. 12
Bypass Zones .............................................................. 13
Zone Monitor ............................................................... 14
System Status ............................................................. 15
Display Events
Display Events ............................................................. 25
Arming and Disarming Event Displays ........................ 26
Zone Event Displays ................................................... 26
User Code Change Event Displays ............................. 27
System Monitor Event Displays ................................... 27
Door Access Event Displays ....................................... 28
Schedule Change Event Displays ............................... 28
Zone Bypass Event Displays ....................................... 29
Service Request Feature ............................................. 29
How Your System is Setup
System Setup .............................................................. 30
Appendix ..................................................................... 35
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Security Command User's Guide
for XR200-485 Command Processor Panels
Table of Contents
About your system
Emergency Evacuation Plans ...................................... ii
About Your Security System ......................................... 1
The Security Command Keypad ................................... 2
Special Security Command Displays ............................ 3
Special Security Command Tones ................................ 4
Understanding Security System Terms ........................ 5
General Arming Operation ............................................ 6
System Test ................................................................. 15
Custom User Codes .................................................... 16
Ambush Codes ............................................................ 18
Deleting User Codes ................................................... 19
Changing User Codes ................................................. 19
Schedules ................................................................... 20
Setting the Date and Time ........................................... 24
Arming and Disarming
Display Events
Area System Arming ..................................................... 7
Area System Disarming ................................................ 8
Display Events ............................................................. 25
Arming and Disarming Event Displays ........................ 26
Zone Event Displays ................................................... 26
User Code Change Event Displays ............................. 27
System Monitor Event Displays ................................... 27
Door Access Event Displays ....................................... 28
Schedule Change Event Displays ............................... 28
Zone Bypass Event Displays ....................................... 29
Service Request Feature ............................................. 29
User Menu
Security Command User Menu ................................... 9
Alarm Silence .............................................................. 10
Sensor Reset .............................................................. 10
Door Access ................................................................ 11
Armed Areas Display ................................................... 11
Outputs On Off ........................................................... 12
Zone Status ................................................................. 12
Bypass Zones .............................................................. 13
Zone Monitor ............................................................... 14
System Status ............................................................. 15
How Your System is Setup
System Setup .............................................................. 30
Appendix ..................................................................... 35
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Emergency Evacuation Plans
First Floor
Second Floor
The National Fire Protection Association recommends that you
establish an emergency evacuation plan to safeguard lives in the
event of a fire or other emergency. Use the following steps as a guide.
Fire Escape
Draw a floorplan of your home or business
On a clean sheet of paper, draw the walls, windows, doors, and stairs.
Also draw any obstacles that a person may encounter while exiting the
building such as large furniture or appliances.
Window Ladder
Develop escape routes
Determine at least two routes the occupants in each room can take to
safely escape. One route can be the most obvious such as the door.
Another can be through a window that can be easily opened. If the
window is high off the ground, an escape ladder should be provided.
Building Front
Building Back
Draw arrows on the floorplan to show escape routes from each room.
Decide where to meet
Prearrange a meeting place outside and away from where emergency
personnel are likely to be working. A neighbor's house or across the
street in the front of the house are good locations. Always perform a
head count to make sure all occupants safely exited. NEVER ENTER
A BURNING BUILDING. If the head count shows one or more
persons missing, give this information immediately to the authorities.
Never enter a building to look for someone.
Practice your escape plans
Devising an escape plan is only the beginning, before the plan can be
effective everyone should practice the escape routes from each room.
Early detection
The best way to survive a fire or other emergency is to get out early.
The installation of a fire alarm system, with smoke and carbon
monoxide detectors in each room, can greatly decrease your risk of
loss or injury.
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Emergency Evacuation Plans
First Floor
Second Floor
The National Fire Protection Association recommends that you
establish an emergency evacuation plan to safeguard lives in the
event of a fire or other emergency. Use the following steps as a guide.
Fire Escape
Draw a floorplan of your home or business
On a clean sheet of paper, draw the walls, windows, doors, and stairs.
Also draw any obstacles that a person may encounter while exiting the
building such as large furniture or appliances.
Window Ladder
Develop escape routes
Determine at least two routes the occupants in each room can take to
safely escape. One route can be the most obvious such as the door.
Another can be through a window that can be easily opened. If the
window is high off the ground, an escape ladder should be provided.
Building Front
Building Back
Draw arrows on the floorplan to show escape routes from each room.
Decide where to meet
Prearrange a meeting place outside and away from where emergency
personnel are likely to be working. A neighbor's house or across the
street in the front of the house are good locations. Always perform a
head count to make sure all occupants safely exited. NEVER ENTER
A BURNING BUILDING. If the head count shows one or more
persons missing, give this information immediately to the authorities.
Never enter a building to look for someone.
Practice your escape plans
Devising an escape plan is only the beginning, before the plan can be
effective everyone should practice the escape routes from each room.
ii
Early detection
The best way to survive a fire or other emergency is to get out early.
The installation of a fire alarm system, with smoke and carbon
monoxide detectors in each room, can greatly decrease your risk of
loss or injury.
Introduction
About Your Security System
The Security Command system has been designed with your safety
and comfort in mind. It uses the latest in computer based technology
to create the most advanced, user friendly security, fire, and access
control system available.
The Security Command system combines ease of use with a simple
to understand Security Command keypad to offer the full range of
features requested by today’s security system owners.
A Note About False Alarms
One of the most important concerns facing the security industry today
is false alarms. The accidental dispatching of police and fire agencies
places others in jeopardy by limiting the response capability of those
emergency service units. We take this concern seriously and have
spent many hours training our employees to recognize the causes of
false alarms and prevent them from occurring.
Security Command can turn portions of your protection on or off at any
time by pressing a few keys, or have the system turn on or off
automatically, every day, by entering a simple schedule. You can add,
delete, and change personal user codes at any time or check the
status of protection devices in the system.
As part of our commitment to reducing false alarms, we’d like to
encourage you to read this guide thoroughly. All the information
contained here can help you quickly, and comfortably, learn the
operation of the Security Command system. If you have any additional
questions, or feel that you need more training, please don’t hesitate
to contact us.
Parts of the System
Test Your System Weekly
There are two main parts to the Security Command system, the
Security Command keypad and the keypad User Menu.
It is recommended that you test the burglary portion of your system at
least once each week. Testing should involve an active test of all
doors, windows, and motion detectors connected to your system. If
your system also has fire protection, call the service department to
find out how this portion of your system should be tested.
Security Command keypad
This is the device we've placed at certain locations throughout the
premises that allow you to turn the system’s protection on and off
using your personal user code.
Keypad User Menu
Refer to the System Test section of this guide for instructions on
testing the burglary portion of your system.
The keypad also provides a simple User Menu containing all of the
functions you need to fully operate your system such as changing the
time of day or a personal user code.
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Introduction
Introduction
About Your Security System
The Security Command system has been designed with your safety
and comfort in mind. It uses the latest in computer based technology
to create the most advanced, user friendly security, fire, and access
control system available.
The Security Command system combines ease of use with a simple
to understand Security Command keypad to offer the full range of
features requested by today’s security system owners.
Security Command can turn portions of your protection on or off at any
time by pressing a few keys, or have the system turn on or off
automatically, every day, by entering a simple schedule. You can add,
delete, and change personal user codes at any time or check the
status of protection devices in the system.
Parts of the System
There are two main parts to the Security Command system, the
Security Command keypad and the keypad User Menu.
Security Command keypad
This is the device we've placed at certain locations throughout the
premises that allow you to turn the system’s protection on and off
using your personal user code.
Keypad User Menu
A Note About False Alarms
One of the most important concerns facing the security industry today
is false alarms. The accidental dispatching of police and fire agencies
places others in jeopardy by limiting the response capability of those
emergency service units. We take this concern seriously and have
spent many hours training our employees to recognize the causes of
false alarms and prevent them from occurring.
As part of our commitment to reducing false alarms, we’d like to
encourage you to read this guide thoroughly. All the information
contained here can help you quickly, and comfortably, learn the
operation of the Security Command system. If you have any additional
questions, or feel that you need more training, please don’t hesitate
to contact us.
Test Your System Weekly
It is recommended that you test the burglary portion of your system at
least once each week. Testing should involve an active test of all
doors, windows, and motion detectors connected to your system. If
your system also has fire protection, call the service department to
find out how this portion of your system should be tested.
Refer to the System Test section of this guide for instructions on
testing the burglary portion of your system.
The keypad also provides a simple User Menu containing all of the
functions you need to fully operate your system such as changing the
time of day or a personal user code.
Introduction
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The Security Command Keypad
Your system may have one or more easy to use Security Command
keypads (16 or 32 character) that allow you to properly operate the
system. The illustration and descriptions below highlight some of the
keypad features:
AC
LED
Lighted display
32-Character Keypad
SELECT keys
Data Entry keys
ARMED
LED
COMMAND key
ARROW key
Lighted display
16-Character Keypad
SELECT keys
AC LED
1
3
2
5
6
MNO
9
GHI
DEF
ABC
4
JKL
Data Entry keys
8
7
PQR
POWER
VWX
STU
0
COMMAND key
COMMAND
YZ
ARROW key
The SELECT keys
There are four keys under the display called the SELECT keys. These
keys are one of the features that make your system so easy to
operate. They allow you to choose what to do by pressing the
SELECT key under choices being shown in the display.
The ARROW key
The ARROW key is used to go back through the keypad displays while
operating your system. You can press the ARROW key to back up
through the list of functions in the User Menu or to make a correction
by erasing the last character you entered.
The COMMAND key
The COMMAND key allows you to advance through the keypad
displays or User Menu or complete a data entry function.
AC LED
This LED remains on steady as long as your system is connected to
its AC power supply. Should there be an interruption, the LED turns
off and the system's backup battery maintains normal operation for a
time allowing you to contact our service department.
ARMED LED
This LED is ON steady anytime a burglary protection area is armed
and is OFF when ALL areas are disarmed.
32-Character Keypad User Options Menu
Press and hold the ARROW and COMMAND keys for about two
seconds. The keypad display shows SET BRIGHTNESS. Use the left
SELECT key to lower the display brightness. Use the right SELECT
key to increase the display brightness. Press COMMAND.
At SET TONE, use the left SELECT key to lower the keypad tone. Use
the right SELECT key to raise the keypad tone. Press COMMAND.
At SET VOLUME LEVEL, use the left SELECT key to lower the
keypad volume. Use the right SELECT key to raise the keypad
volume. Press the ARROW key to exit out of the User Options menu.
Data Entry keys
These keys allow you to enter your user code when arming or
disarming or enter other information into the system.
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Introduction
The Security Command Keypad
Your system may have one or more easy to use Security Command
keypads (16 or 32 character) that allow you to properly operate the
system. The illustration and descriptions below highlight some of the
keypad features:
AC
LED
Lighted display
32-Character Keypad
SELECT keys
Data Entry keys
ARMED
LED
COMMAND key
ARROW key
Lighted display
16-Character Keypad
SELECT keys
AC LED
1
3
2
6
MNO
9
4
GHI
DEF
ABC
5
PQR
JKL
Data Entry keys
8
7
0
POWER
STU
VWX
COMMAND
COMMAND key
YZ
ARROW key
The SELECT keys
There are four keys under the display called the SELECT keys. These
keys are one of the features that make your system so easy to
operate. They allow you to choose what to do by pressing the
SELECT key under choices being shown in the display.
The ARROW key
The ARROW key is used to go back through the keypad displays while
operating your system. You can press the ARROW key to back up
through the list of functions in the User Menu or to make a correction
by erasing the last character you entered.
The COMMAND key
The COMMAND key allows you to advance through the keypad
displays or User Menu or complete a data entry function.
AC LED
This LED remains on steady as long as your system is connected to
its AC power supply. Should there be an interruption, the LED turns
off and the system's backup battery maintains normal operation for a
time allowing you to contact our service department.
ARMED LED
This LED is ON steady anytime a burglary protection area is armed
and is OFF when ALL areas are disarmed.
32-Character Keypad User Options Menu
Press and hold the ARROW and COMMAND keys for about two
seconds. The keypad display shows SET BRIGHTNESS. Use the left
SELECT key to lower the display brightness. Use the right SELECT
key to increase the display brightness. Press COMMAND.
At SET TONE, use the left SELECT key to lower the keypad tone. Use
the right SELECT key to raise the keypad tone. Press COMMAND.
At SET VOLUME LEVEL, use the left SELECT key to lower the
keypad volume. Use the right SELECT key to raise the keypad
volume. Press the ARROW key to exit out of the User Options menu.
Data Entry keys
These keys allow you to enter your user code when arming or
disarming or enter other information into the system.
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Introduction
Special Security Command Displays
As you use your system, you’ll occasionally see a keypad display that
asks you to enter a code or that describes a condition on the system.
Below are some examples of the displays you'll see:
ALARM
A 24 hour zone (for example fire or panic) or an armed burglary zone
has been tripped. Your system may sound bells or sirens.
INVALID TIME
A user code assigned to a specific schedule has been entered outside
of the valid schedule. See Schedules and User Codes.
ARMED AREA
A user has attempted a door access to an armed area to which they
do not have disarming capability.
FAILED TO EXIT
There is a problem with a protection device or system component.
This display is accompanied by a description of the problem.
A user assigned the anti-passback option, has attempted to re-enter
an area which they did not exit properly. The user must exit the area
through the proper door. If not possible, your system administrator
should select the Forgive option in the User Codes menu option.
ENTER CODE
SYSTEM TROUBLE or SERVICE REQUIRED
TROUBLE
The system requires you to enter your user code. User codes can be
required for turning your system on (arming), turning your system off
(disarming), and many other functions.
As you enter your user code, the keypad display shows an asterisk
(*) in place of each digit pressed. This keeps others from seeing your
user code on the display as it’s entered.
TRY AGAIN or INVALID CODE
The user code you've entered is not recognized by the system. Check
the user code and try again.
INVALID LEVEL
There is a problem with one or more of the components in your
system. Contact our service department as soon as possible.
SYSTEM BUSY
The Security Command system is performing another task of a higher
priority. This usually only takes a few moments.
Special Wireless Displays
Your system may use radio transmitters to send alarm and trouble
information from the protection devices to the panel. Wireless systems
operate the same as hardwired and also have a few unique keypad
displays.
All user codes have authority levels that allow the user to only access
certain functions. When a user attempts a function outside their
authority, the INVALID LEVEL message displays.
BACK DOOR - LOBAT – (Low Battery) The battery in a radio
transmitter is low. (BACK DOOR is used as an example only.)
INVALID AREA
BACK DOOR - MISNG - (Missing) The panel is not receiving the radio
transmitter's periodic test report.
A user has attempted a door access for an area they are not assigned.
WIRELESS - TRBL - (Trouble) Some part of your wireless system is
operating improperly. Test the system to locate the trouble.
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Introduction
Special Security Command Displays
As you use your system, you’ll occasionally see a keypad display that
asks you to enter a code or that describes a condition on the system.
Below are some examples of the displays you'll see:
ALARM
A 24 hour zone (for example fire or panic) or an armed burglary zone
has been tripped. Your system may sound bells or sirens.
INVALID TIME
A user code assigned to a specific schedule has been entered outside
of the valid schedule. See Schedules and User Codes.
ARMED AREA
A user has attempted a door access to an armed area to which they
do not have disarming capability.
FAILED TO EXIT
There is a problem with a protection device or system component.
This display is accompanied by a description of the problem.
A user assigned the anti-passback option, has attempted to re-enter
an area which they did not exit properly. The user must exit the area
through the proper door. If not possible, your system administrator
should select the Forgive option in the User Codes menu option.
ENTER CODE
SYSTEM TROUBLE or SERVICE REQUIRED
TROUBLE
The system requires you to enter your user code. User codes can be
required for turning your system on (arming), turning your system off
(disarming), and many other functions.
As you enter your user code, the keypad display shows an asterisk (*)
in place of each digit pressed. This keeps others from seeing your
user code on the display as it’s entered.
TRY AGAIN or INVALID CODE
The user code you've entered is not recognized by the system. Check
the user code and try again.
INVALID LEVEL
There is a problem with one or more of the components in your system.
Contact our service department as soon as possible.
SYSTEM BUSY
The Security Command system is performing another task of a higher
priority. This usually only takes a few moments.
Special Wireless Displays
Your system may use radio transmitters to send alarm and trouble
information from the protection devices to the panel. Wireless systems
operate the same as hardwired and also have a few unique keypad
displays.
All user codes have authority levels that allow the user to only access
certain functions. When a user attempts a function outside their
authority, the INVALID LEVEL message displays.
BACK DOOR - LOBAT – (Low Battery) The battery in a radio
transmitter is low. (BACK DOOR is used as an example only.)
INVALID AREA
BACK DOOR - MISNG - (Missing) The panel is not receiving the radio
transmitter's periodic test report.
A user has attempted a door access for an area they are not assigned.
WIRELESS - TRBL - (Trouble) Some part of your wireless system is
operating improperly. Test the system to locate the trouble.
Introduction
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Special Security Command Tones
Understanding Security System Terms
Your keypad also contains a small speaker that allows it to alert you
to events as they occur on your system. Below are brief descriptions
of the different tones you'll hear from the keypad:
Throughout this guide, and in some displays on your keypad, you’ll
see certain words or phrases that might be unfamiliar. Although every
effort has been made to use terms that are commonly known, there
are some for which there was no acceptable substitute.
Fire Alarm tone: An intermittent sweeping siren that sounds until the
fire alarm is silenced. From LCD keypads only.
Below are some terms you’ll see here and on your keypad display:
Burglary Alarm tone: A constant siren tone that continues until the
alarm is silenced. From LCD keypads only.
Key press tone: A short beep each time you press a key on the
keypad and it’s acknowledged by the system.
Prewarn tone: A continuous pulsed tone that sounds when you open
an entry delay door on a system that is armed (turned on) reminding
you to disarm the burglary protection.
Monitor tone: A pulsed tone for one second, one pulse only that
sounds whenever a door or window is opened while you’re using the
zone monitor function from the User Menu. LCD keypads sound a
doorbell chime. See Zone Monitor.
Trouble tone: A steady tone indicating a trouble condition on your
system. Press a SELECT key to silence.
What to do when the trouble tone is sounding
You can silence the trouble tone by pressing any one of the top
row SELECT keys. This only silences the keypad and does not
correct the condition that originally caused the trouble.
Arming
This is the term used for turning on the burglary protection in one or
more areas of the system. Your system may require you to enter a user
code. When armed, the system is able to sound alarm bells or sirens
and, if monitored, send alarm reports to a central station when a
burglary zone is tripped.
Fire, panic, and other 24 hour devices are always turned on and do not
need to be armed.
Disarming
This means turning off one or more areas of the system. When
disarmed, the system does NOT sound alarms or send alarm reports
to a central station when a burglary zone is faulted.
Zone
A zone refers to one or more protected openings (doors or windows)
or protection devices (motion or glassbreak detectors) grouped together
under the same zone name and number.
Often, similar devices in the same general area will share the same
zone. For example, the windows on the east side of the premises can
all be grouped together in a zone named E. WINDOWS.
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Introduction
Special Security Command Tones
Understanding Security System Terms
Your keypad also contains a small speaker that allows it to alert you
to events as they occur on your system. Below are brief descriptions
of the different tones you'll hear from the keypad:
Throughout this guide, and in some displays on your keypad, you’ll
see certain words or phrases that might be unfamiliar. Although every
effort has been made to use terms that are commonly known, there
are some for which there was no acceptable substitute.
Fire Alarm tone: An intermittent sweeping siren that sounds until the
fire alarm is silenced. From LCD keypads only.
Burglary Alarm tone: A constant siren tone that continues until the
alarm is silenced. From LCD keypads only.
Key press tone: A short beep each time you press a key on the
keypad and it’s acknowledged by the system.
Prewarn tone: A continuous pulsed tone that sounds when you open
an entry delay door on a system that is armed (turned on) reminding
you to disarm the burglary protection.
Monitor tone: A pulsed tone for one second, one pulse only that
sounds whenever a door or window is opened while you’re using the
zone monitor function from the User Menu. LCD keypads sound a
doorbell chime. See Zone Monitor.
Trouble tone: A steady tone indicating a trouble condition on your
system. Press a SELECT key to silence.
What to do when the trouble tone is sounding
You can silence the trouble tone by pressing any one of the top
row SELECT keys. This only silences the keypad and does not
correct the condition that originally caused the trouble.
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Below are some terms you’ll see here and on your keypad display:
Arming
This is the term used for turning on the burglary protection in one or
more areas of the system. Your system may require you to enter a
user code. When armed, the system is able to sound alarm bells or
sirens and, if monitored, send alarm reports to a central station when
a burglary zone is tripped.
Fire, panic, and other 24 hour devices are always turned on and do
not need to be armed.
Disarming
This means turning off one or more areas of the system. When
disarmed, the system does NOT sound alarms or send alarm reports
to a central station when a burglary zone is faulted.
Zone
A zone refers to one or more protected openings (doors or windows)
or protection devices (motion or glassbreak detectors) grouped
together under the same zone name and number.
Often, similar devices in the same general area will share the same
zone. For example, the windows on the east side of the premises can
all be grouped together in a zone named E. WINDOWS.
Introduction
Understanding Security System Terms
Entry or Exit zone
Almost all systems have one or more doors through which you can
enter or exit the premises. These doors are programmed with a delay
time to allow you to enter or exit without setting off the alarm.
When you arm the system, activity on this zone is ignored until the
programmed exit delay time expires. Once that time has expired and
the system is fully armed, opening the door causes the panel to start
the entry delay time. During the entry delay time, you must enter a
valid user code to disarm the system or an alarm will occur.
Instant Zone
Status
Status is a feature that automatically displays the armed or disarmed
status of your system on the Security Command keypads. Alarm or
trouble conditions on a zone or a system monitor such as AC or battery
trouble can also be displayed. There are two types of status information
available: Armed Status and Status List.
Armed Status
With Armed Status, the keypad displays the current armed condition
of areas within your security system. For example:
When you arm areas 1 to 4, the keypad shows = 1 2 3 4
When you arm areas 1 and 3, the keypad shows = 1
3
Exterior windows and non entry doors, or interior protection devices,
are typically not programmed with delay times. If these zones are
tripped while the system is armed, an alarm occurs instantly.
Also, for keypads that include an Armed LED, the Armed LED is
ON steady anytime a burglary protection area is armed and is OFF
when ALL areas are disarmed.
24 Hour Zone
Status List
A 24 hour zone is not turned on or off by arming or disarming your
system. Some examples of 24 hour zones are: fire zones, panic
zones, and temperature control zones.
The keypad Status List displays any alarm or trouble condition on a
zone, and any trouble condition on an internal system monitor. The
system monitors include the AC power, battery power, panel box
tamper, printer, and phone lines. If more than one alarm or trouble
condition occurs at the same time, the keypad sequences this
information on its display.
Areas
An area is made up of burglary zones that can be armed or disarmed
together. One area might consist of the office doors and windows.
When you arm the office, these zones arm together and sound an
alarm if opened.
Central Station Monitoring
Your system can also be programmed to automatically send alarm,
trouble, and arming and disarming reports to a central station.
Operators at the central station can in turn dispatch the appropriate
authorities or contact you with the specific event information.
If the alarm is from a 24 hour zone or a system monitor, it remains in
the Status List until it restores. If one or more armed burglary zones
trip at the same time, the last one to trip remains in the Status List. This
is to ensure that if a burglary has occurred the last zone tripped
remains displayed even if it has been restored.
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Introduction
Understanding Security System Terms
Entry or Exit zone
Almost all systems have one or more doors through which you can
enter or exit the premises. These doors are programmed with a delay
time to allow you to enter or exit without setting off the alarm.
When you arm the system, activity on this zone is ignored until the
programmed exit delay time expires. Once that time has expired and
the system is fully armed, opening the door causes the panel to start
the entry delay time. During the entry delay time, you must enter a
valid user code to disarm the system or an alarm will occur.
Instant Zone
Status
Status is a feature that automatically displays the armed or disarmed
status of your system on the Security Command keypads. Alarm or
trouble conditions on a zone or a system monitor such as AC or battery
trouble can also be displayed. There are two types of status information
available: Armed Status and Status List.
Armed Status
With Armed Status, the keypad displays the current armed condition
of areas within your security system. For example:
When you arm areas 1 to 4, the keypad shows = 1 2 3 4
When you arm areas 1 and 3, the keypad shows = 1
3
Exterior windows and non entry doors, or interior protection devices,
are typically not programmed with delay times. If these zones are
tripped while the system is armed, an alarm occurs instantly.
Also, for keypads that include an Armed LED, the Armed LED is
ON steady anytime a burglary protection area is armed and is OFF
when ALL areas are disarmed.
24 Hour Zone
Status List
A 24 hour zone is not turned on or off by arming or disarming your
system. Some examples of 24 hour zones are: fire zones, panic
zones, and temperature control zones.
The keypad Status List displays any alarm or trouble condition on a
zone, and any trouble condition on an internal system monitor. The
system monitors include the AC power, battery power, panel box
tamper, printer, and phone lines. If more than one alarm or trouble
condition occurs at the same time, the keypad sequences this
information on its display.
Areas
An area is made up of burglary zones that can be armed or disarmed
together. One area might consist of the office doors and windows.
When you arm the office, these zones arm together and sound an
alarm if opened.
Central Station Monitoring
Your system can also be programmed to automatically send alarm,
trouble, and arming and disarming reports to a central station.
Operators at the central station can in turn dispatch the appropriate
authorities or contact you with the specific event information.
Introduction
If the alarm is from a 24 hour zone or a system monitor, it remains in
the Status List until it restores. If one or more armed burglary zones
trip at the same time, the last one to trip remains in the Status List. This
is to ensure that if a burglary has occurred the last zone tripped
remains displayed even if it has been restored.
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General Arming Operation
Your burglary protection is divided into areas. Each area has a custom
name, can be turned on or off independent of other areas, and can
have different schedules and authorized users.
After making your arming selection, the keypad displays any zones
that are currently bypassed. These zones remain bypassed until the
system is armed and then disarmed. Any 24 hour zones in a bad
condition are also displayed.
Before arming, the system verifies that all doors, windows, and other
protection devices to be armed are in normal condition.
If everything is okay, the system arms. If there is a problem on one or
more burglary zones the system cannot arm until the problem is
corrected. If the problem is simply an open door or window, correct the
problem and try arming again.
If the problem cannot be corrected, you can force arm or bypass the
zone or wait until the zone can be repaired by a service technician. A
force armed zone is ignored by the system until it restores to normal.
A bypassed zone is ignored by the system during the entire armed
period. A zone remains bypassed until the system is disarmed.
Armed Message: After all bypassing is completed or zone faults
corrected, the keypad briefly displays ALL SYSTEM ON if all areas
in the system are arming and SYSTEM ON if only selected areas are
arming. The keypad then displays the exit delay time as it counts
down. When the exit delay time expires, all disarmed zones are
armed.
If your system uses a keyswitch to arm an area, the exit delay time is
NOT shown on the keypad display.
ONE MOMENT . . . Message: If your system is monitored, it may be
programmed to wait for the transmission of an arming report to the
central station before displaying the armed message. See Arming
Report below. This is to verify your phone lines are working properly.
While the system is waiting for the transmission, the display reads
ONE MOMENT.... If the report is received, the keypad displays the
armed message. If the report is not received, the keypad displays
LOCAL ALARM ONLY before displaying the armed message.
Arming Report: Your system can be programmed to send arming or
zone bypassing reports to a central station. This feature is optional
and can be programmed for you at any time.
In some cases, you might see the keypad display FRONT DOOR
BAD *. The asterisk next to BAD means that the zone is a priority
zone, which cannot be bypassed. The problem on the zone must be
corrected before the system can be armed.
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General Arming Operation
Your burglary protection is divided into areas. Each area has a custom
name, can be turned on or off independent of other areas, and can
have different schedules and authorized users.
After making your arming selection, the keypad displays any zones
that are currently bypassed. These zones remain bypassed until the
system is armed and then disarmed. Any 24 hour zones in a bad
condition are also displayed.
Before arming, the system verifies that all doors, windows, and other
protection devices to be armed are in normal condition.
If everything is okay, the system arms. If there is a problem on one or
more burglary zones the system cannot arm until the problem is
corrected. If the problem is simply an open door or window, correct the
problem and try arming again.
If the problem cannot be corrected, you can force arm or bypass the
zone or wait until the zone can be repaired by a service technician. A
force armed zone is ignored by the system until it restores to normal.
A bypassed zone is ignored by the system during the entire armed
period. A zone remains bypassed until the system is disarmed.
Introduction
Armed Message: After all bypassing is completed or zone faults
corrected, the keypad briefly displays ALL SYSTEM ON if all areas
in the system are arming and SYSTEM ON if only selected areas are
arming. The keypad then displays the exit delay time as it counts
down. When the exit delay time expires, all disarmed zones are
armed.
If your system uses a keyswitch to arm an area, the exit delay time is
NOT shown on the keypad display.
ONE MOMENT . . . Message: If your system is monitored, it may be
programmed to wait for the transmission of an arming report to the
central station before displaying the armed message. See Arming
Report below. This is to verify your phone lines are working properly.
While the system is waiting for the transmission, the display reads
ONE MOMENT.... If the report is received, the keypad displays the
armed message. If the report is not received, the keypad displays
LOCAL ALARM ONLY before displaying the armed message.
Arming Report: Your system can be programmed to send arming or
zone bypassing reports to a central station. This feature is optional
and can be programmed for you at any time.
In some cases, you might see the keypad display FRONT DOOR
BAD *. The asterisk next to BAD means that the zone is a priority
zone, which cannot be bypassed. The problem on the zone must be
corrected before the system can be armed.
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Introduction
Area System Arming
Area Assignment: Your security system has been set up into
separate areas. The number of areas and their names are listed in the
back of this guide.
Arming or Disarming: You can arm and disarm all areas at one time
or each area individually. You can only arm or disarm areas authorized
for your user code.
Arm all or Selective Arming: After entering your user code, the
system allows you to arm either all of the areas to which you have
access or one or more selected areas. If you choose to arm all areas,
the system begins verifying that all zones in those areas are in a good
condition. If you choose to arm selected areas, the system prompts
you to choose the areas you want to arm.
Arming the System:
1. Press the COMMAND key until ARM
DISARM is displayed.
6. The system displays any bypassed zones or bad 24 hour or
Priority zones. A bad Priority zone cannot be armed.
7. At this point you can force arm or bypass any bad zones. A zone
that is force armed will be restored into the system if it later returns
to normal. A zone that is bypassed will remain bypassed until the
system is disarmed. See steps 7a through 7d.
7a. If a problem exists on a zone, the zone name and problem is
shown followed by: OKAY BYPASS STOP.
7b. Select OKAY to force arm the bad zone.
7c. Select BYPASS to bypass all bad zones being displayed.
7d. Select STOP to stop the system from arming. Correct the
zone problem(s) and return to step 1.
8. The display reads SYSTEM ON if at least one area in the system
is armed, and ALL SYSTEM ON if all areas in the system are
armed.
2. Select ARM to arm the system.
3. Enter your user code if required.
The display reads ALL?
Note: You can also just press the area numbers you want to arm
while at the ALL? NO YES display. This changes the display
to AREAS: . The area numbers you select appear in the display.
For example: AREAS: 2 4 . Press COMMAND when done.
NO YES.
4. Select NO to arm only selected areas. Go to step 5.
Select YES to arm all areas authorized for your user code. Go to
step 6.
9. The keypad then displays the exit time in seconds and counts
down the remaining time: EXIT : ## (## = seconds remaining)
The exit zones arm when the delay time expires.
5. If you selected NO in step 4, the display begins to list each area
to which you have access followed by NO YES.
Example: OFFICE
NO YES
5a. Select YES for each area you want to arm.
5b. Select NO for each area you do not want to arm.
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Arming and Disarming
Area System Arming
Area Assignment: Your security system has been set up into
separate areas. The number of areas and their names are listed in the
back of this guide.
Arming or Disarming: You can arm and disarm all areas at one time
or each area individually. You can only arm or disarm areas authorized
for your user code.
Arm all or Selective Arming: After entering your user code, the
system allows you to arm either all of the areas to which you have
access or one or more selected areas. If you choose to arm all areas,
the system begins verifying that all zones in those areas are in a good
condition. If you choose to arm selected areas, the system prompts
you to choose the areas you want to arm.
Note: You can also just press the area numbers you want to arm
while at the ALL? NO YES display. This changes the display
to AREAS: . The area numbers you select appear in the display.
For example: AREAS: 2 4 . Press COMMAND when done.
6. The system displays any bypassed zones or bad 24 hour or
Priority zones. A bad Priority zone cannot be armed.
7. At this point you can force arm or bypass any bad zones. A zone
that is force armed will be restored into the system if it later returns
to normal. A zone that is bypassed will remain bypassed until the
system is disarmed. See steps 7a through 7d.
7a. If a problem exists on a zone, the zone name and problem is
shown followed by: OKAY BYPASS STOP.
7b. Select OKAY to force arm the bad zone.
7c. Select BYPASS to bypass all bad zones being displayed.
Arming the System:
1. Press the COMMAND key until ARM
DISARM is displayed.
2. Select ARM to arm the system.
3. Enter your user code if required.
The display reads ALL?
NO YES.
4. Select NO to arm only selected areas. Go to step 5.
Select YES to arm all areas authorized for your user code. Go to
step 6.
7d. Select STOP to stop the system from arming. Correct the
zone problem(s) and return to step 1.
8. The display reads SYSTEM ON if at least one area in the system
is armed, and ALL SYSTEM ON if all areas in the system are
armed.
9. The keypad then displays the exit time in seconds and counts
down the remaining time: EXIT : ## (## = seconds remaining)
The exit zones arm when the delay time expires.
5. If you selected NO in step 4, the display begins to list each area
to which you have access followed by NO YES.
Example: OFFICE
NO YES
5a. Select YES for each area you want to arm.
5b. Select NO for each area you do not want to arm.
Arming and Disarming
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Area System Disarming
Disarming: While the system is armed, you can only enter the
premises through an entry/exit delay door without causing an alarm.
After opening the door, the Security Command keypad sounds a
prewarn tone to remind you to disarm the system. You must disarm
the system before the entry delay time expires or an alarm on the door
zone will occur.
During the entry delay time, the keypad displays ENTER CODE:.
Enter your code to disarm the system. Only those areas assigned to
your code will disarm.
Schedules: If you’ve programmed schedules for your system and a
level 2 code is entered outside of a schedule, the keypad displays
INVALID TIME. This lets the user know that they are disarming
outside of their authorized time. If your system is monitored, an
Unauthorized Entry report is sent to the central station.
All or Selective Disarming: After entering your user code, the
system allows you to disarm either all of the areas to which you have
access or just selected areas. If you choose to disarm all areas, the
system automatically disarms them. If you choose to disarm selected
areas, the names of those areas will be displayed on the keypad.
Alarm Display: After disarming, the keypad displays any zones that
tripped or any transmission problems that occurred during the armed
period. All burglary zones are then disarmed and any bypassed
zones are automatically reset.
Central Station Report: A report of the system disarming can be
transmitted to the central station. This is optional and can be
programmed for you at any time.
Disarming an Area System
1. Press the COMMAND key until ARM DISARM is displayed.
During entry delay this process starts at step 3.
2. Select DISARM to disarm areas.
3. The keypad displays ENTER CODE: . Enter your user code and
press COMMAND. The keypad displays ALL? NO YES.
4. Select YES to disarm all areas authorized for your user code.
Select NO to disarm only certain areas individually. The keypad
then displays the name of each area authorized for your user
code followed by the NO YES display.
Choose YES to disarm the area displayed.
Choose NO to not disarm and to display the next area.
Note: You can also just press the area numbers you want to disarm
while at the ALL? NO YES display. This changes the display
to AREAS: . The area numbers you select appear in the display.
For example: AREAS: 2 4 . Press COMMAND when done.
5. After all areas have been displayed, any alarms or communication
problems that occurred during the armed period are displayed.
6. If all areas have been disarmed, the keypad next displays ALL
SYSTEM OFF.
Disarmed Message: The keypad displays ALL SYSTEM OFF after
the system disarms.
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Area System Disarming
Disarming: While the system is armed, you can only enter the
premises through an entry/exit delay door without causing an alarm.
After opening the door, the Security Command keypad sounds a
prewarn tone to remind you to disarm the system. You must disarm
the system before the entry delay time expires or an alarm on the door
zone will occur.
During the entry delay time, the keypad displays ENTER CODE:.
Enter your code to disarm the system. Only those areas assigned to
your code will disarm.
Schedules: If you’ve programmed schedules for your system and a
level 2 code is entered outside of a schedule, the keypad displays
INVALID TIME. This lets the user know that they are disarming
outside of their authorized time. If your system is monitored, an
Unauthorized Entry report is sent to the central station.
All or Selective Disarming: After entering your user code, the
system allows you to disarm either all of the areas to which you have
access or just selected areas. If you choose to disarm all areas, the
system automatically disarms them. If you choose to disarm selected
areas, the names of those areas will be displayed on the keypad.
Alarm Display: After disarming, the keypad displays any zones that
tripped or any transmission problems that occurred during the armed
period. All burglary zones are then disarmed and any bypassed
zones are automatically reset.
Arming and Disarming
Central Station Report: A report of the system disarming can be
transmitted to the central station. This is optional and can be
programmed for you at any time.
Disarming an Area System
1. Press the COMMAND key until ARM DISARM is displayed.
During entry delay this process starts at step 3.
2. Select DISARM to disarm areas.
3. The keypad displays ENTER CODE: . Enter your user code and
press COMMAND. The keypad displays ALL? NO YES.
4. Select YES to disarm all areas authorized for your user code.
Select NO to disarm only certain areas individually. The keypad
then displays the name of each area authorized for your user
code followed by the NO YES display.
Choose YES to disarm the area displayed.
Choose NO to not disarm and to display the next area.
Note: You can also just press the area numbers you want to disarm
while at the ALL? NO YES display. This changes the display
to AREAS: . The area numbers you select appear in the display.
For example: AREAS: 2 4 . Press COMMAND when done.
5. After all areas have been displayed, any alarms or communication
problems that occurred during the armed period are displayed.
6. If all areas have been disarmed, the keypad next displays ALL
SYSTEM OFF.
Disarmed Message: The keypad displays ALL SYSTEM OFF after
the system disarms.
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Arming and Disarming
User Menu
Security Command User Menu
Many of the features of your system have been put into a User Menu
that you can access from any Security Command keypad. The menu
requires you to enter your user code and then only shows those
functions to which you have access.
To access the User Menu:
1. Press the COMMAND key until MENU? NO YES displays.
2. Select YES. The keypad displays ENTER CODE: –. Enter your
user code and press COMMAND. You can now scroll down through
the list of system features available to your authority level.
User Menu Options
The list below shows the User Menu options in order:
Menu Option
ZONE STATUS
Allows you to see if a zone is either
armed, bypassed, in alarm, open, or
shorted.
BYPASS ZONES
Allows you to Bypass a zone or reset an
already bypassed zone.
ZONE MONITOR
Allows you to add or remove a zone from
the monitor mode.
SYSTEM STATUS
Displays the current condition of the
system's AC power, backup battery, and
panel tamper (optional).
SYSTEM TEST
Tests the system's siren, communication
to the central station, and backup battery.
USER CODES
Allows you to add, delete, or change
user codes and authority levels.
SCHEDULES
Allows you to add, remove, or change
system schedules.
TIME
Allows you change the Day, Date, or
Time that is currently in the system.
DISPLAY EVENTS
Allows you to view or print the last 1,000
door accesses or 200 system events
that occurred on your system.
Description
ALARM SILENCE
Silences an alarm bell or siren.
SENSOR RESET
Resets smoke or glassbreak detectors
that have latched due to an alarm
condition.
DOOR ACCESS
Momentarily opens the keypad door lock
relay.
ARMED AREAS
Displays the name of any areas in the
system that are currently in the armed
state.
OUTPUTS ON/OFF
Allows you to turn on or off any of the
outputs described in the System Setup
section of this guide.
SERVICE REQUEST Allows you to send a message to the
Central Station requesting service on
the alarm system.
The following pages detail each user menu item and provide instructions
on when and how to use them properly.
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User Menu
User Menu
Security Command User Menu
Many of the features of your system have been put into a User Menu
that you can access from any Security Command keypad. The menu
requires you to enter your user code and then only shows those
functions to which you have access.
To access the User Menu:
1. Press the COMMAND key until MENU? NO YES displays.
2. Select YES. The keypad displays ENTER CODE: –. Enter your
user code and press COMMAND. You can now scroll down through
the list of system features available to your authority level.
User Menu Options
The list below shows the User Menu options in order:
Menu Option
ZONE STATUS
Allows you to see if a zone is either
armed, bypassed, in alarm, open, or
shorted.
BYPASS ZONES
Allows you to Bypass a zone or reset
an already bypassed zone.
ZONE MONITOR
Allows you to add or remove a zone
from the monitor mode.
SYSTEM STATUS
Displays the current condition of the
system's AC power, backup battery,
and panel tamper (optional).
SYSTEM TEST
Tests
the
system's
siren,
communication to the central station,
and backup battery.
USER CODES
Allows you to add, delete, or change
user codes and authority levels.
SCHEDULES
Allows you to add, remove, or change
system schedules.
TIME
Allows you change the Day, Date, or
Time that is currently in the system.
DISPLAY EVENTS
Allows you to view or print the last
1,000 door accesses or 200 system
events that occurred on your system.
Description
ALARM SILENCE
Silences an alarm bell or siren.
SENSOR RESET
Resets smoke or glassbreak detectors
that have latched due to an alarm
condition.
DOOR ACCESS
Momentarily opens the keypad door lock
relay.
ARMED AREAS
Displays the name of any areas in the
system that are currently in the armed
state.
SERVICE REQUEST Allows you to send a message to the
Central Station requesting service on
the alarm system.
OUTPUTS ON/OFF
Allows you to turn on or off any of the
outputs described in the System Setup
section of this guide.
The following pages detail each user menu item and provide
instructions on when and how to use them properly.
User Menu
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Alarm Silence
Sensor Reset
User Code Level: 2 and above.
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
Function: Silences the alarm bell or siren during an alarm.
Function: Resets smoke or glassbreak detectors. Also clears Fire/
Supervisory alarm and trouble displays.
Alarm Silence allows you to turn off the alarm bell or siren connected
to your system during an alarm. Using Alarm Silence does NOT stop
an alarm report from being sent to the central station and does not
reset any alarmed devices. Use the Sensor Reset function to reset
devices such as smoke detectors that have latched in alarm.
Note: You can also silence an alarm by entering your user code and
pressing COMMAND while the bell or siren is still sounding.
Using the Alarm Silence Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. The keypad displays ALARM SILENCE?.
3. Press any SELECT key. The system silences the bell or siren and
exits the User Menu.
Sensor Reset is used to reset smoke and glassbreak detectors after
they have been tripped. Once these detectors have tripped, they must
be reset before they can detect any additional alarm conditions. When
Sensor Reset is selected, power to the detectors is temporarily
removed by the system allowing them to reset.
Make sure all smoke is cleared from around the area of the smoke
detectors before performing a Sensor Reset to prevent the alarm from
occurring again.
Resetting the Sensors
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SENSOR RESET displays.
3. The keypad displays SENSORS OFF for five seconds followed
by SENSORS ON.
4. The keypad automatically exits the User Menu.
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User Menu
Alarm Silence
Sensor Reset
User Code Level: 2 and above.
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
Function: Silences the alarm bell or siren during an alarm.
Function: Resets smoke or glassbreak detectors. Also clears Fire/
Supervisory alarm and trouble displays.
Alarm Silence allows you to turn off the alarm bell or siren connected
to your system during an alarm. Using Alarm Silence does NOT stop
an alarm report from being sent to the central station and does not
reset any alarmed devices. Use the Sensor Reset function to reset
devices such as smoke detectors that have latched in alarm.
Note: You can also silence an alarm by entering your user code and
pressing COMMAND while the bell or siren is still sounding.
Using the Alarm Silence Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. The keypad displays ALARM SILENCE?.
3. Press any SELECT key. The system silences the bell or siren
and exits the User Menu.
Sensor Reset is used to reset smoke and glassbreak detectors after
they have been tripped. Once these detectors have tripped, they must
be reset before they can detect any additional alarm conditions. When
Sensor Reset is selected, power to the detectors is temporarily
removed by the system allowing them to reset.
Make sure all smoke is cleared from around the area of the smoke
detectors before performing a Sensor Reset to prevent the alarm from
occurring again.
Resetting the Sensors
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SENSOR RESET displays.
3. The keypad displays SENSORS OFF for five seconds followed
by SENSORS ON.
4. The keypad automatically exits the User Menu.
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User Menu
Door Access
Armed Areas Display
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
Function: Operates an electric door strike from the keypad.
Function: Displays all armed areas in the system.
Door Access is used to operate a door strike relay that is built into
some Security Command keypads. Power for the door strike is
connected to the keypad relay and can be interrupted by using the
Door Access function.
Armed Areas is used to display all of the armed areas in your system
at the Security Command keypads. Each armed area is displayed
along with its area number and name.
When Door Access is selected you’ll be asked to enter your user code.
When the user code is accepted, the door strike at the Security
Command you’re operating turns on momentarily.
Door Access also functions any time any area of the system is
disarmed at the door strike keypad or by simply entering your user
code and pressing COMMAND.
A report of this entry can be transmitted to your central station. This
report is optional and can be programmed for you at any time.
Using the Armed Areas Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until ARMED AREAS? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays the first armed
area name. To scroll through the list of armed areas, press the
COMMAND key.
4. If there are no armed areas, the keypad displays NONE.
Using the Door Access
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until DOOR ACCESS? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The door strike relay turns on
momentarily.
4. The keypad returns to the Status List display.
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User Menu
Door Access
Armed Areas Display
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
Function: Operates an electric door strike from the keypad.
Function: Displays all armed areas in the system.
Door Access is used to operate a door strike relay that is built into
some Security Command keypads. Power for the door strike is
connected to the keypad relay and can be interrupted by using the
Door Access function.
Armed Areas is used to display all of the armed areas in your system
at the Security Command keypads. Each armed area is displayed
along with its area number and name.
Using the Armed Areas Function
When Door Access is selected you’ll be asked to enter your user code.
When the user code is accepted, the door strike at the Security
Command you’re operating turns on momentarily.
1. Access the User Menu.
Door Access also functions any time any area of the system is
disarmed at the door strike keypad or by simply entering your user
code and pressing COMMAND.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays the first armed
area name. To scroll through the list of armed areas, press the
COMMAND key.
A report of this entry can be transmitted to your central station. This
report is optional and can be programmed for you at any time.
2. Press COMMAND until ARMED AREAS? displays.
4. If there are no armed areas, the keypad displays NONE.
Using the Door Access
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until DOOR ACCESS? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The door strike relay turns on
momentarily.
4. The keypad returns to the Status List display.
User Menu
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Outputs On Off
Zone Status
User Code Level: 5 and above.
User Code Level: All users at any time.
Function: Allows you to turn the system relay outputs on and off.
Function: Displays a list of armed, bypassed, or alarmed zones. Also
allows you to check the status of individual zones.
This function is used to individually turn your system’s relay outputs
on and off. Your system may use these outputs to control interior and
exterior lighting, heating, air conditioning, or other appliances.
The names and numbers of the relays connected to your system are
located in the System Setup section of this guide.
Turning the Outputs On and Off
Zone Status can be used to give you a list of zones by category or
display the current status of an individual zone number. The four
categories are:
• Armed Zones - zones that are currently armed.
• Bypassed Zones - zones that are currently bypassed.
1. Access the User Menu.
• Alarmed Zones - zones that have gone into alarm during the
current or previous armed period.
2. Press COMMAND until OUTPUTS ON/OFF? displays.
• Number - enter the number of any zone to check its status.
3. Press any SELECT key to display OUTPUT: - ON OFF.
4. Enter the output number you want to turn on or off. The output
number will appear in the display.
5. With the output number displayed, press the SELECT key under
ON or OFF. The output is then turned on or off, depending on your
selection, and remains in that state until you change it.
Under certain conditions, some outputs cannot be turned on. If you
select a restricted output, the keypad displays CANNOT TURN ON.
6. The system automatically removes the output number and a new
output number can be entered. Refer back to step 4.
Press the ARROW key to exit the User Menu.
Using the Zone Status Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until ZONE STATUS? displays. You can also
just enter the zone number (1 to 299) and press COMMAND. The
zone number and name is displayed followed by its status.
3. Press any SELECT key to display ARM BYPS ALR NBR.
4. Select ARM for a list of zones that are currently armed. You can
scroll through the list by pressing the COMMAND key.
5. Select BYPS for a list of zones that are currently bypassed.
6. Select ALR for a list of zones that have gone into alarm during the
current or previous armed period.
7. Press NBR and ZONE NO: - will be displayed.
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User Menu
Outputs On Off
Zone Status
User Code Level: 5 and above.
User Code Level: All users at any time.
Function: Allows you to turn the system relay outputs on and off.
Function: Displays a list of armed, bypassed, or alarmed zones. Also
allows you to check the status of individual zones.
This function is used to individually turn your system’s relay outputs
on and off. Your system may use these outputs to control interior and
exterior lighting, heating, air conditioning, or other appliances.
The names and numbers of the relays connected to your system are
located in the System Setup section of this guide.
Turning the Outputs On and Off
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until OUTPUTS ON/OFF? displays.
Zone Status can be used to give you a list of zones by category or
display the current status of an individual zone number. The four
categories are:
• Armed Zones - zones that are currently armed.
• Bypassed Zones - zones that are currently bypassed.
• Alarmed Zones - zones that have gone into alarm during the
current or previous armed period.
• Number - enter the number of any zone to check its status.
3. Press any SELECT key to display OUTPUT: - ON OFF.
4. Enter the output number you want to turn on or off. The output
number will appear in the display.
5. With the output number displayed, press the SELECT key under
ON or OFF. The output is then turned on or off, depending on your
selection, and remains in that state until you change it.
Under certain conditions, some outputs cannot be turned on. If you
select a restricted output, the keypad displays CANNOT TURN ON.
6. The system automatically removes the output number and a new
output number can be entered. Refer back to step 4.
Press the ARROW key to exit the User Menu.
Using the Zone Status Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until ZONE STATUS? displays. You can also
just enter the zone number (1 to 299) and press COMMAND. The
zone number and name is displayed followed by its status.
3. Press any SELECT key to display ARM BYPS ALR NBR.
4. Select ARM for a list of zones that are currently armed. You can
scroll through the list by pressing the COMMAND key.
5. Select BYPS for a list of zones that are currently bypassed.
6. Select ALR for a list of zones that have gone into alarm during the
current or previous armed period.
7. Press NBR and ZONE NO: - will be displayed.
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Zone Status continued
8. At the ZONE NO: - prompt, enter the zone number you want to
check and press COMMAND. The zone number and name is
displayed followed by its status. For example, a zone status for
zone 1 might be: BACK DOOR - OKAY.
Below is a list of the zone status displays:
-OKAY
=
the zone is in a normal condition
-BYPAS =
the zone is bypassed
-BAD
the zone is in a bad condition
=
9. After displaying the zone status, ZONE: - returns for you to enter
another zone number.
☞ Browser Feature
If you’re unsure of the zone number or description, refer to the
Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing you how to
use the built-in Zone Status browser.
Bypass Zones
User Code Level: 6 and above.
Function: Allows you to bypass a zone prior to arming.
Bypassing is usually done when a zone cannot be restored to normal.
A zone can be bypassed only while it’s disarmed. Since fire, panic,
emergency, and supervisory type zones are always armed, they can
never be bypassed.
Bypass Zones can also be used to reset a zone that has been
bypassed and restore it back into the system. This can only be done
while the zone is disarmed.
When Bypass Zones is selected, a report can be transmitted to your
central station.
Using the Bypass Zones Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until BYPASS ZONES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ZONE: - RST
BYPS.
4. To Bypass a zone, enter the zone number and select BYPS. The
zone number automatically disappears and a new zone number
can be entered. Refer back to step 3.
5. To Reset a zone, enter the zone number and select RST.
☞ Browser Feature
If you’re unsure of the zone number or description, refer to the
Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing you how to
use the built-in Bypass Zones browser.
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Zone Status continued
8. At the ZONE NO: - prompt, enter the zone number you want to
check and press COMMAND. The zone number and name is
displayed followed by its status. For example, a zone status for
zone 1 might be: BACK DOOR - OKAY.
Below is a list of the zone status displays:
-OKAY
=
the zone is in a normal condition
-BYPAS =
the zone is bypassed
-BAD
the zone is in a bad condition
=
9. After displaying the zone status, ZONE: - returns for you to enter
another zone number.
☞ Browser Feature
If you’re unsure of the zone number or description, refer to the
Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing you how to
use the built-in Zone Status browser.
Bypass Zones
User Code Level: 6 and above.
Function: Allows you to bypass a zone prior to arming.
Bypassing is usually done when a zone cannot be restored to normal.
A zone can be bypassed only while it’s disarmed. Since fire, panic,
emergency, and supervisory type zones are always armed, they can
never be bypassed.
Bypass Zones can also be used to reset a zone that has been
bypassed and restore it back into the system. This can only be done
while the zone is disarmed.
When Bypass Zones is selected, a report can be transmitted to your
central station.
Using the Bypass Zones Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until BYPASS ZONES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ZONE: - RST
BYPS.
4. To Bypass a zone, enter the zone number and select BYPS. The
zone number automatically disappears and a new zone number
can be entered. Refer back to step 3.
5. To Reset a zone, enter the zone number and select RST.
☞ Browser Feature
If you’re unsure of the zone number or description, refer to the
Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing you how to
use the built-in Bypass Zones browser.
User Menu
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Zone Monitor
4. Select ALL to place all disarmed zones into Zone Monitor.
User Code Level: 4 and above.
4a. The keypad displays ALL? ADD RMV.
Function: Allows the system to monitor selected disarmed zones
(doors, windows, or motion detectors) and display their name at the
keypad as they're faulted.
4b. Select ADD to add all disarmed zones to Zone Monitor.
Zone Monitor works with any disarmed zone and will also sound the
keypad monitor tone when the zone faults. The zone name is
displayed at all keypads in your system.
4c. Select RMV to remove all disarmed zones.
5. Select NBR to enter a specific zone number for zone monitor.
6. If NBR is selected, the keypad displays ZONE: - ADD RMV.
6a. Enter any zone number and select ADD to add this zone.
6b. Enter any zone number and select RMV to remove this zone.
You can place any combination of disarmed zones in Zone Monitor
but only the most recent zone faulted is displayed. The displayed zone
name clears automatically after a short time or when the zone is
armed.
Using Zone Monitor as part of your weekly system test: After
using the System Test function (see page 15), place all zones in Zone
Monitor. Starting at the front door, go around and open and then close
each door and window. You should hear the keypad beep each time.
The keypad will also display the name of each zone as its device is
opened.
7. The zone number automatically disappears and a new zone
number can then be entered in step 6a or 6b.
☞ Browser Feature
If you’re unsure of the zone number or description, refer to the
Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing you how to
use the built-in Zone Monitor browser.
Once all protected doors and windows have been tested, walk in front
of each motion detector. The keypad should beep to confirm their
operation. If at any time during your weekly testing a device does not
cause the keypad to beep, call the service department for assistance.
Using the Zone Monitor Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until ZONE MONITOR? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ALL NBR.
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Zone Monitor
User Menu
4. Select ALL to place all disarmed zones into Zone Monitor.
User Code Level: 4 and above.
4a. The keypad displays ALL? ADD RMV.
Function: Allows the system to monitor selected disarmed zones
(doors, windows, or motion detectors) and display their name at the
keypad as they're faulted.
4b. Select ADD to add all disarmed zones to Zone Monitor.
Zone Monitor works with any disarmed zone and will also sound the
keypad monitor tone when the zone faults. The zone name is
displayed at all keypads in your system.
4c. Select RMV to remove all disarmed zones.
5. Select NBR to enter a specific zone number for zone monitor.
6. If NBR is selected, the keypad displays ZONE: - ADD RMV.
6a. Enter any zone number and select ADD to add this zone.
6b. Enter any zone number and select RMV to remove this zone.
You can place any combination of disarmed zones in Zone Monitor
but only the most recent zone faulted is displayed. The displayed zone
name clears automatically after a short time or when the zone is
armed.
Using Zone Monitor as part of your weekly system test: After
using the System Test function (see page 15), place all zones in Zone
Monitor. Starting at the front door, go around and open and then close
each door and window. You should hear the keypad beep each time.
The keypad will also display the name of each zone as its device is
opened.
7. The zone number automatically disappears and a new zone
number can then be entered in step 6a or 6b.
☞ Browser Feature
If you’re unsure of the zone number or description, refer to the
Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing you how to
use the built-in Zone Monitor browser.
Once all protected doors and windows have been tested, walk in front
of each motion detector. The keypad should beep to confirm their
operation. If at any time during your weekly testing a device does not
cause the keypad to beep, call the service department for assistance.
Using the Zone Monitor Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until ZONE MONITOR? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ALL NBR.
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System Status
System Test
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
User Code Level: 4 and above.
Function: Displays the current condition of internal system hardware.
Function: System Test is used to test the battery, alarm bell or siren,
and communication to a central station. The System Test function
begins automatically as soon as you select it.
System Status displays the condition of the panel's AC power, battery
power, and optional panel tamper. When System Status is selected,
each monitor is displayed followed by OKAY or TRBL (Trouble) to
indicate the current condition.
Using the System Test Function
1. Access the User Menu.
Using the System Status Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SYSTEM STATUS? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The display starts listing each system
monitor and status.
For example: AC POWER - OKAY
Below are the System Monitor displays:
Keypad Display
What it monitors
2. Press COMMAND until SYSTEM TEST? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The system test begins automatically
and the keypad displays:
1) BELL SOUNDING during a two second bell test, then:
2) BATTERY - OKAY or BATTERY - TRBL to indicate the
condition of the battery, then:
* 3) TRANSMIT TEST and ATTEMPT NO : 1 during the
transmit test, then:
AC POWER
= AC power
4) TRANSMIT OKAY or TRANSMIT FAILED to show the
results of the transmit test, then:
BATTERY
= Battery power
5) TEST END to indicate the System Test is complete.
TAMPER
= Panel box tamper
6) You can end the transmit test by pressing the ARROW key.
These are followed by either OKAY or TRBL (trouble).
If TRBL is displayed, call the service department for assistance.
4. The system then displays its firmware version (for example,
VER_101_9/30/97), the panel model (MODEL XR200-485),
then exits the User Menu.
* The transmit test does not operate on local systems.
Testing your system’s burglary protection: The System Test
function should be a part of your weekly testing and should be
followed by placing the interior and perimeter burglary devices in
Zone Monitor mode. This allows you to open and then close each
protected door and window while listening for the keypad to beep
confirming its operation. See Zone Monitor.
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User Menu
System Status
System Test
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
User Code Level: 4 and above.
Function: Displays the current condition of internal system hardware.
Function: System Test is used to test the battery, alarm bell or siren,
and communication to a central station. The System Test function
begins automatically as soon as you select it.
System Status displays the condition of the panel's AC power, battery
power, and optional panel tamper. When System Status is selected,
each monitor is displayed followed by OKAY or TRBL (Trouble) to
indicate the current condition.
Using the System Status Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SYSTEM STATUS? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The display starts listing each system
monitor and status.
For example: AC POWER - OKAY
Below are the System Monitor displays:
Keypad Display
What it monitors
Using the System Test Function
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SYSTEM TEST? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The system test begins automatically
and the keypad displays:
1) BELL SOUNDING during a two second bell test, then:
2) BATTERY - OKAY or BATTERY - TRBL to indicate the
condition of the battery, then:
* 3) TRANSMIT TEST and ATTEMPT NO : 1 during the
transmit test, then:
AC POWER
= AC power
4) TRANSMIT OKAY or TRANSMIT FAILED to show the
results of the transmit test, then:
BATTERY
= Battery power
5) TEST END to indicate the System Test is complete.
TAMPER
= Panel box tamper
6) You can end the transmit test by pressing the ARROW key.
These are followed by either OKAY or TRBL (trouble).
If TRBL is displayed, call the service department for assistance.
4. The system then displays its firmware version (for example,
VER_101_9/30/97), the panel model (MODEL XR200-485),
then exits the User Menu.
User Menu
* The transmit test does not operate on local systems.
Testing your system’s burglary protection: The System Test
function should be a part of your weekly testing and should be
followed by placing the interior and perimeter burglary devices in
Zone Monitor mode. This allows you to open and then close each
protected door and window while listening for the keypad to beep
confirming its operation. See Zone Monitor.
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Custom User Codes
User Code Authority Levels
User Code Level: 9 only.
Function: Allows you to add, delete, and change a user's (person
operating the system) user code or authority level.
There are several characteristics associated with each user code that
define its capabilities within the system.
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User Number
User Code
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User Level
User Number - Every user is numbered. This number identifies them
to the system and can be transmitted to the central station when they
arm or disarm areas.
User Code - Each user also has a 3 to 5 digit number they enter into
the Security Command keypad when arming or disarming the system.
NOTE: A User Code cannot begin or end with zero, or begin with 98,
or be in the range of 1 to 299.
User Names - Each code may also be programmed with the users
name. Up to 16 characters may be entered.
Areas -Each user may be assigned their specific areas into the
burglary or access control system.
User Level - The user is also assigned a level of authority (1 to 9) or
customized authority by the person administrating the system that
determines the areas and functions the user can access.
Important: Each area must have at least one user with a level 9
authority in order to be able to add or delete user codes.
The table to the right lists system functions users are allowed to
access based on the authority level assigned to their codes.
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Armed Areas
Zone Status
System Status
Display Events
Door Access
Arm & Disarm
Alarm Silence
System Test
Zone Monitor
Outputs ON/OFF
Extend
Bypass Zones
Schedules
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+ = Arming allowed anytime. Disarming allowed outside of a schedule
but an Unauthorized Entry report is sent to the central station.
Programming Custom User Codes
In addition to the preset authority levels, you can also create custom
authority levels by selecting the CUSTOM option at the time the user
is being added to the system. This option allows you to assign specific
User Menu access to individual users.
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User Menu
User Code Authority Levels
Custom User Codes
Menu Options
User Code Level: 9 only.
Sensor Reset
Armed Areas
Zone Status
System Status
Display Events
Door Access
Arm & Disarm
Alarm Silence
System Test
Zone Monitor
Outputs ON/OFF
Extend
Bypass Zones
Schedules
Set Time
User Codes
Function: Allows you to add, delete, and change a user's (person
operating the system) user code or authority level.
There are several characteristics associated with each user code that
define its capabilities within the system.
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User Number
User Code
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User Level
User Number - Every user is numbered. This number identifies them
to the system and can be transmitted to the central station when they
arm or disarm areas.
User Code - Each user also has a 3 to 5 digit number they enter into
the Security Command keypad when arming or disarming the system.
NOTE: A User Code cannot begin or end with zero, or begin with 98,
or be in the range of 1 to 299.
User Names - Each code may also be programmed with the users
name. Up to 16 characters may be entered.
Areas -Each user may be assigned their specific areas into the
burglary or access control system.
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User Level - The user is also assigned a level of authority (1 to 9) or
customized authority by the person administrating the system that
determines the areas and functions the user can access.
+ = Arming allowed anytime. Disarming allowed outside of a schedule
Important: Each area must have at least one user with a level 9
authority in order to be able to add or delete user codes.
In addition to the preset authority levels, you can also create custom
authority levels by selecting the CUSTOM option at the time the user
is being added to the system. This option allows you to assign specific
User Menu access to individual users.
The table to the right lists system functions users are allowed to
access based on the authority level assigned to their codes.
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but an Unauthorized Entry report is sent to the central station.
Programming Custom User Codes
User Menu
Custom User Codes continued
Adding User Codes:
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until USER CODES? displays. (NOTE: You
must have a level 9 authority. If you enter the User Menu with a
lower authority, the keypad will not display USER CODES?.)
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ADD DEL CHG
BAT.
4. Press the SELECT key under ADD or BAT (Batch) to add a new
user code.
10. At the LEVEL: - display, enter an authority level from 1 to 9, and
press COMMAND. The displays shows USER # ADDED. If BAT
(Batch) has been chosen in Step 4 instead of ADD, the next
available user number will be automatically selected and steps
6 and 7 only will be repeated. The area number and level
assignments will be automatically selected for the next user
based on the previous user entered. This batch entry method
speeds up user entry in large systems.
11. Select CUSTOM to customize the functions you want the user to
access. This allows users to have certain capabilities outside of
a standard authority level. The following chart shows the custom
menu with default selections.
5. At the USER NUMBER:
- prompt, enter a user number and
press COMMAND. The display changes to CODE NO: - .
6. Enter a user code of 3 to 5 digits and press COMMAND. The user
enters this number each time they arm, disarm, etc. If using
access cards present the card instead of entering a code. After
the code is entered the keypad displays USER NUMBER ### as
the user name.
7. A 16 character name may be entered to identify the user. Press
any top row key to clear the current name.You may then enter the
new name. See Entering Custom Names in the appendix of this
Users Guide. After the name is entered press COMMAND.
8. The display changes to AREAS: # # # # (# = area number). Add
or remove access to one or more areas by pressing the
corresponding number keys. Press COMMAND.
9. The display changes to LEVEL
CUSTOM. Select LEVEL to
assign a standard set of authorized functions as outlined in the
User Code Authority Levels table on the previous page.
User Menu
Custom User Codes continued
Adding User Codes:
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until USER CODES? displays. (NOTE: You
must have a level 9 authority. If you enter the User Menu with a
lower authority, the keypad will not display USER CODES?.)
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ADD DEL CHG
BAT.
4. Press the SELECT key under ADD or BAT (Batch) to add a new
user code.
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10. At the LEVEL: - display, enter an authority level from 1 to 9, and
press COMMAND. The displays shows USER # ADDED. If BAT
(Batch) has been chosen in Step 4 instead of ADD, the next
available user number will be automatically selected and steps 6
and 7 only will be repeated. The area number and level
assignments will be automatically selected for the next user
based on the previous user entered. This batch entry method
speeds up user entry in large systems.
11. Select CUSTOM to customize the functions you want the user to
access. This allows users to have certain capabilities outside of
a standard authority level. The following chart shows the custom
menu with default selections.
5. At the USER NUMBER:
- prompt, enter a user number and
press COMMAND. The display changes to CODE NO: - .
6. Enter a user code of 3 to 5 digits and press COMMAND. The user
enters this number each time they arm, disarm, etc. If using
access cards present the card instead of entering a code. After
the code is entered the keypad displays USER NUMBER ### as
the user name.
7. A 16 character name may be entered to identify the user. Press
any top row key to clear the current name.You may then enter the
new name. See Entering Custom Names in the appendix of this
Users Guide. After the name is entered press COMMAND.
8. The display changes to AREAS: # # # # (# = area number). Add
or remove access to one or more areas by pressing the
corresponding number keys. Press COMMAND.
9. The display changes to LEVEL
CUSTOM. Select LEVEL to
assign a standard set of authorized functions as outlined in the
User Code Authority Levels table on the previous page.
User Menu
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Custom User Codes continued
ARM/DIS (arm & disarm)
ALM SLNC (slarm silence)
NO
SNSR RST (sensor reset)
DOOR ACS (door access)
NO
ARM AREA (armed areas)
OUTPUTS (outputs ON OFF)
ZN STATS (zone status)
BYPAS ZN (bypass zones)
ZONE MON (zone monitor)
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
Forgive Failure to Exit (Anti-Passback)
SYS STAT (system status)
SYS TEST (system test)
USR CODE (user codes)
NO
NO
NO
SCHEDULS (schedules)
TIME (day, date & time)
NO
DIS EVNT (display events)
EXTEND (extend closing)
TEMP CODE (temporary code)
ANTI PASS (anti-passback)
NO
ALOW (allow)
NO
NO
NO
NO
PRM TMP ANY
* NO makes this a permanent user code. YES makes this a
temporary code that expires in 7 days.
** YES requires user to properly exit (egress) an area they have
previously accessed. If they fail to exit through the proper card
reader location they will not be granted access on their next
attempt. In this case, the system administrator will need to use the
Forgive feature to clear the Anti-Passback Violation for this user.
Arming the area also clears the Anti-Passback Violation. See
Forgive Failure to Exit. Select this option NO if you are not using
the Anti-Passback feature on your system.
*** ALOW defines the time schedules that the code will operate for
door access and disarming. PRM (or PRI) indicates operation
during permanent (or primary) schedules. TMP (or SEC) indicates
operation during temporary (or secondary) schedules. ANY
indicates that the code will operate anytime, regardless of
schedules. Both PRM (PRI) and TMP (SEC) may be selected for
one user. If disarming is done outside of assigned schedules the
disarming will be allowed but an unauthorized entry will be
indicated at the Central Station. Menu access is not affected by
this option.
1. After the user codes? menu has ben accessed and ADD DEL
CHG BAT is displayed, press COMMAND. The keypad displays
FRGV.
2. Press the top left key. The display changes to User Number:3. At the USER NUMBER:- prompt, enter the user number to be
forgiven and press COMMAND. The User Code Browser
described in the Appendix can help find the appropriate user by
name if you do not know the number.
4. To clear the Failure to Exit (Anti-passback) violation for all users
enter 000 at the User Number:- prompt.
5. The keypad will display User XXX Forgive to confirm, then
return to step 3 for the next user. Press the ARROW key to exit
this menu.
Ambush Codes
Your system may be programmed to allow user number 1 to be an
Ambush code. This Ambush code functions identically to a standard
code with the exception that it sends a silent alarm to the central
station. This silent alarm alerts the operator to a duress situation at the
premises and prompts the immediate notification of authorities.
Refer to the System Setup section of this guide to see if your system
is programmed for Ambush. If so, do NOT program a code for user
number 1 unless you intend to use the Ambush function.
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User Menu
Custom User Codes continued
ARM/DIS (arm & disarm)
ALM SLNC (slarm silence)
NO
SNSR RST (sensor reset)
DOOR ACS (door access)
NO
ARM AREA (armed areas)
OUTPUTS (outputs ON OFF)
ZN STATS (zone status)
BYPAS ZN (bypass zones)
ZONE MON (zone monitor)
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
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Forgive Failure to Exit (Anti-Passback)
SYS STAT (system status)
SYS TEST (system test)
USR CODE (user codes)
NO
NO
NO
SCHEDULS (schedules)
TIME (day, date & time)
NO
DIS EVNT (display events)
EXTEND (extend closing)
TEMP CODE (temporary code)
ANTI PASS (anti-passback)
NO
ALOW (allow)
NO
NO
NO
NO
PRM TMP ANY
* NO makes this a permanent user code. YES makes this a
temporary code that expires in 7 days.
** YES requires user to properly exit (egress) an area they have
previously accessed. If they fail to exit through the proper card
reader location they will not be granted access on their next
attempt. In this case, the system administrator will need to use
the Forgive feature to clear the Anti-Passback Violation for this
user. Arming the area also clears the Anti-Passback Violation.
See Forgive Failure to Exit. Select this option NO if you are not
using the Anti-Passback feature on your system.
*** ALOW defines the time schedules that the code will operate for
door access and disarming. PRM (or PRI) indicates operation
during permanent (or primary) schedules. TMP (or SEC) indicates
operation during temporary (or secondary) schedules. ANY
indicates that the code will operate anytime, regardless of
schedules. Both PRM (PRI) and TMP (SEC) may be selected for
one user. If disarming is done outside of assigned schedules the
disarming will be allowed but an unauthorized entry will be
indicated at the Central Station. Menu access is not affected by
this option.
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1. After the user codes? menu has ben accessed and ADD DEL
CHG BAT is displayed, press COMMAND. The keypad displays
FRGV.
2. Press the top left key. The display changes to User Number:3. At the USER NUMBER:- prompt, enter the user number to be
forgiven and press COMMAND. The User Code Browser
described in the Appendix can help find the appropriate user by
name if you do not know the number.
4. To clear the Failure to Exit (Anti-passback) violation for all users
enter 000 at the User Number:- prompt.
5. The keypad will display User XXX Forgive to confirm, then
return to step 3 for the next user. Press the ARROW key to exit
this menu.
Ambush Codes
Your system may be programmed to allow user number 1 to be an
Ambush code. This Ambush code functions identically to a standard
code with the exception that it sends a silent alarm to the central
station. This silent alarm alerts the operator to a duress situation at the
premises and prompts the immediate notification of authorities.
Refer to the System Setup section of this guide to see if your system
is programmed for Ambush. If so, do NOT program a code for user
number 1 unless you intend to use the Ambush function.
User Menu
Deleting User Codes
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until USER CODES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ADD DEL CHG
BAT.
4. Press the SELECT key under DEL to delete a user code from the
system. You must have a user code level of 9 or have a custom
user code with that authority to be able to delete a user code.
Important: Each area must have at least one user with a level 9
authority in order to be able to add or delete user codes. Be careful not
to delete all level 9 users from an area.
5. At the USER NUMBER: - prompt, enter the user number you
want to delete and press COMMAND. The display changes to
USER # DELETED.
6. The display then changes back to USER NUMBER: - allowing
you to delete another user. Press the ARROW key twice to exit
the User Menu.
Changing User Codes
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press the COMMAND key until USER CODES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ADD DEL CHG
BAT.
4. Press the SELECT key under CHG to change a user code.
5. At the USER NUMBER:
- prompt, enter the user number to
change and press COMMAND.
Refer to the System Setup section for the number of user codes
available for your system.
6.The display changes to CODE NO: * * * * *. Press a SELECT key
and enter the new user code. Press COMMAND.
7. The display then shows the current user name. Press any top row
key to clear. See the Entering Custom Names Section in the
Appendix to enter new name.
Note: Changing a user code does not change the user number.
8. The display changes to AREAS: # # # # (# = area number). Add
or remove access to one or more areas by pressing the
corresponding number keys. Press COMMAND.
9. The display changes to LEVEL CUSTOM. Refer to Adding User
Codes on the previous page for a description of this prompt.
10. After entering the authority level, the keypad displays USER #
CHANGED for five seconds followed by USER NUMBER: -.
This display allows you to enter another user number to change.
Press the ARROW key twice to exit the User Menu.
☞ Browser Feature
Refer to the Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing
you how to use the Add, Delete or Change User Codes browser.
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User Menu
Deleting User Codes
Changing User Codes
1. Access the User Menu.
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until USER CODES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ADD DEL CHG
BAT.
2. Press the COMMAND key until USER CODES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays ADD DEL CHG
BAT.
4. Press the SELECT key under DEL to delete a user code from the
system. You must have a user code level of 9 or have a custom
user code with that authority to be able to delete a user code.
4. Press the SELECT key under CHG to change a user code.
5. At the USER NUMBER:
- prompt, enter the user number to
change and press COMMAND.
Refer to the System Setup section for the number of user codes
available for your system.
Important: Each area must have at least one user with a level 9
authority in order to be able to add or delete user codes. Be careful not
to delete all level 9 users from an area.
5. At the USER NUMBER: - prompt, enter the user number you
want to delete and press COMMAND. The display changes to
USER # DELETED.
6. The display then changes back to USER NUMBER: - allowing
you to delete another user. Press the ARROW key twice to exit
the User Menu.
6. The display changes to CODE NO: * * * * *. Press a SELECT key
and enter the new user code. Press COMMAND.
7. The display then shows the current user name. Press any top row
key to clear. See the Entering Custom Names Section in the
Appendix to enter new name.
Note: Changing a user code does not change the user number.
8. The display changes to AREAS: # # # # (# = area number). Add
or remove access to one or more areas by pressing the
corresponding number keys. Press COMMAND.
9. The display changes to LEVEL CUSTOM. Refer to Adding User
Codes on the previous page for a description of this prompt.
10. After entering the authority level, the keypad displays USER #
CHANGED for five seconds followed by USER NUMBER: -.
This display allows you to enter another user number to
change. Press the ARROW key twice to exit the User Menu.
☞ Browser Feature
Refer to the Appendix at the back of this guide for a diagram showing
you how to use the Add, Delete or Change User Codes browser.
User Menu
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Schedules
User Code Level: 7 and above.
Function: The Schedules function allows you to program into the
system the times at which you normally turn your burglary protection
on and off each day of the week. This information can then used by
the system to automatically arm or disarm the burglary protection.
If your system does not use automatic arming, you can use the
Closing Check/Extend feature with Schedules to help ensure your
system is armed manually at a specific time. This option sounds the
keypad buzzer and displays CLOSING TIME! when a schedule
expires. Users still on the premises are reminded to arm the system
or extend the schedule to a later time. If the system is not armed, or
the schedule extended, a report is sent to the central station.
Schedules can also be used to restrict access to the system by users
with a 1 or 2 level or special Allow (ALOW) authority assigned to their
user codes.
Your system provides you with four different types of schedules and
Holiday dates:
1. Permanent (PRM), Primary (PRI), and Secondary (SEC)
schedules occur at the same time until you change or delete
them.
2. Temporary (TEMP) schedules occur only once and then are
cleared. These are typically used to allow someone off hours
access to the premises when used with a level 1 or 2 code or
special Allow authority.
3. Output (OUT) schedules allow you to set the times when relay
outputs connected to your system turn on and off automatically.
4. Door (DOOR) schedules allow you to set times when door strikes
turn on and off automatically.
Setting an Arming and Disarming Schedule
1. Access the User Menu and press COMMAND until SCHEDULES?
displays. Press any SELECT key.
2. The keypad displays PRM TMP OUT DOOR (or PRI SEC OUT
DOOR). Press the SELECT key under PRM (or PRI). This will
allow you to enter a schedule that remains in place until you
change or delete it.
3. The keypad displays SUN MON TUE WED. Press the COMMAND
key to display THU FRI SAT HOL. Press the SELECT key under
the day you want the schedule to begin.
Note: After selecting the day of the week for the schedule to begin,
the keypad displays any currently programmed Opening and
Closing times previously set for that day. This feature allows you
to review programmed schedules at any time. A schedule entered
in HOL (holiday) will be active and override SUN MON TUE etc.
schedules anytime a Holiday Date occurs.
4. If Opening and Closing times are displayed, the keypad then
displays DELETE
KEEP. Press the SELECT key under
DELETE to enter new times.
5. The keypad then displays OPENING TIME? followed by the
display MON – :
AM PM. Enter the new opening time and
select AM or PM.
Enter all schedule times using a 12 hour clock. For example, to
enter 6 AM you would enter a 0 + 6 + 0 + 0 and press the SELECT
key under AM.
The keypad then displays CLOSING TIME? followed by the
display MON – : AM PM. Enter the new closing time and select
AM or PM. Pressing the SELECT key under the day MON
(whichever day is displayed) allows you to scroll through the days
of the week and create a schedule window that spans multiple
days.
5. Holiday (HOL) dates allow you to enter dates that are used to
activate schedules.
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Schedules
User Code Level: 7 and above.
Function: The Schedules function allows you to program into the
system the times at which you normally turn your burglary protection
on and off each day of the week. This information can then used by the
system to automatically arm or disarm the burglary protection.
If your system does not use automatic arming, you can use the Closing
Check/Extend feature with Schedules to help ensure your system is
armed manually at a specific time. This option sounds the keypad
buzzer and displays CLOSING TIME! when a schedule expires. Users
still on the premises are reminded to arm the system or extend the
schedule to a later time. If the system is not armed, or the schedule
extended, a report is sent to the central station.
Schedules can also be used to restrict access to the system by users
with a 1 or 2 level or special Allow (ALOW) authority assigned to their
user codes.
Your system provides you with four different types of schedules and
Holiday dates:
1. Permanent (PRM), Primary (PRI), and Secondary (SEC)
schedules occur at the same time until you change or delete them.
2. Temporary (TEMP) schedules occur only once and then are
cleared. These are typically used to allow someone off hours
access to the premises when used with a level 1 or 2 code or
special Allow authority.
3. Output (OUT) schedules allow you to set the times when relay
outputs connected to your system turn on and off automatically.
4. Door (DOOR) schedules allow you to set times when door strikes
turn on and off automatically.
5. Holiday (HOL) dates allow you to enter dates that are used to
activate schedules.
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User Menu
Setting an Arming and Disarming Schedule
1. Access the User Menu and press COMMAND until SCHEDULES?
displays. Press any SELECT key.
2. The keypad displays PRM TMP OUT DOOR (or PRI SEC OUT
DOOR). Press the SELECT key under PRM (or PRI). This will
allow you to enter a schedule that remains in place until you
change or delete it.
3. The keypad displays SUN MON TUE WED. Press the COMMAND
key to display THU FRI SAT HOL. Press the SELECT key under
the day you want the schedule to begin.
Note: After selecting the day of the week for the schedule to begin,
the keypad displays any currently programmed Opening and
Closing times previously set for that day. This feature allows you
to review programmed schedules at any time. A schedule entered
in HOL (holiday) will be active and override SUN MON TUE etc.
schedules anytime a Holiday Date occurs.
4. If Opening and Closing times are displayed, the keypad then
displays DELETE
KEEP. Press the SELECT key under
DELETE to enter new times.
5. The keypad then displays OPENING TIME? followed by the
display MON – :
AM PM. Enter the new opening time and
select AM or PM.
Enter all schedule times using a 12 hour clock. For example, to
enter 6 AM you would enter a 0 + 6 + 0 + 0 and press the SELECT
key under AM.
The keypad then displays CLOSING TIME? followed by the
display MON – : AM PM. Enter the new closing time and select
AM or PM. Pressing the SELECT key under the day MON
(whichever day is displayed) allows you to scroll through the days
of the week and create a schedule window that spans multiple
days.
User Menu
Schedules continued
Note: You must enter an Opening and Closing time or the system
will not recognize the schedule.
The new schedule is now part of your system.
6. The keypad goes back to the SUN MON TUE WED display
allowing you to enter another schedule.
7. To clear a schedule press DELETE and then AM when the
opening time is requested.
Press the ARROW key to exit the User Menu.
Area Schedules
Your system may be programmed for Area schedules that allows you
to set a separate schedule for each area of the system. If so, after
selecting the schedule type (PRM, PRI, SEC, or TMP) the keypad
displays AREA NO: –. Enter the number of the area you want to
program. Press COMMAND to continue.
You can also press either of the two left SELECT keys to browse
through a list of the areas. Press COMMAND when the area name you
want is displayed.
Entering Holiday Dates:
1. After you have accessed the SCHEDULES? menu and the
schedule options, PRM TMP OUT DOOR, or PRI SEC OUT
DOOR, have been displayed, press the COMMAND key once
more and the display will change to HOL.
2. Press the top left key and the keypad will display
HOLIDAY: 1 / . You can now enter the month and day for the first
holiday. Example: July fourth would be entered by pressing the
0704 keys. The keypad will display HOLIDAY:1 07/04.
3. To step to the next holiday number press COMMAND. To clear
a holiday press any top row key when the appropriate holiday
number is displayed. Press the ARROW key when
HOLIDAY: 1 or the COMMAND key when HOLIDAY:20 is
displayed to exit the menu.
Note: The Holiday Dates entered indicate the days of the year when
the HOL schedules will be used instead of the standard SUN MON
TUE etc. schedules.This applies to all schedules including Output and
Door Schedules.
Holiday Dates
Function: Setting Holiday Dates provides the system with dates in
the year that the normal opening and closing schedules are not used.
Twenty different dates can be entered for permanent (Primary),
temporary (Secondary), output and door schedules.
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User Menu
Schedules continued
Note: You must enter an Opening and Closing time or the system
will not recognize the schedule.
The new schedule is now part of your system.
6. The keypad goes back to the SUN MON TUE WED display
allowing you to enter another schedule.
7. To clear a schedule press DELETE and then AM when the
opening time is requested.
Press the ARROW key to exit the User Menu.
Area Schedules
Your system may be programmed for Area schedules that allows you
to set a separate schedule for each area of the system. If so, after
selecting the schedule type (PRM, PRI, SEC, or TMP) the keypad
displays AREA NO: –. Enter the number of the area you want to
program. Press COMMAND to continue.
You can also press either of the two left SELECT keys to browse
through a list of the areas. Press COMMAND when the area name you
want is displayed.
Entering Holiday Dates:
1. After you have accessed the SCHEDULES? menu and the
schedule options, PRM TMP OUT DOOR, or PRI SEC OUT
DOOR, have been displayed, press the COMMAND key once
more and the display will change to HOL.
2. Press the top left key and the keypad will display
HOLIDAY: 1 / . You can now enter the month and day for the first
holiday. Example: July fourth would be entered by pressing the
0704 keys. The keypad will display HOLIDAY:1 07/04.
3. To step to the next holiday number press COMMAND. To clear
a holiday press any top row key when the appropriate holiday
number is displayed. Press the ARROW key when
HOLIDAY: 1 or the COMMAND key when HOLIDAY:20 is
displayed to exit the menu.
Note: The Holiday Dates entered indicate the days of the year when
the HOL schedules will be used instead of the standard SUN MON
TUE etc. schedules.This applies to all schedules including Output and
Door Schedules.
Holiday Dates
Function: Setting Holiday Dates provides the system with dates in
the year that the normal opening and closing schedules are not used.
Twenty different dates can be entered for permanent (Primary),
temporary (Secondary), output and door schedules.
User Menu
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Relay and Door Output Schedules
The Schedules function allows you to set up to 100 different scheduled
times for relays or door strikes connected to your system to turn on
and off automatically. The maximum number of schedules that can be
assigned per door or output is 8.
Programming Output and Door Schedules:
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SCHEDULES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays PRI TMP OUT
DOOR or (PRI SEC OUT DOOR). Press the SELECT key under
OUT or DOOR.
4. At the OUTPUT NO: – or DOOR NO: – display, enter the relay
output number you want to program. Press the COMMAND key.
If adding a schedule and all 100 are currently in use, you'll get an OUT
SCHEDS FULL display. You must then delete an existing schedule.
5. The keypad displays SCHEDULE NO: -. Enter the schedule and
Press the COMMAND key.
9. The keypad then displays ON TIME?. This is followed by the
display – :
AM PM.
Enter a new relay On time and select AM or PM.
The display changes to OFF TIME?. This is followed by the
display – :
AM PM.
Enter a new Off time for the relay.
Enter all schedule times using a 12 hour clock. For example, to
enter 6 AM you would enter a 0 + 6 + 0 + 0 and press the SELECT
key under AM. For 11 PM you would enter a 1 + 1 + 0 + 0 and
press the SELECT key under PM.
10. The keypad then goes back to the day of the week display allowing
you to enter another Output schedule. To exit the user menu or
to go back to the PRI TMP OUT DOOR display, press the
ARROW key.
11. To clear a schedule press DELETE and then AM when the
opening time is requested.
List your Opening and Closing schedules in the table provided on the
following page for easy reference.
6. The keypad displays SUN MON TUE WED. Press the COMMAND
key to display THU FRI SAT HOL.
7. Press the SELECT key under the day you want to program.
Note: After selecting the day of the week for the schedule to occur, the
keypad displays any currently programmed On Off times previously
set for that day. This feature allows you to review programmed
schedules at any time.
8. If On Off times are displayed, the keypad then displays DELETE
KEEP. Press the SELECT key under DELETE to enter new
times.
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Relay and Door Output Schedules
The Schedules function allows you to set up to 100 different scheduled
times for relays or door strikes connected to your system to turn on
and off automatically. The maximum number of schedules that can be
assigned per door or output is 8.
Programming Output and Door Schedules:
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until SCHEDULES? displays.
3. Press any SELECT key. The keypad displays PRI TMP OUT
DOOR or (PRI SEC OUT DOOR). Press the SELECT key under
OUT or DOOR.
4. At the OUTPUT NO: – or DOOR NO: – display, enter the relay
output number you want to program. Press the COMMAND key.
If adding a schedule and all 100 are currently in use, you'll get an OUT
SCHEDS FULL display. You must then delete an existing schedule.
5. The keypad displays SCHEDULE NO: -. Enter the schedule
Press the COMMAND key.
User Menu
9. The keypad then displays ON TIME?. This is followed by the
display – :
AM PM.
Enter a new relay On time and select AM or PM.
The display changes to OFF TIME?. This is followed by the
display – :
AM PM.
Enter a new Off time for the relay.
Enter all schedule times using a 12 hour clock. For example, to
enter 6 AM you would enter a 0 + 6 + 0 + 0 and press the SELECT
key under AM. For 11 PM you would enter a 1 + 1 + 0 + 0 and
press the SELECT key under PM.
10. The keypad then goes back to the day of the week display allowing
you to enter another Output schedule. To exit the user menu or
to go back to the PRI TMP OUT DOOR display, press the
ARROW key.
11. To clear a schedule press DELETE and then AM when the
opening time is requested.
List your Opening and Closing schedules in the table provided on the
following page for easy reference.
6. The keypad displays SUN MON TUE WED. Press the COMMAND
key to display THU FRI SAT HOL.
7. Press the SELECT key under the day you want to program.
Note: After selecting the day of the week for the schedule to occur, the
keypad displays any currently programmed On Off times previously
set for that day. This feature allows you to review programmed
schedules at any time.
8. If On Off times are displayed, the keypad then displays DELETE
KEEP. Press the SELECT key under DELETE to enter new
times.
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Arm/Disarm Schedules
Output/Door Schedules
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Schedules continued
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Output/Door Schedules
Suggestion: Photocopy this page before using.
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User Menu
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Setting the Date and Time
User Code Level: 8 and above.
Function: Allows you to change the current date and time displayed
on the Security Command keypad and used by the system to log
events in its Event Memory program and Control Schedules.
Setting the System’s Date and Time
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until TIME? displays. Press any SELECT
key.
3. The keypad displays the current day and time. Press the
COMMAND key. The keypad displays the current date. Press
the COMMAND key to make any changes.
8. Press the SELECT key under DATE to change the date. The
keypad displays
MONTH:- Enter one or two digits for the month.
Press COMMAND.
DAY:Enter up to two digits for the day.
Press COMMAND.
YEAR:Enter up to two digits for the year.
Press COMMAND.
The display returns to the TIME DAY DATE display.
Press the ARROW key to exit the User Menu.
Note: The date and time portion of the Security Command System is
year 2000 compliant.
4. The keypad displays TIME DAY DATE.
5. Press the SELECT key under TIME to change the time. The
keypad displays – : AM PM. Enter the current time and select
AM or PM.
The display changes back to TIME DAY DATE.
6. Press the SELECT key under DAY to change the day of week.
The keypad displays SUN MON TUE WED. If the current day
of the week is not displayed, press the COMMAND key.
7. The keypad displays THU FRI SAT. Press the SELECT key
under the correct day. You can use the ARROW key to toggle
between the two day of the week displays.
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User Menu
Setting the Date and Time
User Code Level: 8 and above.
Function: Allows you to change the current date and time displayed
on the Security Command keypad and used by the system to log
events in its Event Memory program and Control Schedules.
Setting the System’s Date and Time
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press COMMAND until TIME? displays. Press any SELECT
key.
3. The keypad displays the current day and time. Press the
COMMAND key. The keypad displays the current date. Press
the COMMAND key to make any changes.
8. Press the SELECT key under DATE to change the date. The
keypad displays
MONTH:- Enter one or two digits for the month.
Press COMMAND.
DAY:Enter up to two digits for the day.
Press COMMAND.
YEAR:Enter up to two digits for the year.
Press COMMAND.
The display returns to the TIME DAY DATE display.
Press the ARROW key to exit the User Menu.
Note: The date and time portion of the Security Command System is
year 2000 compliant.
4. The keypad displays TIME DAY DATE.
5. Press the SELECT key under TIME to change the time. The
keypad displays – : AM PM. Enter the current time and select
AM or PM.
The display changes back to TIME DAY DATE.
6. Press the SELECT key under DAY to change the day of week.
The keypad displays SUN MON TUE WED. If the current day
of the week is not displayed, press the COMMAND key.
7. The keypad displays THU FRI SAT. Press the SELECT key
under the correct day. You can use the ARROW key to toggle
between the two day of the week displays.
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Display Events
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
Function: Allows you to review up to 1000 past door accesses and
200 past system events.
There are six event types:
Zone Activity - Zone alarms, troubles, and restorals.
Opening and Closing - Arming and disarming of the system.
User Code Changes - Adding, deleting, and changing user codes.
Schedule Changes - Adding, deleting, and changing schedules.
Door Access - Each door access function used at a keypad.
Supervisory - Problems with the system’s hardware
components.
SELECT keys
The system’s memory can hold a
maximum of 1000 past door accesses
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Using the Display Events
ARROW key COMMAND key
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press the COMMAND key until DISPLAY EVENTS? displays.
Press any SELECT key.
3. The keypad displays FRST LST PRT SRT. Select FRST (first)
to view the oldest to newest events. Select LST (last) to view the
newest to oldest events. If you select FIRST, use the COMMAND
key to scroll up through the events. If you select LAST, use the
ARROW key to scroll down through the events.
Select SRT (sort) to sort through the Display Events log and
collect information specific to a user or system event.
Select PRT (print) to print the complete 200 system Display
Events log.
4. To use the Sort feature, press the SELECT key under SRT. The
keypad displays FRST DATE: 8/21. Press any SELECT key and
enter a 4-digit beginning date for the sort. Press COMMAND.
5. The keypad displays LAST DATE: 10/17. Press any SELECT
key and enter a 4-digit ending date for the sort. Press COMMAND.
6. The keypad displays USER NUMBER: -. To sort events for a
particular user, enter their user number or press COMMAND to
sort for all users. To search for a user, press any SELECT key
then use the COMMAND and ARROW keys to browse through
the user names in the system. When the user you want is
displayed, press any SELECT key then press COMMAND.
7. The keypad next displays five event types that you can include
in the sort. Press the right SELECT key to display YES as the
event type name is displayed on the keypad. Press COMMAND.
The following are the five sort event types:
ACCESSES = door accesses granted.
DOOR NUMBER = leave blank for all doors.
Note: If accesses is selected YES then only Door Access Events will
be included in the sort.
ZONE EVENTS = zone alarms, troubles, and restorals.
ARM/DISARM = arming and disarming events.
USER EVENTS = adding, deleting, and changing user codes.
SUPERVISORY = system hardware problems and door access
denied events.
8. After the last event type is displayed, the keypad again displays
FRST LST PRT SRT. At this point, you can view or print the
new sorted Display Events or press SRT for a new sort.
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Display Events
User Code Level: 1 and 2 - During schedules only. 3 to 9 - Anytime.
Function: Allows you to review up to 1000 past door accesses and
200 past system events.
There are six event types:
Zone Activity - Zone alarms, troubles, and restorals.
Opening and Closing - Arming and disarming of the system.
User Code Changes - Adding, deleting, and changing user codes.
Schedule Changes - Adding, deleting, and changing schedules.
Door Access - Each door access function used at a keypad.
Supervisory - Problems with the system’s hardware components.
The system’s memory can hold a
maximum of 1000 past door accesses
and 200 system events for 45 days. Any
event older than 45 days is cleared
automatically by the system. Also, once
the full 1200 events are stored, any new
event causes the oldest event to be
cleared.
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Using the Display Events
ARROW key COMMAND key
1. Access the User Menu.
2. Press the COMMAND key until DISPLAY EVENTS? displays.
Press any SELECT key.
3. The keypad displays FRST LST PRT SRT. Select FRST (first)
to view the oldest to newest events. Select LST (last) to view the
newest to oldest events. If you select FIRST, use the COMMAND
key to scroll up through the events. If you select LAST, use the
ARROW key to scroll down through the events.
Display Events
Select SRT (sort) to sort through the Display Events log and
collect information specific to a user or system event.
Select PRT (print) to print the complete 200 system Display
Events log.
4. To use the Sort feature, press the SELECT key under SRT. The
keypad displays FRST DATE: 8/21. Press any SELECT key and
enter a 4-digit beginning date for the sort. Press COMMAND.
5. The keypad displays LAST DATE: 10/17. Press any SELECT
key and enter a 4-digit ending date for the sort. Press COMMAND.
6. The keypad displays USER NUMBER: -. To sort events for a
particular user, enter their user number or press COMMAND to
sort for all users. To search for a user, press any SELECT key
then use the COMMAND and ARROW keys to browse through
the user names in the system. When the user you want is
displayed, press any SELECT key then press COMMAND.
7. The keypad next displays five event types that you can include in
the sort. Press the right SELECT key to display YES as the event
type name is displayed on the keypad. Press COMMAND.
The following are the five sort event types:
ACCESSES = door accesses granted.
DOOR NUMBER = leave blank for all doors.
Note: If accesses is selected YES then only Door Access Events will
be included in the sort.
ZONE EVENTS = zone alarms, troubles, and restorals.
ARM/DISARM = arming and disarming events.
USER EVENTS = adding, deleting, and changing user codes.
SUPERVISORY = system hardware problems and door access
denied events.
8. After the last event type is displayed, the keypad again displays
FRST LST PRT SRT. At this point, you can view or print the
new sorted Display Events or press SRT for a new sort.
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About the Display Events Section
Zone Event Displays
This section of the user’s guide shows the User's Guide Display
Events items for both 16-character (single line) and 32-character
keypad displays. While in the Display Events function, use the
COMMAND and ARROW keys to go forward or backward through the
list of events.
This section displays alarms, troubles, and other events that could
occur on your protection zones.
16-Character Display
Description
2 BURG ALR 1017
A burglary alarm occurred on zone 2.
Press the right SELECT key for the time
the alarm occurred.
32-Character Display
Description
A LR 10: 23P 10/17
BAS EM ENT DOOR
An alarm occurred at 10:23 PM on Oct. 17.
Press any SELECT key to see the zone
number and zone type.
Arming and Disarming Event Displays
This displays any arming or disarming of system areas.
16-Character Display
Description
ARM
Area 3 was armed by user 12 on Oct. 17.
Press the SELECT key under 3 for the
area name, under 12 for the user name,
or under 1017 for the time the arming
occurred.
3 12 1017
Zone Type - There are 7 possible zone types you may see here.
FIRE - Fire
PANC - Panic
32-Character Display
Description
EMRG - Emergency
SUPV - Supervisory
ARM5:10P10
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PERI M ET ER
The Perimeter was armed at 5:10 PM.
Press any Select key to display the area
number and user number then any Select
key to display the user name.
AUX1 - Auxiliary 1
AUX2 - Auxiliary 2
Arming Event Types - There are 2 event type you may see here:
ARM - User armed the system
DIS - User disarmed the system
BURG - Burglary
Event Types - There are 7 event types you may see here:
ALR - Alarm
TBL - Trouble
RST - Restore
LOW - Low battery
MIS - Missing wireless transmitter
FLT - Zone Fault
SVC - Service smoke detector
Note: LOW and MIS are for wireless systems only.
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About the Display Events Section
Zone Event Displays
This section of the user’s guide shows the User's Guide Display
Events items for both 16-character (single line) and 32-character
keypad displays. While in the Display Events function, use the
COMMAND and ARROW keys to go forward or backward through the
list of events.
This section displays alarms, troubles, and other events that could
occur on your protection zones.
16-Character Display
Description
2 BURG ALR 1017
A burglary alarm occurred on zone 2.
Press the right Select key for the time the
alarm occurred.
32-Character Display
Description
A LR 10: 23P 10/17
BASEM ENT DOOR
An alarm occurred at 10:23 PM on Oct. 17.
Press any Select key to see the zone
number and zone type.
Arming and Disarming Event Displays
This displays any arming or disarming of system areas.
16-Character Display
Description
ARM
Area 3 was armed by user 12 on Oct. 17.
Press the Select key under 3 for the area
name, under 12 for the user name, or
under 1017 for the time the arming
occurred.
3 12 1017
Zone Type - There are 7 possible zone types you may see here.
FIRE - Fire
PANC - Panic
32-Character Display
Description
EMRG - Emergency
SUPV - Supervisory
A RM 5:10P 10/ 17
PERI M ET ER
The Perimeter was armed at 5:10 PM.
Press any Select key to display the area
number and user number then any Select
key to display the user name.
AUX1 - Auxiliary 1
AUX2 - Auxiliary 2
Arming Event Types - There are 2 event type you may see here:
ARM - User armed the system
DIS - User disarmed the system
BURG - Burglary
Event Types - There are 7 event type you may see here:
ALR - Alarm
TBL - Trouble
RST - Restore
LOW - Low battery
MIS - Missing wireless transmitter
FLT - Zone Fault
SVC - Service smoke detector
Note: LOW and MIS are for wireless systems only.
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User Code Change Event Displays
System Monitor Event Displays
This displays any addition, deletion, or change to a user code.
This displays any problems with the system's AC power, battery, or
phone line(s) or any opening of a tampered panel box.
16-Character Display
Description
16-Character Display
Description
12 ADD 19 1017
User 12 added user 19 on Oct. 17. Press
the right SELECT key for the time this
occurred.
POWER TBL 1017
An AC failure occurred on Oct. 17. Press
the SELECT key under 1017 for the time.
32-Character Display
Description
32-Character Display
Description
A DD 11: 41A 10 / 17
US:19 BY US:1 2
User 19 added by user 12 at 11:41 AM.
Press the Select key under either user
(US:) number for the user name.
TBL 11:41A
POW ER
An AC failure occurred on Oct. 17. Press
the SELECT key under 1017 for the time
the failure occurred.
User Code Event Types - There are 3 event types you may see here:
ADD - User added
DEL - User deleted
CHG - User code or authority level has been changed.
10/17
System Monitor Event Types - There are 2 event types:
TBL - Trouble
RST - Restore
System Monitor Event Names - There are 5 system monitors:
POWER - AC power to panel
Supervisory Event Displays
LINE 1 - Phone line number 1
This displays the date and time of an automatic test report.
LINE 2 - Phone line number 2
16-Character Display
Description
AUTO RECALL 1017
The test report was sent on Oct. 17.
32-Character Display
Description
MSG 11: 58P 10 / 17
AUTO R ECALL
The test report was sent to the central
station at the date and time shown.
BATTERY - On panel
TAMPER - On panel box
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User Code Change Event Displays
System Monitor Event Displays
This displays any addition, deletion, or change to a user code.
This displays any problems with the system's AC power, battery, or
phone line(s) or any opening of a tampered panel box.
16-Character Display
Description
16-Character Display
Description
12 ADD 19 1017
User 12 added user 19 on Oct. 17. Press
the right Select key for the time this
occurred.
POWER TBL 1017
An AC failure occurred on Oct. 17. Press
the Select key under 1017 for the time.
32-Character Display
Description
32-Character Display
Description
A DD 11: 41A 10 / 17
US:19 BY US:1 2
User 19 added by user 12 at 11:41 AM.
Press the Select key under either user
(US:) number for the user name.
TBL 11:41A
POW ER
An AC failure occurred on Oct. 17. Press
the Select key under 1017 for the time the
failure occurred.
User Code Event Types - There are 3 event type you may see here:
ADD - User added
DEL - User deleted
CHG - User code or authority level has been changed.
10/17
System Monitor Event Types - There are 2 event types:
TBL - Trouble
RST - Restore
System Monitor Event Names - There are 5 system monitors:
POWER - AC power to panel
Supervisory Event Displays
LINE 1 - Phone line number 1
This displays the date and time of an automatic test report.
LINE 2 - Phone line number 2
16-Character Display
Description
AUTO RECALL 1017
The test report was sent on Oct. 17.
32-Character Display
Description
MSG 11: 58P 10 / 17
AUTO R ECALL
The test report was sent to the central
station at the date and time shown.
Display Events
BATTERY - On panel
TAMPER - On panel box
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Door Access Event Displays
Schedule Change Event Displays
This displays the keypad address where a *Door Access occurred and
the user number of the person granted access.
This displays Changes made to the system’s schedules.
16-Character Display
Description
PRM MON 024 1017
A Permanent schedule for Monday was
changed by user 24 on Oct. 17. Press the
SELECT key under 1017 for the time of
occurrence or under 024 for the user
name.
Description
32-Character Display
Description
Door (keypad) #3 was accessed by DOOR
user 24 on Oct. 17. Press the SELECT
key under 1017 for the time of occurrence
or under 024 for the user name.
PRM 9:41A 10/17
SCH MON USER:024
A Permanent schedule for Monday was
changed by user 24 on Oct. 17.
16-Character Display
Description
DOOR 3 024 1017
Door (keypad) #3 was accessed by user
24 on Oct. 17. Press the SELECT key
under 1017 for the time of occurrence or
under 024 for the user name.
32-Character Display
ACC 5:18P
3 USER:024
10/17
DEN or DENY - Access denied
Press the top left key to display the reason that access was denied.
About Door Access
Door Access is a feature available only on certain Security Command
keypads that contain a built-in door releasing relay. When low voltage
power for an electric door strike or magnetic lock is connected to the
relay’s contacts, users entering a valid user code can release the lock
and gain access to the protected area.
Schedule Types - There are 4 possible schedule types:
PRM - Permanent
TMP - Temporary
PRI - Primary
SEC - Secondary
MON - This is the day of the week in which the schedule change
occurred. The days are displayed using three letters. Press the
SELECT key under the day of the week to display the scheduled
Opening time and once again for the scheduled Closing time.
024 - User number of the person who made the change. Press the
SELECT key under this number to display the user's name.
The Display Events feature logs the user number and name of the
person granted access, the date and time, and from which keypad
they entered their code.
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Door Access Event Displays
Schedule Change Event Displays
This displays the keypad address where a *Door Access occurred
and the user number of the person granted access.
This displays Changes made to the system’s schedules.
16-Character Display
Description
PRM MON 024 1017
A Permanent schedule for Monday was
changed by user 24 on Oct. 17. Press the
Select key under 1017 for the time of
occurrence or under 024 for the user
name.
Description
32-Character Display
Description
Door (keypad) #3 was accessed by DOOR
user 24 on Oct. 17. Press the Select key
under 1017 for the time of occurrence or
under 024 for the user name.
PRM 9:41A 10/17
SCH MON USER:024
A Permanent schedule for Monday was
changed by user 24 on Oct. 17.
16-Character Display
Description
DOOR 3 024 1017
Door (keypad) #3 was accessed by user
24 on Oct. 17. Press the Select key under
1017 for the time of occurrence or under
024 for the user name.
32-Character Display
ACC 5:18P
3 USER:024
10/17
DEN or DENY - Access denied
Press the top left key to display the reason that access was denied.
About Door Access
Door Access is a feature available only on certain Security Command
keypads that contain a built-in door releasing relay. When low voltage
power for an electric door strike or magnetic lock is connected to the
relay’s contacts, only users entering a valid user code can release the
lock and gain access to the protected area.
Schedule Types - There are 4 possible schedule types:
PRM - Permanent
TMP - Temporary
PRI - Primary
SEC - Secondary
MON - This is the day of the week in which the schedule change
occurred. The days are displayed using three letters. Press the
SELECT key under the day of the week to display the scheduled
Opening time and once again for the scheduled Closing time.
024 - User number of the person who made the change. Press the
SELECT key under this number to display the user's name.
The Display Events feature logs the user number and name of the
person granted access, the date and time, and from which keypad
they entered their code.
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Zone Bypass Event Displays
This displays the bypassing of system zones.
16-Character Display
Description
26 BYPS 1 2 1017
Zone 26 bypassed by user 12. Press the
left SELECT key for the zone name and
the right SELECT key for the time.
32-Character Display
Description
BYP 5:18P 10 / 17
EAST W I NDOW
The east window zone was bypassed.
Press a SELECT key for the zone
number and user number. Press again
for the user name.
SERVICE REQUEST?
This feature of the User Menu allows you to just press any top row
SELECT key while SERVICE REQUEST? is displayed and have the
system automatically send a "Request for Service" message to the
central station. The display changes to REQUEST MADE
momentarily to confirm your request was sent.
Our service department will then contact you to arrange a service
appointment.
Bypass Event Types - There are 3 event types:
BYP - Bypass
RST - Restore
FRC - Force Arm
Note: You may sometimes see the user as SWG. This is short for
Swinger Bypass, which is an automatic function that allows the
system to bypass a zone.
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Zone Bypass Event Displays
This displays the bypassing of system zones.
16-Character Display
Description
26 BYPS 1 2 1017
Zone 26 bypassed by user 12. Press the
left Select key for the zone name and the
right Select key for the time.
32-Character Display
Description
BYP 5:18P 10 / 17
EAST W INDOW
The east window zone was bypassed.
Press a Select key for the zone number
and user number. Press again for the
user name.
SERVICE REQUEST?
This feature of the User Menu allows you to just press any top row
SELECT key while SERVICE REQUEST? is displayed and have the
system automatically send a "Request for Service" message to the
central station. The display changes to REQUEST MADE
momentarily to confirm your request was sent.
Our service department will then contact you to arrange a service
appointment.
Bypass Event Types - There are 3 event types:
BYP - Bypass
RST - Restore
FRC - Force Arm
Note: You may sometimes see the user as SWG. This is short for
Swinger Bypass which is an automatic function that allows the system
to bypass a zone.
Display Events
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System Setup
Security Command keypads
We've provided this System Setup section to allow you to track the
current and future status of the programmable options on your
Security Command system. If you make changes to the system, you
should update the information contained on these pages.
Address
Locations
1
2
Your system is monitored by a central station.
❏ Yes
❏ No
4
C/S Name:
5
Address:
6
City/State:
7
Emergency Phone:
8
Service Phone:
Which keypads display System Status?
Service Manager:
❏1
Your system sends Opening and Closing reports.
❏ Yes
❏ No
Your system sends Zone Bypass reports.
❏ Yes
3
❏ No
❏2
❏3
❏4
❏5
❏6
❏7
❏8
❏ N/A
❏8
❏ N/A
Which keypads display Armed Status?
❏1
❏2
❏3
❏4
❏5
❏6
❏7
Which keypads provide Door Access reports?
❏1
❏2
❏3
❏4
❏5
❏6
❏7
❏8
❏ N/A
Your system sends Ambush reports.
❏ Yes
❏ No
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System Setup
System Setup
Security Command keypads
We've provided this System Setup section to allow you to track the
current and future status of the programmable options on your
Security Command system. If you make changes to the system, you
should update the information contained on these pages.
Address
Locations
1
2
Your system is monitored by a central station.
❏ Yes
❏ No
4
C/S Name:
5
Address:
6
City/State:
7
Emergency Phone:
8
Service Phone:
Which keypads display System Status?
Service Manager:
❏1
Your system sends Opening and Closing reports.
❏ Yes
❏ No
Your system sends Zone Bypass reports.
❏ Yes
3
❏ No
❏2
❏3
❏4
❏5
❏6
❏7
❏8
❏ N/A
❏8
❏ N/A
Which keypads display Armed Status?
❏1
❏2
❏3
❏4
❏5
❏6
❏7
Which keypads provide Door Access reports?
❏1
❏2
❏3
❏4
❏5
❏6
❏7
❏8
❏ N/A
Your system sends Ambush reports.
❏ Yes
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❏ No
System Setup
Area names and numbers
Output relays and Door Strikes
Your system may be divided into eight separate areas, each area can
have a custom name or description that displays at the keypad. This
can help you easily track events when they occur elsewhere in your
system.
Your system has
output relays and
door strikes that are
used to control various functions within the building or access around
its perimeter. Below is a list of the devices they control.
Area
Output/ Door #
What it controls
Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Schedules
Your system uses the following schedule types:
❏ Permanent and Temporary schedules
❏ Primary and Secondary schedules
Use the Output or Door number in the User Menu when setting Output
Schedules or using the Outputs On Off option to manually toggle the
relays.
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System Setup
Area names and numbers
Output relays and Door Strikes
Your system may be divided into eight separate areas, each area can
have a custom name or description that displays at the keypad. This
can help you easily track events when they occur elsewhere in your
system.
Your system has
output relays and
door strikes that are
used to control various functions within the building or access around
its perimeter. Below is a list of the devices they control.
Area
Output /Door#
What it controls
Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Schedules
Your system uses the following schedule types:
❏ Permanent and Temporary schedules
❏ Primary and Secondary schedules
System Setup
Use the Output or Door number in the User Menu when setting Output
Schedules or using the Outputs On Off option to manually toggle the
relays.
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Use the following table to track custom user codes in your system.
User Codes
Depending on how your system is programmed, you may have 200
to 999 user codes available. As you add new users or change current
users' codes, you can keep track of their level of access to the system,
and the areas in which their codes will operate.
User Name
User #
Arm & Disarm
Alarm Silence
Sensor Reset
Door Access
Arm Areas
Outputs ON/OFF
Zone Status
Bypass Zones
Zone Monitor
System Staus
System Test
User Codes
Schedules
Time
Display Events
Extend Closing
Temporary Code
Anti-Passback
Area 1
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Area 5
Area 6
Area 7
Area 8
Custom user codes
When adding codes to the system through the User Menu, you can
choose the CUSTOM option to select the specific menu items you
want the user to access.
After adding the code into the keypad you'll see the LEVEL CUSTOM
display. Choosing CUSTOM displays the full list of keypad menu
options one at a time. A YES next to the option means it is enabled for
the user. To disable the option, press the second SELECT key from
the right to display NO. See below:
LEVEL
CUSTOM
ARM/ DIS
ARM/ DIS
YES
(
)
= press this SELECT key.
NO
COMMAND
Press the COMMAND key to display the next menu option.
Suggestion: Photocopy this table before using.
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System Setup
Use the following table to track custom user codes in your system.
User Codes
Depending on how your system is programmed, you may have 200
to 999 user codes available. As you add new users or change current
users' codes, you can keep track of their level of access to the system,
and the areas in which their codes will operate.
User Name
User #
Arm & Disarm
Alarm Silence
Sensor Reset
Door Access
Arm Areas
Outputs ON/OFF
Zone Status
Bypass Zones
Zone Monitor
System Staus
System Test
User Codes
Schedules
Time
Display Events
Extend Closing
Temporary Code
Anti-Passback
Area 1
Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4
Area 5
Area 6
Area 7
Area 8
Custom user codes
When adding codes to the system through the User Menu, you can
choose the CUSTOM option to select the specific menu items you
want the user to access.
After adding the code into the keypad you'll see the LEVEL CUSTOM
display. Choosing CUSTOM displays the full list of keypad menu
options one at a time. A YES next to the option means it is enabled for
the user. To disable the option, press the second SELECT key from
the right to display NO. See below:
LEVEL
CUSTOM
ARM/ DIS
ARM/ DIS
YES
(
)
= press this SELECT key.
NO
COMMAND
Press the COMMAND key to display the next menu option.
Suggestion: Photocopy this table before using.
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System Setup
Standard User Codes
You can program user numbers from 1 to
Use the tables provided below to track users of the system.
User
User Name
Level
Areas of access
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
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Standard User Codes
You can program user numbers from 1 to
Use the tables provided below to track users of the system.
User
User Name
Level
Areas of access
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
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System Setup
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Frequently asked questions
This section of the user's guide attempts to answer questions you
might have regarding the operation of your Security Command
system.
Q. If I bypass an exit delay door when I arm the system, will I get an
alarm if I come through it later?
A. You won't get an alarm from the door because it's bypassed but if
you also walk through a motion detector or other armed door inside the
premises you will get an alarm.
Q. What do I do if I want to be in the building past the scheduled closing
(arming) time?
A. If your system is programmed for closing check, the keypad emits
a steady tone prior to the system arming. During this tone, pressing
any SELECT key displays ENTER CODE: . Enter your user code and
press COMMAND.
The keypad now displays the enter time display — : AM PM. Enter
in the new time you want the system to arm and press COMMAND.
The time you enter may extend past midnight by pressing the AM key
after the appropriate time has been entered.
Q. When I arm or disarm my Area system, I get ALL? NO YES
displayed. Does this mean all areas in the system?
A. Choosing YES arms or disarms all areas that are authorized for
your user code.
Q. How do I create a schedule that starts at 8:00 am on Monday and
ends at 5:00 PM on Friday.
A. In the days of the week display, select MON (Monday). For the
OPENING TIME?, enter 0 + 8 + 0 + 0 AM. For the CLOSING TIME?,
at the MON — : AM PM display press the SELECT key under MON;
this scrolls through the days of the week. Stop at the day you want the
schedule to end. Next, enter 0 + 5 + 0 + 0 PM into the FRI — : AM
PM closing time display. Press COMMAND. Press the ARROW key
to exit the User Menu.
This sets the opening time to 8:00 am Monday and the closing time to
5:00 PM Friday. You can substitute any other day or time in this
example.
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Frequently asked questions
This section of the user's guide attempts to answer questions you
might have regarding the operation of your Security Command
system.
Q. If I bypass an exit delay door when I arm the system, will I get an
alarm if I come through it later?
A. You won't get an alarm from the door because it's bypassed but if
you also walk through a motion detector or other armed door inside
the premises you will get an alarm.
System Setup
Q. What do I do if I want to be in the building past the scheduled
closing (arming) time?
A. If your system is programmed for closing chec, the keypad emits
a steady tone prior to the system arming. During this tone, pressing
any SELECT key displays ENTER CODE: . Enter your user code and
press COMMAND.
The keypad now displays the enter time display — : AM PM. Enter
in the new time you want the system to arm and press COMMAND.
The time you enter may extend past midnight by pressing the AM key
after the appropriate time has been entered.
Q. When I arm or disarm my Area system, I get ALL? NO YES
displayed. Does this mean all areas in the system?
A. Choosing YES arms or disarms all areas that are authorized for
your user code.
Q. How do I create a schedule that starts at 8:00 am on Monday and
ends at 5:00 PM on Friday.
A. In the days of the week display, select MON (Monday). For the
OPENING TIME?, enter 0 + 8 + 0 + 0 AM. For the CLOSING TIME?,
at the MON — : AM PM display press the SELECT key under MON;
this scrolls through the days of the week. Stop at the day you want the
schedule to end. Next, enter 0 + 5 + 0 + 0 PM into the FRI — : AM
PM closing time display. Press COMMAND. Press the ARROW key
to exit the User Menu.
This sets the opening time to 8:00 am Monday and the closing time
to 5:00 PM Friday. You can substitute any other day or time in this
example.
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System Setup
Zone Status Browser
StartHere
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until ZONE
STATUS appears.
ZONE STATUS?
Press any SELECT key then
press the SELECT key under
NBR.
ARM BYPS ALR NBR
Press one of the left two
SELECT keys to browse
through the names of zones.
ZONE NO: –
SELECT AREA . . .
This prompt allows you to search
for a zone by area. Press the
COMMAND key to scroll through
the list of areas.
COMMAND
When the area where the zone is
located is displayed, press any
SELECT key.
FRONT OFFICE
COMMAND
24 HOUR ZONES
COMMAND
Press the COMMAND key to scroll SELECT ZONE . . .
through the list of all zone names.
After all the areas are
displayed, the system allows
you to search through the 24
hour zones (Fire, Panic,
Supervisory, etc.).
SELECT ZONE . . .
COMMAND
COMMAND
When the correct zone name is
EAST DOOR
displayed, press any SELECT key.
HALL SMOKE
When the correct zone name is
displayed, press any SELECT key.
Verify the zone number matches
the previously shown name.
ZONE NO : 0 3 4
Verify the zone number matches
the previously shown name.
ZONE NO : 0 1 2
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
The system displays one of these EAST DOOR – OKAY
zone status messages:
–OKAY = the zone is normal
–BYPAS = the zone is bypassed
COMMAND
–BAD O = the zone is open
–BAD S = the zone is shorted
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
HALL SMOKE – OKAY
Pressing COMMAND
allows you to enter
another zone number.
COMMAND
The system displays one of these
zone status messages:
–OKAY = the zone is normal
–BYPAS = the zone is bypassed
–BAD O = the zone is open
–BAD S = the zone is shorted
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Appendix
Zone Status Browser
StartHere
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until ZONE
STATUS appears.
ZONE STATUS?
Press any SELECT key then
press the SELECT key under
NBR.
ARM BYPS ALR NBR
Press one of the left two
SELECT keys to browse
through the names of zones.
ZONE NO: –
SELECT AREA . . .
This prompt allows you to search
for a zone by area. Press the
COMMAND key to scroll through
the list of areas.
COMMAND
When the area where the zone is
located is displayed, press any
SELECT key.
FRONT OFFICE
COMMAND
24 HOUR ZONES
COMMAND
Press the COMMAND key to scroll SELECT ZONE . . .
through the list of all zone names.
SELECT ZONE . . .
COMMAND
COMMAND
When the correct zone name is
EAST DOOR
displayed, press any SELECT key.
HALL SMOKE
When the correct zone name is
displayed, press any SELECT key.
Verify the zone number matches
the previously shown name.
ZONE NO : 0 3 4
Verify the zone number matches
the previously shown name.
ZONE NO : 0 1 2
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
The system displays one of these EAST DOOR – OKAY
zone status messages:
–OKAY = the zone is normal
–BYPAS = the zone is bypassed
COMMAND
–BAD O = the zone is open
–BAD S = the zone is shorted
Appendix
After all the areas are
displayed, the system allows
you to search through the 24
hour zones (Fire, Panic,
Supervisory, etc.).
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
HALL SMOKE – OKAY
Pressing COMMAND
allows you to enter
another zone number.
COMMAND
The system displays one of these
zone status messages:
–OKAY = the zone is normal
–BYPAS = the zone is bypassed
–BAD O = the zone is open
–BAD S = the zone is shorted
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Bypass Zones Browser
StartHere
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until BYPASS ZONES
appears. Press any SELECT key.
BYPASS ZONES?
Press either of the two left SELECT
keys.
ZONE: –
This prompt allows you to search for a
zone by area. Press the COMMAND
key to scroll through the list of areas.
RST BYP
SELECT AREA . . .
COMMAND
When the area where the zone is
located is displayed, press any SELECT
key.
FRONT OFFICE
SELECT ZONE . . .
Press the COMMAND key to scroll
through the list of all zone names.
COMMAND
When the correct zone name is
displayed, press any SELECT key.
EAST DOOR
The display shows the zone number.
Press the SELECT key under RST to
Reset the zone. Press the SELECT key
under BYP to Bypass the zone.
ZONE:012 RST BYP
ZONE: –
RST BYP
The display returns to the ZONE:
prompt allowing you to enter
another zone number.
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Appendix
StartHere
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until BYPASS ZONES
appears. Press any SELECT key.
BYPASS ZONES?
Press either of the two left SELECT
keys.
ZONE: –
This prompt allows you to search for a
zone by area. Press the COMMAND
key to scroll through the list of areas.
Bypass Zones Browser
RST BYP
SELECT AREA . . .
COMMAND
When the area where the zone is
located is displayed, press any SELECT
key.
FRONT OFFICE
SELECT ZONE . . .
Press the COMMAND key to scroll
through the list of all zone names.
COMMAND
EAST DOOR
The display shows the zone number.
Press the SELECT key under RST to
Reset the zone. Press the SELECT key
under BYP to Bypass the zone.
ZONE:012 RST BYP
ZONE: –
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When the correct zone name is
displayed, press any SELECT key.
RST BYP
The display returns to the ZONE:
prompt allowing you to enter
another zone number.
Appendix
Zone Monitor Browser
StartHere
ZONE MONITOR?
ZONE: –
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until ZONE MONITOR?
displays. Press any SELECT key.
ALL NBR
Press the SELECT key under NBR.
ADD RMV
Press either of the two left SELECT keys.
SELECT AREA . . .
This prompt allows you to search for a
zone by area. Press the COMMAND key
to scroll through the list of areas.
COMMAND
FRONT OFFICE
When the area where the zone is
located is displayed, press any SELECT
key.
SELECT ZONE . . .
Press the COMMAND key to scroll
through the list of all zone names.
EAST DOOR
COMMAND
The display shows the zone number.
When the correct zone name is
displayed, press any SELECT key.
ZONE:012 ADD RMV
Selecting ADD
puts the zone in
the monitor mode.
Selecting RMV removes
the zone from the monitor
mode.
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Appendix
Zone Monitor Browser
StartHere
ZONE MONITOR?
ZONE: –
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until ZONE MONITOR?
displays. Press any SELECT key.
ALL NBR
Press the SELECT key under NBR.
ADD RMV
Press either of the two left SELECT keys.
SELECT AREA . . .
This prompt allows you to search for a
zone by area. Press the COMMAND key
to scroll through the list of areas.
COMMAND
FRONT OFFICE
When the area where the zone is
located is displayed, press any SELECT
key.
SELECT ZONE . . .
Press the COMMAND key to scroll
through the list of all zone names.
COMMAND
The display shows the zone number.
EAST DOOR
ZONE:012 ADD RMV
Selecting ADD
puts the zone in
the monitor mode.
Appendix
When the correct zone name is
displayed, press any SELECT key.
Selecting RMV removes
the zone from the monitor
mode.
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StartHere
Add User Codes Browser
Access the User Menu. Press COMMAND
until USER CODES? displays.
USER CODES?
Press the SELECT key ADD DEL CHG
under ADD.
At this prompt, you can enter a new
user number or scroll through the
available user numbers.
USER NUMBER: –
Enter a new user number.
View available user numbers.
Enter a new user number.
Press any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 12
USER NUMBER: 012
1
2
3
The first available user
number is displayed.
4
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
CODE NO: –
1
2
3
Enter the new user code.
4
Verify the number and press
COMMAND.
CODE NO: 1 2 3 4
COMMAND
USER 012
The default user name appears.
Press any SELECT key to clear
this name.
–
See the Entering Custom Names
diagram at the end of this guide.
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StartHere
Access the User Menu. Press COMMAND
until USER CODES? displays.
USER CODES?
Add User Codes Browser
Press the SELECT key ADD DEL CHG
under ADD.
At this prompt, you can enter a new
user number or scroll through the
available user numbers.
USER NUMBER: –
Enter a new user number.
View available user numbers.
Enter a new user number.
Press any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 12
USER NUMBER: 012
1
2
3
Press COMMAND.
The first available user
number is displayed.
4
COMMAND
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
CODE NO: –
1
2
3
4
Enter the new user code.
Verify the number and press
COMMAND.
CODE NO: 1 2 3 4
COMMAND
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USER 012
The default user name appears.
Press any SELECT key to clear
this name.
–
See the Entering Custom Names
diagram at the end of this guide.
Appendix
Delete User Codes Browser
StartHere
USER CODES?
Access the User Menu. Press
the COMMAND key until USER
CODES? displays.
Press the SELECT key ADD DEL CHG
under DEL.
USER NUMBER: –
At this prompt, you can enter a user
number or scroll through the list of
user names.
View current user names.
Enter a user number.
Press any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 12
MIKE JONES
1
2
3
The first available user
name is displayed.
4
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
The next available user
name is displayed.
KATIE SMITH
USER 12 DELETED
If this is the user you
want to delete, press
any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 013
COMMAND
Verify the user number.
Press COMMAND.
USER 13 DELETED
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Delete User Codes Browser
StartHere
USER CODES?
Access the User Menu. Press
the COMMAND key until USER
CODES? displays.
Press the SELECT key ADD DEL CHG
under DEL.
USER NUMBER: –
At this prompt, you can enter a user
number or scroll through the list of
user names.
View current user names.
Enter a user number.
Press any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 12
MIKE JONES
1
2
3
The first available user
name is displayed.
4
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
USER 12 DELETED
The next available user
name is displayed.
KATIE SMITH
If this is the user you
want to delete, press
any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 013
COMMAND
Verify the user number.
Press COMMAND.
USER 13 DELETED
Appendix
39
StartHere
USER CODES?
Press the SELECT key
under CHG.
Change User Codes Browser
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until USER CODES?
displays.
ADD DEL CHG
USER NUMBER: –
At this prompt, you can enter a user
number or scroll through the list of
user names
View current user names.
Enter a user number.
Press any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 12
MIKE JONES
1
2
3
The first available user
name is displayed.
4
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
The next available user
name is displayed.
KATIE SMITH
CODE NO: * * * * *
If this is the user you
want to change, press
any SELECT key.
Press any SELECT key to
clear the present code.
CODE NO:
1
2
USER NUMBER: 013
3
Enter a new code and
press COMMAND.
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
Verify the user number.
4
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
Follow the prompts to complete the code
change. You can also press any SELECT key
here to clear a custom user name and use the
data entry keys to enter a new user name.
KATIE SMITH
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StartHere
USER CODES?
Press the SELECT key
under CHG.
Change User Codes Browser
Access the User Menu. Press
COMMAND until USER CODES?
displays.
ADD DEL CHG
USER NUMBER: –
At this prompt, you can enter a user
number or scroll through the list of
user names
View current user names.
Enter a user number.
Press any SELECT key.
USER NUMBER: 12
MIKE JONES
1
2
3
The first available user
name is displayed.
4
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
CODE NO: * * * * *
The next available user
name is displayed.
KATIE SMITH
If this is the user you
want to change, press
any SELECT key.
Press any SELECT key to
clear the present code.
CODE NO:
1
2
USER NUMBER: 013
3
Enter a new code and
press COMMAND.
KATIE SMITH
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Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
Verify the user number.
4
COMMAND
Press COMMAND.
COMMAND
Follow the prompts to complete the code
change. You can also press any SELECT key
here to clear a custom user name and use the
data entry keys to enter a new user name.
Appendix
Entering Custom Names
Once you've cleared the default
name, the display shows just a
dash on the left side.
–
1
To enter a custom name into
the keypad, you'll be using
the 3 rows of number keys.
{
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
COMMAND
1
3
A BC
2
With the number displayed, press
the SELECT key that matches the
position of the letter. See example.
1
Under each number
key are three letters.
To enter a custom name, press
the number key above the letter
you want to enter.
B
A
C
4
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
COMMAND
Once the letter you want is
displayed, press the number key
above the next letter you want to
enter.
You can enter up to 16 characters
for each name into the keypad.
The nine and zero keys . . .
9
Y
0
Z
(space)
–
Pressing the 9 key provides you
with Y, Z, and a space that you
can use between names. For
example: B O B S M I T H.
.
*
#
Pressing the 0 (zero) key provides
you with a (dash), (period),
(asterisk), and a (pound sign).
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Entering Custom Names
Once you've cleared the default
name, the display shows just a
dash on the left side.
–
1
To enter a custom name into
the keypad, you'll be using
the 3 rows of number keys.
{
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
COMMAND
1
2
3
A BC
With the number displayed, press
the SELECT key that matches the
position of the letter. See example.
1
Under each number
key are three letters.
To enter a custom name, press
the number key above the letter
you want to enter.
B
A
C
4
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
COMMAND
Once the letter you want is
displayed, press the number key
above the next letter you want to
enter.
You can enter up to 16 characters
for each name into the keypad.
The nine and zero keys . . .
9
Y
0
Z
(space)
Pressing the 9 key provides you
with Y, Z, and a space that you
can use between names. For
example: B O B S M I T H.
Appendix
–
.
*
#
Pressing the 0 (zero) key provides
you with a (dash), (period),
(asterisk), and a (pound sign).
41
Easy Entry™ User's Guide
ABC SECURITY
FRI
2: 5 1 A M
DOOR STRIKE
From the Status List, present your card to the reader. Once it is
validated by the system, the Door Strike relay activates. If you are
entering an armed area which you are assigned, accessing the area
will automatically cause it to be disarmed.
POWER
While the keypad is in the Status List, present
your access card.
ABC SECURITY
ENTER CODE: –
ABC SECURITY
ARM
DISARM
ARMING AND DISARMING AN AREA SYSTEM
Press Command. The keypad displays ARM DISARM.
Press the Select key under either option. The keypad
displays ENTER CODE: -. Present your card to the reader.
Once it is validated by the system, all areas accessible by
you arm or disarm automatically.
The relay activates momentarily during which you must open the
door.Once you open the door, you have 30 seconds to exit and
close the door before the zone 2 Soft-Shunt expires.
POWER
ABC SECURITY
ALL?
NO YES
POWER
POWER
Select NO to arm or disarm individual areas. Select YES, or simply wait, and the keypad will
automatically arm or disarm all areas forwhich you are authorized.
DISARMING WITH ENTRY DELAY
ABC SECURITY
ENTER CODE: -
Once the protected door is opened and the entry delay starts, the
keypad displays ENTER CODE: -. Present your card to the reader
and, once it is validated, the system disarms all areas accessible by
you. Area systems provide a delay to allow selected areas only to be
disarmed. See Arming and Disarming above.
POWER
POWER
Access door is
opened.
Using the access reader for user menu access
You can also use a card reader to access the User Menu when the
MENU? NO YES display is shown and a code is requested.
The system disarms the areas. Area systems allow a delay
for you to select only certain areas. See Arming and Disarming.
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Easy Entry™ User's Guide
ABC SECURITY
FRI
2: 5 1 A M
DOOR STRIKE
From the Status List, present your card to the reader. Once it is validated
by the system, the Door Strike relay activates. If you are entering an armed
area which you are assigned, accessing the area will automatically cause
it to be disarmed.
POWER
While the keypad is in the Status List, present
your access card.
ARMING AND DISARMING AN AREA SYSTEM
Press Command. The keypad displays ARM DISARM.
Press the Select key under either option. The keypad
displays ENTER CODE: -. Present your card to the reader.
Once it is validated by the system, all areas accessible by
you arm or disarm automatically.
ABC SECURITY
ARM
DISARM
POWER
The relay activates momentarily during which you must open the
door. Once you open the door, you have 30 seconds to exit and
close the door before the zone 2 Soft-Shunt expires.
ABC SECURITY
ENTER CODE: –
ABC SECURITY
ALL?
NO YES
POWER
POWER
Select NO to arm or disarm individual areas. Select YES, or simply wait, and the keypad will
automatically arm or disarm all areas for which you are authorized.
DISARMING WITH ENTRY DELAY
Once the protected door is opened and the entry delay starts, the
keypad displays ENTER CODE: -. Present your card to the reader
and, once it is validated, the system disarms all areas accessible by
you. Area systems provide a delay to allow selected areas only to be
disarmed. See Arming and Disarming above.
ABC SECURITY
ENTER CODE: POWER
POWER
Access door is
opened.
Using the access reader for user menu access
You can also use a card reader to access the User Menu when the
MENU? NO YES display is shown and a code is requested.
42
The system disarms the areas. Area systems allow a delay for
you to select only certain areas. See Arming and Disarming.
Appendix
Pager Direct™ User's Guide
Pager Direct uses the reporting capability of your security system to dial your pager number and send reports in much the same way as someone
sending you a pager message would do. You can receive reports of alarms, troubles, or armings and disarmings of the system and know at a
glance the status of your system.
Area Names
Area Names
List your system's area names and numbers below:
List your system's area names and numbers below:
Area
Area
Name
Area
Name
○
○
○
Area
Name
1 _______________________ 3 ______________________
1 _______________________ 3 ______________________
2 _______________________ 4 ______________________
2 _______________________ 4 ______________________
Service Department Phone: ______________________
Service Department Phone: ______________________
Emergency Phone: _____________________________
Emergency Phone: _____________________________
Fold
Central Station Phone: ____________________________
○
Name
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Central Station Phone: ____________________________
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Pager Direct™
Pager Direct™
SecurityCommandAlphanumericPaging
SecurityCommandNumericPaging
Cut along dotted lines
Cut along dotted lines
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
43
Appendix
Pager Direct™ User's Guide
Pager Direct uses the reporting capability of your security system to dial your pager number and send reports in much the same way as someone
sending you a pager message would do. You can receive reports of alarms, troubles, or armings and disarmings of the system and know at
a glance the status of your system.
Area Names
Area Names
List your system's area names and numbers below:
List your system's area names and numbers below:
Area
Area
Name
Area
Name
○
○
○
Area
Name
1 _______________________ 3 ______________________
1 _______________________ 3 ______________________
2 _______________________ 4 ______________________
2 _______________________ 4 ______________________
Service Department Phone: ______________________
Service Department Phone: ______________________
Emergency Phone: _____________________________
Emergency Phone: _____________________________
Central Station Phone: ____________________________
○
Name
○
○
○
Appendix
○
○
○
○
○
○
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○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Central Station Phone: ____________________________
Fold
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Pager Direct™
Pager Direct™
SecurityCommandAlphanumericPaging
SecurityCommandNumericPaging
Cut along dotted lines
Cut along dotted lines
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
43
Numeric Pager Display
00128–301 234
Account Number
Whenever the system sends a message to your pager, it will always send
the account number first to identify itself. After the account, you'll see:
Typical Zone Event Display Description
20002 001 NORTHWEST DOORS BURG *ALARM* SHIPPING
Account
Number
Message
ID
Always
Zero
Zone, Area, or
User Number
Account
Zone
ZoneName
ZoneType
Event
AreaName
ZoneTypes - BURG, FIRE, SUPV (Supervisory), PANC (Panic), EMRG (Emergency), AUX1, or AUX2
Events - ALARM or TROUBLE
Account Number
Typical Arming/Disarming Display Description
This number has been programmed into your Security Command system
as an identifier. Whenever the system sends a message to your pager, it
will always send the account number first to identify itself.
20002 ARMED 0016
01
EAST WAREHOUSE
Account
Area#
AreaName
Event
User#
Events - ARMED or DISARMED
Typical System Event Display Description
Message ID
20002 LATE TO CLOSE
This is always a single digit, 1 to 6, that describes the message sent.
Account
1 = Zone Alarm
2 = Zone Trouble
Events - LATETO CLOSE (The system has not been armed at its scheduled closing time)
ALARM CANCELLED (An alarm has been cancelled by an authorized user)
3 = Area(s) Arming
4 = Area(s) Disarming
6 = User Checkin
Event
Zone, Area, or User Number
If this message is for a zone, the 1 to 3 digit zone number is displayed.
If this message is for areas that are being armed or disarmed, the area
numbers are shown in sequential order. Example: 1 2 4.
SecurityCommandAlphanumericPaging
SecurityCommandNumericPaging
44
Appendix
Numeric Pager Display
00128–301 234
Account Number
Whenever the system sends a message to your pager, it will always send
the account number first to identify itself. After the account, you'll see:
Typical Zone Event Display Description
20002 001 NORTHWEST DOORS BURG *ALARM* SHIPPING
Account
Number
Message
ID
Always
Zero
Zone, Area, or
User Number
Account
Zone
ZoneName
ZoneType
Event
AreaName
ZoneTypes - BURG, FIRE, SUPV (Supervisory), PANC (Panic), EMRG (Emergency), AUX1, or AUX2
Events - ALARM or TROUBLE
Account Number
Typical Arming/Disarming Display Description
This number has been programmed into your Security Command system
as an identifier. Whenever the system sends a message to your pager, it
will always send the account number first to identify itself.
20002 ARMED 0016
01
EAST WAREHOUSE
Account
Area#
AreaName
Event
User#
Events - ARMED or DISARMED
Typical System Event Display Description
Message ID
20002 LATE TO CLOSE
This is always a single digit, 1 to 6, that describes the message sent.
Account
1 = Zone Alarm
2 = Zone Trouble
Events - LATETO CLOSE (The system has not been armed at its scheduled closing time)
ALARM CANCELLED (An alarm has been cancelled by an authorized user)
3 = Area(s) Arming
4 = Area(s) Disarming
6 = User Checkin
Event
Zone, Area, or User Number
If this message is for a zone, the 1 to 3 digit zone number is displayed.
If this message is for areas that are being armed or disarmed, the area
numbers are shown in sequential order. Example: 1 2 4.
SecurityCommandNumericPaging
44
SecurityCommandAlphanumericPaging
Appendix
FA113 User's Guide
These instructions guide you through the operation of your system using the FA113 Wireless Keychain Remote. The FA113 uses the audible
output capability of the Security Command keypad to sound confirmation tones. It is recommended that you use the FA113 within hearing
distance of these keypads.
Arming an Area System
1. Press the ON button once to arm the following areas:
1. ___________________
2. ___________________
3. ___________________
4. ___________________
The Security Command keypads emit a single beep to confirm the arming.
Disarming an Area System
1. Press the OFF button once to disarm the above areas. The keypads emit a single beep to confirm the disarming.
Using the ALERT Buttons
Pressing the two ALERT buttons simultaneously sends a Panic alarm to the panel. If your system is monitored by a central station, the proper
authorities will be notified of the alarm.
45
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FA113 User's Guide
These instructions guide you through the operation of your system using the FA113 Wireless Keychain Remote. The FA113 uses the audible
output capability of the Security Command keypad to sound confirmation tones. It is recommended that you use the FA113 within hearing
distance of these keypads.
Disarming a Home/Away or All/Perimeter System
1. Press the OFF button once. The Security Command keypads emit a single 2-second beep to confirm the disarming.
Arming an Area System
1. Press the ON button once to arm the following areas:
1. ___________________
2. ___________________
3. ___________________
4. ___________________
The Security Command keypads emit a single beep to confirm the arming.
Disarming an Area System
1. Press the OFF button once to disarm the above areas. The keypads emit a single beep to confirm the disarming.
Using the ALERT Buttons
Pressing the two ALERT buttons simultaneously sends a Panic alarm to the panel. If your system is monitored by a central station, the proper
authorities will be notified of the alarm.
Appendix
45
Index
Alarm display 3
Ambushcodes18
ArmedMessage6
Arming
Area mode 7, 42
using Easy Entry™ 42
with doors and windows open 6
Bypassing a zone 13
restoring a bypassed zone 13
zones that can't be bypassed 13
CLOSINGTIME! display 20
ONEMOMENT message6
Disarming 4
alarm display 8
clears alarm displays 5
Easy Entry™ keypads 42
ENTER CODE display 3, 8
keypad display 8
only selected areas 8
prewarn tone 8
reporting to central station 8
Door Strike operation 42
Easy Entry™ 42
Emergency procedures ii
Entry and Exit zones 5
Events held in memory
amount28
Extending a schedule 22
False Alarms 1
KeypadMessages3
BAD * 6
CLOSINGTIME!20
ONEMOMENT...6
LOCALALARMONLY6
Keypad operation 2
Keypadtones
during a trouble condition 4
entering while armed 4
Zone Monitor tone 4
Keyswitch operation
exit delay display 6
Monitoring zones 14
Outputs
names and numbers 12, 31
turning on and off 12
Pager reporting 43
quick reference card 43
Perimeter protection 4
Power (AC) LED 2
Priority zone
BAD * condition 6
Relay (output) control 12
Resetting a smoke detector 10
Security Command keypad 1, 2
Sending reports to a Central station 5, 8
Sending reports to your pager 43
Sensor Reset 10
before using 10
for wireless systems 10
Silent alarm 18
System Setup 30
System status 5
Testing the system 1
Turning the system off 8
Turning the system on 7
User Codes 16
Ambushcodes18
area restrictions 18
authority level 17, 19
deleting 19
Temporary codes 20
user number 17, 19
46
UserMenu1
accessing 9, 45
restrictions 16
Using Schedules 20
automatic arming 20
automatic disarming 20
Using the keypad 2
arrow key 2
commandkey2
top row keys 2
Viewing past events 25
arming and disarming 26
system troubles 27
user code changes 27
zone alarms and troubles 26
Wireless
KeychainRemote45
low battery displays 3
Zones5
24 hour zones 5
bypassed6
force armed 6
Zone Monitor 10
Appendix
Index
Ambushcodes18
ArmedMessage6
Arming
Area mode 7, 42
using Easy Entry™ 42
with doors and windows open 6
Bypassing a zone 13
restoring a bypassed zone 13
zones that can't be bypassed 13
CLOSINGTIME! display 20
ONEMOMENT message6
Disarming 4
alarm display 8
clears alarm displays 5
Easy Entry™ keypads 42
ENTER CODE display 3, 8
keypad display 8
only selected areas 8
prewarn tone 8
reporting to central station 8
Door Strike operation 42
Easy Entry™ 42
Emergency procedures ii
Entry and Exit zones 5
46
Events held in memory
amount28
Extending a schedule 22
False Alarms 1
KeypadMessages3
BAD * 6
CLOSINGTIME!20
ONEMOMENT...6
LOCALALARMONLY6
Keypad operation 2
Keypadtones
during a trouble condition 4
entering while armed 4
Zone Monitor tone 4
Keyswitch operation
exit delay display 6
Monitoring zones 14
Outputs
names and numbers 12, 31
turning on and off 12
Pager reporting 43
quick reference card 43
Perimeter protection 4
Power (AC) LED 2
Priority zone
BAD * condition 6
Relay (output) control 12
Resetting a smoke detector 10
Security Command keypad 1, 2
Sending reports to a Central station 5, 8
Sending reports to your pager 43
Sensor Reset 10
before using 10
for wireless systems 10
Silent alarm 18
System Setup 30
System status 5
Testing the system 1
Turning the system off 8
Turning the system on 7
User Codes 16
Ambushcodes18
area restrictions 18
authority level 17, 19
deleting 19
Temporary codes 20
user number 17, 19
UserMenu1
accessing 9, 45
restrictions 16
Using Schedules 20
automatic arming 20
automatic disarming 20
Using the keypad 2
arrow key 2
commandkey2
top row keys 2
Viewing past events 25
arming and disarming 26
system troubles 27
user code changes 27
zone alarms and troubles 26
Wireless
KeychainRemote45
low battery displays 3
Zones5
24 hour zones 5
bypassed6
force armed 6
Zone Monitor 10
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