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PREPARING AN ESCAPE PLAN
Even with the most advanced fire
alarm system, adequate protection
requires an escape plan. To pre-
pare your plan:
Draw floorplans of your building.
Show two exits - afront orback door
and a window from each room. (Make
sure the window works. You may
need a special fire escape ladder if
the window IS high up.) Write down
your outside meeting place.
Family Rehearsal
Rehearse each of the following
activities:
1) Everyone in their room with the
doors closed.
2) One person sound the alarm.
3) Each person tests his door.
4) Pretend the dooris hot and use
the alternate escape exit.
5) Everyone meet outdoors at the
assigned spot.
IMPORTANT! -
Discuss these escape procedures
with those who use the building.
1) In a residence, sleep with the
bedroom door closed. Aclosed door
will hold back deadly smoke while
you escape.
2) When the fire alarm signals, es-
cape quickly, Do not stop to pack.
3) Test the door. If it is hot, use
your alternate route through the
window. If the door is coal, brace
your shoulder against it and open it
Read Carefully
cautiously. Be ready to slam the door
if smoke or heat rush in. Crawi
through smoke, holding your breath.
Close the doors again on leaving to
help preventthe fire from spreading.
4) Go to your specific outdoor
meeting place so you can see that
everyone is safe.
5) ‘Assign someone to make sure
nobody returns to the burning build-
ing.
&) Calf the fire department from a
neighbor's telephone.
TEAR HERE
FIRE PROTECTION
The following information is
applicable only where local
ordinance permits use of your alarm
Control Center for fire detection.
Controlling Your
Fire Circuit
If your alarm specialist installed
smoke detectors or heat sensing
thermostats, you have 24 hour fire
protection. Your Control Center will
constantly monitor this zone for any
alarm or trouble condition.
Fire Alarm
An alarm on the lire zone will
cause the bottom red light to glow
steadily and the mini-sounder to
pulse constantly. Your fire alarm will
sound, overriding any other alarm.
Fire Zone Trouble
if there is trouble on your fire
circuit, the bottom red Fire/ Trouble
light will flash, and the mintsounder
will pulse constantly after a
10 second delay, To silence the
sounder, press Key 9. The light will
continue to flash to indicate the
trouble (you may use Key 7 to an-
nunciate when the trouble is re-
paired). After the trouble is repaired,
press Key 9 again to turn off the
light.
Resetting After An Alarm
The fire alarm may be reset by
arming, and then disarming; or (if so
programmed) by waiting for it to
automatically shut off. The mini-
sounder and the Fire/Trouble light will
stay on. Press Key 9 to silence the
mini-sounder. The red Fire/Trouble
light should go off in about 30 sec-
onds. If smoke has not cleared from a
smoke detector, or a thermostat has
not cooled, the red Fire/Trouble light
will remain on. Press Key 9 every 30
seconds until the condition has
cleared and the light goes off.
NOTE: if the mini-sounder is on due
to a fire or fire trouble condition, you
will not be able to arm the burglar
alarm untit you silence the mini-
sounder by holding down Key 9 until
the beep occurs.
Would You Like More
Safety information?
For information on home fire de-
tection, burn safety, and home fire
safety, contact the National Fire
Protection Association, Public
Affairs Dept.0 5A, Batterymarch
Plaza, Quincy, MA 02269.
COMMUNICATOR FEATURES
Abort Delay
Note which zones on your alarm
plan have abort delay. This is a pro-
grammable delay that enables you
to reset the system before a zone
condition report is sent to the central
station. Non-24 hour zone reports
are stopped by arming and then
disarming. 24 hour zones and those
with zone restoral however, must first
be repaired.
Opening and Closing
Reporting
An optional feature that permits
the central station to receive a
signal each time the system is
armed, disarmed or both {up to 4
individual users can be identified},
Testing the
Telephone Lines
To check your telephone connec-
tion with the central station hold
down Key 6. After the beep sounds,
a pulse tone will be heard from the
mini-sounder. If the phone ling is
good the sound will silence in a few
seconds. If not, a continuous tone
will sound. The mini-sounder can be
silenced by pressing Key 9.
Your alarm specialist may have
also programmed your system to
automaticaliy send a test signal to
the central station every 24 hours.
Central Station Ringback
The central station wil acknow|-
edge the fact that you have armed
your sysien by “ringiiy back” wilh
a short beep of the mini-sounder.
TEAR HERE
Your Alarm Specialist may have
programmed your security system
to be monitored by acentral station.
The built-in digital communicator
can transmit emergency signals to
the central station 24 hours a day.
USING
THE DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR
EMERGENCY SERVICES
{Police Medical Etc)
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EMERGENCY SERVICES
NOTIFIED UPON ALARM
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MAGNUM ALERT-850
DIGITAL COMMUNICATOR
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Arming With Selective
Zone Shunting
Your alarm specialist may have
opted for one or more zones that
can be selectively shunted
(removed) from the system. Since a
shunted zone cannot cause an
alarm, you may wish to use this
feature to turn off the interior
areas while arming, and keep
your perimeter zones { windows,
doors, etc.) active.
To arm, check the green light to
make sure no zone is in trouble.
Press the shunt button (labeled
“S”), and then the number of the
zone (1 through 8) you wish to
shunt. To verify which zones have
been shunied, hold down Key 2
until all zones have been displayed.
Your alarm specialist may also
have opted for interior zones to all
be “group shunt” zones Shunt
these zones simply by pressing the
“S” key twice. The yellow shunt light
will come on whenever you shunt
one or more zones. Enter your arm/
disarm code to arm your remaining
zones. The green light will go off,
and the red Armed/Alarm light will
come on. The yellow light will go
off when you disarm again indicat-
ing that the shunted zones are no
longer shunted. (Note: The shunt
light does NOT come on when zones
are auto-shunted.)
Arming With
Instant Protection
Pressing Key 4 (until you hear
a beep) will cance! the entry delay
on the exit/entry zones when arm-
ing. The red Armed/Alarm light will
flash rapidly to indicate this condi-
tion. if someone enters through an
exit/entry zone, an alarm will
sound immediately.
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~ WHILE YOU ARE ON PREMISES
Panic Zone
To activate the panic zone,
simultaneously press the two keys
marked * and # on the Digit-Key
keypad. The panic zone can be pro-
grammed to send a silent alarm to a
central station, activate an audible
alarm, or both.
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cally display selective or group
shunted zones.
You will not be able to arm your
system if: 1) a zone selected as a
priority zone is in trouble, 2} a day
zone numerical display indication is
still flashing or 3} if the top three
lights are flashing due to an AC
power failure.
If you attempt to arm, the mini-
sounder will come on steadily and
a zero will be displayed. Enter your
code again, and reset the digital
display memory or AC failure
indication by holding down Key 9,
(remember to test your system).
Zones sclected to be “ priority with
bypass” may be bypassed by using
reset Key 9 before arming. Be certain
to have all zones in trouble fixed
quickiy.
Disarming When
You Return
When you enter through the exit/
entry door, the mini-sounder will
come on steadily for the entire entry
period. #, upon entering, the red
ABMED/ALARM light is flashing,
leave the premises and call
authorities from a neighbor's
telephone. Disarm the panel quick-
ly, using your arm/disarm code. if
there has been an extended power
failure ali arm/disarm codes will be
erased. If your alarm specialist has
wired your system to come back in
an armed state, you may use your
pre-programmed “faliback” code
to disarm the sysiem.
If there has been an alarm on a
non-24 hour zone, the armed/alarm
light wilt be flashing and the zone
number will be displayed on the
numerical display, even after you
disarm. If you wish to reset the display,
hold down Key 9.
Once the system is disarmed, the
red armed/alarm light will go off,
and the green light will come on (or
flash if a zone is in trouble}. If you
enter the wrong code, you must wait
2 seconds before re-entering your
code.
If an alarm has occured on a 24
hour zone, there will be no indica-
tion. Remember, zones (1 through 8)
that are in trouble can be displayed
by holding down Key 3.
Ambush Code
If an intruder forces you to disarm
your system, enter your pre-
programmed one or two digit ambush
code BEFORE your arm/disarm
code, This activates your ambush
zone which will send a silent alarm to
a central station. {This is an optional
feature.)
Checking AC Power
If the top three lights of your key-
nad are blinking slowly, you have
lost AC power. Check to see if there
has been a general power outage,
or if the Control Center's trans-
former is disconnected. If you must
operate without AC power, hoid
down Key 9 until a beep sounds to
stop the lights from blinking. Next
test your system by holding down
Key 1. if the alarm doesnt sound, or
IS weak, replace battery. Always
check your system weekly.
Arming The System Before
You Leave
Test your system by using Key 1.
Check the green status light at the
Digit- Key keypad. If it glows
steadily, enter your code. The red
armed/ alarm light will come on and
the green light will go off. If your
system is programmed for “Audibie
Test on Arming”, the alarm will
sound for 2 seconds, a short while
after arming.
Leave immediately through the
exit/entry door before the delay time
PROTECTING YOUR PREMISES
WHILE YOU ARE AWAY
runs out. if you wait too long, the
mini-sounder will warn that the entry
delay has started. To avoid causing
an alarm, quickly return to the key-
pad and enter your code to reset the
control panel. You may then arm the
system again,
System Does Not Respond
to Personal Code
if after an extended power failure
your personal codes do not work,
you can temporarily use your pre-
programmed “Fallback” code to
operate the system. To restore per-
sonal codes, see page 7 “Selecting
Your Codes”
Arming With A Zone
in Trouble
A flashing green status light
indicates that at least one non-24
hour zone is in trouble. That is the
zone is in an open or shorted
condition. if a day zone is open, the
zone will also display numerically and
the mini-sounder will be pulsing.
Any zone (1 through 8) in a troubled
condition can be displayed numeri-
cally by holding down Key 3 until a
beep sounds. Try to fix the zone by
closing any open windows or doors.
If a day zone has been in trouble,
reset the day zone indication by
holding down Key 9 until a beep
sounds. The green light will then
glow steadily and the system is
ready to be armed.
In the case where a zone cannot
be fixed immediately, it still may be
possible to arm without the
protection of that zone. Check your
alarm plan. If auto-shunt has been
selected for the zone in trouble,
simply arm your system. A short
beep will be heard from the key-
pad's mini-sounder. This indicates
that a zone has been auto-shunted,
meaning it cannot now cause an
alar.
If the zone has been programmed
for selective shunt, pressing the “3”
key, and then the number of the
zone (1 through 8) will manually
shunt that zone. Group shunt zones
are a group of zones that can all be
manually shunted at ihe same
time simply by pressing the “S” key
twice. You may use Key 2 to numeri-
YOUR SECURITY QUE
The Digit-Key Keypad
All security system operations are
carried out at the keypad. Each key
has a special function of its own (see
“DIGIT-KEY KEYPAD CONTROLS”
page 5) plus the ability to arm and
disarm the system when they are
used in a pre-selected combination
(codes).
Personal [ Arm/ Disarm)
Codes
You can choose up to 4 four digit
codes which will allow you to arm
and disarm your system. Any of these
codes can easily be changed, thus
allowing temporary guests, baby-
sitters, employees, etc., access to
the premises. When no longer need-
ed, the codes can be changed or
removed from service.
Your security system can not be
disarmed by unauthorized persons,
It will respond only when a code of
your choosing is entered through
the keypad.
USING
Selecting Your Codes
After your alarm specialist installs
your system he will give you a
“Program Code” and show you how
to program your Personal Codes.
1. Press Key 6 (hold for two
seconds). This puts the system into
its Programming Mode.
2. Enter your Program Code into the
keypad. When the keypad accepts
your Program Code it will flash its top
three lights and pulse the mini-
sounder.
3. You may now program up to 4
Personal Codes:
A) Press Key “S”
B} Press the Personal Code
User's Number {1-4)
C) Enter a four digit Personal
Code
Examples:
¢ 5S +1 + Four digit First User's
Personal Code
eS +2 + Four digit Second
Users Personal Code
eS +3 +Fourdigit Third User's
Personal Code
eS +4 + Four digit Fourth
User's Personal Code
You do not have to use all four
Personal Code options. Use
as many as you need. Change
them as often as you feel
necessary.
Toeraseany code(s), repeatsteps
1, 2, 3A, and 3B. For example, to
erase User 3, enter S + 3.
4. To end the programming mode,
press key “S” twice.
For optimum security, do not
select obvious combinations, such
as Coriseculive numbers, your
street or telephone number, birth
date, etc., for your personal code.
- - UNDERSTANDING
YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM
Your Magnum Alert-850 Security System has three basic components:
1. Zones
The system contains 8 zones
which can be selected for burglary,
panic or auxiliary alarms. (Auxiliary
zones are not always used in each
system. Check with your alarm
professional.)
Each zone is an independent cir-
cuit that protects specific areas of
your home, For example, your alarm
specialist may have set aside azone
for window protection, exit/entry
delay, interior space protection, safe
and valuables protection or emer-
gencies. Each zone can be “pro-
grammed” to react in a specific
manner. Check and be certain that
you know what each zone protects.
2. The Digit-Key Keypad
Lets you program arm/disarm
codes, arm and disarm the system,
check the condition (status) of each
zone, temporarily bypass(shunt) in-
dividual {or a group of} zones, send
an ambush alarm, cancel entry delay,
test the alarm device, reset detection
devices, reset a priority with bypass
zone, reset à day zone condition and
test your phone line.
Four lights, a mini-sounder and a
numerical display on the Digit-Key
keypad monitor the system.
3. The Alarm Output
When any zone is activated, the
Control Center responds by sound-
ing an audible alarm and/or alerting
a central station (optional). Your
alarm specialist has programmed
your system to react in a specific
manner to each type of emergency.
For example, a sweep siren or
steady bell will indicate a burglary,
a steady siren or pulsing bell will
indicate a fire. Be sure you under-
stand how your system re-
sponds 10 These emergencies.
Keys
NOTICE. Keys 1-9 and 5 must be held down
for 2 seconds (until mini-sounder beeps} to per-
form their designated "Hoid-Down" {"key")
functions.
Key 1: TEST
Momentarily sounds the burglar alarm. |f
NG alarm is heard, or if it is weak, the battery
may need replacing. Use this test weekly. (To
perform this function the key musr de held
down until a beep is heard.)
Key 2: DISPLAY SHUNT
Numerically displays zones (1 to 8) that
have been shunted with the "S™ key. To per-
form this function the key must be held down
until a beep is heard. and then continued to
be heid down until ail zones are displayed.
Key 3: DISPLAY STATUS
Numerically disptays zones (1 to 8) that are
in “trouble”. To perform this function the key
must be held down until a beep is heard, and
then continued to be held down until alt
zones are displayed.
Key 4: INSTANT PROTECTION
Cancels entry delay period when arming.
The delay is restored after you disarm the
system. (To perform this function the key
must be held down until a beep is heard.)
Key 5: DOOR CHIME
This will initiate a feature that sounds a
chime in the keypad each time the entry door
on zone 1 is opened. This feature only works
when the alarm system is disarmed (off). Ta
eliminate the door chime feature press this
key again. (To perform both functions the key
must be held down until a beep is heard.)
Key 6: COMMUNICATOR CONFIDENCE
EST
(Only for systems programmed to com-
municate with a central station.) Pressing the
key tests your phone lines. The mini-sounder
will start to puise. If the line is good, the puls-
ing will stop; if not, a steady tone will occur.
(To perform this function the key must be
held down untit a beep is heard.) Reset the
mini-sounder with Key 9.
Key 7: FAULT FIND
Used by installers so that opening and
closing a zone (such as a window or door}
will cause the mini-sounder to sound for 2
seconds. This is helpful for testing zones and
finding “swingers” (the cause of intermittent
false atarms). Arming. or using Key 9 to reset,
will cancel Fault Find. {To perform this func-
tion the key must be held down until a beep
IS heard.)
Key 8: PROGRAM
Allows you to enter the programming
mode. Once in this mode you can program
up to 4 arm/disarm codes. Refer to “Select-
ing Your Codes” on page 7 for more informa-
tion. (To perform this function the key must
be held down until a beep is heard.)
Key 9: RESET
Resets any mini-sounder indication, AC
power loss indication, fault find, or may be
programmed to reset latched detection devi-
ces. After an alarm occurs and the system is
disarmed, a numercial digplay will still indi
cate which non-24 hour zones caused the
alarm. Use Key 9 to clear the display. (To
perform functions the key must be held down
untii a beep is heard}
Key S: SHUNT/ALARM HISTORY
SHUNT: momentarily press key to manu-
ally bypass (shunt-out) a zone or zones.
Refer to “Arming With Selective Zone Shunt-
Ing”, page 10 for more information.
ALARM HISTORY: This will flash the red
ARMED/ALARM light to indicate the last
alarm condition. The numerical display will
indicate the zones violated. This feature does
not reset; after the system Is rearmed, the
previous alarm history will remain in alarm
memory until automatically reset by a new
alarm condition. To perform this function the
key must be held down until a beep is heard,
and then continued to be held down until ali
information has been displayed.
Keys * and #: PANIC BUTTONS
Momentariiy pressing these keys will acti-
vate the panic zone. Refer to "Panic Zone”,
page 10 for more information.
Indicator Lights
NUMERICAL DISPLAY
e Flashes Digits thru B- indicates
which non-24 hour zones are in
an alarm condition, and which
day zones are in a trouble
condition.
e Flashes “0” - indicates a priority
condition (armed with a priority
zone in trouble, armed without
resetting a day zone, or armed
without AC power available to the
system).
ARMED/ALARM (Red)
e Steady- system is armed.
e Flashes- alarm on a non-24
hour zone.
e Flashes (fast) - entry delay
cancelled.
STATUS (Green)
e Steady- system disarmed, all
non-24 hour zones OK.
e Fiashes- trouble on any non-24
hour zone.
e Flashes (fast) - trouble on a day
Zone.
SHUNT { Yellow)
e Steady- one or more zones
manually shunted { bypassed).
AUX (Bottom Red): See pages 13
and 14 if labeled other than “AUX”
or “AUX ZONE”.
e Steady - zone in alarm condition
e Flashes - zone in trouble
condition.
Mini-Sounder
e Steady Tone: a priority condition
exists.
e Steady Tone (when entering):
entry delay in progress.
* Beep (1 second): “Door Chime”
feature on zone 1.
es Beep (2 seconds): the system is
armed with a zone in trouble.
e Pulsing: a day zone or auxiliary
_ Zone (if used) is in trouble.
(To stop Mini-Sounder “Trouble”
warnings, hold down Key 8 for 2
seconds.)
DIGIT-KEY KEYPAD CONTROLS
— Mini-Sounder —— Armed/Alarm
Numerical
Display — Status
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Abort Delay
A delay pericd that allows the system to be
reset before it reports to à central station.
Alarm Plan
Identifies the areas of your premises protected
by cach zona of protection and lists zone fea-
tures. (See page 15)
Ambush Code
A one or two digit code used before an arm/
disarm code that causes a silentreportto be sent
to a central station.
Arming/Disarming
Turning your system on or off. This can be
done by entering a code on the Diglt-Key
keypad.
Arm/Disarm {Personal| Codes
Up to 4 four-digit codes used to arm and dis-
arm the system from the keypad.
Battery
Standby batiery is placed in the Control Center
box to provide backup protection in the event
of a power loss.
Central Station
Monitors incoming burglary and emergency
messages from a Digital Communicator, and
alerts the proper authorities (optional feature).
Control Center
The heart of the Magnum Alert-850 security
system; it controts all system functions.
Digital Communicator
Reports burglary and emergencies directly to
the central station over telephone lines.
Digital Keypad
Napco's Digit-Key keypad puts Control Center
functions at your fingertips. It can be avwurnded
either at the Control Center or anywhere in
your premises.
Exit/Entry Delay
Lets you exit and enter your premises without
setting off an alarm after the system is armed.
Hold-Down Function
Digit keys have secondary functions that are
activated by holding down a digit until a beep
is heard.
Keypad Program Code
À 3-to-6-digit code used to enter or change
the arm/disarm codes at the keypad.
Mini-Sounder
Buzzer at each Napco Digit-Key keypad
warns that entry delay time has started. It also
sounds when you attempt to arm the system if
a particular zone is in “trouble” and also veri-
fies contact with a central station (optional).
Panic Buttons _
Two buttons [ + and H) on the Digit-Key keypad
that wilt alert the central station of an emergency
Report
A communication sent io a central station
indicating a specific change in condition of the
security system (alarm, trouble, low battery, etc.}
(optional).
Shunt Button
Labelled “S" on the Digit-Key keypad. Lets you
manualiy remove one or more protective
zones from the system
Zones
Independent circuits that protect specific areas
of your premises.
Auto Shunted Zone: A zone capable of
being automatically bypassed (shunted) out
of the protection system if it is in “trouble”
(faulty) when you attempt to arm the system.
Burglary Zones: Detect intrusion.
Day Zone; A zone programmed to cause
visual and audible (optional) indication at
the Digit-Key keypad when it is in “trouble”
during the disarmed period.
Exit/Entry Follower Zone: Provides exit
and entry delay for interior devices. Entry
delay only occurs if re-entry takes place
through the normai exit/entry door.
Group Shunt Zones: A group of zones pro-
grammed so they can be manually
bypassed (shunted) aii at once.
Priority Zones: When a zone selected for
the feature is in “trouble” it will be impossi-
ble to arm the Control Center.
Selective Shunted Zones: Zones that can
be individually bypassed (shunted) using
the Shunt Buttor:.
Trouble Zones: Zones that cannot be
armed because of an open window, door or
other problem in the area.
24 Hour Zones: Are armed and ready at ail
times to respond to an emergency situation.
You have taken a major step in
protecting your home or business
by having a Napco Magnum Alert-
850 Alarm Control Center installed.
Please read thie guide thoroughly
to familiarize yourself with your new
security system. Keep this booklet
handy for future reference. Note
especially the ALARM PLAN on
page 15. Your alarm specialist will
help you fill it out and explain the
various features and operating
procedures for your new Magnum
Alert-850,
CONGRATULATIONS
NOTICE
You'll probably find items
mentioned in this booklet which do
not apply to your system. DON'T
WORRY!
The Napco Magnum Alert- 850
has such a wide variety of features
that few, if any, security systems will
ever need them all. Your alarm
professional has chosen appro-
priate features for your situation.
Ask him about them.
Your Magnum Alert-850 is care-
fully designed and engineered to
the highest industry standards. To
provide optimum safety and security
with this equipment, we recommend
that the user become thoroughly
familiar with the unit and periodically
check its condition and slale of
readiness.
МАРСО LIMITED WARRANTY -
MAPCO SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. {NAPGOH warrants its products to be free from manutac-
turing defects in materials and workmanship for fifteen months following the date of
manufacture, NAPCO will, within said period, at its option, repair or replace any product
failing to operate correcily without charge to the griginal purchaser ur use,
This warranty shalt not apply to any equipment, or any part thereof, which has been repaired
by others, impropery installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged, subjected to
acts of God, or on which any sertal numbers have baan altered, defaced or removad, Seller
will rat be responsible for any dismantling or reinstallation charges.
in case of defect, contact the security professional who instalied and maintains your security
system. NAPCO shall have no obligation under this warranty, or otherwise, if the product has
been rapaired by others, improperly installed, improperly used, abused, altered, damaged,
subjected to accident, nuisance, flood, fire or acts of God, or on which any serial numbers
have been altered, defaced or removed. NAPCO will not be responsible for any dismantling,
ивавыен Ру ст reins lallation charges.
in order to exercise the warranty, the product must be returned by the user ar purchaser,
shipping costs prepaid and insured to MAPCO, After repair or replacement, NAPCO assumes
the cost of returning products under warranty.
There ate no warranties, express or implied, which extend bayond tho deseription en
the face hereof, Thera lz no express or implied warranty of merchantability or awarranty
ot fiiness for a particular purpose. Additfonally, his warranty ls In Heu of all other
obligations or Habilities on the part of NAPCO,
Any action for breach of warranty, including but not limited 30 any implied warranty of
merchantability, muet ba brought within the six months following the end of the warranty
period. in no case shall NAPCO be liable to anyone for any consequential or incidental
damages for breach of this or any other warranty, express or implied, even if the loss or
damage is caused by the seller's own negligence or fault,
This warranty contains the entire warranty. it Is the sole warranty and any prior
agreaments of reprecenisilons, wheather oral or written, are gither merged herein or are
expressly cancelled, NARCO neither assumaos, nor authorizes any other person purpart-
ing to act on its behaH to modify, to change, or to assume dor it, any other warranty or
liability concerning ita products.
In no event shall NAPCO be liable for an amount in excess of NAPCO's original selling price
of the product, for any loss or damage, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or
otherwise arising out of any failura of the product. Seller's warranty, as hereinabove set forth,
shall not be enlarged, diminished or affected by and no obligaton er labio shall arise of
grow out of Seller's rendering of technical advice or service in connection with Buyer's order
of the goods furnishad hereunder.
NAPCO RECOMMENDS THAT THE ENTIRE SYSTEM BE COMPLETELY TESTED WEEKLY.
Warning: Despite frequent testing, and due ta, but not tirnited te, any or ali of the following;
criminal tampertng, electrical or communications disruption, it is possible for the system to
fail to perform as expected. NAPCC does not represent that the product/system may not be
compromisac of circumvented, or that the product or system will prevent any personal injury
or property loss by burglary, robbery, fire or otherwise; nor that the product or system will in
ail casas provide adequate warning or protection. A properly Instailed and maintained alarm
may onty reguce nsk Ot purglany, robpoery, fre or ctnenwise Put ri not insurance or a
guarantee that these events will not occur. CONSEQUENTLY, SELLER SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR OTHER LOSS BASED
ON A CLAM THE PRODUCT FAILED TO GIVE WARNING. Therefore, the installer should in
turn advise the consumer {0 take any and afl precautions for his or her safety including, but
not limited to, fleeing the premises and caffing police or fire department, ir order to mitigate
the possibilities of harm and/or damage,
NAPCQ is not an insurer of either the property or safety of the user's family or employees,
and limits its liability for any loss or damage including incidental or consequentiat damages
to NAFCO's original selling price of the product regardless of the cause of such loss or
damage. Kf the user wishes ta protect liselfto a greater extent, NAPCO will, at usar's sole cost
and expense, obtain an insurance policy to protect the user, supplemental to user's own
pelicy, at a premium to be determined by NAPCO's insurer upon written notice from user by
Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, to NAPCO's home office address, and upon
payment of the annual premium cost by user.
Some states do not allow imitations on how long an implied Warranty lasts or do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or diffarantiate in their
treatment of limitations of liability for erdinary or gross negligence, so the above timitations
or exclusions may not apply to you, This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
- THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT IS REGUIRED BY ME FCC.
This equipment ganerates and uses radio-frequency energy and, if not installed and used
praperly, that 1s, in strict accordance with the manufacturers instructions, may cause
interference to radic and television reception. it has been type tested and found to comply
with the limite for a Clase-B computing device in accordance with the specificaticne in
Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which ars designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a residential installation.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
# this equipment does cause intarfarence to radio or televisión reception, which san be
determined by turmng the equipment Of and on, the user is ancouragad to try to correct
tha interference by one or more of the following measures: reorient the receiving antenna;
relocate the computer with respect to the receiver, move the computer away from the
receiver, plug the computer into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on
different branch clreuits.
M necessary, the user snowld consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television tech- :
nician for additional suggestions, The user may find the following booklet prepared by the :
Federa! Communications Commission helpful; "How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV :
Interference Problems." This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, *
Washington, DC 20402; Stock No, 004-000-00345-4.
Napco Security Systems, 333 Bayview Avenue, Amityville, NY 11701
0103 8/89
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