SG-DV1 660LCI SG-DV1 660FLC
SG-DV1660LC/
SG-DV1660FLC
Intrusion Alarm System
SG SECURITY
User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DViBBOLC (&FLC)
PAGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1
INSTALLATION INFORMATION 3
Entry codes (1 - 64) 3
Entry codes (65 - 128) 4
Zone Identification 5
Alarm Company information 5
A WORD ABOUT YOUR SYSTEM 6
Important note 6
User instructions 6
Basic system 6
Access Codes 7
KEYPAD INDICATOR LIGHTS AND DISPLAY 8
Armed LED "Red' 8
Bypass LED “Green” 8
Description of the display 8
KEYPAD EMERGENCY KEYS 9
Fire key 9
Emergency key 9
Panic key 9
KEYPAD SPECIAL KEYS 9
* key 9
‘# key 9
* a ‘# keys 9
HOW TO ARM AND DISARM THE SYSTEM 10
How to arm all the system 10
How to arm each group 11
How to disarm all the system 12
How to disarm each group 13
QUICK ARM 13
MEMORY GUARD (HISTORY) INDICATION 14
OTHER FEATURES 15
Buzzer 15
Trouble Indication 15
AC power failure, Low battery disconnect 15
Door chime 16
Arming/Disarming by Central 16
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DV1660LC (&FLC)
PAGE
HOW TO REPROGRAM YOUR SYSTEM 17
Summary of the 17 programming modes 17
OPTION PROGRAMMING - MODE DESCRIPTIONS — 18
Interaction between the keypad and control panel 18
Normal mode-armed/disarm mode 18
MODE 01: Zone bypassing (shunting) 18
KEYPAD CONTROLS AND DISPLAY DESCRIPTION — 20
MODE DESCRIPTIONS 22
MODE 02: Trouble display mode 22
MODE 03: Programming additional entry codes 23
MODE 04" Utility output #2 command 25
MODE 05: Utility outputs #1 to #7 command 26
MODE 06: Multiple functions, adjustments, and testing 27
MODE 07: Zone chiming select 31
MODE 08: Zone and Fire Alarms memory display 32
MODE 09: Trouble Alarms memory display 32
MODE 10: Keypad Panic Alarms memory display 32
MODE 11: Sending a user message 33
MODE 12: Last person Who armed/disarmed group A to group D ——= 34
MODE 17: Check for identical User codes 35
MODE 18: Programmable zone labels (optional module required) =—————— 36
MODE 19: Programmable group labels 37
MODE 24: View system clock 38
MODE 25: Walk test mode 38
MODE 99: Language Select 39
DISCONNECTION BY THE CENTRAL STATION 40
TESTING 40
MAINTENANCE 40
LIMITED WARRANTY 41
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
DV1660LC (RFLC)
ENTRY CODES (1 - 64)
Name Type Name Type
MASTER: 0 USER #33:
USER #2: USER #34:
USER #3: USER #35:
USER #4: USER #36:
USER #5: USER #37:
USER #6; USER #38:
USER #7: USER #39;
USER #8: USER #40:
USER #9: USER #41:
USER #10: USER #42:
USER #11: USER #43:
USER #12: USER #44:
USER #13: USER #45:
USER #14: USER #46:
USER #15: USER #47:
USER #16: USER #48:
USER #17: USER #49:
USER #18: USER #50:
USER #19: USER #51:
USER #20: USER #52:
USER #21: USER #53:
USER #22: USER #54:
USER #23: USER #55:
USER #24: USER #56:
USER #25: USER #57:
USER #26: USER #58:
USER #27: USER #59:
USER #28: USER #60:
USER #29: USER #61:
USER #30: USER #62:
USER #31: USER #63:
USER #32: USER #64:
TYPES OF CODES FOR USER ACCESS CODE
О Master Code 2 Arm only code
1 Arm/disarm & bypass code 3
Arm/disarm only code
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
ENTRY CODES (65 - 128) with Optional Module
USER #65:
Name Type
Auto Arming Schedule #1
USER #66: Auto Arming Schedule #2
USER #67:
Auto Arming Schedule #3
USER #68: Quick Arming
USER #69:
USER #70:
Key Switch Arming
Arming/Disarming by Central
USER 471: Future
USER 472:
USER #73:
USER #74:
USER #75:
USER #76:
USER #77:
USER #78:
USER #79:
USER #80:
USER #81:
USER #82:
USER #83:
USER #84:
USER #85:
USER #86:
USER #87:
USER #88:
USER #89:
USER #90:
USER #91:
USER #92:
USER #93:
USER #94:
USER #95:
USER #96:
TYPES OF CODES FOR USER ACCESS CODE
Future
0 = Master Code
1 = Arm/disarm & bypass code
4
USER #97:
Name
DV1660LC (8FLC)
Type
USER #98:
USER #99:
USER #100:
USER #101:
USER #102:
USER #108:
USER 4104:
USER #105:
USER #106:
USER #107:
USER #108:
USER #109:
USER #110:
USER #111:
USER #112:
USER #113:
USER #114;
USER #115:
USER #116:
USER #117:
USER #118:
USER #119:
USER #120:
USER #121:
USER #122:
USER #123:
USER #124:
USER #125:
USER #126:
USER #127:
USER #128:
2
3
N
Arm only code
Arm/disarm only code
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
ZONE IDENTIFICATION:
Zone #1:
Zone #2:
Zone #3:
Zone #4:
Zone #5:
Zone #6:
Zone #7:
Zone #8:
FIRE:
S1 (ALM):
IF EQUIPPED WITH ZONE EXPANSION MODULE(S):
Zone #17:
Zone +18:
Zone #19:
Zone #20:
Zone #21:
Zone #22:
Zone #23:
Zone #24:
Zone #25:
Zone #26:
Zone #27:
Zone #28:
Zone #29:
Zone #30:
Zone #31:
Zone #32:
Zone #33:
Zone #34;
Zone #35:
Zone #36:
Zone #37:
Zone #38:
Zone #39:
Zone #40:
Zone #9 :
DV1680LC (&FLC)
Zone #10:
Zone #11:
Zone #12:
Zone #13:
Zone #14:
Zone #15:
Zone #16:
AUX ALARM:
S2 (TRB):
Zone #41:
Zone #42:
Zone #43:
Zone #44:
Zone #45:
Zone #46:
Zone #47:
Zone #48:
Zone #49;
Zone #50:
Zone #51:
Zone #52:
Zone #53:
Zone #54:
Zone #55:
Zone #56:
Zone #57:
Zone #58:
Zone #59:
Zone #60:
Zone #61:
Zone #62:
Zone #63:
Zone #64:
ALARM COMPANY INFORMATION
Company Name:
Contact:
Tel:
Code in case of false alarm:
A WORD ABOUT YOUR SYSTEM
DV1660LC (8FLC)
Your DV1660LC Security System has been designed to give you the greatest possible
flexibility and convenience. Read this manual carefully and become familiar with the
operation of your Security System. This manual is designed to assist you, the end user,
in programming and operating the DV1660LC control system. As you will discover, the
sophistication of this system lies not only in the number of functions the unit is capable
of performing, but in its ease of operation. Your installer will tell you which commands
listed in this manual apply to your system. Fill out the INSTALLATION INFORMATION
sheet in this manual and store it in a safe place for future reference. The label provided
for the instructions slide keypad can be used to record which sensors are on each zone.
IMPORTANT NOTES
Remember that no security system can prevent emergencies. It is only intended to alert
you in case of an emergency and should not take the place of prudent security practices,
or life and property insurance.
it is important to test your system every week. To do this, first inform the monitoring
station that you are testing your system. Then, with the system disarmed, activate all
detection sensors one at a time and observe the display at the Keypad as each sensor
is activated. Perform a Bell test by entering [*], [06], [INSTALLER or MASTER CODE],
[06] with the system disarmed.
Don't forget to inform the monitoring station when you have finished your test.
Check to see if a trouble message is displayed when Arming the system. See the
“Trouble Display” section in this manual for a description of the different trouble conditions.
Contact your installer for assistance if the Trouble cannot be located and corrected. IF
YOU ARM THE SYSTEM WITH A ZONE BYPASSED OR WITH A TROUBLE PRESENT,
YOUR SECURITY PROTECTION IS REDUCED.
BASIC SYSTEM
The basic systems consists of two items:
a) the control panel
b) the keypad
The control panel is the heart of your system. It is the box that your alarm company has
installed somewhere out of sight. To this box are connected all the contacts and/or
motion detectors necessary to protect your premises. Also connected to the control box
are one or more keypads.
The keypad is the link between you and the control box. From the keypad, all the
operating and programming characteristics are entered (i.e. Arming/disarming, bypassing
zones, changing entry codes, etc.). The keypad interacts with you, the user, via a
display that generates plain language messages. This way, one only has to become
familiar with the use of the keys and the display messages to operate the system. The
keypad will guide you through all aspects of system operation.
ACCESS CODES
There are 64 access (user) codes* plus 1 Installers code which are broken down as
follows:
1 Master Code
63 Programmable user codes
With an Option Module there are 128 access (user) codes, which are broken down
as follows:
1 Master Code
119 Programmable user codes
8 $ÑSpecial Codes
The Master Code is used to arm and disarm the security system, to program additional
security codes and to change other features.
For more complex systems where zones are “split” into separately controlled areas of
the building, each code can be assigned to one of four groups.
There is one dedicated Master Entry Code (code #1). The Master Code #1 is factory
set at "1-2-3-4". All other codes can be programmed as:
m Master Code (other than code #1)
mM Arm/Disarm and Bypass Code
E Arm Only
uw Arm/Disarm Only
Only a valid Master Code can change the entry codes (mode 03) (not even an Installer's
Code can)!
The Arm/Disarm and Bypass Code can only bypass a zone (mode #01) and arm/
disarm the panel. (It could also be used in mode 11, to send a message, such as “late
to close 15 minutes”, to the central station).
NOTE: Check with the Installer if you want Mode 11 to be accessed by a user with an
"arm/disarm and bypass code".
The Arm Only Code can only arm the panel.
The Arm/Disarm Only Code can only arm and disarm the panel.
= The modes 02, 07, 08, 09, 10, 12, 24, and 99 can be accessed without entering
a code.
KEYPAD INDICATOR LIGHTS AND DISPLAY
DV1660LC (&FLC}
ARMED LED "RED"
m When lit, indicates that the system is armed
в When OFF, panel is disarmed
M When flashing, indicates that the system is split armed (one or more groups armed)
BYPASS LED "GREEN"
E When lit, indicates that one (or more) of 64 possible zones are bypassed
E When flashing, indicates that you are in mode 01, or bypass mode.
DESCRIPTION OF THE DISPLAY
The display will continuously give messages so that you, the user, will always be
prompted as to what to do next.
| READY
SYSTEM
To ARM
KEYPAD PANIC BUTTONS
DV1660LC (&FLC)
FIRE KEY (F)
H Press and hold for 2 seconds to send FIRE ALARM. It sounds (if desired) a fire
alarm locally and sends to the central station, if programmed to do so.
EMERGENCY KEY (A)
@ Press and hold for 2 seconds to send an EMERGENCY ALARM to the central
station, if programmed to do so.
- PANIC KEY (P)
m Press and hold for 2 seconds to request POLICE help. it sends a PANIC ALARM
to the central station, if programmed to do so.
KEYPAD SPECIAL KEYS
‘* KEY
m Pressed to enter Program mode.
Ш Pressed to skip information within a Program mode.
‘4’ KEY
ME Pressed to clear Keypad.
№ Pressed to exit any Program Mode.
+” & ‘4° KEYS
mu Pressed simultaneously to skip to a new program mode when in any other mode.
> When in Normal Mode, and there are zones open, press [*&#] simultaneously to view
the Zone Labels of the open zones. Press [*] to view additional zone labels until the
message to press [+] is displayed. (ONLY AVAILABLE WITH AN OPTIONAL MODULE)
HOW TO ARM AND DISARM THE SYSTEM |
HOW TO ARM ALL THE SYSTEM
NOTE: This section applies if your system has only one group assigned to it. If not, refer
to HOW TO ARM EACH GROUP below.
[1] Check display to verify if all windows and doors are closed. If so, the display should
read...
READY TO ARM
SYSTEM
[2] To arm system, simply enter your code, always listening for the beep after every key
you enter. If no beep is heard within 2 seconds, press the key again. At this point:
a) The red "ARMED" light should light up,
b) The buzzer should beep.
c) The display should read...
ALL SYSTEM ARMED EXIT DELAY
PLEASE LERVE
[3] Please leave the premises within the programmed exit time.
[4] Close Confirmation
If close confirmation is selected the display should read...
tk RIT ww
FOR GE TO LERVE
Before the following message is displayed:
EXIT DELAY
FLEASE LERVE
You are sure then the central station received the close report before you leave
when the display gives the “EXIT DELAY PLEASE LEAVE”.
DV1660LC [&FLC)
HOW TO ARM EACH GROUP
[1] Check display to verify if all windows and doors are closed. if so, the display should
[2
read...
READY TO ARM
SYSTEM
Or, if 1 or more groups were already armed (i.e:Gr. A only), the display will read:
SPLIT ARMED:
GROUF A
NOTE: The unit will also at this time display at intervals of 2 seconds, the remaining
groups which are ready to be armed as well as open zones if any.
Simply enter your code, always listening for a tone after every key entered. if no
tone is heard within 2 seconds, press the key again. If, for example, no groups were
armed and your code was assigned to groups A and B; the unit will then display the
following messages at intervals of 2 seconds and will wait for a maximum of 30
seconds for a keypad input:
«1x TO AEM чл
GROUF A
TO ARM
GROVE E
<> TC ARM PRESA <> TO
ALL de GROUFS EMD SELECTION
[3]
At this moment:
E To arm A and B: press [1] then [2] or press [5]
m To arm A only: press [1] then [+]
и To arm B only: press [2] then [+]
M To cancel arming: press [*]
From this example, if GROUP B cannot be armed because of an open zone (arming
inhibit), the display will read...
CAN HOT REM
GROUP: В
and then display the following at 2 second intervals:
Us TO FARM PRESS «> TO
GROUP A ER SELECTION
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Dviesol C (&FLC)
[4] From the previous example, if GROUP B was already armed the display will otherwise
read...
ex TO DISARM
SROUF E
and then ask if you wish to arm GROUP A (as step 3).
PRESS +> TO
END SELECTION
[5] If your code is assigned to one group only (B for example), the system will directly
be armed and at this point:
m The red “ARMED” light should light up,
M The buzzer should beep.
E The display should read...
EFLIT ARMED:
GROUF EB
EXIT DELAY
PLEASE LEAVE
[6] Please leave the premise within the programmed exit time.
[7] If close confirmation is selected, refer to step 4 of HOW TO ARM ALL THE SYSTEM.
NOTE: The red “ARMED” light will flash until all groups have been armed, at which
time it will be on steady.
HOW TO DISARM ALL THE SYSTEM
NOTE: This section applies if your system has only one group assigned to it. If not, refer
to HOW TO DISARM EACH GROUP below.
[1] Enter your premise through the delay door (usually front door). The entry pre-alarm
buzzer should be sounding and the display should read...
ALL SYSTEM ARMED
ENTER VALIG CODE
[2] Simply enter your entry code. At this point the following message should be displayed
for approximately two seconds:
## WELCOME ++
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SYSTEM
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DV1660LC {&FLC)
[3] If all zones are secure, after that message, the display should read...
READY TO ARM
SYSTEM
or if one or more zones were left open or were in alarm before disarming, you have
to select mode 08 to return to the “Ready to Arm” message.
ALARM IH MEM
FRESS eE
or if one, two or three groups are still armed, you can go into programming mode
if at least one group is disarmed.
HOW TO DISARM EACH GROUP
[1] Enter your premise through the delay door. The entry pre-alarm buzzer should be
sounding and the display may, for example, show the following:
SPLIT ARMED:
GROUP eas A
NOTE: The display will also list at this point (at 2 second intervals) all groups that
may have been armed as well as "ALL MEMORY EVENTS" if the case.
[2] Simply enter your code, always listening for the tone after every key entered .If your
code is assigned to only 1 of the groups presently armed, the unit will directly
disarm this group assigned to you. If more groups are assigned to your code, the
unit will then give you the choice of individually disarming each group. Please refer
to the "HOW TO ARM EACH GROUP" section on p. 11 for more details and displays
shown.
QUICK ARM
[*]+[06]+[MASTER CODE OR INSTALLER CODE]+[04]
The Quick Arm feature is activated by selecting function [04] in Mode [06]. When this
feature is activated, the panel can be armed by pressing [7] and [8] simultaneously. This
allows the panel to be armed without a valid user code.
m Press keys [7] and [8] simultaneously for Quick Arm.
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MEMORY GUARD (HISTORY) INDICATION
DV1660LC [&FLC)
The system is designed to remember alarms that occurred while the system was armed.
This feature is used when the system (or at least one group) is disarmed.. If this option
is selected, the display will read...
ALARM IM MEMORY
PRESS + BE
In this mode, the numbers displayed repesent the zone numbers where an alarm occured.
Go in mode 08 by pressing [*] [0] [8]
ALARM IM MEMORY
If there are many zones in alarm, you should see [*] [->] on the display. Press the [+]
key to know which other zones are in memory until the display reads...
ALARM IH MEMORY
HO MORE. EXIT À
Press the [#] key to return to the normal mode.
NOTE: If a silent zone has an alarm in memory, the unit will not advise the customer
for security reasons. Or, if the alarm in memory is not a zone alarm, but instead
a trouble condition or remote alarm (alarm from the keypad, such as “panic”) the
display will read...
TROUBLE IH MEM OR KEYPAD ALARM:
PRESS +B9 PRESS +16
To see what the trouble or KEYPAD alarm was, go in mode 09 or mode 10 as described
on page 31.
NOTE: After you have noted the alarm(s) or trouble(s) in memory, you may clear (reset)
the memory by arming and disarming the panel, or this will happen automatically
with regular use of the system.
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OTHER FEATURES DV1660LC (&FLC)
BUZZER
A beep will be heard from the keypad to confirm that the key entry has been accepted
by the main control unit. Wait for this beep before pressing the next key. If no beep is
heard within 2 seconds of pressing a key, try pressing it again.
TROUBLE INDICATION
If a trouble occurs, the display should read...
TROUBLE IN MEM OR IH TROUBLE HOW
PRESS + Ma FRESE + 82
To verify what the trouble is, enter trouble mode (mode #09 or #02, press [#], then the
2 digit code [09] or [02]).
AC POWER FAILURE, LOW BATTERY DISCONNECT
In the event of AC power failure, the backlighting for the keypad and display will pulse
on briefly once every 4 seconds, instead of being lit continuously, (standard program).
When a key is pressed the backlighting will stay on for 2 minutes. The
“Armed” LED will also pulse. This is done to indicate the power failure condition in
order to save battery power.
When AC power is lost for an extended period of time (a day or so), on most systems,
the battery will get fully discharged or deep discharged. The DV1660LC however will
disconnect the battery before this happens, eliminating further harmful discharge.
When AC power is restored, the panel will automatically reconnect the battery to the
charging circuit.
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OTHER FEATURES
DViSBOLC (BFLC)
DOOR CHIME FEATURE (mode 07)
The Door Chime feature is used, while the panel is Disarmed, to provide a tone from
the keypad each time a door or window is opened or closed. The doors and windows
that will provide this indication are usually programmed by your installer. You can program
this feature yourself in mode 07. The Door Chime feature works the same way when split
arming is used.
ARMING/DISARMING BY CENTRAL
This feature allows your alarm company to arm or disarm the system from their central
station, if enabled by the installer. This feature is very handy if you forget to are the
system when you leave and you don't want to go back to the office.
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HOW TO REPROGRAM YOUR SYSTEM
DV1660LC (&FLC)
There are 17 programming modes that a user can access.
Press [*] followed by 2 digit mode number. See below:
MODE 01:
MODE 02:
MODE 03:
MODE 04:
MODE 05:
MODE 06:
MODE 07:
MODE 08:
MODE 09:
MODE 10:
MODE 11:
MODE 12:
MODE 17:
MODE 18:
MODE 19:
MODE 24:
MODE 99:
For bypassing zones; may need a Master Code or an armidisarm with
bypass code (if programmed so).
Shows status of troubles now.
For changing entry codes; needs a valid Master Code.
Utility Output #2 command. To activate an external device.
(If programmed so)
Utility Output #1 to 7 command. To activate an external device.
(If programmed s0)
Multipte functions, adjustments, and testing
For chiming zones; causes keypad to beep each time a zone is opened
or closed.
Zone and Fire Alarms memory display
Trouble Alarms memory display
Keypad Panic Alarms memory display
Sending a user message
Last person Who armed/disarmed group A to group D
Check for identical User codes
Programmable zone labels (optional module required)
Programmable group labels
View system clock
Language Select
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OPTIONS PROGRAMMING - MODE DESCRIPTIONS
INTERACTION BETWEEN THE KEYPAD AND CONTROL PANEL
It is important that the user wait for the beep sound after every entry on the keypad.
This beep confirms to the user that the main control has accepted the entry. If no beep
is heard within 2 seconds, press the key again.
NOTE 1: Before going into a mode, check the mode description section, pages 18 to
38 where detailed explanations of all the modes can be found.
NOTE 2: The procedures are based on the assumption that the user was initially in the
normal armed/disarmed mode.
NOTE 3: When you enter a valid code, the display should read:
ENTER VALID CODE
at the same time you press a key, a star will appear to indicate that the system
registered the key just pressed.
NORMAL MODE - ARMED/DISARMED MODE
This is the normal mode that the user will be in when operating the control system, this
is not a programming mode as such.
To arm or disarm the system, enter your 4 digit code. Depending on the system set up
and your code type, you may only be able to arm or disarm certain zones, or you may
be able to arm only. The keypad will beep several times to confirm that the entered code
is valid.
MODE 01 - ZONE BYPASSING (SHUNTING)
Press [+]+[01]
Use zone bypassing when access is needed to part of the protected area while the
system is armed. Bypassed zones Will not cause an alarm. Zones that are temporarily
out of service due to damaged wiring or contacts may be bypassed to allow system
arming (partial protection) until repairs can be made.
TO BYPASS A ZONE, start with the system in the disarmed state.
. Press the [*] key.
2. The display should read...
ENTER HUMBER OF
MEW MODE ce!
3. Enter the 2 digit number [0] [1].
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 1)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
4. Enter valid Master Code, or arm/disarm with bypassing code (if the code for
bypass option is selected). The display should read...
ENTER MALTE CODE
Bypass LED flashing.
At this point display will show the already bypassed zones.
EYFASSEDR ¿ONES
Bl 82 93 +=
If there were no bypassed zones.
EYPASSER ZOMES:
HOHE
Mm To bypass a zone, enter the desired 2 digit zone number.
To unbypass an already bypassed zone, enter desired two digit zone number.
№ Entering [00] will unbypass all zones. Entering [99] restores the last bypassed
zones selection.
For example, if zones 05, 17, 35, 41 were already bypassed and you wish to bypass
zone 25; simply enter [25] on the keypad. The display will show the bypassed
zone starting from your last entry. In this case it was the zone 25.
EVPASSED ZONES
M Press the [*] key to see other bypassed zones.
7. Press the [+] key to go back to arm/disarm mode.
BYPASS WITH MORE THAN ONE GROUP (SPLIT ARMING)
If you enter in mode 01 “BYPASSING” with a code assigned to one group only, you can
only bypass a zone which is assigned to this group. For example:
Zone assigned for
group A = 01, 02, 03, 04
group B = 05, 06, 07, 08
group C = 09, 10, 11, 12
group D = 13, 14, 15, 16
(Continued on page 22)
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TESTING PROCEDURE.
Bypass light will come on when a zone is bypassed.
To bypass a zone, press [%] [01] [Master Code] and then the zone numbers for
the zones you wish to bypass.
Press [+] to return to the Ready mode.
Armed light will come ON to indicate that the system is armed.
Press [*]:
- to enter a programming mode
- when an error is made in entering a code or other information
- to advance to the next step or message whil in a programming mode
Press [H]:
- when an error is made in entering a code, then enter code again
- to return to the Ready mode after using [*] commands
[F] Fire Key: Press for 2 seconds to actiate Fire transmission.
[A] Emergency Key: Press for 2 seconds to actiate Auxiliary transmission.
[P] Panic Key: Press for 2 seconds to actiate Panic transmission.
Note: These buttons will not function unless they are enabled by your installer.
IMPORTANT:
Test system weekly and have system trouble conditions corrected by your
installer.
MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 1 & 2)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
Code assigned for
group A: 1234
group A & B: 5678
When you enter with the code 1234 you can only bypass the zones 01, 02, 03 or 04
because you used a code which was assigned to the group “ A”.
When you enter with code 5678 you can only bypass the zones 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06,
07 or 08 because you used a code which was assigned to the group “A & B".
MODE 02 - TROUBLE DISPLAY MODE
Press [*]+[02]
The control panel continuously monitors a number of possible trouble conditions. If one
of these conditions occurs, the keypad sounder will beep.
1. Press the [*] key.
2. The display should read...
ENTER HUMBER DF
MEW ANDE... :
3. Enter the 2 digit number [0] [2].
4. At this point display should read...
IH TROUBLE HOW LHF IM TROUBLE HOW
HOME. EXIT: # F foaaeexa » ERIT: +
CHART OF TROUBLES
AUX. ALM Auxiliary Alarm (or indicates that the printer is ready when the
printer is used).
S1 ALARM Supervisory Alarm
S1 TRBL Supervisory Trouble
AC FAIL A.C. Power Failure
BELL CUT Bell Cut / Blown Fuse
LOW BAT Low or Missing Battery
FIRE TBL Fire Trouble
DVAC CUT DVACS Line Cut or Missing
TEL. CUT Digital line cut or Missing
5. Press the [#] to go back to arm/disarm mode. Contact your alarm company for
service if the trouble cannot be found.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 3)
DV1650LC (&FLC}
MODE 03 - PROGRAMMING ADDITIONAL ENTRY CODES MODE
Press [*]+[03]+[MASTER CODE]
NOTE: For security reasons, you cannot change or enter a new user code unless it is
assigned to the same group as the Master Code you use to enter in mode 03.
For Example: If your Master Code was assigned to group A, you can only change or
enter a new user code which was assigned to the group A. But, you can't change or
enter a new user code which was assigned to the groups A and B.
If your Master Code was assigned to groups A and B you can only change or enter a
new user code which was assigned only to group A, or only to the group B, or to both
groups A and B.
1. Press the [*] key.
2, The display should read...
ENTER HUMEER OF
HER MODE
Enter the 2 digit number [0] [3].
The display should read...
ЕНТЕР VALIC CODE
Enter valid Master Code.
The display should read..
EMTER USER # TO
CHANGE. nuexna
At this point you need to enter the user number to change (enter a 2 digit number
between 01 and 64). With Optional Module (enter a 3 digit number between 001 to
128 except between 065 to 072).
7. The display should then read...
HEL CORE FOR
USER. HH.
Enter the new code for the user that you chose in 6 (enter a 4 digit code). If you
do not wish to reprogram a new code, you may enter [0][0]{0][0] to erase a code .
You may also press the [*] key to leave the user code # as it was, and go to step
8.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODES 3, 4, & 5)
8.
DV1660LC (&FLC)
The display should next read...
ENT TYPE OF CORE
FOR SER... #
Enter the new type of code for the user that you chose in 6
(enter a 1 digit code).
Refer to the following table to know which key to press for the desired code type:
KEY TYPE OF CODE
0 master
1 arm/disarm and bypass
2 arm only
3 arm/disarm only
H press the [+] key to leave the code type as it was, and go to step 10.
If the installer select the option "master can assign groups to user codes", /F not
selected go directly to step 10 .The user may selected or deselect by pressing
accordingly 12 34 (= A B C D ) for each presented group. The display will toggle
if a permitted group is (de)selected or else a “BAD" beep is heard if a non-authorized
group is selected. The display should next read...
ERC...
AB CD
10.
11.
(Only Master's assigned groups are displayed)
At the end of the selecting process, "*" key should be pressed to save the selection
and go to step 10.
Same procedure as steps #6, 7, 8, 9, 10 repeated until all user codes (1 to 64) have
been programmed.
Press [#] key to go back to arm/disarm mode.
MODES 04 AND 05: UTILITY OUTPUT MODES
Mode #04: Switched auxiliary supply control for utility output #2.
Mode #05: Activation command for utility outputs #1 to #7.
If selected (programmed) by your instalier, programmable utility outputs may be used
for special purposes such as: opening/closing a garage door, electrical door locks
etc...
Depending on installation requirements, utility outputs may be activated without an
access code or, by directly pressing keys [4] and [5] simultaneously on the keypad.
It is also possible to activate these outputs from entry of any valid user access
codes.
It is important to note that at least one group must be disarmed in order to use this
function.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 4)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
Mode #04: UTILITY OUTPUT #2 COMMAND
Press [+*]+[04]+[VALID CODE]
1) Press the [*] key
2) The keypad display will show the following:
ENTER HUMBER OF
НЕМ MODE 20.023
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Enter the appropriate 2 digits of desired mode ([0][4] for switched auxiliary supply
control for utility output #2).
4) After doing so, the display will show the following:
ENTER (IF KEYS [4] & [5] ARE CHOSEN FOR ACTIVATION)
SPECIAL COMMAND
or
ENTER NALIC CODE (IF VALID CODE IS CHOSEN FOR ACTIVATION)
If neither a valid code or pressing keys [4] and [5] is required, utility output #2 will
directly be activated after entering into mode #4. The keypad display will then show
the following:
UTILITY OUTPUT THEN, ERIT:#
ACTIVATED
NOTE: UTILITY OUTPUT #2 WILL REMAIN ACTIVATED UNTIL THE [#] KEY IS PRESSED
OR WAIT 2 MINUTE (WITHOUT PRESSING KEY) TO RETURN TO NORMAL
(ARM/DISARM) MODE. |
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 5)
DV1660LC (RFLC)
MODE #05: UTILITY OUTPUTS #1 TO #7 COMMAND
Press [+]+[05]+[VALID CODE]
1) Press the [*] key.
2) The keypad display will display the foilowing:
ENTER HUMBER OF
HELL MODE, canne ;
3) Enter the desired mode([0][5] for activation of utility outputs #1 to #7).
At this point, the keypad display will show the following:
EMTER FUNCTION
HUMBER aoe. s
4) Enter the desired utility output # (between 1 and 7)
5) After doing so, the display will show the following:
ENTER (IF KEYS [4] & [5] ARE CHOSEN FOR ACTIVATION)
SPECIAL COMMEHD
or
ENTER WALID CODE (IF A VALID CODE IS CHOSEN FOR ACTIVATION)
If neither a valid code or pressing keys [4] and [5] is required, the chosen utility
output will directly be activated after entry of the utility output # (step 4). The keypad
display will then show the following:
gi
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pata lief Е gti rfl
TT SE teen ref
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SEBONDS; AND- THE-SYSTEM: WILL a AFTERWARDS. SUMÓ MATICALLY RET
TO THE NORMAL (ARM/DISARM) MODE:
TEA рен
MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 6)
DV1650LC (RFLC)
MODE 06: MULTIPLE FUNCTION
Press [*]+[06]+[MASTER OR INSTALLER CODE]+[FUNCTION #]
This mode is used to set the system clock/calendar, to program auto arm times for 3
separate schedules, to test the system, and to select quick arming feature.
1. Follow the same procedures described in the earlier modes.
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06)}+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[+]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+{06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
[*]+[06|+[MASTER
[*]+[06]+[MASTER
NOTE:
CODE]J+[00]
CODEJ+[01]
CODE]+[02]
CODE]+{03]
CODE]+[04]
CODE]+{05]
CODE]+[06]
CODE]+[07]
CODE]+{08]
CODE]+[09]
CODEJ+[10]
CODEJ+[11]
CODE]+[12]
CODE]+{13]
CODE]+[14]
CODE]+[15]
CODEJ+[16]
CODEJ+[17]
CODE]+[18]
Future use
Setting the hour/min of clock
Setting the date (DD/MM)
Setting day of the week
Quick arm select
Future use
Activate Bell for 3 sec.
Activate programmable output for 3 sec.
Activate buzzer for 3 sec.
Keypad display speed select
Auto arm time of day for schedule #1
Future use
Auto arm time of day for schedule #2
Future use
Auto arm time of day for schedule #3
Future use
Day assignment for schedule #1
Day assignment for schedule #2
Day assignment for schedule #3
1) Hours must be programmed as “military standards” (i.e: 00:00 to 23:59) for all clock
entries including Auto-Arm times for schedules #1 to #3.
2) Time and date need only be updated after a complete power loss.
3) Digits 1 to 7 are used for day of the week and day assignments for schedules #1
to #3 entries where 1=Sunday, 2= Monday, 3= Tuesday etc...
4) Accessing the quick arm select option will toggle the quick arm enable/disable
status.
5) Be sure than user codes #65, #66 and #67 are assigned properly by your installer
for schedules #1, #2 and #3 respectively.
6) Never set the same Auto-Arm time for 2 or more schedules.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 6)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS
01: Setting the Time of the clock.
SET Z4HR CLOCE
EAN AE
m Hours must be programmed as "military standards" (i.e. 00:00 to 23:59).
02: Setting the Date (Date/Month).
SET DATE 0D. MM?
03: Setting the Day of the Week.
SET DRY OF WEEK
RESUMO =D.
m Digits 1 to 7 are used for the day of the week entries, where 1 = Sunday,
2 = Monday, 3 = Tuesday etc....
04: Quick Arm Select.
ALICE ARMING QUICE ARMING
ACTIVATED OR CEACTINATED
m Accessing the quick arm select option will toggle the quick arm enable/disable
status. If enabled pressing keys [7] and [8] simultaneously will arm the group
or groups which were assigned to quick arm. Be sure that user code #68 and
option 04 are assigned properly by your installer.
06 to 08: For the testing of the bell, programmable outputs, and buzzer.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 6)
10:
DV1660LC {AFLC)
Keypad display speed select.
FAST EEYFAD FAST EETYERG
ACTIVATED OR CEACTINATEDL
10:
m When activated the screen display duration is 2 seconds and when deactivated
the duration is 4 seconds.
Auto Arm Time of day for Schedule 41.
AUTO ARM... ... 1
За:
TT
4
E
1
12:
14:
16:
NM Hours must be programmed as "military standards" (i.e. 00:00 to 23:59).
See the example of Auto Arming on page 30.
Auto Arm Time of day for Schedule #2.
Auto Arm Time of day for Schedule #3.
Day assignment for Schedule #1.
CAY->SCHECULE.. 1
17:
18:
M Simply enter the number of the days you wish to use as schedule #1.
Day assignment for Schedule #2.
Day assignment for Schedule #3.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 6)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
AUTO ARM SEQUENCE:
When the system clock reaches the correct time and day for an auto arm, the DV1660LC
arm and will begin the auto arm sequence. This sequene is signified by a keypad buzzer
warning lasting 2 to 3 minutes with the message: "AUTOARM....... " displayed on the
keypad display. Should any user or installer be accessing any user or installer mode
when the auto arm sequence begins, the unit will automatically exit the user or installer
mode and begin the auto arm sequence.
ABORTING AUTO ARM:
The auto arm sequence may be aborted at any time during the 2-3 minute buzzer
warning by simply disarming the system.
EXAMPLE FOR AUTO ARM:
An user wishes to program the DV1660LC with the following schedule:
E Monday to Friday: groups À to D to auto arm at 18:00.
m Saturday only: group B to auto arm at 17:00.
E Sunday: All groups to remain armed.
The following steps should be performed:
1) Enter mode 06 (press [*][0][6]), followed by any valid user or installer code.
The display will then show:
ENTER FUNCTION
HUMEER.......¢
2) Press [0][1] to first set the real time clock (in military standard hours, i.e: 00:00
to 23:59). Enter the desired digits over flashing cursor (the cursor will not move
otherwise).
3) Press the [*] key to exit function 01. The date and day of the week (functions
[0][2] and [0][3}) should also be set.
4) After setting the date and day of the week, press [*] and enter function [1][0]
(auto arm time for schedule #1). Schedule #1 is chosen for weekdays Monday
to Friday, therefore 18:00 shouid be entered.
5) Schedule #2 is chosen for the Saturday arming time, therefore 17:00 should be
entered under function [1][2].
6) Schedule #3 will not be used in this case, therefore, ensure that a time greater
than 23:59 such as 99:99 is entered under function [1][4].
7) Next, enter function [1]{6] (Day assignment for schedule #1) and enter the digits
2, 3, 4, 5 and 6(which represent days Monday to Friday assigned fo schedule#1)
8) Enter function [1][7] (Day assignment for schedule 42) and enter 7 (for Saturday).
Day assignement for schedule 43 does not need to be set.
9) Be sure that the group assignments have been set by your installer for schedules
#1 and #2 which are represented by user codes #65 and #66 respectively.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 7)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
MODE 07 - ZONE CHIMING SELECT
Press [*]+[07]
NOTE: A zone programmed to “chime” will cause the keypad sounder to beep briefly
every time a zone is opened or closed.
Press the [*] key.
2. The display should read...
EMTER HUMBER MF
MEW MODE...... :
Enter the 2 digit code [0], [7].
At this point the display will show the chimed zones:
Z0HES WITH CHIME
81 92 03 4->
If there were no chimed zones.
COMES WITH CHIME
HOHE
For example: If there zones 05, 17, 35, 41 were already chimed and you want to
chime zone 25, simply enter[25] on the keypad. The display will show the
chimed zones starting with your last entry. In this case it was zone 25.
SOMES WITH CHIME
25 35 41 +»
Press the [*] key to see other chimed zones.
5. Enter the 2 digit number of the zone to chime or enter its corresponding number to
unchime it.
6. Press the [+4] key to go back to arm/disarm mode.
NOTE: Entering “00” will unchime all zones selected.
MODES 08,09,10 - ALARM MEMORY DISPLAY (MEMORY GARD)
Mode 08: Zones and FIRE Alarm
Mode 09: Trouble Alarms
Mode 10: Keypad Alarms (Alarms initiated from keypad.)
1. Press the [+] key.
2. The display should read...
ENTER HUMBER DF
HER MODE. ....
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODES 8, 9, & 10)
3. Enter the desired two digit number. (08, 09 or 10)
4. At this point, if you choose the Mode 08, the display should read...
DV1860LC (SFLC)
MEMORY OR ALARM IM MEMORY
I LAL LALA La the == te
+ art ar Trad Ш PA
ALARM IH
NONE: EXIT
To view more alarms in memory, press the [*] key and the display will show the next
alarm until you see “EXIT 4”. Press the [#] key to return to arm/disarm mode.
NOTE: This mode will only show you Zone alarms and Fire alarms in memory.
If you choose Mode 08, the display should read...
TROUBLE IH MEM OR
EXIT +
TROUBLE IH MEM
UusNNER 7
To view more trouble alarms in memory, press the [*] key and the display will show
the next trouble alarm until you see “EXIT #".
NOTE: This mode can show you the trouble alarms in memory. Refer to the table
of troubles on page 22.
If you choose Mode 10, the display should read...
ALARM MEM OR ALARM MEM
EXIT #
REYFRGO
HOHE,
KEYFAD
To view more keypad alarms in memory, press the [*] key and the display will
show the next keypad alarm until you see “EXIT +".
NOTE: This mode can show you the keypad alarms in memory. Refer to the list of
keypad alarms below.
KEYPAD ALARMS
FIREKEY [F] Key was pressed
PANIC [A] Key was pressed
EMERG. [P] Key was pressed
INV CODE 5 invalid codes were entered
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 11)
DV1660L C (AFLC}
MODE 11: SENDING A USER MESSAGE
Press [*]+[11]+[VALID CODE]
The System is able to send a code to the central station, corresponding to a predetermined
message. If this feature is used by your alarm company, you will be instructed which 1
digit number to send corresponding to a given message. Examples: “1” could mean "I
will be closing 15 minutes late.” and “2” could mean “I will be late closing by 30
minutes.” A maximum of 32 messages can be programmed by the installer.
1. Press [*]+[11]+[VALID CODE]
2. Enter a master or (arm/disarm/bypass code, if option 18 is disabled by the installer).
3. At this point, the display should read...
ENTER FUNCTION
HUMBER
Enter the 2 digit message number.
The keypad automatically returns to the Normal (arm/disarm) mode.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 12)
DVI1BSOLC (&FLC)
MODE 12: LAST PERSON WHO ARMED/DISARMED GROUP A
TO GROUP D
Press [*]+[12]
1. Press the [*] key.
2. The display should read...
ENTER HUMBER OF
НЕМ MODE
3. Enter the two digit number "12°.
4. The display should read...
LAST HRMED..... H
USE Rea. HASTE
Shows the user number who was the last to arm group A.
5. Press the [*] key.
6. The display should read:
LAST DISARMELC..A
USER... HA z
Shows the user number who was the last to disarm group A.
7. Press the [*] key, to see the user number who was last to arm and disarm group
B, group C, and group D.
NOTE: +
+
+
+
User #65, 66 and 67 represent Auto-Arming schedules #1, 2, and 3.
User #68 may represent a quick arming.
User #69 may represent the key arming.
User #70 may represent arming/disarming by central.
Bm Press [#] key to return to Normal Mode (arm/disarm mode).
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 17)
DV1660LC (&FLC)
MODE 17 - CHECK FOR IDENTICAL USER CODES
Press [*]+[17]+[MASTER CODE #01]
Press the [+] key.
2. The display will show:
EMTER HUMBER OF
НЕМ MODE... .0
3. Enter the desired two digit number [1][7].
The display will show:
EHTER WALID CORE
5. Enter master code #01, the display will show:
SCAMMING USER CD
LaLa
pos
6. If identical codes are found the display will show:
SCANNIMG USER CD
19 MATCHES 11
m Press [*] to view other codes.
7. If no identical codes are found the display will show:
HO MATCH FOLD
8. After the display will return to the normal mode.
№ Press the [#] key to quit this mode during scanning.
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 18)
DVi660LC (&FLC)
MODE 18: PROGRAMMABLE ZONE LABELS BY MASTER
CODE #01 or INSTALLER CODE
The ZONE LABELS feature permits the user and/or installer to program alternative
names to replace "ZONE NUMBER :01", “ZONE NUMBER :02", etc... with names such
as: "FRONT DOOR”, “BACK DOOR”, etc... The label entered can be up to 16 digits
in length. For this feature to function, an optional module (DME1) or EEprom 35c116
must be installed, if not the display will show the message MODULE ABSENT when you
enter mode 18.
1. Press the [*] key. 2. Enter the two digit number 3. Enter Master code #01 or an
[1][8], the display will show: installer programming code, the
display will show:
ENTER HUMBER DF ENTER VALID COLE ENTER CESIRED
MEY MODE 2.2... ZONE NUMBER...
Example: If you wish to change the label of zone #01 “ZONE NUMBER...01 to “FRONT
DOOR”, press [0][1] and the display will show:
ZOME #61 ZONE #61
ZONE HUMBER... 91 CHANGE TO FRONT DOOR
The cursor will be positioned at the first digit position “Z”
To change "Z” to “F” you can use 1 of 2 methods:
|. The first method is by pressing [4&5] simultaneously to change the digit in decreasing
order or press [6&6] simultaneously to change the digit in increasing order.
ll. The second method is by pressing the [2] three times to obtain an “F”.
mM Once the first digit is changed, press [243] simultaneously to shift right to the next digit. Then
make the necessary changes to the next digit.
E After changing the tenth digit “E” to an “R”, press [2&3] simultaneously to shift right to the next
digit. Then press [084] simultaneously to erase the resi of the digits on the line.
. , When pressing one of these keys sequentiall
Key Functions: (PRESS) the character changes between 4 ‘different
[+] Go To Next Label. characters according to the following list:
[+&0] Go To Last Label. Pressing [1] A, B, C, 1
[*&#] Jump To Any Label. Pressing [2] D, E, F, 2
[182] Shift Left To Previous Digit. Pressing [3] ©, H, I, 3
[243] Shift Right To Next Digit. Pressing [4] J, K, L, 4
[4&5] Change Digit In Decreasing Order. Pressing [5] M, N, O, 5
[5&6] Change Digit In increasing Order. Pressing [6] P, Q, R, 6
[0&#] To clear the line from the digit Pressing [7] S, T, U, 7
that the cursor is on to the end Pressing [8] V, W, X, 8
of the line.
Pressing [9] Y, Z, : 9
Pressing [0] -, 0
> When in Normal Mode, and there are zones open, press [*&#] simultaneously to view
the Zone Labels of the open zones. Press [*] to view additional Zone labels until the
message to press [4] is displayed.
MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 19) рулевое (BFLC)
MODE 19: PROGRAMMABLE GROUP LABELS BY MASTER
CODE #01 or INSTALLER CODE
The GROUP LABELS feature permits the user and/or installer to program alternative names to
replace “GROUP A”, “GROUP В”, “ GROUP C”, and “GROUP D” with names such as: “HALL”,
“WAREHOUSE”, etc... The label entered can be up to 12 digits in length.
1. Press the [*] key. 2. Enter the two digit number 3. Enter Master code #01 or
[1][9], the display will show: an installer programming
code, the display will show:
ENTER NUMBER OF ENTER VALID CODE ENTER VALID CODE
MEW MODE. ....! GROUP H
Example: If you wish to change the label of GROUP...A, the display will show:
ARDUP...A
GROUP
A
GROUP...H
CHANGE TO
OFFICE STAFF
m In this example “GROUP A” was changed to “OFFICE STAFF”, using the same method as
shown in Mode 18.
Key Functions: (PRESS)
[*] Go To Next Label.
[*&0] Go To Last Label.
[1&2] Shift Left To Previous Digit.
[2&3] Shift Right To Next Digit.
[4&5] Change Digit In Decreasing Order.
[566] Change Digit In Increasing Order.
[0&#] To clear the line from the digit
that the cursor Is on to the end
of the line.
When pressing one of these keys sequentially the character changes between 4 different characters
according to the following list:
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
Pressing
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[0]
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MODE DESCRIPTIONS (MODE 24,25 & 99)
DV1860LC {&FLC)
MODE 24: VIEW SYSTEM CLOCK
Press [*]+[24]
EN
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MODE 25: WALK TEST MODE
Press [*] + [25] + [MASTER, ARM\DISARM\BYPASS, OR INSTALLER CODE]
Mode 25 “Walk Test Mode" is used to test your security system. You need simply walk
around your premises and activate all the zones. This mode can only be accessed by
a Master, Arm\Disarm\Bypass, or Installer Code. A Walk Test Report is sent to your
Central Station and the Local Printer, if a printer is used. The keypad display will
indicate when the test is complete or which zones are left to be tested.
1. Press the [*] key.
2. The display will show:
ENTER HUMBER OF
MEW МОРЕ. .... :
Enter the desired two digit number [2][5].
The display will show:
ENTER VALIDE CODE
5. Enter a Master, Arm\Disarm\Bypass, or Installer Code, the display will show:
HOHE =H SIFEM=1
EUZZER=2 EOTH=2
SOUND INDICATION:
0 = No sound indication when a zone is tested.
1 = The siren will sound when a zone is tested.
2 = The buzzer will sound when a zone is tested.
3 = The siren and buzzer will both sound when a zone is tested.
6. Once the type of sound indication has been selected the display will show:
FER, ALL SOME TO
CENTRAL? H=0 ym]
DETAILED ZONE REPORT SENT TO CENTRAL STATION:
O = Detailed Zone Report Not Sent to the Central Station. All the zones tested will be
reported on the local printer, if the printer option is used.
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DV1650LC (&FLC)
1 =Detailed Zone Report is Sent to the Central Station. All the zones tested will be
reported on the local printer, if the printer option is used.
NOTE: The following Reports (Start Test Code, Number of Zones Not Tested\All Zones
Tested Code, and End of Test Code) will be sent to the Central Station and Local
Printer, regardless of how you answered the question.
NOTE: Zones are reported only after they have gone into alarm and have been restored,
during the Walk Test. Each zone can only be tested once and will only send one
code to show that the zone was tested.
7. The Walk Test starts after the report to central question is answered. It lasts 15
minutes, or until the [#] key is pressed. During this time the display will show:
ZONE TO TEST:
91 82 BZ 04 wel
The dispaly will list the zones left to be tested.
NOTE: Zones of Type 9 (No Alarm) or B(Probation) are not displayed or reported during
the Walk Test.
Example of Local Printer Printout:
Date Time Message
24\04 16:30 ZONES TO TEST: 14
24\04 16:31 ALARM ZONE +01
2404 16:31 ALARM ZONE #02
2404 16:32 ALARM ZONE #05
24004 16:33 ALARM ZONE #08
2404 16:33 ALARM ZONE #10
2404 16:34 ALARM ZONE #13
24\04 16:35 ZONES NOT TESTED: 08
24\04 16:35 END OF TEST
8. When all the zones have been tested the display will show:
TEST COMPLETED
Press the [#] key to quit this mode at any time during the test.
MODE 99: LANGUAGE SELECT
Press [*]+[99]
This mode is provided so that the user may switch between French and English language
messages. To enter this mode from the Arm/Disarm mode simply press * 99 and the
following will be displayed.
EHGLISH = E
1
FRANCATS
Press: 0 for English
for Francais
amb
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DV16560LC {(AFLC}
DISCONNECTION BY THE CENTRAL STATION
If the following message is appearing on your keypad display:
EISUOHHEZTELR BY
CEHTRAL STATION
This signifies that your system has been disconnected by the central station, Contact
your alarm company as soon as possible in order to find out the reason for this disconnection.
TESTING
IT'S RECOMMENDED THAT THE SYSTEM BE TESTED ON A WEEKLY BASIS.
Inform the monitoring station that you are testing your system.
Disarm the system (ready light ON).
3. Perform a Bell test by pressing [*], [06], [MASTER CODE or Installer Code], and
[06]. The signal will sound for about 2 seconds. If a trouble occurs after the test,
press [*], [02] to view the trouble condition.
Activate each sensor in turn e.g. Open a door/window and observe the display.
If the FIRE zone is used, activation will cause the signal to sound in a pulsed mode.
CAUTION: Do not use open flame or burning materials to test a smoke detector.
Contact your installer for information on safe methods to activate a smoke
detector.
Should your system fail to operate properly, cali your installer for service.
When testing is complete, call and advise the monitoring station.
MAINTENANCE
With normal use, the system requires minimum maintenance. The following should be
observed:
1) Do not wash the keypad with a wet cloth. Light dusting with a barely damp
cloth should remove normal accumulations of dust.
2) The battery/bell test is designed to determine battery condition, however it is
recommended that the standby battery be replaced every three years.
8) For other system devices such as smoke detectors, passive infrared, ultrasonic or
microwave motion detectors or glassbreak detectors, consult the respective
manufacturer's literature for testing and maintenance.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Sur-Gard Security Systems Ltd. warrants that for a period of twelve months from the
date of purchase, the product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal use and that in fulfilment of any breech of such warranty, Sur-Gard
Security Systems Ltd. shall, at its option, repair or replace the defective equipment
upon return of the equipment to its repair depot. This warranty applies only to defects
in parts and workmanship and not to damage incurred in shipping or handling, or
damage due to causes beyond the control of Sur-Gard Security Systems Ltd., such
as lightning, excessive voltage, mechanical shock, water damage, or damage
arising out of abuse, alteration or improper application of the equipment.
The foregoing warranty shall apply only to the original buyer, and is and shall be in
lieu of any and all other warranties, whether expressed or implied and of all other
obligations or liabilities on the part of Sur-Gard Security Systems Ltd. Sur-Gard
Security Systems Ltd. neither assumes, nor authorizes any other person purporting
to act on its behalf to modify or to change this warranty, nor to assume for it any other
warranty or liability concerning this product.
In no event shall Sur-Gard Security Systems Ltd. be liable for any direct or indirect or
consequential damages, loss of anticipated profits, loss of time or any other losses
incurred by the buyer in connection with the purchase, installation or operation or
failure of this product.
WARNING: Sur-Gard Security Systems Ltd. recommends that the entire system be
completely tested on a regular basis. However, despite frequent testing, and due to
but not limited to, criminal tampering or electrical disruption, it is possible for this
product to fail to perform as expected.
How to Contact Us:
Sales
For information about additional products, please call our sales
number: 1-800-418-7618, or e-mail us at sales@sur-gard.com.
Technical Support
If you have questions or problems when using Sur-Gard products, you
can call our Technical Support Department, or e-mail us at
support@sur-gard.com. If you are within the United States, Puerto Rico,
the U.S. Virgin Islands or Canada, you can get support by dialing 1-
800-503-5869 ext. 1. If you are outside these areas, please call (416)
665-4494 ext.1, Fax (416) 665-1500.
Internet
Sur-Gard is now on the World Wide Web. You will be able to search the
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