Using the LCD5501Z Keypad
The LCD5501Z works similarly to the other
keypads described in your system’s Instruction
Manual. For more information on individual
functions, see your system’s Instruction Manual.
light will be off. To see the numbers of the open
zones, press . Before you try to arm your system,
go to the open zones and close all doors and
windows, and make sure no one is present in zones
with motion detectors.
Viewing Open Zones
Viewing Zones in Alarm
Before you can arm your system, all the zones
must be closed. If some zones are currently open,
the keypad will display “Open”, and the Ready
If there is an alarm on your system the keypad will
display “Alarm” and will scroll the numbers of the
zones affected.
Using the LCD5501Z Keypad
System Functions - Quick Reference
The following chart lists the basic functions of your system and the keys to press for each function.
NOTE: Some functions may not be available on your system. Ask your installer for more information.
To do this:
Press this:
Arm system (Away): ............................................... [access code], leave through entry/exit door
(if enabled)
OR press
Arm system (Quick): ..............................................
Using the LCD5501Z Keypad
WARNING: Please refer to the System Instruction Manual for information on limitations regarding product use and
function and information on the limitations as to liability of the manufacturer.
1. Display
2. System
Lights
The LCD5501Z keypad shows the status of your
security system using an LCD-style display, along
with fixed words and numbers.
3. Number
Pad
This instruction sheet describes the basic features
of the keypad. For more detailed information on
your security system and how to use it, please
read your system’s Instruction Manual.
4. Function
Buttons
5. Emergency
Keys
Important Note: Test system weekly and have
any system trouble conditions corrected by your
alarm installer.
1. Display
3. Number Pad:
(from Ready state)
Arm system (Stay): ................................................. [access code], do not exit premises
(if enabled)
OR press
Arm system (No Entry Delay): ...............................
[access code]
Bypass zones: .......................................................
[two-digit zone number(s)],
to exit
Disarm system: ...................................................... [access code]
Program access codes .......................................... refer to “Programming Access Codes” in Instruction Manual
Use the number pad to enter your code, and to
access system functions. To exit a function and
return to the Ready state, press . To select a
function press .
Send Fire message: ...............................................
(press and hold for two seconds, if enabled)
5. Function Buttons:
Send Auxiliary message: .......................................
(press and hold for two seconds, if enabled)
Send Panic message: ............................................
(press and hold for two seconds, if enabled)
If your installer has enabled them, you can use the
function buttons to access the stay arm, away arm,
door chime, sensor reset and quick exit features.
(Your installer may program other functions for
these buttons.) Press and hold the appropriate
button for two seconds. Refer to your Instruction
Manual for more information on these features.
Exit premises when system armed: .......................
Reset smoke detectors: .........................................
Set system time and date: .....................................
OR press
OR press
(if enabled)
(if enabled)
[master code] , enter current time (24hr format: 00:0023:59) and date (month/day/year) as 10 digits: [hh:mm
MMDDYY]
Silence fire alarm: ..................................................
Silence intrusion alarm: ......................................... [access code]
Turn auto-arm on/off: ..............................................
[master code]
Turn door chime on/off: ..........................................
to toggle on or off OR press
2. System Lights:
Ready Light
If the Ready light is ON, the system is ready for
arming. The system cannot be armed unless the
Ready light is ON.
Armed Light
Turn on bypassed zones (if Stay armed): ..............
If the Armed light is ON, the system has been
armed successfully.
View alarm memory: ..............................................
Trouble Light
View troubles: ........................................................
© 1999 Digital Security Controls Ltd.
(if enabled)
(Troubles indicated by numbers 1-8 on top of keypad
display. See “Viewing Trouble Conditions” in Instruction Manual
for list of trouble definitions)
Printed in Canada
29004451 R001
If the Trouble light is ON, press
to view the
troubles. The keypad will indicate the troubles
using numbers 1-8 at the top of the keypad
display. See “Identifying Trouble Conditions” in
your system’s Instruction Manual.
4. Emergency Keys:
Press both * keys for two seconds to send a FIRE
message. Press both * Keys for two seconds to
send an AUXILIARY message. Press both * Keys
for two seconds to send a PANIC message.
* IMPORTANT NOTE (All Keypads): The Fire, Auxiliary
and Panic keys will NOT function unless programmed
by the installer. If these keys are in service and the
installer has enabled audible feedback, holding down
the key for two seconds will cause the keypad
sounder to beep indicating that the input has been
accepted and sent.
The LCD5501Z works similarly to the other
keypads described in your system’s Instruction
Manual. For more information on individual
functions, see your system’s Instruction Manual.
light will be off. To see the numbers of the open
zones, press . Before you try to arm your system,
go to the open zones and close all doors and
windows, and make sure no one is present in zones
with motion detectors.
Viewing Open Zones
Viewing Zones in Alarm
Before you can arm your system, all the zones
must be closed. If some zones are currently open,
the keypad will display “Open”, and the Ready
If there is an alarm on your system the keypad will
display “Alarm” and will scroll the numbers of the
zones affected.
Using the LCD5501Z Keypad
System Functions - Quick Reference
The following chart lists the basic functions of your system and the keys to press for each function.
NOTE: Some functions may not be available on your system. Ask your installer for more information.
To do this:
Press this:
Arm system (Away): ............................................... [access code], leave through entry/exit door
(if enabled)
OR press
Arm system (Quick): ..............................................
Using the LCD5501Z Keypad
WARNING: Please refer to the System Instruction Manual for information on limitations regarding product use and
function and information on the limitations as to liability of the manufacturer.
1. Display
2. System
Lights
The LCD5501Z keypad shows the status of your
security system using an LCD-style display, along
with fixed words and numbers.
3. Number
Pad
This instruction sheet describes the basic features
of the keypad. For more detailed information on
your security system and how to use it, please
read your system’s Instruction Manual.
4. Function
Buttons
5. Emergency
Keys
Important Note: Test system weekly and have
any system trouble conditions corrected by your
alarm installer.
1. Display
3. Number Pad:
(from Ready state)
Arm system (Stay): ................................................. [access code], do not exit premises
(if enabled)
OR press
Arm system (No Entry Delay): ...............................
[access code]
Bypass zones: .......................................................
[two-digit zone number(s)],
to exit
Disarm system: ...................................................... [access code]
Program access codes .......................................... refer to “Programming Access Codes” in Instruction Manual
Use the number pad to enter your code, and to
access system functions. To exit a function and
return to the Ready state, press . To select a
function press .
Send Fire message: ...............................................
(press and hold for two seconds, if enabled)
5. Function Buttons:
Send Auxiliary message: .......................................
(press and hold for two seconds, if enabled)
Send Panic message: ............................................
(press and hold for two seconds, if enabled)
If your installer has enabled them, you can use the
function buttons to access the stay arm, away arm,
door chime, sensor reset and quick exit features.
(Your installer may program other functions for
these buttons.) Press and hold the appropriate
button for two seconds. Refer to your Instruction
Manual for more information on these features.
Exit premises when system armed: .......................
Reset smoke detectors: .........................................
Set system time and date: .....................................
OR press
OR press
(if enabled)
(if enabled)
[master code] , enter current time (24hr format: 00:0023:59) and date (month/day/year) as 10 digits: [hh:mm
MMDDYY]
Silence fire alarm: ..................................................
Silence intrusion alarm: ......................................... [access code]
Turn auto-arm on/off: ..............................................
[master code]
Turn door chime on/off: ..........................................
to toggle on or off OR press
2. System Lights:
Ready Light
If the Ready light is ON, the system is ready for
arming. The system cannot be armed unless the
Ready light is ON.
Armed Light
Turn on bypassed zones (if Stay armed): ..............
If the Armed light is ON, the system has been
armed successfully.
View alarm memory: ..............................................
Trouble Light
View troubles: ........................................................
© 1999 Digital Security Controls Ltd.
(if enabled)
(Troubles indicated by numbers 1-8 on top of keypad
display. See “Viewing Trouble Conditions” in Instruction Manual
for list of trouble definitions)
Printed in Canada
29004451 R001
If the Trouble light is ON, press
to view the
troubles. The keypad will indicate the troubles
using numbers 1-8 at the top of the keypad
display. See “Identifying Trouble Conditions” in
your system’s Instruction Manual.
4. Emergency Keys:
Press both * keys for two seconds to send a FIRE
message. Press both * Keys for two seconds to
send an AUXILIARY message. Press both * Keys
for two seconds to send a PANIC message.
* IMPORTANT NOTE (All Keypads): The Fire, Auxiliary
and Panic keys will NOT function unless programmed
by the installer. If these keys are in service and the
installer has enabled audible feedback, holding down
the key for two seconds will cause the keypad
sounder to beep indicating that the input has been
accepted and sent.
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