SECURITY
PRINTER’S INSTRUCTIONS:
INSTR,DVS-2400 - LINEAR P/N: 212734 H - INK: BLACK - MATERIAL: 20 LB. MEAD BOND WITH 80 LB. WHITE COATED COVER - SIZE: 8.500” X 11.000” - SCALE: 1-1 - FOLDING: ALBUM FOLD - BINDING: SADDLE-STITCH
SECURITY
SUPERVISED WIRELESS
SECURITY CONSOLE
Installation & Programming Instructions
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INTRODUCTION
CONGRATULATIONS for selecting Linear’s DVS-2400 Security
System. The DVS-2400 Console incorporates many advanced
and sophisticated features. The system can be expanded and
customized to fit the installation’s specific needs.
The DVS-2400 Console and its accessories are designed and
manufactured by the oldest wireless security company in North
America. You can look ahead to many years of reliable service
with this Console and its accessories.
Many insurance companies offer discounts on homeowners and
renters policies when a security system is installed. Discount
credits vary with different companies and generally increase in
savings with an increase in the level of protection. Inform the
user to ask their insurance agent about savings available.
The DVS-2400 Console is UL Listed. For a UL smoke alarm
system, there must be at least one smoke detector programmed
into the Console to meet National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) Rule 72 Chapter 2 and UL 217 requirements. Many
insurance companies require you to meet these requirements
to qualify for a discount. Only use the Model DXS-73 smoke
detector with this Console for a UL smoke alarm system.
NOTE: Some cities and municipalities may require an alarm
system permit. Check with the local authorities before
installing this system.
In this manual, the bullets preceding the text help to define the
information. For example:
✦ This symbol indicates a feature.
❏ This symbol indicates an action to perform
and provides a box to check when the action is
completed.
✴ This symbol is for lit indications or system sounds.
✎ This symbol is for important notes.
UL Listed as a Single Station Smoke
Detector Accessory, also suitable as a
Household Burglar-Alarm
System Control Unit.
UL Category CCN UTGT & NBSX
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. THE DVS-2400 SECURITY SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
CONSOLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
DOOR/WINDOW SENSORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
WIRELESS KEYPAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SMOKE DETECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
REMOTE CONTROLS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
GLASS BREAK DETECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
PANIC BUTTONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
BILL TRAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2. SECURITY SYSTEM FLOOR PLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
EXAMPLE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
DESIGN THE INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
DOOR/WINDOW SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
WIRELESS KEYPAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ABOUT SENSOR STATUS SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3. TYPICAL SYSTEM SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
4. CONSOLE FEATURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
5. CONSOLE INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
CONSOLE LOCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
CASE LOCKING SCREW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
WALL MOUNTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
EXTERNAL CONSOLE SPEAKER CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
EXTERNAL ALARM SIREN CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
TELEPHONE LINE CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
AUTOMATION OUTPUT CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
CONSOLE POWER CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
6. BASIC CONSOLE PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
CREATE THE MASTER USER CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
PROGRAM THE SENSORS INTO THE CONSOLE’S MEMORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
PROGRAMMING DIFFERENT SENSOR TYPES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
7. BASIC SENSOR INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
DXS-10 WIRELESS KEYPAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
DXS-31 & DXS-32 DOOR/WINDOW SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
TEST SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
8. CUSTOMIZING THE CONSOLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
LABELING THE SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
OFF MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
CHIME MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
9. CONSOLE OPERATING MODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
HOME MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
SECURE EXIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
HOME INSTANT MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
MANUAL BYPASSING OF SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
AWAY MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
MANUAL BYPASSING OF SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
TEST MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
CONSOLE LOW BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
SENSOR LOW BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
SENSOR RADIO TROUBLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
10. SYSTEM TROUBLE INDICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
11. CUSTOMIZING THE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
ADDING SENSORS TO THE SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
REMOVING SENSORS FROM THE SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
MAKING A SENSOR A 24-HOUR DOOR CHIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
MAKING A SENSOR INTERIOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
MAKING A SENSOR PERFORM A DIFFERENT FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
SETUP MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
12. ADVANCED PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
CHANGING A SENSORS SUPERVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
CHANGING A SENSORS RESTORE REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
ENTRY DELAY TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
EXIT DELAY TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
BURGLARY SIREN TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
EMERGENCY SIREN TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
FIRE SIREN TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
AUTOMATION OUTPUT TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
REMOTE CONTROL ARMING LEVEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
REMOTE CONTROL & HARDWIRE DISARMING LEVEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
ENTRY DELAY BEEPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
EXIT DELAY BEEPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
SILENT BURGLARY ALARMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
SILENT EMERGENCY ALARMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
DISABLING QUICK ARMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
AUTOMATIC RESTORAL OF BYPASSED SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
AUTOMATIC BYPASSING OF OPEN SENSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
AUTOMATION OUTPUT MODE DURING ALARM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
AUTOMATION ACTIVATION TONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
REMOTE CONTROL ARM/DISARM CHIRP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
AUTOMATION OUTPUT ON DURING AND AFTER ALARM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
AUTOMATION OUTPUT ON DURING ALARM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
AUTOMATION OUTPUT WHILE ARMED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
AUTOMATION OUTPUT DURING EXIT/ENTRY DELAYS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
AUTOMATION OUTPUT POLARITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
REMOTE ACCESS PASSWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
DURESS CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
MASTER USER CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
ADDING ADDITIONAL USER CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
REMOVING ADDITIONAL USER CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
CONSOLE MASTER RESET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
13. COMMUNICATOR PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
SETUP MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
COMMUNICATOR ENABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
2-WAY AUDIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
VOICE RESPONSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
REMOTE LOCKOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
CALL LIMITER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
DIALING DELAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
DIALING METHOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
REPORTING FORMAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
CALL ROUTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
ACCOUNT NUMBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
PRIMARY TELEPHONE NUMBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
SECONDARY TELEPHONE NUMBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
SUPERVISORY OR PAGER TELEPHONE NUMBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
TELEPHONE NUMBER DELAYS AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
REPORT CONSOLE TROUBLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
REPORT FORCE ARMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
OPENING AND CLOSING REPORTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
POINT ID REPORTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
GENERAL REPORTING CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
SYSTEM REPORTING CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
FORCE ARMING REPORTING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
DURESS REPORTING CODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
4 BY 2 FORMAT POINT ID ALARM REPORT CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4 BY 2 FORMAT POINT ID TROUBLE REPORT CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
14. IMPORTANT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
LINEAR LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
WIRELESS PRODUCT NOTICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
FCC NOTICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
FCC TELEPHONE RULES AND REGULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
FIRE EVACUATION PLANNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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THE DVS-2400 SECURITY SYSTEM
DXT-41 & DXT-42
REMOTES
DXT-21 & DXT-23
REMOTES †
DXT-61
REMOTE †
DVS-2400
CONSOLE
DXS-10
WIRELESS
KEYPAD
DXS-62A
REMOTE
DXS-73
SMOKE DETECTOR
† NOTE: These accessories
are not listed by UL.
DXS-31
DOOR/WINDOW
SENSOR
DXS-32 MINI
DOOR/WINDOW
SENSOR
DXS-81
BILL TRAP †
CONSOLE
The DVS-2400 Console is the heart of the system. It monitors all
of the system’s wireless sensors and controls the alarm sirens.
The Console constantly monitors the condition of the system’s
sensors, displaying which protected doors and windows are
open or closed. If an alarm occurs, the Console displays which
sensor(s) caused it. When a sensor has a low battery, the Console
displays which sensor needs a new battery. Sensors that send
hourly status transmissions keep the Console informed of their
operating condition.
Up to eight different custom user codes can be used to operate
the system. For security, a user code must be entered to disarm
(turn off) the system. The system can be armed (turned on) by
entering a user code, or with the unique “Quick Arm” feature. The
five restricted user codes and the special page alert user code
can only arm and disarm the system, no programming changes
are allowed. The master user code is allowed to program the
Console, and a duress code can be selected for emergency
disarming of the system with a duress report to the Central
Station. The page alert user code can dial a pager number to
inform the pager wearer when the Console is disarmed.
The Console’s memory will retain the user codes and all of
the system’s programming, even during a total power loss. An
optional backup battery can be installed to power the system
during short power failures.
The built-in digital communicator connects the Console to a
Central Alarm Monitoring Station through the telephone. With a
monitored system, the central station can dispatch authorities in
case of burglary, fire or other emergency. The central station can
also call family, friends, neighbors, or anyone else designated on
a custom call list.
Each sensor can report directly to the Central Station using the
digital communicator’s Point ID feature. If a sensor triggers an
alarm or experiences supervisory trouble, a unique report code
can be sent for immediate identification of the event.
The optional Model VB-2 digital voice synthesis module can
be installed in the Console. The VB-2 module provides three
exciting features: 2-way audio monitoring capability at the Central
Station through the communicator, local voice prompts from the
Console’s speaker, and voice prompted remote system control
using in-house or off-site pushbutton telephones.
2
DXS-54
PIR
DXS-91 GLASS
BREAK DETECTOR †
The Console has 24-hour capabilities that are always ready
to operate, even when the Console is disarmed. They can be
triggered by buttons on the Console, the Wireless Keypad,
portable remote controls, carbon monoxide detectors, and
smoke detectors. Pressing the EMERGENCY or FIRE button for
two seconds will cause an immediate siren and call the central
station. IMPORTANT: For personal emergency use only. Not
for use as a UL Listed Medical Alert System.
The Console’s Environmental Zone is a 24-hour zone that can
be triggered with sensors connected to devices such as water
flow detectors, over/under temperature sensors, flood sensors,
etc. The Environmental Zone activates the chime annunciator
without sounding the siren. The Environmental Zone does not
send communicator reports.
An Automation Output in the Console provides an easy way
to connect external devices to the Console. The output is fully
programmable to activate on a variety of conditions, such as
when the system is armed, during alarms, and during exit/entry
delays. The Automation Output can connect to lighting control
modules, relays, noisemakers, and indicators. The Console’s
and wireless keypad’s
key and transmitters can control the
Automation Output.
The Console can be programmed locally using its own keypad
or remotely, over the telephone, using Linear’s Model RA-2400
Remote Access software program. The RA-2400 upload/
download program is a Windows® application that runs on a
personal computer and communicates with the Console through
a modem connected directly to the Console, or through the
telephone line.
A total of 24 sensors of the types listed on the next page can
be used with each DVS-2400 Console. Each burglary sensor
can trigger the siren (and report to the Central Station) once
per arming cycle. 24-hour sensors have unlimited alarm and
reporting capacity.
DOOR/WINDOW SENSORS
PANIC BUTTONS
The DXS-31 and DXS-32 sensors monitor doors and windows.
They send radio signals to the Console. One type of signal is sent
when the door or window is opened, and a different type of signal
is sent when the door or window is closed. If the Console is armed,
a sensor can trigger the Console's burglary siren when its door or
window is opened. Both sensors are supervised, send hourly status
reports, and monitor their battery condition.
The DXT-21, DXS-21 single-button, and DXT-23, DXS-23 two-button
transmitters can be used as portable “panic buttons”. Pressing the
front or top button on the DXT-21 or DXS-21 at any time will trigger
the emergency siren. Pressing both front buttons simultaneously
on the DXT-23 or DXS-23 at any time will trigger the emergency
siren. These transmitters can be programmed to activate various
other system functions. The DXT-21 and DXT-23 transmitters are not
supervised. The DXS-21 and DXS-23 transmitters are supervised.
DXS-32
DXS-31
The DXS-62A transmitter is typically used as a portable “panic
button”. Pressing the button on a DXS-62A at any time will trigger
the emergency siren. This transmitter can send hourly status signals
and low battery signals if the battery is low.
WIRELESS KEYPAD
The DXS-10 wireless keypad is used to operate the Console
remotely. It can be placed in a convenient spot so the user doesn't
have to go to the Console to control the system. The wireless
keypad can also trigger the emergency or fire siren and actuate
the Automation Output. Pressing will cause the Console to sound
Beeps corresponding to the current operating
mode. The DXS-10 is supervised, it sends
hourly status reports and monitors its battery
condition. IMPORTANT: For personal
emergency use only. Not for use as a UL
Listed Medical Alert System.
DXS-10
SMOKE DETECTOR
The DXS-73 is a high quality smoke detector with a built-in radio
transmitter. As soon as smoke is detected, the unit will sound its local
noisemaker. Then, 20 seconds after the local noisemaker sounds,
the transmitter sends an alarm signal to the Console. The alarm
signal will be repeated every 20 seconds as long
as smoke is still present. A restoral signal will be
sent when the smoke detection chamber clears.
The DXS-73 is supervised, it sends hourly status
DXS-73
reports, and monitors its battery condition.
☞ NOTE: A Model DXS-73 Smoke Detector is required to
create a UL Listed smoke alarm system. See Page 13 for
details on adding a smoke detector sensor to the system.
REMOTE CONTROLS
The DXT-41, DXT-61 single-button and DXT-23, DXT-42 multi-button
remote controls can be used to remotely arm and disarm the Console.
The DXT-42’s left button will arm and the right button will disarm
the Console. Pressing both buttons simultaneously will trigger the
emergency siren. Alternately the Console can be programmed to
respond to the DXT-42 by arming and disarming with the left button,
and activating the automation output with the right button. These
transmitters can also be programmed to activate various other
Console zones. These transmitters are not supervised.
DXT-41
DXT-61‡
DXT-21‡
DXS-21‡
DXT-23‡
DXS-23‡
DXS-62A
BILL TRAP
The DXS-81 bill trap can be used with the Console in non-UL small
commercial hold-up installations. The unit is concealed in a cash
drawer under a stack of currency, with a single “bait” bill secured in
its money clip. During a hold-up, the cashier removes the stack of
currency along with the “bait” bill. When a “bait” bill is removed, the
transmitter sends a signal to the Console. Four additional signals
are sent within the first minute after the “bait” bill
is removed. When the “bait” bill is replaced, a
restore signal is sent. The DXS-81 is supervised,
it can send hourly status reports (optional) and
DXS-81‡
monitors its battery condition.
PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR
The DXS-54 is a passive infrared (PIR) motion detector with a built-in
radio transmitter. The PIR detects motion in its detection pattern by
measuring the infrared emission levels of objects that it “sees”. If
the infrared levels change quickly, as when a person moves across
the detection pattern, the PIR will recognize the
change as an intrusion and send an alarm signal to
the Console. An alarm will be triggered if the system
is in the Away Mode. The DXS-54 is supervised, it
sends hourly status reports and monitors its battery
DXS-54
condition.
DXT-42
GLASS BREAK DETECTOR
The DXS-91 is a glass break detector with an audio sound
discriminator and a built-in radio transmitter. The unit “listens” for the
sound of breaking glass. When glass breakage is detected, the unit
sends an alarm signal to the Console. The DXS-91 is supervised, it
sends hourly status reports and monitors its battery condition.
‡ NOTE: These accessories not listed by UL
DXS-91‡
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2.
SECURITY SYSTEM FLOOR PLAN
EXAMPLE SYSTEM
✦ The example shows a typical DVS-2400 system.
✦ Any or all of the accessories shown can be used.
✦ A total of 24 sensors can be used with each
Console.
DESIGN THE INSTALLATION
1. Draw a floor plan for the installation.
2. Consider the security needs of the premises.
3. Determine which doors and windows are vulnerable
to intrusion.
4. Figure which interior areas an intruder might go to if
unlawful entrance is gained.
5. Indicate locations for door/window sensors, interior
motion detectors, keypads, glass break detectors
and external siren speakers.
6. Decide on a centralized location for the security
Console.
ES
GB
MD
S
MS
S
ENTRY
LIVING
S
MS
KITCHEN
S BED
DINING
CON - CONSOLE
S - DOOR/WINDOW SENSOR
WK - WIRELESS KEYPAD
MD - MOTION DETECTOR
ES - EXTERNAL SIREN
SD - SMOKE DETECTOR
CO - CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR
GB - GLASS BREAK SENSOR
MS - HARDWIRED MAGNETIC SWITCH
CON
CO
S
MS
S
SD
S
BATH
BED
S
DEN
WK
S
GB
GARAGE
NOTE: IN NEW CONSTRUCTION, NFPA 72 REQUIRES A
SMOKE DETECTOR LOCATED INSIDE EACH BEDROOM
AS WELL AS A SMOKE DETECTOR ON EACH LEVEL.
MD
Example Residential Security System Floor Plan
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3.
TYPICAL SYSTEM SENSORS
DOOR/WINDOW SENSOR
✦ Sensor mounts on door or window with adjacent
magnet.
✦ Opening door or window moves magnet away,
triggering sensor.
✦ Pressing the case causes sensor to send a test
signal.
✦ Jumper inside for INSTANT or DELAYED alarm
setting.
✦ Press the case for testing, the red transmit light
shows that battery is in good condition.
✦ Internal lithium batteries are monitored by the
Console.
✦ Sends hourly status reports to the Console.
✦ Up to 3 years battery life (depends on frequency of
activation). (UL tested for 1 year minimum.)
✦ Sensor contains internal terminals for connection to
glass break detector and external switches.
WIRELESS KEYPAD
✦ For controlling the system remotely without having
to go to the Console.
✦ Green operation light.
✦ Internal 9-volt battery is monitored by the Console.
✦ Keypad's beeper will buzz during transmissions
when the battery is low.
✦ Up to 3 years battery life (depends on frequency of
activation). (UL tested for 1 year minimum.)
WIRELESS
KEYPAD
✦ Sends hourly status reports to the Console.
✦ Press
✦ Pressing
to activate the automation output.
clears the keypad.
for two seconds sounds the mode
✦ Pressing
Beeps from the Console.
✔ Off Mode: 1 “Gong”.
✔ Chime Mode: 1 “Gong” & 1 “Beep”.
✔ Home Mode: 1 “Gong” & 2 “Beeps”.
✔ Away Mode: 1 “Gong” & 3 “Beeps”.
✔ Test Mode: 1 “Gong” & 4 “Beeps”.
✦ Emergency and fire alarm can be triggered from the
wireless keypad at any time.
✎ UL NOTE: For personal emergency use only. Not
for use as a UL Listed Medical Alert System.
ABOUT SENSOR STATUS SUPERVISION
All DXS Format sensors transmit hourly status reports. All DXT
Format sensors do not transmit hourly status reports. Both sensor
formats can be used with the Console.
When a sensor is programmed into the Console, the system will
set the sensor as non-supervised or supervised. Sensors set as
non-supervised are not expected to send hourly status reports.
Sensors set as supervised are expected to send hourly status
reports. If a status report is not received in 8 hours from a sensor
set as supervised, the TROUBLE indicator will flash.
When sensors are programmed into the Console, ALL STATIONARY
SENSORS ARE SET AS SUPERVISED, ALL PORTABLE
SENSORS ARE SET AS NON-SUPERVISED.
If stationary DXT Format sensors have been programmed into the
Console, be sure to change their setting to non-supervised to prevent
TROUBLE indications. This will not prevent low battery monitoring.
If portable DXS Format sensors have been programmed into the
Console, and the installation requires supervision for specific
portable sensor(s), change the selected portable sensors setting
to supervised.
After programming the sensors, if changes are required, refer to
“Changing a Sensors Supervision” on Page 26 for details on
changing the way a sensor’s supervision is set.
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4.
CONSOLE FEATURES
3
★ Specific indicator will light showing the mode the Console is in.
★ HOME indicator will blink during Secure Exit and Home Instant modes.
★ AWAY indicator will blink during the exit delay in the Away Mode.
5
4
4
POWER LIGHT
★
★
★
★
2
6
★ Blinks when one or more sensors have a low battery.
★ Press for one second to view sensor status. Sensor status indicator for any
sensor with a low battery will light along with the BATTERIES indicator. Any
trouble indications will follow during the five second status cycle.
★ Switch to Test Mode after replacing the sensor battery and completely test the
system (see Test Mode). Switching to Test Mode clears the low battery indication.
1
8
TROUBLE LIGHT
★ Blinks when one or more sensors have not reported status during the eight hour
status time period.
★ Press for one second to view sensor status. Sensor status indicator for any
sensor that has not reported in will light along with the TROUBLE indicator. Any
low battery indications will follow during the five second status cycle.
★ Switch to Test Mode after servicing the sensor and completely test the system
(see Test Mode). Switching to Test Mode clears the trouble indication.
24-HOUR BUTTONS
★ Pressing FIRE for two seconds sounds the fire siren and sends a “fire” message
to a central monitoring station through the digital communicator (if the system is
monitored).
★ Pressing EMERGENCY for two seconds sounds the emergency siren and sends
an “emergency” message to a central monitoring station through the digital
communicator (if the system is monitored).
★ Both work even when system is disarmed.
★ IMPORTANT: For personal emergency use only. Not for use as a UL Listed
Medical Alert System.
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Makes unique sounds for burglary, fire and emergencies.
Alarm sirens stop automatically after five minutes.
Sounds advisory tones to confirm keystrokes from the Console.
Sounds mode selection tones.
Sounds alarm memory tones.
Beeps when Automation Output is activated.
Speaks the system status information when optional VB-2 digital voice synthesis
module is installed.
★ Terminals available for an external siren.
★ Used to operate the system.
OFF
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HOME
★ Home Mode arms the perimeter sensors, but not the interior sensors.
✓ Use this mode when anyone is staying behind.
✓ Interior motion detectors and interior door sensors are not armed.
✓ Home secure mode makes all delayed perimeter sensors instant.
✓ Secure exit mode starts an exit delay while remaining in Home Mode.
✓ Re-entering during the exit delay restarts the exit delay (one time only).
AWAY
★ Away Mode arms the entire system.
✓ Use this mode when leaving home.
✓ Door sensors set for delayed will have a time delay that allows the user to
leave and enter the premises without sounding the alarm.
✓ Re-entering during the exit delay restarts the exit delay (one time only).
✓ Entry Delay Beeps warn the user to disarm the system before the siren
starts.
TEST
★ Test Mode is for testing the system sensors.
✓ All sensor status lights blink when the Test Mode is entered.
✓ Each sensor status light will stop blinking when its sensor is tested.
★ Hold the TEST button down to test all of the Console's indicator lights.
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STATUS INDICATORS
★
★
★
★
CHIME
★ Chime Mode disarms the system.
★ Switching to Chime Mode stops the alarm siren.
✓ Multiple Beeps sound and sensor status indicators flash if an alarm has
occurred.
☞ Multiple Beeps mean caution. AN INTRUDER MAY STILL BE PRESENT.
★ Chime Mode is for monitoring doors and windows.
✓ Use this mode as an “automatic door chime” when at home.
✓ Opening any protected door or window causes the Console to “ding-dong”.
SIREN SPEAKER
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
MODE BUTTONS
★ Off Mode disarms the system.
★ Switching to Off Mode stops the alarm siren.
✓ Multiple Beeps sound and sensor status indicators flash if an alarm has
occurred.
☞ Multiple Beeps mean caution. AN INTRUDER MAY STILL BE PRESENT.
Glows when AC power is on.
Blinks when AC power is off and backup battery is installed.
Blinks when the backup battery is low, recharging or missing.
Off when AC power is off and no backup battery is installed (system disabled).
BATTERIES LIGHT
7
2
CONSOLE STATUS INDICATORS
★ Shows the current status of the Console.
3
1
MODE INDICATORS
7
Indicates the status of each of the system’s sensors.
Lights show which doors and windows are open.
Lights flash to display sensors that have caused an alarm.
Stick-on labels are provided to identify the custom sensor locations.
CASE ACCESS SCREW (HIDDEN)
★ Remove clear display window and sensor identification card to gain access to
the screw.
★ Remove case access screw to unlock case. Case hinges open to the left.
8
KEYPAD
★
★
★
★
★
★
Backlit keys for easy viewing in low light conditions.
For entering the user's user code (numerically or alphabetically).
Used when programming system options.
Press to activate the Automation Output.
Press to clear keypad if the wrong key is pressed.
Press for one second to view sensor battery and supervisory status (see
BATTERIES and TROUBLE indicator description).
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14
15
11
16
12
10
17
18
22
21
19
20
10
AUXILIARY FUSE
★ Type 2AG, 1-amp fuse.
★ Protects the external relay output when used with wet contacts (12 VDC
switched out).
★ Fuse will blow when load exceeds 1 amp.
✎ WARNING: For continued protection against the risk of fire, replace only
with the same type and rating of fuse.
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Terminals for connection to the plug-in AC transformer.
Terminals for connection to an external siren speaker.
Automation Output to connect to an automation controller.
External relay output for “wet” contacts (switched 12 volts) or “dry” contacts
(normally open 1 amp @ 24 volts maximum).
BATTERY FUSE
★ Type 2AG, 3-amp fuse for the backup battery.
★ If the POWER light is flashing and the optional backup battery is installed and
charged, check this fuse.
✎ WARNING: For continued protection against the risk of fire, replace only
with the same type and rating of fuse.
13
TELEPHONE TERMINAL BLOCK
★ Provides telephone connections for the digital communicator.
★ Provides telephone connection for voice prompted telephone remote control
(optional VB-2 digital voice response module required).
★ Provides seized ring and tip connections for local telephone instruments.
Communicator will disconnect local telephones while on-line.
14
RADIO TEST POINTS
★ Used to monitor the Console's radio receiver during troubleshooting.
★ Provides connection for an audio amplifier to listen to the receiver's output.
★ Helpful to determine sources of radio interference.
20 MICROPHONE (WITH MODEL VB-2 INSTALLED ONLY)
★ High sensitivity microphone.
★ Detects room audio when communicator is reporting to the Central Station
in 2-way audio mode (Model VB-2 digital voice synthesis module must be
installed).
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK
★
★
★
★
12
19
21
ANNUNCIATOR VOLUME CONTROL
★ Varies the volume of the advisory tones that come from the speaker.
★ Does not affect internal or external sirens (they are always full volume).
22 DIGITAL VOICE SYNTHESIS MODULE (OPTIONAL)
★ The Model VB-2 gives the Consoles's digital communicator listen-only, manual
2-way and full duplex 2-way audio capability with the Central Station.
★ The module allows remote command of the system using a standard pushbutton
telephone, on or off site.
★ The module provides optional voice prompts from the Console’s speaker.
★ Units programmed for two-way duplex can still be controlled manually by
pressing the “1” or “3” key.
★ The Central Station can now return the unit to two-way duplex by pressing the
“8” key.
INTERNAL SPEAKER CONNECTOR
★ Connects the internal speaker to the Console circuit board.
★ 2-pin connector, non-polarized.
15
ANTENNA TERMINALS
★ Antenna and ground terminals for receiving signals from the system's sensors.
★ Pre-wired to the Console's internal wire dipole antenna.
★ Alternately connects to the Model LA-P local whip and remote antenna kit.
16
OPTIONAL BACKUP BATTERY
★
★
★
★
17
Space for 12-volt, 1.2 amp/hour backup battery. (Highly recommended.)
Backup battery is automatically charged and monitored by the Console.
Backup battery can power the Console for up to 6 hours.
UL NOTE: Normal estimated battery life should be 3 to 4 years.
WIRING ACCESS HOLE
★ Provides access to recessed wiring trough in base of Console.
★ Route cables for power, telephone, external speaker, etc. through this hole.
★ Loop for zip-tie strain relief provided next to hole.
18
WALL-MOUNT SLOTS
★ Used when mounting Console recessed in the wall.
★ Two mounting brackets (supplied) slide through slots and are retained by
screws, clamping the unit to the wall.
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5.
CONSOLE INSTALLATION
CONSOLE LOCATION
✎ NOTE: Wireless sensor signals must be able to
reach the Console.
✔ Try to centrally locate the Console.
✔ Keep Console away from large metal
appliances.
✔ Maximum recommended sensor range is 400
feet (system tested at 1000 feet).
USE A PAPER
CLIP TO REMOVE
THE CLEAR
DISPLAY WINDOW
✎ NOTE: If you don't use the Wireless Keypad, the
Console should be easily accessible to the usual
entrance.
✔ When the Console is set in the Away Mode,
the user has 30 seconds to switch to Off Mode
before the burglary siren sounds.
✎ NOTE: Make sure the Console is in a place where
the alarm can be heard during the night hours.
✔ Optional remote external sirens (up to 150 feet
from the Console) can be used to make alarms
louder and remote the sound location.
REMOVE CASE
LOCKING SCREW TO
ACCESS INTERNAL
COMPONENTS
REMOVE SENSOR
NAMEPLATE TO
ACCESS CASE
SCREW
1. Locate the Console near a 115 VAC outlet that's not
controlled by a light switch.
2. Locate the Console near a telephone outlet (if using
the digital communicator).
CASE LOCKING SCREW
✦ To access the Console’s internal components or
to prepare the Console for wall mounting, the case
locking screw needs removing.
1. Use a paper clip to remove the clear plastic display
window.
2. Remove the sensor number nameplate.
FOR RECESSED
WALL MOUNTING ONLY
CUT A 10" x 6 3/4"
HOLE CENTERED
BETWEEN STUDS
IN MOUNTING WALL
AT A CONVENIENT
HEIGHT
10"
3. Remove the case locking screw.
6 3/4"
WALL MOUNTING
✦ If desired, the Console can be surface mounted or
recessed into the wall.
Surface Mounting
1. For surface mounting, use the Console’s case
bottom as a template and mark the locations for the
four mounting screws.
2. Use four screws and appropriate screw anchors
to temporarily mount the unit to the wall (the unit
will need to be removed to complete the recessed
wiring hook up).
FOR RECESSED
WALL MOUNTING ONLY
SLIDE CONSOLE
INTO WALL OPENING
Recessed Mounting
1. For recessed wall mounting, cut a 10” by 6-3/4”
hole, centered between studs, in the mounting wall
at a convenient height.
2. Slide the unit into the mounting hole and
temporarily secure it with the two retaining clamps
and screws provided (the unit will need to be
removed to complete the recessed wiring hook up).
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FOR RECESSED
WALL MOUNTING ONLY
SECURE CONSOLE
TO WALL USING THE
TWO CLAMPS AND
SCREWS PROVIDED
EXTERNAL CONSOLE SPEAKER CONNECTION
✦ An external console speaker sounds system tones
and alerts occupants with a loud siren during alarm.
EXTERNAL
CONSOLE
SPEAKER
✦ With the VB-2 module installed, the Central Station
can talk to the occupants through the external
console speaker.
✦ Use an 8-ohm, 10 watt minimum rated speaker. Do
not use a horn/siren with a built-in siren driver.
LINEAR SECURITY CONSOLE MODEL DVS-2400
✦ Up to two 8-ohm speakers can be used with each
Console.
✦ Up to 150 feet of 22 AWG wire can be used with
each speaker.
✦ The system tone volume can be adjusted with the
annunciator volume control.
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK
AC
AC
EXT. SPKR(S)
EXT. SPKR
8 OHM/10 WATT
(-)
2 SPKRS MAX.
H/A NOTE: REMOVE
H/A +
JUMPER FOR
RELAY N.O.
EXT. SPEAKERS
RELAY DRY
ANNUNCIATOR
VOLUME
CONTROL
MAIN
TERMINAL
BLOCK
OPTIONAL
VOICE MODULE
MODEL: VB-2
1. Mount the external speaker.
2. Route the speaker wires from the external speaker
to the Console.
3. Open the Console top cover and locate the main
terminal block.
EXTERNAL
CONSOLE
SPEAKER
8 OHM, 10 WATT
MINIMUM
4. Route the speaker wires up through the wiring
access hole.
5. Remove the wire jumper from the EXT. SPKR & (-)
terminals.
6. Connect the speaker wires to the EXT. SPKR & (-)
terminals.
REMOVE
JUMPER
CONNECT SPEAKER LEADS
TO EXT. SPKR & (-) TERMINALS
✎ NOTE: If connecting two external speakers,
connect the second speaker in parallel, to the
same EXT. SPKR & (-) terminals as the first
speaker.
EXTERNAL ALARM SIREN CONNECTION
✦ An external siren alerts occupants and neighbors
with a loud siren during alarm.
EXTERNAL
ALARM
SIREN
✦ Use a 12 volt, 1 amp maximum rated weatherresistant horn speaker with a built-in siren driver. Do
not use a plain speaker.
LINEAR SECURITY CONSOLE MODEL DVS-2400
✎ NOTE: Connection of an electromechanical bell or
motor bell is not recommended because of the radio
interference generated when the bell is running.
✎ UL NOTE: Not for use in UL installations.
1. Mount the external siren.
2. Route the wires from the external siren to the
Console.
MAIN
TERMINAL
BLOCK
OPTIONAL
VOICE MODULE
MODEL: VB-2
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK
AC
AC
EXT. SPKR
EXTERNAL SIREN
(-)
12 VDC 1 AMP
H/A MAXIMUM
H/A +
RELAY N.O.
RELAY DRY
3. Open the Console top cover and locate the main
terminal strip.
4. Route the siren wires up through the wiring access
hole.
EXTERNAL
ALARM RELAY
12 VDC 1 AMP
MAXIMUM
5. Connect the siren wires to the RELAY N.O. & (-)
terminals.
✎ NOTE: By removing the Console’s auxiliary fuse,
the relay contacts will become isolated. Use the
RELAY N.O. & RELAY DRY terminals to switch an
externally powered load.
CONNECT SIREN LEADS TO
(-) & RELAY N.O. TERMINALS
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TELEPHONE LINE CONNECTION
✦ Connect the Console to the telephone line if the
system is monitored, requires 2-way audio, or
requires telephone remote command.
TELEPHONE
TERMINAL LINEAR SECURITY CONSOLE MODEL DVS-2400
BLOCK
TELEPHONE TERMINAL BLOCK
SEIZED RING
SEIZED TIP
✦ Telephone RING & TIP terminals are for connection
to the incoming telephone line.
1. Install a USOC RJ31-X or RJ38-X jack to the
telephone system near the Console.
2. Route an appropriate modular telephone line cord
from the jack to the Console.
SEIZED SEIZED
LINE
TIP (T1) RING (R1) TIP (T)
TO PHONE
LINE
LINE
RING (R)
DVS-2400
TELEPHONE
TERMINAL
BLOCK
BROWN
RED
3. Route the line cord through the Console’s wiring
access hole.
GREEN
GRAY
8-PIN
MODULAR
PHONE CORD
4. Connect the incoming telephone line wires to the
Console's telephone terminal block TIP and RING
terminals.
5. Connect the local telephone set wires to the
Console’s telephone terminal block SEIZED TIP
and SEIZED RING terminals.
TO LOCAL
PHONES
OPTIONAL
VOICE MODULE
MODEL: VB-2
R
T
R1
T1
✦ Seized telephone ring & tip are for connection
to local telephone sets. When the communicator
activates, all the local telephone sets will be
disconnected to prevent an off-hook telephone on
the premises from blocking the communicator call.
TIP
RING
BLUE, ORANGE
BLACK, AND
YELLOW NOT
USED
8-POSITION
USOC RJ31-X
(OR RJ38-X)
JACK
R1
1
R
2
3
4
T
5
R
6
7
8
SHORTING BAR
SHORT REMOVED
ON PLUG
INSERTION
T1
TO LOCAL
TELEPHONE
SETS
T
TO TELEPHONE
NETWORK
✦ When directly connecting (without a telephone line)
to the DVS-2400 with the RA-2400 remote access
software (Version 1.3 or later), disconnect the incoming
telephone line and connect the modem to the panel's
TIP and RING terminals (with the modem's red & green
phone line wires). Press the EMERGENCY key while
in Test Mode to cause the panel to connect to the
modem.
T1
R1
CONNECT TELEPHONE LINE
TO THE TELEPHONE
TERMINAL BLOCK
AUTOMATION OUTPUT CONNECTION (OPTIONAL)
✦ The Console provides a Automation Output to
control lights, devices and appliances.
LINEAR SECURITY CONSOLE MODEL DVS-2400
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK
AC
AC
LIGHT EMITTING
EXT. SPKR
DIODE (L.E.D.)
(-)
H/A H/A +
RELAY N.O.
RELAY DRY
✦ Automation Output can connect to most popular
home automation devices and other simple
electronic devices (see figure).
✦ Press
to turn the Automation Output on, press
again to turn it off.
MAIN
TERMINAL
BLOCK
OPTIONAL
VOICE MODULE
MODEL: VB-2
POSITIVE H/A TERMINAL PROVIDES
+12 VOLTS DC AND IS CURRENT
LIMITED AT 30 MILLIAMPS MAXIMUM
Programmable Options
✦ There are many programmable options for the
Automation Output.
✦ The Automation Output can be programmed for a
variety of useful functions, such as: flashing during
alarm, flashing after an alarm, on while armed, or,
on during exit/entry delays.
EXAMPLE AUTOMATION OUTPUT HOOK-UPS
X-10
✦ See the “Advanced Programming” section of this
manual for details on changing the function of the
Automation Output.
X-10
BURGLAR ALARM
INTERFACE
(CAN CONTROL
HOUSE LIGHTS
THROUGH X-10
SYSTEM)
LINEAR RB-90
RELAY MODULE
YOUR
LOAD
LIGHT
EMITTING
DIODE
(L.E.D.)
POWER
SOURCE
H/A +
10
MINUS H/A TERMINAL WILL SWITCH
TO GROUND WHEN AUTOMATION
OUTPUT IS ACTIVATED
H/A -
H/A +
H/A -
H/A +
H/A -
CONSOLE POWER CONNECTION
✦ The Console is powered by a low voltage plug-in
transformer.
✦ Use up to 25 feet of 20 AWG or larger
two-conductor wire to connect the transformer to
the Console.
1. Route the power wires from the plug-in transformer
to the Console.
LINEAR SECURITY CONSOLE MODEL DVS-2400
MAIN
TERMINAL
BLOCK
OPTIONAL
VOICE MODULE
MODEL: VB-2
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK
AC
AC
EXT. SPKR
PLUG-IN TRANSFORMER
(-)
16 VAC, 28 VA
H/A H/A +
RELAY N.O.
RELAY DRY
2. Connect the wires to the transformer terminals (do
not plug the transformer in until the wiring is
complete).
3. Route the power wires through the Console's wiring
access hole.
4. Connect the power wires from the transformer
to the Console's main terminal block AC & AC
terminals.
5. Secure all of the wires entering the Console with a
zip-tie to the Console’s strain relief loop.
6. Plug transformer into an unswitched AC outlet.
7. Secure transformer with screw to prevent
unplugging.
CONNECT TRANSFORMER LEADS
TO AC POWER TERMINALS
PLUG TRANSFORMER
INTO 115 VAC OUTLET
THAT IS NOT CONTROLED
BY A LIGHT SWITCH
SCREW
115 VAC
OUTLET
TRANSFORMER
BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION (OPTIONAL)
✦ A 12-volt backup battery may be installed and is
highly recommended.
✦ The backup battery will power the Console for up to
6 hours during AC power loss.
✦ The backup battery is automatically charged by the
Console when AC power is present.
SLIDE BACKUP BATTERY
INTO BATTERY CLAMPS
✦ A low backup battery will cause the Console POWER
indicator to flash as it is being charged.
1. To install the battery, slide the battery between the
retaining clamps and under the battery holder.
2. Position the battery until the clamps snap in place.
The battery terminals should be facing the center of
the Console case bottom.
3. Connect the black battery lead to the negative
battery terminal.
CONNECT RED BATTERY LEAD TO RED TERMINAL
CONNECT BLACK BATTERY LEAD TO BLACK TERMINAL
4. Connect the red battery lead to the positive battery
terminal.
✎ WARNING: DO NOT REVERSE THE BATTERY
LEADS! THE BATTERY FUSE WILL BLOW.
CAUTION: DO NOT REVERSE BATTERY LEADS
BATTERY FUSE WILL BLOW
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6.
BASIC CONSOLE PROGRAMMING
✦ In a new installation, when power is first applied
the system's master user code is “1234”.
CREATE THE MASTER USER CODE
✎ NOTE: Local programming must be entered on
the Console's keypad, not on a wireless remote
keypad.
(clears keypad if any other keys have
1. Press
been pressed).
2. Place the Console in Test Mode (enter 1234 and
press TEST.
✴ A “gong” and four “beeps” will sound.
3. Enter the Setup Mode from Test Mode, enter 1234
then press TEST again.
✴ A “gong” and five “beeps” will sound. The system is now in
Test Mode.
4. Enter 99 then press HOME.
5. Enter any combination of 1-5 digits for the master
user code, then press AWAY.
✎ NOTE: For maximum security, a three to five digit
code is recommended.
6. Press and hold the OFF key for 3 seconds to exit
program mode.
7. Test the new master user code by entering it then
pressing TEST.
ENTERING
SETUP
MODE
SETTING A
NEW MASTER
USER CODE
START IN OFF
START IN SETUP
CLEARS
KEYPAD
PROGRAMMING
STEP #99
DEFAULT
MASTER
USER
CODE
PROGRAM
NEW
MASTER
USER
CODE
1 GONG &
4 BEEPS
(TEST MODE)
DEFAULT
MASTER
USER
CODE
STORE
CODE
HOLD FOR
3 SECONDS
TO EXIT
SETUP
8. Log the master user code in the box below.
MASTER USER CODE:
✎ NOTE: The master user code can be used to enter
Setup Mode. The restricted user codes cannot. To
create restricted user codes, see the “Advanced
Programming” section of this manual.
PROGRAM THE SENSORS INTO THE CONSOLE’S MEMORY
✦ Each wireless sensor that is going to be used
with the Console must be programmed into the
Console’s memory.
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
(SETUP MODE)
START IN TEST
1. Start with the Console in Test Mode (enter any user
code and press TEST).
MASTER
USER
CODE
2. Enter the Setup Mode from Test Mode, enter the
master user code then press TEST again.
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound.
✴ The sensor status indicators will light for any sensors
programmed into the Console.
3. Enter an unused sensor number from 01-24 (you
must enter two digits, example: 5 = 05).
✴ The sensor indicator light will flash for the sensor number
selected.
4. Activate the sensor by sending a test or alarm
signal (be sure the sensor's battery is connected or
that its battery protection strip is removed).
✴ A single “Bing” tone will sound and the sensor status
indicator for that sensor will stay lit.
5. Enter another sensor number or exit Setup Mode by
pressing the OFF key for three seconds.
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DONE
TEST
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
NEW
SENSOR
NUMBER
ACTIVATE
SENSOR
DONE
PROGRAMMING DIFFERENT SENSOR TYPES
✦ Follow the instructions on the previous page to
select a sensor number to program the sensor into.
✎ NOTE: A sensor can be programmed into more
than one location. Be sure to choose an UNUSED
sensor number. If a sensor gets entered into more
than one location, delete the duplicates using the
remove sensor function.
✦ To add DXS-10 wireless keypads, press and hold the
key until programmed into the Console.
keypad's
✦ For DXS-31 and DXS-32 door/window sensors,
move the magnet away from the side of the sensor.
✎ IMPORTANT NOTE: The DXS-31 & DXS-32 door/
window sensors are pre-set at the factory for
delayed burglary response. If the sensor is going
to be used on a non-entry portal (window, sliding
glass door, etc.) a jumper can be changed in the
sensor to select instant response. The jumper
should be changed before programming the
sensor so the Console will assign the sensor to
the proper sensor function. See the “Basic Sensor
Installation” section of this manual or the sensor’s
instructions for details on changing the jumper.
✦ For DXS-81, DXS-91, DXS-54, & DXS-73
accessory sensors, simply send a test transmission
(refer to the sensor's instructions for details on
sending a test transmission).
✦ For DXT-61, DXT-21, DXS-21, DXT-41, & DXS-62A
single-button remotes, simply press the unit's button.
✎ NOTE: After the Console recognizes the
transmitter, single-button remotes must be
re-programmed as “panic buttons” or home
automation controllers. Refer to the “Customizing
the System” section of this manual.
✦ For DXT-23, DXS-23, & DXT-42 multi-button
remotes: Learn the transmitter by pressing the left
button. The remote will arm the Console with the left
button and disarm with the right button. Labels are
provided with the DXT-42 for identifying the buttons.
✎ NOTE: After the Console “learns” the transmitter,
multi-button remotes can easily be re-programmed
to have the left button arm/disarm the Console
and the right button activate/deactivate the Home
Automation output. Refer to the “Advanced
Programming” section of this manual.
SEND SIGNAL WITH LEFT BUTTON
For All Models:
✴ A single “Bing” tone will sound and the sensor status
indicator will stay lit when the sensor is programmed into the
Console.
✴ A “Buzz” tone will sound if there is already another sensor
programmed to that sensor number.
key then press
✦ Exit Setup Mode by pressing the
OFF for three seconds. Reminder: The Console will
automatically exit the Setup Mode and return to Off
Mode after three minutes of keypad inactivity.
LEFT = ARM/DISARM
RIGHT = AUTOMATION
✎ NOTE: To remove sensors from the Control Panel's
memory, see the “Customizing the System”
section of this manual.
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7.
BASIC SENSOR INSTALLATION
✦ Each accessory sensor is packaged with its own
set of installation instructions specific to the model
of sensor.
✦ Refer to the sensor's instructions for details on
installing, operating, and testing of the sensor.
FROM TOP OF CASE TWIST
SCREWDRIVER BETWEEN
CASE HALVES UNTIL IT
POPS OPEN
✦ Following are basic instructions for installing two
popular DVS-2400 accessories: The Model DXS-10
Wireless Remote Keypad and the Model DXS-31 or
DXS-32 Door/Window Transmitters.
DXS-10 WIRELESS KEYPAD
✦ The DXS-10 is used to remotely command the
Console.
✦ The keypad can be simply set on a table or
mounted to a flat surface.
CONNECT BATTERY
TO BATTERY CLIPS
TABLE-TOP USE
✦ Four anti-mar pads are provided as a scratch
deterrent “feet” for the keypad.
✎ NOTE: Do not use the adhesive “feet” if the keypad
is going to be wall mounted.
1. Peel off the adhesive tape backing on the pads and
stick them to the back of the keypad.
✦ The wireless keypad can be used as a portable
keypad. Because of the hourly supervisory
transmissions, if the unit is taken out of range from
the Console for more than eight hours, the Console
will indicate “radio trouble” for the keypad. The
keypad's sensor number can be programmed for
“non-supervised” if required. See the “Advanced
Programming” section of this manual.
USE THE FOUR SCRATCH
DETERRENT PADS PROVIDED
FOR TABLE-TOP USE
WALL MOUNT USE
✦ The wireless keypad can be wall mounted in a
convenient location.
1. Open the keypad by inserting a small screwdriver in
one of the top slots in the keypad case. Gently twist
the screwdriver until the case pops open.
2. Attach the rear case to the wall using the two
screws provided.
✎ NOTE: For best signal transmission, the keypad
should be mounted at least three feet above
ground level.
3. Hook the top edge of the keypad case together and
snap the keypad onto the rear case.
✎ WARNING: The wireless keypad is designed for
indoor use only.
ATTACH REAR CASE TO WALL
WITH THE TWO SCREWS PROVIDED
MOUNT AT A CONVENIENT
LOCATION NEAR PRIMARY
ENTRY/EXIT DOOR
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DXS-31 & DXS-32 DOOR/WINDOW SENSORS
✦ The DXS-31 and DXS-32 sensors can be used
to monitor doors, windows, cabinets, crawl space
doors, gates, freezer doors, and many other moving
objects that could be used for intrusion or need to
be monitored.
✦ A built-in magnetic switch triggers the sensor when
its magnet (mounted on the moving part or the door
or window) moves away from the sensor.
EXAMPLE INSTALLATION (WITH DXS-31 SHOWN)
LEFT OPENING DOOR
SLIDING WINDOW
TRANSMITTER
MOUNTED ON
DOOR JAMB
MAGNET MOUNTED
ON WINDOW FRAME
(NOTE: SMALL END
OF TRANSMITTER UP)
MAGNET
MOUNTED
ON DOOR
TRANSMITTER
MOUNTED ON
WINDOW SILL
RIGHT OPENING DOOR
✦ The DXS-31 sensor can be wired to external
normally closed switches for remote triggering.
DOUBLE-HUNG
WINDOW
TRANSMITTER
MOUNTED ON
WINDOW FRAME
TRANSMITTER
MOUNTED ON
DOOR JAMB
✦ The DXS-31 sensor can connect directly to a glass
break detector.
(NOTE: SMALL END
OF TRANSMITTER DOWN)
MAGNET
MOUNTED
ON WINDOW
SASH STILE
MAGNET MOUNTED
ON DOOR
SET SENSOR JUMPER
✦ A jumper inside the door/window sensor selects
instant or delayed response.
1A. If the sensor is going to be used on the primary
entry/exit door make sure that the jumper is in the
DELAY position.
1B. If the sensor is going to be used on a window or
a door that is not going to be used to enter and
exit the premises, set the jumper to the INSTANT
position.
CHOOSE MOUNTING METHOD
2A. Apply double-stick tape (supplied) to back of
sensors and magnets.
INSTANT/DELAY
OPTION JUMPER
ANTENNA
MAGNET
ALIGNMENT
MARK
INPUT
SELECT
JUMPER
TWO TYPE 2032
BATTERIES
BATTERY
CLAMP
SCREW
TRANSMIT
INDICATOR
BATTERY CLAMP
TEST
SWITCH
EXTERNAL
INPUT
TERMINALS
INSTANT/DELAY
OPTION JUMPER
SELECTS
INSTANT
2B. Screws are also provided to mount sensors
and magnets. Screws are preferred over the
double-stick tape in permanent installations.
✎ UL NOTE: Double-stick tape is not allowed in UL
installations.
SELECTS
DELAY
ATTACH SENSORS AND MAGNETS
✦ Allow a maximum of 1/2" between magnet and
sensor when door/window is closed.
✦ The magnet height is adjustable and an optional
magnet spacer is provided for uneven surfaces.
ATTACH MOUNTING PLATES
USING THE SCREWS OR
DOUBLE-STICK TAPE PROVIDED
3B. On doors, mount sensor to door frame and
magnet to door.
3B. On windows, mount sensor to window frame and
magnet to window.
✎ NOTE: Magnet must line up with mark on sensor
case both horizontally & vertically.
4. Snap sensor onto mounting plate.
NOTE: ATTACHING THE TRANSMITTER WITH DOUBLE-STICK
TAPE IS NOT ALLOWED IN UL INSTALLATIONS
TEST SENSORS
✴ In Chime Mode, the Console should “ding-dong” when the
sensor sends a signal.
1. PLACE RECEIVER INTO
PROGRAM OR "LEARN" MODE
2. ACTIVATE TRANSMITTER
BY OPENING DOOR OR
WINDOW
5. Open door or window.
3. VERIFY THAT THE
RECEIVER ACCEPTED THE
SIGNAL
✴ Verify that light on the sensor (if there is one) glows
momentarily when door/window is opened.
4. REPLACE TRANSMITTER
COVER WHEN FINISHED
✴ Status indicator on the Console should remain lit for each
door/window sensor that is left open.
OPEN DOOR, TRANSMIT
INDICATOR SHOULD LIGHT
NOTE: THE TRANSMIT
INDICATOR WILL ONLY LIGHT
DURING TRANSMISSIONS
WHEN THE CASE IS OPEN
(EXCEPT WHEN PUSHING
THE CASE FOR TESTING)
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8.
CUSTOMIZING THE CONSOLE
✦ The Console can be customized for the specific
installation.
USE SENSOR
LABELS PROVIDED
✦ A label sheet with sensor location names is
provided with the Console.
✦ Labeling the sensors allows quick and easy
identification of where a door or window is open,
where any alarms have occurred, where a sensor
with a low battery is, or where a sensor with trouble
is.
LABELING THE SENSORS
1. Use a paper clip to remove the clear display
window.
WRITE IN SPECIAL
LOCATIONS ON
BLANK LABELS
BEND TABS DOWN
AND INSERT IN
SLOTS
2. Bend down the tabs on the sensor number card
and fit it onto the Console.
3. Open one protected door/window to light its sensor
status light on the Console.
4. Choose a label that describes the sensor location,
or write the location on a blank label, and stick it in
the area to the right of the sensor light.
5. Close the protected opening that you just labeled.
6. Repeat for each protected opening.
7. Stick the WIRELESS KEYPAD label in the sensor
number location for the wireless keypad (if used).
8. Replace the clear display window when finished.
OPEN DOOR
OR WINDOW
TO LIGHT
SENSOR STATUS
INDICATOR
ON CONSOLE
APPLY SENSOR IDENTIFICATION
LABELS TO THE APPROPRIATE
SENSOR LOCATIONS
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9.
CONSOLE OPERATING MODES
OFF MODE
✦ Use this mode to disarm the burglary portion of the
system.
✦ Switching to Off Mode stops any alarms in
progress.
✦ The 24-hour functions are still active in Off Mode
and can be triggered by pressing the FIRE or
EMERGENCY button.
OFF MODE
START HERE
(OPTIONAL)
1. Switch to Off Mode by entering the user code, and
pressing OFF.
✴ When the system is disarmed to Off Mode, the Console will
sound one “Gong”.
YOUR
USER
CODE
✴ If an alarm has occurred, multiple Beeps will sound after
disarming and the sensor indicator for the sensor(s) that
caused the alarm will flash.
✎ NOTE: In Off Mode, protected doors and windows
cannot trigger the burglary alarm.
OFF
1 GONG
DONE
CHIME MODE
CHIME MODE
✦ Chime Mode is for monitoring entries and exits
without causing alarms.
START HERE
(OPTIONAL)
✦ Use Chime Mode as an “automatic door chime”
when at home.
✴ Opening any protected door or window causes the Console
to sound a “ding-dong”.
YOUR
USER
CODE
1A. Select the Chime Mode by entering a user code,
then press CHIME.
1B. The user can enter Chime Mode from Off Mode
by pressing CHIME for two seconds.
✴ When the system is switched to the Chime Mode, the
keypad(s) will sound a “Gong” and one “Beep”.
✦ Switching to Chime Mode disarms the system
and stops any alarms in progress.
✴ If an alarm has occurred, multiple Beeps will sound after
disarming and the sensor indicator for the sensor(s) that
caused the alarm will flash.
✎ NOTE: In Chime Mode, protected doors and
windows cannot trigger the burglary alarm.
CHIME
1 GONG
& 1 BEEP
DONE
START IN OFF
HOLD
DOWN
CHIME
1 GONG
& 1 BEEP
DONE
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HOME MODE
✦ Use this mode when sleeping or when anyone is
staying inside.
✦ Home Mode causes an instant alarm when any
perimeter sensor is triggered.
MANUAL BYPASSING OF SENSORS
✦ Manual bypassing of sensors in the Home Mode
allows arming of the system at night with open
windows, while still having perimeter protection with
other closed doors and windows.
1. The Console will resist arming with open door or
window sensors.
✦ Home Mode causes a delayed alarm when any exit/
entry sensor is triggered (except in Home Instant
Mode when they are instant).
✴ Four high-low Beeps to warn the user that something is
open and the system will remain in the previous mode.
✦ Alarm siren stops automatically after five minutes
and the system will remain armed.
✴ Lit sensor status indicators show which sensors are open.
✦ Home Mode ignores all interior sensors (motion
detectors, etc.).
2. To manually bypass the open sensors, arm the
system again within five seconds.
✴ A “Gong” and two “Beeps” will sound, the HOME indicator
will light, and the open sensors will be bypassed.
1A. Arm to Home Mode by entering a user code, and
pressing HOME.
✎ WARNING: Bypassed sensors cannot cause an
alarm. Closing the sensor removes the bypass.
1B. The user can “Quick Arm” to Home Mode from Off
or Chime Mode by pressing HOME for two seconds.
(Quick arming can be disabled; see the “Advanced
Programming” section of this manual.)
✴ When the system is armed to the Home Mode, the
keypad(s) will sound a “Gong” and two “Beeps”.
2. Enter a user code and press OFF or CHIME to disarm
from Home Mode and/or stop the alarm siren.
✴ If an alarm has occurred, multiple Beeps will sound after
disarming and the sensor indicator for the sensor(s) that
caused the alarm will flash (switch to Off Mode again or
re-arm the system to stop the flashing alarm memory light).
SECURE EXIT
1. If the system is already in the Home Mode and
the user wants to exit the premises while leaving
someone inside with the system still in Home Mode,
enter a user code and press the HOME key.
HOME MODE
SECURE EXIT
START IN OFF
OR CHIME MODE
START IN
HOME MODE
✴ The HOME light will blink for 60 seconds. No exit delay
Beeps will sound during the Exit Delay.
2A. The user can leave through a door with a delayed
perimeter sensor during the 60 second Exit Delay
without causing the Console to begin an Entry
Delay.
(OPTIONAL)
(OPTIONAL)
YOUR
USER
CODE
YOUR
USER
CODE
2B. Re-entering during the silent Exit Delay will
extend the Exit Delay another 60 seconds (one
time only).
✎ NOTE: The Exit Delay time can be changed; see the
“Advanced Programming” section of this manual.
HOME INSTANT MODE
1. If the system is already in the Home Mode and the
user wants to make all exit/entry sensors instant,
press HOME for two seconds.
✴ Two “Gongs” and two “Beeps” will sound and the HOME
light will blink continuously.
2. Because all exit/entry sensors will now cause an
instant alarm when in Home Mode, the Console
must be disarmed before opening any exit/entry
delay door.
✎ NOTE: If quick arming is disabled the Home Instant
Mode is unavailable.
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HOME
1 GONG
& 2 BEEPS
DONE
QUICK ARM
START IN OFF
OR CHIME MODE
HOLD
DOWN
1 GONG
& 2 BEEPS
DONE
HOME
HOME
1 GONG
& 2 BEEPS
DONE
HOME INSTANT
MODE
START IN
HOME MODE
HOLD
DOWN
HOME
2 GONGS
& 2 BEEPS
DONE
AWAY MODE
✦ Use this mode when no one will be staying home.
✦ Each burglary sensor can trigger the siren once per
arming period.
✦ Away Mode causes an instant alarm when any
perimeter sensor is triggered.
✦ Away Mode causes a delayed alarm when any
exit/entry sensor is triggered.
✦ Away Mode causes an instant alarm when any
interior sensors (motion detectors, etc.) are
triggered. The interior sensors will be delayed if a
perimeter delayed sensor is triggered first.
✦ Alarm siren stops automatically after five minutes
and the system will remain armed.
1A. Arm to Away Mode by entering a user code, and
pressing AWAY.
MANUAL BYPASSING OF SENSORS
✦ Manual bypassing of sensors in the Away Mode
allows arming of the system with open doors and
windows, while still having perimeter protection with
other closed doors and windows.
1. The Console will resist arming with open door or
window sensors.
✴ Four high-low Beeps to warn the user that something is
open and the system will remain in the previous mode.
✴ Lit sensor status indicators show which sensors are open.
2. To manually bypass the open sensors, arm the
system again within five seconds.
✴ A “Gong” and three “Beeps” will sound, the AWAY indicator
will light, and the open sensors will be bypassed.
✎ WARNING: Bypassed sensors cannot cause an
alarm. Closing the sensor removes the bypass.
1B. The user can “Quick Arm” to Away Mode from
Home, Chime or Off Mode by pressing AWAY for two
seconds. (Quick arming can be disabled; see the
“Advanced Programming” section of this manual.)
EXIT DELAY (For Leaving the Premises)
✴ When the system is armed to the Away Mode, the Console
will sound a “Gong” and three “Beeps”.
✴ During the 60 second Exit Delay, the Console will sound
“Beeps” (double Beeps last 10 seconds) and the AWAY light
will blink.
2A. The Exit Delay gives the user 60 seconds to
leave the premises through an exit/entry door
without triggering an alarm.
AWAY MODE
START HERE
(OPTIONAL)
2B. Re-entering during the Exit Delay will extend the
Exit Delay another 60 seconds (one time only).
✴ When the Exit Delay is over, the Console will sound one
“Gong” to warn the user that the system is fully armed.
YOUR
USER
CODE
✎ NOTE: The Exit Delay time can be changed; see the
“Advanced Programming” section of this manual.
ENTRY DELAY (For Entering the Premises)
3A. The Entry Delay gives the user 30 seconds to
enter the premises through an exit/entry door
without triggering an alarm.
3B. If a exit/entry sensor is triggered, starting the
Entry Delay, the interior sensors will also become
delayed (this allows motion in the premises
during the Entry Delay).
✴ During the 30 second Entry Delay, the Console will sound
“Beeps”.
4. When the Entry Delay is over, the Console will
go into full alarm and sound the siren if it is not
disarmed to the Off or Chime Mode.
✴ If an alarm has occurred while the user was gone, multiple
Beeps will sound after disarming and the sensor light for
the sensor(s) that caused the alarm will flash (switch to
Off Mode again or re-arm the Console to stop the flashing
alarm memory light).
AWAY
1 GONG
& 3 BEEPS
DONE
QUICK ARM
START HERE
HOLD
DOWN
AWAY
1 GONG
& 3 BEEPS
DONE
✎ NOTE: The Entry Delay time can be changed; see the
“Advanced Programming” section of this manual.
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✎ NOTE: If the Console is left unattended in Test
Mode, it will automatically switch back to Off Mode
after three minutes.
TEST MODE
✦ Even though this is a self-monitoring supervised
system, the National Burglar and Fire Alarm
Association recommends that all security systems
should be tested manually on a regular basis.
✦ When directly connecting (without a telephone
line) to the DVS-2400 with the RA-2400 remote
access software (Version 1.3 or later), press the
EMERGENCY key while in Test Mode to cause the
Console to connect to the modem.
1. The Console must be in Off Mode before switching
to Test Mode.
2. Switch the Console into Test Mode by entering a
user code and pressing TEST.
✴ When the system is switched to the Test Mode, the Console
will sound a “Gong” and four “Beeps”.
TEST MODE
3. Holding down the TEST button in Test Mode will light
all of the Console’s indicators.
START IN OFF
✴ The sensor status indicators will flash for each sensor
programmed into the Console.
(OPTIONAL)
4. Go to each sensor and press its test button or open
and close the protected opening.
YOUR
USER
CODE
5. To test the wireless keypad, press the wireless
keypad’s
key.
✴ The Console will make a “Bing” sound as each sensor is
tested, followed by 1-3 beeps indicating signal strength with
3 beeps being the strongest signal.
✴ As each sensor is tested, the sensor status indicator for the
sensor will stop flashing and return to showing the current
status of the sensor.
1 GONG
& 4 BEEPS
TEST
DONE
6. Continue testing until there are no flashing sensor
status indicators.
SENSOR OPERATION IN EACH CONSOLE MODE
SENSOR TYPE
OFF MODE
CHIME MODE
HOME MODE
AUTOMATION
ACTIVATES AND DEACTIVATES THE AUTOMATION OUTPUT
EMERGENCY
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS EMERGENCY ALARM
PANIC
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS SILENT PANIC ALARM
FIRE
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS FIRE ALARM
AWAY MODE
PERIMETER
DEACTIVATED
CHIME
INSTANT BURGLARY ALARM
EXIT/ENTRY
DEACTIVATED
CHIME
DELAYED BURGLARY ALARM
INTERIOR
DEACTIVATED
DEACTIVATED
CHIME
DEACTIVATED
INSTANT BURGLARY ALARM UNLESS
ACTIVATED DURING AN ENTRY
DELAY, THEN IT IS DELAYED
CHIME
2-BUTTON ARM/DISARM (LEFT)
2-BUTTON AUTOMATION (RIGHT)
EMERGENCY (BOTH BUTTONS)
LEFT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO AWAY MODE †
IF ALARM MEMORY IS ACTIVE, SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
LEFT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
2-BUTTON ARM (LEFT)
2-BUTTON DISARM (RIGHT)
EMERGENCY (BOTH BUTTONS)
LEFT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO AWAY MODE †
IF ALARM MEMORY IS ACTIVE, SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
RIGHT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
ENVIRONMENTAL
INTERIOR HOME
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS ANNUNCIATION ONLY
DEACTIVATED
DEACTIVATED
† CAN BE HOME MODE USING PROGRAMMING STEP 50
‡ CAN BE CHIME MODE USING PROGRAMMING STEP 51
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Console Zone Table
INSTANT BURGLARY ALARM
10. SYSTEM TROUBLE INDICATIONS
✦ The DVS-2400 Console is a self-monitoring
supervised wireless system.
✦ If the Console detects a problem with any of the
supervised system sensors or with its power, it
will display the appropriate trouble indication and,
if monitored, report the trouble to the Central
Station through the communicator (depending on
communicator programming).
CONSOLE LOW BATTERY
✦ The Console constantly charges and monitors the
optional backup battery (if installed).
✦ If the backup battery condition is abnormal, the
Console's POWER light will indicate the trouble.
✴ The POWER indicator normally glows when AC power is on.
✴ With a charged backup battery installed, if the Console
looses AC power, the POWER indicator will dim as the
Console runs on the backup battery.
POWER INDICATOR
ON WITH AC POWER AND
CHARGED BACKUP BATTERY
BLINKS WITH LOW,
RECHARGING OR MISSING
BACKUP BATTERY
DIM WHEN AC POWER IS
ABSENT AND CONSOLE IS
RUNNING ON BACKUP BATTERY
✴ If the backup battery is low, recharging, or not installed, the
POWER indicator blinks when AC power is present.
✴ If the AC power is off and no backup battery is installed, the
POWER indicator will be off (in this case, the system has no
power and is disabled).
✦ Normal battery life for the type of backup battery
used in the Console is 3-4 years. If the battery does
not take a charge in 72 hours, it should be replaced.
SENSOR LOW BATTERIES
✴ If the BATTERIES indicator on the Console blinks, one or
more sensors have a low battery.
1. Press
for one second to view sensor status. The
sensor status indicator for any sensor with a low
battery will light along with the BATTERIES indicator.
Any trouble indications will follow during the five
second status cycle.
BATTERIES INDICATOR
BLINKS WHEN ONE OR MORE
SENSORS HAVE A LOW
BATTERY
LIGHTS WITH SENSOR
INDICATOR DURING LOW
BATTERY STATUS CHECK
(PRESS FOR 1 SECOND)
2. Replace the sensor's battery as described in its
instructions.
3. Switch to Test Mode after replacing the sensor
battery and completely test the system (see Test
Mode). Switching to Test Mode clears the low
battery indication.
SENSOR RADIO TROUBLE
✴ When the TROUBLE indicator blinks, one or more sensors
have not reported status during the eight hour status time
window.
1. Press
for one second to view sensor status.
The sensor status indicator for any sensor that has
not reported in will light along with the TROUBLE
indicator. Any low battery indications will follow
during the five second status cycle.
TROUBLE INDICATOR
BLINKS WHEN ONE OR MORE
SENSORS HAVE NOT
REPORTED STATUS DURING
THE EIGHT HOUR STATUS TIME
WINDOW
LIGHTS WITH SENSOR
INDICATOR DURING
TRANSMITTER STATUS CHECK
(PRESS FOR 1 SECOND)
2. Switch to Test Mode after servicing the sensor and
completely test the system (see Test Mode). Switching
to Test Mode clears the trouble indication.
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11. CUSTOMIZING THE SYSTEM
✦ Adding additional sensors will increase the
protection provided by the system.
✦ All ground-level perimeter openings and accessible
upper-story openings need protection.
✦ Motion detectors can protect interior areas and
areas where valuables are kept.
ADDING SENSORS TO THE SYSTEM
1. Always start with the Console in Test Mode (enter a
user code and press TEST).
2. Enter the master user code then press TEST.
START IN TEST
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound.
✴ The sensor status indicators will light for each sensor
programmed into the Console.
MASTER
USER
CODE
3. Enter an unused sensor number from 01-24 (you
must enter two digits, example: 5 = 05).
✎ NOTE: A sensor can be programmed into more
than one location. Be sure to choose an UNUSED
sensor number. If a sensor gets entered into more
than one location, delete the duplicates using the
remove sensor function.
TEST
✴ The sensor status indicator light will flash for the sensor
number selected.
NEW
SENSOR
NUMBER
4. Activate the sensor. (To add a wireless keypad,
press the keypad's
key.)
✴ A “Bing” tone will sound when the sensor is programmed
into the Console and the sensor status indicator will stay lit.
✴ A “Buzz” tone will sound if there is already another sensor
programmed to that sensor number.
5. Enter another sensor number, or exit Setup Mode by
pressing the
key then press OFF for three seconds.
REMOVING SENSORS FROM THE SYSTEM
✦ If a previously programmed sensor isn't going to be
used with the system anymore, or it's a duplicate that
has been entered into more than one sensor location,
it should be removed from the Console's memory.
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
ACTIVATE
SENSOR
DONE
START IN TEST
MASTER
USER
CODE
1. Start with the Console in Test Mode.
2. Enter the master user code then press TEST.
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound.
✴ The sensor status indicators will light for each sensor
programmed into the Console.
3. Enter the sensor number (from 01-24) that you want
to remove (you must enter two digits, example: 5 =
05).
TEST
SENSOR
NUMBER
TO REMOVE
✴ The sensor status indicator light will flash for the sensor
number selected.
4. Press TEST.
✴ A “Bing” tone will sound when the sensor has been removed
and the sensor status indicator will turn off.
5. Enter another sensor number, or exit Setup Mode by
pressing the
key then press OFF for three seconds.
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1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
TEST
1 BING
DONE
MAKING A SENSOR A 24-HOUR DOOR CHIME
✦ Sensors can be programmed to cause the Console
to chime any time they're activated.
START IN TEST
✦ Chime-only sensors will not be able to trigger the
alarm in any Console mode.
MASTER
USER
CODE
✦ The sensor must have already been programmed
into the Console (see “Adding Sensors to the
System” for details).
1. Start with the Console in Test Mode.
2. Enter the master user code then press TEST.
TEST
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound.
✴ The sensor status indicators will light for each sensor
programmed into the Console.
SENSOR
NUMBER
FOR CHIME
3. Enter the sensor number from 01-24 (you must
enter two digits, example: 5 = 05).
✴ The sensor status indicator light will flash for the sensor
number selected.
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
HOME
4. Press HOME, 8, then AWAY.
✴ A “Bing” tone will sound and the sensor status indicator will
light steady.
5. Enter another sensor number, or exit Setup Mode
by pressing the
key then press OFF for three
seconds.
8 TUV
8 FOR
CHIME
ZONE
AWAY
1 BING
DONE
MAKING A SENSOR INTERIOR
✦ Wireless motion detectors are automatically
programmed as interior sensors. Any other sensor
can also be programmed as an interior sensor.
START IN TEST
✦ Interior sensors can only trigger an alarm when the
Console is in the Away Mode.
MASTER
USER
CODE
✦ “Home Interior” sensors can trigger an alarm when
the Console is in the Home or Away mode.
✦ The sensor must have already been programmed
into the Console (see “Adding Sensors to the
System” for details).
1. Start with the system in Test Mode.
TEST
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
2. Enter the master user code then press TEST.
SENSOR
NUMBER
FOR
INTERIOR
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound.
✴ The sensor status indicators will light for each sensor
programmed into the Console.
3. Enter the sensor number from 01-24 (you must
enter two digits, example: 5 = 05).
HOME
✴ The sensor status indicator light will flash for the sensor
number selected.
4. Press HOME, 7, then AWAY.
✴ A “Bing” tone will sound and the sensor status indicator will
light steady.
5. Enter another sensor number, or exit Setup Mode
by pressing the
key then press OFF for three
seconds.
7 PRS
7 FOR
INTERIOR
ZONE
AWAY
1 BING
DONE
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MAKING A SENSOR PERFORM A DIFFERENT FUNCTION
✦ Sensors can be reprogrammed to perform different
sensor functions.
START IN TEST
✦ The sensor must have already been programmed
into the Console (see “Adding sensors to the
System” for details).
MASTER
USER
CODE
1. Start with the Console in Test Mode.
2. Enter the master user code then press TEST.
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound.
✴ The sensor status indicators will light for each sensor
programmed into the Console.
TEST
3. Enter the sensor number from 01-24 (you must
enter two digits, example: 5 = 05).
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
SENSOR
NUMBER
FOR
FUNCTION
CHANGE
✴ The sensor status indicator light will flash for the sensor
number selected.
4. Choose a sensor function number from the Sensor
Function Table.
HOME
5. Press HOME, the new sensor function number, then
AWAY.
NEW
FUNCTION
NUMBER
FOR SENSOR
✴ A “Bing” tone will sound and the sensor status indicator will
light steady.
6. Enter another sensor number or exit Setup Mode
by pressing the
key then press OFF for three
seconds.
AWAY
1 BING
DONE
PROGRAMMING INFORMATION
FUNCTION #
SENSOR OPERATION IN EACH CONSOLE MODE
SENSOR FUNCTION
OFF MODE
CHIME MODE
HOME MODE
AWAY MODE
1
AUTOMATION
ACTIVATES AND DEACTIVATES THE AUTOMATION OUTPUT
2
EMERGENCY
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS EMERGENCY ALARM
3
PANIC
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS SILENT PANIC ALARM
4
FIRE
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS FIRE ALARM
5
PERIMETER
DEACTIVATED
CHIME
INSTANT BURGLARY ALARM
6
EXIT/ENTRY
DEACTIVATED
CHIME
DELAYED BURGLARY ALARM
7
INTERIOR
DEACTIVATED
DEACTIVATED
8
CHIME
9
2-BUTTON ARM/DISARM (LEFT)
2-BUTTON AUTOMATION (RIGHT)
EMERGENCY (BOTH BUTTONS)
LEFT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO AWAY MODE †
IF ALARM MEMORY IS ACTIVE, SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
LEFT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
10
2-BUTTON ARM (LEFT)
2-BUTTON DISARM (RIGHT)
EMERGENCY (BOTH BUTTONS)
LEFT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO AWAY MODE †
IF ALARM MEMORY IS ACTIVE, SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
RIGHT BUTTON SWITCHES SYSTEM TO OFF MODE ‡
11
ENVIRONMENTAL
12
INTERIOR HOME
INSTANT BURGLARY ALARM
UNLESS ACTIVATED DURING
AN ENTRY DELAY, THEN IT IS
DELAYED
CHIME
† CAN BE HOME MODE USING PROGRAMMING STEP 50
‡ CAN BE CHIME MODE USING PROGRAMMING STEP 51
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DEACTIVATED
ARMED 24-HOURS - TRIGGERS ANNUNCIATION ONLY
DEACTIVATED
DEACTIVATED
SENSOR FUNCTION TABLE
INSTANT BURGLARY ALARM
12. ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
✦ To perform any of the advanced programming
steps, the Console must be in the Setup Mode.
✦ Each programming function is performed with
similar keystrokes. After the Console is in Setup
Mode, enter the programming step number,
press HOME, then enter the new value and press
AWAY. For reference, follow the figures next to the
programming steps.
SETUP MODE
1. Start with the Console in Test Mode (Setup Mode
cannot be reached from any other mode).
✴ If the new value is accepted, a “bing” will sound. If the new
value is not accepted, a “double buzz” will sound.
HOME
= PROGRAM
AWAY
TEST
= REMOVE
2. From Test Mode, enter the master user code then
press TEST.
✎ NOTE: Only the master user code can be used to
put the system into the Setup Mode. The restricted
user codes cannot access Setup Mode, only Code
Mode.
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound, signaling that the
system is in Setup Mode.
3. After programming changes are complete, press
the OFF key for three seconds to exit Setup Mode.
✎ NOTE: If the system is left unattended in Setup
Mode, it will automatically switch back to Off Mode
after three minutes.
= STORE
CONSOLE PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
STEP #
PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS
POSSIBLE VALUES
FACTORY VALUE
25
ENTRY DELAY
20-255 SECONDS
30
26
EXIT DELAY
20-255 SECONDS
60
30
BURGLARY SIREN TIME
1-30 MINUTES
5
31
EMERGENCY SIREN TIME
1-30 MINUTES
5
32
FIRE SIREN TIME
1-30 MINUTES
5
40
AUTOMATION OUTPUT TIME
0-2500 SECONDS (0 = TOGGLE ON/OFF)
0
50
REMOTE ARMING MODE
2 = HOME MODE; 3 = AWAY MODE
3
51
REMOTE DISARMING MODE
0 = OFF MODE; 1 = CHIME MODE
0
61
ENTRY DELAY BEEPS
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
1
62
EXIT DELAY BEEPS
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
1
63
SILENT BURGLARY ALARM
0 = AUDIBLE; 1 = SILENT
0
64
SILENT EMERGENCY ALARM
0 = AUDIBLE; 1 = SILENT
0
65
QUICK ARMING
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
1
66
AUTO RESTORE
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
1
67
AUTO BYPASS
0 = OFF; 1 = ON
0
0 = FLASH (ENABLED BY FUNCTION 72)
1 = STEADY (ENABLED BY FUNCTION 72)
0 = NO BINGS
1 = BINGS
0 = NO CHIRPS
1 = CHIRPS (1 CHIRP = ARMED, 2 CHIRPS = DISARMED)
0 = STANDARD
1 = FLASHING AFTER ALARM
0 = STANDARD
1 = AUTOMATION ACTIVE DURING ALARM
(FLASH OR STEADY PROGRAMMED BY FUNCTION 68)
0 = STANDARD
1 = ON WHILE ARMED
0 = STANDARD
1 = ON DURING EXIT/ENTRY DELAY
68
AUTOMATION MODE DURING ALARM
69
AUTOMATION BING TOME
70
REMOTE ARM/DISARM CHIRP
71
AUTOMATION FLASHES AFTER ALARM
72
AUTOMATION ACTIVE DURING ALARM
73
AUTOMATION ON WHILE ARMED
74
AUTOMATION ON DURING EXIT/ENTRY
75
AUTOMATION POLARITY
0 = + WHEN OFF; 1 = + WHEN ON
87
REMOTE ACCESS PASSWORD
6 DIGITS
92
DURESS CODE
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
93
RESTRICTED USER CODE #1
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
94
RESTRICTED USER CODE #2
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
95
RESTRICTED USER CODE #3
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
96
RESTRICTED USER CODE #4
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
97
RESTRICTED USER CODE #5
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
98
PAGE ALERT USER CODE
1-5 DIGITS
REMOVED
99
MASTER USER CODE
1-5 DIGITS
1234
INSTALLATION VALUE
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
987654
Console Programming Table
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CHANGING A SENSORS SUPERVISION
✦ When a sensor is programmed, the Console
automatically recognizes it as supervised or
non-supervised.
SENSOR NUMBER
TO CHANGE
HOME
✦ The Console expects hourly status transmissions
from any sensor programmed as supervised.
✦ Any sensor can be programmed as supervised or
non-supervised.
PROGRAM
16 FOR NON-SUPERVISED
17 FOR SUPERVISED
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: Don't program a sensor that doesn't send
status transmissions as supervised.
CHANGING A SENSORS RESTORE REQUIREMENTS
✦ When a sensor is programmed, the Console
automatically recognizes it as manual or automatic
restoring.
✦ The Console expects restoral signals from any
wireless sensor programmed as manual restore.
SENSOR NUMBER
TO CHANGE
HOME
18 FOR MANUAL RESTORE
19 FOR AUTO RESTORE
✦ Any sensor can be programmed as manual or
automatic restore.
✎ NOTE: Don't program a sensor that doesn't send
restoral transmissions as manual restore.
PROGRAM
AWAY
ENTRY DELAY TIME
✦ The factory-set Entry Delay time is 30 seconds.
STORE PROGRAM
PROGRAMMING STEP #25
JKL
STEP #25 The Entry Delay time can be adjusted from 20 to
255 seconds using this step.
PROGRAM
❑ Write the new Entry Delay time in the User's Guide.
TIME IN SECONDS (20-255)
✎ NOTE: Don't make the Entry Delay too short. The
user may not have enough time to disarm the
system before an alarm.
STORE PROGRAM
EXIT DELAY TIME
✦ The factory-set Exit Delay time is 60 seconds.
PROGRAMMING STEP #26
STEP #26 The Exit Delay time can be adjusted from 20 to 255
seconds using this step.
PROGRAM
❑ Write the new Exit Delay time in the User's Guide.
TIME IN SECONDS (20-255)
AWAY
BURGLARY SIREN TIME
✦ The factory-set burglary siren time is five minutes
(UL installation maximum).
STEP #30 The burglary siren time can be adjusted from one to
30 minutes using this step.
STORE PROGRAM
3 DEF
PROGRAMMING STEP #30
0
HOME
PROGRAM
TIME IN MINUTES (1-30)
AWAY
EMERGENCY SIREN TIME
✦ The factory-set emergency siren time is five
minutes (UL installation maximum).
STEP #31 The emergency siren time can be adjusted from
one to 30 minutes using this step.
STORE PROGRAM
3 DEF
PROGRAMMING STEP #31
1
HOME
PROGRAM
TIME IN MINUTES (1-30)
AWAY
26
STORE PROGRAM
FIRE SIREN TIME
✦ The factory-set fire siren time is five minutes (UL
installation maximum).
STEP #32 The fire siren time can be adjusted from one to 30
minutes using this step.
3 DEF
PROGRAMMING STEP #32
2 ABC
HOME
PROGRAM
TIME IN MINUTES (1-30)
AWAY
AUTOMATION OUTPUT TIME
✦ The factory setting causes the Automation Output
to toggle between on and off with each activation.
STEP #40 The Automation Output can be programmed to turn
on, then automatically turn off after one to 2500
seconds (42 minutes), or toggle on & off, using this
step.
4 GHI
PROGRAMMING STEP #40
0
HOME
STEP #50 The portable remote controls can be changed to
arm to the Home Mode using this step.
✎ NOTE: Changing this setting will affect all the
portable remote controls used with the system.
REMOTE CONTROL DISARMING LEVEL
✦ The factory setting causes the portable remote
controls to disarm to the Off Mode.
STEP #51 The remote controls can be changed to disarm to
the Chime Mode using this step.
✎ NOTE: Changing this setting will affect all the
portable remote controls used with the system.
ENTRY DELAY BEEPS
✦ The factory setting causes the Console to beep
during Entry Delays.
STEP #61 The Entry Delay beeps can be silenced using this
step.
✦ With the Entry Delay beeps off, the Console will be
silent after a delayed sensor is triggered until the
Entry Delay expires, then the alarm siren will sound.
EXIT DELAY BEEPS
✦ The factory setting causes the Console to beep
during Exit Delays.
STEP #62 The Exit Delay beeps can be silenced using this
step.
✦ With the Exit Delay beeps off, the Console will be
silent after arming to the Away Mode until the Exit
Delay expires, then a single “Gong” tone will sound.
PROGRAM
TIME IN SECONDS (1-2500)
0 = TOGGLE ON & OFF
AWAY
REMOTE CONTROL ARMING LEVEL
✦ The factory setting causes the portable remote
controls to arm to the Away Mode.
STORE PROGRAM
STORE PROGRAM
5 JKL
PROGRAMMING STEP #50
0
HOME
PROGRAM
2 FOR HOME MODE
3 FOR AWAY MODE
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
5 JKL
PROGRAMMING STEP #51
1
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR OFF MODE
1 FOR CHIME MODE
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #61
1
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR ENTRY BEEPS OFF
1 FOR ENTRY BEEPS ON
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #62
2 ABC
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR EXIT BEEPS OFF
1 FOR EXIT BEEPS ON
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
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SILENT BURGLARY ALARMS
✦ The factory setting causes audible burglary alarms.
STEP #63 The Console can be programmed for silent burglary
alarms using this step.
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #63
3 DEF
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR AUDIBLE BURG
1 FOR SILENT BURG
AWAY
SILENT EMERGENCY ALARMS
✦ The factory setting causes audible emergency
alarms.
STEP #64 The Console can be programmed for silent
emergency alarms using this step.
STORE PROGRAM
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #64
4 GHI
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR AUDIBLE EMERGENCY
1 FOR SILENT EMERGENCY
AWAY
DISABLING QUICK ARMING
✦ The factory setting allows quick arming of the
Console by pressing down the mode keys for two
seconds.
STEP #65 The Console can be programmed to not allow quick
arming using this step. If quick arming is disabled,
a user code must be entered before pressing the
mode buttons.
✎ NOTE: For commercial installations with retail
traffic, it is recommended to disable quick arming
to prevent customers from arming the system.
✎ NOTE: If quick arming is disabled the Home Instant
Mode is unavailable.
STORE PROGRAM
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #65
5 JKL
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR QUICK ARMING OFF
1 FOR QUICK ARMING ON
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
AUTOMATIC RESTORAL OF BYPASSED SENSORS
✦ Bypassed sensors are ignored by the Console and
cannot cause an alarm.
✦ The factory setting causes the Console to
automatically restore (remove the bypass from)
sensors that close. After it's restored, the sensor is
ready to cause an alarm the next time it is opened.
STEP #66 The Console can be programmed to not
automatically restore any bypassed sensor when
the sensor closes using this step. Bypassed
sensors will then remain bypassed until the system
is disarmed.
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #66
6 MNO
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR AUTO RESTORAL OFF
1 FOR AUTO RESTORAL ON
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: This setting affects all sensors.
AUTOMATIC BYPASSING OF OPEN SENSORS
✦ The factory setting requires the user to manually
bypass any open sensors when the system is
armed.
✴ If arming is attempted with open sensors, the Console will
sound five two-tone Beeps and will not arm.
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #67
7 PRS
HOME
✦ Arming to the same mode again within five seconds
will bypass any open sensors and arm the Console.
STEP #67 The Console can be programmed to automatically
bypass any open sensors when the system is
armed using this step.
✎ NOTE: This setting affects all sensors.
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PROGRAM
0 FOR AUTO BYPASS OFF
1 FOR AUTO BYPASS ON
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
AUTOMATION OUTPUT MODE DURING ALARM
✦ The factory setting causes the Automation Output
to flash if it is programmed to activate during or
after an alarm.
✎ NOTE: For the Automation Output to activate
during or after an alarm, that function must be
enabled with Programming Step 71 or 72.
STEP #68 The output can be programmed to be a steady
output using this step.
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEP #68
8 TUV
HOME
0 FOR FLASHING OUTPUT ON ALARM
1 FOR STEADY OUTPUT ON ALARM
AWAY
AUTOMATION ACTIVATION TONE
✦ The factory setting causes the Console to sound a
“Bing” when the Automation Output is activated by
key, or when it's triggered with a
pressing the
two-button remote control.
PROGRAMMING STEP #69
9 WXY
HOME
REMOTE CONTROL ARM/DISARM CHIRP
✦ When arming with the portable remote control, the
factory setting causes the Console to “chirp” once
when armed, twice when disarmed, and three times
when arming with sensors bypassed.
PROGRAMMING STEP #70
0
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR CHIRPS OFF
1 FOR CHIRPS ON
✎ NOTE: If these chirps are silenced, it is
recommended to program the Automation Output
to be active when the system is armed, so a light
can be triggered displaying the arming status of
the Console.
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
7 PRS
PROGRAMMING STEP #71
1
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR STANDARD TRIGGER
1 FOR FLASHING DURING
& AFTER ALARM
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: The output will continue until the flashing
sensor status lights are cleared.
STEP #72 The Console can be programmed to activate the
Automation Output during alarms as well as when
normally triggered using this step.
STORE PROGRAM
7 PRS
STEP #70 These chirps can be silenced using this step.
AUTOMATION OUTPUT ON DURING ALARM
✦ The factory setting causes the Console's
Automation Output to activate when pressing the
key, or when it's triggered with a two-button
remote control.
PROGRAM
0 FOR BING TONE OFF
1 FOR BING TONE ON
AWAY
STEP #71 The Console can be programmed to activate the
Automation Output during and after any alarms as
well as when normally triggered using this step.
STORE PROGRAM
6 MNO
STEP #69 This sound can be silenced using this step.
AUTOMATION OUTPUT ON DURING AND AFTER ALARM
✦ The factory setting causes the Console's
Automation Output to activate when pressing the
key, or when it's triggered with a two-button
remote control.
PROGRAM
7 PRS
PROGRAMMING STEP #72
2 ABC
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR STANDARD TRIGGER
1 FOR OUTPUT DURING ALARM
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: The Automation Output can be programmed
to flash or be steady during alarm, see
Programming Step 68.
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AUTOMATION OUTPUT WHILE ARMED
✦ The factory setting causes the Console's
Automation Output to activate when pressing the
key, or when it's triggered with a two-button
remote control.
STEP #73 The Console can be programmed to activate the
Automation Output when the system is armed as
well as when normally triggered using this step.
AUTOMATION OUTPUT DURING EXIT/ENTRY DELAYS
✦ The factory setting causes the Console's
Automation Output to activate when pressing the
key, or when it's triggered with a two-button
remote control.
STEP #74 The Console can be programmed to activate the
Automation Output during the exit and Entry Delays
as well as when normally triggered using this step.
AUTOMATION OUTPUT POLARITY
✦ The factory setting causes the Console's
Automation Output to provide a current limited
voltage source when activated.
7 PRS
PROGRAMMING STEP #73
3 DEF
HOME
0 FOR STANDARD TRIGGER
1 FOR OUTPUT WHEN ARMED
AWAY
REMOTE ACCESS PASSWORD
✦ This password is used to gain access to the Console
when using the RA-2400 remote access software.
The password must be 6-digits long.
PROGRAMMING STEP #74
4 GHI
HOME
DURESS CODE
✦ The duress code will disarm the system, without
any special indications or sounds, but will send the
programmed duress code to the Central Station.
The code should be two or more digits different
than any user code
AWAY
PROGRAMMING STEP #75
5 JKL
AWAY
8 TUV
PROGRAMMING STEP #87
HOME
30
PROGRAM
6-DIGIT REMOTE
ACCESS PASSWORD
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
9 WXY
PROGRAMMING STEP #92
2 ABC
HOME
PROGRAM
1-5 DIGIT DURESS CODE
(3-5 DIGITS RECOMMENDED)
STORE PROGRAM
9 WXY
PROGRAMMING STEP #99
9 WXY
HOME
PROGRAM
1-5 DIGIT MASTER CODE
(3-5 DIGITS RECOMMENDED)
✎ NOTE: For maximum security, a 3-5 digit code is
recommended.
MASTER USER CODE:
STORE PROGRAM
7 PRS
AWAY
STEP #99 Use this step to enter the new master user code
then log the code in the box below.
PROGRAM
0 FOR VOLTAGE WHEN OFF
1 FOR VOLTAGE WHEN ON
DURESS CODE:
✦ The master user code can be changed to any 1-5
digit code. Only the master user can access Setup
Mode, restricted users cannot.
STORE PROGRAM
7 PRS
STEP #92 Use this step to enter the duress code then log the
code in the box below.
MASTER USER CODE
✦ The master user code is 1234 when power is first
applied to the Console.
PROGRAM
0 FOR STANDARD TRIGGER
1 FOR OUTPUT DURING
EXIT/ENTRY DELAYS
STEP #87 Use this step to enter a new remote access
password then log the password in the box below.
REMOTE ACCESS PASSWORD:
STORE PROGRAM
7 PRS
HOME
STEP #75 The Console can be programmed so the
Automation Output provides a current limited
voltage source when deactivated using this step.
PROGRAM
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
ADDING ADDITIONAL USER CODES
✦ The Console can be programmed with five restricted
user codes and one page alert user code.
PROGRAMMING STEPS
#93 TO 98
✦ The restricted user codes operate the system as
usual, but cannot access Setup Mode.
PROGRAM
✦ The restricted user codes can access a special
Code Mode that can be used to change or remove
any of the five restricted user codes, the page alert
user code, or the duress code.
1-5 DIGIT CODE
(3-5 DIGITS RECOMMENDED)
✦ The page alert user code dials the supervisory
number (programmed for a pager) when it is used
to arm or disarm the system.
STORE PROGRAM
STEP
CODE FUNCTION
STEP #93
RESTRICTED USER CODE #1
✦ A restricted user code is appropriate to give any
user that should be restricted from programming
the Console.
STEP #94
RESTRICTED USER CODE #2
STEP #95
RESTRICTED USER CODE #3
STEP #96
RESTRICTED USER CODE #4
✎ NOTE: For maximum security, a 3-5 digit code is
recommended.
✎ WARNING: NEVER PROGRAM ANY RESTRICTED
USER CODE THE SAME AS THE MASTER USER CODE!
STEP #97
RESTRICTED USER CODE #5
STEP #98
PAGE ALERT USER CODE
CODE ENTERED
STEPS #93-98 Create any additional user codes using these
steps then log the codes in the boxes to the right.
REMOVING ADDITIONAL USER CODES
STEPS #93-98 Any additional user code can be removed
from the Console by entering the appropriate step
number and pressing TEST.
✦ Because access to programming would be impossible
without a master user code, it cannot be removed
using these steps. The master user code can be
changed using programming STEP #99.
9 WXY
TEST
KEYPAD CODE
PROGRAMMING STEPS
#92 TO 98
REMOVE
✎ NOTE: The master user code can be set to the
factory default using the Console master reset
programming step, although all other system
programming will be reset to factory values and all
sensors programmed will be erased.
CONSOLE MASTER RESET
✦ Master resetting the Console will set all of the
programming options back to the factory values. The
master user code will be reset to 1234.
✎ CAUTION: Master resetting the Console will erase the
user codes and remove all programmed sensors. All
Console and communicator programming values will
be reset to the factory defaults.
1. Start with the system in Test Mode (Setup Mode
cannot be reached from any other mode).
2. From Test Mode, enter the master user code then
press TEST.
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound, signaling that the
system is in Setup Mode.
3. Enter programming STEP #999 then press TEST.
4. Enter 999 again then press TEST again.
✴ A “Bing” will sound to indicate the beginning of the reset
process. This process will take up to 10 seconds while the
memory is being reset.
✦ The system will revert to the first time power-up
condition and the new master user code will be 1234.
Go to the “Basic Console Programming” section of
this manual to begin re-programming the system.
START IN TEST
MASTER
USER
CODE
TEST
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
9 WXY
9 WXY
STEP #999
FOR
MASTER
RESET
9 WXY
TEST
USE THESE EXACT
KEYSTROKES
TO PERFORM A
MASTER RESET
PRESS
TEST
9 WXY
9 WXY
ENTER 999
TO OK THE
MASTER
RESET
9 WXY
PRESS TEST,
1 BING SOUNDS,
WAIT ABOUT 10
SECONDS
DONE
TEST
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13. COMMUNICATOR PROGRAMMING
✦ To perform any of the communicator programming
steps, the Console must be in the Setup Mode.
✦ Each programming function is performed with
similar keystrokes. After the Console is in Setup
Mode, enter the programming step number and
press HOME, then enter the new value and press
AWAY. For reference, follow the figures next to the
programming steps.
SETUP MODE
✴ If the new value is accepted, a “Bing” will sound. If the new
value is not accepted, a “Double Buzz” will sound.
START IN TEST
SETUP MODE
1. Start with the Console in Test Mode (Setup Mode
cannot be reached from any other mode).
MASTER
USER
CODE
2. From Test Mode, enter the master user code then
press TEST.
✎ NOTE: Only the master user code can be used
to put the Console into the Setup Mode. The
restricted user codes cannot access Setup Mode,
only Code Mode.
TEST
1 GONG &
5 BEEPS
✴ A “Gong” and five “Beeps” will sound, signaling that the
system is in Setup Mode.
3. After programming changes are complete, press
the OFF key for three seconds to exit Setup Mode.
✎ NOTE: If the Console is left unattended in Setup
Mode, it will automatically switch back to Off Mode
after three minutes.
GENERAL COMMUNICATOR OPTIONS
STEP #
76
PROGRAMMING
FUNCTION
POSSIBLE
VALUES
2-WAY AUDIO
0= NONE; 1 = LISTEN; 2 = 2-WAY MANUAL; 3 = 2-WAY FULL DUPLEX
0
78
VOICE RESPONSE FROM KEYPAD SPEAKER
0 = VOICE RESPONSE DISABLED
1 = VOICE RESPONSE ENABLED
0
100
REMOTE PROGRAMMING LOCKOUT
0 = UNLOCK; 1 = LOCK
0
101
CALL LIMITER
0 = OFF; 1 = FIVE CALLS PER ARMING PERIOD
0
103
DIALING DELAY
0 = NO DELAY; 1 = 30 SECOND DELAY
0
104
DIALING METHOD
0 = TONE; 1 = PULSE
0
107
COMMUNICATOR ENABLE
0 = COMMUNICATOR OFF; 1 = COMMUNICATOR ON
0
General Communicator Programming Table
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FACTORY
VALUE
INSTALLATION
VALUE
GENERAL COMMUNICATOR OPTIONS
COMMUNICATOR ENABLE
✦ The factory setting for the Console disables
the communicator. If the system is going to be
a non-monitored, local alarm only, leave the
communicator disabled.
1
0
7
HOME
STEP #107 If the system is going to be monitored by a
Central Station, enable the communicator with this
programming step.
✦ The audio module can be programmed for
listen-only, 2-way manual operation (using a
pushbutton telephone at the Central Station), and
2-way full duplex hands free operation.
✦ Refer to the VB-2 installation instructions for details
on operating the audio module.
PROGRAM
0 FOR COMMUNICATOR OFF
1 FOR COMMUNICATOR ON
AWAY
2-WAY AUDIO
✦ When the Model VB-2 voice module is installed, the
communicator can provide 2-way audio capability.
PROGRAMMING STEP #107
PRS
STORE PROGRAM
7 PRS
PROGRAMMING STEP #76
6 MNO
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR NO AUDIO MONITORING
1 FOR LISTEN-ONLY
2 FOR 2-WAY MANUAL
3 FOR 2-WAY FULL DUPLEX
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: The Model VB-2 digital voice response
module must be installed for this option to
function.
✦ The factory setting for the VB-2 audio module is OFF.
STEP #76 The audio module can be set for (1) listen-only, (2)
2-way manual, (3) 2-way full duplex using this step.
✎ NOTE: For safety, 2-way audio will not activate if
the system is disarmed with the duress code.
✎ NOTE:Units programmed for two-way duplex can
still be controlled manually by pressing the “1” or
“3” key. In addition, the Central Station can return
the unit to two-way duplex by pressing the “8” key.
VOICE RESPONSE
✦ The Console can be programmed to allow the
speaker to play audio produced by the VB-2 digital
voice response module.
✦ This selection can also be used when a remote
speaker is connected to the Console.
✦ The factory setting is to disable the speaker from
playing voice module audio.
7 PRS
PROGRAMMING STEP #78
8 TUV
HOME
0 FOR NO VOICE RESPONSE
1 FOR VOICE RESPONSE
STEP #78 The Console can be programmed to enable voice
module audio using this step.
✎ NOTE: Turning voice response OFF with this
programming step will only effect the audio produced
by the voice module. It will not stop the Console’s
speaker from sounding local sirens and tones.
✎ NOTE: A Model VB-2 digital voice response module
must be installed for this option to function.
REMOTE LOCKOUT
✦ The factory setting for the communicator allows
remote connection to the Console with Linear's
RA-2400 Remote Access Software and a modem
(unlocked).
STEP #100 The Console can be programmed to not answer
incoming calls, thereby, not allowing remote access
(locked) using this step.
PROGRAM
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
1
0
PROGRAMMING STEP #100
0
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR UNLOCK
1 FOR LOCK
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
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CALL LIMITER
✦ The factory setting for the call limiter is OFF. This
allows the communicator to report burglary alarms,
once for each sensor, as many times as they are
triggered.
1
0
HOME
STEP #101 The Console can be programmed to only allow five
burglary reports total per arming period using this
step.
STEP #103 The communicator can be programmed to wait 30
seconds before dialing using this step. This gives
the user time to disarm the system and prevent
communications in the case of a subscriber
generated false alarm.
DIALING METHOD
✦ The factory setting causes the communicator to
dial using DTMF (dual-tone multi-frequency) tone
dialing.
STEP #104 The communicator can be programmed to use
pulse (rotary) dialing using this step. Use this option
if the telephone line in the installation does not
support tone dialing.
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PROGRAM
0 FOR OFF (UNLIMITED)
1 FOR ON (5 VIOLATIONS)
AWAY
✎ NOTE: Sensors programmed for 24-hour functions
(Emergency, Panic, Fire) always send a Central
Station report and always sound the local siren
regardless of the Call Limiter setting.
DIALING DELAY
✦ The factory setting will cause the communicator to
dial the Central Station instantly when an alarm or
supervisory event occurs.
PROGRAMMING STEP #101
1
STORE PROGRAM
1
0
PROGRAMMING STEP #103
3 DEF
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR NO DELAY
1 FOR 15 SECOND DELAY
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
1
0
PROGRAMMING STEP #104
4 GHI
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR TONE DIALING
1 FOR PULSE DAILING
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
COMMUNICATOR REPORTING OPTIONS
REPORTING FORMAT
✦ The factory setting causes the communicator to
report using the 4 BY 2 FORMAT. This format allows
four-digit account numbers from 0000 to 9999 and
provides two-digit alarm codes.
1
0
PROGRAMMING STEP #105
5 JKL
HOME
STEP #105 ADEMCO CONTACT ID can be chosen as a reporting
format using this step. This format allows 4-digit
account numbers from 0000 to 9999 and provides
verbose report descriptions with Ademco Contact ID
compatible Central Stations.
PROGRAM
0 FOR 4 BY 2
1 FOR ADEMCO CONTACT ID
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
CALL ROUTING
✦ The communicator can be programmed with three
telephone numbers; primary, secondary, and
supervisory.
8 TUV
PROGRAMMING STEP #86
✦ The factory setting for the communicator is to
route all calls to the primary telephone number. If
communication is unsuccessful after five attempts
to the primary number, the secondary number
will be dialed for an additional five attempts. If
the secondary number cannot be reached, the
communicator will “sleep” for five minutes before
starting the call process over again. A total of four
sleep cycles (50 call attempts) can occur before the
communicator stops calling.
6 MNO
HOME
PROGRAM
0 FOR ALL TO PRIMARY/SECONDARY
1 FOR ALARMS ONLY TO
PRIMARY/SECONDARY
AWAY
STEP #86 The communicator can be programmed to report
supervisory events (low battery, trouble, AC failure,
etc.) to the supervisory telephone number instead
of the primary or secondary telephone numbers
using this step.
STORE PROGRAM
✎ CAUTION: If the page alert user code feature
is going to be used, the supervisory number is
reserved for the pager number. DO NOT SET THE
CALL ROUTING OPTION TO “1”.
✎ NOTE: To disable supervisory reports, set call
routing option to “1” and remove the supervisory
telephone number.
✎ NOTE: Do not program the primary and secondary
telephone numbers the same. See the FCC
Telephone Rules and Regulations on the rear
cover of this manual.
COMMUNICATOR REPORTING OPTIONS
STEP
#
PROGRAMMING
FUNCTION
POSSIBLE
VALUES
FACTORY
VALUE
0
86
CALL ROUTING
0 = ALL CALLS TO PRIMARY OR SECONDARY NUMBER
1 = ALL ALARM CALLS TO PRIMARY OR SECONDARY NUMBER AND ALL
OTHERS TO SUPERVISORY NUMBER
88
ACCOUNT NUMBER
4 DIGITS
EMPTY
89
PRIMARY PHONE NUMBER
UP TO 20 DIGITS
EMPTY
90
SECONDARY PHONE NUMBER
UP TO 20 DIGITS
EMPTY
91
SUPERVISORY/PAGER PHONE NUMBER
UP TO 20 DIGITS
EMPTY
FOR ALL PHONE NUMBERS
⇒ ⇒ ⇒
INSTALLATION
VALUE
PRESSING THE (A) KEY INSERTS A 1-SECOND DELAY
THE [FIRE] KEY INSERTS A 5-SECOND DELAY
THE [CHIME] KEY INSERTS A “*”
THE (A) KEY INSERTS A “#” IF IT IS THE LAST DIGIT OF THE PHONE NUMBER
105
REPORTING FORMAT
0 = 4 BY 2; 1 = ADEMCO
0
108
REPORT SYSTEM TROUBLE
0 = NO; 1 = YES
0
110
REPORT FORCE ARMING
0 = NO; 1 = YES
0
111
OPEN/CLOSE
0 = NO; 1 = YES; 2 = MASTER PAC ONLY
0
113
POINT ID REPORTING FOR 4 BY 2 FORMAT
0 = NO; 1 = YES
1
Communicator Reporting Option Table
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ACCOUNT NUMBER
✦ The account number entered for the communicator
must be 4-digits long.
✦ The factory setting for the account number is 0000.
8 TUV
PROGRAMMING STEP #88
8 TUV
HOME
STEP #88 Enter an account number from 0000 to 9999 using
this step.
4 DIGIT
ACCOUNT NUMBER
AWAY
PRIMARY TELEPHONE NUMBER
✦ The primary Central Station telephone number can
be up to 20-digits long.
✦ Digits 0-9 can be used.
SECONDARY TELEPHONE NUMBER
✦ The secondary Central Station telephone number
can be up to 20-digits long.
PROGRAMMING STEP #89
9 WXY
HOME
STEP #90 Enter the secondary telephone number using this
step.
PROGRAM
ENTER UP TO 20 DIGITS
FOR PRIMARY NUMBER
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
9 WXY
PROGRAMMING STEP #90
✦ Digits 0-9 can be used.
✦ Delays and special characters can be entered in the
telephone number (see below).
STORE PROGRAM
8 TUV
✦ Delays and special characters can be entered in the
telephone number (see below).
STEP #89 Enter the primary telephone number using this step.
PROGRAM
0
HOME
PROGRAM
ENTER UP TO 20 DIGITS
FOR SECONDARY NUMBER
AWAY
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: To remove the secondary telephone
number, enter step number 90 then press TEST.
SUPERVISORY OR PAGER TELEPHONE NUMBER
✦ The supervisory Central Station or pager telephone
number can be up to 20-digits long.
✦ Digits 0-9 can be used.
✦ Delays and special characters can be entered in
the telephone number (see below). If this is a pager
number, enter enough delays for the phone to
answer. Then, enter the number to be dialed.
9 WXY
PROGRAMMING STEP #91
1
HOME
✦ End a pager number with the completion character
(usually a pound (#) character).
ENTER UP TO 20 DIGITS
FOR SUPERVISORY NUMBER
AWAY
STEP #91 Enter the supervisory or pager telephone number
using this step.
PROGRAM
STORE PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: To remove the supervisory/pager telephone
number, enter step number 91 then press TEST.
TELEPHONE NUMBER DELAYS AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS
✦ When creating telephone numbers with
programming Steps 89, 90, & 91, use the following
keys to add dialing delays or special characters.
✦ Press the
key to place a 1-second dialing
delay at the start or anywhere in the middle of the
telephone number.
key as the last digit of the
✦ Pressing the
telephone number will place a pound
character
at the end of the telephone number.
✦ Press the FIRE key to place a 5-second dialing delay
anywhere in the telephone number.
character
✦ Press the CHIME key to place a star
anywhere in the telephone number.
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ADDS A 1-SECOND DELAY
(START OR MIDDLE OF NUMBER)
ADDS A POUND (#) CHARACTER
(END OF NUMBER)
ADDS A 5-SECOND DELAY
(ANYWHERE IN NUMBER)
ADDS A STAR ( ) CHARACTER
(ANYWHERE IN NUMBER)
REPORT CONSOLE TROUBLE
✦ The factory setting does not report Console trouble
events to the Central Station.
STEP #108 The communicator can be programmed to report
Console trouble events using this step. These
include all conditions that light the Console’s
BATTERIES or TROUBLE indicator. It also includes low
Console backup battery.
PROGRAMMING STEP #108
PROGRAM
0 FOR NO CONSOLE TROUBLE
1 FOR CONSOLE TROUBLE
STORE PROGRAM
REPORT FORCE ARMING
✦ The factory setting does not send force arming
reports.
STEP #110 The communicator can be programmed to report
force arming anytime the Console is armed with
one or more bypassed sensors using this step.
✦ The factory set reporting code for force arming is
“65” (Code 574 with Ademco).
✎ NOTE: If force arming is enabled, and the Console
is force armed (armed with an open sensor)
remotely by telephone, or with the RA-2400
Remote Access software, the caller will be
disconnected if the communicator is enabled.
PROGRAMMING STEP #110
PROGRAM
0 FOR NO FORCE ARMING RPTS.
1 FOR FORCE ARMING RPTS.
STORE PROGRAM
OPENING AND CLOSING REPORTS
✦ The factory setting does not send opening and
closing reports.
STEP #111 The communicator can be programmed to send an
opening report when the system is disarmed, and
a closing report when the system is armed for all
users, or just the master user using this step.
✎ NOTE 1: For commercial installations with retail
traffic using opening and closing reports, it is
recommended to disable quick arming to prevent
customers from arming the system.
✎ NOTE 2: The reporting codes are fixed for opening
and closing. A unique code is reserved for the
master user code and each of the five restricted
user codes.
✎ NOTE 3: Arming or disarming with the page
alert user code dials the supervisory number, no
opening or closing report is sent.
POINT ID REPORTING
✦ The factory setting enables Point ID and allows the
communicator to send two-digit alarm and trouble
codes for each sensor. The individual sensor that
causes an alarm or trouble report can be identified
at the Central Station.
STEP #113 Point ID can be disabled using this step. The
Central Station will only receive general alarm and
trouble reports.
PROGRAMMING STEP #111
PROGRAM
0 FOR NO OPEN/CLOSE REPORTS
1 FOR O/C RPTS. FOR ALL USERS
2 FOR O/C RPTS. FROM MASTER
USER ONLY
STORE PROGRAM
PROGRAMMING STEP #113
PROGRAM
0 FOR GENERAL REPORTS ONLY
1 FOR POINT ID REPORTING
STORE PROGRAM
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COMMUNICATOR REPORTING CODES
✦ The 4 by 2 two-digit communicator reporting code
for each event has a factory set value. These values
may be customized to fit the specific installation and
the reporting requirements of the Central Station
monitoring the system.
ADEMCO REPORTING CODES
EVENT
✦ If Point ID reporting is enabled (the factory default
setting), each sensor can report a unique alarm and
trouble code.
✦ If Point ID is disabled, the “general” reporting codes
for each event type will be used.
✦ Each programming function is performed with
similar keystrokes. After the system is in Setup
Mode, enter the programming step number and
press HOME, then enter the new value and press
AWAY. For reference, follow the figures next to the
programming steps.
✴ If the new value is accepted, a “Bing” will sound. If the new
value is not accepted, a “Double Buzz” will sound.
ALARM CODE
EXTENDED CODE
SENSOR EMERGENCY
E120
C0xx
CONSOLE EMERGENCY
E120
C026
SENSOR FIRE
E111
C0xx
CONSOLE FIRE
E110
C025
BURGLARY ALARM
E130
C0xx
SILENT PANIC
E122
C0xx
FORCE ARM
E574
C000
DURESS
E121
C000
CANCEL
E406
C000
SENSOR LOW BATTERY
E384
C0xx
SENSOR STATUS TROUBLE
E381
C0xx
CONSOLE LOW BATTERY
E302
C000
CONSOLE BATTERY RESTORE
R302
C000
2-WAY AUDIO
E606
C000
xx = SENSOR NUMBER IN EXTENDED REPORT
✦ Making a value 0 causes the event not to
communicate to the Central Station.
HOME
✎ NOTE: The reporting codes are fixed for opening
and closing. A unique code is reserved for the
master and the five restricted user codes. See the
Opening & Closing Reporting Codes Table.
= PROGRAM
AWAY
GENERAL REPORTING CODES
✦ Use program Steps #201 - 206 to change the
communicator reporting codes when Point ID is
disabled.
= REMOVE
TEST
= STORE
2 ABC
PROGRAMMING STEPS
#201 TO #206
✦ Refer to the General Reporting Codes table to view/
edit the reporting codes for each of the five events.
The factory settings are listed, along with a blank
area to write in the new installation values.
PROGRAM
0 - 99 FOR GENERAL
ALARM REPORTING CODE
STORE PROGRAM
STEPS #201-206
Any value from 0-99 can be programmed for each
event using these steps (enter “0” to stop an event
from reporting).
✎ NOTE: Be careful not to duplicate codes unless the
Central Station requires specific codes for certain
types of events.
GENERAL REPORTING CODES
STEP #
PROGRAMMING FUNCTION
POSSIBLE 4 BY 2 VALUES
FACTORY 4 BY 2 VALUES
201
GENERAL FIRE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
1
202
GENERAL EMERGENCY REPORT CODE
0 - 99
2
203
GENERAL SILENT PANIC REPORT CODE
0 - 99
3
204
GENERAL BURGLARY REPORT CODE
0 - 99
4
206
GENERAL TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
6
General Reporting Codes Table
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INSTALLATION 4 BY 2 VALUE
SYSTEM REPORTING CODES
✦ Refer to the System Reporting Codes table to
view/edit the reporting codes for the keypad FIRE
and EMERGENCY buttons and for each of the
four Console conditions. The factory settings are
listed, along with a blank area to write in the new
installation values.
2 ABC
6 MNO
PROGRAMMING STEPS
#261 TO #266
PROGRAM
0 - 99 FOR CONSOLE
REPORTING CODE
STEPS #261-266
Any value from 0-99 can be programmed for each
event using these steps (enter “0” to stop an event
from reporting).
STORE PROGRAM
FORCE ARMING REPORTING CODE
✦ The factory set reporting code for force arming is
“65” (Code 574 with Ademco).
2 ABC
5 JKL
PROGRAMMING STEP #258
8 TUV
STEP #258 Any value from 0-99 can be programmed for this
event using this step (0 = no report).
PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: For force arming reporting, force arming
reports must be enabled. See Page 37.
0 - 99 FOR FORCE ARMING
REPORTING CODE
STORE PROGRAM
DURESS REPORTING CODE
✦ The factory set reporting code for Duress is “66”
(Code 121 with Ademco).
2 ABC
PROGRAMMING STEP #259
9 WXY
STEP #259 Any value from 0-99 can be programmed for this
event using this step (0 = no report).
PROGRAM
✎ NOTE: For duress code reporting a keypad duress
code must be programmed. See Page 30.
0 - 99 FOR DURESS CODE
STORE PROGRAM
SYSTEM REPORTING CODES
STEP #
PROGRAMMING FUNCTION
POSSIBLE
4 BY 2 VALUES
FACTORY
4 BY 2 VALUES
ADEMCO VALUE
258
FORCE ARMING REPORT CODE
0 - 99
65
574
259
DURESS REPORT CODE
0 - 99
66
121
261
SYSTEM FIRE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
68
110
262
SYSTEM EMERGENCY REPORT CODE
0 - 99
69
120
263
SYSTEM TEST/CANCEL REPORT CODE
0 - 99
70
406
264
SYSTEM LOW BATTERY RESTORAL REPORT CODE
0 - 99
71
R302
265
SYSTEM LOW BATTERY CODE
0 - 99
73
E302
INSTALLATION
4 BY 2 VALUE
System Reporting Codes Table
OPENING & CLOSING REPORTING CODES TABLE
4 x 2 CLOSING
(ARMING) CODE
4 x 2 OPENING
(DISARMING) CODE
ADEMCO CLOSING
(ARMING) CODE
ADEMCO OPENING
(DISARMING) CODE
MASTER USER CODE1
74
82
R401 C000
E401 C000
RESTRICTED USER CODE #1
75
83
R401 C001
E401 C001
RESTRICTED USER CODE #2
76
84
R401 C002
E401 C002
RESTRICTED USER CODE #3
77
85
R401 C003
E401 C003
RESTRICTED USER CODE #4
78
86
R401 C004
E401 C004
RESTRICTED USER CODE #5
79
87
R401 C005
E401 C005
USER CODE
PAGE ALERT USER CODE
REMOTE ARM & QUICK ARM
REMOTE DISARM
(DIALS PAGE NUMBER ONLY, NO CODES REPORTED)
81
R407 C007
89
E407 C007
Opening & Closing Reporting Codes Table
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4 BY 2 FORMAT POINT ID REPORTING CODES
4 BY 2 FORMAT POINT ID ALARM REPORT CODES
✦ Refer to the 4 by 2 Format Point ID Reporting
Code table to view/edit the alarm reporting codes
for each of the 24 sensors. The communicator will
send these codes if Point ID is enabled and any
sensor triggers an alarm. The factory settings are
listed, along with a blank area to write in the new
installation values.
2 ABC
PROGRAMMING STEPS
#210 TO #233
PROGRAM
✦ Use program Steps #210 - 233 to change the 4 by 2
Point ID alarm reporting codes.
0 - 99 FOR SENSOR
ALARM CODE
(0 = NO REPORT)
✎ NOTE: Be careful not to duplicate codes unless the
Central Station requires specific codes for certain
types of sensors.
STORE PROGRAM
STEPS #210-233
Any value from 0-99 can be programmed for each
event using these steps (enter “0” to stop an event
from reporting).
4 BY 2 FORMAT POINT ID TROUBLE REPORT CODES
✦ Refer to the 4 by 2 Format Point ID Reporting Code
table to view/edit the trouble reporting codes for
each of the 24 sensors. The communicator will send
these codes if Point ID is enabled and any sensor
has a low battery or trouble condition. The factory
settings are listed, along with a blank area to write
in the new installation values.
✦ Use program Steps #234 - 257 to change the 4 by 2
Point ID trouble reporting codes.
✎ NOTE: Be careful not to duplicate codes unless the
Central Station requires specific codes for certain
types of sensors.
STEPS #234-257
Any value from 0-99 can be programmed for each
event using these steps (enter “0” to stop an event
from reporting).
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2 ABC
PROGRAMMING STEPS
#234 TO #257
PROGRAM
0 - 99 FOR SENSOR
TROUBLE CODE
(0 = NO REPORT)
STORE PROGRAM
4 BY 2 FORMAT POINT ID REPORTING CODES
STEP #
PROGRAMMING FUNCTION
POSSIBLE 4 BY 2 VALUES
FACTORY 4 BY 2 VALUE
210
SENSOR 1 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
11
211
SENSOR 2 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
12
212
SENSOR 3 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
13
213
SENSOR 4 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
14
214
SENSOR 5 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
15
215
SENSOR 6 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
16
216
SENSOR 7 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
17
217
SENSOR 8 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
18
218
SENSOR 9 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
19
219
SENSOR 10 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
20
220
SENSOR 11 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
21
221
SENSOR 12 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
22
222
SENSOR 13 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
23
223
SENSOR 14 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
24
224
SENSOR 15 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
25
225
SENSOR 16 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
26
226
SENSOR 17 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
27
227
SENSOR 18 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
28
228
SENSOR 19 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
29
229
SENSOR 20 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
30
230
SENSOR 21 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
31
231
SENSOR 22 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
32
232
SENSOR 23 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
33
233
SENSOR 24 ALARM REPORT CODE
0 - 99
34
234
SENSOR 1 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
41
235
SENSOR 2 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
42
236
SENSOR 3 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
43
237
SENSOR 4 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
44
238
SENSOR 5 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
45
239
SENSOR 6 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
46
240
SENSOR 7 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
47
241
SENSOR 8 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
48
242
SENSOR 9 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
49
243
SENSOR 10 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
50
244
SENSOR 11 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
51
245
SENSOR 12 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
52
246
SENSOR 13 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
53
247
SENSOR 14 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
54
248
SENSOR 15 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
55
249
SENSOR 16 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
56
250
SENSOR 17 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
57
251
SENSOR 18 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
58
252
SENSOR 19 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
59
253
SENSOR 20 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
60
254
SENSOR 21 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
61
255
SENSOR 22 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
62
256
SENSOR 23 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
63
257
SENSOR 24 TROUBLE REPORT CODE
0 - 99
64
INSTALLATION 4 BY 2 VALUE
4 by 2 Format Point ID Reporting Code Table
41
14. IMPORTANT INFORMATION
LINEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FIRE EVACUATION PLANNING
This Linear product is warranted against defects in material and
workmanship for twelve (12) months. This warranty extends only to
wholesale customers who buy direct from Linear or through Linear's
normal distribution channels. Linear does not warrant this product to
consumers. Consumers should inquire from their selling dealer as to the
nature of the dealer's warranty, if any. There are no obligations or liabilities
on the part of Linear LLC for consequential damages arising out of or
in connection with use or performance of this product or other indirect
damages with respect to loss of property, revenue, or profit, or cost
of removal, installation, or reinstallation. All implied warranties, including
implied warranties for merchantability and implied warranties for fitness, are
valid only until the warranty expires. This Linear LLC Warranty is in lieu of
all other warranties express or implied.
All products returned for warranty service require a Return Product
Authorization Number (RPA#). Contact Linear Technical Services at
1-800-421-1587 for an RPA# and other important details.
For systems that include fire protection, UL requires that the following
information be available to the users of the system.
WIRELESS PRODUCT NOTICE
Linear radio controls provide a reliable communications link and fill an
important need in portable wireless signaling. However, there are some
limitations which must be observed.
✶ For U.S. installations only: The radios are required to comply with
FCC Rules and Regulations as Part 15 devices. As such, they have
limited transmitter power and therefore limited range.
✶ A receiver cannot respond to more than one transmitted signal at a
time and may be blocked by radio signals that occur on or near their
operating frequencies, regardless of code settings.
✶ Changes or modifications to the device may void FCC compliance.
✶ Infrequently used radio links should be tested regularly to protect
against undetected interference or fault.
✶ A general knowledge of radio and its vagaries should be gained prior
to acting as a wholesale distributor or dealer, and these facts should
be communicated to the ultimate users.
FCC NOTICE
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed
and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has
been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing
device in accordance with Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are 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. If this equipment does cause interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
✶ Draw up a floor plan showing two exits for each room.
The following procedures are to be discussed with the family:
➀ Status of bedroom doors.
➁ Familiarity with alarm signals.
➂ Testing of door during a fire and use of alternate escape route if door
is hot to touch.
➃ Crawling and holding breath.
➄ Escape fast. No stopping for packing.
➅ Meet at designated outdoor spot.
➆ Emphasize that no one is to return to a burning house.
➇ Fire department notification from a neighbor's phone.
➈ Periodic rehearsal is to be conducted.
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICES
NOTICE: The ringer equivalence number (REN) assigned to each terminal
device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed
to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface
may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement
that the sum of the ringer equivalence numbers of all the devices does not
exceed 5.
NOTICE: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This
certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications
network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Department
does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to
be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection.
The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions
may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian
maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations
made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give
the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect
the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground
connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water
pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be
particulary important in rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves,
but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician,
as appropriate.
✶ Relocate the Console away from the TV/radio receiver.
✶ Plug the Console into a different wall outlet so that the Console is on
a different branch circuit.
✶ Re-orient the TV/radio antenna.
✶ If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
FCC TELEPHONE RULES AND REGULATIONS
The FCC requires that this alarm dialer system not make more than 15
repetitive dialing attempts to a single telephone number. There are no
limitations when the calls are made sequentially to two or more alternative
numbers, or when these calls are spaced 10 minutes apart to a single
number. The FCC Rules and Regulations do not specify the re-attempt
period as this can vary for specific applications. When setting this period,
take into consideration local, interstate, foreign and special network call
completion characteristics, network processing time, a sufficient number of
rings and busy/don't answer modes.
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