Spectra 1727 : User Guide

Spectra 1727 : User Guide
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USER GUIDE
FOR SPECTRA 1727 SYSTEMS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 INTRODUCTION .................................. 3
2.0 BASIC OPERATION ............................ 4
2.1 Auditory Feedback .................................4
2.2 Keypad Indicator Lights .........................6
2.3 Zone Display† ........................................6
2.4 Alarm Memory Display ..........................6
3.0 PROGRAMMING ACCESS CODES .... 7
3.1 System Master Code .............................7
3.2 Programming Access Codes .................7
4.0 ARMING & DISARMING ...................... 9
4.1 Exit Delay ..............................................9
4.2 Disarming & Deactivating an Alarm .......9
4.3 Regular Arming .....................................10
4.4 Stay Arming ..........................................10
4.5 Force Arming ........................................11
4.6 Bypass Programming ...........................12
4.7 One-Touch Arming ...............................13
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5.0 ADDITIONAL FEATURES ................. 14
5.1 Programming Chime Zones ................. 14
5.2 Keypad Muting ..................................... 15
5.3 Panic Alarms ........................................ 15
5.4 PGM Button (Programmable Outputs) . 15
6.0 FIRE ALARMS .................................... 16
7.0 TESTING & MAINTENANCE .............. 18
8.0 SYSTEM CHECKLIST ........................ 19
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
Thank you for selecting the Spectra 1727 Security
System from Paradox Security Systems. The Spectra
1727 will give you peace of mind by providing simple and
reliable security protection. The Spectra System can also
realize your dreams of home automation. Consult your
installer to take full advantage of your Spectra system’s
capabilities.
This advanced technology security system provides you
with reliable protection and useful features that anyone
can use without memorizing complex and confusing
codes. The system consists of the Spectra Control
Panel, one Spectra Keypad and various devices such as
motion detectors, door contacts, sirens and lights.
The elegant and user-friendly Spectra 1686H and 1686V
LED Keypads allow you to easily access your security
system's functions and provide you with an easy-tounderstand display of your security system's alarm and
operational status. All the actions performed in your
security system will be executed and displayed through
the keypad. Therefore, before using your security
system, we highly recommend you read this manual
carefully and have your installer explain basic system
operation to you.
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2.0 BASIC OPERATION
Both the Spectra 1686H and 1686V LED Keypads
function and display information the same way. The
following sections provide you with an introduction to the
buttons and indicator lights on your keypad.
The installer must enable many of the system’s
features. If the feature is not programmed, the
keypad will emit a Rejection Beep and the
action will be cancelled. Refer to System
Checklist in section 8.0 for details.
2.1 AUDITORY FEEDBACK
When you enter information on the keypad, it will guide
you with beep tones that communicate acceptance or
rejection of your entries:
Confirmation Beep: When an operation (i.e. arming/
disarming) is successfully entered or when the system
switches to a new status/mode, the keypad emits an
intermittent beep (BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP).
Rejection Beep: When the system reverts to previous
status or when an operation is incorrectly entered, the
keypad emits a continuous beep tone (BEEEEEEEEP).
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Figure 2-1: Overview of the LED Keypad
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2.2 KEYPAD INDICATOR LIGHTS
All Spectra LED Keypads include coloured lights which
convey your system’s current status. As explained in
Figure 2-1 on page 5, the state of each light represents a
specific condition in your system.
2.3 ZONE DISPLAY
The numerical buttons on the 1686V/H Keypads are
designed to communicate the status of the zones in your
system. Each button corresponds to a zone in your
system. If a button’s light is off (extinguished), the
corresponding zone is closed. If a button’s light is on
(illuminated), the corresponding zone is open (i.e. open
door, movement detected, etc.).
2.4 ALARM MEMORY DISPLAY
If an alarm has occurred on a zone, the [MEM] button will
illuminate. All zones where alarms occurred will be
stored in the memory. After disarming the system, press
the [MEM] button to illuminate the buttons corresponding
to the zones that were in alarm (see section 2.3). To exit
the Alarm Memory Display, press the [CLEAR] button.
The system will erase the contents of the Alarm Memory
every time the system is armed.
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3.0 PROGRAMMING ACCESS CODES
Access Codes are personal identification numbers that
allow you to arm, disarm, and enter certain programming
modes. The Spectra 1727 security system supports the
following:
One System Master Code
Seven User Access Codes
For information on how each Access Code can arm or
disarm the system, refer to the table on page 9.
3.1 SYSTEM MASTER CODE
The System Master Code can arm or disarm the system
using any of the methods described in section 4.0 and
can create, modify or delete any User Access Code (see
section 3.2). (Default: 123456)
3.2 PROGRAMMING ACCESS CODES
Your system can use either 4- or 6-digit Access Codes
(see page 21), where each digit can be any value from 0
to 9. Six-digit codes are considered more difficult to
“crack” and, therefore, more secure. Avoid programming
simple or obvious access codes, such as your telephone
number, address or codes such as 1234.
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How Do I Program Access Codes?
1) Press [ENTER]
2) Enter the [SYSTEM MASTER CODE]
3) Enter the 2-digit [SECTION] (refer to the table on
page 9)
4) Enter a new 4- or 6-digit [ACCESS CODE]
[ENTER] flashes. Return to step 3 to program another code.
5) Press [CLEAR] to exit
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Force Arm
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Stay Arm
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Bypass Arm
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Can Disarm
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Regular Arm
[02] Master
Change Code
User Code
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4.0 ARMING & DISARMING
Take full advantage of your Spectra 1727 system by
familiarizing yourself with all the arming methods.
4.1 EXIT DELAY
Before arming, the system starts the Exit Delay to give
you enough time to exit the protected area. The READY
Light will flash during the Exit Delay and the keypad may
beep.
4.2 DISARMING & DEACTIVATING AN ALARM
To disarm an armed system or an alarm, enter your
access code. An entry point, like the front door, will be
programmed with an Entry Delay. When an entry point is
opened, your alarm system will not generate an alarm
until the Entry Delay elapses or you disarm the system.
Any code can disarm the system except User Code 7
(Regular Arm Only).
How Do I Deactivate an Alarm?
Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
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How Do I Disarm the System?
For a Stay Armed system, go to Step 2.
1) Enter through an entry point (i.e. front door).
2) Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
After the Confirmation Beep, the ARM Light will turn off.
4.3 REGULAR ARMING
This method, commonly used for day-to-day arming, will
arm all the zones in the system.
How Do I Regular Arm?
1) Close all zones in the system.
2) Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
When you have correctly armed the system, the Exit
Delay (see section 4.1) will start and the ARM Light will
turn on. Please note that you can Regular Arm by using
One-Touch Arming (see section 4.7).
4.4 STAY ARMING
This method allows you to remain in the protected area
while partially arming the system. Certain zones are
programmed as Stay Zones, which are bypassed when
Stay Arming. For example, when you go to sleep at
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night, doors and windows can be armed without arming
other zones like motion detectors.
How Do I Stay Arm?
1) Close all zones except Stay Zones.
2) Press the [STAY] button.
3) Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
When you have correctly Stay Armed the system, the
Exit Delay will start (see section 4.1). The ARM Light will
flash when the Exit Delay elapses. Also, you can Stay
Arm by using One-Touch Arming (see section 4.7).
4.5 FORCE ARMING
Force Arming allows you to arm the system without
waiting for all zones in the system to close. Certain
zones are programmed as Bypass Enabled Zones, which
are bypassed when Force Arming. When Force Arming,
a Bypass Enabled Zone is considered deactivated until it
closes. Once it closes, the zone is armed.
Force Arming is commonly used when a motion detector
is protecting the area occupied by a keypad. For
example, when you are in the path of a Bypass Enabled
motion detector, use Force Arming to arm the system.
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How Do I Force Arm?
1) Close all zones except Bypass Enabled Zones.
2) Press the [FORCE] button.
3) Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
When you have correctly Force Armed the system, the
Exit Delay will start (see section 4.1) and the ARM Light
will turn on.
4.6 BYPASS PROGRAMMING
Bypass Programming allows you to program the system
to ignore (deactivate) specified zones the next time the
system is armed. For example, you can bypass certain
zones when you are renovating. The Fire Zone and
zones that are not Bypass Enabled by your installer
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cannot be bypassed.
How do I Bypass Zones?
1) Press the [BYP] button.
2) Key in a valid [ACCESS CODE].
3) Press the button(s) corresponding to the zones that
you want to bypass. Illuminated buttons represent
bypassed zones. To unbypass a zone, press its
corresponding button to extinguish it.
4) Press [ENTER].
4.6.1 Bypass Recall
Bypass Recall allows you to bypass the same zones that
were bypassed previously at the touch of a button.
How do I use Bypass Recall?
1) Press the [BYP] button.
2) Key in a valid [ACCESS CODE].
3) Press the [BYP] button.
If desired, you can modify the entries by pressing the
button(s) corresponding to the zones that you want
to change.
4) Press [ENTER].
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4.7 ONE-TOUCH ARMING
One-Touch Arming allows you to arm the system without
using an access code. Your installer can program Onetouch Arming to either Regular or Stay Arm your system.
You can use this feature to allow specific individuals like
service personnel (i.e. cleaners) to arm without giving
them access to any other alarm system operations. For
details on Regular Arming, see section 4.3. For details
on Stay Arming, see section 4.4.
How do I use One-touch Arming?
Press and hold the [ENTER] button for 2 seconds.
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5.0 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Keypad Chimes and Muting must be reprogrammed if your system suffers a total power
loss.
When you press and hold the button (as
described in section 5.1 and section 5.2) and the
keypad emits a Confirmation Beep, the Chime
feature has been enabled for that zone or
Keypad Muting has been enabled for that
keypad. If the keypad emits a Rejection Beep,
these features have been disabled.
5.1 PROGRAMMING CHIME ZONES
This feature allows you to program which zones will be
Chime Enabled. A Chime Enabled zone will advise you
every time it is opened by causing your keypad to emit a
rapid intermittent beep tone (BEEP-BEEP-BEEP-BEEP).
Press and hold any button from [1] to [6] for 3 seconds
to activate or deactivate Chiming for zones 1 to 6 (also
see note above). For example, press and hold the [1]
button to enable Chiming on zone 1.
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5.2 KEYPAD MUTING
Press and hold the [CLEAR] button for 3 seconds to
enable or disable keypad muting (also see note on
page 16). When muted, the keypad will only emit the
Confirmation Beep, the Rejection Beep, and beep when
a button is pressed.
5.3 PANIC ALARMS
In case of emergency, the Spectra 1727 system can
provide a panic alarm that can immediately generate an
alarm after simultaneously pressing and holding the [1]
and [3] buttons for two seconds.
5.4 PGM BUTTON (PROGRAMMABLE OUTPUTS)
Your Spectra 1727 system may include one or two
programmable outputs (PGMs). When a specific event or
condition occurs in the system, the PGM can be used to
reset smoke detectors, activate light switches in your
home or office, open/close garage doors and more. A
PGM can also be programmed to activate whenever the
[PG] button is pressed.
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6.0 FIRE ALARMS
Upon a fire alarm, the bell/siren will squawk every 0.5
seconds until silenced or reset by entering a valid access
code.
What do I do if a Fire Zone was set off accidentally?
1) Enter your [ACCESS CODE].
2) Try to correct the problem.
3) If the problem persists, the alarm will sound again.
Enter the [ACCESS CODE] again.
Minimizing Fire Hazards
The three most common causes of fires:
• Cooking is the leading cause of home fires in the U.S
and the leading cause of fire injuries. Cooking fires
often result from unattended cooking and human error
rather than mechanical failure of stoves or ovens.
• Careless smoking is the leading cause of fire deaths.
Smoke detectors and smolder-resistant bedding and
upholstered furniture are significant fire deterrents.
• Heating is the second leading cause of residential
fires. However, heating fires are a larger problem in
single family homes than in apartments since the
heating systems in single family homes are often not
professionally maintained.
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Fire Safety Tips
• In the event of a fire, remember time is the biggest
enemy and every second counts! Escape first, then
call for help. Develop a home fire escape plan and
designate a meeting place outside. Make sure
everyone in the family knows two ways to escape
from every room. Practice feeling your way out with
your eyes closed. Never stand up in a fire, always
crawl under the smoke and try to keep your mouth
covered. Never return to a burning building for any
reason; it may cost you your life.
• Having at least one working smoke alarm dramatically
increases your chances of surviving a fire. Remember
to practice a home escape plan frequently with your
family.
Providing a Fire Warning System
Household fires are especially dangerous at night. Fires
produce smoke and deadly gases that can overcome
occupants while they sleep. To warn against fire, smoke
detectors should be installed outside each separate
sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedrooms
and on each additional story of the family living unit,
including basements.
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7.0 TESTING & MAINTENANCE
With the system disarmed and the READY light on,
activate motion detectors by walking in the protected
area. Open and close protected doors and verify that the
corresponding button illuminates. Do not use an open
flame or burning materials to test your fire detection
devices. Your installer can advise you of the best way to
test your particular system.
Under normal use, your system requires virtually no
maintenance other than regular testing. It is
recommended that the standby battery be changed
every three years. Speak to your installer about the
necessary tests and at what frequency they should be
performed.
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8.0 SYSTEM CHECKLIST
ZONES
Place a 3to indicate the enabled features.
Zone # and
Description
Bypass Stay
24Hr/
Fire
01:
02:
03:
04:
05:
06:
ACCESS CODES
For details see section 3.2.
4-Digit Codes N
6-Digit Codes N
ONE-TOUCH ARMING
Press and hold [ENTER] for two seconds.
N One-touch Arming is Regular Arming.
N One-touch Arming is Stay Arming.
PANIC ALARMS
Press [1] & [3] for 2 seconds N On NOff
Entry
Delay
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PGMS
PGM1:
___________________________________________
PGM2:
___________________________________________
SYSTEM TIMERS
Enter and exit your premises through the designated
doors.
Exit Delay: _______sec. (time to exit site)
Entry Delay: _______sec. (time to disarm before
alarm) enter through zone #___________
Alarm will activate siren or bell for ______ min.
OTHER INFORMATION
Installed by:__________________ Date:
____________
Serviced by:________________________________
Tel: ____________________
Alarm transformer location:
_______________________ on circuit
#:____________
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Warranty
For complete warranty information on this product please refer to the Limited
Warranty Statement found on the website www.paradox.com/terms. Your use of the
Paradox product signifies your acceptance of all warranty terms and conditions.
Limitations of Alarm Systems
We strongly advise that you review and take into consideration the “Limitations of
Alarm Systems” document available on our website at http://paradox.com/Terms/.
Warning for Connections to Non-Traditional Telephony (e.g.
VoIP)
Paradox alarm equipment was designed to work effectively around traditional
telephone systems. For those customers who are using a Paradox alarm panel
connected to a non-traditional telephone system, such as "Voice Over Internet
Protocol" (VoIP) that converts the voice signal from your telephone to a digital signal
traveling over the Internet, you should be aware that your alarm system may not
function as effectively as with traditional telephone systems.
For example, if your VoIP equipment has no battery back-up, during a power failure
your system's ability to transmit signals to the central station may be compromised.
Or, if your VoIP connection becomes disabled, your telephone line monitoring feature
may also be compromised. Other concerns would include, without limitation, Internet
connection failures which may be more frequent than regular telephone line outages.
We therefore strongly recommend that you discuss these and other limitations
involved with operating an alarm system on a VoIP or other non-traditional telephone
system with your installation company. They should be able to offer or recommend
measures to reduce the risks involved and give you a better understanding.
Warnings: Information to User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital
devices, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to equipment intermittently, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: (1) re orient or
relocate the receiving antenna; (2) increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver; (3) connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the one to
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which the receiver is connected, or (4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv
technician for assistance. CAUTION: The user is cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved by Paradox Security Systems could void the
user’s authority to operate/use the equipment.
Legal
© 2004-2007 Paradox Security Systems Ltd. All rights reserved. Specifications may
change without prior notice. One or more of the following US patents may apply:
7046142, 6215399, 6111256, 6104319, 5920259, 5886632, 5721542, 5287111,
5119069, 5077549 and RE39406. Canadian and international patents may also
apply. Spectra is a trademark or registered trademark of Paradox Security Systems
Ltd. or its affiliates in Canada, the United States and/or other countries.
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For technical support in Canada or the U.S., call 1-800-791-1919,
Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST. For technical
support outside Canada and the U.S., call 00-1-450-491-7444, Monday
to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST. Please feel free to visit our
website at www.paradox.com.
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