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Document Number: 466-1561 Rev. A
October 1998
battery-powered, wireless touchpad designed to
provide users a convenient option for the following system operations:
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ARM
Doors &
Windows
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ARM
Motion
Sensors
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DISARM
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Arm the system (doors, windows, and
motion sensors)
Arm the system with no entry delay
Disarm the system
Panic alarm
Access System Status
Turn system controlled lights on or off
Open the garage door or turn outside lights
on
Installation Guidelines
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Use the following guidelines when adding Remote Handheld Touchpads to the system:
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Installation
Instructions
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Product Summary
Programming
The Remote Handheld Touchpad enables you
to tum the SIMON ™ security system on and off
while in the home, tum lights controlled by the
system on and off (all or individual lights), or
tum on a system siren and call the central monitoring station if there is a non-medical emergency.
Control Panel Compatibility: SIMON
Remote Handheld Touchpads are learned
into the Control Panel as sensors.
They are generally programmed as nonsupervised sensors using sensor type 01, 03,
06 or 07, but may be programmed into a
supervised type.
Each learned Touchpad uses one of the 24
available sensor numbers.
Follow these instructions to program the touchpad:
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Installation Overview
General Information
The Remote Handheld Touchpad is an alkaline
Open the control panel cover.
Enter Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using the
red-numbered buttons.
Press Add from the Start Menu.
Press the SensorlRemote button from the
Main menu until you hear touchpad
remote.
Note: When adding sensors, if you wish to use a more
descriptive location you may press the option button to
use the compass directions (north, north east, east,
south east, south, south west, west, north west).
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6.
Press DONE.
Enter the sensor type number (01, 03, 06,
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or 07) , with the red-numbered buttons.
Note: If you wish to use a sensor number other than
the next available, enter a 2 digit sensor number with
the red numbered keys immediately after entering the
sensor type.
7.
Press and hold the 2 emergency buttons to
trip the sensor.
Testing Remote Handheld
Touchpads
Perform Sensor Test
The following steps describe the guidelines for
testing sensors.
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Open the Control Panel cover.
Enter the Utility Access Code 1 or 2 using
the red-numbered buttons.
Press the Test button once.
Press DONE.
Trip the sensor by pressing the 2 emergency buttons until the Control Panel indicates the number of RF packets received.
Note the number of siren beeps indicating
how many RF packets the Control Panel
received from the sensor. You should hear
7-8 beeps.
7.
twice quickly activates all lights controlled
by the system. Or when pressed once and
used with the Numeric Buttons can turn
specific lights on.
Off Lights Button - Pressing this button
twice quickly turns off all lights controlled
by the system. Or when pressed once and
used with the Numeric Buttons can turn
specific lights off.
Emergency Buttons - If learned in as sensor type 01-Intrusion, 03-Silent, 06 or 07Emergency, when pressed simultaneously,
will activate alarm reports to the central
station.
Specifications
Power source: 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
Typical battery life: 1 year
Operating temperature range: 10 0 to 120 0 F
Dimensions: L = 4.88" x W = 2.25" x H =.88"
FCC NOTICE
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This may not cause harmful interference.
2) This device must accept any interference that may be received, including interfer·
ence that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not express~ approved by Interactive Technologies, Inc. can
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Test Touchpad operation by pressing the buttons as described below:
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Numeric Buttons (0 - 9) - Used to enter an
access code or turn individual lights on or
off.
Disarm Button -The Control Panel is disarmed to levell. Doors, Windows, and
Motion Sensors are disarmed. Disarm also
requires the access code to be entered.
ARM Doors & Windows Button - The
Control Panel is armed to level 2.
ARM Motion Sensors Button - The Control Panel is armed to level 3. If the ARM
Doors & Windows button was previously
pressed, the Control Panel is armed to level
4 (DoorslWindows and Motion Sensors
armed).
On Lights Button - Pressing this button
INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
2266 SECOND STREET NORTH
NORTH SAINT PAUL. MN 55109
T: 651-777-2690
F: 651-779-4690
WIRELESS
Security
Automation
Access Control
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