supplement for D9412 and D7412

supplement for D9412 and D7412

Security

System

Owner’s Manual

S u p p l e m e n t

Introduction

This reference supplements the Security System Owner’s Manual (71-06633-000) with the Function List features for the D9412/D7412. The instructions for the commands listed in this reference are intended to replace those instructions in the Security System Owner’s Manual. Please refer to the Owner’s Manual for the operation of your new security system and its other basic Function List features.

NOTE: This supplement should be placed inside the Security System Owner’s Manual.

Access Level Control ............................................................... 3

Door Control Command 46 ...................................................... 5

Cycle Door ........................................................................... 5

Unlock Door ......................................................................... 6

Secure Door ........................................................................ 6

Delete User Command 53 ........................................................ 7

Add/Change User Command 56 .............................................. 9

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ACCESS LEVEL CONTROL

Description

Use this function to manually enable/disable access authority levels assigned to users. This function can be used to temporarily disable a user’s access level instead of deleting and adding the user.

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I have this feature.

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I do not have this feature.

Using Access Level Control

1. Ensure the display shows idle disarmed text.

2. Press the MENU key to enter the Function List, then press NEXT repeatedly until you reach the CHANGE

LEVEL CTL? prompt. Press ENT.

3. ACCESS LEVEL CTL is displayed to remind you that you are affecting the authority levels of cards/tokens and not passcodes. Press ENT.

4. ENTER LEVEL: is displayed. Enter the access authority level number and press ENT.

5. If the access level is currently disabled, LEVEL # ENABLE? is displayed. If the access level is currently enabled, LEVEL # DISABLE? is displayed. Press ENT to accept the choice. ENTER LEVEL: is displayed again. When you are finished, press ESC.

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DOOR CONTROL COMMAND 46

Description

There are three sub-functions within the door control function. They are CYCLE DOOR?, UNLOCK DOOR?, and

SECURE DOOR?.

CYCLE DOOR? momentarily unlocks a door to allow a person into an area. UNLOCK DOOR? unlocks a door to allow free access. SECURE DOOR? unlocks a door and prohibits access regardless of a user’s authority level.

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I have this feature.

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I do not have this feature.

Using Door Control?

1.

Ensure the display shows idle disarmed text.

2.

Press the COMMAND bar. The display shows SYSTEM COMMAND.

3.

Press 4 and 6.

NOTE: If you prefer, you may use the Function List in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function. Press the

MENU key to enter the Function List, then press NEXT repeatedly until you reach the DOOR CTRL? prompt. Press ENT.

4.

The first sub-function that will appear is CYCLE DOOR? You can cycle through the three sub-functions by pressing PREV and NEXT.

CYCLE DOOR?

5.

If you wish to momentarily unlock an access door to allow a person into an area, press ENT at the CYCLE

DOOR ? prompt.

6.

The display will read CYCLE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 if all doors are at a normal state and are available. If a door is not at a normal state, the number of the door would be replaced with a symbol indicated in the chart below:

Symbol Meaning

--

Door is not active, not in scope, or user does not

C have access level authority

Door is on timed door sequence

Strike and shunt are latched active (held open) U

X

F

Strike and shunt are deactivated (secured)

There is a problem with the door. Call your security company.

7.

Enter the number of the door you wish to cycle then press ENT. This door will be cycled and the display will change to reflect the new status of the doors.

For example, if you wanted to cycle Door 3, at the following prompt:

CYCLE DOOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

press 3, then ENT. The display will read:

CYCLE DOOR 1 2 C 4 5 6 7 8

This indicates that all doors are at a normal state, except for Door 3, which is cycled.

8.

Press ESC, to leave this subfunction, or enter another door number to cycle.

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UNLOCK DOOR?

9.

If you wish to unlock a door to allow free access, at the CYCLE DOOR? prompt, press NEXT to enter the

UNLOCK DOOR? subfunction.

10. The display will read UNLOCK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 if all doors are at a normal state and are available. If a door is not at a normal state, the number of the door will be replaced with a symbol indicated in the chart above.

11. Enter the number of the door you wish to unlock then press ENT. This door will be unlocked and the display will change to reflect the new status of the doors.

For example, if you wanted to unlock Door 4, at the following prompt:

UNLOCK DOOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

press 4 then ENT. The display will read:

UNLOCK DOOR 1 2 3 U 5 6 7 8

This indicates that all doors are at a normal state, except for Door 4, which is unlocked.

12. Press ESC to leave this subfunction, or enter another door number to unlock.

SECURE DOOR?

13. If you wish to secure a door to prohibit access to users regardless of their access authority level, at the CYCLE

DOOR? prompt, press PREV to enter the SECURE DOOR? subfunction.

14. The display will read SECURE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 if all doors are at a normal state and are available. If a door is not at a normal state, the number of the door will be replaced with a symbol indicated in the chart above.

15. Enter the number of the door you wish to secure then press ENT. This door will be secured and the display will change to reflect the new status of the doors.

For example, if you wanted to secure Door 5, at the following prompt:

SECURE DOOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Press 5 then ENT. The display will read:

SECURE DOOR 1 2 3 4 X 6 7 8

This indicates that all doors are at a normal state, except for Door 5, which is secured.

16. Press ESC to leave this subfunction, or enter another door number to unlock.

NOTE: Each of these subfunctions act as a toggle. To return a door to its normal state, follow the same procedure you used to change its state. For example, if Door 3 is secured and you wish to return it to its normal state, at the SECURE DOOR? prompt, enter 3 and press ENT. The door will no longer be secured and the X will be replaced with the number 3.

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DELETE USER?

COMMAND 53

Description

Use this function to delete a personal passcode from your system without assistance from your security company.

You need to know the user number for the passcode you want to delete..

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I have this feature.

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I do not have this feature.

Using DEL USER ?

1.

Ensure the display shows idle disarmed text.

2.

Press the COMMAND bar. The display shows SYSTEM COMMAND.

3.

Press 5 and 3.

NOTE: If you prefer, you may use the Function List in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function. Press the

MENU key to enter the Function List, then press NEXT repeatedly until you reach the DEL USER? prompt. Press ENT.

4.

The display shows DEL USER #. Key in the user number and press ENT. If you do not know the user number, press the NEXT key (go to step 6).

5.

USER ## (or user text, such as the name of the user, if this feature was programmed into your system by your security company) will be displayed allowing for confirmation. Press ENT. If this is not the user you wish to delete, press the NEXT or PREV key until the correct user name appears, then press the ENT key.

6.

The display will now read DELETE USER ##? Press ENT if you wish to have this user deleted, and USER

DELETED will be displayed. If the user number is not in the system, NOT IN USE will be displayed. If you made an error and do not wish to delete this user, press ESC.

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ADD/CHNG USER?

COMMAND 56

Description

Use this function to add or change a passcode/card without assistance from your security company. Before adding or changing a passcode/card, you will need to know which user numbers are available, the authority level you want to assign to the new user, and the areas in which the passcode/card will be valid.

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I have this feature.

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I do not have this feature.

Using Add User ?:

1.

Ensure the display shows idle disarmed text.

2.

Press the COMMAND bar. The display shows SYSTEM COMMAND.

3.

Press 5 and 6.

NOTE: You may also use the Function List in place of steps 2 and 3 to initiate this function. Press the MENU key to enter the Function List, then press NEXT until you reach the ADD/CHNG USER? prompt. Press ENT.

4.

The display shows ENTER USER #. Key in the user number and press ENT.

5.

The display shows USER # (or user text, such as the name of the user, if this feature was programmed into your system by your security company) to allow for confirmation. Press ENT if the correct user number (or user name) is displayed. Press ESC if not.

6.

ADD PASSCODE? is displayed (If the user number already exists, CHANGE PASSCODE? is displayed). Press

ENT. ENTER NEW CODE is displayed. Enter the new passcode followed by ENT. ENTER AGAIN is displayed. Enter the new passcode a second time for confirmation. Press ENT. The display will read

PASSCODE ADDED (or PASSCODE CHANGED if the user number was already in the system).

NOTE: The system will not accept a passcode that is within two digits of an existing passcode. This is to avoid conflicts with duress passcodes. For example, if passcode 123 is already programmed in the system, the system will not accept 121, 122, 124, or 125 as passcodes.

On Systems With Access Control...

7.

If your system includes access control features, such as card readers at doors, etc., the following prompt will be displayed: ADD CARD? (CHANGE CARD? will be displayed for users who already have cards.)

8.

If the user is to have card/token access to the building or area press ENT. PRESENT CARD will be displayed.

Present the card at the card reader and wait for the tone. If the card/token is read correctly, a tone will sound and the command center will display CARD ADDED (or CARD CHANGED if the user already had a card/token).

Press ENT.

9.

ADD LEVEL? (CHANGE LEVEL? If the user number already exists) is displayed. Press ENT.

10. VALID AREA 1? is displayed. If you wish this user number to be valid in Area 1, press ENT. If not, press

NEXT.

11. AUTH LEVEL is displayed. Assign the authority level you wish the user number to have for this area and press the ENT key. Be sure to record this information.

12. VALID AREA 2? is displayed. Enter the information as necessary for the areas in the scope of the command center by following steps 10 and 11 for each area (up to 8 areas). LEVEL ADDED (or LEVEL CHANGED) will be displayed when all area assignments have been made. Press ENT.

On Systems With Access Control...

13. SUB USER ID? is displayed. Press ENT. SUB USER #? is displayed. Enter 1, 2, or 3 for the desired Sub-User and press enter.

14. PRESENT CARD is displayed. Present the card/token at the reader and wait for the tone. After the tone is sounded the display will read CARD ADDED (or CARD CHANGED if the Sub User number already existed).

NOTE: At the end of each function, you can press ESC to return to the ENTER USER # prompt. Press ESC again to return to idle text.

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