Myalarm | Radionics 9124 | Radionics 9124 - Central Lock Sonitec Security

Table of Contents
Introduction
Command Center Function Keys
Viewing System Events
Warning Displays and Tones
Fire Alarms
Silencing Fire Troubles
Detector Reset Key
Annunciator Reset Key
The Idle Display
How the System Reports Alarms
System Functions
View Memory
Fire Test
View Log
Remote Program
View Point Status
Display Rev
System Trouble Displays
Log Event Definitions
System Glossary
Maintenance and Service
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ALPHA NUMERIC DISPLAY
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FIRE
SYSTEM
ALARM SILENCE
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TROUBLE SILENCE
FUNCTION KEYS
DETECTOR RESET
ANNUNCIATOR RESET
ESC
PREV
Radionics
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NAVIGATION KEYS
SIREN/SPEAKER
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Introduction
Your system’s command center is an advanced digital device
that offers a variety of features. Its highly visible, back-lit
keypad and built-in sounder alert you to a number of system
events.
About This Users Guide
This users guide covers basic system features. It is designed to
be an everyday type of reference for system users. The
functions described in this guide are programmed by your
servicing company. Some of them may not be included in your
system.
Throughout this guide the # symbol refers to a variable
numerical quantity, such as the number of points to test.
Messages that appear in the command center display appear in
this guide LIKE THIS. Keys that you must press appear
LIKE THIS.
Using the Command Center
Your system provides access to functions through the Menu.
Access the Menu by pressing the ESC key. Pressing the
PREV or NEXT key allows you to scroll up or down through
the list of functions programmed by your servicing company.
Pressing the ENT key initiates the function displayed. To exit
the Menu, press the ESC key.
What is a Point?
A “point” is a detection device, or group of devices connected
to your system. Points display individually at the command
center with custom text. The text can describe a single smoke
detector, or an area such as FIRST FLOOR or LOBBY.
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Command Center Function Keys
Your command center has four function keys. These keys are
used to control your system.
ESC (Escape)
The ESC key has two functions. First, the ESC key is used to
enter the Menu. Pressing this key takes you to the first item in
the menu.
Second, pressing ESC will take you back to the idle display.
ENT (Enter)
The function of the ENT key is to select the menu item
displayed.
Command Center Quiets for Keystrokes
Pressing ESC, PREV, NEXT, or ENT lights the keys and
quiets any warning tones. If you don’t press another key
within 20 seconds, the keypad lights go out and the warning
tones resume.
PREV (Previous)
When viewing a list, pressing the PREV key will take you
back to the previously shown item.
NEXT
Press the NEXT key to view the next item in a menu or list.
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Viewing System Events
Your system will automatically display fire alarm events or
fire trouble events as they occur. Fire trouble events include
such things as a broken wire, or a closed sprinkler system
valve.
Warning Displays and Tones
Your command center emits one of several distinct tones and
displays custom text to alert you to system events. Additional
bells or horns may also be connected to your system. Audible
and visual devices, such as horns and strobes alert you to
emergencies.
Priority of Events
If more than one event occurs, your system sorts them into
one of three groups. The groups (highest priority first) are:
Fire Alarms, Fire Troubles, and Non-Fire Troubles.
The group with the highest priority scrolls first in the
command center’s display. Descriptions of the tones and
displays for each group and instructions for silencing the
tones are included in the descriptions that follow.
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Fire Alarms
Fire alarms are the highest priority events. When a fire point
activates, your command center emits a pulsating high-pitched
fire tone. Evacuate all occupants and investigate for smoke or
fire. The tone sounds for the time set by your servicing
company.
The command center display shows only the point text of the
first point that went into fire alarm. Pressing the NEXT key
will manually display additional points (if any) that went into
alarm. Events scroll from the oldest to the newest.
Alarm Silence Key
Press the ALARM SILENCE key to silence a fire alarm. After
pressing ALARM SILENCE, the system will briefly display
* FIRE SYSTEM * followed by ALARM SILENCED and
then the number of fire points in alarm (A1 ## FIRE ALARM)
in the area and then the custom text of all the points in alarm in
the order of occurrence. Your system may be programmed so
that you cannot silence some fire alarms until the fire event is
cleared. The example below illustrates the displays one would
see with two points in alarm in the area designated A1. See the
description of the Detector Reset key and the Annunciator
Reset key for more information.
* FIRE SYSTEM *
ALARM SILENCED
A1 2 FIRE ALARM
LOBBY SMOKE
1ST FLOOR
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Silencing Fire Troubles
After an alarm has been silenced, the device that caused the
alarm is usually still off-normal or activated. In the case of a
smoke detector, it must be reset by pressing the
DETECTOR RESET button (see page 8). An off-normal
device will create a fire trouble condition. Examples of
trouble conditions include such things as a closed valve or
broken wire. When a fire trouble occurs, your command
center emits three warble tones, then a pause (repeatedly).
The system displays the number of fire points with troubles
(A1 ## FIRE TRBLE) in an area and will then repeatedly
display the custom text for all the points in trouble in the
order of occurrence. The example on page 6 shows two fire
points with troubles in the area designated A1.
Special System Trouble Display
SERVC AC FAIL and SERVC BATT LOW are examples of
special system trouble displays. These displays appear on all
keypads in the system. These trouble displays begin with
SERVC. See System Trouble Displays for a description of each
system trouble display. Pressing the TROUBLE SILENCE
key will silence a system trouble tone, but the SERVC display
will not clear until the off-normal condition is corrected.
Trouble Silence Key
Pressing the TROUBLE SILENCE key silences a fire trouble.
If the fault condition is still present, the display will repeatedly
scroll from * FIRE SYSTEM * to FIRE TROUBLE. Manually
press the NEXT key repeatedly to display all of the devices that
are still off normal. When all devices return to normal, the
FIRE TROUBLE display will automatically clear. If you wish
to review cleared troubles, this can be done by pressing the
ESC key to enter the Menu and then pressing NEXT until
VIEW MEMORY ? is displayed. See the description of the
VIEW MEMORY ? function for more information. If the
display does not reset, contact your service company.
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Detector Reset Key
Description
Detection devices, such as smoke detectors, must be reset after
being activated. Pressing the DETECTOR RESET key
momentarily removes power from these sensors to reset them.
Detector Reset Key
After pressing this key, the display shows
SENSORS RESETING for approximately 3 seconds and then
goes blank before returning to the repeated displaying of
* FIRE SYSTEM * followed by ALARM SILENCED. This
function clears alarm point information from the display. The
ALARM SILENCED message continues to display as a
reminder that the VIEW MEMORY ? function can still be used
to view cleared point information. Pressing the
ANNUNCIATOR RESET key will clear both the View
Memory buffer and the ALARM SILENCED display. For more
information see the description of the View Memory function.
If the fault condition is still present, the display will repeatedly
scroll from * FIRE SYSTEM * to FIRE TROUBLE. Manually
press the NEXT key repeatedly to display all of the devices that
are still off-normal. When all devices return to normal, the
FIRE TROUBLE display will automatically clear. Check to be
certain that there is no smoke, fire, or other danger present.
If you still can’t reset the detector or sensor, contact your
servicing company.
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Annunciator Reset Key
Description
After the ALARM SILENCE, TROUBLE SILENCE and/or
DETECTOR RESET keys have been pressed, the cleared
keypad display information can still be retrieved with the
VIEW MEMORY ? menu function. Pressing the
ANNUNCIATOR RESET key will clear the
ALARM SILENCED message from the display and clear the
VIEW MEMORY ? buffer and return the display to idle text.
Thereafter the VIEW MEMORY ? function will display
NO EVENTS until another trouble or alarm occurs. Using
ANNUNCIATOR RESET has no effect on the VIEW LOG ?
function. See the VIEW MEMORY ? and VIEW LOG ?
functions for more information.
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The Idle Display
“At an idle state” means that the system is not currently performing a function entered by a user.
• PRESS ALARM SIL
Indicates that the ALARM SILENCE key needs to be pressed.
• * FIRE SYSTEM *
This is the normal idle display that indicates the system is normal and ready to
function.
• CHECK FIRE SYS
This is one of a number of displays that indicate the system requires service.
This guide uses the default idle state displays for examples of these idle states. Your service company may have programmed
custom text for the idle displays in your system.
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Keystroke Checking Tones
Valid Entry
If you press an appropriate key for the function or entry you
desire, the command center sounds a muted beep tone,
indicating it accepted your keystroke.
Invalid Entry
A flat buzz tone sounds when you press a key that doesn’t have
a function to execute or when the command center has no
information to display.
How the System Reports Alarms
Your system may be programmed to send reports
automatically to your monitoring facility. This communication
temporarily disconnects your telephones. Once the report is
completed, your system returns the telephones to normal
operation (check with your servicing company).
Your system makes repeated attempts to send reports to your
monitoring facility. In the event your system fails to
communicate, the command center buzzes and displays
SERVC COMM FAIL. Notify your servicing company of
the communications failure.
Note: If your telephone service is interrupted, your system
cannot send reports unless it has an alternate means of
transmitting them.
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System Functions
Below is a summary of the features covered in this guide. Some of these functions may not be available in your menu. Access the menu
by pressing the ESC key. The first menu item, ALARM SILENCE ?, is displayed. This function can be selected by pressing the ENT
key. Doing this has the same effect as pressing the ALARM SILENCE key.
Pressing the NEXT key when ALARM SILENCE ? is displayed will bring up the second menu item, which is TROUBLE SILENCE ?.
Pressing NEXT again displays the third item in the menu, DETECTOR RESET ?. Pressing NEXT once more displays the fourth menu
item, ANNUNCIATOR RESET ?. These menu items perform the same functions as the first four keys on the command center. Continue
pressing the NEXT key to access special menu items that may have been programmed into your system by your servicing company.
Pressing the ENT key while one of these items is displayed will perform that function. Each of these functions is described in the
following pages.
Menu Item
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ALARM SILENCE
TROUBLE SILENCE
DETECTOR RESET
ANNUNCIATOR RESET
VIEW MEMORY
FIRE TEST
VIEW LOG
REMOTE PROGRAM
DISPLAY REV
VIEW PT STATUS
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VIEW MEMORY?
View Event Memory
Description
Event memory allows you or a service technician to review
events after they are cleared from the command center’s display.
Use this function to view event memory.
Your system stores events that have occurred since the last time
ANNUNCIATOR RESET was pressed. Each time you press
the ANNUNCIATOR RESET key, the ALARM SILENCED
message will clear from the display and the Event Memory is
erased and new events are recorded as they occur.
Using View Memory:
1.
Press the ESC key to enter the menu, then press NEXT
repeatedly until you reach the VIEW MEMORY ?
prompt. Press ENT.
2.
Your system displays event summary lines and point text in
this order: fire alarm summary line, point text for each fire
alarm event; fire trouble summary line, point text for each
fire trouble event; trouble summary line, and point text for
each trouble event. Press NEXT to scroll through the events.
If there are no events to view, NO EVENTS displays.
3.
Return to idle text at any time by pressing ESC.
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FIRE TEST ?
Description
Use the Fire Test function to test fire points to be certain they
function properly. During the test, you walk from one point to
another and activate each one. This activity is called a Fire
Walk Test. You can review untested points at your command
center to help locate the remaining detectors to be tested.
When the Fire Test function starts, it will test the sounds
emitted during a fire alarm and activate the command center
sounder for 2 seconds. The AC will be disabled for 4 minutes
in order to test the system’s battery power. If the battery
cannot maintain the system for the 4 minute period, the
command center will appear to go dead. If the command
center appears to go dead, contact your servicing
company. At the end of the 4 minute period, AC is returned to
the system and the panel restores. A message will be sent to
your monitoring facility at the beginning and end of the Fire
Walk Test. During the Fire Walk Test, no alarms will be
sent to your monitoring facility. If there is no activity on the
system for 20 minutes, the system will automatically exit from
the Fire Test function.
Using Fire Test:
1.
Press the ESC key to enter the menu, then press NEXT
repeatedly until you reach the FIRE TEST ? prompt.
Press ENT.
2.
The display shows ## PTS TO TEST.
3.
One at a time, activate the detection devices at each
point.
4.
As you activate each point, your command center will
display the point text for 60 seconds and the bell will
sound for 2 seconds. This verifies that the detection
device is working properly. Your system automatically
resets smoke detectors.
When a resettable point (such as a smoke detector) is
activated, the display shows SENSOR RESETTING for 5
seconds. During this time power is removed from smoke
detectors.
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FIRE TEST ? continued
Activating a point more than once does not add to the test
count on the display. However, the command center emits
a brief tone and displays the point text each time you
activate the point, allowing you to test multiple devices
assigned to one point.
5.
When all points have been tested, O PTS TO TEST is
displayed. Press ESC. The display momentarily shows
ALL PTS TESTED before returning to idle text.
6.
During the Fire Walk Test you may want to see the points
that remain untested. Press the ESC key and
VIEW UNTESTED ? is displayed. Press ENT. The
display shows # PTS UNTESTED. Press NEXT to see a
list of the points that have not yet been tested. Move
through this list by pressing the NEXT key. To resume
the Fire Walk Test, press ESC. ## PTS TO TEST is
displayed.
Automatic time-out returns the system to idle text: If there is
no point or command center activity for 20 minutes, the fire
test ends automatically. The command center returns to idle
text.
Press ESC twice to leave the Fire Test mode.
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VIEW LOG ?
• To view the entire log from the newest event, press ENT.
Description
The date and time of the event will display. Press NEXT
to view the description of the event, or press PREV to
view the description of the prior event. Press PREV again
to view the date and time of the previous event.
Use this function to review events in your system at your
command center. Reviewing past events may help you
identify problems. Viewing events does not require any
additional equipment since the information is displayed at
your command center. The most recent 500 events are stored
in the panel’s memory in order of occurrence and tagged with
the date and time.
Continue to press PREV to view event descriptions and
the date and time of each event.
Note: When using the NEXT key to view the log, the
date and time of the event are displayed first, followed by
the description of the event. An event description may
take up 2 displays.
See the Log Event Definitions section for more information
regarding logged events.
Using View Log:
1. Press the ESC key to enter the Menu, then press NEXT
repeatedly until you reach the VIEW LOG ? prompt.
Press ENT.
2.
3.
Continue pressing NEXT to view the rest of the log.
When you reach the end of the log, END OF LOG
displays.
4.
Press ESC to return to idle text.
ENTER START DATE displays.
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REMOTE PROGRAM ?
For systems without a phone number:
1. Ensure your system is at idle text.
Description
2.
Call this phone number: _______________________.
This number is designated for the Remote Account
Manager. You must make the call using the telephone
located ____________________________________.
3.
Identify yourself and your premises (account number,
name, address, etc.) and advise the operator of the
services you wish to have performed.
You’ll notice that two sets of procedures are presented. Which
one you use will depend upon whether your system has a preprogrammed telephone number in its memory.
4.
Press the ESC key to enter the Menu, then press NEXT
repeatedly until you reach the REMOTE PROGRAM ?
prompt. Press ENT.
❐ My system has a phone number.
5.
The display shows RAM CONNECTING.
❐ My system does not have a phone number.
6.
The system will now disconnect telephones sharing its
telephone line during the remote programming session.
Hang up the telephone now.
7.
The display changes to SYSTEM PROGRAM.
Your servicing company can remotely program your system
using the telephone line to which your panel is connected.
Your servicing company may ask you to follow the steps
below to begin a remote programming session. The time it
takes to program the panel is dependent on the number of
changes made to the program.
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8.
At the conclusion of the programming session your system
sends a report to the monitoring company and then returns
your telephone to normal service and your display to idle
text.
For systems with a phone number:
1. Ensure your system is at idle text.
• If you want your system to call the RAM, press ENT
when the display shows CALL RAM ? The display
shows CALLING RAM momentarily as the panel dials
the RAM phone number in its memory. The display
changes to SYSTEM PROGRAM when it has connected
to RAM.
6.
2.
Call this phone number: _______________________.
This number is designated for the Remote Account
Manager.
3.
Identify yourself and your premises (account number,
name, address, etc.) and advise the operator of the services
you wish to have performed.
4.
Press the ESC key to enter the Menu, then press NEXT
repeatedly until you reach the REMOTE PROGRAM ?
prompt. Press ENT.
5.
The display shows CALL RAM ? Note: The central
station may direct you to press NEXT. When you do this,
ANSWER NOW displays. Press ENT and the system will
behave as described in steps 5 - 8 above.
At the conclusion of the programming session your
system sends a report to the monitoring company and
then returns your telephone to normal service and your
display to idle text.
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VIEW PT STATUS ?
• PT###_OPEN_HW which indicates that a HW point is
open.
Description
Use this function to identify the number or location of each
point in an area, and to show the current condition of any
point you select. This function is useful as an aid in servicing
the system.
• PT###_NORML_HW which indicates that a HW point is
normal.
• PT###_MISNG_HW which indicates that a HW point is
missing.
1.
Press the ESC key to enter the Menu. Press NEXT until
the VIEW PT STATUS ? function is displayed.
4.
Continue to press ENT to see the type and condition of
each point in the area.
2.
Press ENT. The display shows AREA X ## (where X =
the area number and ## = the number of points to view).
5.
Press ESC to return to idle text.
3.
Press ENT. The display shows PT ## XXXXX (where
XXXXX = the type of point). Press ENT again to see the
current condition of the point. The display will show one
of the following:
• PT###_SHORT_HW which indicates that a hard wire*
(HW) point is shorted.
*Hard wire points are connected to the panel by a wire. This is
distinct from systems having points communicating with the
panel by means of radio signals.
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DISPLAY REV ?
Description
This function displays the revision of firmware currently
installed in the panel.
1.
Press the ESC key to enter the Menu. Press NEXT until
the DISPLAY REV ? function is displayed.
2.
After a few seconds, the display returns to idle text.
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System Trouble Displays
If you see any of the system trouble displays shown below,
contact your servicing company to determine whether repairs
are needed.
CALL FOR SERVICE
Call your servicing company. Your system may have failed.
SERVC PANEL
Indicates a problem with the panel. The panel is not operating.
Call your servicing company for service.
SERVC PARAM
Indicates a problem with the panel. Your panel may not be
operating properly. Call your servicing company for service.
SERVC AC FAIL
Indicates that AC power to the system is interrupted. Check
the plug-in transformer and circuit breaker. Pressing
TROUBLE SILENCE silences the trouble buzz. The display
clears when AC power returns.
SERVC BATT LOW
Indicates the system’s battery is low, or temporarily draining
faster than the system can charge it. If this display remains or
appears frequently, call your servicing company.
SERVC BATT MSING
Indicates the system’s battery is disconnected or shorted.
SERVC COMM FAIL
Your system makes repeated attempts to communicate with
the monitoring facility. In the event your system fails to
communicate, the command center buzzes and displays
SERVC COMM FAIL. Notify your servicing company of
the communication trouble. This message may not appear in
some systems.
SERVC KEYPAD
Indicates that a command center, other than the one displaying
the message, is in a trouble condition. Notify your servicing
company.
SERVC PH LINE #1 (or 2)
Indicates telephone line trouble. Call your phone company
from another phone to report telephone trouble. This message
may not appear in some systems.
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SERVC PRINTER
Indicates that a local printer (if installed) at your premises is in
a trouble condition. Check to be sure the printer is powered
on, the paper is correctly is inserted, and the printer is
selected. Contact your servicing company if you have
questions or the display doesn’t clear. You system may not
include a local printer.
FIRE BYPASS
This display is scrolled when a fire point has been removed
from the system via the keypad using the Bypass a Point ?
function.
SERVC PT BUS #
Displays when a problem has occurred with one of the panel’s
circuits. Call your servicing company.
FIRST DISARM
Indicates that the function requested can only be performed
when the idle display shows * FIRE SYSTEM *. Press the
ALARM SILENCE key.
ALARM SILENCED
This display is added to the scrolling alarm display when
alarm sounders are silenced. This message clears when the
ANNUNCIATOR RESET key is pressed.
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Log Event Definitions
BYPASS - Point bypassed. An event modifier showing how the
point was bypassed follows this event in the log.
AC FAIL - AC power to the panel interrupted.
CANCEL - User canceled an alarm from the area specified.
AC RSTOR - AC power to the panel restored.
CKSUM FAIL - Panel programming corrupted. Call for service.
ALARM - Alarm at point in area specified.
AUTO - Event Modifier for BYPASS event. Indicates 4 alarms or
troubles in one clock hour caused automatic (swinger) bypass.
BAD CALL - System tried to call Remote Account Manager and
failed.
COMM FAIL - Panel could not communicate using phone line
reported.
COMM RSTOR - The communication problem with the phone
line indicated resolved.
DATE CHG - User changed panel’s date and/or time.
BATT LOW - Panel battery is below 11.7 VDC.
BATT MISS - Panel battery disconnected or discharged.
EXTRA PT - Incorrectly programmed point connected to
system.
BATT RSTOR - Panel battery recharged.
FIRE ALARM - Fire alarm at point in area specified.
BUS RSTOR - Data Expansion Loop for off-board points
restored.
FIRE END- Fire Walk Test ended.
FIRE RSTOR - Fire alarm at point specified restored.
BUS TRBLE - Data Expansion Loop for off-board points
faulted.
FIRE TRBLE - Trouble condition at point specified.
FIRE START - Fire Walk Test started.
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LOG FULL - Panel log is full, having logged 500 events. Newest
event overwrites oldest event.
LOG THRES - Panel log reached programmed threshold (Log %
Full).
PT TESTED - This point walk tested.
PWR RESET - Power was reset at specified time.
MISS FIRE - Fire point specified missing.
RAM FAIL - RAM programming session terminated
abnormally or RAM using incorrect passcode and/or lock
code.
MISS TRBLE - Point in area specified missing. Area disarmed.
RAM OK - RAM programming session terminated normally.
PARAM CHG - Panel programming changed.
REBOOT - Panel reset.
PHONE FAIL - Panel detected phone line specified as faulted.
RELAY SET - Relay set (activated). An event modifier showing
how the relay was set follows this event in the log.
PHONERESTOR - Phone line specified detected as restored
from faulted condition.
PROG - Event modifier for BYPASS, RELAY SET, and RELY
RESET events. Indicates function initiated from local
programmer.
PROG BAD - Attempt to access panel with a local programmer
failed.
PROG OK - Panel successfully programmed by a local
programmer.
RELY RESET - Relay reset (deactivated). An event modifier
showing how the relay was reset follows this event in the log.
REMO - Event modifier for BYPASS, RELAY SET, and RELY
RESET events. Indicates function initiated from RAM
(Remote Account Manager).
REMO RESET - Panel reset from RAM (Remote Account
Manager).
RESTORAL - Restoral at device in area specified.
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SDI FAIL - SDI (serial device interface) device specified is not
working. 1 - 8 = supervised command centers, 017, 018, 019 =
printers.
TEST RPT - Test report sent.
SDI RSTOR - The problem with SDI device specified is
resolved.
TROUBLE - Trouble condition at point specified.
TIME CHG - User changed panel’s time.
WALK END - Fire test in area specified completed.
SENSOR - Event modifier for SENS RESET event. Shows the
relay number activated for reset.
WALK STRT - Fire test initiated in specified area.
SENS RESET - User reset area sensor in area specified. An
event modifier showing the relay number activated for reset
follows this event.
WATCHDOG - Panel’s normal CPU operation interrupted and
restarted. Call for service if event occurs regularly or
frequently.
SKD CHG - User changed time for Sked specified to be
executed.
SKD XEQ - Sked executed.
SKED - Event modifier for BYPASS, RELAY SET, and RELY
RESET events. Indicates function initiated by a SKED
(scheduled event).
STAT RPT - Status report sent.
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System Glossary
Area - A group of detection devices connected to your alarm
system.
Monitoring Facility - A facility where trained personnel
monitor your system 24 hours a day. Your system may be
programmed to contact this facility during alarm
conditions, enabling personnel to dispatch the proper
authorities.
Menu - A list of functions programmed by your servicing
company.
Faulted Point - A device is activated, or the wiring associated
with a device is not working properly.
Point - A detection device, or group of devices connected to
your system. Points display individually at the command
center with custom text. The text can describe a single
smoke detector, or an area such as UPSTAIRS or
GARAGE.
Relay - Your system may have relays programmed to provide
control of devices such as premises lighting or entry
gates. Your servicing company programs relays for
automatic control and/or control from your command
center.
Trouble - A service condition that needs to be corrected, such
as a broken wire.
Idle Text - The system displays idle text at command centers
when it is not performing a user requested function. Idle
text shows the status of the system.
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Maintenance and Service
How to Clean the Command Center
This system requires very little maintenance, however, you
should test the system weekly to ensure it is working
properly. A test schedule and maintenance program can be
arranged. If you notice a change in operation during normal
use or testing, call for service as soon as possible. Do not
attempt to repair the control panel, command centers, or
detectors yourself.
If your command center gets dirty, apply a household glass
cleaner to a clean cloth or paper towel and wipe the surface.
Do not spray any liquid directly onto the command center. It
could run inside the case and damage electrical circuits.
YOUR ALARM COMPANY IS
CALL BEFORE TEST___________________
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